City of Santa Barbara
HOURLY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Week of July 24, 2016
To apply for an hourly position with the City of Santa Barbara, you must submit an Hourly Employment Application to the hiring department itself. You may download the Hourly Employee Application and submit it via email to the email address listed for the position or you may print it out, fill it out by hand, and mail or hand deliver the completed application to the location listed for the position.
|AIRPORT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST||$22.16/HR|
| Under direction from the Airport Operations Supervisor, this the Airport Operations Specialist provides emergency and routine control, monitoring and dispatch functions and activities of the Security Operations Center; responds as needed for operational duties/requirements on the Airport; serves as the Airport's central point of contact for airport tenants and outside agencies; and provides responsible staff assistance to the Airport Operations Supervisor. Candidates for this position must have the ability to remain calm and effective under pressure situations; assess a given situation and determine the appropriate response; remember instructions and information; learn radio operations and procedures; type and enter data into the computer at a speed necessary for successful job performance; understand and follow oral and written instructions; clearly and tactfully communicate factual information to citizens; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; prepare clear and concise reports; and work independently in the absence of supervision. One year of airport operations experience, experience as a dispatcher in a communications center, and/or a valid pilot’s license is desirable.
All candidates must:
Have possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license.
Pass a background investigation in accordance with TSR Part 1542. This position will work approximately 20+ hours per week. Shift hours will include rotating daytime and nighttime shifts, both weekday and weekend shifts, with additional hours available periodically for shift coverage once fully trained. Please submit your application and copies of certifications to Human Resources at 735 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.
|AIRPORT PATROL OFFICER||$28.91/HR|
Under general supervision, provide armed airport law enforcement with arrest and detention authority to comply with Transportation Security Agency Regulations and utilizing the City’s Airport Security Program.
The Airport Patrol Officer must have knowledge of principles and practices associated with criminal justice procedures and investigative techniques; California vehicle and penal code; firearm safety and self-defense. The Airport Patrol Officer must be able to prepare clear and concise reports; effectively use a firearm, baton and chemical agents; enforce City and Airport codes, ordinances, rules and regulations; and communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
All candidates must:
This position will work approximately 20 hours/week. Please submit your application and copies of certifications to Human Resources at 735 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101.
|AIRPORT TRAFFIC AIDE||$12.85/HR|
|Patrol the loading zone in front of the Airport Terminal building and parking lots to ensure the orderly flow of vehicular traffic by explaining parking regulations to motorists or by issuing citations. Staff the exit lane in the airline terminal building to ensure unauthorized persons do not enter the concourse. May be required to serve as an escort in restricted areas of the Airport. May be required to perform security checks of the Airport Terminal building or of the commercial aircraft parking ramp. Position will work 15-20 hours per week. Submit your application to the Airport Administration office located at 601 Firestone Road, Santa Barbara 93117.|
|CAMP/YEAR ROUND CLASS B, AND YOUTH BUS DRIVERS||$13.60-$20.60/HR D.O.E.|
The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for Class-B and Youth Bus Drivers to assist with the delivery of summer camp and year round activities. Drivers work 30-40 hours per week in the summer and 10-20 hours in the non-summer months transporting camp and after school program participants. Be an effective representative of the City and the Department of Parks and Recreation. Provide excellent customer service to passengers and proper supervision. Maintain discipline and ensure appropriate passenger behavior and compliance with relevant laws, safety practices, City policies and procedures, and vehicle rules such as: proper use of seatbelts, safe loading and unloading, vehicular cleanliness, and proper storage of personal items. A clean record is required, and paid training will be provided for successful driver applicants. To apply, please send your application to Sports Supervisor Jeff Smith at email@example.com. For more information on this position, please call (805) 564-5495.
|Perform rough and finished carpentry from beginning to end including new construction, maintenance and repair. Repair and re-key locks and lock systems throughout the City. Install and repair roofs including tabs, roll roofing, and spanish tile roofs. Install and repair suspended ceilings; hang and tape drywall and install other types and forms of paneling. Construct cement forms; pour, finish, and repair concrete pads, footings, stains, and related items. Construct complete window frames; repair or replace window frames and broken windows and glazing. Remodel offices in City buildings and facilities; build and install customized shelves, cabinets, counters and other customized projects in City buildings. Coordinate maintenance work with other departments and divisions; maintain accurate records of maintenance and repair work. Read and interpret blue prints and diagrams; follow oral instructions as needed. Estimate time, materials, and equipment required for jobs assigned; requisition materials as required. Perform general cleanup at job sites. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required. This position works a 9/80 work schedule, with every other Friday off. Please submit application to the City's Human Resources Office located in City Hall, 735 Anacapa St. City applications will be accepted until 5:30 pm on Monday, July 25th.|
|COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER||$22.20/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Police Department is recruiting for the position of Community Services Officer. Please submit applications to the City's Human Resources Office, 735 Anacapa Street. For more information, please click on the link.|
|CUSTODIAN - AIRPORT||$18.54/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Airport is currently seeking an individual to perform hourly custodial maintenance. Prior experience and good customer service skills are required. Open day or night shifts will be offered to the successful applicant, but there is no set work schedule or guaranteed number of hours each week. Applicant must successfully pass a background check to qualify. Apply at Airport Administration, 601 Firestone Road, Goleta, CA 93117. For more information please call David DePonce at (805) (805) 692-6094.|
|CUSTODIAN - CITY PARKS RESTROOMS||$12.85/HR|
|Schedule varies weekly - evenings/weekends/holidays. Averages 12-16 hours per week. Valid CA Drivers License required. Ask for Steve: Parks Division, 402 E. Ortega St., 897-1930.|
|GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT I||$12.85/HR|
|Temporary position, 40 hours/week. Daytime Mon. - Fri., some weekends, holidays. Valid CA Drivers License required. If you are interested, please contact Steve Biddle: Parks Division, 402 E. Ortega St. 564-5439|
|LOT OPERATOR I, II, III||$10.00-$10.50/HR D.O.E.|
|Ability to provide exceptional levels of customer service to the downtown patrons entering and exiting our City’s parking lots. Answer customer questions in a professional and friendly manner. Receive tickets from customers exiting the parking lots. Determine applicable fees, collect fees and make change in an accurate and timely manner. Deposit daily revenue by correctly counting money and filling out forms in a legible manner. Responsible for observing parking equipment and ensuring equipment is functioning correctly and making minor adjustments when necessary. Apply at Parking Office, 1221 Anacapa St. 564-5656. Follow this link to parking page for application and job contact information.|
|NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITIES MONITOR||$11.60/HR D.O.E.|
The Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for Neighborhood Facilities Monitors to oversee private parties and special events at neighborhood centers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to ensure customers are following rules and regulations, including required music decibel levels. Hours vary month to month based on rentals booked at each facility. Must be responsible and dependable, have a valid driver’s license, have solid communication skills and work independently. Bi-lingual a plus but not required. Position is ideal for a retiree, college student or person with a flexible schedule. Please submit application to the Westside Neighborhood Center 423 West Victoria Street. Tel: 897-2560.
|The City of Santa Barbara's Main Library is recruiting for the position of Page I. Please submit applications to the Library Administration Office: 40 E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. For more information, please contact Gillian Casso, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 564-5605.|
|POLICE CADET||$15.00 - $16.00/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Police Department is recruiting for the position of Police Cadet. Please submit applications to the City's Human Resources Office, 735 Anacapa Street. For more information, please click this link.|
|POLICE RECORDS SPECIALIST||$19.98/HR D.O.E.|
|Part-time position hours varied. Under general supervision performs a variety of functions related to the maintenance and preservation of police records, and support duties in the Police Records Bureau. Enter data including arrest and crime information, traffic accidents, property and evidence, records, fingerprints and booking identification, restraining orders and subpoenas into local and/or State and National computerized files; input corrections and updates; verify data for accuracy and completeness; maintain a variety of statistical records; purge information as necessary. Answer telephone and computer inquiries, assist at the public service counter; take and record crime information; provide information on City policies/procedures and legal statutes/requirements pertinent to law enforcement; receive found property or evidence; verify ownership and release towed vehicles. Complete a variety of reports, forms, and logs; file, copy, and distribute reports; participate in the maintenance of a complex filing system; perform various clerical duties in support of assigned functions. Calculate and collect fees for fingerprinting, reports, clearance letters, photographs, etc. Collect bail for warrants; set court dates; clear warrants from local or State system; issue receipts and forward monies to appropriate court. Operate a variety of office equipment including computer/printer, cash register, copier, FAX, scanner, Live Scan fingerprint machine, microfilm reader/printer, and switchboard; input and retrieve data and text. Process the mail including receiving, sorting, and distributing incoming and outgoing correspondence. As necessary, perform female pat-down searches and strip searches or obtain urine samples from in-custody defendants; supervise juveniles in temporary hold situations; assist in temporary detention of drunk drivers, and clerical support work for Police personnel as needed. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required. Work Schedule: 24 hour coverage, may be assigned to any shift.|
|RECREATION INCLUSION SPECIALIST||$13.60 - $17.60/HR D.O.E.|
|The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for Inclusion Specialists. Inclusion Specialists work 20-40 hours per week supporting children with special needs enrolled in after school programs, summer camps, classes, and programs offered by the Parks and Recreation Department throughout the year. Inclusion Specialists provide additional supervision to participants with special needs ensuring a safe, fun, and rewarding recreation experience. This job involves encouraging independence and assisting participants so that they can join in all the activities to the best of their ability. Inclusion Specialists help participants build self-esteem, enjoy social interactions, and build friendships. A minimum of one year of experience is preferred. To apply, please send your application to Adapted Recreation Program Coordinator Julie Thomas at email@example.com. For more information on this position, please call (805) 564-5421.|
RECREATION PROGRAM LEADER (A-OK & RAP)
$11.60 - $13.60/HR D.O.E.
The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for after-school Recreation Program Leaders. A-OK Recreation Program and Recreation After-School Program (RAP) Leaders supervise a group of 15-20 children, assisting with homework help, sports, and enrichment activities including SPARK (Sports, Play, and Active Recreation for Kids) and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math). Program Leaders also plan and deliver curriculum-based activities; consider age level, developmental needs, and interests of participants; are a role model for children; support student academic achievement; and create a positive environment with a goal of 100% participation. To apply, please send your application to Youth Activities Supervisor Emily Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org . For more information on this position, please call (805) 564-5495.
|RECREATION PROGRAM LEADER (NEIGHBORHOOD AND OUTREACH SERVICES)||$18.26/HR|
|The Parks & Recreation department is recruiting for the position of Recreation Program Leader. For more information, please click on the link. If interested, please submit application materials to Recreation Coordinator Luis Gomez at email@example.com or deliver to the Westside Neighborhood Center, 423 West Victoria Street, by Monday, August 1.|
|RECREATION YOUTH SPORTS COACH||$13.60/HR|
|The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for after-school Youth Sports Coaches. Youth Sports Coaches are assigned to local elementary school teams for children in the second through sixth grades. Coaches lead practice sessions and games throughout the traditional school year (September-May). The three after school sports we offer are: flag football (September-November), blacktop basketball (December-March) and soccer (March-May). All Youth Sports Coaches must be available Monday-Friday from 2:30PM-5:30PM; coaches work approximately 5-10 hours per week, depending upon whether coaches take on one or two teams. Additional hours are offered for coaches selected to work at RAP sites. Applicants must have experience coaching at the youth level to be considered for this position. Experience refereeing at the youth level and availability for the entire school year is highly recommended. To apply, please send your application to Youth Sports Coordinator Hannah Christman at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please call us at (805) 564-5422.|
|SKATEBOARD PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR (SKATE CAMPS & CLINICS)||$11.60 - $13.60/HR D.O.E.|
|The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for Skateboard Program Instructors. Skateboard Instructors supervise and teach skateboard techniques to children ages 4-12 during Saturday Skate Clinics and week-long Summer Sk8 Camp programs. Skateboard Instructors are responsible for participant safety, assessing participant skating skills, planning age-appropriate skate activities, and assisting participants with pushing, standing, balancing, and intermediate skills such as Ollies and dropping into bowls. Skateboard Instructors also assist with participant sign-in and sign-out, equipment safety inspections and repairs, walking participants to the bathroom, meeting and greeting parents, promoting positive relationships with the community, and enforcing Skater’s Point rules and guidelines. Instructors participate in weekly planning meetings and work approximately 15-20 hours per week facilitating Summer Skate Camp programs Monday–Friday from 8:15am–11:15am and 2-3 hours per week year-round supporting the free Saturday Skate Clinic program from 8:45am–11:15am. To apply, please send your application to Youth Activities Supervisor Emily Fox at email@example.com. For more information on this position, please call (805) 564-5495.|
|SPORTS COACHES AND REFEREES (AFTER SCHOOL YOUTH LEAGUES)||$11.60 - $13.60/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for After School Soccer and Flag Football Coaches/Referees. Under the direction of the Recreation Specialist, referees conduct games in after school youth sport leagues. Referees are knowledgeable of league rules, understand game management and promote fair play. After school coaches plan and deliver organized practices, coach in the free after school sports program, consider age level developmental needs and interests of participants, are role models for students, and create a positive environment with a goal of 100% participation. Qualified applicants available now are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in being a part of a winning team, please email your application and resume to Hannah Christman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are also accepted at the Human Resources Office, 735 Anacapa Street.|
|SPORTS COACHES AND REFEREES (ADULT LEAGUES)||$11.60 - $13.60/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting applications for adult basketball, volleyball, football and soccer league referees. Under the direction of the sports supervisor, referees conduct games and matches in evening adult leagues. Referees are knowledgeable of league rules, understand game management and promote fair play. Pay rate is $17 - $25 per game (1 hour games). Qualified applicants available now are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in being part of a winning team, please email your application and resume to Jeff Smith at email@example.com. Applications are also accepted at the Human Resources Office, 735 Anacapa Street.|
|STUDENT NEIGHBORHOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (SNAP) OFFICER||$22.00/HR|
|The Santa Barbara Police Department is recruiting for the position of Student Neighborhood Assistance Program (SNAP) Officer. Please submit applications to the City's Human Resources Office, 735 Anacapa Street. For more information, please click on the link.|
|WATERFRONT PARKING LEAD (WEEKDAYS PREFERRED)||$11.20/HR|
This position works 15-20 hours/week. Must work weekdays & holidays. Good customer service & communication skills, cash handing experience, computer & clerical skills required. Knowledge of the area helpful. Valid CA driver license required. Inquire To: Waterfront Parking Office (132 A Harbor Way) 805-897-1965.
|WATERFRONT WORKER VII||$13.10/HR|
|The City of Santa Barbara's Waterfront Department is currently hiring for two positions, one position at Sterns Wharf and one position at the Harbor. Positions will work 24 - 32 hours per week. Shift hours are 14:00 - 23:00, 16:00 - 23:00 and 7:30 - 16:00, includes Saturday and Sunday work and swing shift hours. Duties will include light maintenance and custodian work. Must have current California Drivers License. Applications may be picked up and submitted at the Harbor Maintenance office located at 117 C Harbor Way between the hours of 7:30 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 16:00.|