Apply by May 26th
The Town of Vail’s mission is to grow a vibrant, diverse economy and community and preserve our surrounding natural environment, providing our citizens and guests with exceptional services and an abundance of premier recreational, cultural and educational opportunities. One major component of this is our special events. The Town of Vail is seeking a qualified individual to join our team as a Special Events Coordinator. This role will coordinate the overall town operation for special events including; development and implementation of event permitting process, multi-department coordination for event success and to enforce permit compliance and financial transactions associated with fulfillment of these programs. This position will also work in conjunction with the Economic Development Team and Assistant Town Manager to accomplish program objectives. The Special Events Coordinator will receive primary work direction, review and guidance from the Economic Development Director, while also receiving some direction from the Town Council, Commission on Special Events, Town Manager and other staff members associated with event programming.
Essential job duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Act as a first point of contact for all special event inquiries and services.
- Plan and oversee the weekly Event Review Committee (ERC) meetings.
- Provide administrative support to the Committee on Sprecial Events (CSE) to include invoicing, collection and payment processing of all applicable Special Event Permit fees.
- Facilitate communications between event producers, Town of Vail staff and the business community.
- Respond to inquiries from prospective event producers and provide information on potential venues, opportunities, scheduling and permit requirements.
- Work directly with event producers throughout the Special Event approval process to ensure that the event can be as successful as possible and that all Town of Vail requirements are met.
- Process, distribute and record appropriately all approved special event permits without duplication of effort.
- Manage other special event permits including photo/filming, special business promotions, etc.
- Continue to develop policies that will facilitate the permitting process while delivering more successful, safe and environmentally sensitive events.
- Oversee, evaluate and improve VailPermits.com, optimizing process for event promoters and TOV staff.
- Oversee event compliance with Town of Vail regulations.
- Cross-train to ensure that skills are shared among the Economic Development Department team to manage customer needs in the absence of the assigned personnel.
- Work with event producers and provide support for event scheduling and venue selection to ensure a balance of activity throughout the year and throughout the town.
- Maintain records of event programs and TOV funding.
- Analyze event effectiveness, scheduling, logistics, etc. and make recommendations as appropriate, both for internal TOV departments and external event promoters.
- Other duties as assigned.
Housing Available (limited)
Seasonal dates: Early May- mid October
The Town of Vail is now hiring for the Parks Maintenance and Cleaning crew. This position will perform all aspects of summer parks and landscape maintenance activities throughout the Town of Vail with specific focus on cleanliness and upkeep of the parks and their restrooms. They may be assigned to perform specific functions within the Parks & Landscape Division (i.e. flowerbed maintenance, park maintenance, irrigation, etc.).
Job duties will include:
- Clean and maintain restrooms
- Refill toilet paper, hand towels, soap
- General cleaning of floors
- Check and clean playground area
- Patrol parking lot area for debris
- Keep all pedestrian areas, stairs, sidewalks, walk paths clean
- Stock dog bag dispensers
- Assist other crews when time allows
- Park area sweeping and trash removal
- Safety inspection and playground surface maintenance
Seasonal dates: May- mid October
Position is tentative scheduled to start early May.
Housing Available (limited)
The Town of Vail is now hiring experienced landscapers to join the summer grounds maintenance and irrigation crew. This positions overall responsibility is to ensure the parks and open spaces are well maintained throughout the summer. We are seeking crew members who are willing to work hard and have previous experience. Crew members may be designated to one specific crew (ground maintenance or irrigation) depending on skill set or may be assigned to float between all landscaping crews and work as needed.
What type of work you can expect:
- Inspections and basic maintenance for the Town of Vail’s irrigation system.
- Perform digging & shovel work.
- Assist with spring clean up including raking, sweeping, trash removal, fertilization.
- Maintenance of Town of Vail parks and open space properties including, general maintenance and care of park landscapes, gardens, lawns, grounds, etc.
- Operates all grounds maintenance equipment; riding mowers, hand mowers and utility vehicles.
- May be assigned to other specific functions within the Public Works Department.
Seasonal dates: Early May - mid October
Anticipated schedule: 4 days / 10 hour shifts. 7am - 5:30pm
Position is tentative scheduled to start early May
Housing Available (limited)
The Town of Vail is now hiring highly motivated people to join our landscape/flowerbed maintenance crew this summer. Our team takes pride in our summer flower beds to ensure our community looks spectacular all summer long. The work is not easy, but for those who are detail oriented, enjoy hard work and being outside - it is very rewarding!
Crew members will be responsible for the upkeep of the flower beds (ie: planting, weeding, dead-heading, trimming, etc.), shrubbery, and general aesthetics of the town's landscaping. This will entail planting thousands of flowers in the towns round-abouts and other designated areas from East Vail to West Vail. Additional tasks may include, minor park/landscape projects, assisting with unloading of work trucks, site set up of plant materials, and use of installation tools according to company safety policy. May be assigned to other specific functions within the Public Works Department.
Seasonal dates: May - mid October
Hours: 4 days / 10 hour shifts. 7am - 5:30pm (typically Tues - Friday)
*Housing May be Available*
The Town of Vail is seeking a Maintenance Worker I to join the public works department for the winter. This position is responsible for shoveling / clearing of snow and ice , trash collecting & maintaining trash receptacles, upkeep of facilities, and street maintenance operations. While the duties will vary depending, 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, ice and trash. 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.
*Employees with successful performance may be considered for summer seasonal employment.
Intersted? Apply online and contact Charlie Turnbull (970)390-3008.
*This is a temporary full-time position budgeted through December 2019*
Health insurance is offered
The Town of is now hiring a Construction Inspector to join the public works team for the 2019 construction season (April - December). This position will provide construction management and inspection for three bridge projects located in the Town of Vail: Forest Road Bridge Repair, Kinnikinnick Road Bridge Deck Replacement and the Bridge Road Bridge Replacement projects, and one stream restoration project involving boulder work. The Bridge Road project is funded partially with Federal Bridge Off System (BRO) funds and will have CDOT oversight. This position will be responsible for day-to-day activities as assigned by the Project Manger. These responsibilities may include documentation and inspection of construction activities, supervision and documentation of time and material work, and preparation of daily diaries documenting contractor activities and relevant observations. This position is project specific and the expected time period for the work described is April 15, 2019 to December 15, 2019. Work is anticipated to be mainly Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm. Work may periodically be required on weekends. Work weeks may be in excess of or less than the standard 40-hour week, with an average of 40 hour work weeks. Hours work per week may be flexible based on construction activity and approval of the Town Engineer.
Job duties include, but are not limited to the following:
- Monitoring and documenting contractor payroll compliance
- Anticipating project problems and notifying the Project Manager of anticipated problems
- Reviewing drawings and data submitted by the construction contractor and suppliers for conformance with the intent of the specifications
- Preparation of inspection documentation for review of contractor progress payments
- Preparation of daily project construction diaries
- Aiding in the preparation of correspondence to the contractor and CDOT staff as applicable
- Providing liaison and communication to the contractor field crews
- Assist in preparing responses to contractors’ and suppliers’ requests for information, submittals, change notices, claims and correspondence.
- Perform EEO/AA/DBE/OJT or labor compliance tasks as required by CDOT on the Bridge Road project
- Review contractor progress payments for accuracy and compliance with the contract plans and specifications
- 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.
Salary: Depends on qualifications
Please email Tom Kassmel, email@example.com for the full job descriptions or questions about the position.
This position is for someone who loves data!
The Town of Vail is now hiring an Asset Management Analyst to be responsible for the Department of Public Works/Transportation’s GIS-centric asset management, cost accounting, and work order Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). This system supports the day-to-day operations of the Streets, Facility Maintenance, and Parks Divisions. Under the direction of the Town of Vail’s General Services Administrator and the GIS Coordinator, the Asset Management Analyst will perform a full range of CMMS functions and serves as an integral team member in the establishment and integration of work flow processes for asset management, GIS, cost accounting and work order tasks. The position plays a key role in the geodatabase and asset management database collection, creation, assembly, and accuracy.
If you are excited about diving in and developing a new system / processes with GIS data development and maintenance, as well as various methods and techniques of data collection, digitizing, and conversion we would like to hear from you!
Salary Range: $53,878 - $78,122
Asset Management Analyst duties include, but are not limited to:
- Assists in the development, implementation and coordination of the Town of Vail’s asset management/work order system used to monitor the location, identification, condition, and maintenance costs of town assets for the Public Work’s operational divisions.
- Collects, organizes, processes, and distributes GPS field data for use in GIS and CMMS and ensures proper integration and functionality between the two programs. Works with operations and management to identify asset inventory gap and needs.
- Works with users at all levels to integrate CMMS’s role in developing operational priorities, standards, and work flows that align with department goals and objectives. Identifies trends and evaluates work progress.
- Supports department managers in asset capital planning.
- Supports, advises, and trains users on the general use of the CMMS to include work orders, time and task tracking functions, asset inspections, and accurate data entry.
- Supports department by providing technological direction, training, and expertise in the use of laptops, tablets, GPS units, and other mobile devices as they relate to ArcGIS and CMMS to meet operational goals. Researches, suggests, and implements technological advances to support streamlined and accurate data input.
- When necessary, modifies asset data to accurately reflect physical attributes, characteristics, and condition assessments to support integrity of asset data analysis and reporting.
- Assists with the establishment, configuration, security, and maintenance of user profiles within GIS and CMMS.
- Configures users’ software interface, templates, inspection forms and other relevant documents in order to streamline department work.
- Assists with the uploading of building plans, equipment warranties and records, police reports, outside vendor condition assessments, and all other pertinent records as they relate to establishing a more comprehensive asset record.
- Works closely with the department’s accounts payable function to ensure that the inclusion of materials data and associated costs are reflected in the CMMS in an accurate and timely manner.
- Prepares financial, operational, maintenance, budgetary, and other technical reports using the CMMS report structure for users at all levels.
- Aids department staff in the day-to-day quality control of data input. Helps to rectify discrepancies and reaches out to department employees and supervisors to ensure proper procedures are being consistently followed and the CMMS is being used to its full potential to produce the highest quality analytics/reporting.
- Creates, plots, and delivers maps for department and outside sources as directed. Develops GIS drawings as requested and responds to inquiries and general requests involving GIS-related matters when necessary.
- Maintains up-to-date working knowledge of geospatial technologies and state of the art practices. Keeps current with asset management best practices, trends, and innovations. Maintains professional networks and attends training in order to support ongoing initiatives and as necessary to advance skills in all areas of responsibility.
- Assists GIS Coordinator in the maintenance and enhancement of existing geospatial datasets and web map applications and proactively seeks opportunities to create/obtain new useful datasets for use in GIS and CMMS.
- Performs hardware (e.g. plotter, GPS) upkeep, and other technical tasks as required.
- Performs job in accordance with all Town of Vail safety practices.
- Serves the citizens and guests of Vail while abiding by all Town of Vail core values.
The Town of Vail, Colorado, the premier mountain community and international resort, is seeking guest service oriented applicants, to join our team. The Deputy Court Clerk supports the Court Administrator and handles all processes of the court including summons uploads from the police Brazos ticket writing system, answering phone inquiries, assisting walk-in customers, filing, data entry, preparing documents, mailing or emailing documents and using the 2 software systems. Also perform all financial duties within the court and relating to finance and the central cashier of the Town of Vail.
This position is perfect for someone seeking part-time hours who has an understanding of the judicial process, or the strong desire to learn. Calm, clear and independent decision making is essential, coupled with a professional demeanor and strong administrative background.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Process cases start to finish to include creating a file, disposition, review and breakdown
- Master the Fullcourt Enterprise case management and Clancy parking ticket systems
- Deal with all financial matters including collection of fines, jury demands, bonds, reconciliations
- Direct money to the town's revenue accounts, defendants, victims and other agencies
- Communicate professionally and maturely when dealing with defendants, attorneys, police and all participants
- Report accurately to Department of Motor Vehicle and all inquiring agencies
- Disseminate information according to Public Records Act and law enforcement agencies
- Adhere to Municipal Court Rules of Procedure and other governing entities
- Manage the process for the judge, defendants, victims, prosecutor , attorney, police agency and all stakeholders
- Oversee the Clancy Parking Ticket System
- Other duties as assigned
Shifts / Schedules
3 days a week -- around 20-24 hours / per week. Available to work additional hours to cover when court adminstrator is out of office.
Prevent loss, serve others, protect and enhance the quality of life
Deadline for applications - March 15, 2019. 1700 hrs. Mountain Time
Pay Range $26.89 - $37.11
This is a dual-role position with approximately 50% of time spent in the position of Wildland Crew Lead and 50% as a Fire Inspector. The Wildland Crew Leader is a front-line supervisor of the wildfire crew responsible for the safety and productivity of their assigned crew. The incumbent responds as a supervisory firefighter to various emergency situations that present risk to the public as well as supervise and participate in a comprehensive wildfire-fuel reduction program. The Wildland Crew Leader reports to the Wildland Program Manager. The Fire Inspector engages in various fire prevention and community risk reduction activities including fire inspections, plan review and public education. The Fire Inspector may also conduct fire investigations. The Fire Inspector reports to the Fire Marshal.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- 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.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Implements formal and informal training programs to comply with policy and regulations.
Wildland Crew Lead
- Serves as a supervisory wildland firefighter on a wildland fire engine.
- Directs the operation of a wildland fire engine in emergency and non-emergency situations.
- Responsible for the operation and maintenance of specialized equipment used to respond to wildland and prescribed fire situations.
- Provides technical and administrative supervision to wildland fire crews.
- Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjusts short term priorities and prepares schedules for completion of work.
- Develops performance standards and evaluates work performance of subordinates
- Gives advice, counsel, or instruction to employees on both work and administrative matters.
- Hears and resolves minor complaints from employees. Refers group grievances and more serious unresolved complaints to higher-level supervisor or manager.
- Provides for crew safety and welfare and implements a training program in compliance with applicable requirements.
- Ensures work conditions conform to agency safety programs
- Identifies and corrects job safety and health hazards
- Work with homeowners, community stakeholders and federal agencies in an effort to educate and mitigate potential threats to these communities by wildland fire.
- The position is fiscally responsible in its role, helps manages the town resources for the future, but does not have direct budget responsibilities.
- This position is responsible for expenses and/or purchases within assigned functional areas and projects. Expenses exceeding $5,000 or exceeding approved budgets require approval.
- Provides day-to-day work direction to peers or serves as a resource for less experienced employees.
- Decisions and actions made on the job effect their safety and the levels of service provided. Has an impact on the organization, community and guest experience by serving as an ambassador of the town.
Accountability and Decision-Making
- Investigate potential fire code violations.
- Document violations of the fire code and safety hazards. Communicate with the customer regarding violations and develop strategies to achieve resolution.
- Responsible for the plan review and inspection process for new development, new construction, and tenant improvement projects in accordance with adopted standards, polices and codes.
- This position requires the review of plans submittals for the installation of fire alarm and fire suppression systems in accordance with applicable codes and standards.
- This position requires the ability to conduct field inspection and testing of fire and life safety systems and building elements such as emergency lighting, exiting, emergency generator operations and site access.
- Receive and investigate complaints from members of the public.
- Responsible for the inspection of various occupancies and for inspecting and testing of fire protection and detection systems and equipment in accordance with adopted codes, standards, and policies
- May serve on the Event Review Committee and provide input and direction for life safety considerations for special events.
- May serve on the Design Review Team.
- Conduct or supervise fire investigations. Ability to document fire scenes. Document and preserve evidence. Produce and provide oral or written testimony or reports.
- May recommend criminal charges or issue summons as appropriate as they pertain to arson, fire code, and hazardous materials violations. Works closely with law enforcement agencies for the presentation of criminal cases.
- Responsible for planning, staffing, and delivering public education programs.
- Perform a wide variety of clerical work including: filing, tracking, checking various records.
Wildland Crew Lead
- The position has a direct impact on the services provided by the Town of Vail and is generally given instruction by the supervisor.
- This position has a high degree of autonomy and routinely exercises independent decision-making that has significant consequence.
Selection process will consist of Resume Review and Oral Interview.
- Candidates should submit a detailed resume that specifically addresses the required minimum qualifications as well as preferred qualifications. Resume and copies of required/preferred certifications/qualifications should be uploaded at time of application as a single document.
Questions regarding this position may be directed to Fire Chief Mark Novak, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Are you looking for an opportunity to interact with your community and share your love for Vail?
We have a few winter shifts open on our amazing team at the Welcome Center with plenty of opportunity to pick up more! We are seeking a qualified guest service guru to work from 8:30am - 5pm on either Thursday, Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday in the Lionshead Welcome Center.
About the position:
Together with the team this position will deliver five star guest service within the center and extending throughout the resort community. The centers offer resort information, free resources, help with lodging, dining, transportation, shopping, day trip ideas and more. The Welcome Center Associate has the opportunity to meet and interact with people from all walks of life from all over the world. Our vision for this role is that we find outgoing individuals who will bring friendliness and knowledge of Vail to the services provided by the Vail Welcome Centers. This is a part-time, year-round position.
The Welcome Centers are open 7 days a week.
Ability to make an impact:
- Provides accurate and helpful information to all visitors while exceeding their expectations with high quality guest service.
- Acts as an ambassador to the Vail community, maintaining a positive and welcoming environment that creates a memorable experience to our guests.
- Continually looks for ways to improve performance, services and programs.
- Provides helpful information to guests in addition to responding to guest inquiries. Offers suggestions and addresses concerns in a timely and professional manner.
- Handles repetitive questions, scenarios and tasks with enthusiasm and professionalism.
- Maintains a proper display of materials such as brochures, visitor packets, maps, etc.
- Upholds relationships with local businesses, knows store hours, product/services.
- Tracks referrals and visitor numbers in order to prepare reports.
- Offers eye contact, smiles, and engages with everyone who enters the centers.
- Is alert to safety factors and facility maintenance needs.
- Ensures Welcome Centers are clean and organized at all times.
- Presents professional appearance including following dress code, personal appearance standards, and professional communications.
- Other duties as assigned
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.
Apply Today! Position will remain open until filled.
The Town of Vail Building Department is seeking an Electrical/Combo Inspector to join their team! This position will work M-F and perform code compliance inspections for all new construction, renovation, alteration, addition and repair projects in the community. Additionally, the position performs electrical plan reviews to ensure proper code compliance is achieved. The position ensures that minimum health and safety standards are followed to protect resident and visitor occupants in all buildings within the Town of Vail.
This position is perfect for someone looking to further their career into something more.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Interprets the National Electrical Code and other building codes adopted by the town to ensure intent and compliance are met.
- Performs electrical, plumbing, mechanical, building and related inspections of commercial and residential construction projects to ensure code compliance.
- Performs commercial and residential electrical plan reviews to verify that drawings for new construction, renovations, alterations, additions and repairs are code compliant, as needed.
- Investigates complaints and citizen requests on construction and posts Stop Work Orders and Dangerous Building notices, as required.
- Identifies potentially unsafe or illegal conditions at construction sites and reports findings to the Chief Building Official.
- May schedule daily inspection requests on active building, planning, and public works permits.
- Supports the team-driven concepts of the division and department and willingly participates in team functions, meetings and activities.
- Serves the citizens and guests of the Town of Vail by abiding by all Town of Vail core values.
- Performs job in accordance with all Town of Vail safety practices.
- Other duties as assigned.
*This position is not a Town of Vail position - Employment will be with the Eagle Valley Child Care Association*
The Eagle Valley Child Care Association is currently hiring for Early Childhood Educators and Assistant Early Childhood Teachers.
Operating 2 early childhood centers in Eagle County (Edwards, & Vail) the organization aims to provide high quality early learning programs to the children of Eagle County by:
- Providing a developmentally appropriate, discovery based learning environment that meets the needs of every child’s healthy cognitive, language, motor, social and emotional development.
- Providing supportive parenting guidance to every family enrolled in our programs.
- Providing the business community with a way to assure quality care for their employees through our Business Partner program.
Eagle Valley Child Care Association is seeking applicants to join our team of early childhood professionals at the Vail Child Care Center to work with children ages 8 weeks-6 years. Early childhood education and experience preferred. Training is available for the assistant position.
Full or Part Time, benefits available.
Apply Now! Please send resume to email@example.com or 970-476-1615.
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 o egresados de la Academia de Policía 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! We are proud to share that we have been reviewed and certified as a Great Place to Work® for our workplace culture. 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.
¡Ven y trabaja con nosotros!
Vail es un resort de montaña de primera
Con un margen de populación permanente de 5,000 personas (aumenta hasta los 45,000 en la temporada) esto le da el sentido de un pueblo pequeño con las formalidades de una ciudad grande.
El pueblo de Vail provee protección policiaca y de bomberos, así como vasta transportación, obras públicas y una hermosa librería pública. Para mantener todas estas áreas fundamentales trabajando, el pueblo de Vail maneja el sistema administrativo, finanzas, recursos humanos, desarrollo comunitario, sistema informativo y responsabilidades de la corte. Cada uno de estos departamentos ofrece una gran variedad de trabajos y combinación de horas que pueden ajustarse a cualquier horario. Ya sea que usted esté buscando un trabajo temporal de tiempo completo, temporal de tiempo parcial, o de tiempo completo todo el año, el pueblo tiene algo para usted.
¿Está usted interesado en vivir y trabajar en Vail, CO? Imagínese esquiando o acampando y con una comunidad maravillosa afuera de su puerta trasera.
Cuando se les pregunta, muchos de nuestros empleados dicen que el trabajar para el Pueblo de Vail se siente como estar en familia. Nuestros empleados continuamente se esfuerzan a la excelencia y les da orgullo el servir a la comunidad (y les da orgullo servir a la comunidad). La vista de la montaña, un equipo profesional, y los beneficios, son solo unas de las cosas por las cuales nos encanta trabajar aquí. Estamos orgullosos de compartir que fuimos evaluados y certificados como un lugar estupendo para trabajar (Great Place to Work®). Vea nuestro video aquí, le invitamos a aprender más acerca de trabajar con nosotros.
El pueblo de Vail está aceptando solicitudes de empleo para la posición de Operador de Servicios de Emergencia y unirse al Departamento de Comunicaciones. Nuestras instalaciones innovadas con lo último en comunicación, están localizadas en Vail y despacha llamadas de emergencia las 24 horas al día y los 365 días del año a un total de 13 agencias de seguridad pública en el condado de Eagle. Este oficio asegura una comunicación efectiva con seguridad pública mediante el teléfono y un sistema de radio operaciones que apoya a las agencias de policía, bomberos y paramédicos a lo largo del condado. Para saber más acerca del Centro de Comunicaciones de Seguridad Pública de Vail favor de visitar el sitio web.
Algunas de las obligaciones del operador incluyen, pero no están limitadas a:
- Recibir y analizar llamadas de servicio al 911 al igual que llamadas no emergentes y teletipo para la Policía, Bomberos, y Paramédicos.
- Ejecutar Despacho Médico de Emergencia cuando sea apropiado.
- Operar y utilizar el sistema operativo asistente de despacho a lo largo de todas las llamadas de servicio.
- Distribuir las llamadas de servicio mediante un sistema de radio de 800MHz
- Recibir y monitorizar alarmas en el condado de Eagle
- Ejecutar varios requisitos en el sistema CCIC/NCIC incluyendo ingreso de orden judicial.
- Actualizar medios de comunicación y transmitir las condiciones de la carretera.
- Inicializar el Sistema de Alerta de Emergencia cuando sea necesario.
- Entrenar nuevos operadores de emergencia y ser responsable de proyectos individuales.