Member Job Openings

 Tualatin Valley Water District Job Announcement: Engineering Associate (8/13/2018) 
   
Tualatin Valley Water District: Engineering Associate

Salary Grade 8: start $36.57 to midpoint $45.71 to top $54.85 (depending on qualifications)
PERS/OPSRP members are subject to a mandatory 6% employee contribution.
Non-members will be eligible after 6 full-calendar months of service.
Opens: August 9, 2018
Closing Date: September 5th by 11 a.m.


Please see the attached job description for more information specific to this position.

Required Materials:
1) Cover letter
2) Resume
3) TVWD application
4) Answers to the supplemental questions
5) If claiming Veteran's preference, you must submit a copy of your Federal DD Form 214/215 or a veteran's disability preference letter from the US Department of Veterans Affairs in order to be considered.

Supplemental Questions: Please answer the following questions, limit your response to 1 page double sided. Applications received after the filing deadline or without responses to the supplemental questions will not be considered.
1. Describe your experience with the design and management of engineering projects. What roles have you played in public infrastructure improvement projects?
2. Describe your understanding and experience with water conveyance systems and components, include experience with design, operation, and application of design standards for potable water systems.
3. Describe your experience and level of expertise with different technical software programs that are typically used in engineering, including drafting and hydraulic modeling programs.

Submission of Materials: Various ways to apply:
• Email: tvwdjobs@tvwd.org; or
• Fax: (503) 356-3190; or
• Mail: 1850 SW 170th Ave, Beaverton OR 97003.

All materials must be received by September 5th by 11 a.m. See our website for more information: www.tvwd.org.

Tualatin Valley Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives preference points to qualified veterans.


 Tualatin Valley Water District Job Announcement: Outreach and Engagement Coordinator (8/13/2018) 
   
Tualatin Valley Water District: Outreach and Engagement Coordinator

Salary Grade 5: start $26.59 to midpoint $33.24 to top $39.89 (depending on qualifications)
PERS/OPSRP members are subject to a mandatory 6% employee contribution.
Non-members will be eligible after 6 full-calendar months of service.
Opens: August 9, 2018
Closing Date: August 29th by 11 a.m.


Please see the attached job description for more information specific to this position.

Required Materials:
1) Cover letter
2) Resume
3) TVWD application
4) Answers to the supplemental questions
5) If claiming Veteran's preference, you must submit a copy of your Federal DD Form 214/215 or a veteran's disability preference letter from the US Department of Veterans Affairs in order to be considered.

Supplemental Questions (see job announcement)

Submission of Materials: Various ways to apply:
• Email: tvwdjobs@tvwd.org; or
• Fax: (503) 356-3190; or
• Mail: 1850 SW 170th Ave, Beaverton OR 97003.

All materials must be received by August 29th by 11 a.m. See our website for more information: www.tvwd.org.

Tualatin Valley Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives preference points to qualified veterans.


 Tualatin Valley Water District Job Announcement: Emergency Program Coordinator (8/13/2018) 
   
Tualatin Valley Water District: Emergency Program Coordinator

Salary Grade 7: start $32.88 to midpoint $41.10 to top $49.33 (depending on qualifications)
PERS/OPSRP members are subject to a mandatory 6% employee contribution.
Non-members will be eligible after 6 full-calendar months of service.
Opens: August 10, 2018
Closing Date: September 6th by 11 a.m.


Please see the attached job description for more information specific to this position.

Required Materials:
1) Cover letter
2) Resume
3) TVWD application
4) Answers to the supplemental questions
5) If claiming Veteran's preference, you must submit a copy of your Federal DD Form 214/215 or a veteran's disability preference letter from the US Department of Veterans Affairs in order to be considered.

Supplemental Questions: Please answer the following questions, limit your response to 1 page double sided. Applications received after the filing deadline or without responses to the supplemental questions will not be considered.
1. What do you envision as the most probable emergency events a water utility is likely to encounter and describe your experience with developing emergency response plans for these types of events?
2. This position will be responsible for developing security plans and programs for the District to protect its employees and facilities. What do you feel are the most prevalent security threats that exist for employees and water facilities? What is your experience with building plans to address these threats?
3. How do you go about gaining organizational buy-in to implement new plans and programs in an established culture? Describe your experience implementing successful plans and programs?
4. Tell us what software applications that you are familiar with and your level of expertise.

Submission of Materials: Various ways to apply:
• Email: tvwdjobs@tvwd.org; or
• Fax: (503) 356-3190; or
• Mail: 1850 SW 170th Ave, Beaverton OR 97003.

All materials must be received by September 6th by 11 a.m. See our website for more information: www.tvwd.org.

Tualatin Valley Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives preference points to qualified veterans.


 METCOM 911 Job Announcement: Executive Director (8/8/2018) 
   
METCOM 911: Executive Director


METCOM 911 is a consolidated public safety telecommunications center for multiple user agencies of various disciplines throughout a diverse geographical region based in Woodburn, OR. The Agency is seeking an Executive Director at this time. The Executive Director is the Chief Executive and Administrative Officer, responsible for planning, coordinating, evaluating, and administering all services provided by the Agency. METCOM is seeking candidates with demonstrated knowledge, skills, and abilities in the areas of day-to-day operation of an emergency communications center at every level of service. The Agency is looking forward to identifying, funding, and implementing a new communications system and experience in that area would benefit the next Executive Director. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, or a related field. The typical candidate will possess five (5) years of progressively responsible administrative and/or managerial experience, including two (2) years in a supervisory role associated with emergency services, communications, or a related field. An equivalent combination of training and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job is also qualifying. Experience working in a union environment and in building and maintaining positive labor/management relations is preferred. The salary range for the Executive Director is $103,000-$120,000; placement within this range is negotiable and dependent upon qualifications and experience. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. Please contact Mr. Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080 should you have any questions. Filing deadline September 14, 2018.


Detailed Description




 East Umatilla County Ambulance Area Health District: District Administrator (8/7/2018) 
   
East Umatilla County Ambulance Area Health District: District Administrator


Deadline: Open until filled

Employment Start Date: September 1, 2018

 

The East Umatilla County Ambulance Area Health District is accepting applications for a District Administrator, which is a full-time, FLSA Exempt, salaried position responsible for managing the day-to-day operations and business of this rurally located Health District. The person filling this position lives within the District, possesses a valid Oregon Paramedic license or ALS-Level Ambulance-based Clinician license (see OAR 333-250-0270), has the physical fitness ability to actively respond to 911 calls, and functions as a lead responder and FTO (Field Training Officer) for District personnel.  The District Administrator answers to a five-member elected board and is responsible for 3.5 FTE combined with volunteer Paramedics, RNs, EMTs and CPR-certified drivers. The District responds to over 200 calls for service per year within a service area of approximately 400-square miles in rural Eastern Oregon with two ALS-equipped ambulances and an ALS-equipped quick-response vehicle. The salary range starts at $65,000/year DOE plus health insurance and retirement benefits. Interested applicants may find further information, job requirements, and application materials under the Employment Opportunities section of our website at: www.euchd.com.

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • Associate or Bachelor (preferred) degree in EMS, Fire Administration, Public Administration or Business Management or related field.
  • 5 years of EMS supervisory/management experience.
  • 5 years of EMS experience at the Paramedic level with urban, rural and wilderness backgrounds.
  • Must possess current Oregon EMS Paramedic license in good standing, or able to obtain reciprocity within 90 days of hire (Provisional Paramedic Licensure not accepted). If license as an Ambulance-based clinician (see OAR 333-250-0270), must possess a valid RN, PA, or MD degree in good standing with the appropriate licensing board.
  • Two-years (or more) experience as a paramedic or ALS-level Ambulance-based Clinician, preferably working in a high call volume area.
  • Experience with EMS training and continuing education programs and requirements for the Oregon Health Authority EMS Trauma Services Division.
  • Willing to participate in community activities.
  • Willing to develop, organize, and provide monthly training activities to District personnel.
  • Current AHA ACLS and AHA PALS certifications (or equivalent).
  • Current PHTLS certification.
  • Must meet physical requirements necessary to perform duties of a field paramedic, to include, but not limited to, lifting and transferring of patients and equipment.
  • Formal education in instruction, specifically addressing adult learning styles, preferred.
  • Must be able to pass a background check and has a good driving record free of DUII or other non-insurable crimes.
  • Possesses knowledge of HIPPA laws.
  • Knowledge and experience with QuickBooks, Excel, Word, and medical billing software.
  • Must be eligible to be bonded.
  • Must possess excellent people skills and be able to work with the public and be flexible and adaptable to change.




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