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Marinas Aide
CITY OF MIAMI
is accepting applications for the position of:
MARINAS AIDE
An Equal Opportunity Employer
SALARY:           $36,414.56 Annually
JOB CODE:        6068-20221219-ORIG
FLSA CODE:      Non-exempt position
OPENING DATE: 12/19/22                             CLOSING DATE: 01/20/23 05:00 PM
 
NATURE OF WORK:
 
This is responsible work assisting the Marinas Supervisor or designee with the operations of the City's marinas and dockage facilities.
 
Work involves recording of transient dockage reservations, assigning berths or moorings to boat owners; recording of assignments; collecting established fees; preparing daily reports for the Marinas Supervisors, assisting in the inspection of the facilities; performing maintenance and repairs to marina facilities and equipment, and assisting in the enforcement of marina's rules and regulations. May be responsible for supervising clerical, maintenance and custodial staff in the absence of the Marinas Supervisor. Work may also include the operation of a boat to transport persons to and from a mooring area. Work assignments and general supervision will be provided by the Marinas Supervisor or designee. An employee in this class is expected to exercise some independent judgment in making some decisions within the limits of established policies.
  
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
 
Assists the Marinas Supervisor in the assignment of berths and transient dockage reservations, execution of dockage agreements, preparation of reports, collection of dockage payments, and the proper entry and recording of customer information and dockage payments into the marinas computer system.
 
Meets arriving vessels and assists in vessel tie ups, berth assignments and related procedures. Operates forklifts and other work vessels at the marina facility.
Operates a boat for the purpose of transporting persons to and from a mooring area and/or to perform maintenance and repairs to marina facilities and equipment, ensuring that all safety standards and safe boating procedures are followed.
 
Assists in the inspection of marina facilities in order to maintain the safety of equipment and facilities. Performs maintenance and repairs to marina facilities and equipment.
 
Provides weather reports and related conditions for boating in the area as required. Assists in maintaining a log or record of yacht dock activity and operation.
Assists in the preparation of written reports and correspondence. Performs additional clerical duties as required.
 
Performs other related work as required.
 
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
 
REQUIREMENTS:
 
A high school diploma or its equivalent, and two (2) years experience in marina operations to include public contact work. Working knowledge of office equipment, including personal computers and software applications, is desirable. Possession of the USCG Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel or “6-Pack” License, the USCG Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vessel Limited License (launch tender license), and/or successful completion of the USCG Auxiliary’s Boating Skills and Seamanship (BS&S) course is highly desirable.
 
OR
 
Equivalent combination of education and experience beyond high school  diploma  or  its  equivalent and one (1) year of the required experience.
 
SPECIAL NOTE:
Must be willing to work holidays, nights, evenings, and weekends, as required.
 
DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS:
 
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.
 
Applicants, including City of Miami employees, must upload and submit attached copies of the following documents with the employment application. Please be sure to attach all required documents to your employment application each time you apply. Uploaded documents remain in your online profile but they will not attach automatically and you will be deemed ineligible without the proper documentation.
 
ALL DOCUMENTS SUBMITTED MUST BE CLEAR, LEGIBLE, AND IN PROPER FORMAT.
 
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION AND ARE ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF PROOF:
 
Proof of education in the form of a High School Diploma or its equivalent . Foreign diplomas/degrees must be submitted with a credential evaluation report from an approved credential evaluation agency*.
 
Translations of diploma/degrees are not accepted. If degree/diploma does not reflect the academic major on its face, transcripts must be submitted. If submitting transcripts, submitted transcripts must include the following: student's name, school name, number of credits, degree completion, and major. Audit/Academic reports are not accepted as substitutions for college transcripts.
 
To qualify under the equivalency clause, applicant must provide proof of education in one or more of the following applicable forms: transcript showing at least 60 college credits or Associate's degree or higher.
 
*Approved Credential Evaluation Agencies:
Credential evaluation reports showing the United States equivalency for academic credentials earned in other countries may be provided by:
 
An accredited four-year college or university in the United States, OR
A current member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), OR
 
A current member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE), OR A recognized Professional Organization
 
For additional list of approved credential evaluation agencies visit the Florida Department of Education.
 
It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that all required documents submitted with the employment application are in a format that is acceptable, clear and legible for eligibility determination or risk being disqualified.
 
Applicants, including City of Miami employees, must completely detail their work experience on the employment application or risk being disqualified. Resumes are not required and will not be reviewed in place of the employment application.
 
It is the applicant's responsibility to update their online profile with personal data, work experience, education, and certifications, when submitting application(s), failure to do so may result in disqualification.
 
Applicants must provide a valid email address in order to receive notification of eligibility.
 
Veterans Preference: Veterans Preference is awarded in accordance with Florida State Statute 295.07. If veteran's preference is being claimed, it must be indicated on the application form and proper documentation, including all forms DD-214 (Member 4) and the applicable FDVA- Veteran's Preference Certification Form(s) in accordance with rule 55A-
7.013 - Documentation of Preference Claim, must be submitted with the employment application.
 
FDVA Certification Forms: Please complete the applicable Veterans' Preference Certification Form(s). Form(s) must be uploaded with your employment application along with acceptable proof of veterans' preference.
 
Form VP1: VETERANS' PREFERENCE CERTIFICATE
Form VP2: CURRENT MEMBER OF THE RESERVE CERTIFICATION Form VP3: UNREMARRIED WIDOW or WIDOWER CERTIFICATE
 
Selection Preference for City Residents: In accordance with APM 2-02, applicants for classified positions who are City of Miami residents and new hires will receive preference in selection from interview ranking bands provided that any two (2) of the following documents are submitted with the employment application and again at time of interview:
 
  1. Utility bill dated within 60 days of the date of submission
  2. Valid Florida Driver License or State-issued I.D.
  3. Property Tax Statement dated within 1 year of the date of submission
  4. Properly executed valid lease agreement
  5. Homestead Exemption dated within 1 year of the date of submission
  6. Motor Vehicle Registration dated within 90 days of the date of submission
  7. Official school records or transcripts, dated within 90 days of the date of submission
  8. W-2 (or 1099) Tax Form dated within 1 year of the date of submission
 
City of Miami residents are granted selection preference over non-City of Miami residents within the same ranking band resulting from an interview process.
 
Selection Preference: Selection preference within the same ranking band resulting from an interview process will be granted in the following order: 1) preference eligible veterans, 2) active City of Miami employees, 3) City of Miami residents, 4) all others.
 
OPEN/NON-COMPETITIVE
  
NOTE: Submit a new application each time you apply for a city job. Proof of education (diplomas, degrees, certifications, if required) and other documentation required to meet minimum requirements must be submitted at time of application unless
 
otherwise indicated in the job announcement. Foreign degrees, certificates or diplomas require transcript evaluations by American colleges, universities, or a NACES approved transcript evaluation service, which determine reciprocity to education in the United States.
 
Veteran’s preference is awarded in accordance with Florida state statute 295. All Forms DD-214 must be submitted with the application, and must be legible. In addition to the DD-214, applicants who have been awarded combat campaign/expeditionary medals that are not reflected on the Form DD-214 must submit supplemental documents from the U. S. Department of Defense that demonstrate possession of a combat campaign/expeditionary medal by the closing date. If veteran’s preference is being claimed, questions related to military service must be answered on the application form. To receive disabled veteran’s preference, proof of a permanent service-connected disability or a current (less than 1 year old) letter of disability from the Department of Defense or Veteran’s Affairs that indicates the percentage of disability must be submitted with application. City employees and City of Miami residents may also receive preference during the hiring process. For more details, please visit the City website.
 
Prior to employment, successful completion of a background investigation will be required, and depending upon the type of position a medical examination may be required. Appointment (including promotions or transfers) to certain positions may require a drug screen, and be contingent upon submission of official transcripts. The City of Miami is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate.
 
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.miamigov.com/employment
 
OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
444 SW 2nd Avenue, 7th floor Miami, FL 33130
(305) 416-2170
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  • 1. Have you attached a copy of your high school diploma or its equivalent or higher and/or transcript plus a foreign credential evaluation report (if applicable) from an agency recognized as specified in the job announcement? Your diploma(s) and/or transcripts MUST be uploaded with your application for employment before the closing date. If not, your application will be deemed ineligible.
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Position: Marinas Aide
Organization: City of Miami
Location: Miami,  FL 
United States
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Posting Start Date: 1/11/2023
Date Posted: 1/11/2023
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Status: This listing expires on: 2/10/2023
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