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Positions Posted (Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page)

Position 1:

Electronics Technician

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Engineering| Repair, Production, & Construction

Job Categories:

Construction Trades (e.g., carpentry, plumbing, electrical)| Engineering (Pre-Engineering), General| Engineering Technology, General

Position Description:

In this role you will perform specialized work in the installation, removal, maintenance and repair of electronic equipment and accessories

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Maintain and repair on and off-street parking equipment.
- Work 311 Parking Meter Issue queue and resolve or dispatch issue to meter shop foreman.
- Conduct parking meter and Parking Access and Revue Systems (PARCS) related field checks.
- Assist in monitoring PARCS and parking meter back-end system for alarms, communication status and other issues.
- Assist in ordering meter sticker signage and programming request.
- Assist with installation of PARCS, meters, and meter related signage.
- Document and TAG equipment ID's as well as track the location where each one is installed using the computer database.
- Troubleshoot and repair parking meter pay stations, PARCS equipment, printers, displays and
keyboards, computers and other related equipment.
- Perform installations of all communications equipment used in on or off-street parking equipment.
- Install wiring, set up, program and repair cellular units and take calls regarding operational issues by users.
- Write service ticket report as to nature of repair, problem found, parts used, and time spent on repair and transfer ticket, time and job code to timecard to be submitted for cost and billing finalization.
- Collect data from the field and organize data for analysis for multiple on street parking initiatives.
- Research other meter related issues as assigned.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Shop environment and field work, (Indoor and outdoor work), exposure to high voltage and heights

Required Qualifications:
MINIMUM EDUCATION Graduation from an accredited institution with a degree/ diploma in, Electronic Technology, Industrial Electronics or a highly related field or equivalent

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE One year of verifiable work experience in the repair of, electronic equipment, and accessories depending on assignment

*See City of Minneapolis website for more details*

Position 2:

Coordinator Plans and Scheduling

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Engineering| Engineering Technology & Drafting| Repair, Production, & Construction

Job Categories:

Engineering (Pre-Engineering), General| Engineering Technology, General| Other

Position Description:

Coordinate planning for staffing and other resources and work schedules for staff maintenance or operations in conjunction with supervisory staff.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Coordinate with Foreman or Supervisors to allocate appropriate staffing and resources for project
- Estimate time and materials
- Plan and schedule the use of equipment on projects
- Assists in the direction of staff in the determination of appropriate methodology, utility and infrastructure conflicts, project staging, safety equipment, and Division practices used on repair, maintenance, and capital rehabilitation program projects. Participates in and assists with emergency situations during and after hours for the purpose of resolving immediate safety concerns.
- Coordinate and facilitate meetings between Supervisors and Foremen to help develop daily, weekly and monthly resource allocation plans.
- Assist with review, coding of financial invoices through EDMS.
- Assist with setting up contracts between vendors, contractors and suppliers and City of Minneapolis buyers.
- Responsible for the collection of as-built information on all repairs done to the sanitary and stormwater systems.
- Develop schedules based on operational priorities, manpower availability and make recommendations to the supervisor.
- Plan equipment and supply needs and then work with the appropriate supervisor to specify and order materials in conjunction with construction timelines, plans, budgets, and replacement needs to ensure timely delivery and availability when needed.
- Track progress for plans and keep the supervisor and management informed through periodic reports.
- Maintain and analyze project activity archives to improve the accuracy of time and material estimates for future repair and construction project activities.
- Serve as the Maximo technical expert for divisional staff. Provide day-to-day end user support for field staff using Maximo remotely.
- Assist Supervisors and Foremen in using Maximo work management computer software to plan and organize activities.
- Facilitate and/or deliver Maximo training to foreman, supervisors and other divisional staff as needed.
- Oversee entries made by Foremen and Supervisors onto the Maximo system to ensure the integrity of the data and functionality of the system.
- Coordinate with asset management engineers to maximize the technical data derived from the - - -- Maximo system as it relates to Public Works budget and capital programs.
- Oversee the quality control/quality assurance of Maximo technical data to ensure the accurate reflection of operational considerations for future budgeting and capital programming.
- Assist with scheduling and coordinating, Gopher State One calls, permits, and utilities.
- Additional duties as assigned.

Working Conditions: Combination of office and field work.

Required Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent

Minimum Experience: Two years' experience as a foreman or supervisor in wastewater or water plant operations, surface water and sewer collection systems or water distribution systems or six years as a trades person in a similar operation or four years in inspection, testing and construction oversight

Two years' experience utilizing enterprise asset management software (i.e. SAP PM, Ventyx, Enquesta, Maximo or other EAM software).

Equivalency: An equivalent combination of related education and experience may be considered.

*See City of Minneapolis Website for more detials*

Position 3:

Classification & Compensation Analyst – Human Resources

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Business| Communications| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Accounting| Accounting Technician| Business/Managerial Economics| Human Resources Management| Political Science & Government| Public Administration & Services, General| Other

Position Description:

The Compensation and Classification Analyst administers and maintains the City of Minneapolis job classification and compensation programs so they comply with all applicable state and federal laws, applicable ordinances, labor agreements, and City of Minneapolis Civil Service rules.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manage the City-wide review of existing job classifications (class maintenance studies). Manage the list of pending job classifications. Schedule interviews. Make classification determinations by reviewing job analysis questionnaires (JAQs), meeting and conferring with managers and employees, evaluating jobs, and preparing written reports on findings based on City’s established point-factor system and procedures. Provide status updates to interested parties. Assign compensation to re-classified jobs.
- Make FLSA status determinations.
- Create job descriptions; maintain job descriptions/specifications in the City’s NeoGov system.
- Provide HR business partnership teams and City managers/supervisors with information, policy and procedural instruction, training, and advice to ensure proper classification and compensation of City positions.
- Ensure the consistent application of classification and compensation policies and procedures across City departments.
- Interpret contract language, policies, laws, and labor contracts pertaining to classification and compensation elements for managers, payroll, and HRIS teams.
- Update web documents and information related to job classification, job analysis, job evaluation, and compensation.
- Ensure that the City's job evaluation and job analysis processes are effective, clearly defined, used consistently across City departments, and are maintained appropriately to meet City business and human resources goals and objectives.
- Support labor negotiations as needed by providing data and analysis related to job classification and/or compensation for use in bargaining.
- Manage and administer the approval and processing of appointed employees’ step increases (approximately 130 employees).
- Responsible for the maintenance of electronic and paper classification records.
- Manage, create, distribute, and summarize salary surveys. Respond to salary survey requests from other jurisdictions as needed.
- Document, and communicate classification and compensation policies and procedures.

Required Qualifications:
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in human resources administration, industrial relations, public administration, business administration or related field, or equivalent

Minimum Experience: Two years of experience performing related work (This can include but is not limited to: job description development and valuing positions, HR Generalist/Representative duties, classification review, compensation, recruiting experience, data analysis and position analysis)

Preferred Qualifications (not required):
- HR Certification
- CCP (Certified Compensation Professional from World@Work)

Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience closely related to the duties of the position MAY be considered.

*For more information pleas see the City of Minneapolis website*

Position 4:

Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Business| Communications| Philosophy, Religion, & Theology| Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Advertising| Business/Managerial Economics| Communications, General| Digital Communications/Media| Human Resources Management| Law (Pre-Law)| Legal Studies, General*| Political Science & Government| Psychology, Clinical & Counseling| Public Administration & Services, General| Public Affairs & Public Policy Analysis| Other

Position Description:

The Communications and Outreach Coordinator (also known as an Emergency Management Operations Administrator), under the direction of the Assistant Director of Operations, will lead the Office of Emergency Management's (OEM) public information, public education, and public engagement efforts. The Coordinator will serve as OEM's point of contact for public and media information, including social media. The incumbent will coordinate with the City's Communications Department in enterprise-wide crisis communications and will manage OEM's warning and notifications systems. In doing so, the Coordinator will support OEM's efforts to lead all city-wide preparation for and execution of emergency management operations and/or continuity of operations activities, including those for planned events.

This position is grant-funded with funding secured through June 2024; renewal of the grant will be sought.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Lead and coordinate all city-wide preparation for and execution of emergency management operations and/or continuity of operations activities in the areas of communications and outreach, particularly in the following: crisis communications, public information, warning and notification, incident management and coordination, multiagency coordination system (physical or virtual) activities, and implementation of emergency operations and continuity of operations plans.
• Develop and implement internal and external communication strategies to inform and engage elected officials, City staff, community partners and the general public in the work of the OEM
• Manage department research and communications, establishing and communicating work assignments, monitoring performance, providing training and development, and resolving employment issues.
• Serve as an on-call City Coordinating Officer with delegated authority, in rotation with other qualified personnel, using command-level judgment about the need for and scope of any City response to observed threats or hazards, determine and establish appropriate organizational coordination, including virtual or physical emergency operations center, activate resources from within and outside the City, direct execution of the response/coordination plan.
• Supervise employees and contractors as assigned within the OEM, including but not limited to standard Branches, Divisions, Groups, Units and Technical Specialists as defined by the National Incident Management System.
• Monitor external threats and hazards, and advise staff, appointed and elected officials as to appropriate pre-response and response actions as required.
• Analyze, interpret, and implement regulatory, statutory, and policy guidance and mandates as they apply to emergency management operations, and communicate with State and Federal governments to evaluate and assess operations against requirements and/or guidance.
• Responsible for developing policy papers, reports, standard operating guidelines, ordinances and legislation.
• Anticipate future disasters and take preventive and preparatory measures to build disaster-resistant and disaster-resilient communities.
• Use sound risk management principles (i.e. hazard identification, risk analysis, and impact analysis) in assigning priorities and resources.
• Analyze and report on operational efficiency and preparedness activities.
• Develop and implement new initiatives to maximize effectiveness and efficiency in pursuit of departmental, City, regional, State and Federal objectives in the area of responsibility.
• Research and analyze emergency management policy options and make recommendations and assist in the implementation of selected options.
• Advocate, both verbally and in writing, before legislative bodies and executive offices for policy and legislative initiatives which support the City's emergency management goals.

Required Qualifications:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Communications, Public Affairs, Emergency Management, or Equivalent

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE: Five years of experience performing similar duties in a public or private administration setting

Equivalency:
An equivalent combination of education and experience closely related to the duties of the position MAY be considered.

*For more details please visit the City of Minneapolis website*

Position 5:

Police Officer (Lateral)

Listing Application Link:

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Social Sciences & Law

Job Categories:

Criminal Justice| Law Enforcement| Other

Position Description:

The Minneapolis Police Department is looking for experienced Police Officer candidates - people who have a strong sense and commitment for public service, outstanding character, sound judgment, excellent work ethic, effective oral and written communication skills, interpersonal tact, empathy, and compassion.

This is a full-time position and requires variable work shifts, including weekends and holidays.

Officers hired in this lateral hiring process will participate in an expedited orientation and on-boarding process rather than the Minneapolis Police Recruit Officer Academy.

Hiring Incentive- New Peace Officers hired by December 31, 2022 are eligible to receive up to $7,000 in hiring incentives for employment through the end of the year contingent on completion of probation and field training.

Continuous Application Process -- This job posting will be used for on-going hiring without closing for applications. Applications will be reviewed in groups on an on-going basis as described in the Selection Process section below.

Job Duties and Responsibilities
• Patrol assigned area to enforce laws, detect and prevent crime and protect life and property.
• Apprehend and arrest law violators (including probable cause arrests), prepare written reports of crimes and assist in the prosecution of violators.
• Draft and execute arrest warrants and make probable cause arrests.
• Establish probable cause, draft, prepare and execute search warrants.
• Conduct follow up investigations for criminal prosecution of criminal and traffic complaints.
• Enforce traffic laws conducting traffic, marking and tagging vehicles, making written reports of accidents and investigating and reconstructing serious or fatal traffic accidents.
• Collect, evaluate, investigate, protect and preserve evidence at crime or accident scenes.
• Conduct surveillance of suspected criminal activity and provide undercover operations to identify and apprehend suspects.
• Interview and/or interrogate witnesses, victims and suspects and draft formal statements for presentation in court, including testifying in court on criminal and civil matters.
• Record and investigate complaints from citizens, including those on the conduct and actions of officers.
• Respond to residential and business alarms for intrusion, robbery or other emergencies.
• Protect the rights and safety of all individuals, including political figures and dignitaries.
• Recover and assume preliminary custody of lost, stolen or abandoned property.
• Conduct follow-up investigations for criminal prosecution on traffic and criminal complaints.
• Function as a Field Training Officer (FTO) supplementing academy instruction through field experience and serving as a final step in the officer selection process. Evaluate recruits on a daily basis and share information with supervisors.
• Operate various computer terminals to enter and retrieve essential information.

Licenses:
- Must have and maintain a valid driver's license

Experience:
- Must currently be a full-time active Police Officer
- Must possess a minimum of one (1) year of full-time sworn experience

Note: Applications submitted without proof of P.O.S.T. status will be deemed incomplete and will not be considered. Proof of P.O.S.T. and/or supplemental documents will not be accepted by email, fax or in person. All documents must be uploaded and submitted with your on-line application

State Requirements:
- Must be United States Citizen
- Must not have a felony conviction
- Must successfully pass the MPD background investigation

Medical/Psychological Exams: Candidates must be deemed medically and psychologically fit and successfully pass a drug and alcohol screening prior to hire.

Physical Requirements:
Police work is physically and mentally demanding. During the Lateral Onboarding process, candidates will participate in and be assessed on MPD Police Officer fitness goals.

Contact Information

Josh

Pardun

HR Representative

6124399461

350 Fifth St. S.

Minneapolis

Minnesota

55415