The City of El Reno is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Hook 'N' Slice Restaurant
The City of El Reno is now accepting applications for positions at the Hook and Slice Restaurant and Crimson Creek Golf Course. We are looking for fun, energetic, hardworking and dependable people to become part of a superior service team! We are focused on providing an enjoyable atmosphere, and top quality service to our customers.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age for the Pro Shop and 21 years of age for the Restaurant and bar. Hours and pay are dependent upon position applied for and experience.
We are seeking:
Pro Shop Attendants
The City of El Reno, Oklahoma is accepting applications for an experienced Library Director to plan, manage and supervise the daily operations of the Public Library. Must have thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of modern library systems and programs. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in library science, liberal arts, public administration, or a closely related field (preferred); Long tenure as a Librarian may be substituted in place of Bachelor’s degree. Experience in facility operations with a minimum of 2 years of significant supervisory experience (preferred). Salary (DOQ). Position will remain open until filled. For a detailed Job Description contact Tamara Vickrey at [email protected].
Class Title: Community Development and Services Director Salary Range: $63,844 - $99,569
Department: Community Development Grade Number: 13
Date: 6/1/2015 Location: 101 N. Choctaw Ave.
The Community Development and Services Director is the city planner for the city. The position oversees building inspections, code enforcement, and coordinates the Municipal Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment, and Board of Appeals. The position also oversees the budget and operation of community service departments within the City of El Reno.
Works directly under the supervision of the City Manager and Assistant City Manager.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Incumbent must possess a significant level of specialized technical expertise and exercise independent judgment with minimum supervision while performing their job duties. Work requires creativity and resourcefulness to accomplish goals and objectives. Significant interaction with elected and appointed officials, community representatives and the media is required.
Must be able to perform all functions in a safe, legal, professional and timely manner, which include but are not limited to:
- Perform technical planning functions including research, review, analysis, presentation, and coordination of zoning and rezoning in conjunction with the Building Official and the City Manager
- Coordinate application review process with affected parties, including applicant, property owner, planning staff, architects and engineers, city regulatory and review bodies, and the public
- Prepare and presents written and oral reports to regulatory and hearing bodies, including planning staff findings and recommendations
- Answer inquiries from and provides assistance to the public, by telephone and in person, regarding development and zoning projects and current city codes
- Provide information and assistance to other planning staff members, including subordinates;
- Provide technical support and recommendations on neighborhood planning assignments including data gathering and community participation projects
- Other duties, responsibilities and tasks as may be required
- Provide grant research, writing, and administration guidance
- Oversee code enforcement and building inspections
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION:
- Minimum qualifications for this position are as follows:
- Successful graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in urban geography, urban studies, environmental science or public administration.
- Experience with ArcGIS software
- Proficient with Microsoft Office
- Minimum experience must include:
- Two to four years’ experience in municipal or regional planning
- Demonstrative abilities to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
- Work with standard office equipment such as a personal computer, IPad, and calculator
- Ability to maintain records and files in an orderly manner
- Ability to perform public speaking
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND LICENSING
Oklahoma State Driver’s License with a driving record acceptable to the City’s current insurance carrier.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Personal computers, tablet, smartphone, calculators, telephones, fax machines and other equipment typical of an office setting.
The physical demands described are representative of those that must be met by the incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:
1) Ability to work in an office environment with restricted light in a climate controlled environment.
2) Hand-eye coordination, enough to operate the described tools and equipment.
3) Ability to move from place to place without assistance.
4) Hearing proficiency to communicate with customers verbally.
5) Ability to use digits and limbs to feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and to reach with hands
6) The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
7) Regular or corrected vision clear enough to utilize tools and equipment and perform essential duties.
8) Ability to operate motor vehicle under Oklahoma laws.
9) Incumbent should have enough stamina to work extended hours in the event of a meeting, special assignment or other job-related task.
10) Ability to work outdoors where the incumbent is subject to elements such as wind, rain, dust, debris, walking and climbing hazards; may have incidental contact with insects and noxious plants.
Review of resume, formal application, rating of education and experience; oral interview; background investigation; job-related test. In addition, applicant should provide examples of any printed or electronic media production that they have been directly responsible for. Resumes will be reviewed by the outgoing Community Services and Development Director.
*Candidates must pass a post employment offer physical and drug screen
Send resume and completed application to:
City of El Reno
Attn: Tamara Vickrey
PO Drawer 700
El Reno, OK 73036
Vacant positions will remain opened until filled.
The City of El Reno is an equal opportunity employer*
El Reno Police Department
Department: Police Department
Reports to: Jail Administrator
FLSA Status: Non-exempt
This is an entry level position for detention personnel. The position requires the monitoring of all equipment in the detention facility, monitoring, processing and care for all inmates in the city jail facility. Work of this nature requires the ability to remain calm during stressful situations, the ability to multi-task, and to react in a professional manner at all times. The position also requires the ability to work independently with a high level of self-discipline, integrity and decision making as well as working well with other departmental members.
Essential Job Functions:
The ability to interpret and make decisions based on observation, information, and protocol. The ability to control emotions and reactions during stressful situations. Have the ability to interact with inmates, officers and all members of emergency services. The ability to perform custody and control techniques on uncooperative inmates, to monitor and/or provide physical security to the jail facility and those incarcerated. The ability to answer all phone calls and radio transmissions promptly and professionally, respond to emergency situations as warranted, obtain pertinent information during the booking process and document such information a manner that assures accurate, complete care for the detainees. Must be able to efficiently operate radios, computers, printers, fax machines, telephone systems and knowledge of word programs and other software applications. Must be familiar with a computer keyboard and be able to demonstrate proficiency while booking prisoners, completing memo’s and jail logs in a timely manner.
Minimal Job Requirements:
Applicant must be at least 18 years of age and possess either a high school diploma or GED, be a citizen of the United States, not have a conviction for a felony crime, be under indictment or involved in any pending criminal litigation. Must not be presently or recently a user of a Controlled dangerous substance without a valid medical prescription, must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license (or eligible to obtain), must pass an extensive background investigation and shall be required to successfully complete a medical/drug examination. The applicant upon employment shall be required to complete a regimented training program and shall be subject to a six (6) month probationary period.
Must be able to reach, bend, lift, twist and move from place to place, must be able to perform custody and control techniques, must have vision corrected, to be able to see both near and far as well as peripheral vision and able to see and recognize things around the work area. Must be able to be able to read computer screens, memos, to recognize the presence of weapons and other dangers, and to see and recognize people and other objects. Must have the ability to hear and understand phone, radio and personal conversations in both quiet and noise elevated environments as well as able to determine sound types, sources and locations. Must be able complete an approved physical to show ability to meet these requirements.
Standards of Performance and Expectations:
It is required that prompt, positive, calm, and courteous attention will be given to any individual whether on the phone, radio or in person. It is also required that an ethical and professional appearance, attitude and demeanor be displayed both on and off duty. Must be willing to work flexible hours, shifts and days of the week as well as holidays. Must be dedicated to and serve the citizens of El Reno, the City of El Reno and the El Reno Police Department. To strive in every aspect of the job to do everything possible to meet the goals and expectations of those they serve.
Questions: Kim Eden, 405-295-9396
Communications Officer (dispatcher)
El Reno Police Dept. Salary $32,475 - $50,249 plus benefits.