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Chief of Police
CITY OF LOCKPORT
CHIEF OF POLICE
SALARY: QUALIFICATION BASED

Distinguishing Features of the Class
The work involves the responsibility to plan, administer and direct law enforcement activities. The work is performed in accordance with state and local laws and according to the policies and objectives outlined by the Lockport Board of Police Commissioners with considerable latitude for the exercise of discretion and judgment in department organization and maintenance of high performance standards. The work is reviewed through conferences and reports. General supervision is exercised through subordinate supervisors over the activities of all members of the police force.
Typical Work Activities
1. Formulates department policy, rules and issues general orders to the department;
2. Organizes the force into units to perform different kinds of work and assigns to posts wherever their services are needed;
3. Reviews activities and report of officers;
4. Plans and oversees training in law enforcement methods and procedures;
5. Directs, supervises and may personally participate in the investigation of criminal offenses and accidents of a serious nature;
6. Investigates complaints regarding the activities of the police department and takes disciplinary action when necessary;
7. Analyzes crime and police conditions and plans special public campaigns for traffic safety and crime prevention;
8. Dispenses information to the public regarding department policies and activities and maintains contact with individuals and groups in the community regarding matters affecting police activities;
9. Prepares and submits annual report;
10. Recommends the purchase of necessary supplies and equipment;
11. Cooperates with other city departments, State and Federal law enforcement agencies and the public;
12. Prepares and presents the department’s annual budget;
13. Confers with the Board of Police Commissioners regarding the appointment, promotion and discipline of police department personnel;
14. Prepares or directs the preparation of a wide variety of reports.


Minimum Qualifications
Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma;
AND: Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Public Administration or related field and ten (10) years of experience with two (2) years as a permanent Police Captain or four (4) years performing equivalent duties of a Lockport Police Lieutenant in an organized police force or law enforcement agency in accordance with Section 58 1-b of the New York State Civil Service Law;

OR: An Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Public Administration or related field or 60 semester credit hours and twelve (12) years of experience with two (2) years as a permanent Police Captain or four (4) years performing equivalent duties of a Lockport Police Lieutenant in an organized police force or law enforcement agency in accordance with Section 58 1-b of the New York State Civil Service Law.


Interested parties please contact:

The City of Lockport
Department of Civil Service
Attn: Mary Pat Holz
One Locks Plaza
Lockport NY 14094
(716) 439-6659
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Application Deadline: November 2, 2018
Organization: City of Lockport
Name: Mary Pat Holz
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Phone: 716-439-6659
Lockport, New York2018-11-02
Real Property Appraiser
CITY OF LOCKPORT
REAL PROPERTY APPRAISER
SALARY: $42,886-$49,079/YR

Distinguishing Features of the Class
This is professional appraisal work involving responsibility for obtaining factual and relevant data supporting real property valuation estimates. Obtains basic data and appraises real property for determination of valuation for the annual assessment roll. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Assessor. Supervision may be exercised over the work of technical and clerical staff.
Typical Work Activities
1. Assists the Assessor in the annual evaluation or revaluation of each parcel of real property;
2. Conducts field inspections of real property for inventory purposes, building permits and appraisals and makes field notes;
3. Updates property record cards with field data, scale drawings and makes calculations;
4. Prepares detailed, factual and analytical reports of the basis for valuation estimates including all pertinent data for use by the public and government officials;
5. Evaluates all types of real property, reviews appraisals with local officials, makes preliminary reviews and analyzes appraisal reports from the outside valuation experts;
6. Plots divisions, subdivisions and assemblages from legal descriptions and deeds;
7. Reviews deeds and other property records to extract pertinent information;
8. Reports discrepancies in building location, topography, condition, bulk heading, street conditions and improvements;
9. Confers with taxpayers and assessors to explain factors used in determining value;
10. Gathers and compiles data for all property exemptions applicable to the City of Lockport assessment roll for the Assessor’s signature;
11. Compiles and posts all City and County relevies;
12. Assists the City Assessor in supervising the preparation of tax rolls and tax bills.



Minimum Qualifications
1. Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and/or Mathematics and two (2) years of experience in an occupation involving the evaluation of real property, such as appraiser, valuation data manager, real property appraisal associate or similar position. This experience must have been paid in a office requiring the use of independent judgment in the appraisal of real estate, including the preparation of original written detailed reports; OR

Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate’s Degree in Business and/or Mathematics and three (3) years of experience as defined in #1
Interested parties please contact:

The City of Lockport
Department of Civil Service
Attn: Mary Pat Holz
One Locks Plaza
Lockport NY 14094
(716) 439-6659
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Application Deadline: November 2, 2018

Organization: City of Lockport
Name: Mary Pat Holz
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Phone: 716-439-6659
Lockport, New York2018-11-02
Director of Accounting Systems
DIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS

The County of Schenectady is seeking an experienced and qualified individual for the position of Director of Accounting Systems. This position offers the right person an extremely rewarding and exciting opportunity to advance your career and make a real difference in the operations of the County government!

High-level overview of the position:

• Responsible for supervising the County’s financial management system, including the accounting for revenues, expenditures, adjusting entries, cash reconciliation, County audit, annual report, trial balances and analysis thereof.

• Oversees all money disbursed by the County for payments involving lawful claims or charges against the County.

• Supervises the professional, paraprofessional and other office staff as assigned by the Commissioner of Finance.

Sample job duties include:

• Manages the preparation of the County's Annual Financial Report to New York State, the Annual Financial Statements, and the Federal and NYS Single Audit;
• Assists with the development, preparation, analysis, implementation and evaluation of the County’s annual budget and capital improvement plan;
• Prepares quarterly financial projections on an accrual basis, monitoring revenues and expenditures to budget and works with the Commissioner of Finance and departments to assure budget compliance;
• Assists Commissioner of Finance in strategic financial planning;
• Insures that departments responsible for filing reimbursement claims maximize reimbursements by reviewing State and Federal claims, assuring claims are prepared accurately, meet claiming time schedule and monitors aging of accounts receivable;
• Conducts monthly reconciliation of Trial Balance Accounts;
• Manages daily investments and cash flow;
• Audits and certifies payment for all lawful claims or charges against funds for which the County is responsible;
• Prepares various statistical reports and charts;
• Assists independent auditor with the County’s annual audit.



What are we looking for?

Candidates must possess thorough knowledge of accounting and auditing principles and practices as related to municipal government; thorough knowledge of office terminology, practices and procedures; thorough knowledge of computer operations as they relate to a financial management system; ability to evaluate and develop solutions for difficult accounting problems; ability to prepare complex financial and statistical reports; the ability to supervise the work of others; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

Minimum qualifications/ degree and experience requirements:

(A) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Master's degree in Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field and five (5) years of experience in municipal (accrual) accounting which shall have included monthly reconciliation of accounts and preparation of the municipality’s annual financial statements/reports, five (5) years of which shall have involved exercising supervision over accountants, bookkeepers and clerical staff and five (5) years of which shall have involved exercising supervision over accountants, bookkeepers and clerical staff; OR

(B) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered four year college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field and seven (7) years of experience in municipal (accrual) accounting which shall have included monthly reconciliation of accounts and preparation of the municipality’s annual financial statements/reports, five (5) years of which shall have involved exercising supervision over accountants.

What kind of benefits can you expect to receive?

Schenectady County offers a competitive salary dependent on the applicant’s qualifications along with an excellent benefit package including New York State retirement, generous health, dental, vacation, sick and personal leave.

Interested qualified candidates must submit a resume and cover letter by November 5, 2018 to:

Barbara Leonard
Schenectady County Human Resources
County Office Building
620 State Street
Schenectady, New York 12305

Schenectady County is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Organization: Schenectady County
Name: Barbara Leonard
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Phone: 518-388-4233
Schenectady County2018-11-05
City Manager
CITY MANAGER - City of Newburgh, New York

For complete details & requirements please visit www.cityofnewburgh-ny.gov

By 11/15/18 EOE
Organization: City of Newburgh
Name: Michelle Mills
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Newburgh New York2018-11-15