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The Town of Vail is seeking a Maintenance Worker II to join the public works department for the winter 21/22 season. This position is responsible for collecting & maintaining trash receptacles, winter snow removal, park cleanliness, upkeep of facilities, and street maintenance operations. While the duties will vary depending on the season, providing guest service throughout the Town of Vail is always a priority.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Maintain trash/recycle containers, pet pickup stations and call in trash/recycle dumpsters when full.
- Maintain the cleanness of Vail Village, LH Mall, & Bus Routes and stops.
- Perform all snow maintenance including snow shoveling, snow plowing/sanding/hauling.
- Work call-out, overtime, special events, holidays/shift/schedule changes, and 24hr Emergency Response.
- Assist with Special Events including installation /removal of banners.
- Traffic control flagger.
- Special projects such as removal of stickers and graffiti, holiday decorating and more.
- Operate small equipment and various tools.
- Pickup/ Drop off library books.
- Perform vehicle maintenance includes tire chains rebuilding, greasing equipment, cutting edges, and all other types of minor repairs.
- 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.
- Attend training as required.
- Other duties as assigned.
The Town of Vail is seeking a Maintenance Worker II to join the public works department. This position is responsible for collecting & maintaining trash receptacles, winter snow removal, park cleanliness, upkeep of facilities, and street maintenance operations. While the duties will vary depending on the season, providing guest service through out the Town of Vail is always a priority.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Clean, repair and maintain-streets, bridges, walkways, stairs, parking lots, culverts, catch basins, ditches, rec. paths and shop facility. Keep all pedestrian areas, stairs, sidewalks, walk paths, bridges, and bus stops clear of snow and ice. Keep the villages clean by continuing checking them and hand sweeping daily, changing trash containers, and walking the villages, frontage roads, and interstate picking up trash.
The Town of Vail is now recruiting a Planner to join our Community Development Department. Since its incorporation in 1966, Vail has earned the distinction as North America’s Premier International Mountain Resort Community. With more open space than any other community of its kind, free transit and other environmentally-sensitive services, plus an abundance of recreational, cultural and educational opportunities, Vail has become not only a great place to visit, but an even better place to live and work. With a large number of development review applications and new development activity this is undoubtedly an exciting time to be part of the Town of Vail planning team.
We are looking for a self-motivated, dedicated individual with an exceptional work ethic who has demonstrated abilities in handling multiple projects and a heavy workload to join our high-performing team. The selected candidate shall be customer-service oriented with a positive attitude, and will primarily perform current planning duties in development review.
Specific responsibilities include: Responding to zoning and development questions; reviewing and analyzing development and architectural plans for compliance with all Town of Vail development standards and guidelines; providing professional counsel and expertise to applicants, the public, and decision-making boards; offering solutions to planning issues; writing technical reports, performing complex research, and making presentations to decision-making boards.
The Town of Vail, Colorado, the premier mountain community and international resort, is seeking guest service gurus and champions, to join our Summer Parking team. Sound like you? Parking Booth Attendants are responsible for collecting parking fees and maintaining records for parking structure operations.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Responsible for collecting parking fees from customers with accuracy and a smile.
- Prepare and complete accurate records and reports.
- Assist customers in a courteous manner, and answering general questions with a fun positive attitude.
- Perform various traffic control responsibilities.
- Responds to citizen and guest questions, concerns and complaints in a timely, courteous and helpful manner to exceed expectations.
- Monitors all radio traffic; communicating with appropriate coworkers and management when necessary.
- Audit cars in parking lot and monitors parking facilities for space availability and safety concerns.
- Change signage at parking locations and communicate as needed to guests.
- Uphold the Town of Vail values.
- Drive Town of Vail vehicles.
- All other duties as assigned.
This position is exposed to car emissions, dust, fumes and adverse weather conditions.
Shifts / Schedules
Schedule may include day shifts, overnight shifts and holidays.
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.
The Town of Vail is now hiring a Sweeper Operator / Maintenance Technician to join the Facility Maintenance Department. The Town of Vail takes pride in our facilities and works hard to keep the facilities well maintained. This position will assist the mechanical maintenance workers in providing clean functional and well-maintained facilities and associated systems through the performance of the following duties.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Operating small equipment on a daily basis, sweeper.
- Responsible for the cleaning, maintenance, and some repair of Town of Vail parking structures.
- Basic maintenance of the heating systems, fire alarm systems, garage doors, compressors, traffic control gates and snow-melt systems.
- General building maintenance such as routine plumbing, electrical, and other related maintenance & custodial activities.
APPLY TODAY for Winter 2021/2022
Housing (space is limited) and end of season bonus available.
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 2021-2022 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.
Executive Director – Eagle Valley Child Care Association
Salary: $70,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year, depending on qualifications
Eagle Valley Child Care Association (EVCCA) is seeking an experienced Executive Director to lead the organization, which includes 2 child care locations in Vail and Edwards.
The Executive Director has overall responsibility and accountability for the program management, financial management, staff development and parent involvement activities for EVCCA’s early childhood programs.
- EVCCAOversees 2 locations (Vail Child Care Center and Miller Ranch Child Care Center) which includes a total of 9 classrooms, more than 20 employees including 2 site directors and a maximum of 114 children.
- Provides leadership and facilitation to ensure delivery of quality services as outlined in the mission of EVCCA and in compliance with applicable regulations.
- Recruits, hires, schedules, manages payroll and completes performance management and evaluations for staff.
- Complies with state childcare licensing regulations
- Works with the EVCCA Board and keeps them up to date on financials, policies, questions and concerns.
Police Academy Sponsorship
Have you ever dreamed of being a Police Officer? The Vail Police Department is accepting applications for a future Police Academy Sponsorship. Qualified applicants must meet or exceed all POST requirementsand be passionate about joining our progressive police department. The ideal candidate possesses related work experience and a desire to provide community oriented policing in our resort mountain town.
Individuals selected for this position will participate in a 612 hour Police Academy in Glenwood Springs at CMC Spring Valley Campus at the Town of Vail’s cost for the academy tuition and all associated academy related costs, excluding room/board, travel and food. Academy recruits are paid $29.00/hr during the academy and offered employment as a Vail Police Officer contingent upon completion of the academy, POST certification and a vacancy in the department. All other pre-employment requirements must be met at the start of academy.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate the aptitude to be a successful officer following training and alignment with the Vail Police Department values; Integrity, Ecellence, Collaboration, and Leadership.
Upon filling a vacancy as a full-time Vail Police Officer you 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.
Alguna vez ha soñado ser un Oficial de la Policía? El Departamento de Policía de Vail esta aceptando solicitudes para patrocinio futuro a la Academia de Policía. Solicitantes calificados deben poder cumplir o exceder los requerimientos POST y tener pasión por unirse a nuestro Departamento de Policía progresista. El candidato ideal posee experiencia laboral relacionado y un deseo por proveer patrullaje orientado a la comunidad en nuestro pueblo turístico montañoso. Individuos interesados para esta posición participaran en un curso de Academia de Policía de 612 horas en Glenwood Springs en Agusto cuyo costo de colegiatura es absorbido por el Pueblo de Vail así como todos los gastos relacionados, excluyendo hospedaje, comida y viáticos. Reclutas a la Academia reciben un salario de $29.00 por hora durante la Academia de Policía y al concluirla reciben una oferta de trabajo como Oficial de Policía de Vail siempre y cuando se hayan graduado, obtengan la certificación POST y haya una vacante en el Departamento de Policía de Vail. Todos los demás requerimientos de pre-empleo deben satisfacerse antes de comenzar la Academia.
Oportunidades de patrocinio futuras están disponibles a todos los empleados internos del Pueblo de Vail así como para candidatos externos calificados que son bilingües (español e ingles). Solicitantes deben poder demostrar aptitud para ser Oficiales exitosos al concluir su entrenamiento y alineación con los valores del Departamento de Policía; compañerismo, propiedad, liderazgo, integridad, carácter y excelencia son críticos.
Al llenar la vacante como un Oficial de tiempo completo del Departamento de Policía de Vail, según se le asigne por la Comandancia bajo el Jefe de la Policía. Esta posición es responsable de hacer valer las leyes y ordenanzas establecidas por el Estado de Colorado y el Pueblo de Vail. El trabajo incluye prevención, detectar e investigar accidentes y actividades criminales, seguridad y salvaguarda de prisioneros, protección del publico y mantener la ley y el orden. Oficiales deben poder actuar sin supervisión directa y en situaciones de emergencia.
The Town of Vail is now accepting applications for openings as an Emergency Services Dispatcher. Emergency dispatching is an exciting career that is fast paced, very rewarding & is an essential role in public safety. By providing critical services to the community, as an emergency dispatcher, you can make a difference!
Our state-of-the-art communication facility is located in Vail, CO and dispatches emergency service calls 24/7 – 365 days a year, for 13 public safety agencies in Eagle County. This very important role ensures community safety utilizing 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, analyzing & prioritizing 911 calls as well as non-emergent phone calls for Police, Fire, and EMS service.
- Performing Emergency Medical Dispatch when appropriate and giving lifesaving instructions over the phone to callers.
- Effectively utilizing a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system to prioritize calls, record incident details & identify the status and location of responders in the field.
- Distributing calls for service for Police, Fire & Medical units according to guidelines.
- Monitoring radio traffic for Police, Fire & Medical units.
- Access a secure, nationwide database to look up confidential records for responders, including driver and vehicle registration statuses & warrants.
- Sending emergency alerts to the public.
Looking for a four-day work week?
Want to use your skills giving back to the Vail community?
The Town of Vail is seeking a service oriented Journey-level Mechanic to perform preventative maintenance and repairs on all vehicles and equipment owned by the Town with emphasis on Fire trucks, Police cars, Plow trucks, and Transit buses. Mechanics monitor the two-way radio and respond to road calls and perform field repairs as necessary. Additionally mechanics are responsible for evaluating work requisitions, determining if vehicle/equipment is safe to operate and prioritize work requests. This is a fast paced work environment that offers highly motivated individuals the opportunities to grow and develop their career as a mechanic. The Town of Vail offers great training and truly believes in investing in our employees through training. Do you enjoy the mountain lifestyle? The fleet maintenance "shop" is located 1 mile from Vail Village / Vail Mountain and has incredible views of Gore Range (we promise it never gets old).
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.