An Administrative Specialist maintains all case/incident reports and other files for the department, enters data, prepares paperwork, processes gun permits, serves as a transcriptionist, and maintains access to information regarding the status of suspects, vehicles and property. In addition, the Administrative Specialist serves as a receptionist for the department, greeting visitors and accepting payment for reports; as an initial contact to the department, the Administrative Specialist must be able to respond to complaints and requests for information.
Drive container truck to and from landfills, operate Biosolids processing equipment, adjust chemical plus solids feed rates and also perform calculations to confirm process efficiency. Operate other duties as needed.
The Secretary provides administrative and investigative support to the staff and Commissioners of the Human Rights Commission. The Secretary provides secretarial support for the Director and Deputy Director as needed. He or she will support the efforts of the Human Rights Commission to ensure the equal opportunity and treatment for all citizens of Columbus in accordance with the local Ordinance.
A Kennel Assistant provides humane care and treatment to animals housed at the Columbus Animal Care Services Center; is responsible for operating and maintaining the facility on a daily basis including cleaning, proper feeding of animals, minor maintenance, intake of fines and fees, preparation of paperwork, and entering of data.
Perform routine maintenance, be able to use hand tools, meters and equipment, work in inclement weather, general grounds maintenance and care (mowing, trimming, sweeping and all types of grounds care and surrounding landscape),
sweeps sidewalks and parking lots, shovels snow from walkways to insure safety, plumbing repair.
Coordinates and supervises routine tasks involved with the repair, construction, and preventive maintenance of sanitary sewers and lift stations, or related structures. Performs other miscellaneous duties as required, or assigned, including mechanical maintenance of fleet vehicles and other equipment. Must understand and follow IOSHA safety regulations such as, but not limited to, confined space entry and traffic regulations and controls.
The MPO Director serves as the administrator of the Columbus Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO). The MPO Director is primarily responsible for the continuous, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process for the CAMPO metropolitan planning area (in accordance with the requirements set forth in 23 CFR 450). The core responsiblilites of this position include maintaining the 25-year Transportation Plan (updated every 5 years), maintaining and updating the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), preparing an annual Statement of Work, and conducting planning activities in line with the annual Statement of Work.
Meter reading, repair of water main breaks and other water leaks. Replace fire hydrants and water meters. Works on two-man crew and performs jobs with other two-man crews.