The City of Dixon is recruiting to fill one temporary, part-time position to work one to three evenings per week, that may involve late hours, filming Dixon City Council, Parks and Recreation, Planning Commission, Dixon Unified School District Meetings; plus a limited number of additional hours as needed. Typical duties include: operating a variety of video and audio equipment such as cameras, remote controls, VCRs and video switchers to provide live and taped cable television coverage; monitoring system operation, diagnosing problems and making minor adjustments; and operating various computer systems such as updating the City's cable television bulletin board. Work is normally conducted in a small, confined control room with low light and low noise levels.
Employment Processing: Those selected may be subject to a medical exam including drug screen and criminal background check; and in accordance with Federal Law, are able to provide proof of identity and proof that they may legally work in the United States.
Employees in this classification may be subject to alcohol and drug testing. Adhering to the City's Drug and Alcohol Policy is a condition of employment.
Veteran's Preference Points: Veteran's Preference points will be applied. A copy of the DD214 form must be filed at the time of application.
It is the policy of the City of Dixon to practice fair and equal employment without any measure of discriminatory practice.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Women, minorities and bilingual persons encouraged to apply.
Reasonable Accommodation Clause: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities. Please advise Human Resources of any special needs in advance of the examination by calling (707) 678-7000.
Applications are invited from qualified persons who possess the knowledge and abilities to perform the job. A typical way to obtain such knowledge and ability would be:
EDUCATION: Coursework and/or training in the area of telecommunications and video equipment operation is desirable.
EXPERIENCE: Some experience in a multi-camera studio production is desirable.
Ability to possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver’s License and a satisfactory driving record as conditions of initial and continued employment.
Must be at least 18 years of age if required to drive vehicles for City business.
Must submit to random drug/alcohol testing. Adhering to the City's Drug and Alcohol Policy is a condition of employment.
To Apply: Complete an on-line City application and supplemental questionnaire.
This recruitment may automatically close without notice.
Exam Process: A limited number of candidates whose applications indicate that they, among those competing, are better qualified in terms of related education, training and experience will be invited to participate in an Oral Interview/performance exam (weighted 100%).