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Sun City West Employment Portal

More than half of the 400 plus employees of the Rec Centers are Sun City West residents.  We work full-time or part-time at a variety of Sun City West locations in a variety of positions, including supervisors, monitors, starters, custodians, managers, range ball pickers, golf superintendents, program coordinators and more!

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Equal Employment Opportunity

The Recreation Centers of Sun City West Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Maricopa County Travel Reduction Program

Since 1994, The Recreation Centers of Sun City West has participated in the Maricopa County Travel Reduction Program as mandated by Arizona Revised Statute 49-588.  The goal of this program is to reduce single-occupancy vehicle miles and/or trips each.  All employees are encouraged to consider commuting alternatives which include: carpooling, biking, walking, electric golf carts or other electric vehicles, or working a compressed week (4 ten hour days).  More information is on the attached flyer or by calling the Travel Reduction Coordinator, 623-544-6104.

Travel Reduction and Outreach Division

Phone: 602.506.6010
Email: AQMail@mail.maricopa.gov

Maricopa.gov/AQ
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Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program
2019 Notice to Employees

BACKGROUND:
To improve air quality and reduce vehicle emissions in heavily traveled areas, the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) administers a mandatory vehicle emissions inspection program known as the Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP).

Arizona law (A.R.S. §49-542) requires vehicle emission inspection and testing for:
           Most vehicles registered in the Area A vehicle emissions control area of greater metro Phoenix (including parts of Maricopa County and parts of Pinal County and Yavapai County as defined by A.R.S. §49-541) and/or
           Most vehicles registered outside of Area A used to commute to a work site located within Area A.

For a map of the Area A vehicle emissions control area boundary and a link to the legal description, please visit the ADEQ website at azdeq.gov/environ/air/vei/images/areaa.html.

IF YOU LIVE AND WORK IN ARIZONA:
           Any vehicle you own and operate in Arizona must be registered in Arizona and display a valid Arizona license plate (some exceptions apply). For more information, please contact the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Motor Vehicle Division at 602-255-0072 or visit their website at azdot.gov/mvd.
           Any vehicle you use to drive to an Area A worksite is required to go through vehicle emissions testing. This applies even if you live outside of Area A.
           For employees who live outside of Area A, a proof of compliance form will be issued to you by the emissions testing facility at the time of emissions testing. Testing results, which are also sent electronically to ADOT, are needed for registration. After you submit your registration request, by mail or online, you will receive a registration tag for your license plate. For vehicles that are registered out-of-state (students/part-time employees) and that are parked on federal, state, or city parking properties, you will need to obtain an air quality compliance sticker for your driver’s window from ADOT. For more information, please call the ADEQ VEIP Hotline at 1-877-692-9227 (1-877-myAZcar) or visit their website at myazcar.com.
           In addition to any other criminal penalty provided by law, a person who does not comply with this law is subject to a civil penalty of $100 for a first violation and $300 for a second violation.

Programa de Inspección de Emisiones de Vehículo
2019 Anuncio a los Empleados

CONTEXTO:
Para mejorar la calidad del aire y reducir las emisiones de los vehículos en áreas de mucho tráfico, el Departamento de Calidad Ambiental de Arizona (ADEQ) administra un programa de inspección de emisiones de vehículo obligatorio conocido como el Programa de Inspección de Emisiones de Vehículo (VEIP).

La ley de Arizona (A.R.S. §49-542) exige inspección y prueba de emisiones vehiculares para:
           La mayoría de los vehículos matriculados en el Área A del sector de control de emisiones vehiculares del área metropolitana de Phoenix (la mayor parte del Condado Maricopa y sectores del Condado Pinal y el Condado Yavapai, según se define en A.R.S. §49-541) y/o
           La mayoría de los vehículos matriculados fuera del Área A utilizados para trasladarse a un lugar de trabajo dentro del Área A. Para un mapa de los limítrofes del Área A del sector de controles vehiculares y un enlace para la descripción legal, visite la página de Internet del ADEQ: azdeq.gov/environ/air/vei/images/areaa.html.

SI USTED VIVE Y TRABAJA EN ARIZONA ENTONCES:
           Cualquier vehículo del cual usted es dueño o que conduce en Arizona debe estar matriculado en Arizona y llevar de forma visible una placa válida de Arizona (algunas excepciones son válidas). Para mayor información, favor de llamar a la División de Vehículos Motorizados del Departamento del Transporte de Arizona (ADOT), al 602-255-0072 o visite su página web: azdot.gov/mvd.
           Cualquier vehículo que usted utiliza para desplazarse a un lugar de trabajo dentro del Área A va tener que someterse a una prueba de emisiones vehiculares. Esto aplica aún si usted vive fuera del Área A.
           Para los empleados que viven fuera del Área A, el centro para prueba de emisiones les entregará un certificado de cumplimiento al momento de someter el vehículo a la prueba de emisiones. Los resultados de la prueba, que también se envían electrónicamente al ADOT son necesarios para el registro. Después de enviar su solicitud de registro, por correo o por el internet, usted recibirá una etiqueta de registro de su matrícula. Para los vehículos que están registrados fuera del estado (estudiantes/empleados de tiempo parcial) y estacionados en federal, estado o propiedades de estacionamiento de la ciudad será necesario obtener una etiqueta adhesiva de conformidad de la calidad del aire para la ventana de su carro del ADOT. Para obtener mas información, favor de llamar al ADEQ VEIP al 1-877-692-9277 (1-877-myAZcar) o visite el sitio web myazcar.com.
           Además de cualquier pena criminal estipulada por la ley, la persona que no cumpla con esta ley estará sujeta a una pena civil de $100 por una primera infracción y $300 por una segunda infracción.