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COLLECTOR

SUMMARY:

The Collector is responsible for the collection of payments on patient or student accounts. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   Receives and reviews delinquent accounts to determine appropriate action. 

   Contacts students or patients who are delinquent and arranges payment schedules. 

   Performs skip tracing on accounts to locate delinquent students or patients. 

   Applies adjustments, discounts, deferments, and cancellations to accounts as necessary. 

   Refers accounts to collection agencies or appropriate governmental offices. 

   Conducts exit interviews and counsels students or patients on payment obligations. 

   Compiles periodic reports on status of delinquent accounts. 

   Provides technical assistance to students, patients, attorneys, insurance representatives,
   and the general public, concerning payment procedures and regulations. 

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

   Knowledge of hospital/university policies and procedures governing patient/student
   accounts. 
   Knowledge of state and/or federal regulations related to collection of patient/student
   accounts. 
   Knowledge of financial reporting techniques. 
   Ability to compile and report financial information related to patient/student accounts. 
   Ability to conduct exit interviews and counsel students or patients on payment obligations. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience 
    in the collection of delinquent accounts, banking, or a related field. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PEST CONTROL TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Pest Control Technician is responsible for the inspection and extermination of pest infestation. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects premises to identify infestation source and extent of damage to property, wall and roof porosity, and access to infested locations.

Sprays or dusts chemical solutions, powders, or gases into rooms, onto clothing, furnishings or wood, and over marshlands, ditches, and catch-basins.

Records signs noted, such as wood damage, tunnels, and droppings and estimates degree of infestation in compliance with Arkansas Pest Control laws and regulations.

Directs and/or assists other workers in treatment and extermination processes to eliminate and control rodents, insects, and weeds.

Studies preliminary reports and diagrams of infested area and determines treatment type required to eliminate and prevent recurrence of infestation.

Examines treatment specifications for compliance with government rules and regulations.

Provides training for pest technicians by providing a minimum of 6 hours on-the-job training to pest control applicators including safety, equipment usage, material application, material safety data sheet training, and chemical labeling and handling.

Orders required chemicals/oversees their proper storage and preparation.

Provides technical advice and assistance to various groups regarding rodent or other pest control programs.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent area or in-state travel is required. Exposure to rodents, termites, other pests, infestations, chemicals/pesticides and equipment are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of state and federal laws, rules, and regulations concerning the use of hazardous chemicals and pesticides. Knowledge of habits, signs, habitats, and diseases spread by various types of pests. Knowledge of accepted pest control procedures and methods. Ability to read and interpret technical information regarding the use and safety measures involved in the use of hazardous chemicals. Ability to inspect building and other areas for signs of pest infestations and to estimate degree of infestation. Ability to communicate effectively in verbal or written format.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in pest control.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a Commercial Pest Control Applicators License by the State Plant Board in accordance with ACA 17-37-201.

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver


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SAFETY SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Safety Supervisor is responsible for planning, developing and implementing a complete safety program. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts safety inspections for compliance with established requirements on safety and fire protection.

Maintains regular schedule for checking fire extinguishers, fire hoses, and automatic kitchen hood systems.

Develops and maintains a written fire protection plan.

Locates fire and safety hazards in residence halls, academic, and auxiliary buildings.

Reviews construction plans for new or renovation projects to ensure fire and life safety codes are complied with before construction begins.

Demonstrates the proper use of safety and emergency equipment.

Compiles monthly accident report summaries.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of safety and fire prevention codes. Knowledge of safety and emergency equipment. Knowledge of building plans and construction. Ability to conduct inspections and recognize hazards and potentially hazardous operations. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of specialized training; plus two years of experience in fire safety and prevention.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR

SUMMARY:

The Construction Inspector is responsible for inspecting construction work. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs on-site inspections of construction sites, inspecting and checking various phases of job for compliance with construction specifications, regulations, and codes, identifies deficiencies, and notifies regulatory authorities of any violations found during inspections.

Coordinates inspection activities with architects, engineers, and state agencies to ensure that all phases of work have been inspected and approved.

Reviews construction project documents, including the contract, drawings, project manuals, and change orders, to ensure compliance with requirements for the projects.

Schedules and coordinates pre-construction conferences with agencies, architects, engineers, and contractors to discuss the progress of the project.

Performs final inspections and prepares and submits reports upon job completion, attends final meeting with agencies, architects, engineers, and contractors to closeout the project and contract for the retention of final payment to the contractor.

Performs administrative duties associated with the construction projects, and maintains a daily project log, entering new contracts, finals, projects change orders, and completions.

Prepares reports and maintains records, including purchases, equipment log, and daily and monthly activity reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional in-state travel is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building construction design techniques. Knowledge of state regulatory construction codes. Knowledge of building materials. Ability to inspect construction to determine compliance with state and contract regulations. Ability to identify deficiencies in building plans or in actual construction. Ability to complete inspection reports. Ability to review and evaluate building and/or construction plans.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma and two years of vocational training in construction techniques or building design; plus two years of experience in construction work, including one year in a leadership capacity.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver


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OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Occupational Safety Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and implementing occupational safety programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts surveys of agency or campus areas, such as offices, classrooms, laboratories and/or patient care areas, to determine compliance to occupational safety regulations and codes.

Formulates and directs asbestos abatement program, inspects asbestos abatement projects, takes air samples, and prepares for lab analysis.

Develops plans for managing hazardous waste, trains employees, and implements hazardous waste management techniques, such as disposal and emergency procedures.

Performs surveys of construction sites to monitor compliance for safety standards and reviews construction plans.

Directs health and safety education training programs and keeps abreast of current trends through professional publications.

Maintains and monitors testing equipment used for monitoring and making safety inspections.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of governmental and institutional occupational safety regulations. Knowledge of employee occupational health requirements, environmental protection requirements, and worker industrial hygiene. Knowledge of hazardous waste management techniques. Knowledge of use and storage requirements of hazardous materials. Knowledge of facility construction and test instruments for monitoring work areas. Ability to direct industrial hygiene surveys. Ability to develop safety programs. Ability to manage handling and disposal of hazardous materials.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in physics, chemistry, biology, or a related field; plus two years of experience in occupational health and safety or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SHIPPING & RECEIVING CLERK

SUMMARY:

The Shipping and Receiving Clerk is responsible for maintaining inventory control of incoming and outgoing supplies and materials. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Loads and unloads shipment of supplies and materials and checks packing slip against invoice to verify accuracy of order.

Stacks items in proper bin or on shelves in storage area and notifies supervisor of damaged items.

Maintains records and inventory of stock levels and notifies supervisor of items to be reordered for adequate supply.

Fills requisitions for supplies from departmental and unit personnel and restocks shelves and bins with items from the warehouse.

Packages items and delivers shipments to various locations according to schedule.

Assists in the maintenance of work area, equipment, and vehicles.

Maintains warehouse storage space by keeping warehouse stocked, neat, and clean.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of packaging, shipping and receiving procedures, rules, and regulations. Ability to read and prepare packing slips, memos, status reports, requisitions, and letters. Ability to follow instruction orally and in writing. Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. Ability to monitor supply usage and maintain supply levels and records. Ability to perform manual labor under varying working conditions using necessary tools and equipment. Ability to operate standard office equipment, including typewriter, calculator, word processor, computer, FAX, and copier.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PURCHASING ASSISTANT

SUMMARY:

The Purchasing Assistant is responsible for reviewing purchase requests and performing purchasing functions. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Reviews purchase requests to verify compliance with specifications, quantity, and accounting codes, assigns requisition and vendor numbers, obtains approval for purchase, enters data into computer, and prints purchase order.

Monitors purchases to ensure a timely receipt of goods and services, determines the need for purchase, and completes forms to cancel orders when necessary.

Contacts vendors and customers about the status of their orders and arranges for the return of products to vendors.

Enters data on received items into computer, prints and proofreads reports, and forwards to appropriate personnel for payment.

Maintains requisition and purchase order logs and files.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of general office practices and procedures. Ability to prepare written documents such as status reports, forms, memos, and letters. Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. Ability to establish and maintain filing systems. Ability to operate standard office equipment including typewriter, calculator, word processor, computer, FAX, and copier.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six months of general office experience or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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WAREHOUSE WORKER

SUMMARY:

The Warehouse Worker is responsible for loading and unloading material and equipment, and stacking, recording, storing, and checking materials/equipment shipped or received for storage. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives and unloads materials, checks items against invoice and/or for proper identification and may mark items to complete inventory/storage record.

Receives orders for stored material, checks records, locates items, checks items against inventory, and loads onto vehicles by hand, fork lift, or other mechanized lifting equipment.

Contacts shipper or ordering party for additional information and may dispose of expired material or records by shredding or recycling.

Maintains files and records, matches orders to invoices, files, sorts, or stamps mail, wraps packages, and picks up and/or delivers mail as required.

Performs minor maintenance on equipment by changing cleaning fluids and/or filters.

Examines and inspects stock items for wear or defects, reporting any damage to supervisor.

Accesses computerized inventory records and enters designated information to update records.

Drives delivery truck or accompanies driver to assist in loading or unloading.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Ability to operate and perform routine maintenance on motorized lifting equipment. Ability to update and maintain inventory records. Ability to read, write, and follow instructions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INVENTORY CONTROL TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Inventory Control Technician is responsible for receiving, recording, and distributing inventory and supplies. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes orders for inventory and maintains information in designated databases.

Receives incoming freight, supplies, and packages from various vendors.

Verifies orders and checks condition of items.

Records received inventory and tags and stores items, as required.

Ensures delivery of materials to requesting department or agency.

Performs tasks, using standard operating equipment and computer programs to prepare forms, correspondence, reports, and other documents.

Greets customers, screens incoming calls, answers questions, or refers caller to appropriate area.

Assists with scheduled inventory audits.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

  Knowledge of general inventory control procedures and equipment. 
  Ability to maintain supplies and inventory records. 
  Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. 
  Ability to operate standard office equipment. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in inventory control or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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WAREHOUSE SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Warehouse Specialist is responsible for the acquisition, storage, maintenance, and distribution of supplies in a central storage area. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Prepares bids and specifications for supplies and equipment, submits to purchasing for processing, and meets with salesmen to discuss various types of equipment and supplies on market.

Coordinates the receipt, storage, and inventory of all supplies, determines and records stock levels, and returns incorrect, unused, and damaged items to vendor.

Coordinates completion of sales tickets for delivery, monitors delivery of supplies to various departments, resolves complaints concerning distribution of supplies, processes interdepartmental transfers of supplies, and develops forms and charts for use within the department.

Answers questions and demonstrates proper use of equipment to departmental personnel, prepares memos concerning supply policies, assists walk-in customers, and takes telephone orders.

Assists in developing policies and procedures for central supply, compiles data for budget preparation and prepares reports as required.

Participates on various committees, receives requests from departmental staff concerning supply purchases, and assists staff in handling specialty items.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional heavy lifting may be required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of storage, shipping, and receiving procedures.

Knowledge of state purchasing regulations. Knowledge of inventory techniques. Ability to project supply usage and plan distribution. Ability to maintain complete records of inventory and prepare reports. Ability to inspect supplies received to determine specification requirements.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in purchasing, central supply, storeroom operations, or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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STOREROOM SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

  The Storeroom Supervisor is responsible for overseeing stockroom and inventory activities.  
  This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy. 

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   Supervises a service maintenance and/or administrative support staff by interviewing,
   recommending for hire, making work assignments, training, and evaluating the performance
   of incumbents. 

   Writes purchase requests, requisitions, and delivery date requests for restocks.  

   Receives invoices, work tickets, purchase orders, and documents; posts to a manual or 
   computerized inventory system. 

   Checks invoices against ordered material, views condition of items ordered, returns 
   unacceptable items, and forwards invoices for payment. 

   Ensures requested orders are filled, prepares proper documentation, and notifies user for
   pickup or delivery of order. 

   Monitors and assists in the cleaning of storerooms, freezers, refrigerators, loading docks,
   and/or garbage areas. 

   May prepare purchase orders, obtain quote bids, and write specifications as needed. 

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

  Knowledge of inventory control and storeroom procedures and practices. 
  Knowledge of packaging, shipping, and receiving procedures, rules, and regulations.
  Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work of subordinates.
  Ability to maintain manual and/or computerized inventory records. 
  Ability to prepare written documents such as status reports, forms, memos, and letters. 
  Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. 
  Ability to monitor supply usage and maintain adequate supply levels. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in  
  inventory control, storeroom operations, or a related field, including one year in a leadership
  capacity. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PURCHASING TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Purchasing Technician is responsible for performing a variety of purchasing duties and providing technical assistance related to purchasing procedures and software systems. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives requisitions and reviews for completion and enters vendor number on requisition or assigns new vendor number.

Determines which requisitions require a purchase order, contacts vendors for product availability and price, and assigns or secures purchase order number.

Maintains vendor files and updates data as needed.

Processes invoices and receives reports.

Communicates with accounts payable to ensure proper payment of invoices.

Provides technical customer service support to other departments and employees regarding purchasing and the purchasing system software.

Conducts data entry into complex databases and systems and develops queries to gather information and prepare reports.

May be responsible for entry of time records, payroll related documents, purchase orders, personnel action forms, budget documents, labor distribution reports, or any other procedural forms.

May be assigned various accounting duties, or tasks related to accounting.

May assist in preparing competitive bids.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Knowledge of computers and software application programs.

Knowledge of database management and basic accounting principles. Knowledge of filing and recordkeeping procedures. Knowledge of customer service principles. Ability to perform accurate data entry and manipulate data to generate reports and documents. Ability to compose, proofread and edit correspondence, reports and other documents requiring attention to detail. Ability to conduct research and perform basic quantitative quality assurance reviews.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education of a high school diploma; plus two years of purchasing related experience.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INVENTORY CONTROL MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Inventory Control Manager is responsible for monitoring incoming and outgoing inventory and stock activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Monitors and coordinates inventory activities, prepares orders for inventory, and maintains information in designated databases.

Verifies inventory records within the required database and maintains inventory tracking of all designated supplies and/or equipment.

Reconciles invoices and payments against equipment and supplies received.

Coordinates deletion or transfer of various inventoried items.

Prepares purchase orders and obtains price quotes from vendors.

Corresponds with customers and vendors regarding accounts, purchases, and payments.

Distributes work orders or delivers materials to requesting department or agency.

Ensures the organization and maintenance of the assigned storeroom or warehouse.

Maintains monthly spreadsheets, records, and required documents and reports.

Performs inventory of supplies on hand, as required.

Provides training and mentoring and may supervise support staff; recommends, hires, interviews, and evaluates the performance of incumbents; makes assignments to support staff.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

   Knowledge of inventory control and records management procedures and practices. 
   Knowledge of packaging and shipping and receiving procedures, rules, and regulations. 
   Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinates. 
   Ability to maintain manual and/or computerized inventory records. 
   Ability to prepare written documents such as status reports, forms, memos, and letters. 
   Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. 
   Ability to monitor supply usage and maintain supply levels. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of experience in inventory control or a related field, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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WAREHOUSE MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Warehouse Manager is responsible for managing a warehouse. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a small to medium-sized administrative support, supply, and/or service maintenance staff by interviewing, hiring, training, making work assignments and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Prepares specifications, purchase merchandise, determines necessary quantities of products and best prices, provides users with updated stock list, adds new items to warehouse as needed, assigns stock numbers, and returns materials to vendor not meeting specifications.

Coordinates activities concerned with ordering, receiving, storing, inventorying, and issuing supplies, tools, equipment, and parts. Verifies incoming supplies to ensure correct shipment.

Coordinates the storage of supplies and equipment in a centralized storage area, develops policies and procedures for receiving and distributing products, and plans allocation of storage space.

Determines priorities for delivering items, disburses supplies through central supply, coordinates deliveries and repairs of merchandise, and directs maintenance of storage facility.

Maintains inventory records by posting issued and returned materials to inventory databases, updates activities property book and document registers, and conducts inventory. Researches and resolves any discrepancies between inventory and stock control records.

  Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional heavy lifting is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and techniques. Knowledge of inventory control and warehouse management procedures and practices. Knowledge of state purchasing and budgeting regulations and procedures. Ability to plan acquisition, storage, distribution, and inventory of supplies and equipment. Ability to prepare written documents and reports Ability to operate and perform routine maintenance on motor vehicles, forklifts, and power pallet jacks.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus four years of experience in supply operations, logistics, warehousing, or a related field, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PURCHASING SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Purchasing Specialist is responsible for conducting the competitive bid process. This position is governed by state and federal law and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts competitive bids by writing bid specifications, preparing bid requisition documents, receiving and analyzing submitted bids, conducting public bid openings, preparing bid summaries, and posting intent to award bid.

Processes requisitions and invoices, contacts vendors, and assigns or secures purchase order numbers.

Maintains vendor files and updates data as needed.

Communicates with accounts payable, to ensure proper payment of invoices, and performs assigned accounting duties.

Provides technical customer service support to other departments and employees regarding purchasing and the purchasing system software.

Enters data into complex databases and systems and develops queries to gather information and prepare reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Knowledge of computers and software application programs. Knowledge of database management and basic accounting principles. Knowledge of filing and recordkeeping procedures. Ability to perform accurate data entry and manipulate data to generate reports and documents. Ability to compose, proofread, and edit correspondence, reports, and other documents requiring attention to detail. Ability to conduct research and perform basic quantitative quality assurance reviews.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience in purchasing or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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BUYER

SUMMARY:

The Buyer is responsible for processing the procurement of supplies, materials, and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Reviews purchase requests to determine need for term contracts, develops new contracts and/or prepares history sheet and product specifications, determines appropriate list of bidders for product, and notifies potential bidders.

Analyzes and monitors sales records, trends, and economic conditions to anticipate consumer buying patterns, and determines inventory needed.

Receives and evaluates bids to determine lowest bid and delivery requirements within cost limits, and awards bid.

Authorizes payment of invoices or return of merchandise.

Interviews and works closely with vendors to obtain and develop desired products.

Negotiate prices, discount terms, and transportation arrangements for merchandise.

Prepares specifications for Request for Quotation, Request for Proposal, and Request for Qualifications.

Examines, selects, orders, and purchases merchandise at most favorable price consistent with quality, quantity, specification requirements, and other factors.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of purchasing principles, procedures, and methods. Knowledge of state and university purchasing laws and regulations. Knowledge of market conditions and resources in an assigned field. Ability to research and draft clear, concise, and competitive purchasing specifications and evaluate product acceptability and/or quality. Ability to perform basic mathematical computations. Ability to maintain accurate and systematic procurement records.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with purchasing agents/officials, vendors, and manufacturers.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in merchandising or a related field, including one year in purchasing.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MEDICAL BUYER

SUMMARY:

The Medical Buyer is responsible for the researching, identifying, requisitioning, and ordering of medical/surgical supplies and diagnostic equipment for use in hospitals and ancillary clinics. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes medical/surgical purchase requests from hospital departments and ancillary clinics.

Corresponds with medical vendors regarding medical/surgical equipment for use in hospitals and clinics.

Negotiates services contracts for medical/surgical supplies and equipment for use in hospitals and clinics.

Receives sophisticated medical, technical, research, and computer equipment purchase requests and reviews for compliance with state purchasing requirements; develops and determines appropriate list of vendors to obtain competitive quotation, and assists with invoicing problems.

Determines appropriate list of bidders for products purchased by bid, writes specifications, sets bid opening date and time, determines bid meeting specifications, and recommends bid award to supervisor.

Compiles product information from catalogs, departments, manufacturers, or vendors, examines technical information, such as plans or diagrams to determine acceptable products, and monitors delivery and invoicing.

Explains policies and procedures to departments and vendors, maintains library of information on products and market conditions, and keeps abreast of purchasing rules and regulations.

Troubleshoots problem purchase requests by telephone or composes follow-up correspondence for documentation purposes, verifies sole source procurements, and processes emergency purchase requests.

   Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of medical supplies and equipment. Knowledge of state purchasing rules and regulations. Knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to communicate information orally and in writing. Ability to research and prepare product specifications. Ability to evaluate and recommend acceptable products according to the specifications.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree with a major in general business, marketing, or related field; plus two years of experience in purchasing or a related area, including one year in a health care environment.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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BUYER SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Buyer Supervisor is responsible for recommending procurement awards, and overseeing purchasing activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a staff of buyers and administrative support personnel by interviewing, hiring, training, making work assignments, and evaluating job performance.

Provides assistance to departments and vendors on current purchasing procedures, electronic purchasing system, purchasing laws, problem solving, product information, supply sources, customs and duty regulations, contractual terms, and conditions review.

Oversees collection, delivery, and storage of warehouse inventory.

Reviews purchase requests and awards for compliance with state purchasing laws and regulations, examines specifications, justifications, and product test reports, and recommends contract awards.

Assists buyers in writing specifications, product research, and alternative product recommendations.

Interviews salesmen and industrial representatives, explains purchasing policies and procedures to vendors and institution officials, and advises officials on problems concerning supplies, equipment, and contractual services.

Compiles various reports, assists in developing policies and procedures, attends various meetings, provides in-service training to subordinates, keeps abreast of purchasing regulations, and answers correspondence.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of state purchasing rules, regulations, and methods. Knowledge of market conditions and resources. Knowledge of agency/institution purchasing requirements. Knowledge of supervisory practices and techniques. Ability to research, prepare, and evaluate product specifications. Ability to prioritize work and assure compliance with state purchasing regulations. Ability to supervise a subordinate purchasing staff.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree with a major in general business, marketing or related field; plus three years of experience in purchasing or related area, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PROCUREMENT COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Procurement Coordinator is responsible for directing departmental purchasing activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Directs the activities of an administrative support staff by interviewing applicants, hiring, terminating incumbents, assigning and reviewing work, training, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Facilitates department interaction and activities with vendors, suppliers, the Office of State Procurement, professional vendor associations and other outside entities as required.

Ensures compliance of departmental purchases of commodities and services with state procurement laws, regulations, and departmental policies and procedures.

Provides technical assistance to departmental personnel, vendors, and other entities regarding state procurement laws and regulations, state and departmental procurement policies and procedures and contract terms.

Maintains procurement records ensuring completeness of records and efficient access.

Reviews past expenditures and future operation plans of work unit and develops budget requests for staff, materials, and equipment.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the principles and practices of state and federal purchasing laws and procedures. Knowledge of the sources of supply, market prices, and product characteristics. Ability to formulate and interpret policies and procedures relating to purchasing. Ability to interpret purchasing laws and regulations to administrative officials and outside entities. Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinates.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in marketing, general business, or a related field; plus two years of experience in purchasing or a related field; including one year in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PROCUREMENT MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Procurement Manager is responsible for coordinating the acquisition of supplies and equipment, planning distribution of purchase requests, and monitoring vendor activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a subordinate staff involved in purchasing activities by interviewing, hiring, training, making work assignments, and evaluating job performance.

Provides consultation regarding acquisition of equipment, assists departments in coordinating and preparing specifications for major projects, advises departments on purchasing procedures, and solves complex purchasing problems.

Plans and coordinates the distribution of purchase requests and bids, reviews work assignments for accuracy, assists buyers in specialty areas, and keeps staff abreast of state and agency/university purchasing procedures.

Meets with vendors concerning new products, notifies vendors of purchasing policies, evaluates vendor performance, and composes vendor complaints to forward to state purchasing office.

Prepares various activity reports, prepares minority vendor report, submits information for budget reports, updates item files for mechanized accounting system and trains personnel to submit orders electronically to companies.

Serves on advisory committees on purchasing policies, attends seminars to keep abreast of purchasing policies, attends staff meetings, and serves as liaison to coordinate procurement activities.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of state and agency/institution purchasing laws and procedures. Knowledge of specifications and contracts. Ability to resolve problems between departments and vendors. Ability to formulate and interpret policies and procedures relating to purchasing. Ability to supervise a subordinate purchasing staff.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in general business, marketing, or a related field; plus three years of experience in purchasing or a related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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WATCHMAN

SUMMARY:

The Watchman is responsible for providing assistance and protection to persons, buildings, grounds, and parking areas. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Patrols an assigned area of office buildings, grounds, and parking lots. Maintains orderly conditions and takes proper measures required to assure observance of the law.

Prevents unauthorized persons from entering the grounds and buildings. Secures doors, windows, and equipment, checks for fire hazards, unauthorized persons, and break-ins and writes tickets for unauthorized parking.

Notes and reports conditions which constitute dangers and hazards and takes necessary actions to assure orderly and safe conditions. Takes actions as required to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, disorder, and damage or loss to property and equipment.

Contacts proper authorities to report suspicious situations and violators. Assists protective services staff, and escorts residents/students, staff, and the public, as needed, or removes offenders from premises.

Provides assistance when accidents or illness occur in emergencies. Summons the fire department and or police, as may be required. Directs traffic in and around buildings and in parking areas.

Greets and directs visitors, maintains sign-in sheet, and answers and directs telephone calls in accordance with established procedures.

Makes periodic inspections of area and picks up and empties trash and disposes of litter.

May arm and disarm security alarm system.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the problems which arise in safeguarding buildings and grounds and procedures used in dealing with such problems. Knowledge of methods likely to be effective in dealing with varied types of persons, of the behavior of people individually and in groups. Ability to patrol buildings and grounds and inspect for fire safety hazards and unauthorized persons. Ability to perform minor maintenance on equipment and maintain buildings and grounds. Ability to greet people and direct visitors and deal courteously, but effectively, with varied types of persons in varied situations. Ability to note significant and potentially dangerous facts and conditions by observation. Ability to understand, remember, and follow oral and written instructions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The completion of sufficient education and or training to understand and follow oral and written instructions.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PARKING CONTROL OFFICER

SUMMARY:

The Parking Control Officer is responsible for the coordination of the parking control staff and parking facilities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides parking assistance by giving directions and explaining parking regulations to students, employees, and visitors.

Assists implementation of special events parking plans and enforces parking regulations through the issuance of warnings, citations, immobilizing, and towing vehicles.

Coordinates activities of part time parking control employees working their assigned zone, including training of new part time employees, and helps in the resolution of incidents of confrontation arising in the field.

Authorizes the installation of devices to immobilize vehicles identified as chronic parking violators and the towing of illegally parked vehicles.

Patrols assigned campus sector and reports criminal offenses to University police and maintenance needs to supervisor, and directs the public to the proper office to obtain assistance.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of campus parking rules and regulations. Knowledge of hand held computers and radio procedures. Knowledge of basic rules of conflict resolution. Knowledge of parking and building locations and enforcement. Ability to oversee the activities of part time employees. Ability to provide parking assistance for the campus and proper enforcement. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in parking control or related work.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HE PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER

SUMMARY:

The Higher Education (HE) Public Safety Dispatcher is responsible for the central dispatch to department officers and central command. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Monitors computer consoles or other communications devices for emergency responses by fire or public safety officers.

Receives all 911 emergency calls, determines the severity of the emergency and alerts the proper authority. Provides assistance to caller, and identifies the source of the call and the nature of the emergency.

Dispatches the proper response for the emergency and assists officers with important information regarding location and possible crimes or suspects involved.

Maintains accurate records of calls and other communication transmissions. Records or enters the information into computer for preparation of written transcripts and reports.

Monitors all fire and security alarm systems, reports problems with system or operations, and. alerts officials to alarm drills and other precautionary measures to prevent problems with emergency responses.

Provides assistance to local law enforcement authorities for information and referrals to the proper officials. Coordinates the activities of field officers with superior officers of central command and develops positive communication links for active participation during possible disasters and emergencies.

Assists public safety officers in the preparation of investigative reports and follow up interviews with offenders or violators.

Prepares incident reports, and submits crime statistics to national crime information center or other authorities as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of local emergency response agencies and procedures. Knowledge of public safety and emergency fire alarm systems and operations. Knowledge of emergency response procedures and practices. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to remain calm in emergencies and gather related information. Ability to provide assistance to callers that are distressed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of specialized training and/or experience in communications or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PARKING CONTROL SUPV

SUMMARY:

The Parking Control Supervisor is responsible for the patrol, maintenance and upkeep of official university parking areas. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the work of subordinate employees by establishing work schedules, assigning duties, providing detailed instructions, and reviewing the work on a regular basis to ensure adherence to proper procedures.

Reviews parking area designations and special arrangement parking requirements, and assigns parking control officers to various parking areas.

Monitors various parking areas to locate potential violations, and assists motorists in finding designated parking areas, according to permits.

Explains parking rules and regulations to staff, students, and campus visitors, and directs motorists to signed designated areas.

Assists in resolving problems encountered by patrol officers and parking violators.

Authorizes tow of improperly parked vehicles, and assesses impact fees for violations and improper parking of vehicles in restricted parking areas.

Maintains records of citations issued and billing of customers.

Reviews parking area designations and makes changes to accommodate peak traffic periods and special events.

Collects money from parking meters and deposits receipts with treasurer’s office. Removes damaged or faulty meters, and performs minor maintenance or repairs, as needed.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of university parking rules and regulations.

Ability to assign schedules and supervise the work of subordinates. Ability to develop and explain parking rules and regulations. Ability to analyze parking control problems and recommend corrective actions. Ability to perform activities regardless of negative factors or feedback.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in parking control, including six months in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SECURITY OFFICER

SUMMARY:

The Security Officer is responsible for providing security of buildings, grounds, and parking areas. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Patrols grounds and parking areas, observing for violators, safety hazards, and unauthorized persons. May issue parking tickets and take other corrective actions for minor violations, and coordinates with local law enforcement agencies for the more serious violations.

Inspects buildings for fire and safety hazards, break-ins, and unsecured doors and windows and takes corrective action as needed.

Transports institution residents to and from campus, subdues unruly residents, escorts to designated area, and accompanies staff to and from parking lots, as requested.

Operates agency switchboard during holidays and non-working hours, receives and route calls, directs visitors, and maintains telephone and security logs.

Monitors security and fire panel for security and fire detection, assists with checking the alarm systems and emergency power supply, and inspects and maintains fire extinguishers.

Conducts investigation of incidents and writes investigative reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of buildings and grounds and public safety requirements. Ability to patrol building and grounds, investigate accidents, and enforce public safety regulations. Ability to inspect buildings and grounds and detect fire safety hazards. Ability to communicate in oral and in written form. Ability to restrain or subdue unruly persons.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PUBLIC SAFETY SECURITY OFFICER

SUMMARY:

The Public Safety Security Officer is responsible for the enforcement of traffic, criminal laws, and parking regulations. This position is governed by law enforcement standards, state and federal laws, and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Patrols assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identify safety hazards and violators.

Performs security checks of campus buildings.

Conducts investigations of crimes, accidents, and reports incidents committed on campus.

Directs traffic during periods of high density to facilitate smooth flow.

Arrests violators, writes incident reports, and testifies in court as required.

Responds to alarms, calls for assistance, checks for locked or unlocked buildings and offices, as necessary, and assists stranded motorists and others in need of assistance.

Monitors security and fire panel for security and fire detection, assists with checking the alarm systems and emergency power supply, and inspects and maintains fire extinguishers.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of traffic laws, rules, and regulations for security. Knowledge of general law enforcement methods and techniques. Ability to direct traffic and to maintain order. Ability to prepare reports of incidents and accidents. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to operate motor vehicles used in patrol duties.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of security or help desk experience or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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DIRECTOR TRANSIT & PARKING

SUMMARY:

The Director of Transit and Parking is responsible for coordinating the university transit system and parking programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Coordinates overall activities of the university transit and parking program.

Identifies needs of transit and parking, answers complaints, and resolves problems.

Analyzes traffic flow and parking utilization to identify problems and recommend changes.

Determines effectiveness and need for transit service in various areas.

Coordinates transit services and parking services for special events.

Develops budget for transit and parking section.

Prepares various reports concerning services.

Determines equipment needs, prepares specifications and attends committee meetings.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of university transit and parking systems. Knowledge of traffic rules and regulations. Knowledge of principles of budgeting and program planning. Ability to develop a comprehensive transit and parking program. Ability to coordinate transit and parking services. Ability to prepare budget and purchase requests.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in transit and parking activities or a related area, including one year in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SECURITY OFFICER SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Security Officer Supervisor is responsible for the security operation of an institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a small to medium-sized staff of security personnel, including interviewing applicants and recommending for hiring, approving leave, conducting background checks, training employees, making work assignments, and evaluating the performance incumbents.

Supervises and performs foot and/or motorized patrol of buildings, grounds, and parking areas, and may issue parking tickets. Takes corrective actions for minor violations and coordinates with local law enforcement personnel for the more serious violations.

Maintains fire and security alarm systems by monitoring the alarm panels, arming and disarming the systems, inspecting, and conducting required tests to ensure proper operations.

Directs and conducts inspection of buildings and grounds for fire and safety hazards, security, and unauthorized personnel, and takes corrective actions as needed.

Maintains security communication system, controls access codes and key logs, and issues keys as directed.

Supervises the operation of agencies’ switchboard during holidays and non-working hours to ensure that calls are properly answered, directed, and logged.

Conducts research and develops and maintains standard operating procedures for a security section.

Compiles and maintains required reports and files.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent in-state and area travel is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of public safety policies, procedures, and regulations. Knowledge of public safety methods and techniques. Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work of subordinates. Ability to perform security duties and direct the activities of a security section. Ability to conduct and direct fire and safety inspections. Ability to communicate orally and in writing.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of experience in security, law enforcement, fire safety, or a related field, including one year in a leadership capacity.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver


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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER II

SUMMARY:

The Public Safety Officer II is responsible for providing campus safety and security. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains security of assigned area and enforces traffic laws and parking regulations.

Patrols assigned areas for traffic violations and illegal parking, issuing citations as needed.

Responds to alarms and calls for assistance, investigates accidents and reported crimes, arrests violators, prepares official reports of accidents and criminal investigations, and testifies in court as required.

Checks buildings for unlocked doors, or unlocks doors in emergency situations, and assists in the orderly evacuation of buildings when necessary.

May be required to fight fires, operate fire fighting equipment, investigate fires to determine cause, conduct inspections of buildings for fire code violations, and write reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Constant to frequent in-state and area travel is required. Required to carry and use a firearm.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of law enforcement practices and procedures. Knowledge of traffic and criminal laws. Knowledge of motor vehicle operation. Knowledge of proper use of firearms and safety. Knowledge of criminal investigation procedures. Ability to direct traffic for an orderly flow.
Ability to interrogate suspects and witnesses. Ability to handle and use firearms.

Ability to operate motor vehicles.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six months of experience in law enforcement or a related area.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be certified as a Law Enforcement Officer by the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training, or an approved law enforcement training academy, in accordance with ACA 12-9-106 or be able to become certified within one (1) year of hire date.

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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER

SUMMARY:

The Public Safety Officer is responsible for the enforcement of traffic and criminal laws and parking regulations. This position is governed by law enforcement standards, state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Patrols assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identify safety hazards and violators.

Performs security checks of agency or campus buildings.

Conducts investigations of crimes, accidents, and reports incidents committed on agency or campus premises

Directs traffic during periods of high density to facilitate smooth flow.

Arrests violators, writes incident reports, and testifies in court, as required.

Responds to alarms, calls for assistance, checks for locked or unlocked buildings and offices, as necessary, and assists stranded motorists and others in need of assistance.

Monitors security and fire panel for security and fire detection, assists with checking the alarm systems and emergency power supply, and inspects and maintains fire extinguishers.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Constant to frequent in-state and area travel is required. Required to carry and use a firearm.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of traffic laws, rules and regulations, for security. Knowledge of general law enforcement methods and techniques. Ability to direct traffic and to maintain order. Ability to prepare reports of incidents and accidents. Ability to communicate orally and in writing. Ability to operate motor vehicles used in patrol duties.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in law enforcement or a related field.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be certified as a Law Enforcement Officer by the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training, or a similar academy, in accordance with ACA 12-9-106.

Must possess valid Arkansas driver


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PUBLIC SAFETY SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Public Safety Supervisor is responsible for an assigned shift and/or sub-division of the public safety operation at an institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy. ?????

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a public safety staff consisting of certified officers and other security personnel by preparing and assigning work schedules, monitoring work progress of subordinate staff, and evaluating job performance.

Reviews various reports and documentation submitted by subordinate staff for accuracy and completion and makes revisions as needed.

Compiles statistics for departmental and special reports, as required, coordinates or assists in the planning and implementing of security for special events.

Conducts special investigations and responds to more complex and difficult public safety situations, informs staff of changes in laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Conducts investigations of crimes, accidents, and reports incidents committed on agency premises.

Attends departmental staff meetings, provides information, and makes recommendations on work area operations.??? ? May patrol assigned areas to detect and prevent crimes, enforce traffic laws, recognize parking violations, issue traffic citations, and identify safety hazards and violators. ? Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent travel and carrying and use of a firearm are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of law enforcement practices, methods, and techniques. Knowledge of traffic and criminal laws and departmental regulations and procedures.

Knowledge of law enforcement investigation procedures. Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. Ability to supervise a medium to large-sized public safety staff. Ability to enforce laws and regulations and determine appropriate law enforcement procedures. Ability to review and revise documentation from subordinate staff and compile statistics for departmental and special reports. Ability to operate motor vehicles used in work activities. Skill in the operation of firearms.?????

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma, plus five years of experience in law enforcement or a related area, including two years in a supervisory or leadership capacity.?

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be certified as a Law Enforcement Officer by the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training in accordance with ACA 12-9-106.

Must possess of a valid Arkansas driver


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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMANDER I

SUMMARY:

The Public Safety Commander I is responsible for the overall coordination and scheduling of a small to medium-sized certified law enforcement staff assigned to investigation/crime prevention, patrol, traffic and/or training at an institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists in planning, coordinating, assigning, and reviewing the operations of subdivision programs and staff assigned to agency or campus patrol, investigations, traffic, parking, and/or communications.

Coordinates and schedules training activities for assigned personnel, communicates standards and practices to assure uniform delivery of services to the agency or campus, and coordinates protective service activities with agency or campus departments and outside organizations.

Communicates policy directives for assigned area and ensures completion of departmental goals and objectives; keeps abreast of changes in laws, regulations, policies, procedures and practices.

Assists in planning and developing departmental goals and objectives, assures proper communication of directives to subordinate employees, and develops and maintains productivity standards for proper compliance to established criteria.

Supervises ongoing investigations; compiles statistical reports concerning sub-division activities and coordinates reporting requirements.

Interprets directives and attends special meetings to convey information concerning investigations and complaints, or to answer questions concerning public safety activities.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent travel and carrying and use of a firearm are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of law enforcement management and supervisory principles. Knowledge of criminal laws and related departmental and agency or campus policies and procedures. Knowledge of investigative methods and techniques. Ability to supervise the work activities of others. Ability to conduct training and evaluate training effectiveness.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Skill in the operation of firearms.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor


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HE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMANDER II

SUMMARY:

The Higher Education Public Safety Commander II is responsible for directing a medium to large-sized certified uniformed law enforcement staff assigned to investigation/crime prevention, patrol, traffic and/or training at an institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and coordinates the activities of a medium to large-sized certified public safety and administrative support staff engaged in law enforcement and crime prevention for an agency or campus.

Assists in planning and developing departmental goals, objectives, and programs; assists in developing and administering budgets, communicates directives to employees, and develops and maintains productivity standards for proper compliance to established criteria.

Develops policy directives for assigned areas and ensures completion of departmental goals and objectives.

Keeps abreast of changes in laws, regulations, policies, procedures and practices.

Directs the operations of sub-division programs and staff assigned to investigations, crime prevention, campus patrol, traffic, parking, and/or communications; coordinates testing, recruitment and training activities and recommends disciplinary actions for misconduct.

Coordinates and schedules in-service training activities for assigned personnel, communicates standards and practices to assure uniform delivery of services to the agency or campus, and coordinates law enforcement activities with agency or campus departments and outside organizations.

Supervises special and/or complex investigations, compiles statistical reports concerning sub-division activities, and supervises the maintenance of special files, confidential documents, and legal and administrative reports.

Conveys information concerning investigations, complaints, and other public safety activities to the media or general public.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent travel and carrying and use of a firearm are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of law enforcement management and supervisory principles. Knowledge of criminal laws, departmental, and university policies and procedures. Knowledge of budgetary planning and administration. Knowledge of investigative methods and techniques. Ability to organize and supervise the work activities of others. Ability to plan, evaluate, and conduct training. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Skill in the operation of firearms.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor


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DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY I

SUMMARY:

The Director of Public Safety I is responsible for overseeing the traffic and security functions at the institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a staff consisting of public safety officer supervisors, public safety officers, and clerical employees by interviewing and selecting job applicants, assigning job duties, preparing work schedules, evaluating employees’ performance, and handling disciplinary matters.

Reviews daily activity reports of officers and reports any incidents or discrepancies to appropriate administrators.

Receives and investigates complaints from customers, students, faculty, and staff, concerning such incidents as thefts, burglaries, or vandalism.

Coordinates security procedures at special events and/or during crisis or dangerous situations.

Works with physical plant staff on installation and placement of traffic signs and signals.

Interprets policies and answers questions for customers, faculty, staff, and students concerning traffic and security.

Prepares departmental budget requests and approves purchases of supplies and equipment.

Cooperates with city, county, and state law enforcement officials in serving warrants, apprehending individuals, and obtaining information associated with investigations.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of law enforcement practices and procedures. Knowledge of personnel management and budgetary practices and techniques. Ability to coordinate a traffic and security program at an institution of higher education. Ability to organize traffic and security procedures for special events and crisis situations. Ability to interpret laws, regulations, and policies concerning traffic and security.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in criminology, criminal justice or related field; plus four years of experience in law enforcement or related area, including two years in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMANDER III

SUMMARY:

The Higher Education Public Safety Commander III is responsible for directing a medium to large-sized certified uniformed law enforcement staff assigned to investigation/crime prevention, patrol, traffic and/or training at an institution. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and coordinates the activities of a medium to large-sized certified public safety and administrative support staff engaged in law enforcement and crime prevention at an institution.

Assists in planning and developing departmental goals, objectives, and programs; assists in developing and administering budgets, communicates directives to employees, and develops and maintains productivity standards for proper compliance to established criteria.

Develops policy directives for assigned areas and ensures completion of departmental goals and objectives.

Keeps abreast of changes in laws, regulations, policies, procedures and practices.

Directs the operations of sub-division programs and staff assigned to investigations, crime prevention, agency or campus patrol, traffic, parking, and/or communications; coordinates testing, recruitment and training activities and recommends disciplinary actions for misconduct.

Coordinates and schedules in-service training activities for assigned personnel, communicates standards and practices to assure uniform delivery of services to the agency or campus, and coordinates law enforcement activities with campus departments and outside organizations.

Supervises special and/or complex investigations, compiles statistical reports concerning sub-division activities, and supervises the maintenance of special files, confidential documents, and legal and administrative reports.

Conveys information concerning investigations, complaints, and other public safety activities to the media or general public.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent travel and carrying and use of a firearm are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of law enforcement management and supervisory principles. Knowledge of criminal laws, departmental, and agency or campus policies and procedures. Knowledge of budgetary planning and administration. Knowledge of investigative methods and techniques. Ability to organize and supervise the work activities of others. Ability to plan, evaluate, and conduct training. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Skill in the operation of firearms.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor


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STATIONARY ENGINEER

SUMMARY:

The Stationary Engineer is responsible for the safe operation of multiple high pressure steam boilers, chillers, and related equipment, to supply and maintain steam or heat for buildings. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Turns on pre-heat blowers to prepare high pressure boilers and opens valves to provide power and regulate for operations. Inspects pipes, plumbing, and steam lines.

Checks temperature, pressure gauges and water levels to insure proper operating conditions for boilers, cooling towers, fan coils, heaters, pumps and feed water tanks.

Makes regular inspections of boilers, chillers, and other building systems, and records water levels, boiler readings, and temperature gauge readings.

Tests all cooling tower waters for the right chemical levels to keep out bacteria and algae. Checks and treats all chilled water and hot water closed loop systems.

Adjusts controls, as required, if readings indicate problems. Monitors and log readings of high pressure boilers, chillers, cooling towers, pumps and related equipment.

Operates and maintains equipment, such as air compressors, condensation pumps, blowers, steam air dryers, chillers, and related equipment.

Troubleshoots problems with high pressure boilers and related equipment. Performs minor maintenance to equipment and facilities. Checks all pumps, lines and fittings for safe and efficient operations.

Prepares boilers for maintenance inspections for boiler inspectors and secures buildings and equipment and performs security checks.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of state electrical and fire protection code procedures. Knowledge of multiple boiler operation. Knowledge of maintenance activities and various types of mechanical equipment. Knowledge of safety precautions in a boiler operation. Ability to maintain a regular maintenance schedule. Ability to recognize malfunctions in boiler and other mechanical equipment. Ability to make minor mechanical repairs.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus three years of experience in high pressure boiler operation and maintenance.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be certified as a High Pressure Boiler Operator by the Department of Labor


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CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Construction Specialist is responsible for inspecting activities of contractors to ensure construction work is in compliance with project plans and specifications. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects activities of contractors to ensure construction work is in compliance with project plans, specifications, and approved timetables.

Reviews plans and specifications for conformance to established standards for construction projects and recommends contract changes.

Assists in the tabulation of quantity of work completed, cost estimates, and preparation of payments to contractors.

Establishes and maintains working relationships with property owners and the general public and conducts complaint/violation investigations.

Performs surveys at construction sites and compares with approved plans and specifications, writes technical construction inspection reports, and makes recommendations to resolve issues.

Provides training and presentations to staff and public regarding construction matters, attends training, and advises staff on construction techniques, practices, and construction site safety issues.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional in-state travel is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of principles, practices, techniques, and terminology of inspection and civil engineering. Knowledge of surveying and construction methods and materials and equipment testing. Knowledge of bidding procedures and unit bid pricing. Knowledge of utility installations. Ability to conduct inspections to determine quality, materials, and workmanship, and to ensure compliance with specifications. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with property owners, contractors, and other individuals and/or groups within the community. Ability to write and prepare clear and concise field reports. Ability to analyze situations and take the proper action. Ability to understand engineering specifications and plans, inspect work in progress, and perform final inspections. Ability to analyze and interpret data.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of specialized training in building trades technology, industrial maintenance, or a related field; plus two years of experience in maintenance or related activities, including sic months in a leadership capacity.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

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ATHLETIC TICKET SALES COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Athletic Ticket Sales Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, directing, and supervising the ticket sales program and assisting with managing the functions of the athletic ticket office. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Organizes, plans, directs, and supervises ticket sales operations to ensure completion of tasks and functions.

Interviews, selects, and trains ticket office staff and gate personnel in office and athletic event procedures, and designates extended office sales hours as needed.

Orders uniforms and prepares employment authorizations and monthly payroll for athletic gate staff.

Provides assistance and coordination in the implementation of online ticket sales.

Organizes and processes season tickets, advance tickets, and game day tickets.

Oversees ticket inventory and orders stock for university events.

Enters daily deposits from ticket sales and athletic business on a transmittal and submits to supervisor to be delivered to the cashier


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FOOD PREPARATION TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Food Preparation Technician is responsible for food preparation, service, and storage. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Participates in food preparation activities by cleaning, cutting, or peeling vegetables and/or fruits, making sandwiches, opening canned foods, brewing coffee and tea, and pouring beverages.

Replenishes table items and condiments, arranges and restocks salad, dessert, and/or buffet items, sets up serving lines with hot/cold foods, and fills beverage dispensers.

Serves from serving line, prepares and/or transports food trays, and serves food for special events or meetings.

Packs food, dishes, utensils, tablecloths, and accessories for transportation from catering or food preparation establishments to and from on-site locations, as designated.

Ensures cleanliness and functional facility operation by cleaning kitchen, storage and dining areas, by sweeping, vacuuming and mopping floors, washing appliances, tables, chairs and windows, operating dishwasher and disposing of trash and garbage.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the preparation, service, and storage of foodstuffs. Knowledge of sanitation and safety requirements of a food service facility. Ability to prepare and serve food. Ability to clean utensils and equipment used in food preparation. Ability to use knives, choppers, peelers, and other sharp food production equipment.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The ability to read, write, and follow oral and written instructions.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a State Health Certificate.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES ASSISTANT

SUMMARY:

The Institutional Services Assistant is responsible for general cleaning of areas in and around office buildings, class rooms, lecture halls, conference rooms, auditoriums, resident halls, dining areas, building common areas, and other areas as required. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Removes trash from waste baskets, dumps trash, sanitizes and re-lines trash receptacles daily, or as needed, and operates trash compactors.

Wipes furniture, such as desk tops, tables, and other surfaces.

Cleans walls, windows, window sills, stairways, and entry ways, as needed.

  Sweeps, mops, and buffs floors, vacuums floors daily, and shampoos carpets, cleans 
  baseboards, dusts and/or wipes clean furniture, desk tops, table tops, cabinets, and other               
  surfaces, such as ceiling fans, black/white boards, appliances, and fixtures.

Strips, waxes, and buffs floors, as needed or scheduled.

Cleans bathroom fixtures and stocks restrooms with soap, toilet tissue, and paper towels.

Cleans areas requiring special cleaning methods, by using specific cleansers, sterilizing equipment, and/or disposing of contaminated wastes.

  Assists in set-up of events and cleaning after events.

  Performs other duties as assigned. 

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Lifting and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds, bending, stooping, standing, and stretching are required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic cleaning techniques. Knowledge of cleaning equipment operation and maintenance. Ability to follow instructions and perform repetitive manual work. Ability to use cleansers and other agents to clean floors and furniture. Ability to use housekeeping cleaning supplies and equipment. Ability to work independently without close supervision. Ability to follow oral and/or written instructions. Ability to perform multiple tasks and to prioritize assignments. Ability to perform repetitive manual work. Ability to do required lifting (up to 50 lbs.).

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma. 

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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COOK

SUMMARY:

The Cook is responsible for preparing food items and maintaining and cleaning the kitchen work area. This position is governed state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Gathers, weighs, measures, and mixes ingredients according to recipe directions.

Prepares special/modified diet meals, as prescribed by physician.

Washes and cuts fresh vegetables for cooking or for salad bar use.

Loads food carts for delivery to on site units and unloads and cleans food carts after meals.

Operates food preparation equipment such as: blender, chopper, mixer, oven, stove, deep fryer, grill, slicer and food grater.

Cleans work area and equipment by sweeping and mopping floors, washing cooking utensils, counters, tables and appliances, rinsing dishes, and loading/unloading dishwashing machine.

Inspects food preparation and serving areas for safe and sanitary food handling practices.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of food preparation and cooking methods. Knowledge of sanitation and safety requirements of a food service facility. Ability to understand and follow recipes and oral instructions. Ability to operate food preparation equipment and utensils. Ability to read, write, and follow instructions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a State Health Certificate.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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FOOD PREPARATION SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Food Preparation Specialist is responsible for overseeing food preparation, service, and storage and maintaining cleanliness of the kitchen work area. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Monitors cooking of foodstuffs, according to menus, special dietary or nutritional restrictions, and numbers of portions to be served.

Cleans and inspects equipment, kitchen appliances, and work areas, in order to ensure cleanliness and functional operation.

Cleans, cuts, and cooks meat, fish, and poultry, as necessary.

Compiles and maintains records of food use and expenditures.

Determines meal prices based on calculations of ingredient prices.

Requisitions food supplies, kitchen equipment and appliances based on estimates of future needs.

Apportions and serves food as necessary.

   Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the preparation, service, and storage of foodstuffs. Knowledge of sanitation and safety requirements of a food service facility. Ability to oversee food service operations Ability to coordinate work activities of subordinates. Ability to prepare and serve food.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The ability to read, write, and follow oral and written instructions; plus six months of experience in institutional cooking or a related area.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a State Health Certificate.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Institutional Services Supervisor is responsible for overseeing and monitoring custodial and minor maintenance activities in building facilities and supervising laundry room functions in an institutional setting. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a staff of housekeeping/custodial/laundry personnel by interviewing, recommending for hire/termination, training, assigning and reviewing work, counseling, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Schedules and supervises the collection and cleaning of soiled articles from units, inspects cleaned articles, and may direct re-cleaning, mending, or other actions as necessary.

Monitors workers engaged in counting, folding, ironing, and delivering cleaned items to insure proper distribution.

Conducts inspections of building facilities to determine custodial and/or maintenance needs.

Establishes standards and procedures for work of custodial/housekeeping staff.

Conducts orientation training and in-service training to explain policies, work procedures, and to demonstrate use and maintenance of equipment.

Inventories stock to ensure that supplies and equipment are available in adequate amounts and writes purchase orders for needed items.

Maintains records and prepares reports on cleaning and minor maintenance activities.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of custodial and maintenance practices and techniques. Knowledge of materials and equipment used in custodial and maintenance work. Knowledge of the operation and maintenance requirements of commercial laundry equipment.

Ability to maintain adequate supplies and inventory records. Ability to prepare written documents. Ability to conduct inspections to determine compliance with standards. Ability to supervise staff of subordinate supervisors, custodial workers and semi-skilled maintenance repairmen.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of vocational training and/or experience in housekeeping.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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APPRENTICE TRADESMAN

SUMMARY:

The Apprentice Tradesman assists a certified or licensed skilled tradesman in all phases of work associated with a particular trade and is responsible for learning the duties in an apprentice training program. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides assistance and trains in an apprenticeship program, under the supervision of a skilled tradesman, in a variety of skilled trades duties.

May provide assistance and train in the installation of electrical wiring, electrical fixtures, and computer cable lines.

May provide assistance and train in the assembly, installation, and repairing of air, gas, water, and waste disposal systems, according to specifications and plumbing codes.

May provide assistance and train in all areas of carpentry.

May provide assistance and train using different welding equipment, acetylene gas, and electrical arc welding on needed repairs.

May provide assistance and train in servicing, rebuilding, and/or installation of automobile and diesel engines and transmissions.

May provide assistance and train in masonry duties, such as concrete mixing and bricklaying.

May provide assistance and train in a variety of interior and exterior painting tasks.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic measuring tools, equipment, and materials used in the various skilled trades. Ability to perform manual labor under various working conditions. Ability to use hand and power tools in various working conditions.

Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to communicate information and ideas in various environments. Skill in the use, operation, and care of tools and machinery.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

SUMMARY:

The Equipment Operator is responsible for operating light equipment and maintenance and service of equipment used in the upkeep of grounds and facilities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates equipment, such as tractors, mowers, weed eaters, edges, chainsaws, blowers, trimmers and other grounds equipment.

Operates trucks, tractors, pumps, compressors, small cranes, rollers, graders, small concrete mixers, front end loaders, small backhoes, truck mounted core drills and other mechanized equipment.

Checks, services and assists in making minor and emergency adjustments and repairs in the field and in the repair shop.

Performs preventive maintenance and services equipment by cleaning, filling with gas, changing oil, greasing and sharpening blades as needed, and performing minor repairs.

Assists with grounds and landscaping by maintaining flower beds, mowing lawns, trimming shrubbery, pruning trees, sodden lawns, and picking up and removing litter.

Transports visitors, clients, students, and agency/institution officials to and from appointments. Moves equipment from one location to another.

May pick up and deliver office equipment, furniture, supplies, equipment parts, and other items or assists other trade shops as needed.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the operation and safety procedures of various types of construction and maintenance equipment. Knowledge of operations and procedures and of the proper use of mechanized equipment. Ability to operate and analyze problems in the operation and performance of routine maintenance on various types of equipment. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions and explanations and demonstrations. Ability to maintain simple records of operation and maintenance schedules.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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REPROD EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

SUMMARY:

The Reproduction Equipment Operator is responsible for performing reproduction equipment and mail operations, maintaining reproduction and mail records, and ordering supplies. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates photocopy equipment to reproduce copies of documents, manuscripts, and other printed material as specified in work orders.

Collates, stacks, staples, and binds reproduced material and laminates covers, if specified in work orders.

Maintains a log of reproduction requests, calculating time spent and costs, and maintains a ledger of postage usage.

Performs routine maintenance on equipment by changing minor equipment parts and adding toner. Calls service technician for major repairs.

Receives and distributes incoming mail by sorting, stamping, and routing mail to the correct location.

Prepares outgoing mail, including mass mail outs by weighing, stamping, producing labels, and affixing labels to packages.

Maintains inventory and orders and restocks supplies.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of reproduction and related equipment. Knowledge of postal regulations. Knowledge of basic mathematics. Ability to maintain inventory of reproduction supplies. Ability to operate reproduction, postage, and related equipment. Ability to follow oral and written instructions. Ability to maintain reproduction and related files and records.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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STADIUM MAINTENANCE SUPV

SUMMARY:

The Stadium Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of athletic facilities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides close supervision of the work of subordinate employees by establishing work schedules, assigning specific duties, providing clear, explicit, and detailed instructions, and monitoring and reviewing the work on a regular basis.

Ensures adherence to instructions, deadlines, proper procedures, upkeep of athletic facilities, and security for locking and unlocking doors.

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ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SUPV

SUMMARY:

The Athletic Equipment Supervisor is responsible for supervising the maintenance and inventory of athletic equipment, cleaning of laundry, and assisting coaches and players during athletic activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the work of subordinate employees by establishing work schedules and assigning specific job duties, providing clear detailed instructions to a staff made up of full-time employees and student workers, resolving problems encountered by staff, and training new employees.

Directs the collection, cleaning, and delivery of laundry in a physical education or athletic facility.

Repairs and cleans athletic equipment used during athletic activities.

Issues athletic equipment and supplies to players and coaching staff participating in athletic activities and maintains records of equipment issued and supplies used.

Inventories athletic equipment, orders laundry and athletic supplies, and maintains purchase and inventory records.

Prepares dressing room areas and packs equipment for out of town athletic events, assists in setting up visitor dressing room areas during home games, and provides equipment assistance during athletic competition.

   Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of laundry operations and cleaning athletic apparel and other materials. Knowledge of athletic events, athletic equipment, and supplies needed to prepare. Ability to plan, organize, and supervise the work of subordinate employees. Ability to purchase and inventory athletic equipment and supplies. Ability to operate laundry equipment and prepare formulas for cleaning agents and other solvents. Ability to repair athletic equipment and recommend outside repair when required.

Ability to supervise the work of subordinates.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience maintaining athletic equipment, supplies, facilities or a related field, including six months in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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RESIDENT HALL MANAGER I

SUMMARY:

The Resident Hall Manager is responsible for providing guidance for students in residence halls and assisting student groups and staff. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists administration, student groups, and committees with planning and initiation of social and academic programs in resident halls and attends resident hall functions.

Interprets housing rules and regulations to students, advises students on personal and/or academic problems, refers students to various campus departments for additional assistance, and meets with parents and visiting students.

Enrolls students in and out of rooms, issues keys, makes room assignments, inspects rooms for cleanliness, and monitors building and facilities for security.

Reports maintenance needs to physical plant and suspected disturbances to security, requests medical assistance for students, and requisitions supplies for residence hall.

Attends staff meetings, serves as advisor on various resident hall committees, maintains incident log, prepares maintenance and safety reports, and prepares reports for resident hall judicial hearings.

Informs residents of emergency evacuation procedures, issues temporary meal tickets, answers telephones, and updates floor plans, room rosters, and information cards, as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of social and academic programs Knowledge of student housing rules and regulations. Ability to advise students concerning personal and/or social problems. Ability to maintain records and prepare reports. Ability to maintain discipline within institution housing. Ability to advise student groups planning social events. Ability to supervise the work of subordinates.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience working with college student social and academic programs, or a related area, including one year in a residential setting or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HOUSEKEEPER

SUMMARY:

The Housekeeper is responsible for general cleaning areas in office buildings, resident halls, or other facility areas, operating laundry machines and training others in laundry operations. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Empties waste baskets, dumps trash, and replaces trash bags.

Wipes and cleans furniture, such as desk tops, tables, and other surfaces.

Cleans walls, windows, and windowsills.

Sweeps, mops, and buffs floors, vacuums and shampoos rugs, cleans baseboards, dusts furniture and fixtures, washes windows and blinds, and empties trash.

Strips and waxes floors, as needed.

Cleans bathroom fixtures and stocks bathroom with soap, toilet tissue, and paper towels.

Clean areas requiring special cleaning methods, by use of specific cleansers, sterilized equipment, and/or disposing of contaminated wastes.

Issues towels and bed linens to members/students. Collects and sends dirty linens and towels to laundry.

Loads soiled articles into washing machine, loads chemicals, sets controls, removes and transfers articles to dryer, sets controls, and removes articles when dry.

Operates steam press to iron articles and fold articles for delivery. Sorts, counts, loads, and delivers finished items to user. May mend damaged articles by machine or by hand sewing.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic cleaning techniques. Knowledge of cleaning equipment operation and maintenance.

Ability to follow instructions and perform repetitive manual work. Ability to use cleansers and other agents to clean floors and furniture. Ability to use housekeeping cleaning supplies and equipment. Ability to work independently without close supervision. Ability to follow oral and/or written instructions.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES SHIFT SUPV

SUMMARY:

The Institutional Services Shift Supervisor is responsible for overall custodial services on an assigned shift. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a medium-to large custodial and/or supervisory staff in the performance of cleaning designated areas.

Plans and evaluates custodial services on an assigned shift.

Inspects buildings for custodial services needed and the quality of services performed.

Reports the need for building and equipment repairs to appropriate personnel.

Orders custodial equipment and supplies and maintains and updates expenditure records.

Assists in training programs by conducting demonstrations in work methods and procedures.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of the material, methods, tools, and practices used in cleaning operations. Knowledge of the operation and care of custodial equipment. Ability to plan, assign and direct the work activities of subordinate employees. Ability to maintain records and inventory of supplies. Ability to assign priorities in terms of tasks to be accomplished. Ability to work independently without close supervision and to make sure that tasks are completed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus one year of experience in custodial work or a related area, including six months in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Equipment Technician is responsible for operating light equipment and maintaining and servicing the equipment used in the upkeep of grounds and facilities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates equipment, such as tractors, mowers, weed eaters, edger, chainsaws, blowers, trimmers, and other grounds equipment.

Operates trucks, tractors, pumps, compressors, small cranes, rollers, graders, small concrete mixers, front end loaders, small backhoes, truck mounted core drills, and other mechanized equipment.

Checks, services, and assists in making minor and emergency adjustments and repairs in the field and in the repair shop.

Performs preventive maintenance and services equipment by cleaning, filling with gas, changing oil, greasing and sharpening blades, as needed, and performing minor repairs.

Assists with grounds and landscaping by maintaining flower beds, mowing lawns, trimming shrubbery, pruning trees, sodding lawn, and picking up and removing litter.

Transports visitors, clients, students, and agency/institution officials to and from appointments. Moves equipment from one location to another.

Picks up and deliver office equipment, furniture, supplies, equipment parts, and other items or assists other trade shops as needed.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the operation and safety procedures of various types of construction and maintenance equipment. Knowledge of operations and procedures and of the proper use of mechanized equipment. Ability to operate and analyze problems in the operation and performance of routine maintenance on various types of equipment.

Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions and explanations and demonstrations. Ability to maintain simple records of operation and maintenance schedules.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus one year of experience in the operation, adjustment, and maintenance of equipment.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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RADIO DISPATCH OPERATOR

SUMMARY:

The Radio Dispatch Operator is responsible for receiving and making calls via radio or telephone and maintaining communication records and logs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives radio and/or telephone calls concerning building maintenance, parking control, transit operations, emergency situations, or inquires from the general public.

Interviews callers to obtain information, creates maintenance work orders, enters parking violation information into computer database, and offers assistance on directions, procedures, and schedules.

Relays information to appropriate departmental personnel, such as building maintenance staff, parking control officers, transit bus drivers, and paratransit van drivers.

Records or enters information into log and/or computer database.

Compiles information from log or database into reports.

Receives payments and maintains accounts on parking fees and fines.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of communication procedures and federal rules and regulations concerning radio and telephone transmissions. Ability to operate communications equipment. Ability to maintain logs and records. Ability to communicate in oral and written form.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six months of experience in operating communications equipment or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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FOOD PREPARATION COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Food Preparation Coordinator is responsible for inspecting and preparing food commodities for production, conducting inventory and production control measures, and maintaining and cleaning equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives, inspects, stores, and records quantities of food commodities.

Records quantity of food commodities received and issued to cooks.

Prepares and cooks foods on a regular basis or for special guests.

Negotiates with supply company representatives to determine order details, estimates supply requirements, and orders supplies to maintain inventories.

Performs food preparation duties, including preparing of food commodities, calculating needed amounts of goods, ensuring accurate measurements of recipe quantities, labeling and storing leftover items, and ordering weekly supplies.

Maintains equipment and area by sharpening blades, oiling machines, and cleaning floors, ovens, bakery coolers, freezers, doughnut machines, other appliances, and storage areas

Oversees activities of other food preparation staff, as needed, by assigning and reviewing work and training new employees.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective distribution of goods. Knowledge of principles, processes, and techniques of food preparation. Knowledge of customer needs and services related to food commodities. Knowledge of techniques and equipment for food products for consumption, including storage/handling techniques.

Knowledge of equipment and methods of preparing food.
Ability to conduct inventory and maintain related records. Ability to clean and maintain food preparation equipment.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in institutional and/or commercial food service, or a related area; including one year in a supervisory capacity.

CERTICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a State Health Certificate.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Assistant is responsible for grounds maintenance and general labor activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs grounds maintenance by mowing, edging, weeding, and trimming lawns and bushes, planting trees, and sodding yards. Collects and removes trash from lawn.

Operates light to medium lawn equipment.

Assists with work orders for special events and exhibits.

Inspects tools and equipment. Performs minor equipment and vehicle repairs.

Maintains equipment by oiling, greasing, sharpening blades, and performing other minor repairs and services vehicles which includes: filling with gas, changing oil, tune-ups, and washing.

Assists with minor electrical repairs, remodeling of buildings, and performs minor carpentry duties such as hanging ceilings, replacing walls, and other carpentry duties.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Operating, lifting and carrying a variety of lawn equipment, lifting and carrying cumbersome items, and working in varied weather conditions is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of methods and practices in skilled and unskilled trades. Ability to operate and perform routine maintenance on various types of grounds keeping tools and equipment. Ability to receive, assign, and coordinate work activities.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus two years of experience/on-the-job training in grounds keeping activities and/or the maintenance of lawn-care equipment.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SKILLED TRADES HELPER

SUMMARY:

The Skilled Trades Helper assists a certified or licensed skilled tradesman in one or more of the following skilled trades: HVAC mechanics (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), plumbing, electrical, carpentry, or painting. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides assistance and trains in a variety of skilled trades duties in an apprenticeship program under the supervision of a skilled tradesman.

May provide assistance in servicing, rebuilding, and/or installation of automobile and diesel engines and transmissions.

May provide assistance in all areas of carpentry.

May provide assistance in the installation of electrical wiring, electrical fixtures, and computer cable lines. Checks hallways, stairways, and other public areas for non-working lights, and changes out any ballasts, transformers, fuses, or switches.

May provide assistance in the assembly, installation, and repairing of air, gas, water, and waste disposal systems, according to specifications and plumbing codes.

May provide assistance to painters, plasterers, or welders in preparing surfaces for repair and/or re-finishing.

May provide assistance to HVAC mechanics with inspections, preventive maintenance, and repairs of boilers, air compressors, and related equipment.

Performs other duties as assigned.

  KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic measuring tools, equipment, and materials used in the various skilled trades. Ability to perform manual labor under various working conditions. Ability to use hand and power tools in various working conditions. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to communicate information and ideas in various environments. Skill in the use, operation, and care of tools and machinery.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus one year experience in chosen trade area.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INNKEEPER SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Innkeeper Specialist is responsible for the overall appearance and sanitation of public use areas in the inn. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises skilled and unskilled employees by assigning and reviewing work completed.

Inspects inn facilities to determine maintenance needs, sanitary conditions, and overall appearance. Checks housekeeping work performed by staff and inspects for missing items or maintenance needs.

Conducts inventory of equipment, linens, supplies and materials to maintain current demands and determine future needs. Researches and recommends specifications for custodial supplies, linens, and cleaning equipment.

Completes and maintains records on inventory, work schedules, lost and found, and
maintenance issues. Prepares reports for supervisors as needed.

Greets visitors, provides assistance to the public and other staff, and assists customers with special needs.

Collaborates with all staff to ensure prompt service delivery for guests.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of inn amenities, facilities, and materials. Knowledge of basic principles of facility maintenance. Ability to train employees in a multitude of job tasks related facility management. Ability to follow instructions and to give brief verbal or written reports when necessary. Ability to inspect facilities and determine maintenance needs. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in domestic, institutional, hotel/motel housekeeping, or related field, including one year in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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INSTITUTIONAL BUS DRIVER

SUMMARY:

The Institutional Bus Driver is responsible for the operation of a large passenger motor carrier, transporting passengers to specific destinations outside of the general area. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Read maps, plans travel routes, and schedules.

Makes routine checks and inspections of bus and equipment for proper operation, safety, and maintenance.

Coordinates any special requirements or considerations necessary for making the trip with appropriate personnel.

Maintains schedule for the operation of bus and regular maintenance requirements.

Maintains records of bus use and travel logs, and prepares reports of operations.

Provides security for the bus on overnight trips and attends driving courses as needed and/or required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the operation and maintenance of commercial transportation vehicles. Knowledge of federal and state traffic laws and regulations. Knowledge of basic travel requirements and restrictions. Ability to plan and schedule travel routes. Ability to perform minor maintenance and safety checks of transportation vehicle and equipment. Ability to perform routine tasks and to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to work independently without close supervision and to make sure tasks are completed.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of commercial driving experience.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

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HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

SUMMARY:

The Heavy Equipment Operator is responsible for operating heavy equipment, such as tractors, trailers, gasoline shovels, backhoes, front-end loaders, and dump trucks and other heavy mechanized equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates complex mechanized equipment requiring specialized operator skill level, including cranes, bulldozers, excavator trucks, track mounted front end loaders and specialized snow removal equipment.

Receives work assignments through verbal instructions or written work orders. Performs operator level lubrication and maintenance, in accord with operations manuals, including machine adjustments.

Operates all types of mowers, bush hogs, bulldozers, front end loaders, dump trucks, forklifts, tractors in the maintenance of structures and grounds.

Travels to job site by truck or on equipment to be used in the job. Checks the safety of equipment operation and operates equipment for grounds maintenance, physical plant, greenhouses and farming operations.

Uses complex, mechanical equipment, performing tasks including erection, demolition, excavating, grading, filling, or other construction and maintenance activities.

Provides labor for special projects, such as ground work for sidewalks, curbs, and retaining walls. Performs work at heights on equipment, such as platform trucks, ariel ladders and baskets, crane booms, and other equipment.

Plants, cultivates and harvests crops operating tractors, disc, planters and levee hog.

Moves and arranges furniture, loads and unloads materials and other parts and supplies.

Performs preventive maintenance on equipment and reports any problems.

Digs ditches for water, sewer, or gas lines.

Picks up and loads debris, such as limbs, rocks, or other materials on trucks and hauls to dumping area.

Uproots trees and levels lots or grounds.

Hauls gravel and dirt for road repair or construction projects.

Operates bucket truck for cutting and removing limbs from trees.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Frequent in-state and area travel are required. Use of vehicles and equipment are required. Lifting and carrying heavy or cumbersome items is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of procedures for operating heavy, complex, mechanized equipment in accord with manual, safety regulations, and other instructions. Knowledge of the operation of heavy equipment, driving, and moving mechanized equipment. Ability to operate heavy, complex mechanized equipment . Ability to service and perform minor maintenance on heavy equipment. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions and explanations. Skill in the operation of heavy equipment.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus two years of experience in operating heavy, mechanized construction and maintenance equipment or a related area.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must possess a valid Arkansas driver


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EQUIPMENT MECHANIC

SUMMARY:

The Equipment Mechanic is responsible for maintaining and repairing tools and equipment used in buildings, on grounds, and general maintenance. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives work orders for repair of malfunctioning or broken equipment and tools, and checks problems and makes repairs within specified timeframes.

Maintains and repairs heating and cooling units.

Performs maintenance on motorized vehicles, mowers, backhoes, weed eaters, and makes minor repairs to structures.

Identifies problem and determines appropriate action by consulting schematics or manuals.

Disassembles malfunctioning equipment, examines parts, and makes appropriate repairs.

Checks cords, plugs, and safety features, and oils and greases gears and casings on electric hand tools, such as drills, saws, and impact hammers.

Cleans dirty equipment or their parts using air hoses or chemical solutions, and maintains cleaning and floor maintenance equipment.

Sharpens blades on mowers, tractors, and other hand tools.

Maintains parts and supplies, such as oil, gas, and filters and orders new inventory as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building and grounds maintenance equipment repair and preventative maintenance procedures. Ability to read and interpret schematics and repair manuals. Ability to determine problems and solutions concerning equipment and power tool malfunctions and perform necessary repairs.

Skill in the repair and maintenance of tools and equipment.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

Completion of sufficient education or training to read and write; plus two years of experience in the maintenance and repair of small engines and power tools or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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LANDSCAPE SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Landscape Specialist is responsible for landscaping and grounds maintenance activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives work orders and prepares work schedules, according to nature of job.

Plans and directs the location and planting of trees, plants, and shrubbery.

Oversees watering, fertilization, pruning, and pest control and disease treatment programs for trees and greenery.

Schedules equipment to be used in maintenance operations, such as mowing, patching potholes, and painting street or curb lines.

Inventories and orders supplies and equipment.

Inspects work in progress and upon completion for compliance to original plans.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the methods and techniques used in landscaping and grounds maintenance. Ability to supervise the work activities of subordinate employees in landscaping and grounds maintenance. Ability to operate grounds maintenance equipment. Ability to maintain records and estimate landscaping and grounds maintenance needs.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in landscaping, grounds maintenance, or related area, including one year in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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FOOD PREPARATION SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Food Preparation Supervisor is responsible for the supervision of food service personnel, directing food service activities, monitoring security and safety practices, coordinating the production and serving of food, ordering supplies, and the preparation of reports. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises food production and/or food service staff by recommending for hire/termination, assigning work assignments, reviewing the work of employees, training employees, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Researches laws, reviews procedural updates, and attends informational meetings to develop and provide in-service training on policy and procedural changes, preparation methods, and equipment operations.

Prepares and cook foods of all types, either on a regular basis or for special guests or functions.

Collaborates with other personnel to plan and develop recipes and menus, taking into account such factors as seasonal availability of ingredients and the likely number of customers.

Checks the quality of raw and cooked food products to ensure that standards are met. Checks the quantity and quality of received products.

Demonstrates new cooking techniques and equipment to staff.

Estimates amounts and costs of required supplies, such as food and ingredients.

Inspects supplies, equipment, storage areas for temperature and sanitation requirements, and work areas to ensure conformance to established standards.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of food preservation and storage techniques. Knowledge of food preparation and serving requirements in a large food service facility. Knowledge of menus, nutritional requirements and sanitation regulations. Knowledge of inventory and receiving. Ability to read and interpret menus and special diets. Ability to supervise the activities of food service personnel. Ability to supervise the activities of food service personnel. Ability to inspect food shipments and inventory. Ability to estimate amount of food prepared and determined methods used in serving. Ability to ensure compliance with laws, regulations, or standards governing food preparation and storage.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in institutional or commercial food service operations and/or specialized training in food service, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ATHLETIC FACILITY SUPV

SUMMARY:

The Athletic Facility Supervisor is responsible for coordinating the set up of athletic facilities for special events and the maintenance activities of athletic facilities and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the work of subordinate employees by establishing work schedules, assigning specific job duties and providing clear detailed instructions to staff of student workers by making work assignments, reviewing work, training, and evaluating their job performance.

Prepares athletic facilities to be used for athletic events by monitoring facility schedules, making safety checks of the building, opening and closing buildings, and issuing and setting up equipment for special events.

Plans and coordinates inspection, maintenance and clean-up of grounds, general areas in and around the athletic facilities, football field, tennis courts, and maintains equipment being used at the facility such as lights and sound systems for proper working order.

Inventories and orders supplies used for clean-up, maintenance, equipment repair, and special events.

Assists supervisor in planning new construction of facilities by offering suggestions and advice about materials, costs, and needed features.

Maintains records of purchases, work orders, building emergencies, facility usage, and other reports as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

May be required to lift and carry cumbersome or heavy athletic equipment.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of athletic events and facilities and organized activities. Knowledge of maintenance and construction of athletic facilities.

Ability to plan, coordinate, and organize use of athletic facilities. Ability to supervise the work of subordinates. Ability to access maintenance and construction needs. Ability to perform maintenance and construction tasks.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in facility maintenance and/or construction, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PRINTER

SUMMARY:

The Printer is responsible for printing forms, pamphlets, and other requested materials. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives and reviews job orders, determines materials needed, and sets up and operates printing presses, plate making equipment, paper cutting, drilling, and folding machines to print and produce request orders.

Controls press while printing, to ensure quality and proper number of copies and examines sample sheet to determine printing defects.

Performs preventive maintenance on presses by oiling, replacing belts, and performing minor repairs. Cleans machine, equipment, and work area. Contacts service personnel for major repairs.

Inventories and orders supplies and makes capital equipment requests as needed.

Assists and trains new employees. Plans work schedule, assigns work, and reviews finished print jobs.

Oversees maintenance and repair of printing equipment and supply inventory.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Exposure to hazardous chemicals and subjected to excessive noise from machinery in the performance of job duties. Occasional overtime may be required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of printing operations and procedures. Knowledge of form/graphic design. Ability to assign and coordinate work activities and monitor the performance of co-workers and/or subordinates. Ability to operate and maintain printing equipment. Ability to maintain inventory and requisition supplies. Ability to review print orders, determine materials needed, and produce a finished product.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience in the printing trade.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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AUTO/DIESEL MECHANIC

SUMMARY:

The Auto/Diesel Mechanic is responsible for performing skilled preventative maintenance and repair work on motor pool vehicles, plant operation equipment, and tools. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs vehicle maintenance by changing oil, lubricating, replaces oil and air filters, cleaning vehicle interior, washing and waxing car exterior, checking tire pressure and rotating tires; checking coolant, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and windshield washer fluid levels, and adding fluid as needed.

Checks batteries and their fluid levels. Inspects lights, spare tire and tire tools, turn signals, brake lights, horn, seat belts and other systems on the vehicle. Winterizes vehicles by checking for proper antifreeze levels.

Performs minor vehicle repairs, changes headlights, fuses, and bulbs that are inoperable. Repairs tires and fixes flats. Performs other repairs, which do not require special tools or equipment.

Travels off-campus to retrieve vehicles, in need of repair, or pick up tools, supplies, and equipment needed for plant and facilities operation.

Performs maintenance and repairs of grounds equipment, which includes tractors and assorted implements, for lift, skid loader, etc., as well as small engine equipment, such as lawnmowers, string trimmers, etc.

Maintains service on shop equipment and tools.

May fabricate parts and equipment and perform body work to repair vehicles.

Prepares for prior approval from supervisors estimates of time, parts, and materials needed for repairs.

Responsible for getting routine gas and diesel (or other fuel) for operation of equipment.

Maintains supplies and equipment, maintains reasonable stock of oil, lubricants, filters, bulbs, fuses, and other supplies used in vehicle, buggy and small engine maintenance and operation.

Maintains accountability of shop tools and test equipment, as well as records of repairs and routine maintenance needs.

Responsible for keeping shop clean and organized.

Maintains a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so as to get along with others.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional in-state travel is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the mechanical operation of diesel and gasoline powered engines as well as electric start engines. Knowledge of routine vehicle, buggy, and small engine maintenance and care for safe and efficient operation. Knowledge of manufacturer


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INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Instrumentation Technician is responsible for monitoring electrical or mechanical equipment operations and making repairs as necessary. This position is governed by government regulations and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives request for equipment that needs repair due to malfunctioning.

Checks the operation of equipment to determine if it is a mechanical or electrical problem.

Operates test equipment to determine part capacity, such as meters, oscilloscope, and power tools.

Determines malfunctioning parts, and adjusts, replaces, and repairs components to correct problem.

Monitors equipment for proper functioning and maintenance.

Performs fabrication work as required and uses mechanical and/or electrical instruments and tools to construct needed parts.

Repairs computer equipment, control system panels, and audio/visual and communications equipment.

Installs new electronic/mechanical or communications systems.

Designs tests and monitor equipment power supplies, amps, switches, and interfaces.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical and mechanical equipment. Ability to localize and repair mechanical or electrical problems. Ability to test and monitor equipment functions. Skill in performing fabrication work.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of specialized training or work experience in electronics or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Specialist is responsible for maintaining buildings, grounds, and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Makes minor repairs to the interior/exterior of buildings and facilities and maintains furniture and equipment, employing basic skills in plumbing, carpentry, electrical, and mechanical.

Mows grass, cuts weeds, and gathers and removes trash from lawns.

Starts, operates, and checks for safety and maintenance on a wide variety of small engines, lawn mowers, and/or hand tools.

Maintains vehicles by changing oil and filters, replacing tires, repairing breaks, changing plugs, and other repairs; keeps vehicle maintenance and repair records.

Cleans and replaces filters on air conditioners and performs minor repairs on central heating and air conditioning systems.

Mops, waxes and vacuums floors, as needed or required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic carpentry, electrical systems, plumbing, painting, and heating and air conditioning. Knowledge of the operation, maintenance, and safety requirements of motorized vehicles and equipment. Ability to operate and perform routine maintenance and minor repairs on motorized vehicles and equipment. Ability to perform routine building and grounds maintenance work. Ability to operate and maintain electrical tools and machinery.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of experience or training in the building construction trades, general building maintenance, or in the repair or maintenance of mechanical equipment.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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LODGE HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Lodge Housekeeping Supervisor is responsible for the overall appearance and sanitation of public use areas in the lodge. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises skilled and unskilled employees by assigning and reviewing work completed.

Inspects lodge facilities to determine maintenance needs, sanitary conditions, and overall appearance. Checks housekeeping work performed by staff and inspects for missing items or maintenance needs.

Conducts inventory of equipment, linens, supplies, and materials to maintain current demands and determine future needs. Researches and recommends specifications for custodial supplies, linens, and cleaning equipment.

Completes and maintains records on inventory, work schedules, lost and found, and
maintenance issues. Prepares reports for supervisors as needed.

Greets visitors, provides assistance to the public and other staff, and assists customers with special needs.

Collaborates with all staff to ensure prompt service delivery for lodge guests.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of lodge amenities, facilities, and materials. Knowledge of basic principles of facility maintenance. Ability to train employees in a multitude of job tasks related facility management. Ability to follow instructions and to give verbal or written reports when necessary. Ability to inspect facilities and determine maintenance needs. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of experience in domestic, institutional, hotel/motel housekeeping, or a related field, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ASST RESTAURANT MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Assistant Restaurant Manager is responsible for assisting the Restaurant Manager in all aspects of the food service facilities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides daily supervision to food service workers.

Assists in the preparation of food orders and oversees temperature controls, portion controls, presentation, and food rotation. Checks the quality of raw and cooked food products to ensure that standards are met.

Inspects supplies, equipment, and storage areas for temperature and sanitation requirements, and inspects work areas to ensure conformance to established standards.

Assists Manager with menu planning and food and supply orders.

Manages inventory by checking the quantity and quality of received products; rotating supplies, and altering menu to cut down on food waste. Assists in taking inventories; maintains records on food cost, food waste, and dish breakage.

Communicates and works closely with all park operational units to meet the requirements of food service operations.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of laws, regulations, or standards governing food preparation and storage and the ability to ensure compliance with same. Knowledge of appropriate use of equipment, facilities, and materials required. Knowledge of food service techniques, procedures, and safety concerns. Ability to train employees in multiple of job tasks related to food service or kitchen
sanitation.

Ability to provide information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates. Ability to monitor and review information from materials events or the environment to detect
and assess problems. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal educational equivalent of a high school diploma; plus four years of experience in restaurant management or a related field, including two years of cooking experience and two years in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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LANDSCAPE SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Landscape Supervisor is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing landscaping and grounds maintenance activities. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the work of subordinate employees by prioritizing work assignments, establishing deadlines, providing general instructions, and reviewing the work performed.

Operates and performs minor maintenance repairs on heavy equipment used in grounds maintenance, including industrial mowers, tractors, backhoes, chain saws, and trimmers.

Coordinates and maintains ground keeping maintenance activities, such as pruning , mixing chemicals, applying fertilizers, pesticides, mulching, weeding, tree trimming, propagating, and watering shrubbery and flowers.

Plans and directs the location and planting of trees or greenery to be used.

Secures landscape maintenance building and equipment daily.

Schedules vehicle and equipment maintenance.

Monitors inventories, orders and pick up parts, supplies, and equipment, as needed.

Makes recommendations on maintenance activities and operating budget.

Plans, coordinates, and assigns daily schedules of grounds maintenance and landscaping.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the methods and techniques used in landscaping and grounds maintenance. Ability to plan, organize, and direct a landscaping and grounds maintenance program. Ability to operate grounds maintenance equipment. Ability to maintain records and estimate landscaping and grounds maintenance needs. Ability to supervise the work activities of subordinate employees in landscaping and grounds maintenance.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of experience in landscaping, grounds keeping, ground maintenance, or related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for overseeing and participating in the maintenance and operation of facilities and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Develops preventative maintenance schedules for facilities and equipment and participates in overall planning by providing information and advice concerning equipment status, maintenance replacement, or purchasing needs.

Performs skilled and semi-skilled tasks, including building wooden structures, replacing faulty plumbing fixtures, repairing broken pipes, replacing electrical fixtures and receptacles, welding broken parts, rebuilding small motors, overhauling carburetors, tuning up vehicles, operating power tools, pouring and finishing concrete, and servicing refrigeration units.

Reports maintenance and repairs needed in maintaining facilities.

Prepares employees work schedules, trains new employees, and recommends disciplinary actions, as needed.

   Maintains records and prepares reports including vehicle utilization, equipment history, 
  and materials purchased. 

May operate a waste water treatment facility by monitoring equipment to ensure proper operation, making repairs, taking samples, and completing reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and structural requirements used in the construction and maintenance of buildings and grounds. Knowledge of state government procurement practices. Ability to plan, assign, and coordinate work activities, and monitor the performance of co-workers and/or subordinates. Ability to determine repair/maintenance requirements, perform manual labor, and operate and maintain the necessary tools and equipment. Ability to prepare reports and maintain records.

Ability to maintain inventory and purchase supplies. Ability to train others in the use of tools and equipment in order to maintain facilities.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of vocational technical training in maintenance operations; plus two years of experience in general maintenance, including one year in a leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PRINTING ESTIMATOR/PLANNER

SUMMARY:

The Printing Estimator/Planner is responsible for printing forms, pamphlets, and other materials. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives, reviews, and prioritizes job orders. Determines materials needed and estimates costs. Sets up and operates bindery equipment to cut, assemble, staple, drill or bind materials.

Maintains and operates sheet fed four color printing presses. Mixes colors to create desired ink color. Operates and adjust automatic printing presser to develop pamphlets, required forms, and other requested printing materials.

Documents all work orders and maintains various records, files, and logs. Inventories and orders supplies for printing request.

Examines and inspects proofs or printed material, to detect errors and evaluate the adequacy of clarity ensuring quality is met.

Performs routine preventive maintenance on presses by oiling, replacing belts, and making minor repairs on other printing equipment.

Receives incoming printing shipments, assists with unloading, checks delivery against purchase order, checks for damages and contact vendors concerning discrepancies.

Cleans printing machine and bindery equipment and work area.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of printing operations and procedures. Knowledge of form/graphic design. Ability to operate and maintain printing equipment. Ability to maintain inventory and requisition supplies. Ability to review print orders, determine materials needed, and produce a finished product.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of advanced training in printing techniques and practices; plus two years of experience in the printing trade.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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FOOD PREPARATION MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Food Preparation Manager is responsible for monitoring food preparation activities for quality and quantity control purposes, and requisitioning, inspecting, and conducting inventory of food and non-food products. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a food preparation staff by interviewing and recommending for hire/termination, overseeing the training of employees, developing shift schedules, assigning and reviewing work, counseling, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Monitors food preparation, service, storage, and cleaning activities, to ensure compliance with health, safety, and operating standards, by sampling food, examining serving size, identifying and controlling food waste, inspecting kitchen and service areas, and adjusting work assignments as needed.

Requisitions food and non-food products from established vendors or central storage facility to meet daily production needs, conducts inventory, and prepares purchase orders for non-routine items.

Inspects food and supply deliveries, approves product substitutions, and modifies menus, in accordance with doctor’s or dietician’s orders.

Compiles statistics of items ordered, used, and inventoried and prepares related reports, maintains records on special diets, participates in developing menus for special meals or events, and coordinates equipment requisition, repair, and maintenance activities.

Researches laws, reviews procedural updates, and attends informational meetings to develop and provide in-service training on policy and procedural changes, preparation methods, and equipment operations.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of sanitation and safety requirements of a food service facility.

Knowledge of methods, materials, and appliances used in large scale food preparation, service, and storage. Knowledge of basic dietetics, including food preparation, service, sanitation and safety. Knowledge of purchasing, inventory, and storeroom procedures. Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work activities of a subordinate food supervisory and preparation staff. Ability to develop and present in-service training. Ability to compile, prepare, and maintain records and reports.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus four years of experience in institutional and/or commercial food service or a related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ATU COLISEUM MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Arkansas Tech University (ATU) Coliseum Manager is responsible for maintaining Tucker Coliseum. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

 Supervises a small staff of custodial and maintenance workers in the daily cleaning and
 maintenance of the building. 

 Handles any special problems with schedules and workloads of subordinates. 

 Reviews work to ensure areas have been properly cleaned. 

 Inspects grounds, coliseum, and general area for needed maintenance. 

 Repairs and replaces parts for equipment, lights, basketball courts, and back boards. 

 Orders supplies and maintains inventory of supplies and equipment. 

 Operates concessions for all athletic events and other special events in the coliseum. 

 Prepares and sets up the coliseum with chairs, stages, spot lights, and other equipment for 
 activities and provides maintenance of the athletic fields for games. 

 Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

 Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. 
 Knowledge of athletic facility maintenance operations. 
 Knowledge of ground maintenance requirements. 
 Ability to supervise personnel involved in custodial services. 
 Ability to assess maintenance needs for special events such as basketball games and 
 conferences. 
 Ability to organize activities in preparation of special events. 
 Ability to perform maintenance and minor construction tasks. 



 MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:  

 The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree with a major in business
 administration, general business, management or a related field; plus two years of 
 experience in facility maintenance and operations or a related area, including one year in a
 supervisory capacity. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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BOILER OPERATOR

SUMMARY:

The Boiler Operator is responsible for operating and maintaining boilers, chillers, and related equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts regular inspections of facilities to check gauges, turn boilers on/off, set temperatures, and treat water with chemicals.

Cleans water filters to allow unobstructed flow of water into treatment tanks and adjusts the flow of water by regulating valves. Records gauge readings, such as pressure and temperature.

Collects samples of water and performs simple chemical tests, using meters to monitor condition of water and bleeds water and gas regulators as needed.

Cleans chemical feeders, adjusts flow gauges, and fills with proper chemicals to be added into water. Checks oil and grease levels on pumps.

Performs minor maintenance on boilers and other equipment.

Changes filters, bearings, belts, and oil in various heating and cooling systems.

Cleans boiler rooms and paints boilers as needed.

Assists in the disassembling and reassembling of boilers and air conditioning equipment for inspection, cleaning, and minor maintenance.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the maintenance and operation of low pressure boilers. Ability to evaluate operating and maintenance problems with boilers and related equipment and determine solutions. Ability to perform minor maintenance on boilers and heating/air conditioning equipment.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of experience in boiler operations or a related field.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be certified as a Low Pressure Boiler Operator by the Department of Labor


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TRANSIT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Transit Operations Supervisor is responsible for the daily operations of a campus passenger transit system. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides general supervision of the work of subordinate employees by making work assignments and general instructions in compliance with established procedures.

Makes daily inspection of drivers and vehicles, coordinates bus routes and scheduling, reviews routes for potential hazards, and makes changes as necessary.

Maintains inventory of spare parts, supplies, and tools for scheduled and emergency maintenance; maintains technical manuals and parts catalogs.

Trains drivers and service personnel in accordance with established standards, and administers written and oral performance tests in preparation for state licensing.

Oversees the federally required drug and alcohol testing process and submits required reports.

Prepares specifications for supply and equipment bids and monitors warranties on equipment and repairs.

Prepares and distributes maintenance and operational documents as required to maintain a safe reliable transit system.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations regarding public transportation systems. Knowledge of transit system operational and maintenance requirements. Knowledge of rules and regulations concerning transit operations. Knowledge of safe driving techniques and practices. Ability to evaluate mechanical problems and perform minor maintenance on transit buses. Ability to coordinate the work of others and assign various work assignments.

Ability to maintain log records, prepare reports, and make recommendations to state officials regarding transit operations.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of progressively more responsible experience in transit operations, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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FABRICATION SHOP MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Fabrication Shop Manager is responsible for designing, manufacturing, and modifying various equipment and/or structures. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises of the work of subordinate employees by establishing work schedules, assigning specific duties, and reviewing work.

Performs assessments to determine types of equipment and/or structures needed, such as ramps, lights, hoists, and platforms, by evaluating the environment in which the equipment/structure will be used.

Measures work area to determine dimensions of devices or remodeling required to facilitate project completion and designs.

Develops plans and specifications for building/fabrication projects.

Creates technical drawings, reads blueprints, and consults with contractors, architects, and engineers.

Designs engineering plans which meet various required federal standards and codes and develops materials lists and cost estimates for completion of project.

Builds or oversees the building and/or installation of various devices and performs follow-up visits to ensure proper utilization, maintenance, and upkeep of equipment and/or structures.

Prepares reports to provide information concerning project completion and prepares costs estimates.

Modifies existing structures to enhance access and provide maximum utilization of the environment.

Provides consultation, interpretative services, and technical assistance to agency/institution personnel by providing information in area of expertise and coordinates work with other shop foremen.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of basic carpentry, electro-mechanical machinery, masonry, plumbing, welding, heating and air conditioning, and hydraulics. Knowledge of basic engineering practices and principles. Knowledge of design specifications and building codes and ordinances. Ability to draw and interpret blueprints. Ability to operate multi-craft equipment and machinery used in the construction of assistive devices. Ability to estimate costs, materials, manpower, time, and equipment required in the fabrication of assistive devices.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience in the construction industry or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for overall maintenance of buildings and grounds and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides supervision to subordinate carpenters, electricians, plumbers, groundskeepers, maintenance repairmen and custodial staff by establishing work schedules, assigning specific duties with detailed instructions, and reviewing work performed on a regular basis to ensure adherence to deadlines and proper procedures.

Interviews applicants and recommends the hiring, training, and performance evaluation of skilled workers such as: carpenters, electricians, plumbers, boiler operators, groundskeepers, maintenance repairmen, and custodial staff.

Participates in preventive maintenance activities and supervising structural repairs of buildings and grounds. Makes routine inspections of the heating, cooling, and electrical systems.

Develops annual preventative maintenance schedules and receives work orders and assigns to the proper shop for completion.

Coordinates the work of employees and outside contractors, including requisitioning supplies and tools, maintains inventory, as needed, and reviews completed contracted work.

Provides in-service training for employees on equipment, safety, and procedural changes.

Conducts on-site inspections to ensure quality of work, determines maintenance requirements, and complies with safety regulations.

Monitors building and grounds for public safety and security and checks safety systems such as, emergency lights, smoke alarms and fire extinguishers.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building and grounds maintenance techniques and equipment. Knowledge of inventory control techniques. Knowledge of state purchasing procedures. Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Ability to operate, maintain, and perform minor repairs on various types of electrical and mechanical equipment. Ability to conduct on-site inspections to determine compliance of work with departmental standards and regulations. Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work of lower-level supervisors, skilled, and semi-skilled workers. Ability to maintain adequate supplies and inventory records.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience in one or more skilled trades, including one year in the supervision of skilled and/or semi-skilled workers.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PRINT SHOP SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Print Shop Supervisor is responsible for printing forms, pamphlets, and other requested materials. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises work of subordinate employees, by prioritizing work assignments, establishing deadlines, providing general instructions, and reviewing the work performed to ensure technical accuracy and compliance with instructions, policies, and procedures.

Assigns and reviews print orders and allocates materials needed, ensuring requests are completed.

Inspects and performs minor preventive maintenance on printing equipment and replaces damaged or defective parts. Cleans machines, equipment, and work area.

Monitors and replenish printing supplies and prepares purchase order requisitions for needed materials.

Trains subordinates in using printing equipment and in quality standards.

Monitors printing areas and production activities to detect problems, such as mechanical breakdowns or printing malfunctions.

Manages and approves internal budgets, print production schedules, print and specifications. Designs agency forms and publications.

Oversees request for bids, customer quotations, and purchase orders for vendors.

Maintains a daily production log and prepares monthly reports on completed printing/coping jobs and total cost of materials.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of printing operations and procedures. Knowledge of form/graphic design.

Ability to plan, organize, and oversee the work of subordinates. Ability to operate and maintain printing equipment. Ability to maintain inventory and requisition supplies. Ability to design print specifications. Ability to provide technical information pertaining to printing operations and procedures.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of advanced training in printing techniques and practices; plus three years of experience in various phases of the printing trade, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SKILLED TRADESMAN

SUMMARY:

The Skilled Tradesman is responsible for the work activities in one or more of the following skilled trades: HVAC mechanical (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and painting. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

May install, maintain, repair and overhaul air conditioning systems, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems and combined heating, ventilation and cooling systems.

May assemble, install, repair, and maintain pipes, fixtures, and other plumbing equipment used for water distribution and waste water disposal in residential, commercial and industrial buildings in compliance with code regulations.

May assemble, install, test, troubleshoot, and repair electrical wiring, fixtures, control devices and related equipment in buildings and other structures.

May performs general carpentry using hand and power tools to repair and build structures using necessary materials, such as; wood, sheetrock, roofing, painting, and glass instillation.

May repair and maintain mechanical and automotive equipment, including but not limited to; engines, transmissions, fuel systems, hydraulics, braking systems, clutch repair, steering apparatus, and other maintenance as needed.

May assist other skilled tradesman to complete projects that require multiple departments to work together.

Maintains inventory on tools and parts specific to assigned trade.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the methods, practices, and safety precautions in one or more of the skilled trades. Knowledge of the accepted practices, processes, materials, and tools of the various skilled trades. Knowledge of the laws and regulations relating to one or more of the skilled trades. Ability to provide mathematical and analytical skills necessary to do material estimates for one or more of the skilled trades. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, manuals, schematics, building plans, and/or work drawings. Ability to understand verbal and written instructions. Ability to maintain inventory on needed parts and tools for one or more of the skilled trades.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus completion of required education or training along with the required license or certification in one or more of the following skilled trades listed below.

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience as a carpenter or painter.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be licensed as a Journeyman Electrician in accordance with ACA 17-28-304, Journeyman Plumber in accordance with ACA 17-38-301, or HVAC Mechanics in accordance with ACA 17-33-301.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ASU DIRECTOR OF HOUSEKEEPING

SUMMARY:

The Arkansas State University (ASU) Director of Housekeeping is responsible for directing and overseeing housekeeping activities at the university. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   Performs inspections of work sites to determine adequacy of cleanliness and needed 
   maintenance.

   Advises staff of work areas needing additional attention and informs physical plant 
   personnel of needed maintenance. 

   Answers questions and investigates complaints from users of work unit services. 

   Supervises a staff of housekeeping supervisors and custodial workers by interviewing and 
   hiring job applicants, planning and making work assignments, providing formal and on-the-
   job employee training, evaluating work performance, and handling disciplinary matters. 

   Develops cleaning techniques, specific cleaning requirements, and cleaning priorities. 

   Serves as representative to various vendors in the area of housekeeping. 

   Performs administrative duties, such as developing policies and procedures, approving 
   purchase of supplies and equipment, preparing work unit activity reports, and making 
   recommendations on budgetary needs. 

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

   Knowledge of the principles and techniques of housekeeping services. 
   Knowledge of custodial requirements, equipment and supplies. 
   Ability to supervise a housekeeping and custodial staff. 
   Ability to inspect facilities and determine custodial and maintenance needs. 
   Ability to coordinate the operation of a housekeeping department. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree in general business, management
  or a related field; plus two years of experience in institutional housekeeping or a
  related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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BUILDING AND GROUNDS COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Building and Grounds Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the operation and maintenance of buildings and grounds and providing security. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides supervisory guidance to subordinate skilled trades and unskilled staff employees performing activities such as mowing lawns, trimming and watering shrubs and flower beds, performing housekeeping and custodial duties, repairing equipment, and painting interiors of building.

Conducts needs assessments for building and grounds, recommending improvements and/or enhancements, coordinating plans for projects and continuing maintenance, and requesting needed materials/equipment.

Operates and maintains boilers, chillers, air handlers, and pumps and schedules and performs preventative maintenance on generators.

Repairs damaged equipment and furniture, inspects facilities and grounds, prepares purchase requisitions, and obtains materials for jobs.

Coordinates preventive maintenance and needed repairs with private contractors and reviews contracted work before approving.

Orders and maintains inventory of state vehicles, keys, tools, supplies, and equipment, prepares requisition forms for needed items; obtains quote bids as needed, and verifies orders to ensure accurate purchases/deliveries.

Attends conferences and training sessions to obtain information related to physical/custodial maintenance operations and provides staff with on-the job, safety, and in-service training.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building operations and maintenance procedures. Knowledge of grounds keeping practices and procedures.

Knowledge of supervisory practices and techniques. Ability to conduct on-site inspections of facilities to determine quality of building and grounds maintenance. Ability to plan work unit objectives and operational activities and to assign and direct work. Ability to maintain an adequate inventory of maintenance supplies. Ability to estimate costs, time, materials, and equipment needed in the maintenance of buildings and grounds.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six years of experience in facilities maintenance or a related field, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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CONSTRUCTION/MAINTENANCE COORD

SUMMARY:

The Construction/Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for planning and supervising remodeling, renovation, and repair projects. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the work of subordinate skilled trades worker by providing training, assigning work, providing instructions and establishing deadlines, and reviewing and evaluating incumbent performance.

Receives project assignments, writes project plans, and inspects all buildings and grounds to determine repair or replacement needs.

Estimates time and materials required for construction/maintenance and repair projects.

Obtains and processes quote bids, prepares cost estimates, schedules or estimates project completion date, monitors project budget, and prepares cost reports of projects.

Draws and interprets blueprints of architectural designs and participates with management in planning major renovation and remodeling projects.

Inspects work at job site prior to construction to determine progress, note problems or deficiencies, recommend changes, write specifications. Obtains cost quotes for construction changes and submit to upper level management.

Provides technical assistance and gives instructions to architects, engineers, and job supervisor to correct problems.

Verifies and inspects materials, equipment, and tools delivered to job site to ensure conformance with specifications.

Maintains a log on all completed projects, contractors, blueprints, repairs or replacement invoices, and inspection reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the supervisory practices and procedures. Knowledge of building construction techniques, materials, and costs. Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinates skilled trade workers. Ability to conduct inspections of buildings to determine quality and progress of on-going operations. Ability to draw and interpret blueprints and building specifications.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience in the construction industry, including one year in a supervisory or leadership capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PRINT SHOP MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Print Shop Manager is responsible for the daily management and operations of a print shop. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides general supervision of subordinate employees by prioritizing work assignments, establishing deadlines, providing general instructions, and reviewing the work performed.

Manages all operation areas in the print shop on a daily basis, plans and directs subordinates with printing and copying functions.

Assists with trouble shooting on print shop equipment failure and contacts manufactures in reference to equipment failure.

Plans and manages the print shop activities budget and develops goals and objectives for the shop.

Consults with customers, monitors work in progress, and ensures that quality controls are in place and maintained.

Prepares bid specifications for printing and manages purchasing activities for the print shop.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the equipment, supplies, processes, and skills involved in the printing of text. Knowledge of cost of procedures involved in controlling a cost recovery operation. Knowledge of work flow analysis and job structuring theories and technique. Knowledge of supervisory techniques and practices. Ability to organize the work activities of subordinate employees. Ability to conduct quality examinations of work products and scheduled output. Ability to follow oral and written directions and specifications.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor


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SKILLED TRADES SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Skilled Trades Supervisor is responsible for overseeing skilled tradesmen in one or more of the following skilled trades: HVAC mechanical (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and painting. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and monitors the work activities of subordinates by planning and establishing specific duties for one or more of the skilled trade areas.

Inspects the work of subordinates to determine that standards are being maintained in accordance to standard trade practices.

Maintains records of projects by tracking materials needed/used, equipment, tools, and labor requirements. Requisitions materials and supplies, such as tools, equipment, and replacement parts.

May determine schedules and assignments for work activities based on priority, deadlines, quantity of equipment, and skill of subordinates.

May read and interpret blueprints, manuals, schematics, building plans, and/or work drawings for one or more of the skilled trades.

May calculate estimates and actual costs of materials, labor, and/or outside contractors.

May process work orders assigned to one or more of the skilled trades.

May assist in the training of apprentice tradesmen for one or more of the skilled trades.

May coordinate work activities with other skilled trades working on renovation and/or construction projects.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of policy and procedures, laws, and regulations relating to one or more of the skilled trades Knowledge of licensure and certification required for one or more of the skilled trades. Knowledge of the methods, practices, and safety precautions in one or more of the skilled trades. Knowledge of the standard practices, processes, materials, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of buildings and equipment. Knowledge of materials, methods, and tools involved in the maintenance, repair, and/or construction of buildings or other structures. Ability to calculate time, materials, and labor needed for projects. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, manuals, schematics, building plans, and drawings for one or more of the skilled trades. Ability to communicate information and ideas in various environments.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus completion of required education or training along with the required license or certification in one or more of the applicable skilled trades listed below: plus one year of experience in the skilled trade area listed below, including six months in a leadership capacity.

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six years of experience as a carpenter or painter, including six months in a leadership capacity.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be licensed as a Journeyman Electrician in accordance with ACA 17-28-304, Journeyman Plumber in accordance with ACA 17-38-301, or HVAC Mechanics in accordance with ACA 17-33-301.

Additional requirements determined by the institution for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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AVIATION TECHNICIAN

SUMMARY:

The Aviation Technician is responsible for the general maintenance, repair and inspection of airplanes used in the aviation program. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs scheduled and unscheduled aircraft safety inspections and maintenance in accordance with applicable Federal Aviation Administration regulations and aircraft manufacturer’s instructions.

Repairs and overhauls engines, installs aircraft equipment, and make, modifications as needed.

Assist students, faculty, and pilots in pre-and post-flight procedures to ensure aircraft safety and security measures.

Performs tests on equipment such as flight instruments, landing gear, hydraulic systems, and flight control systems.

Orders and maintains aviation supplies such as fuels, parts, and tools.

Maintains log books of repairs and other maintenance documents and records; submits required reports to aviation authorities.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of federal aviation administration laws and regulations. Knowledge of aircraft preventive maintenance methods, repair practices, safety requirements and inspection procedures. Knowledge of aircraft maintenance regulations. Knowledge of flying procedures and navigational techniques. Ability to maintain and repair aircraft engines, airframes and aircraft systems. Ability to conduct safety inspections of aircraft. Ability to maintain aircraft maintenance logs and prepare reports. Ability to pilot a single engine aircraft.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of specialized training in aviation maintenance technology or a related field; plus three years of experience in aviation maintenance, aviation mechanics or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, scheduling, and reporting activities associated with completing maintenance work orders. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Develops and maintains preventative maintenance programs based on the life cycle of each building unit.

Inspects buildings needing repairs to assess problems and to determine status, materials, and man-hour requirements.

Determines whether repairs should be made in-house or contracted out based on the estimated size and duration of the project.

Estimates repair, replacement, or renovation costs, confers with purchasing agent and others on fund availability, and advises agency management on project priorities.

Writes specifications or coordinates the writing of specifications for equipment and materials needed for maintenance and repair projects.

Advises consulting engineers and architects on the nature, history, and specifications for major repair projects.

Verifies the quality of workmanship and conformance to specifications of contracted installations and repairs by performing periodic inspections.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building and equipment maintenance requirements and procedures. Knowledge of building repair, maintenance, materials, and costs. Ability to estimate costs, materials, manpower, time, and equipment required in the repair and maintenance of buildings. Ability to conduct on-site inspections of facilities to determine compliance with specifications. Ability to plan maintenance programs and prepare work order schedules. Ability to maintain records and files.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six years of experience involving facilities maintenance and repair or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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SKILLED TRADES FOREMAN

SUMMARY:

The Skilled Trades Foreman is responsible for overseeing all areas of one or more of the following skilled trade(s): HVAC mechanical (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning), plumbing, electrical, carpentry and painting. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises all areas of one or more of the skilled trades by evaluating overall work performance of subordinates.

Receives work orders and determines priority of services, repairs, installation, and/or construction by prioritizing requested assignments and establishing deadlines.

Prioritizes work assignments, establishes deadlines, and evaluates work performance to ensure adherence to standard trade practices.

Examines facilities to determine needed services, such as repairs, installations, and/or construction.

Maintains records of projects by tracking materials needed and used, equipment, tools, and labor requirements. Requisitions materials and supplies, such as tools, equipment and replacement parts.

Reads and interprets blueprints, manuals, schematics, building plans, and/or work drawings for one or more of the skilled trades.

May coordinate and schedule work assignments with one or more of the skilled trades in order to complete services, repairs, installations, and/or construction.

May participate in the preparation and monitoring of the budget for one or more of the skilled trades by compiling and submitting projections; monitors expenditures through a review and approval of requisitions and financial reports.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the principles, practices, methods, and safety precautions in one or more of the skilled trades. Knowledge of the laws, regulations, and codes relating to one or more of the skilled trades. Knowledge of management and supervisory principles and techniques. Knowledge of the state budgetary process. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, manuals, schematics, building plans, and/or work drawings. Ability to supervise skilled trades workers and/or supervisors. Ability to plan and coordinate all phases of service, repairs, installation, and/or construction projects in one or more of the skilled trades.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus completion of required education or training along with the required license or certification in one or more of the applicable skilled trades listed below; plus two years of experience in the skilled trade area listed below, including one year in a leadership capacity.

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus seven years of experience as a carpenter or painter, including one year in a leadership capacity.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

Must be licensed as a Journeyman Electrician in accordance with ACA 17-28-304, Journeyman Plumber in accordance with ACA 17-38-301, or HVAC Mechanics in accordance with ACA 17-33-301.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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RESTAURANT MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Restaurant Manager is responsible for the overall management of a food service facility. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides daily supervision of skilled and unskilled food service workers, oversees food quality, and ensures customer service standards are met.

Inspects facility for cleanliness, safety, and maintenance needs, and coordinates requests for repairs.

Establishes and justifies the restaurant budget, authorizes expenditures, monitors spending, and maintains proper food and labor cost.

Conducts menu planning, assists in the preparation of food orders, and oversees temperature control, portion control, presentation, and food rotation.

Manages inventory by checking on storage procedures, rotating supplies, and altering menu to cut down on food waste.

Meets with special groups or other departments to coordinate special activities or accommodations, handles customer complaints, and offers special assistance.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of food service techniques, procedures, and safety concerns. Knowledge of laws, regulations, or standards governing food preparation and storage. Knowledge of state procurement laws and policies. Ability to perform comparative food shopping and ordering. Ability to train employees in a multitude of job tasks related to food service or kitchen sanitation. Ability to prepare menu items, cook on the line, and set up a buffet, if necessary. Ability to provide information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates in verbal and written formats.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal educational equivalent of a high school diploma; plus five years of experience in restaurant management or a related field, including two years of cooking experience and two years in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ASU ASST DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL PLANT

SUMMARY:

The Arkansas State University (ASU) Assistant Director of Physical Plant is responsible for the maintenance of university structures and their maintenance systems. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a staff of skilled and semi-skilled supervisors by interviewing and hiring job applicants, planning and scheduling work assignments, providing employee training, evaluating work performance, and handling job related problems.

  Itemizes and allocates supplies and reviews and inspects job projects. 

  Communicates with campus personnel on job status and scheduling and makes revisions, 
  as necessary. 

  Conducts meetings with supervisors to review job projects and provides technical  
  assistance, as needed. 

  Reviews and implements safety and training programs in skilled and semi-skilled trade 
  areas. 

  Inspects equipment to determine maintenance and repair needs and prepares and 
  schedules capital expenditure outlay plans on university fleet and staff vehicles. 

  Develops and implements departmental procedures and accounts for capital expenditures 
  and commodities for use and production. 

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

   Knowledge of the methods and practices used in the operation and maintenance of a 
   physical plant. 
   Knowledge of quality and costs of building materials and equipment. 
   Ability to plan, organize, and supervise the activities of craft shops. 
   Ability to inspect job sites to ensure compliance with work requests or specifications. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree in industrial management,
  engineering or a related field; plus two years of experience in plant or facility maintenance or 
  a related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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CAMPUS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

SUMMARY:

The Campus Maintenance Supervisor is responsible for overseeing maintenance activities performed by skilled and semi-skilled workers. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a medium to large-sized staff of skilled and semi-skilled workers by interviewing, submitting recommendations for hiring, handling employee-related problems and disciplinary matters, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Plans and prepares work schedules for skilled and semi-skilled workers, such as carpenters, electricians, plumbers, boiler operators, groundskeepers, maintenance repairmen, and custodial staff.

Inspects buildings, equipment, and grounds to determine needed maintenance.

Monitors jobs in progress and inspects completed projects for compliance to acceptable standards.

Handles complaints received from building area, such as room temperatures, equipment breakdown, partially cleaned offices, and unsafe facilities.

Maintains and compiles information, such as inventory of equipment and supplies, job status reports, and budget documentation.

Attends staff meetings with agency/institution departmental personnel and makes recommendations on new policies and/or procedures.

Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL JOB DIMENSIONS:

Occasional exposure to noise, dirt, and hazards while at construction sites is required.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the methods and techniques of building, equipment, and grounds maintenance. Ability to plan and schedule work activities of skilled and semi-skilled workers. Ability to determine building, equipment and grounds maintenance needs. Ability to maintain records and compile information for reports.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six years of experience in maintenance activities or related area, including one year in a supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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ASU ASSOC DIR PHYSICAL PLANT

SUMMARY:

The Arkansas State University (ASU) Associate Director of Physical Plant is responsible for assisting the director in the overall direction and management of the department. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   Meets with campus department heads concerning work project status and resolves 
   problems generated during construction phases. 

   Assists director in preparing and monitoring the physical plant operating budgets. 

   Reviews plans and specifications on new construction, renovation projects, and submittals
   for materials. 

   Reviews and approves material purchase orders and requisitions. 

   Consult with engineers and contractors on feasibility studies on new construction and 
   renovation projects. 

   Prepares bids and approves and monitors service contracts. 

   Prepares reports and makes recommendations for new methods of personnel changes to 
   expedite work flow to improve department efficiency. 

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

  Knowledge of principles and practices of construction engineering. 
  Knowledge of quality and costs of building material and labor. 
  Knowledge of principles, practices, and objectives of preventive maintenance. 
  Knowledge of budgetary practices and procedures. 
  Ability to formulate and interpret policy and procedures to meet organizational goals and
  objectives. 
  Ability to analyze cost maintenance and engineering feasibility data, to evaluate projects 
  and determine future needs. 
  Ability to read, interpret and evaluate plans, specifications, and other technical reports. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree with a major in industrial
  management, industrial technology, or related field; plus three years of progressively more
  responsible experience in plant maintenance operations, including two years in a
  managerial capacity. 

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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MAINTENANCE MANAGER

SUMMARY:

The Maintenance Manager is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of buildings, grounds, and equipment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides supervisory guidance to a subordinate skilled trades staff by assigning work orders, establishing work plans and deadlines, making staff assignments, and ensuring achievement of project goals.

Oversees activities related to maintenance functions, including special projects under budgetary constraints, and monitors maintenance operations budget.

Inspects buildings, grounds, and equipment, to determine needs, and conducts research, to identify standards, and submits information for bids.

Writes specifications for new construction, remodeling projects, and the repair and purchase of equipment.

Maintains files and prepares reports on work orders, completed projects, work in progress, purchases, public workers, and service calls.

Selects companies for new construction and remodeling projects from bidders and coordinates and monitors projects until completion.

Directs activities of in-house construction projects.

Serves on various policy and safety committees ensuring all inspections are in compliance.

Coordinates and maintains preventative maintenance program by scheduling and performing systematic inspection of buildings and equipment.

   Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of building maintenance and evaluation procedures. Knowledge of building materials and maintenance costs. Knowledge of supervisory practices and principles. Ability to conduct on-site inspections of buildings to determine quality of maintenance and condition of physical structure. Ability to supervise a subordinate skilled trades staff. Ability to estimate costs, time, materials, manpower, and equipment needed in the maintenance and repair of buildings. Ability to prepare detailed written reports.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus six years of experience in the building trades, or related area, including two years in a managerial or supervisory capacity.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT

SUMMARY:

The Human Resources Assistant is responsible for performing activities related to human resources such as payroll, recruitment, personnel action forms, benefits, and employee orientation. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains current and former employee files in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations.

Conducts pre-employment background checks, including but not limited to reference checks and criminal background checks.

Assists employees with benefit issues, provides insurance updates to supervisor and notifications to employees; may processes all insurance benefits transactions.

Performs data entry into appropriate databases; prints payroll records as required.

Responsible for maintaining a current centrally located employee bulletin board with employee posting requirements. May print and distribute updates to field offices.

Prepares job postings for vacancies; processes employment applications and documents and prepares them for qualification review; assembles hiring packets in compliance with hiring procedures and forwards to hiring supervisor for the interview process; schedules applicants for interviews.

Assists employees with basic questions about benefits, FMLA, Workers’ Compensation, and other human resources/policy issues. Refers complex questions to supervisors.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources. Ability to prepare and maintain accurate records. Ability to prepare, present, and review oral and written information and documents. Ability to interpret and apply state and agency/institution policies and procedures governing human resources. Ability to communicate with a diverse group of employees. Ability to maintain confidentiality in all matters. Ability to work in a technological environment demonstrating proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, and data base applications.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of human resources related experience.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST

SUMMARY:

The Human Resources Specialist is responsible for performing human resources related activities such as recruitment, interviewing, and orientation; monitoring and providing oversight and correction to processes related to area of assignment. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Analyzes and evaluates employment applications received from internal and external applicants to determine if applicants meet minimum qualifications.

Participates in pre-employment interview panels to assist with personnel issues and make certain that proper procedures are followed. Prepares and coordinates the flow of appropriate paperwork for each interviewee.

Conducts pre-employment background checks, including but not limited to reference checks, criminal history background checks, and drug testing.

Orients new employees by explaining policies and procedures, obtaining required employee information, and advising employees of benefits packages.

Conducts exit interviews with terminating employees and informs them of COBRA coverage.

Provides information to or counsels employees on various personnel issues such as benefits, grievance procedures, leave accrual and usage, wage garnishments, workers’ compensation, and labor standards.

Responsible for maintaining a current centrally located employee bulletin board with all Department of Labor required information.

Prepares spreadsheets and databases to track employee related information.

Prepares and submits various bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual personnel reports on employee status including new hires, terminations, transfers, promotions, worker’s compensation claims, salary, and leave accrual/usage.

Responds to inquiries and provides information on state and federal policy to management and staff.

Provides basic training to educate personnel on new systems, policies, and procedures.

Monitors and provides technical direction by assisting, advising, and correcting personnel actions keyed into human resources databases.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). Knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources. Ability to prepare, present, and review oral and written information and documents. Ability to interpret and apply state and agency/institution policies and procedures governing human resources. Ability to communicate with a diverse group of employees. Ability to analyze data and prepare reports. Ability to work in a technological environment demonstrating proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, and data base applications.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The educational equivalent of a high school diploma; plus three years of human resources related experience.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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PERSONNEL ASSISTANT II - INST

SUMMARY:

The Personnel Assistant II


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BENEFITS ANALYST

SUMMARY:

The Benefits Analyst is responsible for developing, implementing, and analyzing employment benefits. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Interprets laws, rules, and policies concerning benefits and retirement systems; provides advice based on interpretations.

Provides a variety of technical information from which employees and members may make responsible decisions concerning their benefits and retirement plans.

Researches data system to provide information to employees and members on the status of their account.

Presents benefits open enrollment meetings and retirement workshops.

Computes annuity benefits utilizing years of service and compensation factors.

Authorizes payroll deductions to make benefits payments.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of employee benefit programs and eligibility requirements. Knowledge of computer programs. Ability to interpret and apply the provisions of laws, regulations, and policies to specific situations. Ability to prepare and present written and oral information and reports.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in human resources, public administration, or a related field.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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HUMAN RESOURCES PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE

SUMMARY:

The Human Resources Program Representative is responsible for developing, implementing, and analyzing department program goals and objectives related to human resources areas. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Analyzes and evaluates employment applications received from internal and external applicants to determine if applicants meet minimum qualifications.

Analyzes and evaluates job vacancy requisition requests to ensure requests are accurate and adhere to policy and guidelines. Prepares and posts the job vacancy requisitions to the internet weekly and distributes list to proper personnel via email. Coordinates resolution of departmental and statewide recruiting system problems and issues.

Assists in the analysis and creation of policies involving the job posting and application process, selection process, procedures and service delivery.

Coordinates all aspects of the grievance process from submission to final decision.

Maintains files and logs for workers’ compensation injury claims. Gathers initial information and submits packet to the Public Employee Claims Division for compensability determination and the provision of benefits. Compiles workers


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INSTITUTION HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR

SUMMARY:

The Institution Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the implementation and maintenance of human resources functions or systems. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises a small to medium sized professional and administrative support staff by interviewing, recommending for hire, training, assigning and reviewing work, and evaluating the performance of incumbents.

Oversees and coordinates personnel related functions, including grievance procedures, benefits programs, selection processes, leaves of absence policies, and classification and compensation guidelines.

Participates in hiring process by advertising vacancies, recruiting applicants, and reviewing applications to determine if the applicant meets minimum qualifications.

Develops methods, guidelines, and procedures for assessing the qualifications of applicants for agency/institution jobs. Researches legislation and revises and develops agency policies and procedures.

Maintains active file of applicants and responds to inquiry concerning job vacancies. Designs and presents group training programs and provides individual consultations on applicant minimum qualifications assessments and benchmark grouping procedures.

Orients new employees by explaining agency policy and procedures and obtaining required employee information. Advises employees of benefits package.

Maintains attendance and leave records ensuring accrual and leave calculations are accurate and timekeeping entries are valid. Ensures legal compliance of federal and state personnel related laws.

Maintains performance evaluation system by tracking increase eligibility dates and ensuring compliance with performance evaluation system procedures. Reviews completed performance evaluations. Coordinates and reviews budgets, as assigned, and makes recommendations on reclassifications and other personnel issues that impact proposed salaries.

Provides technical assistance to personnel by explaining procedures, updating policies, coordinating training, and serving on various committees.

Performs other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES, AND SKILLS:

Knowledge of supervisory practices and techniques. Knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources management. Knowledge of state and federal FLSA and other personnel laws, policies, and procedures. Knowledge of organizational management, payroll, benefits, and budget processes. Ability to interview and extract information from application. Ability to analyze information and recommend appropriate action. Ability to plan and perform organizational analysis and feasibility studies. Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of others. Ability to prepare and present oral and written information and reports.?????

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, or a related field; plus one year of experience in human resources or a related area.

Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Arkansas Division of Higher Education.

OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.


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EEO/GRIEVANCE OFFICER

SUMMARY:

The Equal Employment Opportunity/Grievance Officer is responsible for ensuring non- discriminatory employee hiring and promotion practices and assisting in the resolution of grievances. This position is governed by state and federal laws and institution policy.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Researches current workforce availability and determines employment status of protected classes to detect areas of under-utilization and reports trends to proper authority.

Oversees the current affirmative action programs to ensure compliance with the state


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