1 COMMENT Apopka City Hall This would be a great opportunity, if the forms to apply for the positions actually allowed you to submit the application. Tried 3 times and was unable to submit StatusOpen Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The Anatomy of Fear TAGScareersCity of ApopkaClerkDescriptionsFull-TimeHuman ResourcesJobsPolice DepartmentPositionsSpecialist II Previous articleNews Flash: Orange Co. continues COVID-19 relief programs for ApopkaNext articleNextdoor has made being a nosy neighbor socially acceptable Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR PublishedOct 21, 2020, 09:30 AM Human Resources Specialist II (Human Resources Department) From the City of ApopkaThe City of Apopka announces two new job openings working in the Police Department and Human Resources. The details of the positions follow, each one offering an opportunity to serve the residents of Apopka in a significant and unique way.If interested in applying for either position, click here to apply online.Records Clerk (Police Department) Under occasional supervision, this position performs various routine-to-moderately complex and specialized clerical activities related to the maintenance and processing of Police records, Florida Incident Based Records, National Incident Based Records and Crime Data Reporting. Performs related clerical and administrative work as assigned. Reports to the Records Supervisor.QualificationsHigh School Diploma or GED equivalent.Miscellaneous InformationThe City of Apopka reserves the right to fill positions prior to the closing date and also reserves the right to close the posting prior to the date indicated. Positions will be filled by competitive selection from among categories of qualified and available candidates. It is the policy of the City of Apopka to give first consideration to all employees and other internal applicants prior to considering external (outside) applicants. Applicants should expect a starting salary at the minimum of the pay grade range; applicants with exceptional qualifications and/or experience may be eligible for a rate of pay which is higher than the range minimum upon approval by Administration. Your social security number is requested for the purpose of payroll eligibility verification, processing employment benefits, applicant and employee background checks, and income reporting and will be used solely for those purposes. The City of Apopka participates in E-Verify. Employers are required by federal law to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. We utilize the E-Verify system to process our new hires. We provide information to the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security with Information from each new employee’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER, DRUG TESTING REQUIRED, VETERANS PREFERENCE OFFERED ON INITIAL HIRE. QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES MAY APPLY AND MAY BE REASONABLY ACCOMMODATED. Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate CategoryFull Time Postings CategoryFull Time Postings October 22, 2020 at 11:52 pm StatusOpen Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Selected individual is responsible for assisting with the Human Resources Information System (HRIS) for the Human Resources (HR) department. Conducts quality assurance verifications on HRIS data to ensure accuracy, timeliness and compliance with policies and regulations. Performs analysis and reporting for HR related data. Performs tracking of key HR personnel data. Works under the Human Resource Operations Manager.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONSThe list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position.Oversees the processing and entering of personnel data into the HRIS in a timely fashionEnsures data integrity by performing regular data audits and data “clean ups,” and works with the HRIS manager to troubleshoot data integrity issues, when needed.Assist coordinate all testing activities for software upgrades and system changes.Performs data analysis and reviews I-9’s and FDLE files for compliance.Assist HR Manager deliver technology training based upon mutually established standards and best practicesSupports all areas of Human Resource management as required, e.g., classification activities, training, performance management, and job description maintenance.Assist with personnel files and ensure compliance with record retention requirements.Assists the Public information Office with responses to public records requests.Maintains open communication with coworkers, management, staff, the general public.Responsible for the Open Enrollment system set up and assist with compilation of data.Responsible for submitting monthly/quarterly/annual reports to other federal/governmental agencies as scheduled.Performs other duties as assigned/necessary which are related, or logical in assignment to the positionCRITICAL SKILLS/EXPERTISEAbility to research, identify, and apply appropriate analytical methods to include internet and networking.Considerable knowledge of City personnel, employment, benefits and payroll administrative policies and procedures.Proficiency in Microsoft Office.Technology acumen to leverage relevant tools and applications.Good data and statistical analysis skills.Considerable knowledge of modern office procedures and equipment; considerable knowledge of clerical and secretarial support functions.Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.Skill in using good judgment, discretion, and confidentiality in the performance of duties.Considerable knowledge of business English, e.g., correspondence formats, spelling, punctuation and grammar.Ability to perform routine mathematical computations and tabulations accurately and efficiently.Ability to operate basic office equipment e.g., computer terminals, printers, scanner, copy machines, telephone systems, facsimile machines.Ability to read, update and maintain various records and files; knowledge of administrative support functions, e.g., records maintenance, data analysis, reports processing, documentation proofing.Must be able to maintain moderately complex office files and related records; to prepare correspondence and to perform office tasks.JOB LOCATION – Human Resource office in City Hall. Some travel to other City locations as required for meetings, etc. Limited travel to meetings and seminars will be required.EQUIPMENT USED – Telephone, typewriter, calculator, copy machine, facsimile machine, computer, printer, scanner and camera. All types of general office equipment and office related equipment. Car or light truck for travel, when necessary.NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS – Keeping work areas clean and organized.QualificationsMINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS High School Diploma or GED; supplemented by three to five (3-5) years’ experience in Human Resources and clerical/secretarial support functions; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training and/or experience. A two (2) college degree on HR or related field preferred. Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License. Salary$14.9178/hr – $24.2413/hr Reply ClosingNov 20, 2020, 11:59 PM SalaryAnnual Pay Grade Range: $45,429.51 – $73,822.95 PublishedOct 21, 2020, 08:00 AM LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Lila Marie Jackson Please enter your comment! You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here ClosingNov 04, 2020, 05:00 PM
The 24-year-old, who spent last season on loan at the KC Stadium, has signed for an undisclosed club-record fee, which it is understood could eventually amount to £8million, on a three-year deal. Livermore told Hull’s official website, www.hullcitytigers.com: “I’m delighted to be joining Hull City on a permanent basis. I thoroughly enjoyed my season here on loan and I firmly believe that this club will keep on going from strength to strength. Press Association Hull have completed the permanent signing of Tottenham midfielder Jake Livermore. “I made my feelings known that I wanted to come here permanently and once the two clubs had agreed the fee, it was very straightforward.” Livermore arrived on Humberside in August last year after the Tigers struck a loan deal with Spurs, and excelled in what proved to be the club’s best top-flight season yet. He made 41 senior appearances as Hull finished in 16th place in their first season back in the top flight and reached the FA Cup final. The club is currently preparing for its maiden European campaign having qualified for the Europa League as a result of its domestic cup exploits. Manager Steve Bruce knows he will have to strengthen his squad to cope with the extra demands, but securing one of his key men from the last campaign represents a major boost. City have been linked with a series of potential targets already this summer with Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass the latest.
Attacking West Indies opener Evin Lewis has climbed into the top five of the ICC Twenty20 batting rankings but champion off-spinner Sunil Narine has lost ground.In the latest rankings released Friday, the left-handed Lewis jumped one place to fifth, on 753 ratings points.Lewis has emerged as one of the Windies most dependable players in the shortest format, following his debut two years ago. In his last three T20 International innings, he has lashed a hundred and two half-centuries.The 26-year-old is the only Caribbean player in the top 20, with veteran right-hander Marlon Samuels the next highest ranked batsman at 24th.In the bowling rankings, leg-spinner Samuel Badree has remained steady at number four, despite taking two wickets in his last four T20 Internationals.The 37-year-old, once the top-rated T20 bowler, now sits behind number one Rashid Khan of Afghanistan, with another leg-spinner Shadab Khan of Pakistan in second spot.There was no such good fortune for Narine, however, who slipped four places to 18th in the rankings.The 30-year-old is one of the world’s finest spinners in the shortest format but has not played for West Indies since the one-off T20 International against England last September.He and Badree are the only two Windies players in the top 20, with captain Carlos Brathwaite the next best positioned at 26th.
Share Betfred secures British Masters title extension July 27, 2020 Submit Betfred supports Stroke Association with £32,000 donation July 29, 2020 Related Articles Betfred debuts new rockabilly TV campaign promoting ‘Nifty Fifty’ live draws July 31, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Super League explodes back into action this week and it promises to be the most exciting yet, with a number of sides staking valid claims that they will be contesting the Grand Final come October.Leeds Rhinos surprised everyone last time out, defeating the runaway league leaders Castleford Tigers in the Old Trafford showpiece to claim their eighth title.SBC has been speaking to Betfred spokesman Peter Spencer, who has explained the growing appeal of Rugby League betting: “We’ve had more money on Rugby League than we’ve ever had after our sponsorship started, and you couldn’t have got a better season than last year.“Every single week there was some kind of talking point, or drama, or controversy, and with Castleford, everyone thought they would take the Grand Final, until, you know what happened.”Following last season’s disappointment, it is Castleford who find themselves as favourites with the bookies, with Spencer explaining exactly why and giving a brief insight into the reasons behind the disappointment of last season: “Castleford are 4/1 favourites because of their exploits last season, we think that they would’ve won the Grand Final but for the upset in the camp surrounding Zak Hardaker disrupting their planning. “That has been generally accepted now by the players, who I spoke to on Thursday (January 25), that’s the general consensus.“It affected all the players with him being such a key player, but that’s not taking it away from Leeds who obviously did brilliantly in that final and their big guns performed extremely well.“So there is a lot of money on Castleford thinking, not that they were cheated out of winning it or anything like that, but the fact is that they were the outstanding team with the brand of rugby they played.”Away from The Jungle and Spencer went on to detail who to watch out for in the chasing pack: “The key to the season, we think, is whether the big guns, St Helens and Wigan (both 9/2), can put the upstarts Castleford back in their place.“With Leeds handily placed at 6/1 along with Warrington, who are the team everyone has got their eye on because of how bad they were last year.“And Hull also nicely placed at 5/1, fourth favourites, because they have this giant pack, and did well in the Challenge Cup which they won two years running, but haven’t really got the consistency, yet, to win the Grand Final.”Before discussing who could possibly be the one to watch this season, and glancing south towards the sides largely expected to be scraping at the foot of the table: “People seem to think that Hull KR will do better than expected, they’re 150/1, and there’s a fair amount of money on that.“They have got some decent players, and they are the dark horses.“Widnes it is generally accepted, who have drifted out to 250/1, will be bottom.“It is generally accepted that they’re going to be the side who will struggle most, and Salford too under the new fans ownership.“They made such a fantastic start [last season], and were fourth at one point, and now they are 100/1 for the Grand Final because it has all changed on the pitch and behind the scenes.“They will probably end up being weaker because they haven’t got that financial backing that they had previously, although there might be more unity than previously.”In terms of this season’s individual honours it is St Helens fullback Ben Barba installed as the 8/1 favourite to be named Man of Steel, with fellow Saint Alex Walmsley, who has question marks hanging over his head regarding a move to Australia, at 18/1Luke Gale is 10/1 to hold onto his title for another season, while George Williams is handily placed at 14/1 should Wigan Warriors season go to plan, and Rhinos’ Matt Parcell 16/1.Top try scorer odds sees Castleford’s Greg Eden the 7/1 favourite, Joe Burgess of Wigan is just behind on 8/1, trailed by Huddersfield Giants Jermaine McGillvary and Garry Lo, also of the Tigers, at 12/1.Anticipating the possibility of an exciting season of Rugby League, Fred Done concluded: “If this season is anything like as good as last, we’re in for a thumping good time.“These Rugby League people, on and off the pitch, mean business, and that’s why I had no hesitation in extending our sponsorship from Super League to include the Championship and League 1.”