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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

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Chief Resilience Officer

Entrance Salary

Salary commensurate with experience.

Description

Background

New Orleans aspires to become a global model for a resilient city by 2018, the year the city celebrates its 300th anniversary. The City of New Orleans has captured important lessons about what it takes to become a vibrant, resilient city that effectively serves all of its residents, particularly its vulnerable residents. We have learned that along with resilient infrastructure, well-informed 'real-time decision making' supported by cross-sector partnerships is essential for a truly resilient city.

Recently, the City of New Orleans was selected from over 300 cities around the world to be a part of the Rockefeller Foundation’s innovative effort to drive urban resilience. As a member city, New Orleans will receive four types of support to better address the shocks and stresses of the 21st century; 1) funding to hire a Chief Resilience Officer 2) support to develop a resilience strategy 3) a platform of services to support strategy implementation 4) membership in the 100 Resilient Cities Network.

The City of New Orleans is seeking a Chief Resilience Officer who will provide the essential central point of focus within city government and beyond for establishing a compelling resilience vision, driving the conversation about resilience, building and implementing effective resilience strategies, and leveraging the benefits and services of the 100 Resilient Cities network and platform.

Responsibilities

  • Creating and driving implementation of the city resilience strategy
    • Lead Resilience Strategy launch and process, drive data collection and analysis, stakeholder engagement, prioritization, and documentation
    • Secure funding needed to implement priority resilience initiatives
    • Influence other stakeholders to implement other initiatives
  • Establishing a compelling vision and drive the resilience conversation throughout the city
    • Ensure active and inclusive public engagement throughout the process
    • Serve as a senior advisor/expert on resilience in the city
  • Managing and maintaining strong relationships with a broad set of stakeholders, including senior government officials and private and nonprofit sector leaders
  • Communicating progress to all relevant stakeholders, including regular reporting to the Mayor
  • Sharing the strategic framework and best practices for resilience throughout city government and the community
  • Serving as primary point of contact for the 100 Resilient Cities membership and actively participating in membership activities with the Rockefeller Foundation
    • Coordinate with 100 Resilient Cities Relationship Manager and serve as initial point of contact for 100 Resilient Cities Platform Partners

Qualifications

Characteristics of successful candidates for the Chief Resilience Officer position include demonstrated:

  • Ability to inspire, influence, and enlist others to drive development and implementation of the city’s resilience strategy
    • Track record of successfully managing a team including direct reports and peers, as well as consultants and contractors
  • Experience working in city government, and preferably strong background in at least one key governance domain
  • Ability to engage globally and represent the city within the 100 Resilient Cities network
  • Direct experience communicating with multiple sectors and disciplines effectively
  • Experience managing multiple streams of work and multiple relationships in an effective and efficient manner
  • Track record of successfully leading one or more major initiatives from end to end, from design through execution
  • Track record of understanding the local setting and ability to establish and maintain strong engagement from the highest municipal leader and other key local influencers
  • Commitment to integrating equity efforts in resilience strategy
  • Track record in creating and leveraging financing for public, private partnerships

Interested Applicants

For interested applicants, please submit a cover letter and resume to Ms. Lauren Richard at lnrichard@nola.gov.

Compliance Manager, New Orleans Police Department

Description

Background

The City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) have entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Department of Justice.  Under the terms of this agreement, NOPD must implement a series of reforms outlined in the Decree, document its compliance with these requirements, and have this compliance accepted and certified by the U.S. District Court.  Altogether, the Consent Decree is composed of more than 490 paragraphs that detail required reforms on a wide range of subjects.  The firm of Sheppard, Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP has been selected to monitor the implementation of this agreement, and will provide regular updates to the Court and to the public about NOPD’s progress in implementing the required reforms.

In December 2013, NOPD Superintendent Ronal Serpas created the Compliance Bureau to monitor and verify the Department’s compliance with Consent Decree requirements and to work in close partnership with the Sheppard Mullin monitoring team.  The Compliance Bureau is led by Deputy Superintendent Jay Ginsberg and incorporates NOPD’s Policy Standards, Training Standards, Compliance Standards, Performance Standards, and Information Systems Sections.  NOPD anticipates hiring a total of five (5) Compliance Manager who are expected to independently manage significant portfolios and will report to Deputy Superintendent Ginsberg.

Job Responsibilities

  • Managing and maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders both within and outside of NOPD, including officers, supervisors, senior City officials, members of the Sheppard Mullin team, and community leaders.
  • Developing clear and appropriate compliance plans to deliver results on all priority areas the Manager is responsible for.
  • Achieving defined targets by regularly monitoring performance on multiple simultaneous projects and resolving issues when needed.
  • Provide analysis and advice to key stakeholders, including Deputy Superintendent of Compliance, Superintendent of Police, Deputy Mayor of Public Safety, and Mayor.
  • Develop policy recommendations and oversee policy implementation.

Experience and Education

  • Graduate degree in law, criminal justice, business, public policy, or related field is preferred.
  • Advanced certification in statistical analysis, auditing or other relevant area of concentration is preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience writing for both public and internal consumption.
  • Experience in data analysis, project management, and/or auditing.
  • Track record of delivering results in a high–pressure environment with multiple workstreams.
  • Direct experience working with senior and mid-level leaders in government and/or the private sector.
  • Understanding of the mechanics of city government and/or criminal justice agencies. 
  • Experience working in a law enforcement environment desired.

Required Skills and Competencies

  • Ability to create comprehensive work plans and task schedules that identify all actions, resources, and deliverables required to achieve the desired results.
  • Problem solving skills with an ability to anticipate problems and develop solutions on deadline.
  • Ability to thoughtfully communicate with and respectfully engage diverse stakeholders around a shared vision for achieving results.
  • Able to work independently with minimal supervision.

Please direct questions and/or resumes to Deputy Superintendent Jay Ginsberg at jaginsberg@nol.gov.

General Manager, Joseph M. Bartholomew Municipal Golf Course

Description

The City of New Orleans is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of General Manager.  This is specialized professional and administrative work in managing all aspects of the Joseph M. Bartholomew Municipal Golf Course including developing operating policies and procedures, implementing and monitoring the budget, planning, and staffing for sales and marketing, food and beverage, and player development, organizing, coordinating, promoting and scheduling activities and programs, and ensuring maximum customer service. Work involves the responsibility for directing the work of employees engaged in the operation and maintenance of the center and its facilities and program activities; and related work as required:

  • Develop/coordinate the development of long range and annual business plans.
  • Develop/implement general policies.
  • Approve specific operational policies, programs, and procedures in harmony with the facility's mission.
  • Monitor the performance of all daily operations, functions and services; assure high standards and total customer satisfaction.
  • Establish personnel policies; ensure proper hiring, training, supervising, personal development and corrective action in accordance with fair labor standards, safety and established policy.
  • Ensure accurate recording of hourly labor and timely, accurate payroll processing.
  • Oversee the development of operating procedures and training manuals.
  • Develop emergency and safety procedures.
  • Maintain active memberships in appropriate professional organizations.
  • Attend conferences, workshops and meetings to keep abreast of current information and developments in the field.
  • Coordinate the development of operating and capital budgets; monitor financial statements, reviews income and expenses relative to plans, implement corrective measures as needed, and reports status on a monthly basis.
  • Manage and oversee all accounting, inventories, banking, audit procedures, cash flow, and establish controls to safeguard funds and assets.
  • Make recommendations for capital improvements, supplies and equipment.
  • Assure operational compliance with local, state, and federal laws.
  • Maintain knowledge and compliance with all lease terms and contractual obligations.
  • Oversee the cleanliness, care and maintenance of all physical assets and facilities.
  • Coordinate the facility's marketing and promotional programs to maximize facility usage, revenue generation, and recruitment of members/patrons.
  • Ensure the highest standards for golf services and programs, golf course and practice area operations, food and beverage services, sports and recreation, entertainment and other facility services.
  • Establish and monitor compliance with all purchasing policies and procedures.
  • Ensure and initiate programs to provide members/patrons with a variety of innovative functions, programs and events.
  • Schedule and supervise staffing and event coordination.
  • Maintain and promote a positive professional image within the community.
  • Related work as required.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

Minimum Bachelor's degree in golf course management, business administration, sports administration, recreation administration, physical education, hospitality management or related field.  Official college transcript or original college diploma indicating major must be presented within two (2) weeks of application.

  • At least five (5) years of Management/Executive experience, preferably as a General Manager/Director of Golf or Assistant General Manager at a golf course facility.
  • Ability to represent the Joseph M. Bartholomew Municipal Golf Course in a leadership role to a broad spectrum of stakeholders from the private and public sector.
  • Strong knowledge of golf rules and regulations.
  • Strong knowledge of record keeping methods, cash handling procedures and internal control.
  • Ability to effectively use computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, database software and email.
  • Ability to plan and supervise the work of others and ensure all policies and procedures are followed.
  • Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other City employees and the general public.

Interested individuals should submit cover letters and resumes to:

City of New Orleans
Department of IT & Innovation
1300 Perdido Street, Suite BE10
New Orleans, LA 70112
Attention: Lydia Cutrer, Service & Innovation Manager
Fax: (504) 658-7647
Email: lcutrer@nola.gov

The City of New Orleans is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, creed, culture, or ancestry.

Head Golf Professional, Joseph M. Bartholomew Municipal Golf Course

Description

The City of New Orleans is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of Head Golf Professional.  This is specialized professional and administrative work in planning, staffing, organizing, coordinating, promoting and scheduling activities and programs for the Joseph M. Bartholomew, Sr. Golf Course. Work involves the responsibility for directing the work of employees engaged in program activities and assistance in the operation and maintenance of the center and its facilities; and related work as required:

  • Recruit, hire, train, and supervise assigned staff including assistant and teaching professionals, golf shop staff, outside staff, starters and rangers.
  • Assist in oversight of all golf activities, operations, and services.
  • Assist in oversight of the reservation system, starting, and monitoring of play.
  • Track and verify all players and guests, golf carts, club care, lockers, handicap fees, and other charges necessary, and facilitate proper controls in cooperation with the General Manager/Director of Golf.
  • Assist in oversight of the administration of the handicap program.
  • Meet, greet, and welcome prospective customers/patrons.
  • Enforce all rules and regulations governing golf course usage.
  • Interpret and enforce The Rules of Golf.
  • Develop, promote and manage innovative programs that service all customer segments to include events such as tournaments, clinics, and camps.
  • Develop and assist in oversight of the golf instruction and golfer development programs for all customer segments in cooperation with General Manager/Director of Golf.
  • Assist in oversight of the operations of a well-managed practice facility.
  • Maintain a close working relationship with the Golf Course Superintendent, General Manager/Director of Golf and Director of Parks and Parkways.
  • Assist in the marketing and promotion of new memberships/play.
  • Assist in the preparation of budgets, including forecasting and review of all golf revenues and expenses on a daily, weekly, monthly, and annual basis.
  • Assist in the establishment of sales goals and forecasts for all golf programs and services, and assist in monitoring and analyzing reports.
  • Assist in oversight of all golf operations-related purchasing.
  • Assist in the supervision of physical inventories and the display of merchandise. Assist in the development of necessary systems to safeguard inventories.
  • Assist in the publication of newsletters and informational and promotional materials.
  • Assist in compiling information from market competition for comparison studies to properly position the facility in the marketplace.
  • Play golf with customers/patrons of all skill levels as time and duties permit.
  • Develop and utilize email and web-based communications with customers/patrons to publicize and promote activities and programs.
  • Maintain active membership in good standing with the PGA of America.
  • Attend conferences, workshops, meetings, and trade shows to keep abreast of current information and developments in the field.
  • Maintain and promote a positive professional image within the community.
  • Related work as required.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

A Class A member in good standing of the Professional Golf Association (PGA) or the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).

Minimum Bachelor's degree in golf course management, business administration, sports administration, recreation administration, physical education or related field.  Official college transcript or original college diploma indicating major must be presented within two (2) weeks of application.

  • At least three (3) years of experience as either a Head Golf Professional or the first assistant to a Head Golf Professional
  • Proven experience with pro shop organization and management, driving range operations and management, merchandise marketing and inventory control, and golf equipment and tournament organization
  • Thorough knowledge of golf rules and regulations
  • Working knowledge of record keeping methods, cash handling procedures and internal control
  • Ability to effectively use computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, database software and email
  • Ability to plan and supervise the work of others and ensure all policies and procedures are followed
  • Ability to instruct others; ability to effectively communicate with players to ensure their golfing needs are being adequately and properly addressed in a courteous and professional manner
  • Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position
  • Perform a broad range of supervisory responsibilities over others
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other City employees and the general public

Interested individuals should submit cover letters and resumes to:

City of New Orleans
Department of IT & Innovation
1300 Perdido Street, Suite BE10
New Orleans, LA 70112
Attention: Lydia Cutrer, Service & Innovation Manager
Fax: (504) 658-7647
Email: lcutrer@nola.gov

The City of New Orleans is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, creed, culture, or ancestry.

LA/SPCA Animal Care Attendant

Entrance Salary

Starting wage $9/hour and eligible for $10/hour after 30 days probationary period.

Description

The Louisiana SPCA is currently seeking individuals to provide for the humane care and excellent quality of life for all animals in the shelter.

 Duties include, but not limited to, cleaning, feeding, watering, and monitoring the animal’s health and behavior.

Qualifications

High school diploma or G.E.D., professional appearance, flexibility, ability to multi-task in a FAST-PACED environment, Ability to lift at least 50lbs; should not be allergic to animals, must work with industrial strength cleaners and disinfectants and have the ability to perform all physical tasks.

Full time position; open 7-days-a-week.

The LA/SPCA offers a rich benefits plan.  Excellent health insurance coverage, 401K investment opportunity, life insurance, no cost employee assistance program, and short probationary period for benefits eligibility.   

How to Apply

The LA/SPCA is an equal opportunity employer. To apply please complete an application at LA/SPCA:

1700 Mardi Gras Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70114

Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm.
No phone calls please.

LA/SPCA Animal Control/Humane Officer (Full-Time)

Entrance Salary

$10-12/hour

Description

The LA/SPCA is currently seeking dedicated person with excellent people skills and the ability to work under pressure 

Duties and Requirements include:

  • Animal Control
  • Public education
  • Enforcement of animal-related laws
  • Valid LA drivers license, COLLEGE PREFERRED
  • Ability to maintain 24-hr on call status
  • Flexibility a must

The LA/SPCA offers a rich benefits plan.  Excellent health insurance coverage, 401K investment opportunity, life insurance, no cost employee assistance program, and short probationary period for benefits eligibility.   

 How to Apply:

The LA/SPCA is an equal opportunity employer. To apply please complete an application at LA/SPCA:

1700 Mardi Gras Boulevard
New Orleans, LA 70114

Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm.

No phone calls please.

NOPD Compliance Manager

Entrance Salary

$65,000.00 - $75,000.00 annually plus benefits

Description

Background

The City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) have entered into a Consent Decree with the U.S. Department of Justice. Under the terms of this agreement, NOPD must implement a series of reforms outlined in the Consent Decree, document its compliance with these requirements, and have this compliance accepted and certified by the U.S. District Court. Altogether, the Consent Decree is composed of more than 490 paragraphs that detail required reforms on a wide range of subjects. The firm of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP has been selected to monitor the implementation of this agreement, and will provide regular updates to the Court and to the public about NOPD’s progress in implementing the required reforms.

In December 2013, NOPD Superintendent Ronal Serpas created the Compliance Bureau to monitor and verify the Department’s compliance with Consent Decree requirements and to work in close partnership with the Sheppard Mullin monitoring team. The Compliance Bureau is led by Deputy Superintendent Jay Ginsberg and incorporates NOPD’s Policy Standards, Training Standards, Compliance Standards, Performance Standards, and Information Systems Sections. NOPD anticipates hiring a total of five Compliance Managers under this announcement to oversee and document its progress in implementing Consent Decree-mandated reforms. Compliance Managers are expected to independently manage significant portfolios and will report to Deputy Superintendent Ginsberg.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Graduate degree in law, criminal justice, business, public policy, or related field.
  • Advanced certification in statistical analysis, auditing or other relevant area of concentration desired.
  • Demonstrated experience writing for both public and internal consumption.
  • Experience in data analysis, project management, and/or auditing.
  • Track record of delivering results in a high-pressure environment with multiple workstreams.
  • Direct experience working with senior and mid-level leaders in government and/or the private sector.
  • Understanding of the mechanics of city government and/or criminal justice agencies.
  • Experience working in a law enforcement environment desired.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Managing and maintaining strong relationships with stakeholders both within and outside of NOPD, including officers, supervisors, senior City officials, members of the Sheppard Mullin team, and community leaders.
  • Developing clear and appropriate compliance plans to deliver results on all priority areas the Manager is responsible for.
  • Achieving defined targets by regularly monitoring performance on multiple simultaneous projects and resolving issues when needed.
  • Provide analysis and advice to key stakeholders, including Deputy Superintendent of Compliance, Superintendent of Police, Deputy Mayor of Public Safety, and Mayor.
  • Develop policy recommendations and oversee policy implementation.
  • Creating comprehensive work plans and task schedules that identify all actions, resources, and deliverables required to achieve the desired results.
  • Work independently with minimal supervision.

Please direct questions and resumes to Deputy Superintendent Jay Ginsberg at jaginsberg@nola.gov

Program Manager Disaster-CDBG

Entrance Salary

$60,000-$70,000

Description

The Office of Facilities, Infrastructure, and Community Development is seeking candidates to fill the position of DCDBG Program Manager.  This individual will be responsible for insuring that all participants in the program adhere to Federal, State, and Local compliance requirements.

Must provide technical assistance, track projects using Quickbase, attend Environmental Compliance review meetings, review new applications and amendments submitted by HGA, respond to any audit findings, and review vendor contracts/CEA’s.  Also, candidates must prepare requests for budget adjustments, conduct meetings with sub-recipients, provide written synopsis with action items, responsible party and deadlines for completion.

Candidates for the position must possess excellent written, oral, organizational and project management skills; also extensive knowledge of the rules, regulations, and interpretations governing CDBG funded projects.  Must also have a minimum of four 4 years work experience in project management, urban planning, public administration or related field.  The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of public financing, principles of sustainability, smart growth and public-private partnerships.

Interested individuals should submit resumes to:

City of New Orleans
Office of Facilities, Infrastructure, and Community Development
1340 Poydras Street, Suite 1000
New Orleans, LA 70112
Attention of: Melvin Baker, Human Resources Manager
Fax: (504)658-4238
Email: Mdbaker@nola.gov

The City of New Orleans is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, creed, culture, or ancestry.

Project Manager I

Entrance Salary

$50,000.00 - $65,000.00 annually plus benefits

Description

Division

Capital Projects Administration

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA/BS in architecture or related field preferred, but not required if candidate can demonstrate commensurate architectural and/or project management experience
  • Project Management certification (PMI, CMAA, etc.) highly desired
  • Five years of experience in architecture or construction with a track record of successful delivery of projects on time and within budget
  • Strong written and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, must possess the ability to prioritize assignments and build strong relationships
  • Must exhibit strong proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as project management systems such as project scheduling, scoping, budgeting, cost analysis, resource analysis, resource analysis and reporting

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Project Manager will provide administrative and technical oversight to construction projects for the City of New Orleans’ $1 billion Capital and Community Development Program
  • Assume overall responsibility for projects being delivered on schedule and within budget
  • Oversee consultant architecture/engineering firms for design and construction  administration
  • Provide city management with accurate and on-going status reports, recommend solutions for project issue resolution, coordinate design quality control and assurance, and manage contract, budget and claims
  • Serve as Project Manager for various types of municipal facility projects such as parks, community centers, and fire stations
  • Must be able to manage approximately 30 projects simultaneously and establish strong productive, collaborative relationships
  • Work closely with clients and internal staff to define scope of work, resource requirements, budgets, schedules, and deliverables
  • Prepare and periodically review and/or update project execution plans
  • Communicate progress effectively with team members and senior management
  • Provide design and architecture oversight to ensure facilities are designed and constructed to serve the needs of the end user and to reduce maintenance costs
  • Ensure that project work is completed on time and on budget;  focus on meeting contract scope and terms and conditions
  • Monitor significant deviations/inconsistencies, project progress and take corrective action when needed
  • Interface daily with external and internal clients in order to review project plans, budgets, status reports, and deliverables
  • Ensure that work product meets defined standard
  • Communicate efforts with counterparts and ensure an ongoing positive relationship
  • Participate in program activities including presentations and communications, contract negotiations, amendments, change orders, and contract claims

Please Email Resume to pmagee@nola.gov

Project Manager II

Entrance Salary

$65,000.00 - $85,000.00 annually plus benefits

Description

Minimum Qualifications

  • BA/BS in architecture, construction management or related field preferred and 10 years of experience managing budget, schedule and scope constraints for commercial/industrial construction projects
  • Must have a strong background in construction management with an ability to perform in a high demand environment
  • Project and/or Construction Management certification (PMI, CMAA, etc.) highly desired
  • Strong written and interpersonal skills, strong organizational skills, must possess the ability to work independently and within a team to prioritize assignments and build strong relationships
  • Must exhibit strong proficiency in Microsoft Suite Programs (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and project management tools, techniques and systems such as critical path scheduling, scoping, budgeting, cost analysis, resource analysis, etc.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Project Manager will provide administrative and technical oversight to construction projects for the City of New Orleans’ $1 billion Capital and Community Development Program
  • Assume overall responsibility for projects being delivered on schedule and within budget
  • Oversee consultant architecture/engineering firms for design and construction  administration
  • Manage project team during the construction phase to deliver projects on time and within budget
  • Provide city management with accurate and on-going status reports, recommend solutions for project issue resolution, coordinate design quality control and assurance, and manage contract, budget and claims
  • Serve as Project Manager for various types of municipal facility projects such as parks, community centers, and fire stations
  • Must be able to manage approximately a moderate project portfolio  and establish strong productive, collaborative relationships
  • Work closely with clients and internal staff to define scope of work, resource requirements, budgets, schedules, and deliverables
  • Prepare and periodically review and/or update project execution plans
  • Communicate progress effectively with team members and senior management
  • Provide design and architecture oversight to ensure facilities are designed and constructed to serve the needs of the end user and to reduce maintenance costs
  • Ensure that project work is completed on time and on budget;  focus on meeting contract scopes, terms and conditions
  • Monitor significant deviations/inconsistencies, project progress and take corrective action when required to maintain cost and schedule objectives
  • Interface daily with external and internal clients in order to review project plans, budgets, status reports, and deliverables
  • Ensure that work product meets defined standards
  • Communicate efforts with counterparts and ensure an ongoing positive relationship
  • Participate in program activities including presentations and communications, contract negotiations, amendments, change orders, contract claims, etc.

Digital resumes’ and related correspondence and written responses to each of the enclosed qualification and duty/responsibility requirements should be sent to Mr. Vincent A. Smith, Director of Capital Projects to the attention of Ms. Pia Magee  (pmagee@nola.gov).

Hard Copy Correspondence should be sent to:

Mr. Vincent A. Smith, Director
City of New Orleans - Capital Projects Administration/PDU
1300 Perdido Street, Suite 6E15
New Orleans, LA. 70112
Attn.: Ms. Pia Magee

What are unclassified jobs?

Jobs at the City are divided into unclassified and classified service. Persons not included in the unclassified service are in the classified service.

The following are considered to be in the unclassified service:

  • Officers elected by the people, and persons appointed to fill vacancies in elective offices.
  • The Chief Administrative Officer, and all department heads except the Director of Personnel.
  • One principal assistant or deputy and one person holding a confidential position for the Chief Administrative Officer, for each department head except the Department of Civil Service, for the council, and for each elected officer, board, authority, and commission established or recognized by this Charter.
  • Employees in the office of the Mayor and City Attorney.
  • Members of boards and advisory committees.
  • Bona fide students of schools employed by municipal agencies.
  • Railroad employees whose working conditions and retirement benefits are regulated by federal agencies in accordance with federal law.
 
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