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Posted January 8, 2015

RFPs for Services - Tomales Village CSD
Contact Name: Bill Bonini, President
E-mail: wmabonini@yahoo.com
Job Description:
The Tomales Village Community Services District (TVCSD) is soliciting proposals from qualified professional firms or individuals licensed in the State of California to provide services and operations for the sewer system and Tomales Community Park for a period of 3 to 5 years with mandatory annual reviews. The required services are:

• Administrative Management/General Management Services
• Financial Management Services
• Operations & Maintenance Services

Services are more fully described in the Scope of Work set forth in the RFP’s posted at www.tomalescsd.ca.gov.

TVCSD is a government agency dedicated to operating and maintaining the local wastewater treatment system for the village of Tomales, in the northwest corner of Marin County. The district also maintains and operates our local Tomales Community Park. The unincorporated village of Tomales is located in northwest Marin County, California. Founded in 1850, the village has a steady population of about 200. Within its boundaries are two churches, two schools, the regional school district headquarters, and numerous small businesses. Agricultural lands, much of it protected from development by Marin Agricultural Land Trust, surround the town.

Respondents or their representatives with an interest in working with the TVCSD must refrain from contacting any public officials, or their employees, either directly or indirectly.

Respondents are required to submit two (2) printed copies and one (1) electronic copy of sealed proposal by no later than 4:00 p.m. on the Proposal Due Date to the address and email below.

Bill Bonini, Board President, Tomales Village Community Services District P.O. Box 92, Tomales, CA 94971
Email: mailto:wmabonini@yahoo.com
Phone: (707) 878-2271

The letter of introduction and interest required with the RFP must contain an original, handwritten signature of an authorized representative of respondent. Responding firms will not be allowed to make any changes or corrections after proposal packages are submitted.

The envelope and subject of the response must be marked: “XXXXXXXX Services.”
Proposals received after the Due Date will not be opened or considered.

Questions about RFP’s must be in writing or via email to the address provided. The deadline for submitting questions regarding this RFP is below. All responses to questions, including any significant changes and/or modifications, will be posted to TVCSD’s website (www.tomalescsd.ca.gov) as an Addendum.

RFP Timeline:

Financial Management Services
Optional Walk-Through: Upon Request
Request for Clarification due: February 20, 2015 Response to Questions: March 13, 2015 Proposal Due Date: March 20, 2015 Short List Published: April 3, 2015 Bidder Interviews Begin: April 10, 2015 Contractor Selection: May 8, 2015 District Awards Contract: May 15, 2015

Administrative Management/GM Services
Optional Walk-Through: Upon Request
Request for Clarification due: March 27, 2015 Response to Questions: April 17, 2015 Proposal Due Date: April 24, 2015 Short List Published: May 8, 2015 Bidder Interviews Begin: May 15, 2015 Contractor Selection: June 12, 2015 District Awards Contract: June 19, 2015

Operations & Maintenance Services
Optional Walk-Through: Upon Request
Request for Clarification due: April 24, 2015 Response to Questions: May 15, 2015 Proposal Due Date: May 22, 2015 Short List Published: June 5, 2015 Bidder Interviews Begin: June 12. 2015 Contractor Selection: July 10, 2015 District Awards Contract: July 17, 2015

Firms must be prepared to meet with the TVCSD representatives to discuss any portion of their qualification package before a decision is made concerning responses to this RFP. Respondents will be responsible for any costs associated with, or incurred in, preparing or responding to the RFP. All submitted responses will be retained as property of the TVCSD and will not be returned.

RFP’s contain, in general terms, the overall objectives of the TVCSD in obtaining the services of a contractor. While an attempt has been made to describe the general expectations of the TVCSD and the anticipated work to be performed, the TVCSD and the successful firm will need to define a more specific scope of work and fee schedule as part of the negotiation process.

TVCSD reserves the right to reject any or all Proposals, to waive all technicalities and to select the firm that the Board determines to best meet the needs of TVCSD for this contract.

Posted January 5, 2015
Bookkeeper & Office Manager - North Gualala Water Company
North Gualala Water Company, Inc. is a privately owned public utility located in Gualala, CA on the southern Mendocino coast. We provide water to 1000 customers. The Bower family also owns other businesses operating in the same office, which includes a motel, commercial and residential rentals, airport hangers, ministorage, and a construction company.

We are looking for a fast paced, energetic individual to join our company as a Bookkeeper & Office Manager to manage all aspects of bookkeeping, payroll, administration, and HR administration for these companies.

The Requirements
• Accounting/Finance education a requirement
• Business Management/Administration education a plus
• Well organized individual, able to manage multiple priorities and deadlines at the same time
• Highly motivated detail oriented self-starter with excellent oral and written communication skills
• Experience working with confidential information, high ethical standards, and stable work history
• Excellent computer skills using QuickBooks, MS Excel, Word, and databases
• Able to work late if needed for a deadline and weekends during emergencies

The Responsibility
• Payroll processing using AME software
• All aspects of bookkeeping using QuickBooks
• Administer all phases of customer orders
• HR administration including reviews, insurance enrollment, etc.
• Property management (work with tenants on lease agreements, property maintenance)

Salary dependent on experience and benefits include 2+ weeks vacation, standard holidays, Simple IRA plan with company contribution, plus full dental, vision and health insurance benefits
Please email your resume to jobapp707@gmail.com

Posted December 30, 2014
Temp Office Clerk - Clearlake Oaks County Water District
Contact Name: Magen Estep
E-mail: m.estep@clocwd.org
Job Description:
TEMPORARY OFFICE CLERK
Conditions of Salary Example of Minimum Knowledge Ability Physical

Posted December 30, 2014
Temp General Labor - Clearlake Oaks County Water District
Contact Name: Magen Estep
E-mail: m.estep@clocwd.org
Job Description:
TEMPORARY GENERAL LABOR

Conditions of Employment: This position is an \"at will\" basis, meaning you may resign at any time and that the General Manager may terminate your employment at any time, with or without cause. This position is classified as a Non-Exempt/Hourly Employee and reports directly to and receives general supervision from the Operations Manager.
Definition: Under general supervision performs a variety of light work, duties and tasks as required. Performs a variety of general labor task including housekeeping, vehicle washing, and maintenance work. This position will not be scheduled nor paid for any holiday, sick and/or vacation days. This position does not offer any health or retirement benefits.
Example of Duties: Monthly meter readings, rereads, turn-on and off services, performs errands as directed by office staff. Light maintenance on meters, boxes, upkeep of area around meter services, vehicles and equipment. Preventive maintenance, upkeep and cleaning of offices, buildings and structures. Work with field crews in carrying out their duties and any other duties as assigned.
Salary Range: $10.00 - $12.00 / hr
Minimum Requirements:
Education: High School Graduate or equivalent. Possession of California Motor Vehicle License.
Experience: Construction experience desired.
Knowledge of: General construction practices.
Ability To: Make the most efficient use of time and achieve the highest quality workmanship. Ability to follow oral and written direction, willingness to perform skilled tasks on an as needed basis. Physical strength and agility is required. Ability to maintain good working relationships with fellow employees and to maintain good public relations. Ability to maintain a clean and professional appearance for themselves, staff and the District facilities they are responsible for.
Physical
Requirements: Requires prolonged sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement and fine coordination. Additionally, the position requires near vision in reading correspondence and statistical data on the computer. Acute hearing is required when providing telephone service and communicating in person and position requires responding to public inquiries and complaints in a tactful and courteous manner. The Laborer participates in water and wastewater systems maintenance activities that may require walking on uneven ground, working around machinery, fumes, dirt and gas and sometimes during inclement weather. Employees in this classification will be required on a regular basis to don a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus and or perform work in “Confined Spaces”; all such work shall be performed within the parameters stipulated by California Department of Health and Safety Regulations as well as the District’s Safety Program and Illness and Injury Prevention Plan. Work may include considerable physical exertion, including heavy lifting, on an occasional basis. In emergency situations, the employee may be called upon to report for work and/or coordinate appropriate activities from a remote location.

Posted December 30, 2014
Operator II - Clearlake Oaks County Water District
Contact Name: Magen Estep
E-mail: m.estep@clocwd.org
Job Description:
OPERATOR II

Conditions of Employment: This position is an \"at will\" basis, meaning you may resign at any time and that the General Manager may terminate your employment at any time, with or without cause. This position is classified as a Non-Exempt/Hourly Employee and reports directly to and receives general supervision from the Operations Manager.
Definition: Under general supervision, performs a variety of maintenance, repair and operations work and performs related tasks as required. Operator II is expected to carry out maintenance and operations duties in accordance with stated operations procedures and instructions.
Example of Duties: Makes inspections and performs preventive maintenance on sewer and water plant, pump station machinery control, and equipment; takes and records readings of gauges, meters, charts and records results in operating logs; repairs and maintains pumps, motors, generators and other equipment; makes minor electrical repairs; inspects and repairs and replaces water and sewer lines; performs plumbing and electrical, carpentry and painting tasks; operates and maintains equipment such as backhoe, trencher, loaders and sewer cleaning equipment; reports operating problems to the Operations Supervisor; adheres to State safety procedures; handles chemicals related to the water treatment plant; assists in the day to day operations of the water and wastewater systems; other duties as assigned by Chief Operator(s) or the General/Operations Manager.
Salary Range: $16.45 and up (determined by experience) Minimum Requirements:
Education: High School Graduate or equivalent. Grade II California Water Distribution Operator Certification, Grade II California Water Treatment Operator Certification or Grade II California Wastewater Operator Certification and conversion from Class C to Class B California Motor Vehicle Operators License, with air break and tank endorsement, within one (1) year of employment.
Experience: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of High School and two years experience in construction, repair and maintenance of sewer and water lines, pumping stations and related facilities.
Knowledge of: Methods, materials, and equipment used in the operation and maintenance of water and/or wastewater treatment facilities or pipelines.
Ability To: Make the most efficient use of time and achieve the highest quality workmanship. Work with limited supervision; keep accurate records follow oral and written instruction; make emergency repairs within the collection and distribution systems and to District equipment; work cooperatively with others; exercise independent judgment and safety precautions; physical strength and agility are required. Ability to maintain good working relationships with fellow employees and to maintain good public relations. Ability to maintain a clean and professional appearance for themselves, staff and the District facilities they are responsible for. Must be able to take duty shifts as scheduled and respond within one (1) hour of a callout.

Physical
Requirements: Requires prolonged sitting, standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement and fine coordination in preparing statistical reports and data using a computer keyboard. Additionally, the position requires near vision in reading correspondence and statistical data on the computer. Acute hearing is required when providing telephone service and communicating in person and position requires responding to public inquiries and complaints in a tactful and courteous manner. The Operator participates in water and wastewater systems maintenance activities that may require walking on uneven ground, working around machinery, fumes, dirt and gas and sometimes during inclement weather. Employees in this classification will be required on a regular basis to don a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus and or perform work in “Confined Spaces”; all such work shall be performed within the parameters stipulated by California Department of Health and Safety Regulations as well as the District’s Safety Program and Illness and Injury Prevention Plan. Work may include considerable physical exertion, including heavy lifting, on an occasional basis. In emergency situations, the employee may be called upon to report for work and/or coordinate appropriate activities from a remote location.


Posted December 30, 2014
Temp Admin - Clearlake Oaks County Water District
Support Contact Name: Magen Estep
E-mail: m.estep@clocwd.org
Job Description:
TEMPORARY ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

Conditions of Employment: This position is an \"at will\" basis, meaning you may resign at any time and that the General Manager may terminate your employment at any time, with or without cause. This position is classified as a Non-Exempt/Hourly Employee and reports directly to and receives general supervision from the General Manager.
Definition: This position is classified as a temporary position. Employee will be scheduled to work less than 40 hours in one week. This position will not be scheduled nor paid for any holiday, sick and/or vacation days. This position is not eligible for health or retirement benefits. Under the direction of the General Manager this position will be required to perform a variety of clerical duties and special projects.
Salary Range: To be determined
Example of Duties: Including but not limited to: grant and loan filing and tracking, historical document research and organization, property title, easement and map research and retention, regulation compliance and performs all other duties and special projects as assigned by the General Manager.
Minimum Requirements
Education: High School Graduate or equivalent. Supplemental business / administration experience desired. Must possess a valid California Drivers License.
Experience: Minimum of one year customer service experience. Computerized accounting/billing experience desired.
Knowledge of: Must be proficient with a computer and have knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures.
Ability To: Understand and follow oral and written instruction; communicate District policy to the public; work cooperatively with coworkers, developers, and the general public; keep accurate records; work independently with little supervision. Type 25 words per minute and ten key numeric pad. Ability to maintain good working relationships with fellow employees and maintain good public relations. Ability to maintain a clean and professional appearance for themselves, staff and the District facilities they are responsible for.
Physical
Requirements: This position requires prolonged sitting, standing, walking, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, stooping, extended computer monitor exposure, repetitive hand motion, reaching, reading, writing, typing and lifting up to 25 pounds in performance of daily activities. Additionally, the position requires near vision in reading correspondence and statistical data on the computer. Acute hearing is required when providing telephone service and communicating in person and position requires responding to public inquiries and complaints in a tactful and courteous manner.

 

 

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