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  • Events Coordinator - Viridian Event Center — West Jordan, (Full Time)
    $50,267/year - $75,403/year (Open till August 2, 2024)
    - Plans, organizes, and coordinates details of events and activities at the Center for the Arts and Viridian Event Center venues. - Conducts facility tours and site inspections. - Responds to phone, email, and text inquiries about scheduling rooms. - Meets with clients to discuss setup options, calculate cost estimates, and review checklists of requirements for use of facilities and approved service providers. - Finalizes rental agreements, records tentative and contracted dates on event calendar, and accepts deposits and fee payments. - Opens and secures facility before and after events. - Acts as primary point of contact with clients, custodians, and temporary staff to coordinate all details of scheduled events. - Cooperates with marketing team to promote and publicize events. Assembles and distributes promotional packets. Monitors and manages social media channels for events. - Explains and enforces rules and regulations regarding the use of center facilities. - Makes or arranges for last minute adjustments in events or equipment setup at the request of the client and resolves problems and concerns as they arise during scheduled events. - Monitors events throughout scheduled time period to ensure compliance with the client's contractual agreement and security/safety requirements. - Maintains database of events, community/media contacts, and list of authorized caterers, as established by County contract. - Prepares financial, statistical, or other reports and provides general administrative support. - Tracks venue design and redesign capital projects.
  • Database Administrator II - Library (open until filled) — West Jordan, (Part Time)
    $36.79/Hourly - $55.18/Hourly (Open till August 10, 2024)
    Creates databases, configures, and manages system database files. Identifies available space on data volumes, identifies the cause of performance degradation. Resolves backup/restore incidents. Identifies problematic execution plans. Monitors current sessions, identifies sessions that cause blocking activity, identifies sessions that consume resources, and configures the data collector. Configures an audit on SQL Server, queries the SQL Server audit log, and manages a SQL Server audit. Creates an availability group, configures read-only routing, manages failover, and creates distributed availability groups. Configures database performance settings, configures max server memory, configures the database scope, configures operators and alerts. Deploys cloud SQL Database, creates databases and resources in cloud. Works with user accounts and roles, secures database objects. Manages database object permissions, creates and maintains users, creates and maintains custom roles, and configures dynamic data masking. Implements database consistency checks, identifies database corruption, and recovers from database corruption. Assists with planning an IaaS or on-premises deployment, selecting the appropriate size for virtual machines, planning storage pools based on performance requirements, helps evaluate best practices for installation, and assists in design of storage layout for SQL Server virtual machines. Manages deployments that support multiple tenants. Identifies and repairs index fragmentation, identifies and creates missing indexes, identifies and drops underutilized indexes, and manages existing column store indexes. Supports the migration of databases from one environment to another. Configures log shipping, monitors log shipping. Under supervision and direction, acts as a backup to assist with very large databases when needed, configures alerting for failed backups, manages the process to back up database operating systems, manages transaction log backups, configures database recovery models, configures backup automation.
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Library employees work in a variety of positions across our 18 libraries, two reading rooms, the satellite jail location, administration, support services and our facilities team. The County Library is a division of Salt Lake County Department of Community Services.

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The Library offers a variety of positions both full and part-time. The majority of our positions, both full and part-time, are eligible for benefits. To support branch staffing needs, the Library employs for non-benefited, substitute positions as well.

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