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Rental Monitor (1040) - City of Bellevue ( Job # 13-0027)

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Minimum Salary: $9.19 per hour
Maximum Salary: $12.20 per hour
Employment Type: Part Time
Department: Parks & Community Services
Closes: March 29, 2013 at 8:00 AM
(Open to current employees and the general public.)

Summary

** This position is scheduled to close by 8:00 a.m. March 29, 2013.  If interested, please apply by the deadline date.

 

The City of Bellevue is currently seeking Rental Monitors to attend and oversee rentals at the South Bellevue Community Center. In partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue, the Community Center is designed to be “a partnership for a healthy community” and a place where you can make improvements in how you live your life. SBCC features a double gym, fitness/wellness center, dance studio, climbing wall, challenge course and community space for rentals.

This position reports to the Manager. Individuals must be mature, trustworthy, and able to work independently. The employee is subject to an annual evaluation. A Washington State Patrol background check is a condition of employment.

This is a Temporary/1040 position.  This position is director-approved and employees are considered at-will for the duration of their status.  All temporary positions must work in one employment status at a time.  Temporary employees are not eligible for the full array of benefits offered to benefited employees, but are eligible to participate in PERS or MEBT II in accordance with state law and city administrative procedures.



Primary Responsibilities

  • Unlock building at scheduled time.
  • Conduct visible inspection with renter and note any unusual conditions.
  • Set/up breakdown of tables and chairs as requested.
  • Enforce policies governing Facility Rental Program (i.e., alcohol, noise,etc.)
  • Provide general custodial supervision and control ensuring facility is ready for next group/activity.
  • Call appropriate security when necessary.
  • Lock and secure building at end of rental period.
  • Other functions as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • Must be 21 years or older.
  • Work effectively and communicate with the public and fellow employees.
  • Follow written and oral instructions.
  • Present a neat and professional appearance.
  • Enthusiastic and positive outlook.
  • Must pass a Washington State Patrol criminal background check.

 

Physical Demands

  • Able to perform duties involving physical labor; such as bending, kneeling, standing, reaching, climbing, stooping, squatting, pushing, and twisting.
  • Able to lift 50 pounds.
  • Ability to assist during emergency situations.

 

Definition of a 1040

There is no specific end date for employees in this status. Therefore, working in this status can be on going for as long as required by business necessity. However, employees in this status cannot work more than 1,040 hours per calendar year, from January 1 to December 31.

  • On-Going Work of the City - Hired to work a maximum of 20 hours or fewer per week on an on-going basis, as long as 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time are not exceeded.
  • On-Call – Hired to work on a substitute or on-call basis with no guaranteed minimum hours of work, as long as 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time are not exceeded.
  • Combination Jobs - Can be hired to fill a combination of jobs as long as 20 hours per week or 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time are not exceeded.
  • Periods of Full Time - Can be assigned to work more than 20 hours per week up to full time on a temporary basis without transforming the assignment to a benefited position, as long 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time are not exceeded.
  • If the employee exceeds working 1,040 hours within a 12-month period of time in any capacity described above, the employee must be off payroll until January 1 of the new year.
  • Must be hired through the Informal Selection Process.
  • At-will for the duration of the 1040 Part Time status.

 

How To Apply

Click "Apply Now" to complete the application for this position.  For further information about this position, please contact Brad Bennett via email at bbennett@bellevuewa.gov or at 425.452.2813 or Kristina Ohlen via email at kohlen@bellevuewa.gov or at 425.555.3288.  If you need technical assistance with the online application, please contact our IT helpdesk at 425.452.4340.


Location
South Bellevue Community Center
14509 SE NewPort Way
Bellevue, WA 98006