The City of Stinnett is seeking applications for Chief of Police:
To manage the personnel and activities of the Police Department in order to provide a safe environment for the citizens of Stinnett. This is accomplished by planning and managing Police Department activities, supervising personnel, and setting a high standard for ethics and adherence to law enforcement protocol and principles. Other duties include developing and maintaining positive public relations, performing other duties as assigned and coordinating activities of the Police Department with those of other departments.
Manages department activities by developing, implementing and reviewing policies and procedures; preparing short and long-range strategic plans; determining programs, activities, training and resource needs; planning and implementing the budget; writing reports on department activities; reading daily activity logs, citations, and case summaries; reviewing officer productivity reports; and communicating with officers and staff regarding problems and expectations.
Supervises personnel by evaluating performance; addressing internal and external complaints; taking appropriate disciplinary action as approved by the City Manager; and providing leadership for department personnel.
Develops and maintains positive public relations by meeting with citizens; making educational presentations to various groups; and communicating with the community leaders and the media.
Education and Experience:
(A) A high school diploma is required
(B) Applicant must have two or more years of experience as a Police Chief, Assistant Police Chief, Captain, or Lieutenant, or a combination of five or more years in two or more of those positions. Comparable county, state, or federal experience may be considered.
(C) Valid Texas Class C Driver's License. Advanced Police Officer Certification from TCOLE.
(D) Must complete ICS 100, ICS 200, ICS 700, and ICS 800. Must complete ICS 300 and ICS 400 within twelve months of appointment.
The City of Stinnett is seeking applications for Public Works Maintenance Worker:
The Public Works Maintenance Worker position perform manual labor tasks associated with water, wastewater, gas and streets maintenance operations. This employee performs duties and tasks, which require a high degree of physical activity and effort, and is exposed to a variety of extreme weather and working conditions. Regular attendance is an essential job function and employment duties are routinely performed Monday-Friday, with additional hours as needed on-call. Inspects vehicles and equipment daily and performs routine and preventative maintenance as needed. • Repairs damaged utility mains and services. Cleans and maintains sewer manholes and lines for stoppages. • Flushes hydrants and turns valves. • Cleans out, raises, and sets water meter cans to grade. • Drives dump trucks to dispose of excavated materials and to pull trailer used to carry backhoe. • Operates backhoe, front end loader, hydro excavation , equipment needed to excavate area for repair work. • Performs other manual tasks associated with meter maintenance. • Makes taps for water, gas, and sewer line services. • Operates necessary hand and power tools for excavation and repair work as needed. • Makes necessary repairs to concrete and asphalt streets, sidewalks and alleys. • Monitoring and maintenance of the cities storm water and drainage systems. • . • Performs all other duties as assigned. Technical Competencies Knowledge and ability to correctly apply professional/specialized expertise; skillfully manage information; properly use tools, equipment and technology; effectively allocate resources; proactively identify and resolve issues; consistently make sound decisions; correctly execute policy processes and procedures; strictly adhere to/enforce safety polices; consistently produce quality results; proactively plan and organize; consistently provide exceptional customer service. Pay depends on experience and certifications.
The Public Works Maintenance Worker works closely with others as part of a team responsible for maintaining the water, wastewater, gas and streets infrastructure within the City. This employee frequently performs tedious and exacting work as well as multiple tasks simultaneously in dangerous, noisy and distracting environments under time pressures. Tasks frequently subject this employee to safety risks related to operating heavy equipment in construction or traffic zones and occasional emergency situations. The Maintenance Worker must be able to perform many physically demanding tasks, which involve a high-degree of concern for personal safety and the safety of coworkers, citizens and other individuals. The ability to effectively communicate and interact with coworkers and members of the general public verbally on a daily basis is essential. In addition driving skills are required for driving dump trucks and pulling trailer. Also certain skills in the use of hand tools are desired. The ability to take and follow directions is a must. Basic water, and wastewater is preferred. Must be willing to take training and testing to become certified with TCEQ in water and wastewater. The Public Works Maintenance Worker reports directly to the Public Works Crew Director and indirectly to the City Manager.