Job Title: Deputy Director
Department: Water & Sewer Department
Under broad supervision and direction from the Director of Water and Sewer, assists in the administration and coordination of all activities in the City of Fort Oglethorpe Water and Sewer Department.
This is a management position that is responsible for overseeing the staff and daily operations of the Water and Sewer Department including water meter reading and replacement; installation and maintenance of sewage conveyance system; pump station operations; water and sewer system maintenance; and contract management for water purchase and sewer treatment and disposal.
• Acts as the Department Director in the absence of the Director of Water and Sewer;
• Oversees the activities of subordinates in the proper installation, repair, and maintenance of city water and sewer lines;
• Assigns and schedules work tasks;
• Checks and reviews work in progress;
• Ensures that appropriate safety standards are followed;
• Monitors safety regulations at work sites to protect city personnel, equipment and existing structures;
• Consults with contractors, developers, builders, and construction workers regarding the location of water and sewer lines and appropriate digging and trenching areas;
• Schedules, assigns, inspects, and evaluates work of staff and contractors;
• Receives, reviews, and resolves citizen requests and/or complaints including meeting with residents to inspect and discuss problems;
• Purchases goods and services as needed by the department in compliance with the Purchasing Ordinance;
• Prepares various reports and keeps records regarding water and sewer activities;
• Supervises staff, trains employees, evaluates performance, and manages performance issues;
• Operates the City’s water and waste water operations and services;
• Confers with government officials, developers, contractors and interested community groups on department projects;
• Attends meetings dealing with water and wastewater;
• Assists in the development and management of construction and maintenance specifications and schedules including capital improvement projects;
• Aids in administration of the operating and capital budgets;
• Assists in preparing recommendations for the City Council and Mayor and implementing approved policies;
• Assists in planning and organization of master plans, projects and contracts within the department;
• Manages contracts with water providers and sewer treatment and disposal entities; and
• Performs other related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Knowledge of city and departmental operating policies, procedures, and rules.
• Knowledge of local, state and federal codes, policies, and procedures concerning water and sewer.
• Knowledge of the occupational hazards involved and safety precautions necessary to accomplish division objectives.
• Advanced knowledge of modern methods, techniques, and equipment as applied to the design, construction, repair, and maintenance of public utilities.
• Knowledge of NPDES permits, CCR requirements, EPD water quality rules, DOT permitting procedure, the Georgia Drinking Water Act, the Georgia Clean Water Act, and other local, state, and federal requirements related to water and sewer.
• Knowledge of state and federal environmental policies and regulations.
• Skill in planning, organizing, staffing, and directing the efficient and effective delivery of city services, programs, and functions through subordinate staff.
• Ability to understand and interpret design drawings, construction specifications, and contract documents.
• Ability to communicate in a clear, concise manner in verbal and written communication.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, city officials, and the public.
• Ability to direct the work of others, ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and departments and general public.
• Ability to lead, supervise, and schedule the work of subordinates to effectively and efficiently accomplish division objectives.
• Ability to evaluate, analyze and solve problems and complaints regarding water and sewer lines.
• Ability to tactfully and courteously handle customer questions and complaints.
• Ability to work independently and handle multiple priorities effectively and efficiently.
• Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing. Ability to analyze complex organizational problems and to determine proper courses of actions.
• Extensive knowledge of the goals and objectives of the Water and Sewer Department.
• Ability to use personal computer, including word processing, spreadsheets, and database software; motor vehicle; phone; fax and copy machine.
• Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
• Bachelor’s degree in public administration, environmental health, business, civil engineering, or closely related field; and
• A minimum of five years of progressively responsible supervisory experience; or
• Any equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Georgia State certification for Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection System Operator within 12 months of hire.
• Valid Georgia driver’s license.
Supervisory Responsibility – Yes.
• Water Supervisor
• System Operators
Director of Water and Sewer
Hours of Job:
Normal Duty,8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Job Title: Deputy Court Clerk
Department: Municipal Court
Salary: DOQ starts at $13.00 per hour
Job Summary: This is a clerical and administrative position that provides support for the Municipal Court. Work involves entering citations into database, updating criminal and driving history reports, and scheduling court cases.
• Provides clerical support by answering and directing phone calls; assists at the front counter, distributes paperwork and information, processes and prepares legal documents and court forms; documents court orders and files paperwork;
• Collects citations from officers; enters citations into the appropriate computer system and submits to the State of Georgia; updates criminal and driver history for each individual that receives a citation;
• Accepts fees and fines, completes receipts and posts payments for traffic fines, restitution payments and other payments authorized by court order;
• Maintains case files on incidents and arrests; assigns file numbers; constructs new case files; transfers cases to the appropriate agency;
• Responds to front window, telephone and written inquires;
• Provides assistance and information to attorneys, agencies, City staff and the general public on court procedures and the status of cases;
• Serves as administrative aide to the Judge in the courtroom by maintaining evidence, maintaining files and documents proceedings by recording case information;
• Records receipts and deposits payments according to established court procedures;
• Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Basic knowledge of the practices and procedures involved in law enforcement record keeping and confidentiality;
• Knowledge of City policies, procedures, codes, ordinances and applicable State, Federal, and Local laws;
• Knowledge of GCIC rules and regulations;
• Knowledge of modern office practices, methods, equipment, and standard clerical procedures;
• Knowledge of basic bookkeeping practices;• Knowledge of basic math and accounting practices;
• Knowledge of appropriate contacts for related police and court issues;
• Skill in operating a computer and entering data into a database;
• Ability to operate GCIC to run criminal and driving history reports;
• Ability to read and comprehend various technical reports and legal terminology;
• Ability to handle confidential information;
• Ability to handle stressful situations;
• Ability to communicate with confrontational people;
• Ability to maintain accurate records;
• Ability to type and enter data correctly;
• Ability to maintain accurate and complete records;
• Ability to prepare monthly reports;
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing;
• Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
• High School diploma or equivalent;
• One year of court or criminal justice related experience preferred;
• GCIC certified or ability to become certified within 6 months;
• Equivalent combination of education and experience.
Supervisory Responsibility? No
Supervisor: Court Clerk
Hours of Job: Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm with mandatory court hours as needed
Salary: DOQ, Starts at $13.00 per hour
Application can be picked up at City Hall, 500 City Hall Drive, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742 between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. Application can be mailed or delivered to City of Fort Oglethorpe, Attention: Carol Murray, Human Resources, P. O. Box 5509, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742. Physical and drug test required. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Fort Oglethorpe is an equal opportunity employer.
Job Title: Building Inspector / Zoning Compliance
Department: Building, Planning & Zoning
1. Job Summary:
This position is responsible for on-site inspections of commercial and residential properties in the city of Fort Oglethorpe including investigation of potential violations and the enforcement of the City of Fort Oglethorpe municipal codes, ordinances and regulations, ensuring that all new construction, alterations to existing structures and installation of mobile homes complies with International Building Codes and Fort Oglethorpe adopted codes and standards.
2. Major Duties:
• Responsible for ensuring that all new construction, alterations to existing structures and installation of mobile homes complies with International Building Codes and Fort Oglethorpe adopted codes and standards.
• Investigates complaints of violations of city code, appropriate zoning ordinances, sign regulation and related laws, ordinances or codes; issues violations, citations, correction notices, and stop work orders to ensure compliance; conducts follow-up investigations to ensure compliance with applicable codes and ordinances; presents violation in court as needed.
• Meets with owners, tenants, contractors, developers, businesses, etc., to review and explain zoning code requirement or building code requirement violations and/or potential violations; secure code compliance.
• Operates a city vehicle and conducts daily combination inspections at residential, commercial and industrial construction sites.
• Post public signs for activities including annexation, rezoning, subdivision or property and variances when necessary.
• Prepares written reports of inspections, issue letters as specified by department procedures.
• Responsible for ensuring efficient review of plans and specifications and by ensuring prompt, fair and accurate inspections of work in progress.
• Inspects sediment and stormwater management facilities at commercial, residential and industrial sites.
• Ability to exhibit good judgment and discretion and adhere to guidelines when processing sensitive and/or confidential information.
• Able to efficiently and appropriately, with little supervision, prioritize assignments and complete tasks for department.
• Perform other related duties as assigned.
3. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
• Possess knowledge and work experience required to perform the job.
• Ability to deal effectively and efficiently with the general public and other governmental offices.
• Ability to provide positive guidance and direction for department.
• Ability to receive and resolve citizen complaints.
• Skill in verbal and written communication.
• High attention to detail work and accurate follow-through for departmental goals.
• Ability to work efficiently and complete tasks and projects with frequent unscheduled interruptions.
• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
• Ability to exhibit judgment and discretion and make independent decisions.
• Ability to work effectively in a teamwork environment.
• Able to work in outdoor environment able to traverse uneven terrains during performance of duties.
• Able to climb, bend, stoop during the performance of inspections.
• Valid Driver’s License required.
4. Minimum Qualifications
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Experience in code enforcement or an inspection-related position
• Possesses or ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire ICC, International Property Maintenance
and Housing Inspector
• Possesses or ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire ICC, International Residential Inspector
5. Supervisory Responsibility: No
6. Supervisor: Department Director
7. Hours of job: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
One hour lunch.
Hourly rate DOQ — $ 14 – $21.50/ hour
Job Title: Certified Police Officers
Department: Fort Oglethorpe Police Department
The City of Fort Oglethorpe is an equal opportunity employer
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Authorization Date: 07/30/08
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City Hall Address:
500 City Hall Drive
Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742