The City is accepting applications for the following Part-time/Permanent Position:
JOB TITLE: Gaming Auditor SALARY: $17.00-$20.00/hr. D.O.E
JOB DESCRIPTION: Under direct supervision of the Mayor, Gaming Auditor is responsible for the day-to-day operation of City gaming programs, including financial accounting, accuracy and accountability, staff training and supervision, and reporting requirements of the State and the City of Sand Point.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Insure financial integrity and accountability of gaming programs.
• Directly supervise all gaming program employees.
• Develop and maintain policy manual for gaming activities.
• Reconcile inventory on a regular and on-going basis.
• Handle cash transactions.
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• High school diploma or equivalent (college preferred).
• Excellent computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
• Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
• Knowledge of general account principals including accounts receivable, payroll, taxation,
report preparation, ect.
• Enthusiasm for the work required and the ability to occasionally work after normal business
The position of City Clerk is now open for applicants. This position will report directly to the Mayor and the City Council. Pay is dependent upon experience but will include benefits. All interested individuals should submit an application to the city office. Give them a call at 383 2696 for more details!
Pacific Pile and Marine is looking for two people to do observation for Stellar Eiders, Sea Otters and Stellar Sea Lions during the construction of the boat harbor.
Both positions are on an as needed basis and will pay either $20 or $25 an hour. If you are interested please submit a resume to the City Clerks office.
The AEBSD has an open position opening for Executive Secretary!
The salary range is $44,000-$48,000
-Requirements will be a high school diploma
-Typing 40 WPM
-Microsoft Software Skills
-Alaska Drivers License
Closing date is July 5, 2013.
Apply at the Aleutians East Borough School District or call (907)383-5222Impor001
This Friday at the QTT Community Center there will be a FREE and FUN family night. Coloring, games, reading and refreshments will all be featured so bring your kids and enjoy a good night of entertainment.
Volunteers are welcomed and children under 5 WILL NEED adult supervision.
Questions? Call Alice or Lisa at the Pauloff Harbor Tribe: 383-2487
The City of Sand Point is accepting applications for the following
part-time temporary position:
POSITION: Safe Routes to School Task Force Coordinator
Temporary, up to 200 hours within 1 year.
SALARY: DOE (Depending on Experience)
DEADLINE: Open Until Filled
The Sand Point Police Department is seeking an individual to serve as the coordinator of a Safe Routes to School project. Safe Routes to School is a national program designed to encourage children to be more active by walking and bicycling to school safely. This solicitation is for a temporary coordinator to oversee grant funded activities. Duties will include assuring local compliance with state program guidelines, helping to create and coordinate the activities of a volunteer community taskforce, preparing correspondence, taking minutes of meetings, and preparing a written report of task force findings and recommendations. The coordinator will also be responsible for coordinating safety training events or activities and such other Safe Routes to School duties as may be assigned by the Chief of Police. It is estimated that these tasks will involve about approximately 200 hours of labor over a period not to exceed one year. Scheduling can be flexible if prearranged with the Chief of Police. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
For a copy of the job description, a copy of the job application or for more information, contact:
Sand Point Police Department at 383-3700 or sppdadmin [at] arctic [dot] net
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE AND ALL EMPLOYEES MAY BE REQUIRED TO TAKE A DRUG TEST.
A position is open for the AFN Vice President.
The requirements are:
-Bachelors Degree and four years managerial experience.
-Working knowledge of ANCSA regional, non-profit corporations and Alaska tribal issues.
-Ability to work with minimal supervision and discretion in working with staff and public.
Duties and Responsibilities:
-Recommending budgets, programs, policies and procedures to President for the Board of Directors.
-Represents the corporation on boards and commissions.
-Motivation and supervising support staff
-Other various assignments
Please submit your resume or letter of interest to:
Julie Kitka, President
Alaska Federation of Natives
907 274 3611
nevakitka [at] aol [dot] com
Position: Environmental Coordinator Assistant
Status: EXEMPT: Part-time (20 hours per week)
Compensation: $14.39/hour Plus Limited Fringe Benefits/DOE
Duration: This position is funded by an Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA) grant under the Indian General Assistance Program, (IGAP) and continuation of this position is dependent upon adequate funding and the needs of the Tribe.
Supervision: GAP Environmental Coordinator and/or Tribal Administrator
Job Description: The Environmental Coordinator Assistant works under the direction and supervision of the GAP Environmental Coordinator/or Tribal Administrator and is responsible for assisting the Tribal Environmental Coordinator to meet the goals and objectives of IGAP. The Assistant will be assisting in the completion of the work plan included in the EPA/GAP grant proposal submitted by the Pauloff Harbor Tribe.
Responsibilities and Duties:
*Record Minutes from Advisory Meetings
*Assist Coordinator to establish the Environmental Program according to the work plan
*Assist Coordinator in an Environmental Training/Education Program for the Tribe
*Answer incoming telephone calls, record and distribute messages
*General operations and maintenance of office machines and equipment
*Typing, filing, research and other duties as assigned.
*Recycling Center operations
*All other duties assigned
Required Knowledge and Skills:
*Ability to Travel
*Knowledge of Tribal Council and/or how they function
Native Preference: Consistent with P.L. 93-638, as amended, and the regulations the EPA/IGAP, Pauloff Harbor Tribal Council will exercise the Native Preference in recruiting and hiring for this position.
To Apply: Send resume, or completed application to the Pauloff Harbor Tribe, P.O. Box 97, Sand Point, AK 99661. Applications are available at the Pauloff Harbor Tribal Office, Room 7 & 8, in the Sand Point Municipal Building, and on the Pauloff Harbor Tribe’s Bulletin Board. Position open until filled.
The City of Sand Point is accepting applications for the following full-time, permanent position:
POSITION: Water & Wastewater Operator
DEADLINE: Open until filled
General Position Summary and Responsibilities
Under the direction of the Water & Sewer Director & Public Works Director, the Water/Sewer Operator assumes full responsibility and authority of the city-owned water and wastewater systems – this includes the planning, coordinating and implementation of all activities of the water and wastewater programs and infrastructure. In addition, this position has primary responsibility for all repair and maintenance needs of the city water and wastewater infrastructure.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Oversees the required testing to ensure safe drinking water for the community.
- Insures the proper backwash of filters and insures maintenance of other related equipment in the water and wastewater plant as required.
- Maintains logs, reports and records of the water and wastewater treatment operations.
- Assists and oversees that pipes, lines, pumps, filters, hypochlorinators, meters and other related equipment associated with the operations of the water and wastewater treatment facilities are in accurate operable condition.
- Insures the submission of required water samples to a test laboratory as required by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).
- Is knowledgeable of and adheres to the Occupational Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) regulations, practices and procedures as they pertain to water and wastewater operations.
- Assists in the public education on water consumption (excessive) and related water and wastewater issues.
8. Assists with developing departmental plans, goals and objectives.
9. Assists the Public Works Department as required.
10. Works independently when appropriate and/or required to do so.
11. Responds to routine and/or emergency calls for assistance from the Mayor, City Administrator, Public Works Director, citizens and others.
12. Establishes and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with other employees, external agencies, and the public.
13. Performs other duties as assigned by the Mayor, City Administrator or Public Works Director.
14. This position may require overtime hours. Department heads may schedule overtime or extra shifts when necessary. Employee may not work overtime without the prior approval of their supervisor.
15. Basic computer skills.
16. Must be able to lift 70 lbs.
Knowledge, Skills and Qualifications
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- In employee first year, must travel and attend training for Water Distribution Provisional required by State of Alaska, DEC, to become an operator, Alaska Certified in Water/Wastewater. Each and every year, travel & training is required.
- Mathematical ability to perform required testing.
- Knowledge of pumps and meters.
- Valid Alaska Drivers License and good driving record.
- Oral and written communications skills.
- Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy
1. First aide and CPR training w/certification
If interested, please contact Jade Cromer, City Clerk at 383-2696 or by e-mail at sptcity [at] arcitc [dot] net.
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE ALL EMPLOYEES ARE REQUIRED TO TAKE A MANDATORY DRUG TEST.
Complete PDF of AEBSD’s “Request for Proposal Grant Writing Services” can be downloaded here:
Introduction: The Aleutians East Borough School District [AEBSD] is seeking proposals for vendor services to be rendered for grant writing to garner funds from new sources to advance the District in pursuit of its ongoing mission. AEBSD will be contracting on a grant-by-grant proposal basis.
Point of Contact:
All questions regarding RFP design and submission may be directed to Tim Stathis, School Superintendent at: tstathis [at] aebsd [dot] org or by phone to 383-5222 x1.
Submission Closing Date:
First Review Submission
All proposals must be received either by e-mail, Fax, or mail no later than 5PM on January 18, 2013.
Grant Writing Services
AEBSD is inviting Requests for Proposals [RFP] for Grant Writing Services.
A full explanation and details of the process and timelines is attached.
Copies of these details are available at:
www.aebsd.org (menu: Our District/Employment),
or upon request, through email. Send request to tstathis [at] aebsd [dot] org
Copies may also be picked up at the AEBSD Office
Listed: December 21, 2012
First Review submission due: January 18, 2013
Position: Special Education Coordinator
Location: District Wide
Alaska Type A Certification, Special Services District-wide. – Minimum 5 years experience as a full-time Special Education Teacher – Willingness and ability to travel up to 10 school days of every month during the school year – Knowledge of Federal and State Special Education Compliance Laws – Excellent team-building skills – Good employment references.
a] Coordinate all Special Education Services District-wide.
b] Travel to District Schools to advance collaborative efforts of services being provided to Special Education needs.
c] Research and coordinate implementation of new materials and methodolgies for meeting student special needs.
d] Lead conferences via VTC with Principals, Special Education Teachers, Specialists, Classroom Teachers, and parents regarding student services.
e] Review compliance with Special Education Department laws and responsibilities.
f] Other administrative duties as assigned.
Employment Term: January 9th, 2013 to June 30th, 2013
Salary: $40,000 [Based on 130 day contract]
Benefits: Health Insurance as afforded all AEBSD certificated contracted employees
Leave: 15 days Annual Leave
Travel Provisions: Per diem for meals will be provided when Coordinator is traveling off local site. Lodging, where available, will be paid by the District. Lodging is also available at local AEBSD Schools.
Application Closing Date: 5PM December 31st, 2012
Contact Tim Stathis, Superintendent, to apply or for further information.
Position: Instructional Aide (Regular Classroom)
Location: Sand Point School
18 years of age or older
Good employment references
Promptness and reliability
Works well with children
Interested in child growth and development
Works well with a team of dedicated professionals
The classroom aide will work to assist classroom teachers in providing quality education. Duties may include, but may not be limited to: instruction under the direction of a certificated teacher, organizing daily lessons, correcting papers, and participating in screening and student assessment. The Aide must work successfully with children, communicate with parents in parental visits to school, direct and be capable of maintaining control of students in order to help promote an effective educational environment.
Terms of Employment: Range IV, $14.01 to $17.20 per hour, DOE. 30 hours per week.
Application Closing Date: 5PM November 26th, 2012
Contact: Principal, Ralph Lindquist
An application can be obtained from the Sand Point School or the AEBSD Office.
City of Sand Point
P.O. Box 249
Sand Point, Alaska 99661
The City of Sand Point is Accepting Applications for the Following Position:
POSITION: Full-time 911 Dispatcher
SALARY: $800.00 per month
HOURS: 8 hours / 7 days a week (4 PM-Midnight)
STARTING DATE: Immediately!
This position works in coordination with the other 911 dispatchers, and the Public Safety Department.
*THIS POSITION WILL BE OPEN UNTIL FILLED*
The City of Sand Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply
All Employees are required to take a Mandatory Drug Test.
The City of Sand Point is a Drug Free Work Place.
JOB TITLE: Animal Control Officer
STATUS: Part-time, Permanent Position
SALARY: $16.90/hr (Range 16, Step A) D.O.E.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Patrols and apprehends loose dogs found roaming throughout the community, provides for the proper and humane care of sheltered animals, sells and keeps accurate records of dog license ownership per city code, keeps the animal shelter clean, sanitary and safe at all time, assists with veterinary care during scheduled visits to community by licensed veterinarian and much more. See complete job description at the city office.
Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent. Valid driver’s license with a good driving record. In good physical condition and have the ability to lift 70 pounds.
How to Apply: Submit resumes and/or applications to the City Office. Contact the City Clerk at 383-2696 for a complete job description and application. Office Hours: Monday-Friday; 8:30 AM- 4:30 PM.
POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED