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Communications Operations Manager   

JOB TITLE:

Communications Operations Manager

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Santa Clara Capellen United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Full Time

Administration and Management

Information Technology And Communication ServicesSalary

$156,770.
64 - $202,878.
00 Annually

Description

USDJob Description

The Department

The men and women of the Santa Clara Police Department take tremendous pride in providing the community with outstanding service through the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Santa Clara Way\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" of service.
In partnership with the citizens, the team provides law enforcement services with professional and dedicated staff.
The team will always identify and resolve problems utilizing all available resources and perform services professionally and with a high level of integrity.
To learn more visit our website .


The Position

This is a management position in the unclassified service.
An incumbent in this position has the responsibility to plan, organize, lead, and control the operations of the Dispatch Division of the Police Department.
The incumbent, using good management and supervisory skills, manages, motivates, corrects, and evaluates assigned subordinate personnel.
Additionally, the incumbent will transmit messages or documents of a confidential nature.


As a member of the City's Unclassified Service, this is an \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"at-will\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" position and the incumbent serves at the discretion of the City Manager.
An incumbent in this classification: demonstrates strong ethical, professional, and service-oriented leadership and interpersonal skills; sets a good example; and correctly applies the tenets of the City's Code of Ethics and values.


THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL MULTIPLE POSITIONS IN THIS, OR OTHER DIVISIONS OR DEPARTMENTS BESIDES THE POSITIONS LISTED BELOW.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN EMPLOYMENT IN THIS CLASSIFICATION, YOU SHOULD APPLY TO ENSURE YOU ARE CONSIDERED FOR ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES THAT MAY UTILIZE THE APPLICANTS FROM THIS RECRUITMENT.


MEETING THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMITTANCE INTO THE EXAMINATION PROCESS.
ONLY THE MOST QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WHO DEMONSTRATE THE BEST COMBINATION OF QUALIFICATIONS IN RELATION TO THE REQUIREMENTS AND DUTIES OF THE POSITION WILL BE INVITED TO TEST OR INTERVIEW.


The annual salary range for this position is $156,770.
64 - $202,878.
00.
This position will be filled at or near the bottom of the salary range.


Typical Duties

Under general direction, duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Screens and recommends the selection of operations personnel;
  • Deals effectively with a wide range of personnel matters;
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual budget for Communications Operations;
  • Supervises operations personnel;
  • Prepares statistical data;
  • Conducts and oversees training programs for operations personnel;
  • Performs liaison duties with other City departments;
  • Coordinates emergency operations between various departmental personnel and equipment;
  • Operates computer equipment for information essential to the operation of the department;
  • Acts as the custodian of record for retention of recorded data;
  • Maintains statistical information and other necessary data;
  • Investigates and resolves complaints received from the public, user departments and other agencies;
  • Counsels employees when appropriate; and
  • Performs related duties as required for the position, including dispatching in times of emergency or when needed.


Minimum Qualifications

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Equivalent to graduation from high school and thirty (30) semester units of college level work with an emphasis in public safety, supervision and management, public administration or related subjects; and
  • Five years' experience dispatching in the public safety field, at least two (2) years of which having been at the supervisory level.
    Possible Substitutions:
  • Administrative or supervisory experience in a public safety department may be substituted for the dispatching experience on a year for year basis.


LICENSEPossession of a valid California Class C driver's license is required at time of appointment and for duration of employment.


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

  • Willing to respond to callback in case of major emergencies or local disasters;
  • Willing to work Saturdays and odd, irregular and unusual hours;
  • Will be required to pass a City background investigation, which will include fingerprinting, polygraph and/or psychological testing; and
  • Must be able to perform all of the essential functions of the job.
    Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country.
    Please be informed that the City of Santa Clara will not sponsor, represent, or sign documents related to visa applications/transfers for H1B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application.


Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities

Knowledge of:

  • Two way radio and telephone communications operations; and
  • The rules and regulations of the FCC as they pertain to two way radio telephone communications.


Ability to:

  • Schedule, organize, train, lead, and manage the work of subordinates;
  • Spell correctly and write legibly;
  • Enunciate clearly and distinctly;
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, fellow workers and related agencies;
  • Carry out oral and written instructions;
  • Initiate and maintain written records and to write reports of unusual occurrences;
  • Oversee the instruction and training of subordinates in operational procedures;
  • Work in a team based environment and achieve common goals;
  • Effectively handle multiple priorities, organize workload and meet strict deadlines;
  • Maintain composure and work accurately in emergency situations;
  • Operate computer and other business tools; and
  • Bend, stoop, reach, walk up and down stairs and stand or sit for prolonged periods of time.


Additional Information

You must answer all job-specific questions in order to be considered for this vacancy or your application will be deemed incomplete and withheld from further consideration.
Applications must be filled out completely (i.
e.
do not write see resume or personnel file.
).
To receive consideration for the screening process, candidates must submit a

  • Cover Letter and, 2) Resume.


Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Application packets may be submitted online through the Apply Now feature on the job announcement at www.
santaclaraca.
gov .
This recruitment is open until filled and applications will be screened every 2-3 weeks.
A first review of applications will be on January 31, 2024.


The City of Santa Clara is an equal opportunity employer.
Applicants for all job openings will be considered without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful under any federal, state or local laws.
The City of Santa Clara is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to job applicants with disabilities.
If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at (408) 615-2080 or HumanResources@santaclaraca.
gov .


City of Santa Clara Benefit Summary Overview for Bargaining Unit #9Miscellaneous Unclassified Management

This summary provides a brief overview of the City of Santa Claras benefits available to Bargaining Unit #9 employees in 2024.
In the event of any conflict between the information in this summary and the applicable official plan documents, City Managers Directives (CMDs), Personnel and Salary Resolution, or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the applicable official plan documents, CMDs, Personnel and Salary Resolution, or MOU will prevail over this summary.
Benefits are subject to change.


Retirement

Membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS)

Classic Employees: 2.
7% @ age 55 formula -employee pays 8.
00% of gross pay, minus $61 bi-weeklyNew Employees: 2.
0% @ age 62 formula - employee pays 7.
00% of gross pay

Medicare and Social Security (FICA)

Employee pays 6.
20% up to $10,397.
40(Social Security) and 1.
45% (Medicare) of gross payHealth Insurance:

Choice Of Two Delta Dental Plans; Enrollment Is MandatoryCity Pays Lowest Cost Employee Only Plan; Additional Cost Is Paid By EmployeeCoverage Is Effective As Early Asthe First Day Of The Monthafter Date Of HireVision Insurance

City contribution up to $2042.
82/month, based on enrollment in a CalPERS health planEmployees electing health coverage with premiums above the City health contribution will pay additional premium costs from salary on a pre-tax basisCoverage is effective as early asthe first day of the monthafter date of hireIf an employee enrolls in a plan with a premium that is less than $946.
86/month, they will be paid the difference in cashEmployees hired on or after 1/1/2023who opt-out of City-offered health insurance and provide annual attestation and acceptableproof of alternative required coverage for themselves and their tax family, if applicable, are eligible for a cash-in-lieu amount of $250/month.
Contact Human Resources for more detailsDental Insurance:

Choice Of Two VSP PlansCity Pays Lowest Cost Employee Only Plan; Additional Cost Is Paid By EmployeeCoverage Is Effective As Early Asthe First Day Of The Monthafter Date Of HireVoluntary Employee Beneficiary Association (VEBA)

City contributes $50.
00 a month toward employees VEBA accountAccount funds may be used to pay for qualified medical expenses after separation from the City and after age 50 (pre-tax)Life Insurance:

City Pays For $50,000 Of Basic Life Insurance CoverageCoverage Is Effective The First Of The Month After One Calendar Month Of EmploymentAdditional Optional Insurance May Be Purchased By The Employee For The Employee, Spouse, Domestic Partner, And/or Dependent ChildrenState Disability Insurance (SDI)

Employee pays 1.
1% of gross pay (includes Paid Family Leave)7 day waiting period.
Weekly paid leave for absences due to non-work related injuries/illnesses.
Benefit is based on past earnings.
Refer to edd.
ca.
gov for more informationPaid Family Leave (PFL):

Up to 8 weeks of benefits within a 12-month period to care for a family member or to bond with a new childNo waiting period.
Weekly paid leave benefit.
Benefit is based on past earnings.
Refer to edd.
ca.
gov for more information

Long Term Disability (LTD) Insurance

Benefit is 60% of basic wage up to $13,333; max $8,000/monthCity paid benefit.
City pays $.
207/$100 of insured earnings60 calendar day waiting periodCoverage is effective the first of the month after one calendar month of employmentDeferred Compensation:

Voluntary Plan Through Nationwide Retirement SolutionsEmployee May Contribute Up To The Lesser Of The IRS Maximum Or100% Of Gross Compensation Into a Pre-tax 457(b) Account Or a Post-tax Roth 457(b) Account (or a Combination Of The Two Accounts) Subject To IRS RulesFlexible Spending Account (IRS Section 125 Plan)

Employee may contribute up to $3,200per year in pre-tax dollars to a health care spending accountEmployee may contribute up to $5,000 per year in pre-tax dollars to a dependent care spending accountEmployee may contribute up to $315per month in pre-tax dollars to a commuter benefit planVacation:

Vacation is accrued bi-weekly, cannot use vacation during first 6 months of City service

For 1 -4 years of service: 10 days (80 hours)/yearFor 5 -9 years of service: 15 days (120 hours)/yearFor 10 - 15 years of service: 21 days (168 hours)/yearFor 16 - 20 years of service: 22 days (176 hours)/yearFor 21+ years of service: 24 days (192 hours)/year

Maximum Accrual Is 480 Hours Once Per Year, Employees Can Elect To Convert Up To 80 Hours Of Accrued Vacation To Cash To Be Paid Out In Up To Two Cash-outs The Following Calendar Year Sick Leave

Sick leave is accrued bi-weekly for equivalent of 96 hours per calendar year with no maximum accrual

Up to 48 hours/year of accumulated sick leave may be used for family illnessUp to 32 hours/year of accumulated sick leave may be used for personal leave

Employee May Convert Sick Leave To Vacation Once Per Calendar Year (annual Maximum Conversion Is 96 Hours Sick To 48 Hours Vacation) Partial Sick Leave Payoff Provision On Retirement Depending On Years Of Service Management Leave

120 hours of management leave credited to employees each January 1st

New employees hired between January 1st and June 30th receive 120 hours of management leave their first yearNew employees hired between July 1st and December 31st receive 60 hours of management leave their first year

Unused Management Leave May Be Carried Over From One Calendar Year To The Next; However, An Employee May Never Have More Than 240 Hours (calendar Years 2021 Through 2024) Of banked Management Leave Holidays

Seventeen paid eight-hour holidays per year (13 & 4 holidays between 12/25 to 1/1 of following year)Mobile Communication Device Allowance:

$80/month In Lieu Of Carrying a City-issued Cell PhoneAuto Allowance (an Alternative To Mileage Reimbursement Or Use Of a City Vehicle)

Department Heads receive $320/month (up to $520, with City Manager approval).
Other Unit 9 employees can receive $200/month (Up to $500 with City Manager approval)

Tuition Reimbursement Program

Up to $2,000 per fiscal year for tuition reimbursementEmployee Assistance Program:

Confidential Counseling To Employees And Dependents.
Up To Maximum Of Five (5) Consultations Per Family Member Per Incident Per YearCity Paid BenefitRetiree Medical Reimbursement Program

Employees who retire from the City with at least ten (10) years of service shall receive reimbursement to help cover retiree single health insurance premiums.
The reimbursement maximum includes the PEMHCA minimum.
Up to age 65, retirees are eligible for reimbursement up to$416/month in 2024(amount adjusted annually)After age 65, retirees are eligible for reimbursement up to $249/month in 2024(amount adjusted annually)Alternate Work Schedule:

An employee shall be eligible to work a 9/80 alternate work schedule according to the conditions, criteria, and requirements set forth in City Manager's Directive 71.
Requests to work a 9/80 schedule shall be made through or by the Department Head to the City Manager.
The City Manager must approve the schedule and the City Manager or Department Head (for employees other than Department Heads) may terminate the schedule at anytime.


Job Address

Employer

City of Santa Clara, CA

This listing is managed by:About City of Santa ClaraCommunity, Authenticity and Opportunity

Santa Clara is a family oriented and business friendly city, led by a city government that has developed an award-winning ethics program and a commitment to fostering the public trust.
Located in Santa Clara County at the southern tip of San Francisco Bay, about 45 miles south of San Francisco, Santa Clara is a strategic regional hub, convenient to freeways, airports, railroads, expressways, light rail and other public transportation.
\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"The Mission City\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" was founded in 1852 and has grown into an internationally diverse community of about 120,000 residents with employment base of about 106,750.
With 19.
3 square miles of tree-lined neighborhoods, thriving commercial and industrial centers, and 300 days of sunshine each year, it is an ideal location for individuals, families, and businesses.
Santa Clara is home to an extraordinary array of high-tech companies, including Applied Materials, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Nvidia, Oracle, and Ericsson.
The City of Santa Clara is also home to Santa Clara University, Californias Great America Theme Park, and Levis Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers and Super Bowl 50.
Not Your Typical Bay Area City

Voted one of ten All-America Cities in the New Millennium by the National Civic League, Santa Clara has a \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"High Tech, Human Touch, H2\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" approach to serving the community's needs.
It offers the region's lowest combined utility costs in the nine Bay Area counties, with savings of 30 to 40% on electricity alone, and it is consistently rated one of the most affordable cities in the nation for business.
At the core of the City's government is a dedication to ethics, transparency and service to the community.
Santa Clara is a Charter City with a Council / Manager form of government.
The City's financial stability ensures the highest levels of citizen and business service, low business taxes and solid real estate value, and it is also one of the safest U.
S.
cities with a population of 75,000+.
This dedication community is most readily seen in the outstanding efforts and services provided by our world-class police and fire departments.
Our outstanding public safety record includes the highest fire rating in Santa Clara County and some of the fastest emergency response times in the state.
Speed is critical in Santa Clara--from response times with emergency services to responsiveness at the speed of business.
More than 9,400 businesses, including many of the world's top technology firms, have started, taken root and thrived in the City of Santa Clara.
Our dedication to the business community reaches beyond business licenses and services, but focuses on individualized assistance and attention, especially for large or complex business applications that need the involvement of multiple City departments.
In these cases, a dedicated liaison will help guide businesses through the process and ensure clear and complete communication.
Welcome to Santa Clara.
Welcome to what's possible!

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SALARY:

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

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LOCATION:

Capellen United States

CITY:

Santa Clara

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Full Time

Administration and Management

Information Technology And Communication ServicesSalary

$156,770.64 - $202,878.00 Annually

Description

USDJob Description

The Department

The men and women of the Santa Clara Police Department take tremendous pride in providing the community with outstanding service through the \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Santa Clara Way\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" of service. In partnership with the citizens, the team provides law enforcement services with professional and dedicated staff. The team will always identify and resolve problems utilizing all available resources and perform services professionally and with a high level of integrity. To learn more visit our website .

The Position

This is a management position in the unclassified service. An incumbent in this position has the responsibility to plan, organize, lead, and control the operations of the Dispatch Division of the Police Department. The incumbent, using good management and supervisory skills, manages, motivates, corrects, and evaluates assigned subordinate personnel. Additionally, the incumbent will transmit messages or documents of a confidential nature.

As a member of the City's Unclassified Service, this is an \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"at-will\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" position and the incumbent serves at the discretion of the City Manager. An incumbent in this classification: demonstrates strong ethical, professional, and service-oriented leadership and interpersonal skills; sets a good example; and correctly applies the tenets of the City's Code of Ethics and values.

THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL MULTIPLE POSITIONS IN THIS, OR OTHER DIVISIONS OR DEPARTMENTS BESIDES THE POSITIONS LISTED BELOW. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN EMPLOYMENT IN THIS CLASSIFICATION, YOU SHOULD APPLY TO ENSURE YOU ARE CONSIDERED FOR ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES THAT MAY UTILIZE THE APPLICANTS FROM THIS RECRUITMENT.

MEETING THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMITTANCE INTO THE EXAMINATION PROCESS. ONLY THE MOST QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WHO DEMONSTRATE THE BEST COMBINATION OF QUALIFICATIONS IN RELATION TO THE REQUIREMENTS AND DUTIES OF THE POSITION WILL BE INVITED TO TEST OR INTERVIEW.

The annual salary range for this position is $156,770.64 - $202,878.00. This position will be filled at or near the bottom of the salary range.

Typical Duties

Under general direction, duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Screens and recommends the selection of operations personnel;
  • Deals effectively with a wide range of personnel matters;
  • Assists in the preparation of the annual budget for Communications Operations;
  • Supervises operations personnel;
  • Prepares statistical data;
  • Conducts and oversees training programs for operations personnel;
  • Performs liaison duties with other City departments;
  • Coordinates emergency operations between various departmental personnel and equipment;
  • Operates computer equipment for information essential to the operation of the department;
  • Acts as the custodian of record for retention of recorded data;
  • Maintains statistical information and other necessary data;
  • Investigates and resolves complaints received from the public, user departments and other agencies;
  • Counsels employees when appropriate; and
  • Performs related duties as required for the position, including dispatching in times of emergency or when needed.

Minimum Qualifications

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Equivalent to graduation from high school and thirty (30) semester units of college level work with an emphasis in public safety, supervision and management, public administration or related subjects; and
  • Five years' experience dispatching in the public safety field, at least two (2) years of which having been at the supervisory level.Possible Substitutions:
  • Administrative or supervisory experience in a public safety department may be substituted for the dispatching experience on a year for year basis.

LICENSEPossession of a valid California Class C driver's license is required at time of appointment and for duration of employment.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS

  • Willing to respond to callback in case of major emergencies or local disasters;
  • Willing to work Saturdays and odd, irregular and unusual hours;
  • Will be required to pass a City background investigation, which will include fingerprinting, polygraph and/or psychological testing; and
  • Must be able to perform all of the essential functions of the job.Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country. Please be informed that the City of Santa Clara will not sponsor, represent, or sign documents related to visa applications/transfers for H1B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application.

Knowledge, Skills, And Abilities

Knowledge of:

  • Two way radio and telephone communications operations; and
  • The rules and regulations of the FCC as they pertain to two way radio telephone communications.

Ability to:

  • Schedule, organize, train, lead, and manage the work of subordinates;
  • Spell correctly and write legibly;
  • Enunciate clearly and distinctly;
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, fellow workers and related agencies;
  • Carry out oral and written instructions;
  • Initiate and maintain written records and to write reports of unusual occurrences;
  • Oversee the instruction and training of subordinates in operational procedures;
  • Work in a team based environment and achieve common goals;
  • Effectively handle multiple priorities, organize workload and meet strict deadlines;
  • Maintain composure and work accurately in emergency situations;
  • Operate computer and other business tools; and
  • Bend, stoop, reach, walk up and down stairs and stand or sit for prolonged periods of time.

Additional Information

You must answer all job-specific questions in order to be considered for this vacancy or your application will be deemed incomplete and withheld from further consideration. Applications must be filled out completely (i.e. do not write see resume or personnel file.). To receive consideration for the screening process, candidates must submit a

  • Cover Letter and, 2) Resume.

Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Application packets may be submitted online through the Apply Now feature on the job announcement at www.santaclaraca.gov . This recruitment is open until filled and applications will be screened every 2-3 weeks. A first review of applications will be on January 31, 2024.

The City of Santa Clara is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants for all job openings will be considered without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status or any other consideration made unlawful under any federal, state or local laws. The City of Santa Clara is committed to offering reasonable accommodations to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at (408) 615-2080 or HumanResources@santaclaraca.gov .

City of Santa Clara Benefit Summary Overview for Bargaining Unit #9Miscellaneous Unclassified Management

This summary provides a brief overview of the City of Santa Claras benefits available to Bargaining Unit #9 employees in 2024. In the event of any conflict between the information in this summary and the applicable official plan documents, City Managers Directives (CMDs), Personnel and Salary Resolution, or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the applicable official plan documents, CMDs, Personnel and Salary Resolution, or MOU will prevail over this summary. Benefits are subject to change.

Retirement

Membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS)

Classic Employees: 2.7% @ age 55 formula -employee pays 8.00% of gross pay, minus $61 bi-weeklyNew Employees: 2.0% @ age 62 formula - employee pays 7.00% of gross pay

Medicare and Social Security (FICA)

Employee pays 6.20% up to $10,397.40(Social Security) and 1.45% (Medicare) of gross payHealth Insurance:

Choice Of Two Delta Dental Plans; Enrollment Is MandatoryCity Pays Lowest Cost Employee Only Plan; Additional Cost Is Paid By EmployeeCoverage Is Effective As Early Asthe First Day Of The Monthafter Date Of HireVision Insurance

City contribution up to $2042.82/month, based on enrollment in a CalPERS health planEmployees electing health coverage with premiums above the City health contribution will pay additional premium costs from salary on a pre-tax basisCoverage is effective as early asthe first day of the monthafter date of hireIf an employee enrolls in a plan with a premium that is less than $946.86/month, they will be paid the difference in cashEmployees hired on or after 1/1/2023who opt-out of City-offered health insurance and provide annual attestation and acceptableproof of alternative required coverage for themselves and their tax family, if applicable, are eligible for a cash-in-lieu amount of $250/month. Contact Human Resources for more detailsDental Insurance:

Choice Of Two VSP PlansCity Pays Lowest Cost Employee Only Plan; Additional Cost Is Paid By EmployeeCoverage Is Effective As Early Asthe First Day Of The Monthafter Date Of HireVoluntary Employee Beneficiary Association (VEBA)

City contributes $50.00 a month toward employees VEBA accountAccount funds may be used to pay for qualified medical expenses after separation from the City and after age 50 (pre-tax)Life Insurance:

City Pays For $50,000 Of Basic Life Insurance CoverageCoverage Is Effective The First Of The Month After One Calendar Month Of EmploymentAdditional Optional Insurance May Be Purchased By The Employee For The Employee, Spouse, Domestic Partner, And/or Dependent ChildrenState Disability Insurance (SDI)

Employee pays 1.1% of gross pay (includes Paid Family Leave)7 day waiting period. Weekly paid leave for absences due to non-work related injuries/illnesses. Benefit is based on past earnings. Refer to edd.ca.gov for more informationPaid Family Leave (PFL):

Up to 8 weeks of benefits within a 12-month period to care for a family member or to bond with a new childNo waiting period. Weekly paid leave benefit. Benefit is based on past earnings. Refer to edd.ca.gov for more information

Long Term Disability (LTD) Insurance

Benefit is 60% of basic wage up to $13,333; max $8,000/monthCity paid benefit. City pays $.207/$100 of insured earnings60 calendar day waiting periodCoverage is effective the first of the month after one calendar month of employmentDeferred Compensation:

Voluntary Plan Through Nationwide Retirement SolutionsEmployee May Contribute Up To The Lesser Of The IRS Maximum Or100% Of Gross Compensation Into a Pre-tax 457(b) Account Or a Post-tax Roth 457(b) Account (or a Combination Of The Two Accounts) Subject To IRS RulesFlexible Spending Account (IRS Section 125 Plan)

Employee may contribute up to $3,200per year in pre-tax dollars to a health care spending accountEmployee may contribute up to $5,000 per year in pre-tax dollars to a dependent care spending accountEmployee may contribute up to $315per month in pre-tax dollars to a commuter benefit planVacation:

Vacation is accrued bi-weekly, cannot use vacation during first 6 months of City service

For 1 -4 years of service: 10 days (80 hours)/yearFor 5 -9 years of service: 15 days (120 hours)/yearFor 10 - 15 years of service: 21 days (168 hours)/yearFor 16 - 20 years of service: 22 days (176 hours)/yearFor 21+ years of service: 24 days (192 hours)/year

Maximum Accrual Is 480 Hours Once Per Year, Employees Can Elect To Convert Up To 80 Hours Of Accrued Vacation To Cash To Be Paid Out In Up To Two Cash-outs The Following Calendar Year Sick Leave

Sick leave is accrued bi-weekly for equivalent of 96 hours per calendar year with no maximum accrual

Up to 48 hours/year of accumulated sick leave may be used for family illnessUp to 32 hours/year of accumulated sick leave may be used for personal leave

Employee May Convert Sick Leave To Vacation Once Per Calendar Year (annual Maximum Conversion Is 96 Hours Sick To 48 Hours Vacation) Partial Sick Leave Payoff Provision On Retirement Depending On Years Of Service Management Leave

120 hours of management leave credited to employees each January 1st

New employees hired between January 1st and June 30th receive 120 hours of management leave their first yearNew employees hired between July 1st and December 31st receive 60 hours of management leave their first year

Unused Management Leave May Be Carried Over From One Calendar Year To The Next; However, An Employee May Never Have More Than 240 Hours (calendar Years 2021 Through 2024) Of banked Management Leave Holidays

Seventeen paid eight-hour holidays per year (13 & 4 holidays between 12/25 to 1/1 of following year)Mobile Communication Device Allowance:

$80/month In Lieu Of Carrying a City-issued Cell PhoneAuto Allowance (an Alternative To Mileage Reimbursement Or Use Of a City Vehicle)

Department Heads receive $320/month (up to $520, with City Manager approval). Other Unit 9 employees can receive $200/month (Up to $500 with City Manager approval)

Tuition Reimbursement Program

Up to $2,000 per fiscal year for tuition reimbursementEmployee Assistance Program:

Confidential Counseling To Employees And Dependents. Up To Maximum Of Five (5) Consultations Per Family Member Per Incident Per YearCity Paid BenefitRetiree Medical Reimbursement Program

Employees who retire from the City with at least ten (10) years of service shall receive reimbursement to help cover retiree single health insurance premiums. The reimbursement maximum includes the PEMHCA minimum.Up to age 65, retirees are eligible for reimbursement up to$416/month in 2024(amount adjusted annually)After age 65, retirees are eligible for reimbursement up to $249/month in 2024(amount adjusted annually)Alternate Work Schedule:

An employee shall be eligible to work a 9/80 alternate work schedule according to the conditions, criteria, and requirements set forth in City Manager's Directive 71. Requests to work a 9/80 schedule shall be made through or by the Department Head to the City Manager. The City Manager must approve the schedule and the City Manager or Department Head (for employees other than Department Heads) may terminate the schedule at anytime.

Job Address

Employer

City of Santa Clara, CA

This listing is managed by:About City of Santa ClaraCommunity, Authenticity and Opportunity

Santa Clara is a family oriented and business friendly city, led by a city government that has developed an award-winning ethics program and a commitment to fostering the public trust. Located in Santa Clara County at the southern tip of San Francisco Bay, about 45 miles south of San Francisco, Santa Clara is a strategic regional hub, convenient to freeways, airports, railroads, expressways, light rail and other public transportation.\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"The Mission City\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" was founded in 1852 and has grown into an internationally diverse community of about 120,000 residents with employment base of about 106,750. With 19.3 square miles of tree-lined neighborhoods, thriving commercial and industrial centers, and 300 days of sunshine each year, it is an ideal location for individuals, families, and businesses.Santa Clara is home to an extraordinary array of high-tech companies, including Applied Materials, Hewlett-Packard, Intel, Nvidia, Oracle, and Ericsson. The City of Santa Clara is also home to Santa Clara University, Californias Great America Theme Park, and Levis Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers and Super Bowl 50.Not Your Typical Bay Area City

Voted one of ten All-America Cities in the New Millennium by the National Civic League, Santa Clara has a \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"High Tech, Human Touch, H2\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" approach to serving the community's needs. It offers the region's lowest combined utility costs in the nine Bay Area counties, with savings of 30 to 40% on electricity alone, and it is consistently rated one of the most affordable cities in the nation for business.At the core of the City's government is a dedication to ethics, transparency and service to the community. Santa Clara is a Charter City with a Council / Manager form of government. The City's financial stability ensures the highest levels of citizen and business service, low business taxes and solid real estate value, and it is also one of the safest U.S. cities with a population of 75,000+.This dedication community is most readily seen in the outstanding efforts and services provided by our world-class police and fire departments. Our outstanding public safety record includes the highest fire rating in Santa Clara County and some of the fastest emergency response times in the state.Speed is critical in Santa Clara--from response times with emergency services to responsiveness at the speed of business. More than 9,400 businesses, including many of the world's top technology firms, have started, taken root and thrived in the City of Santa Clara. Our dedication to the business community reaches beyond business licenses and services, but focuses on individualized assistance and attention, especially for large or complex business applications that need the involvement of multiple City departments. In these cases, a dedicated liaison will help guide businesses through the process and ensure clear and complete communication.Welcome to Santa Clara. Welcome to what's possible!

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