NOTE: The normal starting salary for this position is $54,413.28/annually. A higher salary may be considered, dependent on the qualifications and experience of the selected applicant and/or the City’s step placement policy.
Internal Number: 202200488
This position is located in the Aquatics Division of the Parks and Recreation Department within the City of Oklahoma City and is under the direction of an immediate supervisor. Employees of this classification perform work of a responsible supervisory level and perform project related administrative duties. Employees under the direction of a Field Operations Supervisor are assigned to semi-skilled and technical trades classifications routinely involved in field maintenance or construction activity. Essential job functions include: prioritizing and distributing assignments to a specialized work unit or multiple work crews; reviewing work orders and scheduling work activities; demonstrating proper safety and work procedures to subordinates, to ensure the efficient and safe completion of their assignments; compiling information for reports, budget, goals and objectives; performing routine inspections of work in progress and upon completion; recording and reporting work progress; maintaining records of maintenance and equipment usage; and responding to routine citizen complaints or inquiries by correcting problems or investigating the nature of complaints and responding verbally or in writing. The work is primarily performed independently, under the general direction of the immediate supervisor. The incumbent is responsible for the quality of workmanship and procedures followed to carry out a given work assignment. The employee is required to possess all skills, knowledge, and abilities of employees supervised, prior to assuming the position.
Knowledge of and skill in applying supervisory practices.
Knowledge of and skill in demonstrating work and safety procedures.
Knowledge of subordinate’s duties and responsibilities.
Skill in communicating effectively.
Skill in coordinating multiple work assignments.
Skill in standard report preparation.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to make decisions and set priorities.
Willingness to assume responsibility for workers and equipment.
Possession of a valid driver license (Operator).
Possession of an Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Waterworks Operator, Wastewater Works Operator or Distribution and Collection Technician or Operator Certification (Utilities) (Required Class Certification dependent on position(s) supervised).