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Accounting Supervisor with Finance Department
Under the direction of the Finance Director, the Accounting Supervisor performs accounting duties and is responsible for coordinating the oversite of Finance Department staff, perform fiscal and budget analysis, reconciliations, and postings; assisting in the development of financial statements, reports and project proposals. The Accounting Supervisor works with other City departments to develop or improve communications for reporting of costing, cash flow and financial analysis. Accounting Supervisor will assist in preparing audits of records and adhere to City policies and procedures. The Accounting Supervisor considered a mid-level position where work is performed according to established procedures with little variance from those procedures required. This position involves extensive contact with department employees, other departments, the public, and external businesses, agencies, and organizations. The Accounting Supervisor position requires a tactful, pleasant, courteous, and diplomatic manner, and a neat appearance. Download the Job Announcement.

Ambulance Driver
The Ambulance Driver drives the ambulance to respond to emergency calls when the ambulance is needed. Download the Job Announcement.

Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT)
The Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) responds to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to the health center. Download the Job Announcement.

Harbor Officer/ Harbormaster
The Harbor Officer performs work related to the operation and maintenance of St. Paul Harbor to ensure the efficient and safe operation of the harbor and its facilities. The incumbent serves as an “all-hazards” responder.

This position works under the supervision of the Harbormaster. Work is performed under limited supervision. Assignments are received in the form of specific directives of what is to be accomplished. Position involves extensive contact with department employees and the public, frequent contact with other departments and other entities on Saint Paul Island, with Saint Paul Island Police Officers, and occasional contact with other agencies. Contact requires the exercise of diplomacy in dealing with potentially dangerous situations. The working environment is inherently dangerous due to the nature of the position and the work involved. The Harbor Officer wears a department issued uniform. The Harbormaster directs the operation and maintenance of the Saint Paul Harbor to ensure the efficient and safe operation of the harbor and its facilities. The incumbent serves as an “all-hazards” responder, expected to tackle a variety of maritime law enforcement, firefighting, emergency medical, search and rescue and emergency management tasks, as assigned. The Harbormaster may be designated as a peace officer for purposes of enforcing laws, rules and regulations pertaining to port and harbor operations.

This position works under the supervision of the Public Safety Director and may take functional direction from the City Manager. Work is performed independently. Assignments are received in the form of general outlines of what is to be accomplished and the employee determines the most appropriate course of action consistent with departmental rules, regulations, and procedures.

Position involves extensive contact with department employees and the public, frequent contact with other departments and other entities on Saint Paul Island, and occasional contact with law enforcement and other agencies. Contact requires the exercise of diplomacy in dealing with potentially dangerous situations. The working environment is inherently dangerous due to the nature of the position and the work involved. The Harbormaster wears a department issued uniform. Download the Job Announcement.

Mechanic with Public Works Department, Motor Pool Division
A Mechanic identifies and diagnoses defects of City equipment and vehicles and performs necessary repairs, including preventive maintenance. This position works under the direct supervision of the Motor Pool Supervisor and may take functional direction from the Public Works Director. This is considered an entry level to intermediate position where work is performed according to established procedures with little variance from those procedures required. This position involves extensive contact with department employees, other departments, the public, and external businesses, agencies, and organizations. Download the Job Announcement.

Parks and Recreation Coordinator
The Parks and Recreation Coordinator position develops, organizes, and hosts recreation and leisure activities for the community, as well as and manages volunteers in providing activities. This position works under the direct supervision of the City Clerk and City Manager. This is considered an entry level position where work is performed according to established policies, procedures, and/or protocols with little variance from those procedures. The position involves frequent contact with division, department, and City employees and the general public. Download the Job Announcement.

Public Safety Dispatcher
The Public Safety Dispatcher position receives emergency calls by telephone, radio system or computer-aided dispatch system. They question callers to obtain the information needed to determine an appropriate course of action. This position works under the direct supervision of Administrative Assistant/Dispatch Supervisor and may take functional direction from the Chief of Police or Police Sergeant. This is considered an entry level position where work is performed according to established policies, procedures, and/or protocols with little variance from those procedures. The position involves frequent contact with division, department, and City employees and the general public. Download the Job Announcement.

 

Overview

The City of Saint Paul (City) is an equal opportunity employer. The City is an exciting and progressive place to work.

Application for Employment

All applicants for the City must complete an Application for Employment. A resume may be required for some positions. Completed applications and resumes can be emailed to the City Clerk at mbaker@stpaulak.com or faxed to 907-546-3188.