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					TO:            The Honorable Chair and Members of the Unified Personnel Board

FROM:          Dave Libby, Director of Personnel

SUBJECT:        Additions, Revisions, Deletions and OT Code Change of Class Specifications

DATE:          April 22, 2003

As part of the Personnel Department's ongoing project to revise the class specifications within the Pay &
Classification Plan, it is recommended that the following class specifications be revised to reflect current
duties and responsibilities. These changes are housekeeping in nature and do not affect the pay grade level of
the classifications.

                                              ADDITIONS
SPEC           OT
 NO.          CODE                               TITLE                                          PG
21898          C                Director, Justice Coordination/Consumer Protection              114
19092          C                CCC Training Manager                                            150
15052          C                Senior CVB Sales Representative                                 108

                                              REVISIONS
SPEC                OT
 NO.               CODE                          TITLE                                    PG
18830               C                     Business Analyst                                150
19240               C                     Staffing Coordinator                            150
21928               C                     Worknet Director                                115
15999               C                     Director, Risk Management                       111
12220               A                     Aluminum Inspector II                           42
12210               A                     Aluminum Inspector I                            39
09156               A                     Elections Specialist                            39
12010               A                     Plumbing Inspector I                            39

                                              DELETIONS
SPEC                OT
 NO.               CODE                          TITLE                                   PG
01449               C                     Director, Office Consumer Protection           113
21899               C                     Director, Justice Coordination                 113
17538               C                     Utilities Contracts Manager                    110

                                       OT CODE CHANGE ONLY
SPEC                OT                                                                      OT
 NO.               CODE                    TITLE                               PG          CODE
11316               A             Administrative Support Supervisor            41           B
        DIRECTOR, JUSTICE COORDINATION/CONSUMER PROTECTION                                  21898
                                                                                            EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is highly responsible professional, technical and supervisory work providing planning,
research and evaluation services to the Pinellas County Criminal Justice Community as well as
directing a staff engaged in investigating and enforcing regulations related to consumer protection.
    Work involves directing and developing the design and implementation of justice related
programs involving law enforcement, the prosecutor, defense counsel, the jail, the judiciary, and
correctional and ancillary services. Responsibilities include providing staff support to the Pinellas
County Criminal Justice Community, providing for the development of the Comprehensive Justice
Master Plan, serving as program administrator for justice related federal grant funds and related
county contracts, and consulting with officials of various governmental and private agencies in
criminal justice programs. Significant direct contact with county citizenry, the business community,
Offices of the States Attorney, Sheriff, County Attorney and various State, Federal and Local Law
Enforcement Agencies is required.
    Work is performed under the administrative direction and supervision of an Assistant County
Administrator, but considerable independent judgment is exercised in carrying out the daily
operations of the department.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Coordinates the regular meetings of state, local and regional justice officials and serves as chief
of staff of inter-agency program development.
    Plans, directs, and supervises the activities of a staff engaged in providing protection for
Pinellas County consumers in the marketplace and the business community against economic losses
resulting from unethical or illegal business practices.
    Develops special justice related programs involving to cross jurisdictional operations and
coordinates the development of these projects utilizing an assigned group of agency planners,
command staff, and support services professionals.
    Develops the evaluation design for existing programs and new programs.
    Meets on a regular basis with officials from the justice system, the mental health system, and the
community support services involved with the justice system in the county and assess the level of
service needed and provided.
    Serves as chief liaison with law enforcement for all requests for assistance from the county,
including protective services for threats to county employees, all internal investigations resulting
from law enforcement action, all threats posed to any county elected officer, and any other unusual
circumstances that require law enforcement coordination.
    Serves as Executive Director for the Pinellas County Substance Abuse Advisory Board and
directs all staff related activities involving the Federal Anti-Crime formula grant program.
    Serves as the justice liaison officer within the County Emergency Operations Plan.
    Investigates consumer complaints; coordinates investigative work with that of other
governmental agencies.
    Provides assistance for the resolution of consumer/business disputes.
    Provides analytical studies and recommends new, or modifications to, county or state
regulations.
DIRECTOR, JUSTICE COORDINATION/CONSUMER PROTECTION                                          21898
(continued)                                                                                 EXEMPT


ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS          (continued)

    Promotes consumer protection education via news media, local organizations and schools;
attends and/or conducts meetings of aggrieved consumers.
    Conducts Mediation/Informal Hearings between the consumer and business to reconcile
differences and to preclude unnecessary legal action.
    Performs related work as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of the Florida Criminal Justice System and the Federal Penal Code.
    Knowledge of the organization and function of various state, county, and local agencies
that interact with the justice system, including health services, mental health services,
and emergency management.
    Knowledge of the operation, methods and management of consumer protection
administration.
    Knowledge of electronic data processing equipment systems and programming.
    Knowledge of local, state and federal policies, rules, regulations and standards
pertaining to the criminal justice system.
    Skill in developing alternative strategies for program implementation and presenting
such alternatives in a clear and concise manner.
    Skill in interpersonal communication and the ability to manage both in pro-active
setting and in crisis situations.
    Ability to interpret laws, rules, ands regulations and to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with other governmental units, private agencies and the general
public.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Degree in Public or Business
Administration, Criminology or other related social science field and five (5) years of experience in
the criminal justice system; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
    A Master’s Degree in Criminology, Courts Administration, Police Administration or Urban or
Regional Planning may be substituted for one year of experience.




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                                                                                  21898
                                   CCC TRAINING MANAGER                                  19092
                                                                                         EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

   This is professional administrative work involving the training of a large number of employees
involved in all aspects of the work of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
   Responsibilities include developing, planning, scheduling, coordinating and
supervising/conducting specialized training programs for all divisions of the Clerk’s Office. The
Training Manager is responsible for other specialized projects assigned.
   Work requires exercising independent judgment in assessing the training needs of the employees
and the suggestion of recommended courses of action. Duties are performed under the general
supervision of the Chief Deputy Director of the Court and Operational Services Division.
   Work is reviewed by periodic conferences, reports, discussions and observations of results
obtained.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Develops and implements employee training programs, both orientation and continuing work
related educational programs.
    Researches and develops training materials such as visual aids, pamphlets, charts, PowerPoint,
templates, and other computer-related training tools.
    Works cooperatively with department managers in developing and implementing training
programs.
    Supervises the development of departmental reference manuals and specialized manuals.
    Researches and interprets new laws for development and training of new procedures.
    Prepares reports and other statistical data.
    Assumes other special projects and responsibilities as required by managers or directors in
support of the total Clerk's Office.
    Performs related work as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of pertinent laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures of the various
departments of the Clerk’s Office.
    Knowledge of computer systems and automated initiatives in the various departments of the
Clerk’s Office.
    Knowledge of the principles, practices, methods and procedures of employee training and
development; and ability in developing training programs essential to the needs of the Clerk’s
Office.
    Ability to organize and present course materials in an effective manner.
    Ability to lead, teach and motivate.
    Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing.
    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental managers,
judiciary and others as necessitated.
    Ability to interpret and compile statistical reports.
CCC TRAINING MANAGER              (continued)                                            19092
                                                                                         EXEMPT


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

   Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in
Public Administration, Business Administration or related field and two (2) years experience in the
Office of Clerk of the Circuit Court in an instructional capacity or supervisory position; or an
equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.




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                                                                              Doc ID: 19092
                            SENIOR CVB SALES REPRESENTATIVE                               15052
                                                                                          EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is specialized sales work with duties to sell Pinellas County with the express purpose of
increasing tours, travel, and convention sales within Pinellas County.
    This is a very important management position that directs and conducts sales activities to the
meetings and conventions segment of the travel industry. Position includes assisting in the
development and implementation of the annual meetings and conventions sales plan and budget
which will successfully promote tourism to Pinellas County with both association and corporate
meeting planners and local business leaders.
    An employee in this position will also sell this destination to the assigned state, regional and
national accounts with the expressed purpose of increasing the meetings and conventions business to
Pinellas County. The incumbent will also recommend to the Convention Sales Manager any ideas
that will improve the convention sales and marketing effort.
    Work is performed under the general supervision of the Sales Director with considerable latitude
for independent judgment and initiative. It is reviewed by observation and results achieved, periodic
conferences and reports.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Assists and mentors the CVB Sales Manager in the direction of the Meetings & Conventions
Department to ensure the success of all projected goals as outlined in the annual marketing plan.
Acts as a mentor to the CVB Convention Sales Manager in developing the annual sales plan and
budget; provide guidance on industry trends issues and challenges.
    Manages the Meetings & Conventions Advisory Committee that is made up of well-known
meeting planners from across the country. Plans their annual meeting and coordinate this event
with the local industry.
    Assists in the ongoing development of the department goals as well as individual sales goals that
are now being used in the performance evaluation process
    Acts as the CVB’s liaison with Visit Florida and its meetings and conventions sales efforts.
Coordinates with the CVB Advertising Manager to insure that the meetings and conventions
collateral materials are accurate and current; develop new facility pages such as Eckerd College,
bed & breakfast section and other special sections as needed.
    Responsible for geographic territory within the United States, either Midwest, Southern and
Florida Associations, or Washington DC and Florida corporate.
    Staff various meetings market shows throughout the year.
    Leads and attends selected meetings market sales missions to key cities.
    Develops prospect for clients using various lead development resources.
    Conducts telephone sales with prospect and client lists.
    Acts as host during meeting planner familiarization tours.
    Conducts site inspections for visiting meeting planners.
    Conducts follow-up with prospects and appropriate local industry representatives.
    Issues sale leads to appropriate local industry representatives.
    Establishes good working relationships with public convention facility staff and local industry.
    Develops and manages customer database.
    Represents Convention Sales Director when appropriate with industry committees, CVB board
and others.
    Performs other duties as assigned by Convention Sales Manager or CVB Director.
SENIOR CVB SALES REPRESENTATIVE                    (continued)                               15052
                                                                                             EXEMPT


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge and ability to step in for CVB Sales Manager where necessary and appropriate.
    Knowledge of the convention and meetings industry, the major components of the industry and
the competition.
    Knowledge of the Pinellas County convention and meetings product.
    Knowledge of word processing and data base management systems.
    Ability to organize and communicate effectively.
    Ability to travel.
    Ability to work evenings and holidays as required by travel and sales schedules.
    Ability to be self motivated and goal oriented.
    Ability to deal with a variety of people and cultures and to have the highest level of sales skills
and integrity.
    Ability to understand the organization and department goals and objectives.
    Ability to develop timely submittal of sales and expense reports.
    Ability to write proposals that showcase the destination in the best possible light.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in
business or hospitality management areas, or graduation with an accredited associates degree with
additional industry experience and five (5) years in sales and/or management positions within the
travel industry with special emphasis in meetings and conventions.




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                                                                                    Doc Id: 15052
                                      BUSINESS ANALYST                                   18830
                                                                                         EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is responsible professional, technical and administrative work involving systems,
operations and/or work and workflow research.
    An employee in this class is responsible for analyzing work and workflows, recommending and
evaluating technical solutions to problems and implementing, supporting and documenting technical
and business systems. Additional duties may include some network administration, user training
and documentation preparation. Work requires exercising independent judgment and the ability to
deliver creative solutions to problems.
    Work is performed under direction of the Clerk’s Technology Officer and is reviewed by
observation of results achieved, periodic conferences and reports.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Creates or assists in creating required documents and other such materials relating to new
systems or reworking existing systems.
    Coordinates and participates in problem resolution, particularly when the problem involves
mission-critical areas.
    Performs system research, logic designs and programming; prepares system flow diagrams;
develops record layouts; designs forms and specifications; develops system procedures; prepares
computer programs; designs system enhancements.
    Assists in new system evaluation, planning, deployment and support.
    Creates and maintains user accounts, and assigns applications to users, while being mindful of
and informing management of licensing requirements for the software requested.
    Plans and assists in implementation and enforcement of applicable security policies.
Documents and reports violations of same.
    Acts as technical coordinator for large projects, which may involve computer system hardware
and networking equipment. Performs as liaison to other county agencies as necessary.
    Prepares and justifies recommendations for new systems and procedures, or changes existing
systems and procedures.
    Monitors system and user performance and recommends changes to improve efficiency.
    Defines, analyzes and documents workflow.
    Performs related work as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

   Knowledge of office automation, data processing equipment, internet usage and e-business
practices and principles.
   Knowledge of public administration practices and principles.
   Knowledge of analysis and research techniques, methods and procedures.
   Knowledge of software licensing issues and compliance measuring and tracking technologies.
   Knowledge of software development principles and techniques.
   Knowledge of LAN, WAN and internet networking technologies.
   Skill in hardware/software diagnostic procedures.
   Ability to prepare clear and comprehensive reports, recommendations and proposals, verbally
and in writing.
BUSINESS ANALYST           (continued)                                                  18830
                                                                                        EXEMPT


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES                (continued)

   Ability to work independently on complex tasks, analyze and solve administrative problems and
render advice or assistance on them.
   Ability to communicate with and train non-technical users.
   Ability to coordinate efforts among multiple departments to solve problems.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Administration, Computer Science or related fields and two (2) years’ experience in the analysis,
design and formulation of business systems, including one year experience in automating manual or
outdated electronic systems; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.




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                                                                                    Doc Id: 18830
                                    STAFFING COORDINATOR                                   19240
                                                                                           EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is advanced level professional work in the development and implementation of a variety of
personnel management functions.
    Employees in this class perform technical and administrative tasks relating to the development
and maintenance of the staffing of the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court and is responsible for
screening and initial interviewing of applicants and is liaison with the Personnel Department, Office
of Human Rights, and departmental supervisors in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    Work is performed under direction of the Administrative Assistant/Office Manager and is
reviewed by observation of results achieved, periodic conferences and reports.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Reviews applications and determines which applicants meet minimum standards/qualifications
for employment.
    Contacts qualified applicants by mail or by telephone to schedule interviews.
    Conducts personal interviews with selected applicants for employment in the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court.
    Counsels applicants who fail to meet departmental standards.
    Conducts recruitment at colleges, universities, technical schools, vocational schools, high
schools and in the general community for positions within the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
    Makes presentations to organizations and agencies relative to employment opportunities in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    Informs and counsels employees on promotion and transfer possibilities within the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    Acts as liaison with the Personnel Department to obtain registers, applications, and schedule
examinations.
    Acts as liaison with the Office of Human Rights to coordinate the affirmative action program
for the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    Acts as liaison with department supervisors in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court to
determine staffing needs, project vacancies and set interviews.
    Maintains files and records and completes records of correspondence and other materials dealing
with applicants and interviews.
    Initiates and carries through to completion special projects as directed by the Clerk of the
Circuit Court or the Chief Deputy.
    Performs related work as assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

   Knowledge of the standard principles, practices, methods and techniques of public personnel
administration.
   Knowledge of the terminology, job content and qualification requirements for the positions
within the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
   Knowledge of the principles of management, psychology, education and career development.
STAFFING COORDINATOR              (continued)                                            19240
                                                                                         EXEMPT


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES                 (continued)

   Knowledge of concepts and methods of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action.
   Knowledge of recruiting principles, practices and techniques.
   Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
   Ability to understand and follow complex oral and written instructions.
   Ability to analyze facts, maintain records, prepare reports and exercise sound judgment.
   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the
public, supervise a staff and coordinate their efforts.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

   Graduation from an accredited four (4) year college or university and two (2) years of
professional experience in personnel management/administration or a related field; or an equivalent
combination of education, training and/or experience.




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                                                                                  Doc Id: 19240
                                       WORKNET DIRECTOR                                    21928
                                                                                           EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is advanced professional and administrative work promoting Workforce Programs in
Pinellas County to create high quality employment opportunities for clients and secure and maintain
a skilled employee base for business.
    An employee in this class will serve as a contact point for the workforce development agencies
to pursue state and federal funding and coordinate short and long term strategies to meet the
objectives of the WorkNet Board and County's workplan. This position will spend significant time
developing community and professional relationships with workforce representatives, boards,
committees, legislative delegations, and businesses. Work is performed with considerable
independence within the scope of assigned goals and objectives.
    The position reports to an Assistant County Administrator and the WorkNet Pinellas Board of
Directors. Work is reviewed through conferences outlining desired objectives, observations of
results achieved, periodic reports and performance standards established by the State and the
County Administrator.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Coordinates with local, state and federal workforce agencies, local municipalities, community
development agencies, businesses and other groups to identify workforce development projects to
enhance and increase economic development in Pinellas County.
    Coordinates/facilitates long and short term studies, prepares reports and determines regulatory
conformance of economic development and workforce proposals.
    Confers with governmental officials to effect changes in local and state policies or ordinances to
encourage effective job development, incentives and partnerships.
    Coordinates activities such as research, analysis, and evaluation of technical information to
determine feasibility and economic impact of proposed job expansions and development.
    Coordinates with county-wide and local economic development agencies and supports their
business recruitment and retention initiatives.
    Identifies and applies for appropriate state, federal public/private funding for economic and
workforce development projects.
    Facilitates cooperation between local service agencies, educators and businesses to promote
workforce programs and economic development for mutual benefit.
    Promotes cooperation among local agencies to reduce overlap and duplication of efforts and
share resources to enhance workforce development efforts.
    Presents reports to the Pinellas WorkNet Board, Florida Workforce Board, Board of County
Commissioners, County Administration, and governmental agencies on progress of WorkNet
projects; recommends changes to the WorkNet master plan.
    Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

   Knowledge of federal and state workforce legislation and grant funding.
   Knowledge of recent developments, current literature and sources of information regarding
workforce development, economic development, employment training, job development programs
and adult education, training and services.
WORKNET DIRECTOR             (continued)                                                 21928
                                                                                         EXEMPT


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES            (continued)

   Knowledge of contract management and negotiations.
   Knowledge of economics and finance as it applies to economic development.
   Knowledge of research techniques and labor market statistics.
   Knowledge of public administration with particular reference to county and municipal
administration and budgeting.
   Skill at negotiating and managing multiple priorities and interests with diplomacy and tact.
   Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
   Ability to analyze facts and exercise sound judgment in decision making.
   Ability to effectively manage a large staff and delegate responsibility for optimum results.
   Ability to work with boards, committees, and public and private organizations.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Administration, Public Administration, Human Resources or closely related field and five (5) years
of experience in a high level leadership capacity with workforce or closely related area with large
governmental or private sector organizations; or an equivalent combination of education, training
and/or experience.




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                                                                              Doc Id: 21928
                                DIRECTOR, RISK MANAGEMENT                                 15999
                                                                                          EXEMPT


NATURE OF WORK

    This is highly responsible professional, managerial, administrative and technical work in
directing the operations of the Department of Risk Management.
    Work involves responsibility for planning, directing, managing and coordinating countywide
loss control, insurance, claims administration, safety, accident prevention, risk evaluation and
forecasting, risk management information system, and financial management of the Risk Financing
Fund subject to the ordinances of the Board of County Commissioners and the applicable laws of
Florida. Work also involves improving overall organizational communication and team
development throughout countywide system of Risk Management.
    Work is performed under the general supervision of an Assistant County Administrator, with
considerable independent judgment and initiative exercised in carrying out long and short-range
planning and the daily operations of the department, and is reviewed through periodic reports and
conferences and evaluation of results.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Plans, organizes, supervises and coordinates a comprehensive insurance management, accident
prevention and county-wide loss control program.
    Supervises and coordinates the acceptance, processing, investigation and evaluation of liability
claims.
    Develops, implements and coordinates an extensive insurance management program including
insurance program planning, analysis and evaluation.
    Acts as an advisor and consultant to County Administrator's Office, BCC, Constitutional
Officers, department directors, managers, and supervisors on loss control, insurance, self-insurance,
contract administration, ad claims administration, including both pure and speculative risk.
    Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with County Attorneys on contracts,
claims and related legal matters.
    Confers and corresponds with insurance representatives concerning insurance program
development and assists contractors to meet specifications.
    Prepares the Risk Management Department Budget, and annual assessments to all departments
for Budget Instruction Manual.
    Reviews and approves all payments made by the county for damage and injury claims.
    Prepares or supervises preparation of comprehensive detailed specifications for a countywide
insurance program.
    Establishes and maintains relationships with representatives of other governmental entities,
businesses and citizens relative to interlocal agreements, contracts, leases, joint use agreements,
claims and shared risk management procedures.
    Participates in decision-making processes involving proposed new programs, procedures and
public policy of a speculative nature.
    Performs necessary duties as the County’s Emergency Medical Services compliance officer.
    Plans and supervises development of data base for effective risk management information
system.
    Performs related work as required.
DIRECTOR, RISK MANAGEMENT                 (continued)                                     15999
                                                                                          EXEMPT


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of the principles and practices of the avoidance, reduction, retention and transfer of
risk as it relates to a large full-service government jurisdiction with geographically dispersed
facilities and operations.
    Knowledge of all fields of insurance including surplus, excess, pro forma and manuscript policy
markets as well as the detailed aspects of insurance and self-insurance management.
    Knowledge of OCIP (owner-controlled insurance program) WRAP plans for implementation
and coordination of claims.
    Knowledge of the HIPPA Act and general overview of its effects on risk management.
    Knowledge of recent developments and source of information in the field of Risk Management.
    Knowledge of engineering, medical procedures, law, public management, investigative
procedures, economics and financial management.
    Knowledge of the insurance laws of the State of Florida.
    Ability to analyze, classify and rate risks, exposures and loss expectancies, and effectively
associate these with insurance policy provisions.
    Ability to plan and coordinate the work of a subordinate staff engaged in loss control, safety,
claims administration and risk management activities.
    Ability to supervise the maintenance of a variety of records and the preparation and presentation
of routine and special reports.
    Ability to present programs and ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
    Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, superiors,
governmental officials and the public.
    Ability to work effectively with representatives of insurance industry, contractors, architects,
engineers, developers, service providers, etc.
    Ability to prepare and present claims settlement recommendations to the County Claims
Committee.
    Ability to develop effective alternatives to meet changing needs of county and available markets
through initiative and innovation in a the field of Risk Management.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in risk
management, insurance, law, business administration, or public administration; and five (5) years
of responsible work in the field of risk reduction, retention, and/or transfer, financial
administration, general or public management. Graduate study in the field of risk management, law
or public administration may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to two (2) years of the
desired experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
    A Masters of Business Administration or Masters of Public Administration is preferred.




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                                                                               Doc Id: 15999
                                   ALUMINUM INSPECTOR II                                   12220


NATURE OF WORK

    This is journeyman level technical work inspecting aluminum work and structural installations.
    An employee in this class inspects and tests installations for adherence to approved plans and
specifications, for compliance with county aluminum codes and regulations, and to protect the
public against hazards caused by defective materials and workmanship in aluminum construction.
Duties require skilled technical examinations and the application of standard trade practices to
building inspections. Employees work in the field as assigned throughout the unincorporated areas
of the county and are supervised, as the occasion requires.
    All work is subject to review by a superior through written and verbal reports and occasional
reinspections.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Makes technical inspection of the installation of new aluminum construction and structural
installations or the modification of existing aluminum construction.
    Checks each project for defects, omissions, violations, and other departures from correct
procedure and county aluminum codes.
    Prepares and issues notice of non-compliance where work is not correct and direct it to the
attention of the Chief Building Inspector.
    Inspects all work upon completion and signs permit giving final approval for the County that the
work is safe for life and property.
    Conducts field inspections of signs erected for compliance with aluminum codes.
    Checks applications, plans and specifications submitted for building permits for compliance
with existing codes and standards, discusses any necessary modifications with contractor or owner
as required.
    Makes routine and periodic patrols and inspections of area assigned to check for violations and
hazardous conditions.
    Investigates complaints of defective aluminum installations reported as safety hazards; makes
reinspection as directed; reports violations.
    Performs tests on equipment and materials as directed.
    Assists in the initial training of lower level Aluminum Inspectors.
    May perform data entry and retrieval functions in researching violations and scheduling
inspections.
    Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of the methods and materials involved in building construction and of standard
building testing devices.
    Knowledge of possible defects and faults in construction or hazardous conditions and of
effective corrective measures.
    Knowledge of the regulations governing building construction in the unincorporated areas of the
county.
    Ability to read and interpret building construction plans and specifications, and to recognize
deviations from such plans in the construction process.
ALUMINUM INSPECTOR II              (continued)                                                12220


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES              (continued)

   Ability to diagnose defects and hazards in old and new building constructions and enforce
specifications and regulations firmly, tactfully and impartially.
   Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
   Ability to keep records and to prepare and submit reports.
   Ability to secure a Building Contractor's Certificate of Competency.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

    Graduation from high school or vocational school, or possession of a G.E.D. Certificate, and
five (5) years of experience as a trades foreman, contractor or at a similar supervisory level or three
(3) years as a aluminum inspector or similar job in a Building Inspection Department; and
possession of a valid certification as an Aluminum or Building Inspector as prescribed by the
SBCCI; or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
    Must possess a valid Florida State Driver's License.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT

   Must possess a valid certificate as a Building Inspector as prescribed by the State of Florida SS
468 and maintain the required continuing education as required by the state.




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                                                                                  Doc Id: 12220
                                    ALUMINUM INSPECTOR I                                   12210


NATURE OF WORK

    This is entry level technical work inspecting aluminum work and structural installations.
    An employee in this class inspects and tests installations for adherence to approved plans and
specifications, for compliance with county aluminum codes and regulations, and to protect the
public against hazards caused by defective materials and workmanship in aluminum construction.
Duties require skilled technical examinations and the application of standard trade practices to
building inspections. Employees work in the field as assigned throughout the unincorporated areas
of the county and are supervised as the occasion requires.
    All work is subject to review by a superior through written and verbal reports and occasional
reinspections.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Makes technical inspection of the installation of new aluminum construction and structural
installations or the modification of existing aluminum construction.
    Checks each project for defects, omissions, violations, and other departures from correct
procedure and County aluminum codes.
    Prepares and issues notice of non-compliance where work is not correct and directs it to the
attention of the Chief Building Inspector.
    Inspects all work upon completion and signs permit giving final approval for the County that the
work is safe for life and property.
    Conducts field inspections for compliance with aluminum codes.
    Checks applications, plans and specifications submitted for building permits for compliance
with existing codes and standards, discusses any necessary modifications with contractor or owner
as required.
    Makes routine and periodic patrols and inspections of area assigned to check for violations and
hazardous conditions.
    Investigates complaints of defective aluminum installations reported as safety hazards; makes
reinspection as directed; reports violations.
    Performs aluminum tests on equipment and materials as directed.
    May perform data entry and retrieval functions in researching violations and scheduling
inspections.
    Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of the methods and materials involved in building construction and of standard
building testing devices.
    Knowledge of possible defects and faults in construction or hazardous conditions and of
effective corrective measures.
    Knowledge of the regulations governing building construction in the unincorporated areas of the
county.
    Ability to read and interpret building construction plans and specifications, and to recognize
deviations from such plans in the construction process.
    Ability to diagnose defects and hazards in old and new building constructions, and enforce
specifications and regulations firmly, tactfully and impartially.
ALUMINUM INSPECTOR I             (continued)                                                12210


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES                (continued)

   Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
   Ability to keep records and to prepare and submit reports.
   Ability to secure a Aluminum Contractor's Certificate of Competency.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

   Graduation from high school or vocational school, or possession of a G.E.D. Certificate, and
four (4) years of experience as an aluminum contractor, subcontractor or trade foreman; or an
equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
   Must possess a valid Florida State Driver's License.
   Successful candidates that are not State Certified must be able to acquire a Provisional Inspector
Certification during the first year of employment.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

   Applicant must obtain a State Certification as a Building Inspector within two (2) years of
employment and maintain the required continuing education as required by the state.




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   NATURE OF WORK

This is specialized elections work in the preparation of ballot layout and election tabulation or in the
   education of voters of the elections process and computerized voting equipment.
        An employee in this class performs duties which require a strong knowledge of federal, state
   and local election laws, procedures, precincts, offices and districts. Duties are frequently time
   sensitive and require independent judgement based on experience with the elections process.
   Work is performed under the general supervision of the Deputy Administrator with night and
   weekend work required during the election cycle.
        Assignments are made orally or in writing and work is reviewed through observation of results
   obtained, conferences and periodic reports or evaluations.

   ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

       Designs ballot layout, prepares camera ready copy of ballot pages, absentee ballots and sample
   ballots; prints quantities of the ballots in-house or coordinates printing with a commercial printer.
       Converts ballot layout from the printing system to the election tabulation system, edits the
   worksheet.
       Conducts in-house and public pre-and post-election testing of the ballot tabulation systems in
   accordance with state statues.
       Prepares contracts for municipal elections; checks campaign reports for accuracy and either
   resolves any discrepancies or arranges for resolution of the problem(s).
       Responds to inquiries from candidates, political committees, and citizens on a variety of
   statistics, laws, general information relating to elections, precincts, history of elections, district
   boundaries, etc.
       May supervise temporary employees during the election cycle.
       Develops, modifies and implements education and informational materials for public
   dissemination concerning automated voter equipment.
       Prepares and delivers programs to business, professional, civic, and neighborhood groups and
   associations; demonstrates use of voting equipment.
       Assists in developing voter registration and election related procedures to maintain compliance
   with election laws and statutes.
       Provides recommendations and advice on information and education programs aimed at
   developing public awareness and understanding of registration, voting and the electoral process.
       Performs related work as assigned or required.

   KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

      Knowledge of State Statutes, rules and departmental regulations governing the electoral
   process.
      Knowledge of the requirements for implementing election procedures and practices.
      Knowledge of techniques for developing educational programs related to county facilities,
   processes and programs.
      Knowledge of English, office procedures and equipment.
      Knowledge of word processing and computer election tabulation.
      Skill in conducting training classes.
      Skill in formulating, updating and revising training manuals and educational materials.
      Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
ELECTIONS SPECIALIST             (continued)                                                  09156


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES                 (continued)

   Ability to train and supervise personnel.
   Ability to prepare technical reports and supply factual information.
   Ability to work evenings, weekends or holidays as required.
   Ability to initiate and carry out extensive public contact with all citizens.
   Ability to prepare and present oral and written programs in an accurate, concise and
grammatically correct manner.
   Ability to simply and effectively demonstrate voting equipment to election officials and the
public.
   Ability to keep accurate records of work performed.
   Ability to lift, move, and set up demonstration equipment, voting and training supplies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Graduation from high school or possession of a G.E.D. certificate, and two (2) years of experience
in work involving public contact which includes governmental, legal, or courts systems or operations;
or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must have a minimum of one year
experience in election cycle including registering voters, qualifying candidates, ballot tabulation,
ballot design and layout, or training experience providing a working knowledge of government or
educational programs, or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
    Must be a registered Pinellas County elector at time of appointment.
    Must possess a valid Florida State Driver’s License at time of appointment.




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                                     PLUMBING INSPECTOR I                                   12010


NATURE OF WORK

    This is entry level technical work inspecting plumbing and/or gas installations.
    An employee in this class inspects and tests plumbing and/or gas installations for adherence to
approved plans and specifications, for compliance with county plumbing and gas codes and
regulations, and to protect the public against the hazards of unsanitary or unsafe conditions caused
by inferior material or poor quality in plumbing and/or gas systems. Duties require skilled technical
examinations and the application of standard plumbing and gas trade practices to plumbing and/or
gas inspections. Employees work in the field, as assigned, throughout the unincorporated areas of
the county and are supervised as needed. All work is subject to review by a superior through
written and verbal reports and occasional reinspections.

ILLUSTRATIVE TASKS

    Makes technical inspection of the installation of new plumbing/gas systems and related
apparatus.
    Insures that all plumbing and gas work conforms to adopted county codes as installed.
    Checks each project for defects, omissions, violations, and other departures from correct
procedure; issues notice of non-compliance where work is not correct and directs to the attention of
the Chief Plumbing Inspector.
    Inspects all work upon completion and signs permit giving the county’s final approval that the
work is safe for life and property.
    Makes routine and periodic patrols and inspections of areas assigned to check for violations and
hazardous conditions; issues notices of non-compliance as necessary.
    Investigates complaints of defective plumbing/gas installations, reported as hazards or
unsanitary conditions caused by inferior material or poor quality in plumbing systems; makes
reinspection as directed; reports violations.
    Performs tests on equipment and materials as directed.
    May perform data entry and retrieval functions in researching violations and scheduling
inspections.
    Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

    Knowledge of the methods and practices involved in constructing, installing, and operating a
variety of plumbing/gas installations, equipment, signs and appliances, and of standard testing
devices.
    Knowledge of possible defects and faults in plumbing and gas systems and appliances and of
effective corrective measures.
    Knowledge of the regulations governing plumbing and gas installations, equipment and
appliances, effective in the unincorporated area of the county.
    Ability to read and interpret plumbing and gas diagrams and specifications for plumbing and
gas installations.
    Ability to diagnose defects and hazards in old and new plumbing/gas installations, equipment,
and appliances and enforce specifications and regulations firmly, tactfully, and impartially.
    Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
    Ability to keep records and to prepare and submit reports.
PLUMBING INSPECTOR I            (continued)                                                12010


MINIMUM QUALIFICATION

   Graduation from high school or vocational school or possession of a G.E.D. Certificate, and
four (4) years of experience as a plumbing inspector, trades foreman or contractor; or an equivalent
combination of education, training and/or experience.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

   Applicant must secure a Plumber Journeyman License, obtain State Certification as a Plumbing
Inspector within two (2) years of employment and maintain the required continuing education as
required by the state.
   Must possess a valid Florida State Driver's License.




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