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Treatment Plant Mechanic I|II   

JOB TITLE:

Treatment Plant Mechanic I|II

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

City of Sparks, NV Nevada United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Community Services Department is currently seeking to hire three Treatment Plant Mechanics at the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility.



Are you looking for a meaningful career that has a positive impact on the community? If you answered yes, come join the City of Sparks! Aside from working for an organization that is dedicated to the community, you will also receive a generous and competitive salary, benefit package, tuition reimbursement, bilingual pay (when applicable) and retirement plan.
People who come to Sparks stay in Sparks.


Application Tips:

  • Fill out and update your general online application before attaching it to any new job posting.
    HR reviews information listed on the application submitted to the specific job posting.
  • Contact information:use an email address you can easily access at any time.
  • The Qualifications section below is your guide to understand what the City is looking for on your application, use this to your advantage.
    It is up to the candidate seeking employment/promotion to include all relevant information for qualification purposes, on the application the candidate submits to be considered for the job.
  • Training & Experience Questions:In addition to submitting the application, you will need to answer the Training & Experience questions at the end of the application as this is your Civil Service Exam.
  • DOattach: licenses/transcripts/certificates that will demonstrate you meet the education or certification requirements (see qualifications section to determine what documents to attach) or preferred experience/education.
  • DO NOTattach resumes or cover letters.
    The City of Sparks does not review these items with the application.
  • Enable TEXT messagingin your application before you hit submit! This feature will allow the City to send you important reminders throughout the recruitment process.

If you have any questions, please email hrstaff@cityofsparks.
us.
The City of Sparks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Civil Service Testing:
The Civil Service Exam for this position will be a Training and Experience Questionnaire.
All applicants interested in consideration must complete the Training and Experience questions attached at the end of this job posting.
Training and Experience Questionnaires will be evaluated and given a score.
The score received will be the candidate's final Civil Service Exam score.
It is, therefore, in the candidates best interest to answer each question thoroughly.


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Description

Under general supervision, perform complex and specialized mechanical diagnostic maintenance and repair work on a variety of stationary equipment found in a tertiary wastewater treatment plant.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is the entry level class in this specialized equipment maintenance series.


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Description

Perform complex and specialized mechanical diagnostic maintenance and repair work on a variety of stationary equipment found in a tertiary wastewater treatment plant.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is the experienced level in the Treatment Plant Mechanic series, is expected to independently perform the full range of plant mechanical maintenance functions on a wide variety of specialized stationary equipment.


Applicants must possess the following minimum qualifications to continue in the recruitment process:


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent and two (2) years of experience as an industrial maintenance mechanic, with experience maintaining complex industrial mechanical equipment.
Successful completion of an industrial maintenance related trade school curriculum or apprenticeship program may be substituted for the experience on a year for year basis.

Licenses and Certificates:

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, the equivalent to a valid Nevada Class C driver's license.

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, a forklift certificate.

Must possess within two (2) years of hire and maintain throughout employment, a Nevada Grade I Plant Maintenance Technologist Certificate.



TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent and four (4) years of experience as an industrial maintenance mechanic with experience maintaining complex industrial mechanical equipment, in which two (2) years of experience is at a level equivalent to the Citys class of Treatment Plant Mechanic I.

Successful completion of an industrial maintenance related trade school curriculum or apprenticeship program may be substituted for the experience on a year for year basis.


Licenses and Certificates:

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, the equivalent to a valid Nevada Class C driver's license.


Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, a forklift certificate.


Must possess within two (2) years of hire and maintain throughout employment, a Nevada Grade II Plant Maintenance Technologist Certificate.


REATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Diagnose, test, repair, modify, disassemble and rebuild, install and troubleshoot a wide variety of wastewater treatment plant equipment, including: Industrial engines, blowers, augers, pipes and centrifuges, grit removal equipment, gear drives, primary and secondary sedimentation basins, pumps and pump room equipment, screw conveyers, gates, valves, heat exchangers and boiler systems, rack assemblies, check valves, mixers, chlorination and de-chlorination equipment, sludge and scum pumping equipment, sludge dewatering equipment, bar screen equipment, hydraulic systems and other mechanical systems.


Install, overhaul, repair and maintain gear reductions, chemical feed equipment, fluid drives, pumps, valves and related plant equipment and drive lines.
Fabricate and install new and modified equipment and systems.

Troubleshoot and diagnose operating problems and repair mechanical problems.
Remove, overhaul, repair, replace and test assigned equipment.
Perform preventive maintenance per an established scheduled and perform skilled mechanical work on stationary equipment found in a wastewater treatment plant.

Use and maintain a variety of hand, power and shop tools and test equipment related to the work skillfully and safely.
Fabricate replacement parts and fittings as necessary.

Estimate parts, materials and equipment required for the work and any proposed work.
Make requisitions and place orders for replacement parts as necessary.
Recommend contract work as required.

Observe safe work methods and utilize safety equipment related to the work.
Work in confined spaces and handle equipment in dangerous atmospheres.

Read, comprehend and interpret schematics, shop and operations manuals, other informational drawings and plans in performing work assignments.
Enter data accurately into an automated computer maintenance management program.

Prepare and maintain logs, records and reports of work performed.
Complete forms as necessary.

Respond to emergency situations as required.
Provide technical assistance to other employees on difficult and complex problems.
Direct the work of others on a project basis.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

Maintain knowledge of current technology in the stationary equipment and wastewater plant field.
Recommend and implement equipment modifications as required.

Perform other duties which may be assigned.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of repair and installation methods for pumps, pipes, and valves in an industrial environment
  • Knowledge of practices, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in a stationary plant and associated control systems diagnosis, repair, and modification of a variety of equipment
  • Knowledge of functions and capabilities of common machine tools and equipment
  • Knowledge of preventive maintenance practices and techniques
  • Knowledge of safety practices, equipment, and regulations of a major wastewater treatment facility
  • Knowledge of rigging principles and practices used in handling heavy objects
  • Knowledge of shop math
  • Knowledge of basic principles of electricity and electronics
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer applications and software related to the work including but not limited to, Microsoft Office
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with those contacted during work
  • Ability to train others in work procedures

Physical Demands:

Requires ability to work in an industrial setting and use standard office equipment.
Requires sufficient vision, hearing and manual dexterity to perform assigned duties and strength and stamina to climb stairways and ladders, lift and carry equipment weighing up to fifty (50) lbs.
regularly, and up to 75 lbs.
occasionally.
Ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time and to maneuver equipment and tools.
Must be willing to work with exposure to chemicals used in the wastewater treatment process and wear and work in self-contained breathing apparatus and ability to work in confined spaces.

Supplemental Job Information

  • This is a Civil Service position and is Non-Exempt under FLSA guidelines
  • This position reports to a Crew Supervisor
  • Supervision exercised: None
  • Required to be called back, held over, work off-hours, nights, weekends and holiday shifts
  • Required to work during emergency circumstances or inclement weather conditions
  • May be required to pass a pre-placement drug screen and background investigation


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Diagnose, test, repair, modify, disassemble and rebuild, install and troubleshoot a wide variety of wastewater treatment plant equipment, including: Industrial engines, blowers, augers, pipes and centrifuges, grit removal equipment, gear drives, primary and secondary sedimentation basins, pumps and pump room equipment, screw conveyers, gates, valves, heat exchangers and boiler systems, rack assemblies, check valves, mixers, chlorination and de-chlorination equipment, sludge and scum pumping equipment, sludge dewatering equipment, bar screen equipment, hydraulic systems and other mechanical systems.


Install, overhaul, repair and maintain gear reductions, chemical feed equipment, fluid drives, pumps, valves and related plant equipment and drive lines.
Fabricate and install new and modified equipment and systems.
Independently install, maintain, adjust and repair wastewater control and pumping equipment.


Troubleshoot and diagnose operating problems and repair mechanical problems.
Remove, overhaul, repair, replace and test assigned equipment.
Perform preventive maintenance per an established scheduled and perform skilled mechanical work on stationary equipment found in a wastewater treatment plant.


Use and maintain a variety of hand, power and shop tools and test equipment related to the work skillfully and safely.
Fabricate replacement parts and fittings as necessary.


Estimate parts, materials and equipment required for the work and any proposed work.
Make requisitions and place orders for replacement parts as necessary.
Recommend contract work as required.


Read, comprehend and interpret schematics, shop and operations manuals, other informational drawings and plans in performing work assignments.
Enter data accurately into an automated computer maintenance management program.

Prepare and maintain logs, records and reports of work performed.
Complete forms as necessary.


Respond to emergency situations as required.
Provide technical assistance to other employees on difficult and complex problems.
Direct the work of others on a project basis.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Understand and follow written and oral instructions.


Maintain knowledge of current technology in the stationary equipment and wastewater plant field.
Recommend and implement equipment modifications as required.


Perform other duties which may be assigned.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of repair and installation methods for pumps, pipes, and valves in an industrial environment
  • Knowledge of practices, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in a stationary plant and associated control systems diagnosis, repair, and modification of a variety of equipment
  • Knowledge of functions and capabilities of common machine tools and equipment
  • Knowledge of preventive maintenance practices and techniques
  • Knowledge of safety practices, equipment, and regulations of a major wastewater treatment facility
  • Knowledge of rigging principles and practices used in handling heavy objects
  • Knowledge of shop math
  • Knowledge of basic principles of electricity and electronics
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer applications and software related to the work including but not limited to, Microsoft Office
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with those contacted during work
  • Ability to train others in work procedures
Physical Demands:
Requires ability to work in an industrial setting and use standard office equipment.
Requires sufficient vision, hearing and manual dexterity to perform assigned duties and strength and stamina to climb stairways and ladders, lift and carry equipment weighing up to fifty (50) lbs.
regularly, and up to 75 lbs.
occasionally.
Ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time and to maneuver equipment and tools.
Must be willing to work with exposure to chemicals used in the wastewater treatment process and wear and work in self-contained breathing apparatus and ability to work in confined spaces.


Supplemental Job Information

  • This is a Civil Service position and is Non-Exempt under FLSA guidelines
  • This position reports to a Crew Supervisor
  • Supervision exercised: None
  • Required to be called back, held over, work off-hours, nights, weekends and holiday shifts
  • Required to work during emergency circumstances or inclement weather conditions
  • May be required to pass a pre-placement drug screen and background investigation

Human Resources will require prior to the first examination for the position, necessary documentary evidence be submitted for fitness of any qualification.
Any requirement not met for the advertised position prior to the first examination for that position, will be cause for Human Resources to decline to examine, certify or hire the applicant.


Recruitment Communication:

Human Resources will be contacting you at various stages of the recruitment process via email only, even if you have chosen U.
S.
mail for prior application processes or for applications with other agencies.
Please make sure your email address is accurate.

Reasonable Accommodation :

Human Resources will make efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled candidates in the selection process.
If you have special needs, please notify the Human Resources office when you turn in your application or at least three (3) business days prior to the examination/interview by calling (775) 353-2345.

Disclaimer :

The City of Sparks hires and promotes candidates based on a competitive merit selection process, which may include any or all of the following: screening for minimum qualifications, written examinations, supplemental training and experiencequestionnaires, assessment centers, interviews (oral or written), physical tests or any combination which the Sparks Civil Service Commission may order.


Scoring in the top five (5) for promotion or top ten (10) for entry level in any part of the selection process merely advances the applicant to a higher round of examination, which may consist of additional interviews and other evaluations.
Scoring in the top five (5) or ten (10) gives no right to be selected for the position.
The City of Sparks reserves the right to select applicants who demonstrate the best combination of qualifications for the position.

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

79996.8 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707246672-e15c31d6369eaa502aee6aae4be2f541

LOCATION:

Nevada United States

CITY:

City of Sparks, NV

Job Origin:

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The Community Services Department is currently seeking to hire three Treatment Plant Mechanics at the Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility.



Are you looking for a meaningful career that has a positive impact on the community? If you answered yes, come join the City of Sparks! Aside from working for an organization that is dedicated to the community, you will also receive a generous and competitive salary, benefit package, tuition reimbursement, bilingual pay (when applicable) and retirement plan. People who come to Sparks stay in Sparks.

Application Tips:

  • Fill out and update your general online application before attaching it to any new job posting. HR reviews information listed on the application submitted to the specific job posting.
  • Contact information:use an email address you can easily access at any time.
  • The Qualifications section below is your guide to understand what the City is looking for on your application, use this to your advantage. It is up to the candidate seeking employment/promotion to include all relevant information for qualification purposes, on the application the candidate submits to be considered for the job.
  • Training & Experience Questions:In addition to submitting the application, you will need to answer the Training & Experience questions at the end of the application as this is your Civil Service Exam.
  • DOattach: licenses/transcripts/certificates that will demonstrate you meet the education or certification requirements (see qualifications section to determine what documents to attach) or preferred experience/education.
  • DO NOTattach resumes or cover letters. The City of Sparks does not review these items with the application.
  • Enable TEXT messagingin your application before you hit submit! This feature will allow the City to send you important reminders throughout the recruitment process.

If you have any questions, please email hrstaff@cityofsparks.us. The City of Sparks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Civil Service Testing:
The Civil Service Exam for this position will be a Training and Experience Questionnaire. All applicants interested in consideration must complete the Training and Experience questions attached at the end of this job posting. Training and Experience Questionnaires will be evaluated and given a score. The score received will be the candidate's final Civil Service Exam score. It is, therefore, in the candidates best interest to answer each question thoroughly.

TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Description

Under general supervision, perform complex and specialized mechanical diagnostic maintenance and repair work on a variety of stationary equipment found in a tertiary wastewater treatment plant.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is the entry level class in this specialized equipment maintenance series.


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Description

Perform complex and specialized mechanical diagnostic maintenance and repair work on a variety of stationary equipment found in a tertiary wastewater treatment plant.

Distinguishing Characteristics

This is the experienced level in the Treatment Plant Mechanic series, is expected to independently perform the full range of plant mechanical maintenance functions on a wide variety of specialized stationary equipment.


Applicants must possess the following minimum qualifications to continue in the recruitment process:


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent and two (2) years of experience as an industrial maintenance mechanic, with experience maintaining complex industrial mechanical equipment. Successful completion of an industrial maintenance related trade school curriculum or apprenticeship program may be substituted for the experience on a year for year basis.

Licenses and Certificates:

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, the equivalent to a valid Nevada Class C driver's license.

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, a forklift certificate.

Must possess within two (2) years of hire and maintain throughout employment, a Nevada Grade I Plant Maintenance Technologist Certificate.



TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Education and Experience:

High School Diploma or equivalent and four (4) years of experience as an industrial maintenance mechanic with experience maintaining complex industrial mechanical equipment, in which two (2) years of experience is at a level equivalent to the Citys class of Treatment Plant Mechanic I.
Successful completion of an industrial maintenance related trade school curriculum or apprenticeship program may be substituted for the experience on a year for year basis.

Licenses and Certificates:

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, the equivalent to a valid Nevada Class C driver's license.

Must possess within thirty (30) days of hire and maintain throughout employment, a forklift certificate.

Must possess within two (2) years of hire and maintain throughout employment, a Nevada Grade II Plant Maintenance Technologist Certificate.


REATMENT PLANT MECHANIC I

Diagnose, test, repair, modify, disassemble and rebuild, install and troubleshoot a wide variety of wastewater treatment plant equipment, including: Industrial engines, blowers, augers, pipes and centrifuges, grit removal equipment, gear drives, primary and secondary sedimentation basins, pumps and pump room equipment, screw conveyers, gates, valves, heat exchangers and boiler systems, rack assemblies, check valves, mixers, chlorination and de-chlorination equipment, sludge and scum pumping equipment, sludge dewatering equipment, bar screen equipment, hydraulic systems and other mechanical systems.


Install, overhaul, repair and maintain gear reductions, chemical feed equipment, fluid drives, pumps, valves and related plant equipment and drive lines. Fabricate and install new and modified equipment and systems.

Troubleshoot and diagnose operating problems and repair mechanical problems. Remove, overhaul, repair, replace and test assigned equipment. Perform preventive maintenance per an established scheduled and perform skilled mechanical work on stationary equipment found in a wastewater treatment plant.

Use and maintain a variety of hand, power and shop tools and test equipment related to the work skillfully and safely. Fabricate replacement parts and fittings as necessary.

Estimate parts, materials and equipment required for the work and any proposed work. Make requisitions and place orders for replacement parts as necessary. Recommend contract work as required.

Observe safe work methods and utilize safety equipment related to the work. Work in confined spaces and handle equipment in dangerous atmospheres.

Read, comprehend and interpret schematics, shop and operations manuals, other informational drawings and plans in performing work assignments. Enter data accurately into an automated computer maintenance management program.

Prepare and maintain logs, records and reports of work performed. Complete forms as necessary.

Respond to emergency situations as required. Provide technical assistance to other employees on difficult and complex problems. Direct the work of others on a project basis. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

Maintain knowledge of current technology in the stationary equipment and wastewater plant field. Recommend and implement equipment modifications as required.

Perform other duties which may be assigned.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of repair and installation methods for pumps, pipes, and valves in an industrial environment
  • Knowledge of practices, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in a stationary plant and associated control systems diagnosis, repair, and modification of a variety of equipment
  • Knowledge of functions and capabilities of common machine tools and equipment
  • Knowledge of preventive maintenance practices and techniques
  • Knowledge of safety practices, equipment, and regulations of a major wastewater treatment facility
  • Knowledge of rigging principles and practices used in handling heavy objects
  • Knowledge of shop math
  • Knowledge of basic principles of electricity and electronics
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer applications and software related to the work including but not limited to, Microsoft Office
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with those contacted during work
  • Ability to train others in work procedures

Physical Demands:

Requires ability to work in an industrial setting and use standard office equipment. Requires sufficient vision, hearing and manual dexterity to perform assigned duties and strength and stamina to climb stairways and ladders, lift and carry equipment weighing up to fifty (50) lbs. regularly, and up to 75 lbs. occasionally. Ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time and to maneuver equipment and tools. Must be willing to work with exposure to chemicals used in the wastewater treatment process and wear and work in self-contained breathing apparatus and ability to work in confined spaces.

Supplemental Job Information

  • This is a Civil Service position and is Non-Exempt under FLSA guidelines
  • This position reports to a Crew Supervisor
  • Supervision exercised: None
  • Required to be called back, held over, work off-hours, nights, weekends and holiday shifts
  • Required to work during emergency circumstances or inclement weather conditions
  • May be required to pass a pre-placement drug screen and background investigation


TREATMENT PLANT MECHANIC II

Diagnose, test, repair, modify, disassemble and rebuild, install and troubleshoot a wide variety of wastewater treatment plant equipment, including: Industrial engines, blowers, augers, pipes and centrifuges, grit removal equipment, gear drives, primary and secondary sedimentation basins, pumps and pump room equipment, screw conveyers, gates, valves, heat exchangers and boiler systems, rack assemblies, check valves, mixers, chlorination and de-chlorination equipment, sludge and scum pumping equipment, sludge dewatering equipment, bar screen equipment, hydraulic systems and other mechanical systems.

Install, overhaul, repair and maintain gear reductions, chemical feed equipment, fluid drives, pumps, valves and related plant equipment and drive lines. Fabricate and install new and modified equipment and systems. Independently install, maintain, adjust and repair wastewater control and pumping equipment.

Troubleshoot and diagnose operating problems and repair mechanical problems. Remove, overhaul, repair, replace and test assigned equipment. Perform preventive maintenance per an established scheduled and perform skilled mechanical work on stationary equipment found in a wastewater treatment plant.

Use and maintain a variety of hand, power and shop tools and test equipment related to the work skillfully and safely. Fabricate replacement parts and fittings as necessary.

Estimate parts, materials and equipment required for the work and any proposed work. Make requisitions and place orders for replacement parts as necessary. Recommend contract work as required.

Read, comprehend and interpret schematics, shop and operations manuals, other informational drawings and plans in performing work assignments. Enter data accurately into an automated computer maintenance management program.
Prepare and maintain logs, records and reports of work performed. Complete forms as necessary.

Respond to emergency situations as required. Provide technical assistance to other employees on difficult and complex problems. Direct the work of others on a project basis. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

Maintain knowledge of current technology in the stationary equipment and wastewater plant field. Recommend and implement equipment modifications as required.

Perform other duties which may be assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of repair and installation methods for pumps, pipes, and valves in an industrial environment
  • Knowledge of practices, techniques, materials, tools, and equipment used in a stationary plant and associated control systems diagnosis, repair, and modification of a variety of equipment
  • Knowledge of functions and capabilities of common machine tools and equipment
  • Knowledge of preventive maintenance practices and techniques
  • Knowledge of safety practices, equipment, and regulations of a major wastewater treatment facility
  • Knowledge of rigging principles and practices used in handling heavy objects
  • Knowledge of shop math
  • Knowledge of basic principles of electricity and electronics
  • Knowledge of and ability to use computer applications and software related to the work including but not limited to, Microsoft Office
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with those contacted during work
  • Ability to train others in work procedures
Physical Demands:
Requires ability to work in an industrial setting and use standard office equipment. Requires sufficient vision, hearing and manual dexterity to perform assigned duties and strength and stamina to climb stairways and ladders, lift and carry equipment weighing up to fifty (50) lbs. regularly, and up to 75 lbs. occasionally. Ability to walk and stand for extended periods of time and to maneuver equipment and tools. Must be willing to work with exposure to chemicals used in the wastewater treatment process and wear and work in self-contained breathing apparatus and ability to work in confined spaces.

Supplemental Job Information

  • This is a Civil Service position and is Non-Exempt under FLSA guidelines
  • This position reports to a Crew Supervisor
  • Supervision exercised: None
  • Required to be called back, held over, work off-hours, nights, weekends and holiday shifts
  • Required to work during emergency circumstances or inclement weather conditions
  • May be required to pass a pre-placement drug screen and background investigation

Human Resources will require prior to the first examination for the position, necessary documentary evidence be submitted for fitness of any qualification. Any requirement not met for the advertised position prior to the first examination for that position, will be cause for Human Resources to decline to examine, certify or hire the applicant.


Recruitment Communication:

Human Resources will be contacting you at various stages of the recruitment process via email only, even if you have chosen U.S. mail for prior application processes or for applications with other agencies. Please make sure your email address is accurate.

Reasonable Accommodation :

Human Resources will make efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to disabled candidates in the selection process. If you have special needs, please notify the Human Resources office when you turn in your application or at least three (3) business days prior to the examination/interview by calling (775) 353-2345.

Disclaimer :

The City of Sparks hires and promotes candidates based on a competitive merit selection process, which may include any or all of the following: screening for minimum qualifications, written examinations, supplemental training and experiencequestionnaires, assessment centers, interviews (oral or written), physical tests or any combination which the Sparks Civil Service Commission may order.

Scoring in the top five (5) for promotion or top ten (10) for entry level in any part of the selection process merely advances the applicant to a higher round of examination, which may consist of additional interviews and other evaluations. Scoring in the top five (5) or ten (10) gives no right to be selected for the position. The City of Sparks reserves the right to select applicants who demonstrate the best combination of qualifications for the position.


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