June 2, 2014
Under direction from the Records Supervisor, the employee in this position will perform technical and specialized support work for the Department of Public Safety and Pierce County Sheriff’s Office. Receives, processes, and handles a variety of law enforcement and security reports; communicates with law enforcement personnel and other appropriate agencies to obtain and provide information; manages ODDS Security database ensuring accurate data entry; performs clerical duties such as filing, assisting with compiling data for reports, and duplicating and distributing materials as requested; conducts in-house review of excluded passengers and recommends modifications as necessary; handles division records in accordance with Washington State Law Enforcement Records Retention Schedule; responds to and resolves customer and employee complaints regarding transit-security related issues; provides assistance to Records Supervisor; and performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.
Hiring Range: $44,911 – $52,770 annually, paid on a bi-weekly basis.
Required: Associate’s Degree and two years general clerical in record keeping and public contact experience. Desired: Additional education in Business, Public Administration, or criminal justice training. Special Requirements: Successful completion of thorough background investigation to include: application process, interview, background investigation, fingerprinting, credit check, and polygraph. Must be able to successfully pass the Pierce Transit Office of Public Safety and Pierce County Sheriff’s Department “Certification of Standards” review. Must obtain certification with the Washington State Patrol as a Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC). Must obtain Sensitive Security Information (SSI) and Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII) certification.
Knowledge of: Applicable Federal, state and local laws, codes, regulations, and/or ordinances; data management and archival principles; Washington State’s law enforcement retention schedule; modern office procedures and administrative support methods; customer service principles; and modern office equipment. Skill in: Interpreting and applying applicable laws, codes, regulations, and standards; record and file management; preparing documents and correspondence; researching and reporting information; utilizing a computer and relevant software applications; working appropriately with confidential, Sensitive Security Information (SSI), Law Enforcement Sensitive Information, Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII) and various other materials and documents; entering information with speed and accuracy; managing time and prioritizing work activities; communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
How to Apply: To receive consideration, applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and completed Pierce Transit application clearly showing how you meet the minimum qualifications listed above, before 4:00 p.m., June 2, 2014. Application materials may be downloaded from www.piercetransit.org/careers or obtained at Pierce Transit, 3701 96th
Street SW, Lakewood WA or by calling 253-581-8000.
Applicants who, in the judgment of Human Resources, most closely match the requirements of the position will be invited to appear for an interview. Selection of applicants for consideration will be determined by the information supplied on the application documents. It will be the responsibility of the applicant to supply sufficient information and detail to permit the Agency to properly determine the applicant’s qualifications, skills and abilities as they relate to the position.