Responsibilites Provides Election Department support to all precincts located throughout Miami-Dade County. Assigned a specific number of precincts which are further allocated to a specific Collection Center. Functions as a resource at the precinct to assist the Elections Specialist (ES) and the Election Board members. Knowledge, Abilities, & Skills Have valid driver’s license (NO POINTS IN THE LAST 3 YEARS and able to pass background screening (MANDATORY) High school diploma; college degree preferred Exceptional Customer Service skills Proficient in English and able to effectively articulate ideas verbally and in writing to diverse categories of people Must be proficient in the use current technology (ex. Smartphone, tablet, etc.) Must be professional in appearance and demeanor Able to assimilate quickly to changes Must be an effective listener who is able to follow instructions to the letter Must be a team player
This is supervisory clerical work or independent clerical work of comparable responsibility requiring skilled typing. Employees in this class supervise the work of a moderate sized staff engaged in varied clerical duties of a complex nature or perform independent work of a comparable level of difficulty. Primary responsibilities typically include planning, assigning, and reviewing work of a subordinate staff performing clerical duties requiring knowledge of established procedures and regulations for a specific county operation. Some employees in this class serve in a secretarial capacity to an executive where skill in stenography is not essential, requiring considerable knowledge of departmental organization, programs, policies, and regulations. Incumbents are frequently required to keep informed on changes in basic laws and related regulations pertaining to the work and to train subordinates accordingly. General supervision is received from an executive or other supervisor who assists with unusual and difficult problems.
This is heavy manual work performing more difficult housekeeping tasks on an assigned shift in County buildings or facilities. Employees in this class perform heavy manual work involving a variety of housekeeping tasks to assist in the maintenance of a variety of County buildings. Duties include operating various types of automatic housekeeping equipment, cleaning restrooms and offices, removing trash, washing windows, vacuuming carpets and mopping floors. Incumbents are responsible for the use of proper methods and materials in cleaning and caring for buildings and equipment. Work is distinguished from that of the next lower class by the requirement for greater skill in the performance of work, more independence of action and primary operation of various types of automated housekeeping equipment. Supervision is received from a custodial supervisor who periodically inspects work in progress and upon completion for satisfactory performance of housekeeping assignments.
This is moderately heavy manual work performing routine housekeeping tasks on an assigned shift in County buildings or facilities. Employees in this class perform manual work involving a variety of housekeeping and domestic tasks to assist in the maintenance of County buildings. Duties include cleaning restrooms and offices, washing windows, removing trash, vacuuming carpets and mopping floors. Incumbents are responsible for the use of proper methods and materials in cleaning and in caring for buildings and equipment. Supervision is received from a custodial supervisor who periodically inspects work in progress and upon completion for satisfactory performance of housekeeping assignments.
This is advanced administrative work for the Miami-Dade Public Housing & Community Development (PHCD) Agency. An employee in this class is responsible for coordinating and reviewing reasonable accommodation requests (RAR); and coordinating and reviewing fraud investigations and criminal background checks of applicants and participants of the Public Housing and Section 8 programs. Responsibilities include assisting in other compliance functions such as internal auditing and quality assurance reviews; Fair Housing complaints; development and implementation of policies and procedures related to HUD regulations and annual development of HUD required agency plan. General direction is received from an administrative superior who reviews work in progress and upon completion and assists with difficult or unusual problems.
This is supervisory clerical work involving some administrative responsibility in the management of diversified clerical operations of a major organizational unit. Employees in this class perform a range of responsible duties including work planning and progression, the assignment and review of other supervisory and operating employees in moderately large units engaged in processing and maintaining a volume of fiscal and operating functions. Work may also involve assisting an administrative superior by relieving him of routine office management functions or performing specialized operational or clerical activities under general supervision. The incumbent is responsible for the proper performance of independent work decisions based on experience and knowledge of departmental operations but refers policy, difficult technical or procedural matters to a superior for resolution. Work is assigned and reviewed through conferences with administrators or technical superiors who review work for general administrative effectiveness by personal observation, review of written reports and by providing assistance in matters of policy interpretation.
This is skilled work at the journeyman level in the construction, maintenance and repair of wooden articles, equipment and structures. Employees in this class are responsible for performing skilled carpentry tasks in accordance with standard trade practices. Work involves skilled hand and bench carpentry duties including the operation of power-driven wood-working machinery. Assignments may be made verbally or consist of written instructions, sketches, diagrams or blueprints. Supervision may occasionally be exercised over various trades helpers who assist in various phases of carpentry work. Supervision is received from a technical or administrative superior who periodically inspects work in progress and upon completion for satisfactory application of carpentry skills and adherence to job specifications.
This is administrative work in performing various administrative activities in a central administrative division or special program in a county department or agency. Employees in this class are responsible for performing various administrative duties in assisting departmental management in carrying out required administrative operations. Duties or combination of duties performed vary, depending on the department to which assigned. Some incumbents in the class perform specialized duties of a staff nature relating to a specific Miami-Dade County Solicitation FB-00361 5/4/2016 2:41 PM p. 22 program. Employees are assigned duties such as cost analysis and control, budget preparation and expenditure control, purchasing and inventory work, methods and procedure studies, report or grant proposal preparation and personnel administration. Incumbents exercise some independent judgment in devising and installing new work methods, interpreting rules, regulations and procedures and in making recommendations to superiors. Supervision may be exercised over clerical and technical employees who assist in various phases of administrative operations. Supervision is received from an administrative superior who reviews work for attainment of desired management objectives and conformity with established administrative and departmental policies and procedures through conferences, personal inspections and review of reports.
ACCOUNTANT 2 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting and one year of professional accounting experience; Bachelor's degree to include 21 semester credits in Accounting and one year of professional accounting experience; or one year of satisfactory performance as an Accountant 1 in the County service are required. Data Processing coursework may substitute for Accounting coursework to a maximum of six semester credits.