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Technology Services4 documents

  • CABLE TELEVISION PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
    document Header CABLE TELEVISION PRODUCTION ASSISTANT
    Under the general direction of the Cable Television Production Coordinator and City Clerk, performs a wide range of assignments relating to production, operation and programming of public access channels and cable studio. 
  • CABLE TELEVISION PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
    document Header CABLE TELEVISION PRODUCTION COORDINATOR
    Performs a wide range of assignments relating to production, operation and programming of public access channels and cable studio.  The work is performed under the general direction of the City Clerk, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgement.  This is a technical, hands-on position.  Responsible for directly supervising one Production Assistant, part time and volunteer technical staff and interns. 
  • DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    document Header DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Professional, department head position under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council, responsible for providing leadership and technical expertise in the development and execution of strategic plans for information technology services within the City of Waterloo. Directly responsible for the operations and administration of Information Technology Services Department, including managing support services, overseeing outside technical support services and supervision of technical staff.
  • PROGRAMMER ANALYST
    document Header PROGRAMMER ANALYST
    Technical and administrative staff position under the direction of the Manager, Information Services responsible for a wide variety of technical and support duties in the development, design, and implementation of an information services system and individual data processing programs for specific departments.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: analyzes current computerized systems to make recommendations to the Manager, Information Services and policy makers on the most efficient utilization of current systems; writes new and changes existing programs and assists users in hardware and software problems; installs, troubleshoots, and upgrades all personal computers including terminals, printers, and computer based software programs; assists in the development of training methods and materials and, at the direction of the MIS, instructs users in the operation of new systems and software; involved in the purchasing process of all personal computers including related equipment and software; reviews and analyzes results obtained from use of information systems and individual software programs; maintains the security and integrity of all systems and networks; designs and/or reviews the design of user input and output forms; attends and participates in City Computer Technical Review Committee meetings and other user forums and groups; other duties as assigned.

Building Maintenance4 documents

  • FACILITIES MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN
    document Header FACILITIES MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN
    Performs master/journeyman level electrical duties in the installation, maintenance and repair of commercial and industrial type wiring applications in City buildings and facilities. The work is performed under the general direction of the Facilities Manager and Construction Foreman but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Supervises or directs subordinate personnel.
  • FACILITIES MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    document Header FACILITIES MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    Skilled working foreman position responsible for coordination and supervision of all operational activities related to structural, mechanical and utility systems in all City Buildings including but not limited to City Hall, Carnegie Annex, Waterloo Public Library, City parking ramps, Young Arena, Sullivan Brothers Convention Center and the Public Market building.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Manager of Rehabilitation Services, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Also, performs skilled and preventive maintenance duties with mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems and carpentry repairs and maintenance in City facilities. 
  • FACILITIES MAINTENANCE HVAC
    document Header FACILITIES MAINTENANCE HVAC
    Skilled technical position, reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor and under the general direction of the Administrative Director, responsible for a variety of maintenance duties including but not limited to the following: installs, maintains and repairs heating and air conditioning equipment in City facilities working from plans, blueprints, drawings and diagrams; keeps accurate records and work diagrams of plumbing and HVAC projects; works with construction and maintenance contractors to ensure mechanical integrity of City buildings and facilities when plumbing or HVAC work is being performed; assists in coordinating a preventive maintenance program for City facilities and equipment; regularly inspects the structural and maintenance aspects of City facilities; responds to maintenance emergencies in City facilities and assists in making major or minor repairs as directed; performs scheduled repairs of City facilities and equipment; installs and repairs, plumbing, heating and air conditioning equipment in City facilities including Five Sullivan Brothers Convention Center; assists other department personnel in electrical, plumbing, mechanical, carpentry, general buildings and grounds maintenance as needed;  may act in a supervisory capacity; shares night/weekend/holiday call on a rotating, weekly basis with other employees in the department; other duties as assigned.
  • FACILITIES MAINTENANCE  PLUMBER
    document Header FACILITIES MAINTENANCE  PLUMBER
    Master/journeyman level technical position responsible for performing a variety of repair and maintenance duties in City buildings and facilities with primary responsibility for plumbing-related maintenance. The work is performed under the general direction of the Building Official/Maintenance Administrator but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.

Community Planning & Development3 documents

  • CITY PLANNER
    document Header CITY PLANNER
    Professional administrative position under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council responsible for developing and implementing policies, programs, and practices for the City in the area of physical, social and economic planning projects, Duties include but are not limited to the following:  promulgates orders, rules and regulations for the conduct and guidance of the members of the Planning Department within the parameters of City policy; makes an annual report of the activities of the Department for each year to be filed with the Mayor; assigns the personnel of the department as deemed necessary to carry out the functions of the department and to prescribe rules and regulations for the conduct and management of the department consistent with City policies; supervises and coordinates development of the community's Comprehensive Plan, Subdivision and Zoning ordinances, including the necessary research, analysis, plan preparation, design, program development, and writing and editing of reports; supervises and coordinates analysis of the City's physical and socioeconomic characteristics and directs land use, population and economic forecasts; acts as technical advisor on planning and development matters to the Mayor, City Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, and appears or assigns a staff member to appear before the Council and Commission to report or advise on major planning and community development projects, significant economic, housing, land use and population study findings, and new planning and development techniques being utilized in other communities; works with all City departments in matters relating to planning and community development programs; prepares and administers the department's work program and budget after consultation with the Planning and Zoning Commission, including assigning staff, determining schedules and reviewing progress on the program; reviews all public projects undertaken by City departments, special districts, the County, and other governmental agencies to ensure they are compatible with City plans; aids the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council in the development of the Capital Improvements Program and other long term financial plans; prepares educational and informational materials, and consults with developers, public officials, and citizens on planning and development matters; supervises and has jurisdiction over the conduct of the zoning administration and the enforcement of all zoning regulations enacted by the City; supervises, coordinates and reviews work performed by professional consulting firms retained for planning and development studies; other duties as assigned.
  • PLANNER I
    document Header PLANNER I
    Performs a wide range of assignments relating to housing, neighborhood revitalization, economic development, zoning, subdivision of land, the physical development of the City including capital improvements programming and various sections of the master plan, county zoning and agricultural preservation.  The work is performed under the general direction of the City Planner or the Community Development Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May supervise temporary employees or interns.
  • PLANNER II
    document Header PLANNER II
    Assists in overseeing the administrative and technical aspects of City and Black Hawk County planning and zoning, neighborhood revitalization, economic development, physical development of the City and capital improvements programming.  The work is performed under the supervision of the City Planner but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Assists in coordinating and monitoring daily work and special projects assigned to Associate Planners and interns.

City Attorney's Office5 documents

  • CITY ATTORNEY
    document Header CITY ATTORNEY
    Responsible for providing professional legal advice and ensuring professional representation for City departments and employees in civil and criminal cases.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Mayor but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises legal assistant employee and Code Enforcement.
  • CLERK I
    document Header CLERK I
    Under the general direction of a department head or designee, using independent judgment, provides clerical support, recordkeeping and/or customer service support within one of the above departments.  Work may be performed with limited supervision.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • CODE ENFORCEMENT FOREMAN
    document Header CODE ENFORCEMENT FOREMAN
    Skilled technical working and supervisory position responsible for coordinating and monitoring daily activities of Code Enforcement Officers in the overall general compliance and enforcement of City ordinances regarding property and public right-of-way within the City limits. The work is performed under the direction of the Waste Management Services Superintendent, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  Also performs code enforcement duties.  Supervises three Code Enforcement Officers.
  • CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
    document Header CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
    Performs assignments related to overall general compliance and enforcement of City ordinances regarding property and public right-of-way within the City limits. The work is performed under the direction of the Waste Management Services Superintendent and Code Enforcement Foreman, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  No supervisory responsibilities
  • LEGAL ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
    document Header LEGAL ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
    Under the general direction of the City Attorney, uses independent judgement, and exercises a high level of discretion in dealing with confidential matters and sensitive information, providing administrative, legal assistant and secretarial support to the City Attorney's Office.  Acts as backup to Mayor's secretary during absences.  Assists Police Chief with a variety of confidential police personnel matters.  No supervisory responsibilities.

City Clerk/Finance6 documents

  • ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    document Header ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    Under the general direction of the City Clerk, using independent judgement, and exercising a high level of discretion in dealing with confidential matters, provides administrative and secretarial support to the City Clerk's Office and Finance Department as assigned.  Work is performed with limited supervision.  May assign work to other clerical staff.
  • CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
    document Header CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
    Professional, administrative position responsible for coordinating fiscal activities for the City as a whole and the administrative, operational, financial and personnel activities of the Finance Department.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Supervises and coordinates the work of several professional and clerical staff.
  • CITY CLERK
    document Header CITY CLERK
    Professional, administrative position responsible for coordinating all administrative, operational, financial and personnel functions and activities of the Clerk's Office.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises and coordinates the work of the Deputy City Clerk and clerical staff.
  • CLERK II
    document Header CLERK II
    Staff support position responsible for performing a variety of difficult clerical tasks within one of the above departments requiring the use of independent judgement.  The work is performed under the general direction of a department head or designee.  May direct the work of lower level clerical or temporary employees. 
  • DEPUTY CITY CLERK
    document Header DEPUTY CITY CLERK
    Professional, administrative position responsible for planning, organizing and supervising the daily activities of the City Clerk's Office clerical staff, including but not limited to assisting City Clerk in preparation of agendas and minutes for City Council and committee meetings and other permanent records and documents.  The work is performed under the general direction of the City Clerk, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Supervises three-four clerical employees and is responsible for day-to-day operations of department in absence of City Clerk.
  • FINANCIAL ANALYST
    document Header FINANCIAL ANALYST
    Professional administrative staff position responsible for directing, coordinating and monitoring the City's fiscal budgeting activities, coordinating and monitoring banking activities, coordinating and monitoring the purchasing activities of all City departments according to the purchasing policy of the City Council, supervising the accounts payable function of the City, coordinating and reconciling general ledger and accounts, and completing grant administration and drafting grant applications.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Chief Financial Officer but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  May direct or supervise the work of department clerks.

Leisure Services6 documents

  • DOWNTOWN AREA MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    document Header DOWNTOWN AREA MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    Working foreman responsible for the maintenance operations of the landscape and hardscape for the Waterloo River Renaissance area, downtown parks and public places. Under the general direction of the Golf Manager, but often working independently and with minimum supervision, supervises temporary seasonal and regular employees.
  • FACILITIES SPECIALIST
    document Header FACILITIES SPECIALIST
    Under the general direction of the Recreation Services Manager and Recreation Supervisor, assists in management and operation of the Cedar Valley SportsPlex and performs professional and supervisory work including coordinating daily upkeep of all recreation and aquatic facilities.  Assists in coordinating the work of interns and seasonal employees. 
  • FORESTRY SPECIALIST
    document Header FORESTRY SPECIALIST
    Professional position responsible for assisting with a variety of activities related to management of Waterloo's urban forest.  The work is performed under the direction of the City Forester, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • PARK MAINTENANCE II-CREW LEADER
    document Header PARK MAINTENANCE II-CREW LEADER
    Performs duties relating to care and maintenance of turf and landscape areas in parks, rights-of-way and public places. The work is performed under the general direction of the City Forester, but will often work independently and with minimum supervision.  Supervises seasonal and regular employees.
  • PARK MAINTENANCE II-FORESTRY
    document Header PARK MAINTENANCE II-FORESTRY
    Performs a variety of skilled forestry tasks such as trimming, pruning, applying chemicals, planting and removing trees and shrubs along City streets, in City parks and on other public property. The work is performed under the general direction of the City Forester, but often works independently and with minimum supervision.  May supervise seasonal or Park Maintenance I employees. 
  • PARK MAINTENANCE II-MECHANIC
    document Header PARK MAINTENANCE II-MECHANIC
    Performs maintenance and repair of a variety of tractors, vehicles and specialized Leisure Services equipment. May assist park maintenance crews during peak mowing season.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Construction Coordinator, but will often work independently and with minimum supervision.   

Police Department6 documents

  • CAPTAIN OF POLICE SERVICES
    document Header CAPTAIN OF POLICE SERVICES
    Professional management and supervisory position responsible for providing direction, supervision, planning, organization and goal development of a designated area of responsibility. Duties include but are not limited to the following: enforces rules, regulations, orders, policies and procedures of the City and Police Department as they relate to assigned area including all matters calling for commendations, disciplinary actions or personnel evaluations and directs them toward maximum department productivity; coordinates the activities of an assigned area of responsibility with all other department divisions to insure maximum cooperation and effectiveness; establishes and maintains rapport with other law enforcement agencies, civic groups, news media and professional organizations to foster good police community relations; prepares budget and supervises expenditures of assigned area; maintains knowledge of Federal and State laws and City ordinances as they relate to the responsibilities of the assigned area; researches, reviews and recommends training and educational opportunities for assigned area; prepares and submits reports, summons and educational materials for assigned area; continually reviews staff assignments, work schedules and personnel problems within assigned area and makes recommendations; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Director of Safety Services but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  With matters in regard to the police department, may fill in for the Director of Safety Services in his absence.
  • POLICE CAPTAIN
    document Header POLICE CAPTAIN
    Professional management and supervisory position responsible for providing direction, supervision, planning, organization and goal development of a designated area of responsibility. Duties include but are not limited to the following: enforces rules, regulations, orders, policies and procedures of the City and Police Department as they relate to assigned area including all matters calling for commendations, disciplinary actions or personnel evaluations and directs them toward maximum department productivity; coordinates the activities of an assigned area of responsibility with all other department divisions to insure maximum cooperation and effectiveness; establishes and maintains rapport with other law enforcement agencies, civic groups, news media and professional organizations to foster good police community relations; prepares budget and supervises expenditures of assigned area; maintains knowledge of Federal and State laws and City ordinances as they relate to the responsibilities of the assigned area; researches, reviews and recommends training and educational opportunities for assigned area; prepares and submits reports, summons and educational materials for assigned area; continually reviews staff assignments, work schedules and personnel problems within assigned area and makes recommendations; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Captain of Police Services and Director of Safety Services but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  May fill in for Captain of Administrative Services in his absence.
  • POLICE CHIEF
    document Header POLICE CHIEF
    Professional administrative and supervisory position responsible for providing overall leadership, philosophy,  direction, planning, organization and goal development for the Police Department, and resources to upgrade law enforcement services, protection and safety of the community. Duties include but are not limited to the following: directs law enforcement and crime prevention activities of the department; ensures that law and order are maintained, laws and ordinances are enforced and measures are implemented to prevent crimes and protect life and property; enforces City personnel policies, rules and regulations and Police Department general orders and standard operating procedures; develops community and City government support for the Police Department; plans, organizes and directs the activities of professional, administrative and clerical personnel; with the assistance of the Chief Financial Officer, prepares and administers the department budget; cooperates with County, State and Federal officials where mutual law enforcement interests are concerned; with the assistance of the Personnel Department, administers the City and State Civil Service rules and regulations and the collective bargaining agreements affecting Police Department personnel; establishes and maintains rapport with other law enforcement agencies, civic groups, news media and professional organizations to foster good police community relations; maintains knowledge of Federal and State laws and City ordinances as they relate to the responsibilities of the Police Department; continually reviews staff assignments and personnel problems with management staff and makes decisions and recommendations regarding disciplinary actions; interviews, selects and evaluates Police Department officers and staff; meets with individuals, community and civic groups and other agencies regarding municipal law enforcement issues; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Directly or indirectly supervises approximately one hundred thirty employees.
  • POLICE LIEUTENANT
    document Header POLICE LIEUTENANT
    Management position responsible for assisting in the direction, control, supervision, planning, organization and review of the activities of a designated area. Duties include but are not limited to the following: enforces rules, regulations, orders, policies and procedures of the City and Police Department as they relate to assigned area;  reviews actions of subordinate personnel and utilizes approved procedures in matters calling for commendation, disciplinary action or personnel evaluation and directs them toward maximum department productivity; coordinates the activities of an assigned area of responsibility with all other department divisions to insure maximum cooperation and effectiveness; prepares oral and written reports relating to area of responsibility and makes oral presentations at the direction of supervisor; meets and works with community groups and individuals to solve problems or potential problems and to foster good police community relations; develops and maintains knowledge of Federal and State laws and City ordinances as they relate to assigned area; keeps up-to-date on training needs of assigned personnel and reports these needs with suggestions for implementation to supervisor; other duties as assigned. The work is performed under the general direction of a Division Captain but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  May assume responsibility for operational section in the absence of supervisor.  May supervise up to thirty officers.
  • POLICE OFFICER RECRUIT
    document Header POLICE OFFICER RECRUIT
    Entry level position responsible for protection of life and property, prevention of crime through patrol and/or directed activities, enforcement of State and local laws and ordinances relating to criminal and traffic violations, and solution of crime through preliminary investigation, identification, apprehension and conviction of criminals; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of a Watch/Unit Commander but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.
  • POLICE SERGEANT
    document Header POLICE SERGEANT
    Supervises and reviews the activities of subordinate personnel to assure proper performance of all assigned tasks and enforcement of State laws, City ordinances and department policies, rules and regulations.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: conducts regular inspections of all departmental equipment to ensure proper performance, maintenance and usage; assists in the coordination of the Division or Section activities with all other divisions and sections of the Police Department; reviews the actions of all subordinate personnel and utilizes approved procedures in matters calling for commendations, disciplinary action or personnel evaluation; supervises FTO's and evaluates probationary officers during field training and probation; responds to emergencies or incidents of a serious or unusual nature, taking command when the need dictates; prepares oral and written reports relating to the assigned area of responsibility and the department.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Division or Section Commander but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  May supervise up to twenty-one officers.

FIRE RESCUE12 documents

  • ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    document Header ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    Highly responsible professional administrative staff position, under the direction of the Fire Chief, involving the performance of varied and complex secretarial, bookkeeping, receptionist, transcription, and word processing tasks (familiarity with IBM/compatible Word Perfect Windows preferred) for the department requiring the use of independent judgement and the exercise of a high level of discretion and confidentiality.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: establishes and maintains executive clerical duties and office working procedures; prepares and types letters, memos and various reports and notices from both rough draft and dictation; prepares and maintains office files and records; prepares department payroll in cooperation with the Clerk/Finance Department and Human Resources Department to assure proper payment to employees; assists in the annual budget preparation and monthly review and distribution of the budget; maintains accounts payable and receivable including payment of department bills in cooperation with Clerk/Finance Department; makes travel arrangements for department personnel; responsible for department personnel changes and records; prepares estimates and forms for retiring personnel and maintains retiree pensions; prepares items for City Council and related Committee meetings; assists in the preparation of and types the department annual report; prepares and distributes Labor/Management Committee minutes and agendas and Northeast Iowa Response Group agendas; handles all incoming and outgoing mail; orders office supplies; may assist in answering incoming phone calls; other administrative secretarial duties as assigned.
  • BATTALION CHIEF
    document Header BATTALION CHIEF
    Professional, technical and supervisory position responsible for providing general supervision to fire fighting personnel on an assigned shift, commanding and coordinating all single alarm emergency incidents and overseeing daily shift activities, general orders, City and department rules and regulations, public relations, personnel matters, compliance with OSHA and NFPA standards, assisting with annual budget preparation and long and short range planning for the department. Duties include but are not limited to the following: plans, organizes and directs shift operations; coordinates and directs on-site fire fighting personnel activities through subordinate officers; writes daily duty assignments; coordinates balanced apparatus placement throughout the City during daily and emergency shift activities; evaluates the performance of personnel on assigned shift; prepares reports, monitors support activities, attends conferences, conventions and other educational meetings on behalf of the department; addresses civic clubs and organizations regarding the activities of the department; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Director of Safety Services and Chief of Fire Services but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May assume responsibility for the operation of the Fire Rescue Department in the absence of the Chief of Fire Services.  Normally supervises up to thirty-eight employees. 
  • CHIEF OF FIRE SERVICES
    document Header CHIEF OF FIRE SERVICES
    Professional management and supervisory position responsible for direction and administrative oversight of all operations and activities of the Fire Rescue Department. Duties include but are not limited to the following: performs directly related work as required to provide oversight of all fire codes, hazardous materials training, emergency response, safety and prevention training, fire prevention, fire suppression, emergency medical services activities, housing codes and all fire inspection services; supervises the work of all professional, administrative, operations and clerical personnel within the Fire Rescue Department in coordination with a Fire Rescue management team consisting of the positions of Battalion Chief, Fire Captain, Medical Supervisor, Fire Marshal and Hazardous Materials Regional Training Center Coordinator; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other City employees, the City Council, business and community groups, other emergency personnel, State and Federal officials, the media and the public.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Director of Safety Services but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  With matters in regard to the Fire Rescue Department, may fill in for the Director of Safety Services in his absence.
  • FIRE CAPTAIN
    document Header FIRE CAPTAIN
    Professional, technical and supervisory position responsible for providing general supervision to fire fighting personnel at an assigned fire station and on an assigned shift.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls; assists in coordinating fire fighting personnel decisions and ensuring safety of the personnel when combating fires and when responding to EMS, rescue and hazardous materials incidents; assists and supervises in laying hose lines, directing water streams, placing ladders, ventilating buildings, rescuing persons and cleaning up premises after a fire; provides direction and inspection of an assigned fire station to ensure that equipment and station is being maintained; supervises and/or performs inspections of various business establishments in the Waterloo area; maintains inspection records; prepares reports and other correspondence from the inspections; provides education and prevention programs for the City; attends conferences, conventions and other educational meetings; investigates and determines the cause and origin of fires; addresses civic clubs and organizations regarding the activities of Waterloo Fire Rescue; other duties as assigned. The work is performed under the general direction of a Shift Commander and/or the Director of Safety Services and Chief of Fire Services but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Assumes duties of Shift Commander as needed.  Directly supervises up to twelve employees.
  • FIRE ENGINEER
    document Header FIRE ENGINEER
    Technical position under the general direction of the company officer responsible for performing a variety of duties in the Fire Rescue Department including but not limited to the following: drives assigned pieces of fire fighting apparatus to and from fires and operates pumps and other mechanical equipment; assists with community injury prevention programs; cleans and services assigned apparatus; attends training courses related to fire fighting and fire prevention; performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of fire department property; assists in fire station drill sessions when assigned; performs assigned fire inspections of buildings, fire escapes and other related structures for compliance with fire prevention ordinances; other duties as assigned.
  • FIRE FIGHTER RECRUIT
    document Header FIRE FIGHTER RECRUIT
    Entry level position responsible for performing various duties in the Fire Rescue Department including but not limited to the following: combating, extinguishing and preventing fires; responding to medical and rescue calls; assisting in answering emergency calls; educating the public regarding injury and fire prevention; performing a variety of general labor tasks in the care and maintenance of Fire Rescue property and equipment; attending training courses related to fire fighting and fire prevention; assisting in fire station drill sessions when assigned; performing assigned fire inspections of buildings, fire escapes and other related structures for compliance with fire prevention ordinances; other duties as assigned.  The work is performed under the general direction of a Company Officer, Captain and Battalion Chief.
  • FIRE LIEUTENANT
    document Header FIRE LIEUTENANT
    Professional, technical and supervisory position responsible for providing direct supervision and command of fire fighting personnel at an assigned fire station and on an assigned shift.  Duties include but are not limited to the following: responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls and directs all fire fighting and life saving operations; assists subordinates at the scene of a fire and at the fire station; establishes and maintains reports from fire scenes, personnel absences and activities, fire station journals and requisition forms for supplies; inspects public buildings, businesses, hospitals, convalescent homes, schools and places of public gathering for the purpose of detecting fire hazards or conditions dangerous to life and property; presents fire prevention talks to school children and other groups; conducts State rental housing inspections; prepares and conducts in-service training courses; other duties as assigned. The work is performed under the general direction of a Shift Commander but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative. Assumes duties of Shift Captain/Commander as needed. 
  • FIRE MARSHAL
    document Header FIRE MARSHAL
    Highly technical, specialized supervisory work under the general direction of the Chief of Fire Services mainly concerned with commercial inspections, enforcement of rules, laws and ordinances, fire prevention and promoting the development and use of effective fire prevention methods.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:  enforces local and State codes and the standards pertaining to design and maintenance of buildings and the processes and materials contained therein; promotes effective and efficient operation of the Fire Prevention Bureau involving programming, planning and supervising a comprehensive public education program for the reduction of fire hazards and for identification of the causes of fires;  prepares and provides continuing education seminars, training sessions and information programs for local industries and civic and community organizations; prepares and submits to the Chief of Fire Services for review reports on enforcement and fire prevention monthly, semi-annually and yearly; instructs and supervises department personnel and others in fire prevention practices; prepares and maintains records on fire incidents; provides technical assistance in the design of buildings and processes and reviews blueprints and actual construction to ensure compliance with nationally recognized standards for fire and building codes; participates in the investigation of fires, checking for evidence of arson and fire law violations, estimating damage resulting from the fire and assisting in prosecution of violators; acts as licensing agent of State, county and local jurisdictions for health care, education, liquor and theater occupancies; other duties as assigned.
  • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER COORDINATOR
    document Header HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER COORDINATOR
    Administrative, supervisory position responsible for implementing policies, programs and practices at the Hazardous Materials Regional Training Center including operation of training programs, budget and supervision.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Fire Chief, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises one clerical employee and coordinates and schedules Fire Rescue and contract instructors and program coordinators.
  • MEDICAL OFFICER
    document Header MEDICAL OFFICER
    Under the direction of the Medical Supervisor, assists with supervisory duties in EMS as  delegated, regardless of  vehicle assignment including, but not limited to the following: performs field evaluations of paramedics on intern  status;  CPR  instructor,  maintaining  instructor  certification;  yearly  certification  of  personnel  on  assigned  shift  an d  other  City  personnel  as  directed;  ACLS  instructor,  maintaining  instructor  certification;  assisting  with  bi - annual  review  and  recertification  of  all  ACLS  certified  personnel;  giving  monthly  EMS  training  to  entire  department;  assisting  in  gathering  proper  documentation  needed  for  billing;  performing  daily,  weekly  and  monthly  vehicle  checks and coordinating equipment needs and repairs; ensuring proper stocking levels are maintained at all stations  and  in  all  medic  units;  assisting  in  training  and  evaluation  of  paramedics  finishing  school  or  hired  by  WFR;  monitoring and responding to EMS personnel needs, public relations needs and any other area of concern that may  affect  the  EMS  department;  assisting  with  management  of  record  keeping  for  ambulance  billing,  ma intenance  records and quality assurance; monitoring ambulance staffing to ensure proper assignment of shift personnel; other  duties as assigned. Also performs the following fire fighter/paramedic duties as needed: combating, extinguishing and preventing f ires;  responding to medical and rescue calls; assisting in answering emergency calls; performing general labor tasks in  the care and maintenance of Fire Rescue property and equipment; attending training courses related to fire fighting  and fire prevention; assisting in fire station drill sessions when assigned; performing fire inspections of buildings,  fire  escapes  and  other  structures  for  compliance  with  fire  prevention  ordinance  and  enforcement  of  applicable  codes; other duties as required.
  • MEDICAL SERVICES SPECIALIST (Part Time 20 hours per week)
    document Header MEDICAL SERVICES SPECIALIST (Part Time 20 hours per week)
    Staff support position responsible for performing a variety of administrative and clerical tasks related to the Fire Rescue Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division. Serves as Privacy Officer as relates to patient information.  The work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief of Fire Services, direct supervision of the Medical Supervisor and general direction of the Medical Coordinator on duty.  Requires the use of independent judgment and initiative. No supervisory responsibilities.  May also provide backup for department Administrative Secretary.
  • MEDICAL SUPERVISOR
    document Header MEDICAL SUPERVISOR
    Professional  supervisory  position  responsible  for  maintaining  a  certified  emergency  pre - ho spital  medical  care  system for ambulance and patient care, coordinating department First Responder, EMT - A, EMT - I and paramedic  staff, assisting with medical billing, maintaining medical supplies and equipment.  The work is performed under  the general direc tion of the Fire Chief and Medical Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of  independent  judgment  and  initiative.    Supervises  three  Medical  Officers,  approximately  twenty  paramedics  and  one clerical staff. 

Culture & Arts12 documents

  • Bookkeeper
    document Header Bookkeeper
    Professional administrative staff position under the general direction of the Director of Cultural Arts Commission responsible for performing general bookkeeping, financial and budgetary duties for the Waterloo Cultural and Arts Commission. 
  • CULTURE & ARTS DIRECTOR
    document Header CULTURE & ARTS DIRECTOR
    Professional and administrative position under the general direction of the Mayor and City Council responsible for planning, organizing and directing the operations and activities of the Waterloo Center for the Arts, Phelps Youth Pavilion and the RiverLoop Facilities.  Extensive leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises and coordinates the work of professional, technical, maintenance, clerical and volunteer staff. 
  • CURATOR
    document Header CURATOR
    Directly responsible for the Waterloo Center for the Arts overall collection and exhibition programs. The work is performed in consultation with the Culture & Arts Director and a Collections/Exhibitions Committee, and pursuant to the Waterloo Center for the Arts organizational mission, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises temporary employees and volunteers.
  • DEVELOPMENT/MARKETING MANAGER
    document Header DEVELOPMENT/MARKETING MANAGER
    Professional position responsible for strategizing, creating, implementing and managing all development, marketing and public relations activities for the Waterloo Center for the Arts.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Culture & Arts Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May assist in supervising interns and volunteers.
  • EDUCATION COORDINATOR
    document Header EDUCATION COORDINATOR
    Develops, coordinates and implements high-quality arts and cultural learning offerings for all visitors, volunteers, teachers, school children, preschoolers, teens and adults.  Primarily responsible for the Waterloo Center for the Arts educational programs. The work is performed under the general direction of the Culture & Arts Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises temporary employees and volunteers.
  • EVENTS COORDINATOR
    document Header EVENTS COORDINATOR
    Professional position responsible for marketing and managing meeting/event facilities and services for the Waterloo Center for the Arts, RiverLoop Amphitheatre and RiverLoop Expo Plaza. Oversees and maintains a master event calendar, coordinates all aspects of events including contract negotiations with renters, event budgets and coordination, creates new events, recruits, hires and supervises facilities/event staff and manages volunteers. Manages beverage licenses and service at RiverLoop Expo Plaza, RiverLoop Amphitheatre and Waterloo Center for the Arts.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Culture & Arts Director but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises paid and volunteer facilities maintenance employees.
  • FACILITIES SERVICES MANAGER
    document Header FACILITIES SERVICES MANAGER
    Technical position responsible for overseeing and implementing maintenance and custodial programs at the Waterloo Center for the Arts (WCA), including opening/securing and general supervision of the building on evening and weekend shifts.  Oversees events as directed by the Events Coordinator, setting up/tearing down for in-house and rental events at WCA and RiverLoop facilities and serving as a resource person, anticipating and responding to the questions and needs of patrons and other staff members. Recruits, trains, schedules and supervises supporting maintenance workers including those working under various community service and employment programs.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Events Coordinator and Culture & Arts Director but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. 
  • FACILITIES SERVICES SPECIALIST
    document Header FACILITIES SERVICES SPECIALIST
    Performs general maintenance and custodial duties at the Waterloo Center for the Arts (WCA) including opening/securing and general supervision of the building on evening and weekend shifts. Oversees events as directed by the Events Coordinator, setting up/tearing down for in-house and rental events at WCA and RiverLoop facilities, and serving as a resource person, anticipating and responding to the questions and needs of patrons and other staff members. Assists with supervising support maintenance workers including those working under various community service and employment programs.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Facilities Services Manager and Events Coordinator.
  • GRAPHIC DESIGNER-DIGITAL ARTS MANAGER
    document Header GRAPHIC DESIGNER-DIGITAL ARTS MANAGER
    Professional position responsible for the design of all printed and electronic promotional/informational material for the Waterloo Center for the Arts and for management of digital arts functions, programs and the digital arts studio. The work is performed under the general direction of the Development/Marketing Manager, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May assist in supervising interns, instructors and volunteers.
  • PREPARATOR/TECHNICIAN
    document Header PREPARATOR/TECHNICIAN
    Technical position responsible for assisting in the design, coordination, construction, implementation and maintenance of all exhibitions for the Waterloo Center for the Arts including but not limited to packing/crating and unpacking of art and exhibition materials, pick-up and delivery of art/exhibitions, general construction, maintenance and building improvement projects, working with Curator, Registrar, Education Coordinator and Youth Pavilion Manager in planning, implementing and maintaining infrastructure of exhibition and interpretive programs and services.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Curator, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • REGISTRAR
    document Header REGISTRAR
    Professional and administrative position responsible for maintenance and management of information systems required for preservation, custody and control of the Waterloo Center for the Arts permanent collection.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Curator, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May supervise volunteers, temporary staff and interns.
  • YOUTH PAVILION MANAGER
    document Header YOUTH PAVILION MANAGER
    Professional position responsible for oversight and management of daily operations of Youth Pavilion facilities at the Waterloo Center for the Arts including but not limited to supervision of Youth Gallery exhibitions and programs.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Education Coordinator, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises paid and volunteer docents and education assistants.

Airport4 documents

  • AIRPORT MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    document Header AIRPORT MAINTENANCE FOREMAN
    Working foreman position responsible for maintenance and operations of buildings, vehicles, grounds, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 139 responsibilities and Airport Security Program (ASP) oversight.  The work is performed under the direction of the Director of Aviation, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  Supervisory responsibilities primarily in absence of  Director of Aviation.
  • AIRPORT MAINTENANCE WORKER
    document Header AIRPORT MAINTENANCE WORKER
    Performs semi-skilled grounds and building maintenance, general labor and airfield rescue and fire fighting at the Waterloo Regional Airport.  The work is performed under the direction of the Director of Aviation, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • BOOKKEEPER
    document Header BOOKKEEPER
    Administrative staff position responsible for performing complex bookkeeping and secretarial/receptionist duties for the Airport.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Airport Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities. 
  • DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
    document Header DIRECTOR OF AVIATION
    Professional, department head position under the general direction of the Mayor, City Council and Airport Advisory Board, responsible for strategic planning, marketing and business development, project management, staff leadership and business analysis/strategy development for the Waterloo Regional Airport.  Supervises and coordinates the work of maintenance and clerical staff.

Building Inspections10 documents

  • BUILDING OFFICIAL
    document Header BUILDING OFFICIAL
    Professional and administrative position under the general direction of the Community Planning & Development Director responsible for planning, organizing and directing the operations and activities of the Building Inspections Department, including plan review, construction permits and inspections and enforcement of building code; also enforces construction codes to ensure public fire safety, life safety and health and, in conjunction with plan review, provides interpretation and suggests alternate methods and materials.  Extensive leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Supervises and coordinates the work of union and non-union inspectors, technicians and clerical staff.
  • CHIEF BUILDING INSPECTOR
    document Header CHIEF BUILDING INSPECTOR
    Skilled technical position, under the general direction of the Building Official responsible for performing on site inspections of new and existing residential and commercial buildings to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinances and regulations governing the construction, remodeling and repair of buildings with the aptitude to be certified in mechanical, electrical, plumbing and building inspections.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:  examines the plans and specifications for construction alterations and repairs; performs intermediate and final inspections of residential and commercial businesses, public and private buildings for conformance with safety standards, laws and ordinances including inspecting the condition of the foundation before footings are poured; checks work on required permits to see that work complies with ordinances and regulations and recommends methods for improvement and/or corrective actions; assists citizens and contractors in answering questions concerning the remodeling and repair of houses and commercial buildings; investigates complaints regarding violations of the building code and issues written or verbal orders for corrections of violations of City ordinances; investigates complaints relative to zoning violations and issues written notices; inspects old and dangerous buildings which may be subject to condemnation; gives technical advice to other municipal inspectors; performs combination inspections on residential and light commercial projects including plumbing, electrical, and heating; performs building inspections in unincorporated Black Hawk County; assists in writing Black Hawk County building permits; investigates complaints of Code violations in unincorporated Black Hawk County; prepares reports and maintains records of work performed; performs other types of inspections as assigned by Building Official to include but not be limited to enforcement of Advertising and Signs Ordinance, Division 7 of the Handicapped Code, and the Uniform Building Code; other duties as assigned.
  • CHIEF COMBINATION INSPECTOR
    document Header CHIEF COMBINATION INSPECTOR
    Skilled technical position, under the general direction of the Building Official responsible for performing on site inspections to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinances and regulations governing the installation and repair of dwellings and light commercial structures under the jurisdiction of the Building Department.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:  inspects new and existing electrical, building, plumbing, and heating installations in residences, businesses, public and private buildings for conformance with safety standards, laws and ordinances; checks work on required permits to see that building, plumbing, electrical, and heating work complies with ordinances and regulations and recommends methods for improvement; maintains records of work performed; assists citizens and contractors in answering questions concerning the construction of residential and light commercial projects; issues written or verbal orders for corrections of violations of City ordinances; issues building permits; inspects signs before erection and serves written notices for violations; inspects condition of foundation before footings are poured; performs intermediate and final inspection of new buildings and buildings having alterations for nonconformity to the Code, approves or rejects findings, and keeps the Building Official informed of such; inspects plumbing, electrical, and heating rough-in and final on residential and light commercial projects; inspects old and dangerous buildings which may be subject to condemnation and reports findings to Chief Building Inspector for disposition; through the Building Official, investigates complaints, prepares reports and maintains records of work performed; other duties as assigned.
  • CHIEF ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
    document Header CHIEF ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
    Skilled technical position responsible for performing on-site inspections of new and existing electrical installations to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinances and regulations governing the installation, repair and operation of electrical equipment.  The work is performed under the direction of the Building Official/Maintenance Administrator, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • Chief Inspector: Heating and Air Conditioning (mechanical)
    document Header Chief Inspector: Heating and Air Conditioning (mechanical)
    Skilled technical position under general direction of the Building Official responsible for performing on-site inspections to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinance and regulations governing the installation, repair and operation of heating, air conditioning and other mechanical equipment with the aptitude to be certified in electrical, plumbing and building inspection.
  • CHIEF PLUMBING INSPECTOR
    document Header CHIEF PLUMBING INSPECTOR
    Skilled technical position, under the general direction of the Building Official responsible for performing on site inspections of new and existing plumbing installations to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinances and regulations governing the installation, repair, and operation of plumbing  equipment with the aptitude to be certified in mechanical, electrical, and building inspections.  Duties include but are not limited to the following:  examines the plans and specifications for plumbing construction alterations and repairs; inspects and tests new and existing plumbing installations including waste lines to see that joints are tight and drains properly trapped and vented, potable water supply lines, possible cross connections to prevent contamination, foundation drains and storm drains in residences, businesses, public and private buildings for conformance with safety standards, laws and ordinances; checks work on required permits to see that plumbing work complies with ordinances and regulations and recommends methods for improvement; maintains records of work performed; maintains records of all sewer connections from the City main to the property line; assists citizens and contractors in answering questions concerning the installation and repair of plumbing equipment and systems; investigates complaints regarding violations of the plumbing code and issues written or verbal orders for corrections of violations of City ordinances; gives technical advice to other municipal inspectors; performs other types of inspections as assigned by Building Official to include but not be limited to enforcement of Advertising and Signs Ordinance, Division 7 of the Handicapped Code, and the Uniform Building Code; other duties as assigned.
  • COMBINATION INSPECTOR II
    document Header COMBINATION INSPECTOR II
    Skilled technical position, under the general direction of the Building Official/Maintenance Administrator responsible for performing onsite inspections to secure compliance with City of Waterloo ordinances and regulations governing the installation and repair of dwellings and the performance of code enforcement duties under the jurisdiction of the Building Inspections Department. No supervisory duties.
  • PERMIT WRITER
    document Header PERMIT WRITER
    Skilled technical position responsible for performing a variety of assignments related to building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical permits.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Building Official/Maintenance Administrator, but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment. No supervisory responsibilities.
  • PROPERTY SAFETY INSPECTOR
    document Header PROPERTY SAFETY INSPECTOR
    Technical position, under the general direction of the Building Official, responsible for performing complex inspections of electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, building, life safety, fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems in compliance with construction and fire codes to ensure fire safety, life safety and health for commercial properties and housing in the City of Waterloo.   No supervisory responsibility.
  • SECRETARY
    document Header SECRETARY
    Under the general direction of  a department head or designee, using independent judgement, provides secretarial and  record keeping support.  No supervisory responsibilities.

Community Development6 documents

  • ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    document Header ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY
    Professional administrative position under the general direction of the Community Development Director, involving the performance of varied and complex administrative, secretarial, and bookkeeping tasks requiring the use of independent judgment, and exercising a high level of discretion in dealing with confidential matters.  Work is performed with limited supervision.  May assign work to other clerical staff.
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
    document Header COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
    Performs assignments related to development and implementation of policies, programs and practices in community development, economic development, grants, acquisition and relocation, rehabilitation and Federal and State aid programs.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Community Development Director but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  May supervise and coordinate the work of up to five technical and clerical staff and one intern.  Assumes responsibility for operation of Community Development in absence of Community Development Director.
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
    document Header COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
    Responsible for developing and implementing policies, programs and practices in community development, housing, grants, downtown renewal, acquisition and relocation, and Federal and State aid programs in compliance with HUD regulations.  The work is performed under the general direction of the City Planner, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  This is an Assistant Director position.  Supervises seven professional, technical and clerical employees.
  • MANAGER OF REHABILITATION SERVICES
    document Header MANAGER OF REHABILITATION SERVICES
    Technical, professional and supervisory position responsible for coordinating the federally funded housing rehabilitation program for low and moderate-income homeowners and for assisting in rental  rehabilitation. The work is performed under the general direction of the Community  Planning & Development Director and supervised by the Community Development Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Supervises and coordinates activities of technical and clerical rehabilitation staff.
  • PROJECT SPECIALIST
    document Header PROJECT SPECIALIST
    Professional and administrative position responsible for conducting research and interpreting and applying technical information related to a variety of Community Development programs and projects including but not limited to building codes, financial information and related ordinances, laws and regulations.  Also provides clerical support.    The work is performed under the general direction of the Community Development Director or designee, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • REHABILITATION/RELOCATION SPECIALIST
    document Header REHABILITATION/RELOCATION SPECIALIST
    Technical and administrative position responsible for performing a wide range of community development assignments including housing rehabilitation and relocation activities using Federal and private funding sources following Federal and City of Waterloo regulations. The work is performed under the general direction of the Manager of Rehabilitation Services and the Community Development Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. Rehabilitation activities include assisting low and moderate-income homeowners in improving and rehabilitating their properties. Relocation activities involve personal counseling and services necessary to assist displaced families and individuals to secure standard replacement housing and residential occupants to relocate into satisfactory living quarters. No supervisory responsibilities.

Engineering6 documents

  • ASSOCIATE ENGINEER
    document Header ASSOCIATE ENGINEER
    Plans, directs and participates in technical design and preparation of plans, specifications and cost estimates for public works projects.  The work is performed under the general direction of the City Engineer or Assistant City Engineer, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  Plans, assists and supervises the work of engineering technicians, draftspersons and interns.
  • CLERK II
    document Header CLERK II
    Staff support position responsible for performing a variety of difficult clerical tasks within one of the above departments requiring the use of independent judgement.  The work is performed under the general direction of a department head or designee.  May direct the work of lower level clerical or temporary employees. 
  • DRAFTSPERSON
    document Header DRAFTSPERSON
    Technical position responsible for performing computer-aided (CAD) and conventional drafting using database and road design software and for using reproduction equipment for a variety of public works projects.  The work is performed under the general direction of professional engineering staff, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
    document Header ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
    Technical position responsible for performing inspection related work in the field and office on a variety of public works projects.  The work is performed under the general direction of a higher-level engineer but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  May supervise or direct part time or seasonal employees
  • SECRETARY
    document Header SECRETARY
    Under the general direction of  a department head or designee, using independent judgement, provides secretarial and  record keeping support. 
  • STORM WATER SPECIALIST
    document Header STORM WATER SPECIALIST
    Professional and technical position responsible for performing storm water management related work in the field and office and on a variety of public works projects.  The work is performed under the general direction of a higher-level engineer but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.

Waterloo Housing Authority5 documents

  • BOOKKEEPER
    document Header BOOKKEEPER
    Performs complex bookkeeping and secretarial/receptionist duties for Waterloo Housing Authority.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Housing Authority Director or designee, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • DIRECTOR WATERLOO HOUSING AUTHORITY
    document Header DIRECTOR WATERLOO HOUSING AUTHORITY
    Assistant Department Head position responsible for daily supervision and administration of a coordinated Housing program. The work is performed under the general direction of the Community Planning & Development Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  Supervises seven professional, maintenance and clerical employees.
  • HOUSING COORDINATOR
    document Header HOUSING COORDINATOR
    Performs administrative and technical work in the implementation of the City's housing programs and provides program information and referral services to tenants, landlords and the public. The work is performed under the general direction of the Housing Authority Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative.  No supervisory responsibilities.
  • HOUSING MAINTENANCE
    document Header HOUSING MAINTENANCE
    Semi-skilled maintenance position responsible for the completion of a variety of maintenance and labor activities on property and housing owned and/or operated by the Waterloo Housing Authority.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Inspector/Maintenance Supervisor and Waterloo Housing Authority Director, but leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgment.  May direct the work of temporary or seasonal employees.
  • INSPECTOR/MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
    document Header INSPECTOR/MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
    Establishes and implements an ongoing inspection and maintenance program for all housing related programs administered by the Waterloo Housing Authority.  The work is performed under the general direction of the Waterloo Housing Authority Director but considerable leeway is given for the exercise of independent judgement.  This is a technical, hands-on inspections and maintenance position.