Knowledge of basic arithmetic and English • basics of supervision • operating principles and components of all types of HVAC systems • preventive maintenance procedures for HVAC systems and equipment installed in CPS buildings • State of Ohio high pressure boiler operator and stationary engineer rules and regulations • basics of DDC control systems, other instrumentation and controls • general building maintenance procedures sufficient to perform routine and emergency repair work Ability to: • keep simple records and prepare simple reports • communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing • establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work • work under stressful conditions • make decisions in critical situations • work independently in the absence of supervision • recognize health, safety and security problems and respond appropriately • keep abreast of new technology • acquire new skills in order to reduce dependency on other staff • apply mechanical principles • perform chemical analysis and treatment of water to maintain prescribed standards in heating and cooling systems • perform and supervise all manual labor related to HVAC operations • perform preventive maintenance and repairs, replacements, adjustments to HVAC equipment • evaluate HVAC systems for maintenance needs • provide instructions, demonstrations, and training in work to be performed • establish schedules and priorities • delegate and appraise work of employees • work overtime, weekends and other than normal work shift • seek continuing education and training in order to advance knowledge and skill in the field and in job performance • read and manipulate a computer workstation and keyboard • use and communicate via telephone, pager, and other communications devices.
Knowledge of. Knowledge of information security principles, best practices and legislation that affects the agencies security posture. Concepts, principles and practices of LAN and WAN design, development, protocols, security and administration. Operations, services and security related capabilities and limitations of a database administration program. Information technology and systems management best practices. New developments in information technology and their relevance to current business needs and security strategies. Familiarity with computer operating systems, hardware, software and languages used in the County. The operations, services, concepts, terms and security related activities common to a comprehensive, state-of-the-art information systems program. Principles pertaining to the information system development lifecycle; application design principles. Principles and practices of customer service. Ability to: Analyze department procedures and data to develop logical security solutions for systems. Collaborate and work with others in a team environment. Participate in complex information technology projects. Gather and evaluate information in order to reason logically, draw valid conclusions, take appropriate actions and/or make appropriate recommendations. Interpret information system designs, flow charts, report layouts and screen designs. Clearly communicate technical information to a wide variety of users. Plan, organize, prioritize and process work to ensure that deadlines are met. Adapt quickly to changes in policies, procedures, assignments and work locations. Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered during the course of the work. County of Orange County Procurement Office Beacon Hill Staffing Group, LLC. Page 54 of 72 File #557987
Knowledge of. Modern principles, practices and techniques of finance and information system administration, organization and operation; principles and practices of general, fund, cost and governmental accounting; principles and practices of auditing and financial control; principles and practices of budget administration; methods and techniques of supervision, training and motivation; applicable federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations, including those related to municipal financing, utility billing; methods and techniques of scheduling work assignments; standard office procedures, practices and equipment; modern office practices, methods and equipment, including a computer and applicable software; methods and techniques for record keeping and report preparation and writing; proper English, spelling and grammar; occupational hazards and standard safety practices. Ability to: Plan, direct, manage and coordinate the work of the Finance Department; develop and administer sound departmental goals, objectives, policies and methods for evaluating achievement and performance levels; analyze complex financial and information system issues, make adjustments to standard operating procedures as necessary to improve organizational effectiveness; facilitate group participation and consensus building; attend evening meetings as required; prepare clear, concise and complete financial statements, reports and written materials; plan, organize, train, evaluate and direct work of assigned staff; interpret, explain and apply applicable laws, codes and regulations; read, interpret and record data accurately; organize, prioritize and follow-up on work assignments; work independently and as part of a team; make sound decisions within established guidelines; analyze a complex issue, and develop and implement an appropriate response; follow written and oral directions; observe safety principles and work in a safe manner; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships. Skill to: Operate an office computer and a variety of word processing and software applications, including a variety of complex financial and accounting programs.
Knowledge of. Modern municipal administrative principles and practices, organization, and functions. • Current social, political, and economic trends and operating problems of municipal government. • Applicable Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations regarding local government operations. • Principles of effective public relations and interrelationships with community groups and agencies, private businesses and firms, and other levels of government. • Laws and regulations regarding City management, City contracts for public services, budget, finance, and public personnel administration. • Effective supervisory, leadership, and management techniques. Ability to: • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. • Analyze, interpret, summarize, and present administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner. • Appraise situations and people accurately and quickly, and adopt an effective course of action. • Manage and provide leadership; serve effectively as the administrative officer of the City Council. • Select, supervise, train, motivate, coach, and evaluate staff. • Develop and implement effective City organizational policies and procedures. • Establish priorities and direct the allocation of City resources. • Build and maintain positive working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, including City Council, co-workers, department heads, other city employees, and the public using principles of good customer service. • Work with various cultural and ethnic groups in a tactful and effective manner.
Knowledge of basic math • basic English • basic computer skills (MS Office functions and Group Wise) • basic supervision • basic types of HVAC systems • basic knowledge of emergency safety systems • custodial (including grounds maintenance) procedure, supplies, tools and equipment. • building crafts skills sufficient to perform minor or routine and emergency repair work • basic knowledge to disconnect/disable building system (i.e., gas, water, and electric) • Department and Board Rules and Regulations.
Knowledge of basic English sufficient to read and understand technical documents relating to • work performed • basic mathematics sufficient to perform electrical computations • basic electricity including standard symbols used in the field, motors, controls, measuring instruments and diagrams • refrigerants and refrigeration systems • refrigeration mechanics, including use of hand tools, power tools, measuring instruments and tubing and piping Ability to: • express oneself clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing • read and understand technical documents and diagrams relating to work performed • diagnose problems using measuring devices, such as voltmeter, ohmmeter, ammeter • diagnose problems by listing to or physically inspecting malfunctioning components • determine type and extent of repair or replacement needed • perform required working a timely manner, in order to prevent loss of perishable food items, using measuring instruments, hand tools, power tools, soldering iron and hand torch • disassemble and reassemble refrigeration units to perform required repairs, adjustments and/or replacement of defective and/or worn parts and components • establish an effective preventive maintenance schedule and perform routine preventive maintenance • keep abreast of new technology in the field • work overtime, including occasional weekends and holidays, to meet work requirements • establish and maintain good work relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Knowledge of. 1. Proper methods, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in modern engineer work.
Knowledge of. Sanitary District operations and practices and related City, county, state and federal regulations, codes and ordinances; waste management and recycling laws, regulations and community standards regarding sewer and solid waste collection; pump station maintenance practices; theories and principles of public management; principles and practices of safety, risk management, personnel supervision and contract administration. Working knowledge of CAD and GIS systems.
Knowledge of mechanics • hand and power tools, testing instruments and other equipment used in repairing and servicing automotive and other motorized equipment • operation and repair characteristics of a variety of automotive and other motorized equipment • diagnosing and troubleshooting techniques on such equipment • preventive maintenance on such equipment • various components, parts, and fluids of such equipment sufficient to perform jobs handled by the garage Ability to: • read and comprehend technical manuals and diagrams • diagnose problems by listening to and physically inspecting or listening to oral descriptions of malfunctioning equipment • use hand and power tools, testing instruments and other equipment in repairing and servicing automotive and other motorized equipment • operate the equipment being repaired or serviced, receiving minimal instructions when necessary • determine types and extent of repairs and services required • plan and organize work to minimize job delays • perform required jobs • instruct others in diagnosing and performing required jobs • work and/or deal with all types of people • keep up with new technology • communicate verbally and in writing so that both technical and non-technical persons can understand