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  Security – 1st Shift Museum Attendant (OPS/Part-Time) Job ID 47073 Apply on or before 7/27/2020 at:    Learn More About The Ringling · Facebook · Twitter · Instagram · Flickr · Pinterest · YouTube   Responsibilities Museum Attendants will work a variety of assigned posts and events in all buildings on the museum grounds and at The Asolo Repertory Theater, as well as patrol buildings and grounds on foot and by golf cart. Museum Attendants are responsible for the safety of all staff and visitors and the protection of the collection, buildings, and grounds. This position will occasionally utilize computers to write reports, send correspondences, and submit work orders.   Duties will include: · Guarding against theft, vandalism, and other damage. · Assisting with urgent/emergency situations, such as accidents/injuries, medical emergencies, theft, vandalism, and other incidents calmly and in a timely manner. · Conducting daily inspections of assigned areas and escorting staff and guests. · Monitoring visitor activity to ensure adherence to museum/Asolo policies and procedures. · Customer service oriented at all times to include enforcing policies and interacting with guests, briefly responding to visitor/staff requests and questions to the best of their ability in a courteous manner, and/or directing them to where they can find the information.   Qualifications · High school diploma/equivalent required. · Must have the ability to communicate orally and in writing, as well as via computer and two-way radio. · Must have the ability to stand for long periods of time, walk significant distances, patrol multi-story buildings, and climb stairs to respond to emergencies. · Must be able to calmly respond to emergencies. · Must be skilled in customer service as this is a front line position that interacts with and provides information to the visiting public. · Must present a professional image in accordance with the established uniform and appearance standards. · A valid driver's license is required for this position. · Please note, three professional references must be provided when applying (phone and/or email is acceptable) and will be contacted should you be interviewed.   Preferred · Verbal fluency in foreign languages, especially Spanish, German, French, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian.   Anticipated Salary Range $10.00 per hour.   Museum Attendants also receive:   · Regular training on upcoming exhibitions · Private gallery talks with curators · Free admission · Discounts on memberships · Discounts in the museum stores · Discounts on select performances and events and much more!   Pay Plan This is an OPS/Part-Time Job.   Schedule Primary working hours are between 9:30 am - 5:00 pm on a rotating schedule. Approximately 28 hours per week. Weekends, evenings, and holidays will be required based the needs of the Ringling.   Criminal Background Check This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check, to include fingerprinting. The background check will be conducted as authorized and in accordance with University Policy 4-OP-C-7-B11.   How To Apply If qualified and interested in a specific job opening as advertised, apply to Florida State University at If you are a current FSU employee, apply via myFSU > Self Service.   Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume.   Contact Info For more information, or for technical assistance, please contact Ringling Human Resources at 941-359-5700 ext. 2605 or    Affordable Care Act OPS employees are covered under the Affordable Care Act. OPS employees that meet certain criteria will be offered affordable health care coverage. For more information, please visit the following website regarding the Affordable Care Act,   Equal Employment Opportunity An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer.   FSU's Equal Opportunity Statement can be viewed at:    About The Ringling The Ringling is a preeminent center for the arts, history, performance, and learning that is dedicated to bringing the past and contemporary culture to life through extraordinary visitor experiences. From its inception, The Ringling has joined the diverse visual traditions and theatrical spectacle of yesterday with the genre-defying global practitioners of today. A place of exploration, discovery and respite, The Ringling’s campus in Sarasota, Florida--which includes the Museum of Art, Circus Museum, a historic home, an 18th-century theater and bayfront gardens--is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As the State Art Museum of Florida and part of Florida State University, The Ringling fulfills an important educational mission. The Ringling offers formal and informal programs of study serving as a major resource for students, scholars and lifelong learners of every age across the region, country, and around the world. For more information, please visit   

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TITLE: Night Security Officer

ORGANIZATION: East Bay Conservation Society of California

DEPARTMENT: Public Safety

REPORTS TO: Public Safety Manager or Supervisor

CLASSIFICATION: Exempt: ( ) Non-exempt: (X)

TYPE: Regular: (X) Seasonal/Temporary: (X)

STATUS: Full-time: (X) Part-time: (X)

RATE: Salaried: ( ) Hourly: (X)


General Security and Customer Service Duties. Upholds the mission and values established by the Conservation Society of California (the “Zoo”) and adheres to policies and procedures as set forth by the Zoo.


Extends professional courtesy and assistance to the public and other employees while immediately reporting dishonest ones.

Prevents, points out, and reports illegalities and policy violations. Assists with Internal Investigations.

Controls access at Zoo Entrances.

Completes Daily/Nightly Activity Logs along with making nightly detex rounds.

Initiates and writes Accident/Incident/Hazard Reports and various other documentation required to protect Zoo assets and liability.

Conducts vehicle and foot patrols, open and lock gates, perform revenue escorts, Robbery Prevention, Public Safety, and Building Security/ Alarm monitoring and response.

Participates in Rental Facility and Event Security (optional).

Serves as and relieves the Main Gate Guard.

Places and retrieves traffic cones, temporary signs, and barriers.

Maintains post and vehicle cleanliness.

Reports and logs Lost and Found Items.

Cones off and issues rules to renters of Picnic / Party Areas.

Clears / Closes Zoo, Rides Area, Picnic / Party Areas.

Controls Litter.

Public Safety Day Shift will brief you on events occurring earlier and how to proceed.

Patrol and secure all buildings (interior and exterior).

Demonstrates superior customer service, both internal (i.e. co-workers) and external (vendors, visitors, customers, etc).

Demonstrates knowledge of, and supports, the Conservation Society of California’s mission, vision, value statements, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality standards, and the code of behavior.

Performs other related duties as required and assigned.


1) Required knowledge, skills & abilities:

Over 21 years of age preferred since some events include alcohol, but must be over the age of 18.

Must be able to problem solve and effectively read, write, and take directions in English.

Must agree to utilize a time clock / hand scan to document personnel arrival and departure times as well as lunch periods.

Must comply with a Dress Code that includes properly wearing a prescribed uniform and being neatly groomed.

Must have a current California Driver’s License and maintain a good D.M.V. Driving Record (that satisfies the Zoo’s Insurance Carrier).

Must be reliable, dependable, honest, courteous, and professional while ensuring confidentiality when necessary.

Must be available to work weekends and holidays unless otherwise authorized.

Able to bend and twist, lift, stand, kneel, sit, walk, bend, stoop and speak regularly and for long periods of time (8 hour shifts)

2) Minimum educational level:

High School Graduate or G.E.D.

Current State of California Security Guard Card preferred.

3) Experience required:

Must have experience working with the public.

Previous Security experience preferred.


Please note that this job description intends to describe the general nature and level of work being performed the people or person assigned to this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and/or skills required of the personnel for this position. The order in which duties and responsibilities are listed is not significant, and personnel may be required to perform duties beyond this list or outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time or as needed.


Email your resume and cover letter to along with:

• 2 Professional references preferred

If you choose to apply via email, please remember to put the title of the position in your subject -- failure to do so may result in your application not being seen/forwarded to the correct party for review.

You may also download an application by going to our website (under "Employment", where you will be able to print out a blank copy of our application form. You can then mail your completed applications to the address provided in application or FAX your application and resume to (510) 746-7175 (attn: HR).

In addition, you may pick up an Employment Application at the parking booth/main entrance (Golf Links Road) to the Zoo. You may simply return your completed application, along with your resume, etc., back to the Main Gate or to the Zoo's Human Resources office.

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$22.00 - $28.00/Hour DOE

Open Until Filled – First Review of Applications 07/20/2020


The Town of Paradise Valley is currently accepting applications for a Police Dispatcher.  Paradise Valley, Arizona is situated in the heart of the Metro Phoenix area between Phoenix and Scottsdale and encompasses 16 square miles.  Our Dispatchers are a vital link between the public and police personnel working in the field. Under general supervision, answers routine and emergency 911 calls; operates two-way radios to answer questions and dispatch law enforcement officers to respond to calls and alarms.




·         Receives and routes emergency 9-1-1 phone calls; gathers critical information, determines priority, responds to and/or dispatches to the appropriate resources.

·         Answers non-emergency calls, provides customer service and responds to requests for information from internal/external customers and agencies.

·         Records and documents all calls noting the required information, time, nature of the call and the time and nature of action taken to provide a record of daily activities

·         Operates ACJIS, NCIC, PACE, and Department network computer systems to enter and retrieve information and data.

·         Operates radio system, maintaining communication with officers in the field.

·         Monitors the Town alarm system, including identifying and verifying the type and location of the alarm source, determining appropriate response to handle the situation, and dispatching police or fire units to the alarm location.

·         Actively participates and accomplishes organizational and departmental goals and objectives.



·         Knowledge of 911 emergency dispatch policies and practices.

·         Knowledge of NCIC, Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS), and PACE computer operation and use policies and procedures, as well as CAD and other law enforcement oriented software uses and operations.

·         Knowledge of general Town Police Department and Fire Department operations.

·         Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisors, the general public that is sufficient to exchange or convey information or to receive work direction.

·         Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with State, Federal, and local law enforcement officers, Fire Department staff, and the public.

·         Skill in communicating using telephone and radio equipment.

·         Skill in evaluating emergency calls and determining the response needed by interviewing, listening and using critical thinking.

·         Skill in remaining calm and assisting others in emergency situations so that necessary information can be obtained and relayed to responding personnel.

·         Skill in entering and retrieving information using a computer and relevant software applications.

·         Skill in operating a variety of office equipment, including a computer terminal.

·         Ability to learn the PAM alarm system responses policies and procedures.

·         Ability to learn the names and locations of streets in the Town of Paradise Valley.

·         Ability to manage time effectively.

·         Ability to type 40 wpm.

·         Ability to speak, read and write in the English language.



Qualified applicants will possess a HS diploma or GED.  Experience equivalent to one year of full time public safety dispatch work is preferred.  Must possess certification or have ability to become certified to operate National Crime Information Center terminal (NCIC) and Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS) terminal, as well as obtain and maintain any state certifications required by the state of Arizona for the position of Police Dispatcher. 



This position is Open until Filled.  The first review of applications is 07/20/2020.  In order to be considered, all applicants must complete the Town of Paradise Valley online application, submit a letter of interest and resume.  The application is located on our website at:



After review of applications, the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the selection process.  The finalists will undergo an interview, extensive background investigation, polygraph, psychological and medical examinations.  EOE/M/F/D/V

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The Community
In 1889, the Rio Verde Canal Company sent two surveyors to what is now the Town of Paradise Valley. They were so taken by the beauty and tranquility of the desert landscape, they named the area “Paradise Valley.” The Town of Paradise Valley was created in response to concerns that the sparsely populated desert lifestyle of their community was in danger of slipping away due to threatened annexation and the changing density and commercialization of neighboring Phoenix and Scottsdale. Today, and throughout the Town’s 59-year history, residents are very involved and committed to the original vision: preserving and maintaining quiet surroundings, open space and valuing limited government.

Well known as one of the most affluent, aesthetically pleasing communities in Arizona, Paradise Valley lies in the heart of metropolitan Phoenix nestled between Phoenix and Scottsdale and encompasses 15 square mile. Due to the natural beauty of the desert and the surrounding hillsides and mountains, the Town provides residents and visitors with the sense that Paradise Valley is a very unique and special place to be.

Arizona Business Journal consistently ranks Paradise Valley as the wealthiest community in the state. Most of the Town’s homes are on lots of one acre or more and 72.8% are valued at $1 million or more. Despite the Town’s relatively small and population (14,355) compared to other cities in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to nine world class resorts, making it one of Arizona’s premier tourist destinations. Currently in construction is the Town’s newest resort, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Luxury Estates and Villas.

Limited commercial enterprise is permitted in town as long as it is compatible with the residential lifestyle. In addition to the resorts, there are several places of worship, public and private schools, medical offices and three golf courses. The combination of its temperate climate, central location, and unlimited recreational, cultural and shopping opportunities nearby makes Paradise Valley an ideal place to live, play and visit.

The Government

The Town of Paradise Valley has a Council-Manager form of government. The Town Council consists of the Mayor and six Council members. The Council members are elected to serve four year staggered terms and the Mayor is elected every two years. Since incorporation in 1961, Town government has relied on resident volunteers, including the Mayor, all Council Members, the Presiding Judge, Associate Judges, Judges Pro Tem, and Hearing Officers. The Council appoints the Town Manager, the Town Attorney, the Municipal Judges, and members of all committees, commissions and boards.

Town revenues come primarily from Hotel Sales Tax, Bed Tax, Construction Sales Tax, Other Local Sales Tax and state shared revenues. The Town also relies on its neighboring cities for some essential services. It has intergovernmental agreements with the City of Phoenix for fire service and the City of Scottsdale for wastewater management. Those residents who are not covered by Scottsdale for wastewater management are either septic, or on the City of Phoenix sewer system. Other utilities, such as gas, electric, refuse collection and recycling, are provided by private companies residents.

The Town Manager is responsible for the management of the Town and oversees Finance, Police and Engineering. The Deputy Town Manager oversees Community Development, Public Works, IT and Intergovernmental Affairs. The Town currently has 92 authorized positions.

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