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Accepting applications through January 31st, 2021
Employment dates expected: May - October
Vail Fire and Emergency services is seeking motivated, experienced and physically fit candidates to join our wildland program. The Vail Fire Wildland program is a hybrid fuels and suppression program. The program operates two type 6 engine modules for initial attack and national dispatch. As a wildland firefighter for the Vail wildland program you will participate in fuels reduction including; tree cutting and falling, piling of trees and slash, wildfire home hazard assessments and fire operations including; engine and pump operations, wildland fire suppression and prescribed fire operations.
Response: Wildland Firefighters will respond to all wildfires within the 200 square mile Vail Fire response area as well as mutual aid requests throughout Eagle County. Elevation range within the response area is 6,000-14,000 feet above sea level with many steep and rugged slopes. The modules may also be utilized for other types of all hazard calls as appropriate. Employees will be available for national dispatch as local fire conditionals allow. Employees may be exposed to extreme temperature variations, extended work hours, dust and smoke, insect bites and other unpredictable working conditions.
Schedule: The season will run May through Oct. Employees will work either a 4 day - 10 hour or 5 day- 8 hour schedule based on module and department need. Overtime is based on fire activity and need.
Housing: The Town of Vail offers several different options for employees. Employee housing is available on a limited basis.
We are hiring - Electrical Supervisor / Master Electrician
The Electrical Supervisor / Master Electrician provides administration, coordination of activities, and supervision of the electrical team for Town of Vail facilities. Design, develop and supervise the installation of electrical equipment, components and systems for commercial, industrial and residential use.
- Performs electrical installations, repairs and maintenance as needed. Provides daily supervision of the electrical division’s work force. Performs supervisory responsibilities in accordance to Town’s policies including: interviewing, hiring, and training of employees, planning, assigning and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining.
- Supervises Journeymen Electrician, Apprentice Journeymen and Electrician Helpers.
- Provides customer service – Responds to questions, concerns, wants, and complaints in a courteous and timely manner.
- Analyzes and resolves work problems, and initiates or suggests plans to motivate electrical workers to solve work problems and to achieve work goals.
- Provides training, and scheduling for employees.Conducts electrical division employee performance evaluations. Evaluates employees and provides appropriate feedback.
- Trace out shorted or damaged electrical circuits.
- Ensures the safety of the town’s electrical systems.
- Provides electrical repair and maintenance for all Town of Vail buildings.
- Confers with engineers, customers, and others to discuss existing or potential projects.
- Estimates labor, material, and prepares specifications for purchase of materials and equipment.
- Locates buried Town of Vail electric lines for outside contractors and Town projects.
- Project construction: including building additions or remodels, streetlights, bus shelter lighting, playground and recreation path lighting, and new signage.
- Schedules work assignments and deadlines.
- Recommends measures to improve production methods and equipment performance to increase efficiency and safety.
- Installs power supply wiring and conduit for newly installed equipment and machines.
- Inspects systems and electrical parts to detect hazards, defects, and need for adjustment or repair.
- Inspects completed installation and observes operations for conformance to design and equipment specifications, and operational and safety standards.
- Attends meetings and training as required.
- Conducts meetings pertinent to electrical operations.
- Responsible for execution of scheduled and preventive maintenance.
- Serve the citizens and guests of the Town of Vail by abiding by all Town of Vail core values.
- Perform job in accordance with all Town of Vail safety practices.
- Follow environmentally friendly practices.
- Other duties as assigned.
WE ARE HIRING!
The Vail Police Department is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officer openings. Qualified applicants must be experienced police officers or police academy graduates passionate about joining our progressive police department and serving in a resort mountain community. As a member of the Vail Police Department they will perform the duties of a sworn law enforcement officer, as designated by the command staff under the Chief of Police. This position is responsible for enforcing laws and ordinances set by the State of Colorado and Town of Vail. Work involves prevention, detection and investigation of accident and criminal activities, security and safety of prisoners, protection for the public and maintaining law and order. Officers must be able to act without direct supervision in emergency situations.
El Departamento de Policía de Vail esta aceptando solicitudes para llenar futuras vacantes de Oficiales de Policía mediante contratación lateral. Candidatos solicitantes deben ser Oficiales de Policía con experiencia con pasión por unirse a nuestro Departamento de Policía progresista para servir a una comunidad en un centro turístico alpino. Como miembro del Departamento de Policía de Vail, llevarán a cabo los deberes de un Oficial de Seguridad Publica juramentado, según sea designando por personal de comando bajo el Jefe de la Policía. Esta posición es responsable de asegurar el cumplimiento de leyes y ordenanzas establecidas por el estado de Colorado y el Pueblo de Vail. Trabajo incluye prevenir, detectar e investigar accidentes y actividades criminales, seguridad y salvaguarda de prisioneros, protección del público y mantener la ley y el orden. Oficiales deben poder actuar sin supervisión directa en situaciones de emergencia.
Are you interested in living and working in Vail, CO? Imagine skiing, camping and an amazing community just outside your backdoor.
When asked, many of our employees say that working for the Town of Vail feels like family. Our employees continually strive for excellence and take pride in serving the community. Mountain views, a professional team and the benefits are just some of the things we all love about working here! See our video here! We invite you to learn more about the working with us....
The Town of Vail is now accepting applications for openings as an Emergency Services Dispatchers to join the Communications Department. Our state of the art communication facility is located in Vail, and dispatches emergency service calls 24-hours per day – 365 days a year, for 13 public safety agencies in Eagle County. This role ensures community safety through effective communications duties via phone and radio systems to support county-wide Police, Fire, and EMS agencies. To find out more about the Vail Public Safety Communications Center please visit their website.
Dispatch duties include, but are not limited to:
- Receiving and analyzing 911 calls as well as non-emergent and TTY phone calls for Police, Fire, and EMS service.
- Performing Emergency Medical Dispatch when appropriate.
- Operating and utilizing the Computer Aided Dispatch Computer System (CAD) throughout all calls for service.
- Distributing calls for service via the 800 MHz radio system.
- Receiving and monitoring alarms throughout Eagle County.
- Performing various requests on the CCIC/NCIC system including warrant entries.
- Updating the media broadcast information on road conditions.
- Initiating the Emergency Alert System when needed.
- Training new dispatchers and being responsible for individual projects.
Do you have a CDL? Receive a $500 BONUS upon hire!
Housing Available (space is limited).
Live and work in Vail this winter! The Town of Vail Colorado is seeking enthusiastic & reliable people who are interested in working as a bus driver for the winter 2020-2021 ski season. As a bus driver you will be responsible for safely operating a public transportation bus for picks up, transports, and drop off passengers on a prescribed route, on time and in accordance with local, state and federal standards. Drivers must also practice safe defensive driving techniques, be knowledgeable and provide guests with schedule/route information, assist disabled guest on and off the bus and complete reports of all accidents, damage, or incidents of vandalism. Drivers may be assigned to bus wash as needed. The working week is 40 hours made up of 4 & 5 days with new hires mostly working weekends & nights. The bus service runs from 5:30am to 2:30am daily.
Safety is top priority for us! In order to help keep our drivers safe we have nightly bus disinfecting procedures, driver protection barriers, mask requirements on buses and Town of Vail issued sanitizer and personal protective equipment.
The Town of Vail is now accepting applications for future openings as a Code Enforcement Officer. Applicants will be notified when we begin a hiring process to ensure you are still interested. This is the best way to be considered for the next opening on the team!
This is an incredible opportunity to interact with your community and help support the Vail Police department's mission to provide a sense of safety and security to the public. This position promotes effective community commitment through enforcement of Town Ordinances and citizen interaction. This role requires building effective relations with the community we live in and communicating with the general public, problem solving, handling difficult situations and an overall passion to help others.
Code Enforcement Officer duties include, but are not limited to:
- Enforces the Town of Vail Municipal Ordinances. Conducts field inspections of violations and takes appropriate action. Conducts follow-up investigations to include written documentation to ensure compliance with appropriate codes and ordinances. May testify in court and before administrative hearings.
- Responds to requests for information, assistance or complaints from business owners, guests and community members.
- Assists Vail Peace Officers and other Town of Vail departments in their duties.
- Patrols the town in a town vehicle, bicycle, or on foot.
- Provides traffic control, motorist and citizen assists. Including assisting CDOT with I-70 and Vail Pass closures.
- Investigates code violations.
- Investigates minor traffic crashes and issues non-moving traffic citations when appropriate.
- Conducts VIN inspections.
- Monitors loading & delivery areas and issues appropriate permits, answers questions, and provides directions to commercial drivers and event promoters.
- Provides directions and general assistance to guests and residents.
- Compiles statistics and assisting in coverage for Police Records areas
- All other duties as assigned.