Human Resources

Socorro County is an equal opportunity employer. The Human Resources department is responsible for the County's workforce employment and for payroll.

Employees can access their payroll records by using their Tyler sign-on information. If you need a username and password, contact Michael Hawkes.

All employees have access to free online training at LocalGovU. For username and password, contact HR Department.


575.835.0589 ext 1107

mhawkes@co.socorro.nm.us

PO Box I

Socorro NM 87801


Human Resources Forms

Federal Forms

State Forms

The Workers Comp Packet forms are listed below in numerical order, numbered 1 through 5. The First Step following an accident or injury is to call the Company Nurse at 877-518-6706 for triage and instructions.

Of course, if you need to get to the emergency room, do that first.

Job Descriptions

Human Resource Director



Socorro County

Job Title: Human Resources Director Job Code: 131

Division: Administration Effective Date: 01/23

Department: Executive Last Revised: 12/2022

GENERAL PURPOSE

The Human Resources Director is responsible for overseeing the management of the department operations to adhere to organizational policies and procedures. These duties include communicating between department heads and elected officials. Management of the budget of the Human Resources Department and coordinating with department heads and elected officials to ensure compliance with Human Resources and organizational laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Performs a variety of general administrative duties in the coordination of human resources and payroll functions; including staffing processes such as recruitment, selection, benefits orientation and enrollment, compensation and policy maintenance. Ensures compliance with all payroll activities including records management and tax reporting.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the close to general supervision of the County Manager.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Maintains and secures employee personnel files; oversees and ensures human resources policies and procedures are in compliance; processes and maintains reports on required documentation for applications and new hire processes; oversees the administration review and import of electronic time and biometric clock systems.

2. Verifies and monitors personnel leave balances; generates and ensures accuracy of payroll reports for time sheet/card data, employee deductions, County deductions, payroll register, and leave reports; works with finance as needed; manages garnishments; distributes W2 forms.

3. Manages insurance invoices and premiums for employees and the County of Socorro; assists employees with benefit claims and questions; assists managers with completing accident reports for workers compensation claims; answers employees questions; completes verification of employment.

4. Coordinates employee trainings, speakers and events; manages employee trainings and testing’s, manages unemployment claims; manages employee licensures and certification requirement compliance (i.e. CDL, law enforcement certification) coordinates the recruitment and hiring processes and assists with interviewing and selection.

5. Provides consultation and support to directors, supervisors, and staff regarding Human Resources policies and procedures. Assists in the management of employee issues, including disciplinary actions and investigations. Works closely with County Attorney and County Manager in regard to employment matters.

6. Manages all workers compensation, accident and tort claims on behalf of the County.

7. Tracks records pertaining to FMLA and ADA; serves as the primary contact and representative for Human Resources and payroll issues. Generate payroll and employment reports for use by Finance Department, Board of Commissioners, department heads and County Manager.

8. Evaluates and identifies hiring practices and challenges and offers solutions to recruitment and retention.

9. Mediates and suggests solutions to employee disputes in collaboration with the County Manager.

10. Compiles information about compensation and benefits packages based on market and survey data with the understanding of placement in quartiles regarding compensation recognition.

11. Manages general office functions including providing information to the public, scheduling and facilitating staff functions and meetings, and assisting staff with various projects as requested.

12. Performing exit interviews where and whenever possible

13. Performs other related duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. A Bachelors degree in Human Resources Management, Public Administration, Business Administration or similar field of study.

B. At least two years of supervisory experience in the HR field or similarly related field.

C. Three (3) years of specialized in human resources management and payroll management;

OR

B. An equivalent combination of education or experience.

Additional Consideration will be given if the applicant possess the following:

a. Masters in Public Administration or Business Administration.

b. HR Certification from SHRM and HRCI

Human Resources Director, page 2

2. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Considerable knowledge of human resources and payroll practices; Human Resources functions; general office practices; business English; basic to extensive math functions which may include data analysis and projection calculations; general personnel and payroll functions filing systems (alpha and numeric) with utilization of technology for electronic storage, recording and filing procedures and methodologies; letter composition, grammar, spelling and punctuation; operation of word processor terminal; operation of standard office equipment; basic accounting or bookkeeping; and telephone etiquette; basic public relations; interpreting policies and procedures; methods of and techniques of data collection and report preparation; activities and services provided by local, county government; principle and practices of general management, supervision, and training.

3. The HR Director must possess and use strong leadership skills to direct Socorro County’s human resources department. In

Addition to these skills the HR Director should have the following skills and qualifications to manager their duties effectively.

· Effective and clear verbal and written communication skills/interpersonal communication skills.

· Strong leadership and management skills to oversee the HR department and work with all employees with the county.

· Project and time management skills.

· Organizational skills.

· Proven solving problem expertise.

· Budget management skills.

· Knowledge of computers to perform necessary task with common office and HR programs.

Some skill in the art of cooperative problem-solving. Skill in the use and operation of various office machines, i.e., fax, copy machine, scanners, postage machine, computer, telephone, shredder, binding machine, etc.

Ability to Perform basic to advanced computer functions; interpret, analyze, and track data accurately; effectively communicate, both orally and in writing; maintain highly confidential and sensitive information; evaluate and respond to employee issues in a timely and unbiased manner; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; work independently and with minimal supervision in meeting various time deadlines and work pressures; evaluate programs and processes for efficiency; effectively deal with stress caused by strict deadlines and work volume; exercise initiative, interpret, apply, and explain pertinent laws, ordinances, and regulations; independent judgment and to act resourcefully under varying conditions; maintain strict confidentiality related to sensitive administrative and executive information; perform basic mathematical calculations; operate personal computer (windows) in utilizing various programs (MS Word, Excel, Page Maker, Power Point, etc.) to produce or compose formal documents, reports and records; establish and maintain comprehensive records and files; operate standard office equipment; develop effective working relationships with supervisors, fellow employees, and the public.

4. Special Qualifications:

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration.

Basic computer knowledge.

Work Environment:

Incumbent of the position performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require variety of physical activities, not generally involving muscular strain, but do require frequent walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching and occasional lifting. Talking, hearing and seeing are essential physical capabilities of the position. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required for many tasks. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability and discriminating thinking.

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Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator



Socorro County

Job Description

Job Title: Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator Job Code: 130

Division: Administration Effective Date: 04/15

Department: Executive Last Revised:

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs a variety of general administrative duties in the coordination of human resources and payroll functions; including staffing processes such as recruitment, selection, benefits orientation and enrollment, compensation and policy maintenance. Ensures compliance with all payroll activities including records management and tax reporting.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the close to general supervision of the County Manager.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Maintains and secures employee personnel files; oversees and ensures human resources policies and procedures are in compliance; processes and maintains reports on required documentation for applications and new hire processes; oversees the administration review and import of electronic time clock systems.

2. Verifies and monitors personnel leave balances; generates and ensures accuracy of payroll reports for time sheet/card data, employee deductions, County deductions, payroll register, and leave reports; works with finance as needed; manages garnishments; distributes W2 forms.

3. Manages insurance invoices and premiums for employees and the County of Socorro; assists employees with benefit claims and questions; assists managers with completing accident reports for workers compensation claims; answers employees questions; completes verification of employment.

4. Coordinates employee trainings, speakers and events; manages employee trainings and testing’s, manages unemployment claims; manages employee licensures and certification requirement compliance (i.e. CDL, law enforcement certification) coordinates the recruitment and hiring processes and assists with interviewing and selection.

5. Provides consultation and support to directors, supervisors, and staff regarding Human Resources policies and procedures. Assists in the management of employee issues, including disciplinary actions and investigations. Works closely with County Attorney in regard to employment matters.

6. Manages all workers compensation, accident and tort claims on behalf of the County.

7. Tracks records pertaining to FMLA and ADA; serves as the primary contact and representative for Human Resources and payroll issues. Generate payroll and employment reports for use by Finance Department, Board of Commissioners, department heads and County Manager.

8. Manages general office functions including providing information to the public, scheduling and facilitating staff functions and meetings, and assisting staff with various projects as requested.

9. Performs other related duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. Three (3) years of specialized in human resources management and payroll management;

OR

B. An equivalent combination of education or experience.

Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator, page 2

2. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Considerable knowledge of human resources and payroll practices; Human Resources functions; general office practices; business English; basic math functions; general personnel and payroll functions filing systems (alpha and numeric), recording and filing procedures and methodologies; letter composition, grammar, spelling and punctuation; operation of word processor terminal; operation of standard office equipment; basic accounting or bookkeeping; interpersonal communication skills and telephone etiquette; basic public relations; interpreting policies and procedures; methods of and techniques of data collection and report preparation; activities and services provided by local, county government; principle and practices of general management, supervision, and training.

Some skill in the art of cooperative problem-solving. Skill in the use and operation of various office machines, i.e., fax, copy machine, scanners, postage machine, computer, telephone, shredder, binding machine, etc.

Ability to Perform basic to advanced computer functions; interpret, analyze, and track data accurately; effectively communicate, both orally and in writing; maintain highly confidential and sensitive information; evaluate and respond to employee issues in a timely and unbiased manner; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; work independently and with minimal supervision in meeting various time deadlines and work pressures; evaluate programs and processes for efficiency; effectively deal with stress caused by strict deadlines and work volume; exercise initiative, interpret, apply, and explain pertinent laws, ordinances, and regulations; independent judgment and to act resourcefully under varying conditions; maintain strict confidentiality related to sensitive administrative and executive information; perform basic mathematical calculations; operate personal computer (windows) in utilizing various programs (MS Word, Excel, Page Maker, Power Point, etc.) to produce or compose formal documents, reports and records; establish and maintain comprehensive records and files; operate standard office equipment; develop effective working relationships with supervisors, fellow employees, and the public.

2. Special Qualifications:

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration.

Basic computer knowledge.

4. Work Environment:

Incumbent of the position performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require variety of physical activities, not generally involving muscular strain, but do require frequent walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching and occasional lifting. Talking, hearing and seeing are essential physical capabilities of the position. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity required for many tasks. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability and discriminating thinking

Equipment Operator III (IN HOUSE ONLY)















Socorro County

Job Description

Job Title: Equipment Operator III Job Code: 1115

Division: Operations Effective Date: 04/15

Department: Road Last Revised:

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs advanced level skilled tasks in the operations and maintenance of light and heavy duty equipment as needed to construct, maintain, or repair county roads and service systems. Performs as a trouble shooter with competence at master level in all aspects of heavy equipment operation.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the general direction of Road Supervisor or Foreman.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None. May provide oversight to the Maintenance Operators I&II while in training or on new equipment.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Performs pre-trip inspection to ensure safe operations of trucks and equipment per regulations.

2. Preforms work orders; assists labor crews; may flag traffic around work site.

3. Repairs, builds or installs, sewer pipes, man holes, catch basins, lift stations, valves and/or leaks; may cut and thread pipes.

4. Operates trucks, dump trucks and pups, snow plow and sanders in hauling, plowing and cleaning streets and highways; repairs and replaces highway markers and road signs; operates mower to clear and maintain weed growth; controls tree growth in the right-of-ways; operates dozer as needed to control fires by pushing fire breaks.

5. Operates specialized heavy equipment such as dozer, and medium equipment such as backhoe, front-end loader, water wagon, oiling truck; operates sweeper, chipper, roller, tractor, and other similar equipment in the maintenance, construction and repair of county road system; monitors flood control channels to prevent blockage, clears culverts of debris; repairs pot holes, highway shoulders, lays road cover and gravel.

6. Operates a loader to move materials into dump trucks and hoppers, set and back-fill structures and pipes to repair erosion and washouts, and dig out bad road materials.

7. Checks and services assigned equipment; performs routine maintenance and emergency repairs; reports mechanical problems to supervisor and the shop for repair; operates a variety of hand and power tools in performing general maintenance of vehicles and equipment; may assist in the fabrication of equipment parts.

8. Performs diverse duties as needed to assist in the operation of rock crusher; assists in the stockpiling of gravel, chips and rock utilized in building road base and surfacing.

9. Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. Sufficient education and training to demonstrate an aptitude or ability to perform above and related duties;

AND

B. Five (5) years of experience in operation and maintenance of medium and heavy sized equipment;

OR

C. An equivalent combination of education and experience.


Equipment Operator III, page 2

2. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Working knowledge of various light to heavy equipment; hazards and safety precautions related to construction and equipment operation; traffic laws, ordinances, and regulations; construction methods and procedures typical to county service systems; equipment parts and preventive maintenance for the same.

Journey level skill in the operation of heavy mechanized equipment as required by the position, i.e., Roller, Sweeper, Chipper Box, 10-Wheel Dump, Loader, Belly Dump, Track Loader, Cat/Dozer, Road Grader, Sanders, Water Truck, etc.

Ability to operate simple to complex heavy duty equipment; operate heavy equipment in various conditions; perform manual tasks for sustained periods of time; perform minor equipment maintenance and repair; follow written and verbal instructions; read and understand prints and plans; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, the public and supervisors.

A performance examination will be required to demonstrate the incumbent can operate the equipment needed to perform the essential functions of the next level.

3. Special Qualifications:

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration.

Must possess a valid New Mexico Commercial Driver’s License (CDL Class “B) and undergo periodic State DMV license status verification.

Five (5) years of experience operating heavy and light equipment or an equivalent amount of education and/or experience.

Obtain training required to operate dozer as needed to control fires by pushing fire breaks.

4. Work Environment:

Tasks require variety of physical activities, generally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, and lifting. Aspects of the work require talking, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger, leg and foot dexterity exist. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and some creative problem solving. Continuous travel in automobile or heavy equipment required in job performance.

This is the third of a three-level series in the Equipment Operator job family.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION

At this level the work usually requires an advanced to master skill level. The incumbent performs an extensive range of operator tasks. These include performing responsible and/or difficult processes, as well as interpreting and applying both general and departmental policies and procedures. A supervisor defines the objectives, priorities, and deadlines of the work, but the incumbent plans and performs successive steps and resolves problems independently.





Road Department Laborer 1



Socorro County

Job Description

Job Title: Laborer I Job Code: 1121

Division: Operations Effective Date: 04/15

Department: Road Last Revised:

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs entry level heavy physical labor, routine and semi-skilled tasks as needed to assist in the completion of various road department projects.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the close supervision of the foreman.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Performs manual labor such as loading and unloading trucks. Performs routine and/or preventative cleaning tasks to include, buildings, roads, parking lots, and yards. Performs tasks requiring the use of a variety of hand tools and energized equipment such as picks, shovels, rakes, chain saws, jack hammers, and other medium equipment. Cleans, maintains, and stores assigned tools and equipment.

2. Operates road equipment to load materials into dump trucks and hoppers, to repair erosion and washouts, dig out bad road material, clean drainage channels, ditches, and medians and to remove snow from road.

3. Completes minor repairs on equipment such as repairing flats and replacing lights.

4. Performs preventive maintenance on vehicles by changing oil and filters, greasing parts, checking and changing batteries, checking radiator and tire pressure, inspecting transmission fluids, and washing cars.

5. Operates equipment by performing snow removal and hauling garbage, supplies, and fuel to its destinations.

6. Works the grader for mixing materials on the platform and roadway, blades unpaved roads, pulls ditches, reshapes shoulders, and removes asphalt mats.

7. Performs other related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. Sufficient education and training to demonstrate an aptitude or ability to perform above and related duties;

AND

B. One (1) year of general construction or general work experience;

OR

C. An equivalent combination of education and experience.


Laborer, page 2

2. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Some knowledge of various light to heavy equipment; hazards and safety precautions related to construction and equipment operation; traffic laws, ordinances, and regulations; construction methods and procedures typical to county service systems; equipment parts and preventive maintenance for the same.

Some Skill in operation of medium and heavy equipment.

Ability to operate simple to complex equipment in various conditions; perform manual tasks for sustained periods of time; perform minor equipment maintenance and repair; follow written and verbal instructions; read and understand prints and plans; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, the public and supervisors.

3. Special Qualifications:

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration.

Must possess a valid New Mexico Motor Vehicle License and undergo periodic State DMV license status verification.

Demonstrate the ability to operate a single-axle dump truck, small tractor, roller, loader, and mower.

4. Work Environment:

Tasks require variety of physical activities, generally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, and lifting. Talking, hearing and seeing required to safely perform essential functions. Common eye, hand, finger, leg and foot dexterity exist. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and some creative problem solving. Continuous travel in automobile or heavy equipment required in job performance.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION

This is the first of a two-level series in the laborer job family.

Distinguishing features of this description:

At this level the incumbent receives instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise. This work involves steps, processes, and/or methods that require the application of established processes, policies and procedures. The incumbent exercises initiative and judgment in distinguishing amongst routine variables and identifying the applicable standards. Work is performed under direct supervision with new tasks explained in detail. As experience increases and tasks become familiar, work is performed under more general supervision.


Road Projects Supervisor





Socorro County

Job Description

Job Title: Road Projects Supervisor Job Code: 1105

Division: Operations Effective Date: 04/15

Department: Road Last Revised: 02/09

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs direct in-field supervision of employees working on all phases of construction, maintenance, and repair operations and projects of the Roads Department. Performs a variety of highly skilled tasks in the operation and maintenance of light to heavy duty equipment to construct, maintain, or repair county roads and service systems.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the general direction of Road Superintendent.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

Provides general policy guidance and direct supervision to road crews, and mechanics.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Supervises employees by hiring, orienting, scheduling, training, assigning and reviewing work performance, completing performance evaluations, and taking disciplinary action.

2. Oversees, maintains, and coordinates the road projects for Socorro County. Represents the county, attends pre-construction conferences as needed to coordinate involvement of local contractors, special districts, the city departments and local utilities as needed.

3. Determines maintenance priorities, e.g., seal coating, dust control, traffic counts, spring cleanup, cattle guard mapping (GPS), etc., Establishes work schedules and deadlines; inspects work in progress to assure that workmanship conforms to specifications and that construction and maintenance schedules are adhered to; oversees record keeping of all work performed, hours worked by individual employees, time records for departmental payroll, and leave records.

4. Maintains daily project records; reads and interprets plans; determines plan conformity to established standards; monitors maintenance data.

5. Discusses maintenance problems with Road Director, contract engineer(s), contractor or other personnel; evaluates scope of problem and determines alternative course(s) of action; exercises professional judgment where errors could produce costly consequences.

6. Ensures equipment is serviced and maintained for construction projects; completes inspections and reviews service records for the road equipment.

7. Performs basic surveying and excavating clearances for projects prior to construction.

8. Completes semi-skilled and skilled duties for highway maintenance and construction projects.

9. Operates a variety of road transportation vehicles during road construction; re-grades dirt roads annually; works on call 24 hours a day to respond to obstructions and problems with transportation access.

10. Researches and may order materials for new and existing road construction projects.

11. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Road Projects Supervisor, page 2

MINIMUM QUALFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. Sufficient education and training to demonstrate an aptitude or ability to perform above and related duties;

AND

B. Ten (10) years of general road and bridge construction experience; basic civil engineering, public works construction management or related field, two (2) years of which must have been in a position equivalent to that of foreman or crew leader;

OR

C. An equivalent combination of education and experience.

2. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Thorough knowledge of blueprints, grades, machinery, materials, and methods on constructing roads, bridges, drainage systems, culverts; solid waste regulations and procedures; etc.; of principles of supervision and worker motivation; general accounting principles and practices; budget development and control programs; safety standards related to road and bridge construction; hazards common to heavy equipment operation; equipment maintenance and repair standards; engineering/architectural design development procedures, cost analysis and scheduling practices. Working knowledge of engineering processes and procedures; engineering principles and methods; civil engineering standards; building. Plumbing, electrical and mechanical codes; modern construction methods, practices, materials, tools and equipment.

Skill in the operation of heavy mechanized equipment as required by the position, i.e., Roller, Sweeper, Chipper Box, 10-Wheel Dump, Loader, Belly Dump, Track Loader, Cat/Dozer, Road Grader, Sanders, Water Truck, etc.

Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; plan, organize, and direct the affairs and operations of a department engaged in a variety of construction projects related to road and bridge systems; visualize completed projects in planning stages and estimate the end results; estimate quantity of materials accurately; develop and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, federal agencies, state agencies, local governments, subordinates, and the public.

3. Special Qualifications:

Must possess a valid New Mexico Commercial Driver’s License (CDL Class “B and undergo periodic State DMV license status verification.

Must be CPR certified.

Must possess State and BLM Drainage Training Certificate.

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration.

4. Work Environment:

Tasks require variety of physical activities, occasionally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, and lifting. Talking, hearing and seeing essential to the performance of daily job functions. Common eye, hand, finger, leg and foot dexterity exist. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, emotional stability, discriminating thinking and some creative problem solving. Daily travel in automobile or heavy equipment required in job performance.



NATIVE AMERICAN VOTER CLERK/OFFICE DEPUTY CLERK

SOCORRO COUNTY POSITION DESCRIPTION

Revised 03/2021

JOB TITLE: NATIVE AMERICAN VOTER CLERK/OFFICE DEPUTY CLERK I

Department: Office of the Clerk

Reports To: Socorro County Clerk

Any information contained in this job description has been designed to indicate the general

nature and level of work performed by employees within classification. It is not designed to

contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities

required of all employees assigned to this job.

POSITION SUMMARY

Under the supervision of the County Clerk, Chief Deputy Clerk or assigned supervisor, provides

information and assistance with voter rights to the extent that is needed to allow Native

Americans to effectively and efficiently participate in the electoral process.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

EXPERIENCE AND/OR EDUCATION:

1. High School diploma or the equivalent

2. Valid New Mexico Driver's License

3. The coordinator should preferably be fluent in both the English and Navajo languages

4. Preferably able to understand and communicate in English and Navajo

5. Preferably able to read and write in both English and Navajo

6. Preferably able to translate written and oral materials from English to Navajo especially

concerning election items

7. Basic computer knowledge

8. 2 years experience in the clerical field, which includes typing and customer service

9. Ability to learn basic knowledge of all laws, policies and ordinances pertaining to the

NVRA (National Voter Registration Act) process.

10. Able to instruct Native Americans on the election process

ABILITIES/SKILLS:

Preferably able to read and write proficiently in both English and Navajo; deal with the Public

and staff in a pleasant manner; prepare and analyze reports; must be able to assume

responsibility pleasantly and efficiently; ability to learn basic knowledge of all election laws,

policies and ordinances pertaining to voting rights including basic knowledge and

understanding of Federal Voting Rights Act.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Shall serve primarily at the Socorro County Clerk's Office and will be required to attend

meetings and travel to the area of the Alamo Chapter of the Navajo Nation.

2. Will be trained in all aspects of the election process.

3. Must attend all required election seminars, workshops and trainings conducted by the

Secretary of State and the Socorro County Clerk in different areas of the state.

4. Will serve as a county deputy registration officer and assist voters to complete voter

registration forms.

5. Provide voter registration information to the community of Alamo and notify them of

any registration deadlines.

6. Provide an opportunity to register to vote by making voter registration applications

available and offer assistance in filling out the application.

7. Will attend meetings of the Navajo communities within the county on a regular basis

and will make election information available.

8. Will attend Alamo Chapter meeting and chapter officers meeting to inform them of any

election information.

9. Shall notify the chapter officers in writing of any meetings or trainings before which the

coordinator will appear.

10. Must prepare and announce election information at Alamo Chapter meeting and with

local media. (KBAR)

11. Provide an opportunity to register to vote by making voter registration applications

available and offering assistance in filling out the application by providing booths or

displays at all tribal fairs or functions around the general area of Alamo Reservation

where permitted.

12. Will conduct at least one voter registration drive at Alamo prior to every primary and

general election.

13. Perform additional duties as required by supervisor.

14. Employee will assist in conducting training of all deputy registration officers, poll

officials, translators and other election related personnel who will participate in the

program.

WORKING CONDITIONS

1. May have to work extended hours and weekends when needed

2. Worker must be able to attend meetings in Socorro and other locations as directed.

3. Lifting object weighing up to 20 pounds

4. Viewing computer monitors up to 8 hours

EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND MATERIALS

1. Equipment typically used to perform duties that include telephone, computer, fax,

copy machine, postage machine, election machines, and printers.

2. Materials and products typically handled to perform duties include a wide variety of

forms and paperwork, reports that include registration forms, absentee applications,

voter registration lists and other election forms.

Employee Benefits

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Custodial Maintenance Worker











Socorro County

Job Description

Job Title: Custodial Maintenance Worker Job Code: 920

Division: Operations Effective Date: 04/15

Department: Facilities Management Last Revised:

GENERAL PURPOSE

Performs a variety of entry level unskilled and semi-skilled duties as needed to assure proper cleaning and routine maintenance of county facilities.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Works under the close to general supervision of the Grounds/Equipment Supervisor.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED

None

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1. Performs facility care and cleaning tasks such as vacuuming, mopping, floor stripping and refinishing, carpet cleaning, auto scrubbing, etc.

2. Monitors custodial supplies and materials inventory; apprises supervisor of shortages.

3. Sweeps, buffs, dusts, strips, washes, and polishes hard surface floors; washes and cleans walls, door frames, doors, and glass; empties and cleans waste receptacles; cleans disinfects and sanitizes rest room sinks and bowls; washes windows; vacuums and shampoos carpets and entry rugs and mats; maintains work closets and monitors availability of supplies.

4. Operates various cleaning equipment such as power buffer, carpet extraction machine, etc.; mixes chemicals as needed to perform specialized cleaning functions.

5. Performs general facility security checks; checks door locks and other systems for proper operation; opens and closes doors, allowing access to facilities during regular work hours.

6. Performs various logistical and minor maintenance duties; sets up for special events, moves tables, chairs, and podiums; assembles tables and miscellaneous furniture upon delivery, signs for deliveries; assists in performing general maintenance; replaces burned out lamps; performs routine plumbing and repairs.

7. Empties recycling receptacles; ensures proper processing of recyclable materials.

8. Operates motorized vehicles for outside landscape for mowing lawns and grounds maintenance.

9. Provides basic assistance to the general public directing them to various offices and locations within the facilities.

10. Performs related duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1. Education and Experience:

A. Graduation from high school or GED;

AND

B. One (1) year of general work experience preferably performing above or related duties.

OR

C. An equivalent combination of education and experience

2. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Some knowledge of procedures, tools, equipment and materials used in custodial work; safety practices of custodial work and use of cleaning agents and equipment; light painting and carpentry jobs.

Ability to operate tools and equipment used in custodial work; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to perform heavy lifting and other duties requiring moderate physical strength; decipher label warnings and instructions. Ability to develop working relationship with other employees and supervisor(s).

Custodial Maintenance Worker, page 2

3. Special Qualifications:

Must possess a New Mexico Driver’s License and undergo periodic State DMV license status verification.

Must pass FEMA/NIMS and ICS courses as required for the position, within a time frame designated by administration

4. Work Environment:

Incumbent of the position performs both indoor and outdoor physically demanding duties. Tasks require variety of physical activities, generally involving muscular strain, such as lifting, walking, and standing, stooping, reaching, hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger, leg and foot dexterity required. Bending, stooping, working on ladders, scaffolding, etc.; working in outside adverse weather conditions. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions, and emotional stability and discriminating thinking, guided problem solving. May be required to lift if excess of 50 pounds in normal course of job performance. On call to respond to emergency situations