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[greenyes] Job: Environmental Coordinator, Culver City, CA - Open until 11/11/04

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Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 15:39:14 -0700
From: "Skinner, Damian" <damian.skinner@no.address>

From: Oliver, Kathleen
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 8:41 AM
Subject: Job Announcement - Environmental Coordinator

The subject position is now open.

CITY HALL · P.O. BOX 507, CULVER CITY, CA 90232-0507 · PERSONNEL OFFICE (310) 253-5651

SALARY: The monthly salary range is $5,210 to $6,360. (In addition, the City pays the employee?s 7%
retirement contribution to the Public Employees? Retirement System. Employee pays 1%)*
FILING: A City application must be submitted to the Personnel Department and will be accepted until 5:30 p.m. November 11, 2004.
DUTIES: This classified management position is responsible for the oversight of administrative projects
and programs in the Sanitation Division, ensuring compliance with federal, state and local laws
and regulations regarding hazardous/toxic materials and waste. Researches, responds to and
monitors legislation and regulations affecting the Sanitation Division?s activities. Solicits and
administers the City?s contract with a Hazardous Waste hauler, ensuring proper handling and
disposal. Implements the Division?s Compliance Planning Guide, including the Hazard
Assessment and Injury and Illness Prevention Program. Develops, coordinates and
implements the solid waste management reduction, diversion and recycle programs and
projects including budget preparation, expenditure control, training and public education and
relations. Oversees the City?s daily load checking program and evaluates potential hazards of
toxic materials, ensuring the safety of those working in the Transfer Station. Provides
assistance to the Sanitation Manager through conducting research, analysis and studies and
recommending courses of action, as well as interpreting rules and regulations. Researches,
applies for and manages available grant funds from public and private sources. Serves as
liaison to City departments, community members and/or groups and private business
regarding reuse, reduction and recycle programs encouraging involvement and support.
Audits waste reduction plans and practices. Maintains various records and prepares reports
as necessary to support and carry out the responsibilities of the position. May perform in an
acting capacity in the Sanitation Manager?s absence. Performs other related duties as
REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor?s Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration,
business, the physical sciences or a related field, and two years recent experience in waste
management programs. Additional experience may be considered in-lieu of education on a
year-to-year basis. Possession of a 40-hour Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste
Workers (OSHA) Certificate is desirable. Possession of a valid California Class C driver?s
license is required.
PROCEDURE: Written: Evaluation of technical writing exercise weighted at 50%.
Appraisal Interview: To evaluate training experience and personal qualifications weighted at
How to Apply: Applications may be obtained from the Personnel Office, City Hall, 9770 Culver Boulevard,
Culver City, CA 90232-0507. Telephone (310) 253-5651 (Job Line).
* In the event an employee leaves City service prior to retirement, this contribution including interest is remitted to
the employee upon application to the retirement system.
Note: Proof of U.S. citizenship, alien residency, or authorization to work in the U.S. will be required before appointment to this position. Special
assistance for persons with disabilities is available to help with the application and examination process upon request. Contact the Personnel Director,
P.O. Box 507, Culver City, CA 90232-0507. (310) 253-5640 V/TDD (310) 253-5647 (Hearing Impaired Only). ? Women, Minorities & Disabled
Encouraged to Apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract express or implied and any provisions in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice.
The City of Culver City, with a population of 40,000, is 8 miles from the
Civic Center of Los Angeles and 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean, near the
intersection of the Santa Monica and San Diego Freeways. Culver City is a
?charter? city, governed by a 5-member City Council and managed by a
Chief Administrative Officer, assisted by 10 department heads, including an
elected City Clerk and City Treasurer.
1) Official City employment application completed (demonstrating
possession of minimum qualifications), signed, and filed by 5:30
p.m., on or before filing date (filing time may vary if noted on
reverse side of this form).
2) Successful completion of all parts of the examination process one
(1) or more of the following: written, appraisal interview, or
performance, and physical agility. Applicants will be notified as to
date, time, and location for each part.
3) Successful completion of all parts of a background check:
conviction record, fingerprint check, proof of age, medical
examination and loyalty oath.
4) Final standing in top three (3) on eligibility list form which
appointment must be made.
Proof of honorable discharge (DD214) must be submitted by final filing date
to claim veteran?s preference. Reserve duty, including active reserve
training duty, does not meet eligibility requirements for entitlement to
veteran?s preference. (Veteran?s preference does not apply to promotional
Seniority points will be computed in accordance with Civil Service Rules
and Regulations.
These are typical benefits, but may vary by negotiated agreements with employee bargaining units.
RETIREMENT: Employees are currently covered by the Public Employees? Retirement System (City pays 7%
contribution and employee pays 1%), and social security.
DEFERRED COMPENSATION: Employees may voluntarily contribute to a city sponsored deferred compensation plan.
MEDICAL-DENTAL: Choice of health and dental plans for employees and dependants. Some employee contribution
may be required.
VISION: Vision insurance for employees and dependents is provided.
LIFE INSURANCE: Term life insurance is also provided.
HOLIDAYS: 13 paid holidays per year for most classifications.
VACATION: 80 hours per year after one year of service. Increases in vacation accrual occur after 4, 14, and
19 years of service.
SICK LEAVE: 96 hours per year.
UNIFORMS Those employees required to wear uniforms will be either: (a) reimbursed for uniform articles; or
(b) furnished uniforms depending upon classification.


Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485

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