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Police Officer - Full time

CITY OF CHARLEVOIX

Title: Police Officer FLSA: Non-exempt
STATUS: Full-time, Union
Department: Police
Reports To: Police Chief
Date: January 14, 2020

Please apply on our website at www.charlevoixmi.gov. This job is posted under Human Resources. Contact Patty DeRosia - pattyd@charlevoixmi.gov or 231-547-3254.

Position Purpose and Objectives
Responsible for maintaining order in an assigned district, protecting life and property, and preventing crime and disorder.

Scope and Environment
Works in all types of weather. Considerable interaction with tourists and vacationing seasonal residents, especially during crowded events and festivals. Works under the general supervision of the police chief or his/her designee. Shift work required.

Essential Job Functions
• Patrol assigned district on foot or in a radio-equipped cruiser to prevent crime and disorder, protect life and property.
• Investigate suspicious activities and complaints. Analyze information. Resolve conflicts. Apprehend and arrest violators of the law.
• Gather and preserve evidence, testify in court, and otherwise assist in the investigation and prosecution of criminal cases.
• Serve criminal and civil processes including warrants and subpoenas.
• Enforce traffic and parking regulations, including writing and issuing tickets for parking infractions, ordinance violations, and other offenses.
• Enforce motor vehicle operation. Investigate and restore order when called to scene of automobile accidents or other emergencies. Direct traffic as necessary.
• Provide police escort services as required.
• Guard prisoners and assume responsibility for their safety and personal property while in custody.
• Make reports of accidents, complaints, felonies, and other incidents. Prepare and maintain records.
• Provide information and assistance to the public including first aid. Locate missing persons.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
• Analytical ability.
• Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
• Conflict resolution and negotiation skills.
• Able to operate short wave radio, motor vehicles, firearms, and other police equipment.
• Able to work outdoors in all types of weather.
• Able to exert self physically (stand/walk/sit) for long periods of time.
• Working familiarity with City parking laws, policies, and police operations; current on legal and procedural changes.
• Intermediate computer skills (MS Excel, Word, Outlook).
• Positive attitude. Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills.
• Patience working with people of all ages and abilities.
• Working familiarity with local, state, and national security operations.
• Ability to project a courteous and positive public image of the City of Charlevoix.

Minimum Qualifications
• High school graduate or equivalent.
• Valid Michigan driver’s license.
• Graduate of law enforcement school or equivalent.
• MCOLES certification or able to be certifiable.



The information contained in this position description is intended to describe the general content and requirements for successful performance of the job. It is not an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities or requirements. Additional duties and requirements may be assigned at the sole discretion of the City. Hence, the job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employers as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

City Council Approval: May 16, 2011

Patty DeRosia
01/14/2020

Therapist

Therapist to provide advocacy and counseling for survivors of sexual assault, domestic abuse and child abuse; and forensic interviews for child victims of abuse. Must possess an MSW and licensure. Full time position with benefits at well-respected nonprofit serving five northern Michigan counties. Apply with letter and resume to Angie Linsenman, Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. EOE

Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter, Petoskey, 49770.
01/14/2020

Client and Partner Engagement VISTA

Position Title: Client & Partner Engagement VISTA
Location: Traverse City or Harbor Springs
Child & Family Services of Northwestern Michigan (CFS) is recruiting four full-time (40 hours per week) AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve in its Traverse City or Harbor Springs offices beginning February 18, 2020. VISTAs must commit to serve a one-year, 365-day term of service. During your service, you will help lift children, youth, and families out of poverty by helping increase the capacity of CFS to provide programming to underserved clients and engage community partners.
Duties: The Client & Partner Engagement VISTA will help CFS staff strengthen current relationships and establish new community partnerships that will increase the number of referrals to various CFS programs. This VISTA will additionally help improve outcomes and create new opportunities for underserved CFS clients by increasing the capacity of CFS staff to provide services and education to an increased number of clients. These objectives will be accomplished by:
• assisting in the development and improvement of systems, tools, and processes for referrals to increase the number of clients served by CFS programs;
• developing a list of current and potential community partners for all CFS programs and participate in outreach activities to engage partners and clients;
• researching opportunities to serve new geographies or to provide new/expanded services;
• developing and assisting with the implementation of formal job skills and financial literacy curriculum to CFS clients including evaluation tools, or find reputable local partners to provide similar job and life skills training(s) to CFS clients; and
• developing new and improving existing systems and tools that will increase the health knowledge of individuals and the outcomes of individuals served by CFS programs
• Must commit to serve 365 days of service (February 18, 2020 to February 16, 2021) averaging 40 hours per week. Must pass all required background and reference checks and complete any other AmeriCorps or CFS eligibility requirements. High School diploma or equivalent required. Some college preferred. Must be at least 18 years old and be a US citizen or legal permanent resident. VISTAs may be current students or have outside employment, understanding that neither school nor work will conflict with the member’s service hours.
• Must be dependable, work well as part of a team, have a positive attitude, and be willing to learn new skills. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, have reliable transportation, be proficient with computers including Microsoft Office products, and be available to work a flexible schedule that may require some nights and weekends. A general knowledge of the community to be served is preferred, but not required.

Living Stipend and Benefits: VISTAs receive a bi-weekly living stipend of $479.08, for a total stipend of $12,491 over one-year. Upon successful completion of the entire term of service, members may be eligible for a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 that can be used towards post-secondary education expenses, or a cash stipend of $1,800. VISTAs may be eligible for student loan relief programs during their term of service. VISTAs receive basic health insurance coverage. Childcare assistance and other benefits may be available to eligible candidates. VISTA members receive professional development and training necessary to be successful in their service. Visit www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorps-programs/americorps-vista/life-vista-member to learn more about VISTA service and benefits.

Learn more and apply: Interested in serving your community at CFS? Visit www.cfsnwmi.org/VISTA to view available VISTA positions at CFS and complete your application. Contact Amanda Elliott with questions or for more information – (231) 313-8002 or aelliott@CFS3L.org.

Amanda Elliott, aelliott@cfs3L.org
01/13/2020

Marketing and Development VISTA

Title: Marketing & Development VISTA
Location: Traverse City or Harbor Springs
Child & Family Services of Northwestern Michigan (CFS) is recruiting four full-time (40 hours per week) AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve in its Traverse City or Harbor Springs offices beginning February 18, 2020. VISTAs must commit to serve a one-year, 365-day term of service. During your service, you will help lift children, youth, and families out of poverty by helping increase the capacity of CFS to provide programming to underserved clients and engage community partners.
Duties: The Marketing & Development VISTA will evaluate current fund development efforts at CFS including grants, donations, special events, in-kind donations, and volunteer recruitment and increase the number of donors, volunteers, clients, and partners engaged with CFS and its programs. This VISTA will also help increase public awareness of CFS programs and services through events, strong communications in traditional and social media, and speaking engagements to facilitate increased client referrals, improved partnerships, and increased funding opportunities. These objectives will be accomplished by:
• Researching and evaluating current fund development efforts at CFS including grants, donations, special events, in-kind donations, and volunteer recruitment and help increase the number of donors, volunteers, clients, and partners engaged with CFS
• Reviewing development dashboards and grant spreadsheets to become familiar with current breakdown of fundraising activities, current funders, and systems for tracking fund development
• Assisting in the transfer of data from Donor Perfect (current CFS donor software system) to SalesForce (new CFS donor tracking cloud app)
• Researching new funding opportunities and developing a new system for tracking potential opportunities including grants with deadlines and other information
• Engaging current volunteers, donors, and partners to learn why they care about CFS and gather information about ways to improve engagement
• Updating, with guidance from the Development Team and CFS program staff, the agency-wide development plan, including updating tools and materials to implement the plan, using technology when possible to improve efficiency of carrying out the plan
• Reviewing current outreach and marketing efforts at CFS to become familiar with the CFS brand
• Increasing knowledge of CFS to new and existing donors and volunteers and engage those wanting more information by connecting with appropriate CFS staff
• Developing or revising marketing and development materials such as legacy planning brochures/information, donation envelopes/collection tools, event materials, etc.
• Updating, with guidance from the Development Team and CFS program staff, the agency-wide outreach and marketing plan, and then developing or revise tools and materials to begin implementing the plan
• Creating a calendar of civic meeting and community events and utilizing the calendar to build community awareness of CFS programs
• Actively participating in outreach and marketing efforts that support CFS programs including distributing materials and information, attending community meetings or scheduling visits to partner agencies to share/gather information, and forming/strengthening community partnerships
Qualifications: Must commit to serve 365 days of service (February 18, 2020 to February 16, 2021) averaging 40 hours per week. Must pass all required background and reference checks and complete any other AmeriCorps or CFS eligibility requirements. High School diploma or equivalent required. Some college preferred. Must be at least 18 years old and be a US citizen or legal permanent resident. VISTAs may be current students or have outside employment, understanding that neither school nor work will conflict with the member’s service hours.
Must be dependable, work well as part of a team, have a positive attitude, and be willing to learn new skills. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, have reliable transportation, be proficient with computers including Microsoft Office products, and be available to work a flexible schedule that may require some nights and weekends. A general knowledge of the community to be served is preferred, but not required.

Living Stipend and Benefits: VISTAs receive a bi-weekly living stipend of $479.08, for a total stipend of $12,491 over one-year. Upon successful completion of the entire term of service, members may be eligible for a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 that can be used towards post-secondary education expenses, or a cash stipend of $1,800. VISTAs may be eligible for student loan relief programs during their term of service. VISTAs receive basic health insurance coverage. Childcare assistance and other benefits may be available to eligible candidates. VISTA members receive professional development and training necessary to be successful in their service. Visit www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorps-programs/americorps-vista/life-vista-member to learn more about VISTA service and benefits.

Learn more and apply: Interested in serving your community at CFS? Visit www.cfsnwmi.org/VISTA to view available VISTA positions at CFS and complete your application.

Amanda Elliott, aelliott@cfs3L.org
01/13/2020

Housekeeper (seasonal)

Exciting seasonal opportunity that is responsible for assisting with housekeeping and laundry, along with indoor and outdoor maintenance of private residences in Harbor Springs, MI. Approximate schedule is up to 30 hours/week (May - September) with some holiday and weekend shifts.

To learn more about this opportunity or to apply, visit our job board at http://jobs.rdvcorp.com/ or email us at talentservices@rdvcorp.com.

RDV Talent Services, talentservices@rdvcorp.com, 616-454-4114
01/13/2020

Grounds and Maintenance Assistant (seasonal)

Exciting seasonal opportunity that will assist with preventative care, daily grounds, and household maintenance of private residences in Harbor Springs, MI. Approximate schedule is up to 40 hours/week (May - September) with some holiday and weekend shifts.

For more information or to apply, visit our job board at http://jobs.rdvcorp.com/ or email our Talent Services team at talentservices@rdvcorp.com.

RDV Talent Services, talent services@rdvcorp.com, 616-454-4114
01/10/2020

Cafe Baristas & Food Service Staff

The Grain Train in Petoskey is looking for friendly people to join our team. We have an opening at our downtown Market Cafe for 1-2 part time Baristas. Additionally, our Cafe and Deli kitchens are always looking for fast and reliable prep cooks and dishwashers.

Starting wages at the Grain Train are $10-13/hour depending on position and experience. Plus, our staff get amazing discounts when they shop or dine with us. Other benefits include paid time off and holiday pay after 90 days!

You can download our application at https://graintrain.coop/pages/join-our-team

Mary at (231) 347-4914 ext 10 or at hr@graintrain.coop
12/30/2019

Merchandising Retail Internship

Little Luxuries of Mackinac Island is looking for a retail merchandiser for the summer season. Housing is provided, paid internship, a wonderful opportunity in a fast pace environment. Tasks include designing window displays and redoing in-store displays as well as helping customers shop.

Nicole Doud