Mohave County

With over 13,400 square miles, Mohave County is the fifth largest county in the U.S., and sixth largest county by population in Arizona . Situated in northwestern Arizona, it borders Utah, Nevada and California and contains elevations from 500 to over 8,400 feet above sea level. Mohave County is a rapidly growing county and has over 209,550 full time residents. Populations can exceed 350,000 during the winter "snowbird" season. Most residents live in one of the four incorporated cities: Kingman (the County seat); Bullhead City; Lake Havasu City; or Colorado City. Mohave County has over 1,000 miles of fresh water shoreline along the Colorado River and its lakes include Mohave, Havasu and Mead. Boating, jet skiing, water skiing, fishing and white water rafting opportunities abound. Wilderness areas lie a short drive in any direction within the County. Campers, hikers, mountain bikers, rock hounds and horseback riders find easy access to scenic trails, hidden creeks, hot springs, and beautiful southwestern vistas. The western portion of the Grand Canyon offers hikers some of the most spectacular views in the United States. Laughlin, Nevada, lies across the Colorado River from Bullhead City providing easy access to gaming activities, entertainment and nightlife. Las Vegas is only 90 minutes from Kingman with a bypass to tour the historic Hoover Dam.

 

 

44 job(s) at Mohave County

MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 08, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Do you desire a position where you make a difference in people's lives and serve justice? If so, the place to find that dream job is with the Mohave County Superior Court and Probation. Probation officers provide casework services to probationers at the direction of the Superior Court under the provisions of evidence-based practices and consistent with the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration (ACJA). The duties of a probation officer include supervising the caseloads of assigned probationers, meeting with probationers in their homes or at their places of school/work, conducting interviews and social or pre-sentence/pre-disposition investigations, evaluating probationers' progress, performing searches, and making arrests. Because probationers under Court supervision are convicted felons, felony adjudicated delinquents and/or persons with domestic violence convictions/adjudications, these job duties expose the probation officers to a risk of being assaulted by probationers, family members and others in proximity to the probationers. As a result, the probation officer position is designated as a safety-sensitive position in accordance with ACJA •6-106(A) and ACJA •6-107(A). All probation officers must "demonstrate, by proficiency testing, competency and understanding of the physical and verbal techniques and tactics presented at the defensive tactics training academy," ACJA •6-107(G)(1)(b). The proficiency testing is based upon whether they can perform the skills or tactics (or comparable alternatives) necessary for self-defense. Position will be open until filled. Initial review of applications will begin Monday, August 17, 2020. To Apply Note: Resumes are considered supplemental information only. Failure to complete the entire online application, including fully detailing all education and experience, will likely result in disqualification. Please read and follow the Superior Court Application Instructions . Complete and submit your application, resume, letter of interest online. Print, read, complete, and return to Superior Court Human Resources at 401 E. Spring St., Kingman, AZ 86401 the additional Probation Department Supplemental Application Packet . Note : Your application will not be screened until the Probation Department Supplemental Application packet is received by Superior Court Human Resources.Be sure your packet is notarized as well. Mohave County has 1200 miles of coastline, 300+ days of sunshine and a low cost of living. Explore all that Mohave County has to offer at http://www.mohavedevelopment.org/liveandplay/live-play/ Essential Job Functions Please see the job description for the job functions. Minimum Qualifications Be a United States citizen or legal resident. Have a bachelor's degree with a preference in the behavioral sciences or a related field from an accredited college or university. Be a minimum age of twenty-one (21) years. Must successfully pass a pre-employment character and fitness background investigation, including but not limited to: fingerprinting and criminal history records check, Department of Child Safety (DCS) Central Registry check, (MVD) driving records check, psychological evaluation, polygraph examination, and submit to and pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol screen. Must successfully complete 40-hour Defensive Tactics Training Academy as soon as practical, but no later than 120 days from the date of employment (see ACJA •6-107(G)). Must demonstrate, by proficiency testing, competency and understanding of the physical and verbal techniques and tactics presented at the Defensive Tactics Training Academy. Must successfully complete eight (8) hours of defensive tactics refresher training on an annual basis. Must maintain certificate of successful completion of defensive tactics training. Must successfully complete the Probation Certification Academy and Intensive Probation Institute, if assigned, within the first twelve (12) months of employment (see ACJA •6-107(F)). Must submit to a medical examination required by Corrections Officer Retirement Plan. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. If Probation Officer chooses to be armed, must attend and pass 40-hour Firearms Academy and maintain 8-hours annual "shoot" requirement for recertification purposes. Must obtain defensive driving certification and first aid/CPR certification within sixty (60) days of employment and maintain certifications while employed in this position. Must complete annual training as required by the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET). Employees are subject to immediate callout when an emergency, disaster or breach of homeland security occurs. Employees shall be available, unless excused, to ensure the court is adequately staffed during and immediately following natural and/or manmade disasters, infectious disease outbreaks, and acts of terrorism. This may require assisting other employees in the work unit in accomplishing assignments as necessary and the working of unusual, long hours over an extended period of time with infrequent breaks or rest periods. An employee who is working with an accommodation must meet with their supervisor and division head to discuss their requirement for response. This is a safety sensitive position. 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MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 08, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary The Mohave County Public Works Department is currently recruiting for a Facility Grounds Worker Senior in the Lake Havasu City Facility Maintenance Division. Performs advanced level maintenance work involved in maintaining, repairing and modifying county-owned buildings, facilities, parks and grounds. This is an advanced level class in the Facility/Grounds Worker series. Positions at this level are distinguished from other classes within the series by the complexity of duties assigned. Incumbents perform the most difficult and responsible types of duties within this series. Incumbents at this level are required to be fully trained in all related procedures. REPORTS TO Higher level of authority. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May exercise functional supervision of subordinate personnel in the absence of supervisor. Essential Job Functions Performs a variety of construction and maintenance work including air conditioning, carpentry, heating, electrical, plumbing, cement, roof repair work, apply sealants to prevent water intrusion, and perform acoustical ceiling work (T-bar ceilings) Finishing, painting, and welding in the maintenance and repair of buildings, air conditioning and heating units. Alters and repairs buildings, floors, roofs, walls, and related structures. Installs, repairs and alters electrical installations, components and equipment per code requirements. Installs or replaces electrical components such as wire, conduit, outlets, lighting fixtures, lighting ballasts, switches, circuit breakers, power appliances, timers and related equipment in existing or new electrical systems. Performs preventive maintenance of same. Forms, pours and finishes concrete floors and structures. Installs and repairs plumbing systems. Plumbing system work includes fixture and trim work on sinks, toilets, urinals, kitchen equipment, faucets, garbage disposals, roof drains and sinks, mop sinks, p-traps and trap primers, clean-outs, and landscaping systems and controls. Installs and repairs plaster and stucco materials on interior and exterior walls. Performs general carpentry tasks including, but not limited to, framing walls, adjusting doors/frames, and roof sheathing repair and replacement. Performs Gypsum Board (sheetrock) work including installing new Gypsum Board, taping, and texturing. Also includes Gypsum Board Wall Repair work. Prepare and Paint or refinish interior and exterior walls, ceilings and surfaces. Estimates, performs cost comparisons, selects and requisitions appropriate materials to complete work assignments. Picks up and delivers materials and supplies to job site. Plans and completes work assignments in accordance with blueprints, diagrams, specifications, oral and written instructions and in accordance with the standard procedures and safety precautions of the trade. Utilizes a variety of maintenance and grounds keeping equipment and mechanical hand and power tools in performing work assignments. Maintains daily work records of work done, material used and time spent. Maintains an adequate supply of materials, equipment and tools required to fulfill work assignments. Cleans, maintains and services required equipment and tools used during performance of work assignments. Performs other maintenance work assignments as required in other areas of general maintenance and construction. In absence of supervisor, provides functional supervision to associate personnel, determines priority and scheduling and assigning of work. Makes decisions on appropriate repair and service measures to take and evaluate service and repair work performed by subordinate personnel for adherence to established practices and procedures. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS May be responsible for the security of the county lock system which includes developing codes for a master key system, pining locks and cutting keys for system, and repairing, repining and replacing locks. Operates various machinery such as, mowers, edgers, trimmers, seeders, saws, and tillers. Installs and maintains sprinkler systems. Ensures the adherence to safe work practices and procedures. Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma/GED (General Education Degree) At least five (5) years successful increasingly responsible experience in the general maintenance/construction area and possibly with a focus on a specialty area such as facilities, locksmith, grounds keeping, or parks maintenance as a Facility/Grounds Worker. Or when filled from outside, at least five (5) years increasingly responsible experience as a Facility/Grounds Worker or related field involving the maintaining, constructing, repairing and modifying facilities and buildings with a focus on a specialty areas such as Locksmith; Grounds keeping; plumbing and/or HVAC. OR an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Must pass drug screen post offer. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of : Materials, techniques, practices and procedures of general maintenance and construction tasks to include carpentry, electrical, heating and air conditioning, plumbing, cement work, welding, locksmith, grounds keeping, and construction and renovation of buildings and facilities and property. The use and care of a variety of maintenance, construction, grounds keeping equipment mechanical hand and power tools. The occupational hazards and safety requirements of maintenance, construction, grounds keeping and related trades. Local building codes as they related to construction and renovation of facilities. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Skill in: The maintenance, construction, installation and repair of building structures and related furnishings, and grounds keeping work assignments including layout and estimation and selection of materials. Safe, effective operation and maintenance of hand and power tools and equipment used in maintenance, construction, grounds keeping, and related trades. Ability to: Perform work accurately and in accordance with established standards from blueprints, diagrams, specifications and oral and written instructions. Safely and effectively service, maintain and repair assigned tools and equipment in accordance with standard repair, maintenance, operation, and safety procedures. Estimate material quantities and labor hours required to perform work assignments. Maintain accurate and up-to-date chronological records and documentation. Direct, train and supervise the activities of assigned personnel. Interpret and apply established guidelines and procedures as provided in trade manuals, building codes and related documentation. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with associate personnel, personnel of other County departments and general public. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Closing Date/Time: 8/21/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 07, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave County is currently recruiting for an Office Assistant in Community Services forthe Workforce Development division in Kingman, AZ. *This position is grant funded and contingent on the availability of funds*. This position focuses on a variety of administrative support and clerical functions including front desk/reception functions as assigned. Incumbents have previous experience in performing specialized office tasks of the assigned department/area and need only a short introduction to the specific procedures, forms, and processes of the assigned position.Assignment to the Bookkeeping/Accounting functions require experience or training in Bookkeeping or Accounting tasks. REPORTS TO A higher level of authority. The incumbent has the responsibility for the completion of assigned tasks accurately and in a timely manner.Work is reviewed through observation and evaluation of work performance and tasks completed by the incumbent. SUPERVISION EXERCISED As assigned may assist in training new clerical employees, temporaries and volunteers. Essential Job Functions Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Meets and greets the public. Receives phone calls and responds to questions concerning department procedures or directs query to an individual or department as appropriate. May talk with individuals to gather preliminary information or verify information for various County programs or activities. As requested, review work of other staff for conformance to regulations. Understands and interprets procedures and practices related to various departmental and assigned programs. Assists an office superior by performing routine administrative details including but not limited to: sorting and routing department mail, making copies, scanning documents, filing, alphabetizing documents and date stamping incoming documents, maintaining waiting lists for services, maintain program specific databases and spreadsheets. Contacts vendors to obtain prices and purchases various supplies and materials. Maintains and establishes associated files to include entering information and documents into filing and data systems ensuring completeness and accuracy. Types forms, letters, reports and file cards from draft, or rough copy. Prepares follow-up correspondence or calls to obtain additional information or to respond to inquiries. Prepares standardized reports and statements. Collects, compiles and submits data for use in statistical reports, internal operating studies or policy formulation. Meets established deadlines and informs concerned parties of deadlines and appointments. Maintains an inventory of materials on-hand and notifies the supervisor when supplies are needed.May order supplies as required. Maintain a high level of confidentiality of information. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. As Assigned Arizona At Work functions: Keeps current files of resources available to area residents and provides information about how to obtain the services. May record each contact made with clients into database for program requirement. May provide clients and staff with notices of workforce and community activities, resources and services and encourages client utilization. As Assigned may: coordinate/facilitate workshops, informational sessions, community events; assist Arizona At Work Career Centerclients with employment applications and registration into the statewide employment database, job clubs and assessments. As Assigned may assist with Arizona At Work Job Centeroutreach services and provide assistance at area job fairs and functions. As Assigned Clerk Typist: Composes and types letters, routine correspondence, memos, reports, forms, notices, permits, receipts, vouchers, news releases, articles, meeting minutes, bulletins, speeches, invoices, requisitions, purchase orders,claims, expense reports, tabulations, accounting and financial statements, manuals, and various other material from rough drafts, verbal instructions or established procedures. Proofreads documents; copies and collates typed materials. Posts to various moderately complex clerical, fiscal and/or other records according to established policies and procedures. Sorts, tabulates and summarizes various statistical and associated data. Accepts required fees and creates deposits and related reports. Processes transactions including issuing various licenses and permits, accepting required permitting fees, and/or other relative transactions. Checks and verifies calculation of billing statements, invoices and other documents requiring payment. Establishes and maintains filing systems and records retention schedules. Sorts and distributes incoming mail; prepares outgoing mail. Operates common office equipment to include computer keyboards, Fax machines, copiers, laminators and related peripheral equipment in completing work assignments. Scanning of documents. Scheduling of meetings, meeting locations; registrations for conferences and/or training classes; reservations for motels and/or conferences. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs special assignments as requested. Performs related work as required. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma/ GED (General Education Degree). Two (2) years minimum of progressive office support and clerical training. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. May be required to provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Modern office practices and records management/maintenance procedures. English grammar and spelling. Basic mathematics required to calculate and perform general accounting procedures. Filing and information systems, including EXCEL spreadsheets and Microsoft Word. Mohave County Personnel Policies & Procedures and Department Regulations. Skill in: Effectively operating personal computers, calculators and peripheral hardware and software products to provide guidance on the maintenance and implementation of developmental procedures of department to which assigned. Ability to: Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing with all people. Use databases and other forms of electronic data storage. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and documentation. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Obtain data from the computer during on-line operations, including interpreting technical and departmental information encountered in the performance of responsibilities. Maintain a high standard of confidentiality. Understand brief, written or oral directions and grasp ideas quickly in order to carry out instructions, solve problems with initiative and exercise good judgment. Organize workload to ensure determinations are made on a time basis. Act in a professional manner and professional in communication with others. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies & Procedures and Department Regulations. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. WORKING CONDITIONS/ PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Work is performed in an office atmosphere. May be subjected to call-back or on-call status and/or irregular schedules to ensure completion of work assignments. Position requires frequent sitting at desk or table using a computer monitor and equipment. Frequent to infrequent standing, walking, crouching, and stooping. Occasional lifting of objects weighing less than 25 pounds and infrequent lifting of objects weighing 25 - 50 pounds. This classification does not meet the safety sensitive definition as outlined by Arizona Revised Statute, • 23-493 et seq. WORK CONTACTS Regular contact with associate personnel, other county departments, other agencies and the general public to provide and exchange information in order to gather pertinent information to perform investigations, respond to inquiries and problems, and coordinate activities. Closing Date/Time: 8/21/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 06, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary The Mohave County Assessor's Office is currently recruiting for an Office Assistant Senior in the System Support Division. Hiring at Range 8, Steps 1 - 2: $14.21 - $14.91 May fill position as: Office Assistant (Consolidated) This position performs intermediate to advanced level administrative support and clerical work. Work includes concentrated technical or specialized work assignments that cannot be learned in a brief instruction period. This knowledge requires particular training and/or work experience in the specific division/department assigned or comparable agency. This classification is distinguished by the complexity of work allotted, knowledge required and level of responsibility. REPORTS TO Higher level of authority. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Shall oversee technical work and /or provide training of assigned personnel. Essential Job Functions Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: As assigned, assigns, trains, oversees or directly supervises and reviews the work of subordinate clerical and office employees. May assist in interviewing and screening applicants and recommending disciplinary actions. Establishes work procedures and priorities. Assists the public in person and/or on phone; records complaints, takes messages and routes calls to appropriate personnel. Establishes and maintains standards, procedures, and techniques for efficiency of work. Researches and remains up to date with state directives and statues applicable to the assigned department /division using appropriate resources. Compose letters, routine correspondence and all documents in following up previous work, responding to inquiries, obtaining and updating information and making notifications. Coordinates meetings and takes minutes. Establishes and maintains filing, indexing and cross-referencing systems. Review incoming and outgoing computer data for accuracy, completeness and quality. Scans and faxes related documents. Designs and creates documents, brochures and/or newsletters in the course of business using a variety of computer software including Excel, Microsoft Word, Power Point, etc. Maintains purchasing records or reports, allocates expenses and prepares expense reports. As required, pays invoices, tracks budget, and prepares change orders and payment applications. Receives and processes routing requisitions for department. Allocates items to a variety of accounts according to prescribed classifications. Verifies and checks work for completeness and accuracy, and resolves errors and omissions. Processes departmental time sheets and paychecks, routing personnel transactions, invoices, checks, vouchers or other records. Enters and/or records data in appropriate systems. Compiles and computes data from files and other sources in preparing reports. Prepares submittals for review and tracks assigned projects. Gathers and prepares material for special reports, forms, policy formulation and summaries at the request of superiors. Performs assigned research for the delegated area. Operates common office machines to include computer keyboards and related peripheral equipment. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma/GED (General Education Degree). Minimum of Three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative support experience with which; Two (2) of the three (3) years performing specialized support in the assigned department/division or comparable agency/organization. OR an acceptable combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and training may be considered in meeting the minimum requirements. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT May be required to obtain a notary certification for the State of Arizona. Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. External hires must provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Practical Knowledge of: Procedures, terminology, equipment accepted or common practices, and policies of the assigned specialized work and the department/area to which assigned. English grammar, spelling and basic math. Standard office practices, procedures and equipment. Computers and software programs to include use of electronic spreadsheet and word processing applications. Knowledge of PowerPoint operations, both fixed and portable. Thorough knowledge of office administration functions. Skill in: Operating and utilizing modern office machines as necessary to include typewriters, fax transmittal machines, calculator and the use of computer keyboards and related software and peripheral equipment. Communicating and maintaining professionalism with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Ability to: Effectively perform the responsibilities of the specialty field and the position. Create and maintain efficient filing and indexing, referencing and case management systems. Use good judgment in applying established guidelines to solve work problems. Organize and prioritize assignments, cope with varying demands and work under pressure with frequent interruptions. Analyze information and interpret and apply technical, legal and departmental information encountered in the performance of responsibilities. Ability to use computer terminals to input data and obtain data from the computer during on-line operations. Exercise courtesy, tact and conducting professional rapport in dealing with the public and public and maintain confidentiality. Work independently in completed assigned tasks accurately and in maintaining standard correspondence, files, and reports of the office. Work and communicate effectively with all people contacted in the course of work. Understand and carry out complex written and oral instructions. Type accurately and at a speed necessary to fulfill job responsibilities. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without reasonable accommodations. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Closing Date/Time: 8/18/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 06, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary The Mohave County Information Technology Department is currently recruiting for an Office Clerk in the Communications Division. This is an entry level class for general clerical positions. Appointment to this level requires that the incumbent have experience in performing general office tasks and need only a short introduction to the specific procedures, forms and processes of the assigned position. Office Clerk positions may occur in a variety of work areas and recruitment requiring knowledge of those of those work areas may be made. REPORTS TO The Office Clerk receives on-the-job training which is performed under immediate supervision of a higher level of authority; however, as skill and experience are gained in fulfilling routine duties, increasingly independent action may be authorized. Work is reviewed through observation and evaluation of work performance and tasks completed by the incumbent. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None. Essential Job Functions Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Meets and greets the public and receives phone calls and may act as a division or department receptionist. Picks up, assembles and sorts incoming mail and outgoing mail. Data entry into various computer systems, types or prints forms, letters, reports, and file cards from drafts, recording devices or rough copy. Completes forms and makes file cards or labels, taking information from other sources. May compose simple letters in following up previous work, obtaining or updating information and making notifications. Makes copies, prints, collates, may scan documents and routes the completed documents as directed. Gathers, sorts, alphabetizes, or numbers information. Lists data on indexes and cross-reference systems and enters information and documents into established filing and data systems. Uses indexes and may researches information. Assembles, sorts and tallies information for reports. Prepares statistical reports from tallies, logs, and information on file. Insures files and reports are complete and current. Prepares follow-up letters or calls to obtain additional information when department correspondence has been unanswered. Answers questions concerning department procedures. Elicits information to complete forms and applications or directs the query to an individual or department as appropriate. Takes messages and passes information to those who might need it. Meets established deadlines and informs concerned parties of deadlines and appointments. Enters information into computer or database via computer terminals. Records the use of materials and prepares purchase orders for supplies. Maintains an inventory of materials on-hand and notifies the supervisor when supplies are needed. Operates common office machines to include computer keyboards and related peripheral equipment. May perform cashier functions. Makes postings to various clerical, fiscal and other records according to standard procedures. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. As Assigned Communications: Operation of the telephone/switchboard system. Provides information and corrects minor problems for customers and employees, pertaining to telephone and mailroom functions. Answers the County's main telephone (P.B.X.) switchboard, routing and referring calls. Places long distance calls for County personnel. Provides general information not requiring the interpretation of policy to the public in person and over the telephone. Responds to user department requests for assistance with telephone problems. Maintains telephone system inventories and associated records. Assists in maintaining records and preparing reports regarding telephone system related equipment, services, charges, and activities. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma/GED (General Education Degree). One (1) year of experience in performing general clerical/office work. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: English grammar, spelling, and arithmetic. Standard office practices, procedures and equipment. Filing and information systems . Computing literacy to include use of electronic spreadsheet and word processing applications. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Skill in: Efficiently operating and utilizing modern office machines as necessary to include typewriters, fax transmittal machines, calculators, and the use of computer keyboards and related software and peripheral equipment. Ability to: Maintain the highest level of confidentiality. Use good judgment to solve work problems through established guidelines. Understand departmental information encountered in the performance of responsibilities. Exercise courtesy and tact in dealing with the public and public officials and maintain confidentiality. Work effectively with Supervisor/Manager in completing assigned tasks accurately and in maintaining standard correspondence, files, and reports of the assigned area. Work and communicate effectively with all people contacted in the work. Understand and carry out written and oral instructions. Type accurately and at a speed necessary to fulfill job responsibilities. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave county Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Closing Date/Time: 8/18/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 06, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary The Mohave County Community Services Department is currently recruiting for a Community ServicesDirector. Performs professional and administrative work in planning, organizing and directing the activities of the Community Services Department which consists of two programmatic divisions, Housing and Community Revitalization Division and Workforce Development Division. Responsibilities include administering the Mohave County Housing Authority and associated rental assistance programs, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program; Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Programs and other community development programs and Workforce Development including Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs. For additional information, pleaseclick onthefollowing link: Commuity Services Director Brochure or contact the Human Resources Office at (928)753-0736 Ext. 4490 REPORTS TO: Work is performed under general administrative direction of the County Manager. The employee is expected to exercise independent judgment and discretion.Work is reviewed through performance appraisal and results achieved. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Supervision is exercised directly over a staff of managerial, professional, clerical, technicians and paraprofessionals. Essential Job Functions Plans, organizes, coordinates, and directs the activities of the Community Services Department and establishes policies, procedures and guidelines to be observed by department personnel. Supervises, assigns, trains and evaluates personnel; recommends and directs corrective and disciplinary actions as needed. Monitors and evaluates program performance; assures department compliance with applicable Federal, state and county policies, codes and regulations. Participates in the identification and resolution of program problems; directs the implementation of corrective actions; resolves disputes and grievances. Prepares and submits program audit data and report requirements. Prepares, administers and monitors department and program budgets. Plans and coordinates the preparation of applications for Federal programs and grants; supervises project implementation, monitoring and reporting. Coordinates program activities with personnel in other departments and with representatives of Federal, State and local agencies and citizen groups. Supervises and coordinates the development of public relations and informational materials to promote accurate public understanding of program activities, services and requirements. Attends various meetings and conferences. Prepares and directs the preparation of required program and department activity reports, statistical summaries, recommendations and other reports; prepares correspondence and other written and oral communications. Makes oral and written presentations to the Board of Supervisors, Mohave County Housing Authority Board of Directors, Mohave/La Paz Workforce Development Board and other related Housing and Workforce Development advisory and program groups, and the general public on department programs, projects and activities. Is appointed the Director for the Mohave County Housing Authority Board of Directors and the Mohave/La Paz Workforce Development Board by the Board of Supervisors and provides administrative support for these boards. Oversees, plans and directs Housing and Workforce Development programs for Mohave County and Workforce Programs for La Paz County with delivery implemented through program offices in several cities consistent with federal and state law, county requirement and in compliance with grant funding and prescribed requirements. Oversees the management and utilization plan for division budget. Directs division budgets and grant preparation. Acts as liaison with other governmental entities and departments and community organizations.Reviews enhancement and improvement of program services and operations coordination. Reviews and evaluates staff performance and program services provided and links to maximize service coordination and prevent duplication of effort and service. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Business or Public Administration or a related field. Three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in directing or coordinating governmental programs/projects in Community Development, Assisted Housing, Workforce Development, grants development and budget monitoring preferably at a local or state level with at least one (1) year at a supervisory/managerial level. OR an equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must posess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the startof employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: The principles and practices of Community Development, Assisted Housing, Workforce Development, Human Services program administration and management including budget administration and the involvement of citizens in program planning. County departments and functions, Federal, State and local agencies, and community and human service agencies and organizations. Working as high level administrative staff for boards and commissions. Federal, State and local legislation related to Community Development, Assisted Housing, and Workforce Development program services development including funding sources, process and legal requirements and regulations. Data processing methods and applications. Principles and practices of public administration to include development and monitoring of grant funding. Principles of management and supervision and budgetary procedures. Department policies, rules, and procedures. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Skill in: Utilizing computer systems and applications in the performance of work. assignments, such as electronic spreadsheets, word processing, databases and graphics. Communicating and maintaining professionalism with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Ability to: Administer and manage Community Development, Human Services and Assisted housing and Workforce Development services programs. Identify and resolve operational, procedural and administrative problems and implement corrective actions. Supervise and evaluate personnel and program performance. Establish, review and modify, as appropriate, procedural and technical guidelines to enhance program effectiveness. Compose clear and concise reports and communications and to review, analyze and edit budget documents, technical reports and related materials. Perform special studies involving extensive research and report writing. Exercise diplomacy and tact in resolving problems and dealing with individuals. Develop and maintain effective working relationships with associate personnel, officials and personnel of Federal, State and local agencies, representatives of citizen committees, civic organizations, county departments and the general public. Communicate with community residents of diverse socio-economic backgrounds to explain program goals, facilitate citizen participation, provide information and resolve grievances. Prepare and make oral presentations, as needed. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 04, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary The Mohave County Public Works Department is currently recruiting for a Facility/Grounds Worker with the Parks Division at Davis Camp. This is the journey level class in the Facility/Grounds Worker series. Positions are normally filled by advancement from the Trades Helper level or, when filled from outside, requires prior general maintenance experience and will be involved in developing, maintaining, repairing and modifying county-owned buildings, facilities, parks and grounds. REPORTS TO Higher level of authority. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May exercise technical supervision of newly hired or less experienced Facility/Grounds Workers, Trades Helpers, trustees from the County jail facilities, community service workers assigned from the County Probation Department, seasonal and intermittent personnel, and volunteers. Essential Job Functions Performs a variety of park construction and maintenance duties to include, but not limited to, trash clean up; restroom and facilities clean up and renovations; maintaining water, sewer, plumbing and sprinkler systems which includes installation and repair; grounds keeping activities to include mowing, utilizing pest control chemicals, and road and trail maintenance. Performs a variety of construction and maintenance work including, carpentry, heating, electrical, plumbing, cement finishing, painting, and welding in the maintenance and repair of buildings. Alters and repairs buildings, park equipment, floors, roofs, walls, and related structures. Installs repairs and alters electrical installations, components and equipment. Performs preventive maintenance of same. Set forms, pours and finishes concrete floors and structures. Paints and refinishes interior and exterior walls, ceilings and surfaces. Estimates, performs cost comparisons, selects and requisitions appropriate materials to complete work assignments. Picks up and delivers materials and supplies to job site. Plans and completes work assignments in accordance with blueprints, diagrams, specifications, oral and written instructions and in accordance with the standard procedures and safety precautions of the trade. Utilizes a variety of maintenance and grounds keeping equipment and mechanical hand and power tools in performing work assignments. Maintains daily work records of work done, material used and time spent. Maintains an adequate supply of materials, equipment and tools required to fulfill work assignments. Cleans, maintains and services required equipment and tools used during performance of work assignments. Performs other maintenance work assignments as required in other areas of general maintenance and construction. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTION Performs related work as required Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma /GED (General Education Degree). Minimum three (3) years successful experience in the general maintenance/construction area with possible focus on a specialty area such as facility's grounds keeping, and/or parks maintenance. Completion of trade school and apprenticeship program in the building maintenance/construction trades. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Must provide driving history upon acceptance of appointment at no cost to the County. Pesticide certification. Must pass drug screen post offer. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Materials, techniques, practices and procedures of general maintenance and construction tasks to include carpentry, electrical, plumbing, cement work, welding, locksmith, grounds keeping, and construction and renovation of buildings and facilities and property. The use and care of a variety of maintenance, construction, grounds keeping equipment mechanical hand and power tools. The occupational hazards and safety requirements of maintenance, construction, grounds keeping and related trades. Local building codes as they related to construction and renovation of facilities. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Skill in: The maintenance, construction, installation and repair of building structures and related furnishings, and grounds keeping work assignments including layout and estimation and selection of materials. Safe, effective operation and maintenance of hand and power tools and equipment used in maintenance, construction, grounds keeping, and related trades. Ability to: Perform work accurately and in accordance with established standards from blueprints, diagrams, specifications and oral and written instructions. Safely and effectively service, maintain and repair assigned tools and equipment in accordance with standard repair, maintenance, operation, and safety procedures. Estimate material quantities and labor hours required to perform work assignments. Maintain accurate and up-to-date chronological records and documentation. Direct, train and supervise the activities of assigned personnel. Interpret and apply established guidelines and procedures as provided in trade manuals, building codes and related documentation. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with associate personnel, personnel of other County departments and general public. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation. Fulfill physical requirements of work assignments to include frequent moderate lifting of 25 - 50 pounds, performance of moderate to strenuous manual labor and performing work assignments with the use of tools and equipment in cramped and contorted positions. Comply with Mohave county Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Closing Date/Time: 8/17/2020 5:00 PM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 04, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Do you desire a position where you make a difference in people's lives and serve justice? If so, the place to find that dream job is with the Mohave County Superior Court and Probation. Under close to general supervision, undertakes and performs a variety of tasks associated with the handling of statutory and/or locally required Clerk of Court functions within the courtroom.Provides the official record of court activities and assists in the clerk's office performing a variety of pre-court preparation and post-courtroom activity follow-up. As experience is gained, incumbents work more independently on an expanded variety of assigned duties. TOAPPLY: Note: Resumes are considered supplemental information only. Failure to complete the entire online application, including fully detailing all education and experience, will likely result in disqualification. 1.Read and follow the Superior Court Application Instructions . 2. Complete and submit an online application. 3. Copy of Mohave County OPAC (Office Proficiency Assessment Certification) or equivalent certificate obtained within last 12 months demonstrating keyboarding speed at 60 words per minute for a five-minute test. Applicants may contact Superior Court Human Resources at (928) 718-4928 to schedule OPAC test. The position is open until filled; however, an initial review of applications will begin Tuesday, August 11, 2020. Mohave County has 1200 miles of coastline, 300+ days of sunshine and a low cost of living. Explore all that Mohave County has to offer at http://www.mohavedevelopment.org/liveandplay/live-play/ Essential Job Functions Please see job description . Minimum Qualifications A high school diploma/GED AND two (2) years of relevant, progressively responsible legal secretarial, secretarial, clerical, customer service or closely related experience, type 60 words per minuteOR any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills, and work-related abilities have been achieved.Shorthand is desirable. May be required to work overtime. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave County Attorney's Office is currently accepting applications for an Attorney I in the Criminal Division. The Typical Hiring Salary is $65,600 Annually. Performs responsible, professional entry level legal work involved in the performance of professional legal services included in reviewing, preparing, prosecuting, and/or defending cases in a court in the State of Arizona and in preparing and reviewing a variety of legal documents and giving legal advice to assigned departments. An employee in this class may not have ultimate responsibility for important legal decisions and trial work. This class is typically used as a training class in that incumbents may have only limited or no directly related work experience. Incumbents are expected to progress to the journey level with appropriate training, experience and satisfactory job performance. REPORTS TO Higher Level of Authority SUPERVISION EXERCISED As skill and experience are gained in fulfilling routine duties, increasingly independent action and decisions in accordance with established procedures and regulations may be authorized. Essential Job Functions In learning and training capacity, an employee will assist and perform (as level of understanding and experience increases) in any or all of the examples of work performed by a journey level Attorney II and primarily those work examples that are pertinent to the assigned Department/Division. Prosecutes or defends DUI, traffic offenses, misdemeanors, minor felonies, etc. As a defense attorney, may also represent some felony defendants for preliminary hearings and pre-trial motions. As a prosecution or civil attorney, represents the County in civil cases initiated by or against the County. Interviews and advises complainants, victims and witnesses in regard to prospective criminal or civil action which have been assigned to the County Attorney in varying locals such as office, homes, hospital, crime scenes, and correctional facilities. Interviews and advises indigent defendants and witnesses in regard to defense cases which have been assigned to the Public Defender (includes Legal Defense) in varying locales such as office, homes, hospital, crime scenes, and correctional facilities. Performs legal research and studies. Reviews facts compiled and interprets and applies laws, court decisions and legal points and authorities for use in the preparation and presentation of cases, opinions and briefs for the prosecution or the defense. Prepares legal pleadings such as complaints, answers, writs, demurrers, discovery, judgments and motions. Attends preliminary hearings and trials and prosecutes or defends a variety of cases before County and state courts. Maintains chronological charts, forms, folders, and other related documents, notating and documenting accurate, up-to-date information. Confers with and advises County officials, employees and representatives on legal questions. Drafts ordinances, resolutions and other legislative measures. Confers with investigators regarding the collection of facts and evidence Attends pretrial law enforcement lineups. Attends arraignments, preliminary hearings, hearings, and trials and defends indigent clients in a variety of cases before County and State courts. Dictates legal instruments, correspondence and reports. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs special assignments as requested. Performs related work as required. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma /GED (General Education Degree). Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona and eligibility to practice law before the courts of the State of Arizona. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Possession of a certificate of admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona. Willingness to attain additional knowledge of legal, judicial and other job-related fields through reading of related information and materials and attending training and educational classes. Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Principles of civil and criminal law and of the methods and practices of pleading and trial advocacy. Judicial procedures and of the rules of evidence. Principles, methods, materials, practices, and references utilized in legal research and presentation. Interviewing and investigative techniques. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Skill in: Principles, methods, materials, practices, and references utilized in legal research and presentation. Interviewing and investigative techniques. Ability to: Analyze, appraise and organize facts, evidence and precedents and to effectively present such materials in writing and orally in all facets of the assignments including before courts. Understand and interpret constitutional provisions, statutes, cases, administrative regulations and precedents. Understand, interpret and apply pertinent federal, state and local rules, regulations, procedures and policies regarding legal work and services to include departmental procedures and requirements. Read, interpret and apply technical materials encountered as a result of work assignments. Deal with problems which may be controversial or sensitive in nature. Prepare, present and conduct trial defenses and appeals effectively. Determine alternative courses of action. Present and argue cases in court and handle unanticipated problems smoothly. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with persons of diverse ethnic, educational and economic backgrounds. Maintain objectivity and freedom from prejudice. Deal with problems which may be controversial or sensitive in nature. Maintain confidentiality. Understand and grasp ideas quickly and follow instructions with initiative and exercise good judgment. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and documentation. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave Countyis currently collecting applications for Attorney I-IV positions for various departments. TheHiring Department (County Attorney, Legal Advocate, Legal Defender orPublic Defender) will be reviewing applications as vacancies are available. The pay ranges are as follows: Attorney I Range 23, Steps 1-10: $28.78/hr - $44.67/hr Attorney II Range 25, Steps 1-10: $31.73/hr - $49.25/hr Attorney III Range 27, Steps 1-10: $34.99/hr - $54.30/hr Attorney IV Range 29, Steps 1-10: $38.58/hr - $59.87/hr Performs responsible professional entry level legal work involved in the performance of professional legal services included in reviewing, preparing, prosecuting, and/or defending cases in a court in the State of Arizona and in preparing and reviewing a variety of legal documents and giving legal advice to assigned departments. In a learning and training capacity, an employee will assist and perform (as level of understanding and experience are gained in fulfilling routine duties, increasingly independent action and decisions in accordance with established procedures and regulations may be authorized. REPORTS TO Work is performed under immediate supervision of a higher level of authority; however, as skill and experience are gained in fulfilling routine duties, increasingly independent action and decisions in accordance with established procedures and regulations may be authorized. Essential Job Functions Prosecutes or defends DUI, traffic offenses, misdemeanors, minor felonies, etc. As a defense attorney, may also represent some felon defendants or preliminary hearings and pre-trial motions. As a prosecution or civil attorney, represents the County in civil cases initiated by or against the County. Interviews and advises complainants, victims and witnesses in regard to prospective criminal or civil action which have been assigned to the County Attorney in varying locals such as office, homes, hospital, crime scenes, and correctional facilities. Interviews and advises indigent defendants and witnesses in regard to defense cases which have been assigned to the Public Defender (includes Legal Defense) in varying locales such as office, homes, hospital, crime scenes, and correctional facilities. Performs legal research and studies. Reviews compiled facts; interprets and applies laws, court decisions and legal points and authorities for use in the preparation and presentation of cases, opinions and briefs for the prosecution or the defense. Prepares legal pleadings such as complaints, answers, writs, demurrers, discovery, judgments and motions. Attends preliminary hearings and trials and prosecutes or defends a variety of cases before County and state courts. Maintains chronological charts, forms, folders, and other related documents, notating and documenting accurate, up-to-date information. Confers with and advises County officials, employees and representatives on legal questions. Drafts ordinances, resolutions and other legislative measures. Confers with investigators regarding the collection of facts and evidence. Attends pretrial law enforcement lineups. Attends arraignments, preliminary hearings, hearings, and trials and defends indigent clients in a variety of cases before County and State courts. Dictates legal instruments, correspondence and reports. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications Attorney I Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona, or eligibility for admission by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(g). Juris Doctorate from an ABA law school. Willingness to attain additional knowledge of legal, judicial and other job-related fields through reading of related information and materials and attending training and educational classes. Attorney II Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona, or eligibility for admission by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(g). Juris Doctorate from an ABA law school. One (1) year of progressively responsible experience in professional legal work. Must have demonstrated trial skills through performance of both bench and jury trials at a minimum of the Justice Court level, Superior Court experience is preferred. Attorney III Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona, or eligibility for admission by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(g). Juris Doctorate from an ABA law school. Five (5) year of progressively responsible experience in professional legal work. Must have demonstrated trial skills through performance of both bench and jury trials at a Superior Court level. Attorney IV Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona, or eligibility for admission by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(g). Juris Doctorate from an ABA law school. Seven (7) years' experience in criminal defense performing responsible, complex professional legal work. Some experience performing administrative and supervisory responsibilities. OR an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Mohave County Personnel Procedures and Department Regulations. Principles of civil and criminal law and of the methods and practices of pleading and trial advocacy. Judicial procedures and of the rules of evidence. Skill in: Principles, methods, materials, practices, and references utilized in legal research and presentation. Interviewing and investigative techniques. Ability to: Comply with Mohave CountyPersonnel Procedures and Department Regulations. Analyze, appraise and organize facts, evidence and precedents and to effectively present such materials in writing and orally in all facets of the assignments including before courts. Understand and interpret constitutional provisions, statutes, cases, administrative regulations and precedents. Understand, interpret and apply pertinent federal, state and local rules, regulations, procedures and policies regarding legal work and services to include departmental procedures and requirements. Read, interpret and apply technical materials encountered as a result of work assignments. Manage problems which may be controversial or sensitive in nature. Prepare, present and conduct trial defenses and appeals effectively. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. Determine alternative courses of action. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Variable Shift
Job Summary Do you desire a position where you make a difference in people's lives and serve justice? If so, the place to find that dream job is with the Mohave County Superior Court and Probation. The Superior Court seeks to establish a pool of individuals to call upon to serve as Bailiffs for jury trials. Under the direction of the Judge, performs duties associated with maintaining the integrity of the jury to include but not limited to: escorting jurors to and from the courtroom, tending the needs of the jury, ensures outside individuals do not make communication with jurors during jury deliberations, may escort witnesses and perform various clerical and customer service duties as assigned. To apply: 1. Note: Resumes are considered supplemental information only. Failure to complete the entire online application, including fully detailing all education and experience, will likely result in disqualification. Please read and follow Superior Court Application Instructions 2. Complete and submit online application, cover letter of interest and resume. The position is open until filled; however, an initial review of applications will begin Tuesday, October 29, 2019. Mohave County has 1200 miles of coastline, 300+ days of sunshine and a low cost of living. Explore all that Mohave County has to offer at http://www.mohavedevelopment.org/liveandplay/live-play/ Essential Job Functions See attached job description Minimum Qualifications A high school diploma OR any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Do you desire a position where you make a difference in people's lives and serve justice? If so, the place to find that dream job is with the Mohave County Superior Court and Probation. Under supervision, provides therapy to clients and groups ordered into the Court Programs including Probation, Detention, and Programming, will serve as part of a Court Team to provide optimum behavior health services for individuals under the jurisdiction of the Court, their parents, and families dealing with a variety of behavior health issues including addictions. Plans, coordinates, participates, and implements programs, activities, and counseling to meet mental, emotional, and social needs as assigned. Successful applicants must also undergo and successfully complete a criminal history/background investigation (felony and misdemeanor convictions may be disqualifying depending upon the number, severity and recency). Offers of employment are conditioned upon the candidate's successful completion of a psychological evaluation, polygraph examination and pre-employment drug/alcohol screen. REPORTS TO: Deputy Director of Juvenile Court Services. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None. To Apply Note: Resumes are considered supplemental information only. Failure to complete the entire online application, including fully detailing all education and experience, will likely result in disqualification. Please read and follow the Superior Court Application Instructions . Complete and submit your application, resume, letter of interest online. Print, read, complete, and return to Superior Court Human Resources at 401 E. Spring St., Kingman, AZ 86401 the additional Probation Department Supplemental Application Packet . Note :Your application will not be screened until the Probation Department Supplemental Application packet is received by Superior Court Human Resources.Be sure your packet is notarized as well. The position is open until filled. First review of applications will begin on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. Mohave County has 1200 miles of coastline, 300+ days of sunshine and a low cost of living. Explore all that Mohave County has to offer at http://www.mohavedevelopment.org/liveandplay/live-play/ Essential Job Functions Please see job description . Minimum Qualifications REQUIRED MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Master's degree in Behavioral Health field such as social work, psychology, psychiatry, counseling or closely related field and one of the following from the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners-Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed, Associate Counselor, Licensed Master Social Worker, or a Licensed Associate Substance Abuse Counselor in the state of Arizona. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must be a minimum of 21 years of age; U.S. citizen or have legal resident status; Must successfully pass a criminal history/background investigation, a psychological evaluation, polygraph examination and pre-employment drug/alcohol screen. Must complete annual training as required by the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET). Must possess a valid State of Arizona Driver's License at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Employees are subject to immediate callout when an emergency, disaster or breach of homeland security occurs. Employees shall be available, unless excused, to ensure the court is adequately staffed during and immediately following natural and/or manmade disasters, infectious disease outbreaks, and acts of terrorism. This may require assisting other employees in the work unit in accomplishing assignments as necessary and the working of unusual, long hours over an extended period of time with infrequent breaks or rest periods. An employee who is working with an accommodation must meet with their supervisor and division head to discuss their requirement for response. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave County Public Works Department is currently recruiting for two Road Maintenance Worker Specialist - Blade Operator positions. One position is located in Colorado City and the other is in Littlefield. Advanced journey level work involved in the operation of equipment utilized in the maintenance and repair of county-maintained roads and property. This position is in the Road Maintenance Worker series. Positions at this level are distinguished from other classes within the series by the complexity of duties assigned and the effective operation of equipment with specialized operation of a specific piece of heavy equipment. Incumbents at this level are required to be fully trained in all related procedures and specifically to an assigned piece of equipment. Positions are normally filled by advancement from the Road Maintenance Worker series with appropriate specific on-the-job training of the operation and utilization of a piece of equipment, or when filled from outside, requires prior general equipment operation experience of medium to heavy equipment and experience specific to the equipment assignment. Appointment to this level requires that the incumbent be performing the full range of duties and meet the qualification standards for the class. REPORTS TO Work is performed under the general supervision of a higher level of authority. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May provide technical supervision to Road Maintenance Workers and Road Maintenance Worker Seniors in the absence of Crew leader or Supervisor. May exercise functional supervision of subordinates to include overseeing, assigning and directing the activities of a work crew. Based on work assignment, determines the best course of action. Essential Job Functions Work is subject to varying job site assignments and may be subject to call back, overtime, and irregular schedules including completion of work assignments on weekends and holidays. Performs a variety of road maintenance and repair tasks by performing various manual labor assignments, such as, but not limited to: checking grade of road, mixing cold mix asphalt, shoveling, raking, chip sealing, patching, sweeping, trimming trees, weeding, mowing, removing debris, installing cattle guards, placing of barricades and cones, and flagging of traffic. Utilizes various hand and power tools and equipment such as: jackhammers, compressors, drills, chain saw, mower, shovel, rake, and weed eater. Operates, maintains and services a specific assigned piece of equipment to include: remote blade, tractor/ trailer, chip spreader, 4,000 gallon water truck, bituminous distributor, or laydown machine. Operates and services equipment in the maintenance and repair of roads and to haul materials and equipment. Utilizes heavy equipment which consists of: backhoe, screening plant, scraper, dozer, maintenance blade, tandem axle truck, front end loaders, rollers, and sweepers. Light equipment which consists of: single axle truck, tractor/mower, and other related equipment. Direct equipment to perform work assignments, such as, but not limited to: sweeping road/street, watering road, cleaning and installing culverts, rolling asphalt, loading trucks, hauling heavy equipment and materials. Adheres to safety procedures in work areas and in performance of work assignments. Promotes a culture of safety. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Cleans, maintains and services required equipment and tools used during performance of work assignments. Adheres to equipment's operating requirements established by manufacturer and by department policy and procedures. Provides responsible operation of county equipment concurrent with industry practice and license requirements. Adheres to performance specifications when issued for routine of job specific work. Provides appropriate traffic control when required and in accordance with county standards and the MUTCD. Train Road Maintenance Workers and Road Maintenance Worker Seniors in the proper use of construction equipment including start up and shut down procedures. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School Diploma/GED (General Education Degree) Five (5) years actual operating experience of a specific piece of equipment utilized in the maintenance and repair of roads such as a Road Maintenance Worker or Road Maintenance Worker Senior or related field involving the operation of equipment utilized in the maintenance and repair of roads, streets, and property. An equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum requirements. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Class A with Tanker and Air Brakes endorsement within six months of appointment to the position. Must provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Must pass drug screen post offer. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Road maintenance and repair methods and materials such as understanding grade stakes and methods of drainage. Operation and servicing of heavy equipment utilized in the performance of work in the construction, maintenance and repair of roads. Traffic laws, ordinances and regulations involved in equipment operation such as Arizona's Blue Stake Law and heavy equipment and tractor/trailer operations. Safety hazards, practices and procedures related to road maintenance repair work and the operation of heavy equipment. Distribution of appropriate quantities of materials and the methods of distributing the materials used in the maintenance of roads. Skill in: Use and care of equipment, tools, and materials used in road maintenance and repair activities. Safe and effective operation and servicing of medium to heavy equipment including, but not limited to: chip spreader, tractor/trailer, remote blade, water truck, bituminous distributor and laydown machine. Ability to: Effectively service, maintain and operate assigned equipment and other related equipment and tools in accordance with standard operating and safety procedures. Work independently and determine best course of action to effectively perform work assignments. Fulfill physical requirements of work assignments. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with associate personnel and general public. Understand and follow, quickly and accurately, oral and written instructions. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing with persons of diverse Ethnic, Educational and Economic backgrounds, and personnel contacted in the course of work. Drive a manual shift transmission. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Job Summary Mohave County Parks is seeking volunteers for Davis Camp and Hualapai Mountain Park to assist park staff with housekeeping, facilities maintenance and office support. DO NOT APPLY ONLINE!!! If interested, please download and complete the application packet below. Mail to: DAVIS CAMP OR HUALAPAI MOUNTAIN PARK 2251 HWY 68 6250 HUALAPAI MOUNTAIN ROAD BULLHEAD CITY, AZ 86429 KINGMAN, AZ 86401 MOHAVE COUNTY PARKS VOLUNTEER APPLICATION PACKET FOR ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE MOHAVE COUNTY PARK VOLUNTEER PROCESS, PLEASE CONTACT: DAVIS CAMP CONTACT: OR HUALAPAI MOUNTAIN PARK CONTACT: PARK SUPERINTENDENT PARK SUPERINTENDENT (928) 758-0759 (928) 681-5700 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Job Summary LOOKING TO HELP OTHERS IN YOUR COMMUNITY? Become a volunteer Advocate for the Mohave County Attorney's Victim Services Program. As Advocates our focus is to ensure the rights of crime victims, help them through some of the most turbulent times in their lives, and then guide them through the legal process. We do this with our 24/7 Crisis Response Team who provide immediate on-scene crisis intervention for victims who have been traumatized by a violent crime or other incident. And with our Court Advocates who help victims navigate through the often long and confusing court/legal process. We will provide all the training you need for this rewarding position! DO NOT APPLY ON LINE!! PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE WITH ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VICTIM/WITNESS ADVOCATE PROGRAM. Tiffany Barker Mohave County Attorney Volunteer Coordinator Office: 928-718-4967 Email: Tiffany.Barker@mohavecounty.us Closing Date/Time: Continuous
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave County Public Health is currently recruiting for a Public Health Nurse in Kingman, Az. The Public Health Nurse provides public health nursing services to individuals, families, community groups, health and human service personnel, and the community at large. Nursing interventions are directed toward the goals of prevention, assessment, risk reduction and health status improvement for individuals, families and the communities we serve.The Public Health Nurse collaborates and consults with multidisciplinary and multi agency teams, community groups, and other health professionals in order to achieve healthy communities. REPORTS TO Work is performed under general supervision of department supervisory personnel.The employee is expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment in accordance with established procedures and regulations. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Exercises functional supervision of subordinates. Essential Job Functions Administers specialty public health programs as assigned. Investigates health problems and environmental health hazards. Uses epidemiological surveillance methods in community outreach, screening, and case findings of communicable and infectious diseases that threaten the health of the community. Evaluates outcomes, effectiveness of plan, and makes changes as necessary on micro and macro levels. Provides clinical intervention, home visits, case management, care coordination, referral and follow-up to individuals and families who are members of a vulnerable population and/or high-risk group. Participates in research and demonstration projects that seek to improve the health of communities and determine new ways to address health issues. Participates in the analysis of data to identify trends, health problems, environmental health hazards, and social and economic conditions that adversely affect the public's health. Reports program performance, translating this information into program performance improvement action steps. Participates in the development of a programmatic budget, assists in developing resources for public health activities, contributes to the preparation of proposals for funding from external resources, and participates in cost-benefit, cost effectiveness, and cost-utility analysis in setting priorities and making decisions. Links individuals to available, accessible personal healthcare providers (i.e., a medical home) and other health and social services needed for health. Adheres to ethical principles in the collection, maintenance, use, and dissemination of data and information. Responds to emergency situations with basic life support and first aid skills Provides training, orientation and education to staff, students and other health and human service professionals in the community regarding public health practices. Delegates and supervises tasks assigned to paraprofessional staff. Participates in program development, implementation, coordination and support; may facilitate multidisciplinary and/or interagency teams. Provides leadership and acts as a liaison with other community agencies and professionals; advocates on behalf of vulnerable individuals and populations; participates in assessing and evaluating health care services to ensure that people are informed of available programs and services and are assisted in the utilization of those services. Ensures compliance with state practice guidelines, community standards of care, and Federal and State laws and regulations. Ensures a safe working environment by adhering to the standards set by Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Participates in Department and community emergency response training and drills in support of disaster preparedness. Performs public health emergency response duties in response to threats to the public's health; these may include but are not limited to, requirements to work longer shifts, nights, and weekends and to perform duties different than the daily routines. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications Associate Degree in Nursing or Diploma in Nursing may be accepted (based on experience). Arizona Registered Nurse License. Two (2) years of nursing experience. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. Preferred Education, Experience and Training: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing is preferred. Two (2) years of public health nursing is preferred. Completion of National Incident Management System (NIMS) certifications. Experience in emergency preparedness and response. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must maintain and possess a current license as a Registered Nurse issued by the Arizona State Board of Nursing while employed in this position. Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Access to reliable transportation to all assigned work locations. National Incident Management System (NIMS)/Incident Command System (ICS) 100 certification. National Incident Management System (NIMS)/Incident Command System (ICS) 300 certification within three (3) months of employment. CPR/AED certification within four (4) weeks of employment . Competency in relating public health science skills to the Three (3) Core Public Health Functions (Assessment, Policy Development, Assurance) and the Ten (10) Essential Services of Public Health within three (3) months of employment. Competency in vaccinating, according to the ACIP schedule, infants, children and adults within three (3) months of employment. Proficiency in delivering clinical and public health interventions required by specific programs within twelve (12) months of program assignment. Proficiency in knowledge and use of the ACIP immunization schedule in delivering services to individuals and population groups within twelve (12) months of employment . Assume responsibility for maintaining professional development and competencies required for Arizona Nursing Licensure, and for training and education that is beneficial for the field of public health, public health nursing, and the essential services and core functions of public health. Must pass drug screen post offer. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Principles of nursing theory and the practice of biological, social and behavioral science. Record maintenance procedures. Community assessment methods and can distinguish between quantitative and qualitative community assessment data, understands incidence and prevalence data; how to access basic community epidemiological data. How to implement strategies to increase access to care and establish systems of personal care services, including preventive and health promotion services, in partnership with the community. Department policies, rules and procedures Mohave County Merit Rules, Administrative Procedures and Department Regulations. Skill in: Providing practice- and competency-based educational experiences for the public and public health workforce and provide expertise in developing and teaching public health curricula through partnerships with community organizations and academia. Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employee, other agencies and the public. Applying communication and group dynamic strategies in interactions with individuals and groups. Incorporating strategies for interacting with persons from diverse backgrounds. Preventing, minimizing, and containing adverse health events and conditions resulting from communicable diseases; food-, water-, and vector-borne outbreaks, chronic diseases; environmental hazards; injuries; and health disparities. Demonstrating support of Public Health's mission to protect and promote the health of all residents through implementing primary prevention strategies which prevent health problems from starting, spreading, or progressing. Communicating and maintaining professionalism (demonstrating courtesy and respect) with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Ability to: Provide targeted, culturally appropriate information to help individuals, families and communities understand what decisions they can make to be healthy. Implement the nurse process which includes physical assessment, nurse diagnosis, interventions and evaluations to clients. Implement the essential services of public health within assigned public health activities. Implement multiple interventions and activities that promote health and prevent disease, in settings including, but not limited to all Health Department buildings/sites,homes, community organizations and businesses, schools, and the community in general. Follow established Public Health h medical records policies and documentation procedures as well as the State and Federal laws that govern the release of health care information. Advocate for policies that lessen health disparities and improve physical, behavioral, environmental, social, and economic conditions in the community that affect the public's health. Support and promote the department's vision, mission, and core values. Promote team and organization learning; respond with flexibility to changing needs of the department and Public Health Programs. Communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and follow written and verbal instructions. Work safely and support the culture of workplace safety. Comply with Mohave County Merit Rules, Administrative Procedures and Department Regulations. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave County Library - Public Services Division is currently recruiting for a Librarian - Youth Services. Hiring for the Kingman location. Position can be filledas a Librarian with no youth experience. Starting pay ranges from $18.56 to $21.48 an hour depending on qualifications. Position may be filled as an Underfill. *Position Open Until Filled* Performs professional level operational and supervisory work relating to the provision of library services to children and adults. REPORTS TO Work is performed independently under direction of the Library Services Manager.Work is performed with latitude for discretion and judgment in applying Mohave County and Library District goals and objectives, assisting in the management of the Youth Services Division, and in supervising and evaluating clerical, technical, and paraprofessional support personnel.Work is reviewed through conferences and results achieved. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Supervision may be exercised over a staff of volunteers and clerical, technical, and paraprofessional staff. Essential Job Functions Assists in planning, organizing, and directing staff in general library techniques, reference, readers' advisement, circulation, programming, collection development and maintenance, technical services, and related activities with a special emphasis on working with children, teens, and accompanying adults. Assists in developing and implementing goals and objectives for library services for youth. Schedules projects, recommends budget, and monitors budgeting functions for assigned library's services for youth. Assists in, coordinates, and oversees service with a special emphasis on working with children and teens. Assists in promoting cooperation and coordination of effort between the assigned library's Youth Services Division, the district's Youth Services Division, other library divisions and locations, and the district as a whole. Selects, plans, assigns, supervises, and evaluates the work of Youth Services subordinates. Participates in the ongoing training and development of Youth Services staff at both the local and district levels. Resolves operational problems, develops and implements new programs, methods, and procedures to increase youth library services efficiency and quality of work for the library assigned. Recruits, trains, and supervises the work of Youth Services volunteers. Assists in district-wide collection development activities. Reads reviews and recommends items for purchase for the youth collections. Is directly involved in and assists lower level staff in youth collection development, collection maintenance, collection assessment, and materials processing and preservation as appropriate to the assigned library. Assists patrons with questions and requests and provides instruction in the use of various library tools and reference resources, identifying appropriate sources, and fulfilling reference needs. Plans, develops, and presents activities and programs for children.These may include, but are not limited to, Story times, puppet shows, book talks, the Summer Reading Games, and literacy enrichment programs. Plans, develops, and presents activities and programs for teens.These may include, but are not limited to, poetry slams, book or computer-based games, the Summer Reading Games, and basic library and computer use programs for teens. Assists in, coordinates, and oversees outreach to preschools, elementary schools, high schools, and community groups with an emphasis on children, teens, and their caregivers. Develops and arranges for the distribution of library advertising materials, bookmarks, bibliographies, websites, and promotional materials targeted at children, teens, and their caregivers. Participates in promoting public services for youth including preparing bibliographies, websites, and other information brochures, pamphlets, and handouts. Assists in maintaining a pleasant, informative library to include the creation of information and promotional displays. Oversees local circulation functions of materials in the Youth Services areas. Assists in establishing and maintaining effective local community contacts and relationships.May participate with other district libraries to develop and implement effective public relations and service programs. Assists in developing and implementing innovative library programs that are well-advertised to serve the needs of the community such as programs for children, young adults, families, and other special interest groups. Plans themes, crafts, and books for special outreach to groups such as Headstart, daycares, preschools, elementary schools, high schools, and community groups with an emphasis on children, teens, and their caregivers. Conducts library tours for school groups, community groups, scout groups, teachers, and other special interest groups. Supervises collection development, inventory, and the maintenance of shelves as required. Supervises and participates in collection development functions such as checking donated materials, checking for duplications and condition of materials, and completing forms for the donation and mending processes. May serve on and take an active role in various committees. Works with other county entities, schools, and public officials to distribute information relevant to parents and other caregivers. Assists with surveying target groups to determine library needs and informs the public of available library services for youth. Attends and participates in division, district, state, and national library meetings, workshops, and conferences as required and resources permit. Assists in the development, coordination, and implementation of district policies and procedures. Supports and supervises the implementation of district policies and procedures. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Collects, compiles, and submits data for use in statistical reports, internal operating studies, or policy formulation.Develops and runs reports and queries. Assists in the maintenance of youth facilities as appropriate to the library assigned. Prepares library borrower cards, assists in the maintenance of patron files, and distributes informational materials. Reviews new developments and trends in the library field for value and potential use. Performs special assignments as requested. Performs related work as required. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications REQUIRED MINIMUM EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING Masters of Library and Information Sciences (MLIS) from an ALA accredited school or a Master's Degree in a related field of Youth or Family Services, including but not limited to, early literacy, childhood development, or education. Three (3) years library experience, two (2) years of which must be at a supervisory or managerial level, including general clerical and computer experience involving youth services programs and experience working with children and teens. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Must provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the county. Two (2) to three (3) years of hands-on work with groups of children, which qualifies the Youth Services Librarian as a youth expert to work with these groups and their caregivers. Must have expertise, experience, and/or training in the needs and developmental patterns of children and/or teens. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Library facility organization and operations and the procedures, terminology, accepted or common practices, and policies involved in the provision of library services. English grammar, spelling, and arithmetic. Standard office practices, procedures, and equipment. Filing and information systems. Computing literacy to include use of keyboards, related peripheral equipment, electronic spreadsheet, word processing, and department specific software. Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Skill in: Efficiently operating and utilizing modern office machines as necessary to include typewriters, fax transmittal machines, calculators, and the use of computer keyboards, related peripheral equipment, and applications. Reference sources or materials in the area of specialty. Standard office practices and record keeping. Computing literacy involving online and automated systems, microcomputers, and related peripheral equipment. Utilizing computer systems and applications to include online and automated systems, microcomputers, and related peripheral equipment in the performance of work assignments. Familiarity with and skill utilizing computers and gaming equipment used in youth programs and in special children's or youth areas of the library. Ability to: Establish and maintain filing systems. Use good judgment to solve work problems through established guidelines. Interpret technical and departmental information encountered in the performance of responsibilities. Work independently in completing assigned tasks accurately and in maintaining standard correspondence, files, and reports of the library. Deal courteously with the public and obtain from them the information necessary to assist them. Work and communicate effectively with all people contacted. Understand and carry out written and oral instructions. Develop and implement library programs to provide appropriate library services. Exercise judgment and discretion in matters of policy and procedure design and implementation; make decisions in accordance with established policies and regulations. Plan, organize, coordinate, and manage the work of paraprofessional, technical, and clerical support staff in various activities. Coordinate collection development and maintenance, materials processing, and preservation. Effectively speak before community groups and other civic organizations and utilize public relations and media skills for presentations, publicity flyers, and introduction of programs. Identify, analyze, and resolve problems at all levels. Appraise and select appropriate materials for the library collection. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with library system staff, community groups, and other professional contacts. Design and develop attractive flyers, displays, bibliographies, bookmarks, websites, etc., designed to promote the use of the library. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, with children, youth and their parents, as well as with other library staff members. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Perform the essential functions of the class with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary Mohave CountyPublic Defender'sOffice is currently recruiting for an Attorney II. * Position Open Until Filled Performs responsible and complex professional level legal work involved in the performance of professional legal services included in criminal and civil investigations,(juvenile and adult) dependency investigations (child welfare), trial preparations, prosecutions, defenses and/or non-trial resolutions.Positions at this level are normally filled by advancement or progression from the Attorney I level or, when filled from outside, requires prior successful, increasingly responsible Attorney experience in prosecution or defense.Work involves performing legal services at the full performance level of professional difficulty and requires the application of learned judgment and technical proficiency in the completion of assignments.Attorney II positions are assigned to work in the Legal Advocate, Legal Defender, Public Defender, or County Attorney Office. REPORTS TO Higher level of authority and requires independent decisions in accordance with established procedures SUPERVISION EXERCISED May exercise technical supervision over clerical support and paralegal personnel.In certain situations may be asked to coordinate and mentor newer, less experienced attorneys within a work group. Essential Job Functions An employee may perform any or all of the following examples of work listed but primarily will perform those work examples that are pertinent to the assigned Department/Division. Prosecutes or defends all stages of misdemeanors and felonies, which may include major felonies and juvenile cases. As a prosecuting or civil attorney, represents the County in civil cases initiated by or against the County. As a Legal Advocate represents children in dependency (child welfare - abuse and neglect) cases. Public Defender and Legal Defender represent parents in dependency cases who are facing removal of their children following filing by the State of a court petition alleging parental abuse or neglect.May be assigned to represent children in unrelated juvenile delinquency cases.. Prepares and presents State's evidence in criminal and civil actions to include legal arguments regarding Mohave CountyPersonnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Argues on behalf of the State against writs of habeas corpus, petitions for post-conviction relief and motions to suppress evidence. Prepares appropriate defense which addresses the legal principles involved. Appears on behalf of the State in, or defends, probation revocation hearings and sanity hearings. Prepares and oversees the preparation of legal briefs and memoranda. Negotiates with opposing counsel on appropriate disposition of cases. Writes appellate briefs and argues appeals before the Supreme Court in behalf of indigent clients. Negotiates pleas in criminal cases in behalf of indigent clients. Interviews victims, witnesses, clients or prospective clients in the office, in custody and in other environments as necessary. Performs legal research in connection with legal writing and legal arguments. Receives and evaluates reports and discovery materials from various entities which may include Department of Child Safety and mental health providers. Orders investigations, subpoenas and retained expert evaluations. Communicates with civic and governmental agencies regarding rehabilitation programs for clients. Provides advocacy at sentencing proceedings. Works with the Probation Department on probation with clients. Handles probation revocation hearings. Works with Attorney General, case managers, mental health providers, foster parents and others involved in the lives of dependent client's. Attends and participates in Child Family Team Meetings and case plan staffings for dependent clients. Conducts in-person visits with dependent clients, including but not limited to foster parents, schools, and kinship placements. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs special assignments as requested. Performs related work as required. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications Admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona, or eligibility for admission by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 38(g). One (1) year of progressively responsible experience in professional legal work. Must have demonstrated trial skills through performance of both bench and jury trials at a minimum of the Justice Court level, Superior Court experience is preferred. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Possession of a certificate of admission to the Bar of the State of Arizona. (May be hired prior to admission, but at a lower payrate until full admission is obtained) Must provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Willingness to obtain additional knowledge of legal, judicial and other job-related fields through reading of related information and materials and attending training, educational classes, seminars and conferences. Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Principles of civil, criminal, juvenile, and juvenile dependency law, and of the methods and practices of pleading and trialadvocacy. Judicial procedures, rules of evidence, rules of criminal procedure, and rules of juvenile procedure, especially Arizona rules. Superior and Juvenile Court policies and procedures. Principles, methods, materials, practices, and references utilized in legal research and presentation. Terminology common to forensics, psychology, child abuse/neglect, domestic violence and substance abuse. Interviewing and investigative techniques. Arizona Supreme Court rules of Professional Conduct. Mohave CountyPersonnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulation. Ability to: Analyze, appraise and organize facts, evidence and precedents and to effectively present such materials in writing and orally. Understand and interpret constitutional provisions, statutes, administrative regulations and precedents. Understand, interpret and apply pertinent federal, state and local rules, regulations, procedures and policies regarding legal work and services to include departmental procedures and requirements. Read, interpret and apply technical materials encountered as a result of work assignments. Manage problems which may be controversial or sensitive in nature. Prepare, present and conduct trial defenses and appeals effectively. Determine alternative courses of action. Present and argue cases in court and handle unanticipated problems smoothly. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with persons of diverse ethnic, educational and economic backgrounds. Maintain objectivity and freedom from prejudice. Maintain confidentiality. Understand and grasp ideas quickly and follow instructions with initiative and exercise good judgment. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Maintain accurate and up-to-date records and documentation. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, andDepartment Regulations. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Job Summary This is a continuous recruitment to create a register of eligible candidates. This position performs entry level law enforcement work as a Deputy Sheriff. Position involves initial academy and on-the-job learning and in service training and development prior to receiving Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZ POST) certification. HOW TO APPLY: Please read and follow the instructions below 1) Apply online : Complete and submit an online application by clicking on "Apply" (This will take you to the log-in page where you may need to create an account if you haven't done so already). 2) Print your online applications : Print submitted online application after submission (you can log in to your account to view and print if need). 3) Receive email with Supplemental Packet : After you submit your online application, you will receive an email containing the Deputy Sheriff Supplemental Application Packet. (If you don't see our email with the Supplemental Packet, check your SPAMemail folder, it might be there) 4) Print, read, and complete theDeputy Sheriff Supplemental Application Packet. 5) Submityour completed packet to Human Resources 700 W. Beale St. Kingman, AZ 86401 5) Schedule a test date Human Resources will contact you once the packet has been reviewed. (Check your email for the contact information) 2020 Deputy Sheriff - Written Test will be held : March 2 & 3 June 1 & 2 September 14 & 15 November 30 & December 1 6) Bring your original POST packet , printed online application and requested documents with you to your scheduled testing date. *Incomplete packets and/or late arrivals will be rescheduled and are ineligible to test or re-apply no less than 90 days. Work involves participation in assigned in-service training and formal academic programs of instruction designed to qualify the incumbent for certification as a Deputy Sheriff. Incumbents are to be assigned as a Deputy Sheriff upon successful obtainment of AZ POST certification. The incumbent upon employment as a Deputy Sheriff will be scheduled to attend and must successfully complete a recognized Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZ POST) training academy. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Formal academic instruction and in-service training are performed under immediate supervision; however, as skill and experience are gained in fulfilling routine duties, increasingly independent action may be authorized. Work is reviewed through observation, conferences, written examinations, performance tests and an evaluation of training records and reports. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma /GED. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Must be 21 years of age to be employed as a Deputy Sheriff with the Mohave County Sheriff's Office and to attend a recognized Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZ POST) training academy. Willingness to attend and successfully complete a recognized Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (AZ POST) training academy, typically incumbents will complete academy within six months of assignment to a Deputy Sheriff position. Possess the ability to successfully complete a written examination, physical agility testing, oral board interview, polygraph examination, psychological examination, background investigation, final administrative interview and other testing appropriate to law enforcement individuals. Must possess a valid driver's license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities See full job description details by clicking here: Deputy Sheriff Closing Date/Time:
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ Mohave, AZ, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Temporary
Job Summary This is a continuous recruitment to create a register of eligible candidates for the Clerical/Administrationskillset. If you'reinterestedin Labor/Trades positionsplease click here to access that Register: Labor/Trades Temporary Register The hourly rate is a minimum of $12.00 per hour and may be higher as set by the hiring department, depending on qualifications. This is a non-benefits eligible "at will" (Unclassified) position, however, some work assignments may require enrollment into theASRS(Arizona State Retirement System) depending on length of assignment and the amount of weekly hours worked. This position performs beginning to intermediate level administrative support and clerical work on a temporary basis for an assigned department. Work may include concentrated technical or specialized work assignments. Examples of work may include (but not limited to) receiving and processing of election materials, and trouble-shooting problems on Election Day;provide clerical assistance for Voter Registration; answer phones, help customers, type forms and correspondence for Public Health departments; and may be assigned to provide clerical support to Community Services departments. Essential Job Functions Assists with various simple to complex administrative tasks and/or work assignments to maintain efficient administrative operations of the department using independent judgment or under general direction of the supervisor. Operates common office equipment and software programs necessary to complete work assignments. Meets established deadlines and informs concerned parties of deadlines and/or updates on projects or assignments. May provide customer service to the public, departments and/or other agencies either by phone, email, or in person in response to questions, provide requested information, or direct queries to appropriate individuals and/or departments. Prepares related correspondence documents, forms, letters and reports. Compiles data and prepares assigned reports and/or statements. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Performs related work as required and special projects as requested. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Performs related work as required and special projects as requested. Minimum Qualifications Most Clerical Temporary positions require a High School Diploma or GED, and clerical/office support or specific experience in the assigned area. An equivalent combination of education, experience, and training may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Some positions may require possession of a valid State of Arizona Driver's License at the start of employment and acceptable driving history, if work involves driving a Mohave County or personal vehicle to conduct business and/or complete work assignments. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: English, grammar, spelling, and mathematics. Filing and information systems and retention/destruction schedules. Standard computer use and associated software applications including spreadsheets and word processing. Skills: Operation of modern office equipment (i.e. personal computers and keyboards, fax machines, telephones, adding machines, calculators, etc.) Abilities: Interpret and apply technical and departmental information as to complete work assignments. Effectively communicate in a courteous and professional manner with those encountered in the course of work. Speak, read and write English. Understand and carry out simple to complex written and oral instructions. Perform the essential functions of the job with or without a reasonable accommodation. Follow directions and work independently and/or in a team to complete routine tasks or special projects. Closing Date/Time: