Employment Opportunities 

Management Assistant/Information Analyst - The Baker City Public Works Department is seeking a self-motivated, organized professional for the position of Management Assistant/Information Analyst.  As support staff to the Director and Supervisors, performs a variety of routine and complex clerical and secretarial work, coordinating projects as assigned, keeping official records, and providing administrative support to the Director and other Supervisors as necessary.  This position is required to work cooperatively in a team-oriented environment, assisting other personnel and/or departments as necessary.

As Information Analyst has the responsibility for analyzing department budgetary, compliance, project or other data as requested by the Director or Supervisors and preparing appropriate spreadsheets, reports or graphs.

Applicants must have two years’ experience in office and secretarial work; training in secretarial and office practices and personal computers; proficient in Microsoft Office, or any equivalent combination of related education and experience. Applicant must be able to pass typing test at 50 wpm net.  Bachelor of Business Administration preferred.  Full-time: 40 hours per week. 

Salary: $3,000-$3,511 per month DOQ. This is a non-union benefited position.

Apply: Position closes September 28, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. To apply return an application to Julie Smith, Human Resource Manager, at juliesmith@bakercity.com, through mail PO Box 650 Baker City, OR 97814 or in person at City Hall, Suite 205 1655 1st Street Baker City, OR 97814.   

Lateral Patrol Officer - Characteristics:  Works on rotating shifts to perform patrol and/or investigation work to serve public, enforce laws, prevent crime, and protect life and property, in accordance with departmental policies and procedures.  See attached job description for complete listing of duties.

Salary Range: $4,277-$4,820/month plus a 3% intermediate or 5% advanced certificate pay incentive and1% ORPAT incentive; longevity pay incentives available as well.  Lateral candidates may be placed in the salary range D.O.E. In addition, vision, dental and medical insurance and retirement are added benefits.

Minimum qualifications: Meet all DPSST standard minimum qualifications for police officer.  Must possess basic certification from DPSST or certified in current State and successfully passed a field training evaluation program; pass a complete background check and psychological exam.  Must be at least 21 years of age.

How to apply/questions: Complete the lateral patrol officer application packet and return to Julie Smith, Human Resource Manager, Baker City Hall, 1655 First Street, PO Box 650, Baker City, OR 97814, phone # (541) 524-2033 email: juliesmith@bakercity.com. 
First Review of Applications: Open until filled.

Selection Process:  Certified police officers may be invited for an interview followed up with a Chief’s interview. If selected, candidate must pass a complete background check and psychological exam.

Baker City operates under an affirmative action policy, and urges all qualified applicants, especially women, disadvantaged, handicapped, veterans, and minorities to apply.  Employment offer is contingent upon background checks, passing a physical, psychological exam and drug test.  Baker City is EEO employer. 

The Human Resources Department is dedicated to the recruitment of diverse and talented candidates looking for career opportunities with the City of Baker City. HR works directly with all City departments providing guidance and support through hiring, performance management, professional development, training, classification, compensation, contract administration, collective bargaining, benefits administration (including health promotion) and compliance with state and federal regulations. Additionally, HR assists with risk management as part of the Administration Department wherein staff assists with health and safety, workers’ compensation and ADA accommodation. HR strives to create an environment that builds lasting employee relations while demonstrating excellent public service.

The City of Baker City provides employment opportunity to all qualified employees and applicants, without unlawful regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veteran’s status, or any other status protected by applicable federal, Oregon, or local law.  Our EEO policy applies to all aspects of the employment relationship—including, but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, compensation, promotion, demotion, transfer, disciplinary action, layoff, recall, and termination of employment.

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