Career Opportunities with the City of Tucson

Today's edition of NewsNet features some employment opportunities at the City of Tucson, an innovative, progressive, and dynamic organization whose mission is to deliver exceptional service to its residents. We focus on employees’ success, empowerment, and staff development. Learn more about job opportunities at the links below or visit our online employment center.

PARKING SERVICES AGENT - A parking services agent works in the Park Tucson division of the Tucson Department of Transportation. An agent patrols neighborhoods and the Downtown, University of Arizona, Historic 4th Avenue, and Main Gate/Mercado districts to enforce City parking ordinances. This may be via foot, bicycle, or vehicle. Agents also assist in processing parking applications, issuing permits, and surveying neighborhood areas and parking patterns to determine qualifications for a permit program. Applications must be received by June 11. A practical exam will be held June 17. 

TRAFFIC CONTROL TECHNICIAN - The Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) is seeking to fill a traffic control technician vacancy in the Sign Shop area of the Streets and Traffic Maintenance Division. The primary function of this position is to assist in the manufacturing, installation, and repair of street signs. The selected individual also will be responsible for setting up safety equipment and traffic control devices to ensure a safe work zone for work crews and motorists. Minimum qualifications for this position include six months of post-high school education, a valid and unrestricted Class D Driver License, and at least one year of experience assisting in the installation of roadway markings and street signs. Applications are due by June 11. Oral board interviews will be held June 21. 

FINANCE ADMINISTRATOR - The City of Tucson's Business Services department has a job opening for a finance administrator. The position is responsible for leading the Financial Operations division that includes the following sections: Accounting, Financial Reporting, Treasury, Debt Issuance and Post-Issuance Compliance, Investments, and Collections. Duties include managing the division, administering budgets and contracts, determining the impact of financial decisions, and representing the division on special projects and issues. Minimum qualifications include possessing a bachelor’s degree and having at least four of five required years in a supervisory capacity in a finance-related functional area. Applications must be received by June 12. Oral board interviews will be held the week of July 8. 

FUEL STATION MECHANIC - A fuel station mechanic works in the City of Tucson's Environmental & General Services department and is responsible for maintaining the operation of refueling stations, natural gas compressors, and related equipment. A fuel station mechanic also maintains records, reports, and inventory. He or she may help perform scheduled and emergency maintenance. The position is subject to after-hours and weekend work as needed. Applicants should have at least four years of experience in maintaining, repairing, and diagnosing problems in electrical and mechanical systems in commercial applications. The deadline to apply is June 16. Oral board interviews will be held July 2. 

SENIOR ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS - The City of Tucson is accepting applications for senior engineering technicians in the Tucson Water department's Plant Design and Distribution Design sections. These positions require design experience that includes proficiency in creating and working with grading, drainage, water, sewer, utilities, and roadway plans. Autodesk AutoCAD Civil3D is the primary software used for creation and revisions of engineering plans. Two years of experience in computer-aided drafting or geographic information systems and an associate degree are required. Applications must be received by June 27. An AutoCAD practical examination will be held July 8-10.