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Tax Assessor      Crossing Guard      

Title of Position: Crossing Guard (Part-time)
Salary Range: $40.00 per day (no benefits)
Date Posted: 4/9/14
Statement of Duties: Under the general supervision of the Warwick Police Traffic Service Division Officer-in-Charge will be responsible for the safe crossing of school children before and after school hours. Duties and responsibilities include controlling the flow of vehicular traffic through the assigned area so as to maximize the safety of all individuals and vehicles traversing the area; directing actions of children and traffic at street intersections to ensure safe crossing; escorting children across the street; limiting the control of vehicular traffic consistent with RIGL 31-20-17; reporting obvious violations of state statutes and or city ordinances; reporting to Traffic Services Division any dangers or obstructions in the assigned areas that would impede assignment duties including but not limited to missing or damaged signs, malfunctioning traffic devices and defective sidewalks or road hazards; recording license numbers of vehicles disregarding traffic signals and reporting infractions to police; and performing other related duties as required.

Crossing guards will be offered employment within the City when school is not in session.
SPECIAL NOTE: Applicants must pass an extensive background investigation which will be conducted prior to employment selection. Negative findings may prevent applicants from being considered.
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Vacancy No: 111-1
Title of Position: Tax Assessor

Vacancy exists in the Finance Department/Tax Assessment Division
Salary Range: $85,000 – $100,000 per year
Date Posted: April 21, 2014
Deadline for Applying: May 2, 2014
Remarks: This is an Unclassified/Exempt Position.
Examination Weight: 100% Education & Experience
Statement of Duties: Under the general supervision of the Finance Director, will be responsible for the technical and administrative operations in the Tax Assessor's Office by performing the following duties. Plans and participates in the property tax assessment program and supervises its execution;prescribes procedures to be followed in the valuation of land, buildings, improvements, tangible and motor vehicles;ensures that procedures are carried out in compliance with all legal requirements;prepares and certifies tax roll;represents the City regarding tax valuations before the Board of Appeals and/or the courts;supervises and directs the activities of all employees in the Tax Assessor's Division engaged in the preparation of assessments for tax bills, keeping tax rolls, map updates, taxes levied and determining property values;oversees full and statistical revaluations;responds to complaints, and answer questions concerning taxes and appraisal values;communicates effectively with taxpayers and maintains a positive and effective relationship with City staff;and performs related duties as required.
Education & Experience: Applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree from four-year College or technical school;supplemented with at least five years related work experience and/or training. Must have knowledge of the Rhode Island Taxation, Open Meetings and Access to Public Records laws. A Certified Assessor Designation is preferred.
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