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Merced County, CA Los Banos, CA, United States
Jan 28, 2020
Variable Shift
Examples of Duties Extra-Help employees are not entitled to County benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Application Deadline: Continuous Recruitments that note continuous under the closing date are subject to close at any time. Applications will not be accepted after a continuous recruitment is closed. To be considered for this position you must use a Merit System application or apply online at: http://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/ To view the job description, please click here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2627993/social-worker-iv-a-iv-b-extra-help HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 28, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Examine and audit accounting and financial records, tax returns, and other business records in connection with the appraisal of personal and business property for tax assessment purposes. Assists with the analysis of depreciation reserves and fixed asset accounts to evaluate depreciation methods and the appropriateness of depreciation reserves for valuation purposes. Explains property tax regulations and appraisal procedures to taxpayers and their representatives. Analyzes depreciation reserves and fixed asset accounts to evaluate depreciation methods and the appropriateness of depreciation reserves for valuation purposes. Prepares data, and defends challenged appraisals before the Board of Equalization. Analyzes the valuation of personal property; makes physical inspection and computes appraisal value of holdings, equipment and fixtures, including office equipment, machinery and equipment. Minimum Qualifications Auditor-Appraiser I Experience: None required Education: Graduation from a four (4) year college or university with a major in accounting, auditing, business administration, or a related field. Specialization in accounting from a recognized institution of higher education is required by the Revenue and Taxation Code (specialization includes 18 units of accounting and auditing courses) and must be accepted by the State Board of Equalization. Possession of a CPA or PA Accountant license in the State of California may substitute for the required education. Certification/License: Eligibility for either temporary or permanent certification as an appraiser/auditor-appraiser by the California State Board of Equalization. If temporary certification is used to meet this requirement, the employee must acquire permanent certification within one year from the date of appointment to this class to obtain a permanent certification. Auditor-Appraiser II Experience: One (1) year of experience in the appraisal of personal property for tax purposes. Education: Graduation from college with a major in accounting, auditing, business administration, or a related field. Possession of a license as CPA or PA Accountant may substitute for the required education. Certification/License: Permanent certification as an appraiser/auditor-appraiser by the California State Board of Equalization. Auditor-Appraiser III Experience: Three (3) years of experience in the appraisal of personal property for tax purposes. Education: Graduation from college with a major in accounting, auditing, business administration, or a related field. Possession of a license as a CPA or PA Accountant in State of California may substitute for the required education. Certification/License: Permanent certification as an appraiser/auditor-appraiser by the California State Board of Equalization. Auditor-Appraiser I/II/III License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person, in writing, and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions and respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Conduct inspections over uneven surfaces under various environmental conditions. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination and repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: General accounting and auditing principles and procedures. Principles involved in the appraisal of business and personal property. Computer based accounting; accounting and auditing principles and procedures. Methods of depreciation and determining the value of personal property, businesses, and equipment. Laws and regulations affecting the appraisal of personal property, business and equipment, including pertinent principles and guidelines contained in the State Constitution, Revenue and Taxation Code. Factors, techniques, methods, and principles involved in the appraisal of business, personal property, and equipment. Ability to: Apply the techniques, methods, and principles of personal and business property appraisal. Apply provisions of the Revenue and Taxation Code, California Board of Equalization Regulations. Conduct physical inspections and appraisal of a variety of equipment, machinery and fixtures. Assemble and analyze statistical and narrative information; prepare and maintain records and reports. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Speak and write effectively; understand and carry out oral and written directions. Maintain effective communications and good relations with the public. Analyze a variety of manual and computer based accounting systems. Explains property tax regulations and appraisal procedures to the public. Recognize problems, discrepancies and incomplete data in financial documents. Interpret and apply complex written regulations to specific situations. Prepare market valuation analyses. Apply general accounting and auditing principles and procedures in determining the valuations of business property, personal property, fixtures, and equipment. Properly audit business financial records, accounting statements, and tax returns. Analyze personal property information for valuation purposes. Apply depreciation methods to appraisal data. Assemble and analyze statistical and narrative information. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Do you qualify for either temporary or permanent certification as an appraiser/auditor-appraiser by the California State Board of Equalization? Yes No 02 Do you possess a CPA or PA Accountant license in the State of California? Yes No 03 Have you completed at least 18 units in accounting and auditing courses accepted by the State Board of Equalization? Yes No 04 If you answered yes to question 3, please list courses completed and number of units per course. Required Question
Merced County, CA Atwater, CA, United States
Jan 25, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties This recruitment is established to obtain a current eligible list for both Full-Time and Extra-Help vacancies as they occur. Extra-Help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra-Help pay is $17.95 - $19.80 per hour. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: May be assigned Duties in the Animal Shelter as required. Collects dog license fees, writes receipts and issues license tags. Transports sick or injured animals to the Animal Control Shelter or performs euthanasia on the spot if necessary. Daily delivers all animals collected to the Shelter and segregates those which have bitten a person or show signs of rabies or other disease. Answers complaints of the public concerning animals and takes appropriate action. Assists with the presentation of community service/public education program. Answers complaints of straying or marauding dogs and collects or destroys them. Makes house-to-house canvas for unlicensed dogs in the County area and issues notices for compliance with the County ordinance. Investigates reported inhumane treatment of animals, and animal bites; transports sick or injured animals to the Animal Control Shelter or kills them on the spot if necessary. Minimum Qualifications Animal Control Officer I Education: High school graduation or equivalence. Experience: None required but some experience with caring and handling small animals is preferred. Licenses: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Certificate: Must possess or obtain a current Euthanasia by Injection Certificate within six months of hire date. Must possess or obtain a valid Penal Code 832 Certificate (laws of arrest, search and seizure, firearms) within one (1) year of employment. Any employee failing to obtain this certification will be terminated from employment. Animal Control Officer II Education: High school graduation or equivalence. Experience: One (1) year of experience comparable to an Animal Control Officer I in Merced County. Licenses: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Certificate: Possession of a valid Penal Code 832 Certificate (Firearms and Laws of Arrest). Possession of valid Euthanasia by Injection certificate THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Meet deadlines under stressful conditions. Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports. Communicate effectively with others in person, in writing, and over the telephone. Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Conduct field activities on uneven surfaces under various environmental conditions. Physically restrain animals. Operate with safety and accuracy small caliber firearms. Drive a light truck safely and in accordance with traffic laws. Proper euthanasia techniques. Frequent use of computers and various office equipment. Sitting or standing for extended periods, pushing/pulling, and bending/squatting. Frequent driving and occasional walking for extended periods over uneven terrain. Frequent lifting and carrying of 5 to 50 pounds and occasional lifting and carrying of up to 75 pounds unassisted. Constant use of overall visual capabilities. Frequent use of color and depth perception, peripheral vision, hand/eye coordination, reading and/or close up work. Normal dexterity with constant holding, frequent grasping, reaching, repetitive motion, and climbing stairs or ladders. Constant hearing normal speech, hearing/talking on the radio, telephone and in person. Occasional public presentations. Occasional exposure to emergency situations, animal related trauma, grief, or death. Frequently work alone and travel with some assignments require working weekends, nights, overtime, and holidays, early morning or late evening. Frequent exposure to outdoor/indoor conditions including noise, heat/cold, dust, chemical residues, allergens, odors, and bio-hazards. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: County and State ordinance and laws relating to the care, treatment and impounding of animals. Provision relating to the collection and deposit of dog license receipts and penalties. The care and feeding of various breeds of dogs and animals and the common diseases of animals and their symptoms. Basic methods of animal collections. Safe and efficient handling of large and small animals. General Law enforcement functions and procedures. Characteristics of animal behavior. Ability to: Carry out oral and written directions. Work cooperatively and effectively with fellow employees and the general public. Read, interpret and enforce Animal Control Laws, ordinances, and regulations. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public when providing information and carrying out enforcement activities. Operate firearms safely. Exercise good judgment in handling potential hostile individuals/situations. Write or print legibly using correct spelling and grammar. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Describe your experience in conducting inspections and/or investigations, and detail the process that was followed. Please include employer, job title, dates of employment and hours work. 02 Describe your experience interpreting and enforcing laws and ordinances. Please include employer, job title, dates of employment and hours work. 03 Do you possess a valid Penal Code 832 (Firearms and Laws of Arrest Certificate)? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 25, 2020
Variable Shift
Examples of Duties This recruitment is being established to obtain a current eligible list for both full time and Extra-Help vacancies. Extra-Help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra-Help pay is $13.00 per hour. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Dust mops, wet mops, vacuums, shampoos, extracts, refinishes and polishes floors using vacuum cleaners and powered floor scrubbers, extractors and buffers. Cleans, disinfects and deodorizes lavatories, urinals, and toilet bowls. Cleans mirrors, sink and water fountains, replaces deodorizers, toilet tissues, hand towels and soap. Keeps an adequate stock of cleaning materials and equipment. Gathers and properly disposes of common trash and infectious waste. Removes and replaces drapes and curtains for cleaning. Washes door frames, lighting vents, ceiling fixtures and partitions using ladders. Cleans surgical suites/labor and deliver and other designated areas as required by area standards. Cleans equipment after use and returns to proper storage locations. Assists in furniture moving and office relocation. Minimum Qualifications Level I Experience: None required. Level II Experience: One (1) year of experience performing duties comparable to a Housekeeping Attendant I in Merced County. Education: Equivalent to completion of the eighth grade. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate housekeeping equipment and clean areas in accordance with health standards. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Respond appropriately to situations and perform job duties under stressful conditions. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Frequently lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Sit, stand or walk for long periods of time. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Lift and move objects weighing up to 25 pounds. Proper body mechanics to perform the assigned tasks. Safe work practices. Use of a variety of cleaning equipment such as scrubbing and waxing machines, wet mops, scouring devices and wax applicator. Use of a variety of cleaning solutions. Variety of cleaning methods and techniques. Basic sanitation and infection control techniques and proper cleaning methods in a hospital environment. Aseptic techniques to clean specialized area. Ability to: Read and write English sufficiently to perform assigned duties. Read signs and follow simple oral and written instructions. Work safely. Frequently lift and carry waste baskets and pushcart loaded with dirty laundry or waste paper. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Operate a variety of powered cleaning equipment such as high speed buffer, vacuum, shampooer. Follow the schedule which varies with assignment. Work on own initiative without close supervision. Clean and care for an assigned area. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP ) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Do you possess a valid California driver's license? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 25, 2020
Variable Shift
Examples of Duties NOTE:This recruitment isto fill positions for both full time and Extra-Help vacancies. Extra-Helppay rateis from $18.40 to$24.67 per hour. Extra-Help employees are not entitled to County benefits and are limited to 25 hours per week. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Inspects a variety of structures and facilities ensuring compliance with all State and local fire codes. Assist in weed abatements and data entry during weed abatement season. Provide and handout information to building owners and others regarding fire codes and standards, and ensures that questions and concerns are effectively resolved. Assist in hydrostatic water testing of fire protection systems as outlined in the California Code of Regulations Title 19 and NFPA 291 standards. Meet with the general public to conduct fire safety presentations and provide information regarding fire prevention and life safety. Maintains database and invoicing for operational permit inspections. Issuance of various permits as outlined in the California Fire Code Section 105. Perform related duties as assigned. Assist and observe public fire work display inspections and permit review. Minimum Qualifications FIRE PREVENTION INSPECTOR I Experience: One (1) year experience performing work in the areas related to fire, code or law enforcement type work or combination. One (1) year of experience in customer or general public relations. Desirable Experience: One (1) year of increasingly responsible experience performing a variety of work with computer database, word processing, and spreadsheet software programs. Education: Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent; AND Successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1A or Fire Inspector I. Successful completion within one year of hire date: California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1B or Fire Inspector II. FIRE PREVENTION INSPECTOR II Experience: Two (2) years experience performing work in the areas of fire prevention. Two (2) years of experience in customer or general public relations. One (1) year of experience performing public fire safety presentations. One (1) year of experience in public fire work display inspections. Desirable Experience: Two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience performing a variety of work with computer database, word processing, and spreadsheet software programs. One (1) year of experience performing weed abatement related work. Education: Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent; AND Successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1A and 1B, or Fire Inspector IA and IB; AND Successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 2A and 2B; AND Successful completion of (40) hours of California Fire Service Training or equivalent in fire prevention training. FIRE PREVENTION INSPECTOR III Experience: Two (2) years of progressively responsible experience performing work in the areas of fire inspections and/or a combination of building design, construction supervision and fire inspections. Two (2) years of experience performing and processing weed abatements within a governmental jurisdiction. One (1) year experience in Public fireworks display inspections as outlined in Title 19 California Code of Regulations. Desirable Experience: Three (3) years experience in fire fighting including fire apparatus operations. Two (2) years of experience in GIS andCADDimplementation and data modeling reports. Ideal experience inArcView3x and/or 9x. Two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience performing a variety of production work with computer database, word processing and spreadsheet software programs. Three (3) years experience working in a retail sales or equivalent environment with the public. Education: Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1A and 1B. Successful completion of 30 units of college with courses in fire science, engineering, architecture, construction technology, building inspection or closely related field. ALL LEVELS REQUIRE: License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Certification: Incumbents in the classification must maintain a minimum forty (40) hours of California Fire Service Training or equivalent in fire prevention per year to keep current with California codes and regulations. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other modern office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person, telephone and email system. Prepare and maintains educational materials and props including information sheets, pamphlets and/or PowerPoint presentations. Conduct inspections/activities over uneven surfaces under various environmental conditions. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Lift and move with help objects weighing 75 pounds. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Knowledge of: Codes, laws, policies, and procedures relating to fire prevention. Fire inspection methods and procedures. California Fire Codes, Building Codes, Mechanical Codes and Electrical Codes. NFPA 72, NFPA 13 and NFPA 25 Standards. Proficient in Mathematics relating to NFPA standards. Public relations techniques. Ability to: Perform inspections and enforce regulations. Basic accounting principles and techniques. Technical report writing. Safe work practices and procedures. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Make independent, sound decisions. Deal with the public in difficult work situations with tact and courtesy. Enforce pertinent fire codes, ordinances, laws and regulation with impartiality and efficiency. Meet objective deadlines within applicable standards. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Can you provide proof of successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1A or Fire Inspector I? Yes No 02 Do you possess any current International Code Council (ICC) certifications? Yes No 03 If so, which certifications? Required Question
Merced County, CA Los Banos, CA, United States
Jan 24, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Application Deadline: Continuous Recruitments that note continuous under the closing date are subject to close at any time. Applications will not be accepted after a continuous recruitment is closed. To be considered for this position you must use a Merit System application or apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/ To view the job description, please click here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2622027/social-worker-iii HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 24, 2020
Variable Shift
Examples of Duties Please note: Extra help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Clean walks, fields, and other facilities. Does general grounds and facilities cleaning tasks. Perform general janitorial tasks such as sweeps, mops, and scrubs floors. Empty and clean waste receptacles. Clean restrooms and building facilities in the recreational areas. May perform toll station duties such as collecting fees and giving general assistance to park visitors. Minimum Qualifications Experience: None required. Education: Sufficient to understand and carry out typical duties of the position. License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Effectively communicate orally and in writing. Deal effectively with assigned groups. Follow supervisor's instructions correctly with minimal follow-up guidance. When assigned to the toll station, make arithmatical computations rapidly and accurately. Perform heavy manual labor. Repetitive motion, sitting for long periods, walking. Occasional standing, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing. Lifting - Frequently 5 pounds or less; occasionally 5 to 50 pounds. Constant good overall vision and reading and close-up work. Frequent color perception and use of eye/hand coordination. Occasional use of depth perception and peripheral vision. Normal dexterity with frequent writing. Frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone, talking in person. Some assignments may require working weekends, nights, and/or occasional overtime. Occasional exposure to noise; occasional contact with dirt, dust, indoor/outdoor cold and heat; Frequent exposure to varied weather conditions. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Methods, tools, materials, and equipment used in grounds, park, and recreational area maintenance and janitorial work. Safe work practices. County rules and regulations. Ability to: Skillfully use hand and power tools required in general grounds and janitorial work. Perform heavy manual labor. Perform maintenance and janitorial tasks. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work. FAMILY CARE LEAVE Family Care Leave applies to all employees who work 1250 or more hours in any twelve month period. HEALTH PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE Extra-help employees are not entitled to County-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program benefits and are not eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. JURY DUTY Extra-help employees are not entitled to pay or receive reimbursement from the County for Jury Duty. PAID TIME BENEFITS Extra-help employees are not entitled to paid bereavement, vacation, or holidays. PAID SICK LEAVE Extra-help employees are entitled to accrue up to three (3) paid sick days (24 hours) in a 12-month period. SOCIAL SECURITY Extra-help employment earnings are not covered under Social Security. Merced County provides an alternate plan - Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - for extra-help employees who are otherwise not eligible for participation in the County's retirement system. COMPENSATION/UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE: The County does provide benefits to those eligible under the State Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance statutes. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682.
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 24, 2020
Variable Shift
Examples of Duties Extra help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. The individual hired for this position will be expected to work various shift and be able to complete multiple tasks, from sorting and inventorying equipment to general field maintenance that will assist the communities we serve, as needed. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Plan, organize and supervise recreation programs at playgrounds, community centers or other recreational facilities. Supervise group leaders in special programs. May work with school and community groups on matters of recreational interest. Assist in the inspection of recreation and parks facilities. Minimum Qualifications Experience None required, at least 16 years of age. license: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: PASS A CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECK PURSUANT TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES RULES AND REGULATIONS, SECTION 2, B Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Organize basic recreation programs. Inspect recreation and park facilities. Work with school and community groups. Supervise group leaders. Operate a personal computer and other modern office equipment. Repetitive motion, sitting for long periods, walking. Occasional standing, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing. Lifting - Frequently 5 pounds or less; occasionally 5 to 30 pounds. Constant good overall vision and reading and close-up work. Frequent color perception and use of eye/hand coordination. Occasional use of depth perception and peripheral vision. Normal dexterity with frequent writing. Frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone, talking in person. Frequent decision making, concentration, and public contact. Some assignments may require working weekends, nights, and/or occasional overtime. Occasional exposure to noise; occasional contact with dirt, dust, indoor/outdoor cold and heat. Occasional exposure to varied weather conditions. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Recreational activities suitable for young children, adolescents and adults. Objectives, methods and techniques of planned recreation. Youth sports, arts and crafts, and other special recreation programs. Ability to: Direct recreation programs. Organize and direct activities in groups using recreational facilities. Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted during the course of work. FAMILY CARE LEAVE Family Care Leave applies to all employees who work 1250 or more hours in any twelve month period. HEALTH PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE Extra-help employees are not entitled to County-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program benefits and are not eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. JURY DUTY Extra-help employees are not entitled to pay or receive reimbursement from the County for Jury Duty. PAID TIME BENEFITS Extra-help employees are not entitled to paid bereavement, vacation, or holidays. PAID SICK LEAVE Extra-help employees are entitled to accrue up to three (3) paid sick days (24 hours) in a 12-month period. SOCIAL SECURITY Extra-help employment earnings are not covered under Social Security. Merced County provides an alternate plan - Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - for extra-help employees who are otherwise not eligible for participation in the County's retirement system. COMPENSATION/UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE: The County does provide benefits to those eligible under the State Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance statutes. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682.
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 24, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties This recruitment is being established to obtain a current eligible list for both full time and extra help vacancies. Please note: Extra help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra Help Rate is up to $15.26 per hour. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Waters, mows, weeds, trims, reseeds, and applies fertilizers to lawns and fields. Rakes leaves, cleans walks, fields and other facilities. Performs general grounds cleaning work and litter removal. Plants trees, flowers, and shrubs and performs ground-level tree and shrub pruning. Performs cleaning and maintenance work in park or airport facilities, buildings and other recreation areas. Performs or may assist with building maintenance tasks such as replacing broken toilets, plumbing, electrical systems and parts, painting, and repairs doors. May fuel vehicles and maintain mileage/fuel usage records. Operates power mowers, tractors, lawn edgers, and other manual tools and power equipment. May operate trucks, street sweepers, or equipment such as backhoes, trenchers, brush hog and gang mower. May also perform service or minor maintenance to equipment and/or vehicles. Repairs furniture and other equipment. Checks buildings, equipment and grounds to locate conditions indicting the need for repairs and maintenance. May repair and replace gates, fences, walls, and walks. Assists with the installation and maintenance of sprinkler systems. Performs heavy manual labor, mixes and pours concrete, digs ditches and lays pipe. May apply fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and insecticides to fields, grass, trees and shrubs. May examine state of large trees in recreational areas for possible hazards. May climb trees using ropes, ladders, or hydraulic lifts for tree trimming purposes and removal. May be required to be responsible for a crew of volunteers, general relief, or summer youth workers. Depending upon assigned locations, may provide park visitors with information on facility use and park rules and regulations. Assists in identifying and reporting violations of park rules and regulations. May inspect playground equipment for safety defects. Maintain baseball fields and other recreational areas in proper conditions. May handle set up and take down of tables, chairs, and equipment for special events. Minimum Qualifications Ground Maintenance Worker I Experience: One (1) year of experience in grounds keeping, building maintenance, or related work. Ground Maintenance Worker II Experience: One (1) year of experience comparable to that of a Grounds Maintenance Worker I in Merced County. Ground Maintenance Worker I/II License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. The incumbent may be required to obtain valid certification from the State of California for application of herbicides and pesticides. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions. Respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Frequently lift and move with help objects weighing up to 100 pounds. Walk, stand, stoop, kneel or crouch on narrow, slippery or uneven surfaces under various environmental conditions. Operate tractors, street sweepers, mowers, weed-eaters, power tools, and other grounds maintenance equipment. Skillfully use hand and power tools required in grounds and maintenance activities. Exposure to dirt, fumes, chemicals, noise and indoor/outdoor heat and cold. Exposure to constant public contact Weekend, weeknight and holiday work, as required. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Methods, tools, materials, and equipment used in grounds, facilities, and maintenance work. Use and practice of tools and materials used in the groundskeeper, carpentry, painting, building, landscaping, grounds, and electrical trades. Safe equipment operation and work practices. Safety precautions related to handling pesticides. The use of pesticides in grounds keeping. First Aid practices. Basic mathematics. Ability to: Learn County rules and regulations. Skillfully use hand and power tools required in general grounds and maintenance. Perform repair and maintenance duties and heavy manual labor. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP ) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 22, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Please Note: This recruitment is being established to fill a position in either Operations or Corrections. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Provides leadership toand direct supervision ofLieutenants in assigned location of the Sheriff's Operation. Responsible for evaluating staff performance to ensure accountability and efficiency of work performed. Understands the mission and philosophy of the Sheriff's Department and leads their staff utilizingthese fundamental principles. Effectively manages staff and develops them through coaching and mentoring. Due to nature of a 24/7 operation, may be required to work variable days and/or shifts. Initiate, develop and implement, independently or under general direction programs and activities of the assigned operation or Correctional Facility. Assistthe Undersheriff in shortterm and long term planning of the department. Assist in the development and administration of the budget, grants, contract and special funding. Administer financial operations of the department. Develop recommendations and implement activities designedto accomplish goals and ensures compliance with State, departmental and institutional procedures and regulations. Ensure compliance with departmental, institutional, County, State and Federal procedures, regulations, resolutions and laws. Assists in the department selection of staff andensure training requirements are met; schedules staff and makes assignments. Plans, assigns, schedules, supervise and evaluates the activities of assigned personnel; increase awareness of risk aversion and risk analysis through mandatory training and implementation. Coordinate the work of the assigned division or facility and with other divisions of the department. Ensure safety procedures of the operationand facility and personnel are met and that violations are corrected. Providesdirection to subordinatesand remedies potential problems, takes necessary action when alerted of emergency and potentially dangerous situations. Develops and ensures good public relations. Prepares a varietyof oral and written reports. Keeps Undersheriff fully informed of operations and potential problems. Assists in the planning and implementation of overall departmental policies. Assists in determining the future needs of the department in terms of personnel and equipment. Evaluates complaints from the public and from their own staff, reports and makes recommendations to the Undersheriff. Researches, evaluates, proposes and makes written recommendations to the Undersheriff on future changes within their assigned divisions. Coordinate the activities of the division with other agencies and other city, county, and State or Federal offices. If assigned to Sheriff - Operations may also: Supervise and conduct investigations; interview and interrogate suspects; occasionally go on patrol. Supervise and participate in collecting, recording and holding evidence. Responsibility for the care and maintenance of departmental equipment and inventory. Ensures proper preparation of material for court; oversees all administrative functions of assigned division. If assigned to Sheriff - Corrections may also: Inspects facility for proper operation, deterioration of equipment and security of the institution and takes measures to have problems reported and corrected. Helps resolve inmate problems, coordinates programs with other agencies. Ensures facility remains in compliance with all County, State and Federal resolutions and laws. Follow the Bureau of Corrections standards, Penal Code and all other applicable Federal and State law. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - Captain assigned to Operations Experience: Two (2) years of experience in a supervisory capacity performing duties equivalent to those of a Lieutenant in the Merced County Sheriff's Department. An AA, Bachelor's Degreeor Master's Degree in Business,Administration, Criminal Justice or other closely related field can substitute for the one (1) year of the required experience. Certificate: Possession of a current and valid advanced and supervisory certificates issued by the California State Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Education: Completion of sixty (60) college units. License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Performance: Successful performance evaluations over the past five (5) years. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - Captain assigned to Corrections Experience: Two (2) years of experience in a supervisory capacity performing duties equivalent to those of a Lieutenant in the Merced County Sheriff's Office. An AA, Bachelor's Degreeor Master's Degree in Business,Administration, Criminal Justice or other closely related field can substitute for the one (1) year of the required experience. Certificate: Must complete Basic Jail Operations Course and Supervisor's Course approved by the California Standards and Training for Corrections within one year from date of appointment as Captain. Education: Completion of sixty (60) college units. License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Performance: Successful performance evaluations over the past five (5) years. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Effectively direct, plan and organize a division or facility of the Sheriff's Department. Effectively follow the Penal Code and all other laws, directives, mandates and ordinates that apply to law enforcement. Direct administrative operations of the Sheriff Department under the direction of the Undersheriff when specifically assigned. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations; develop appropriate conclusionsand prepare reports as necessary. Meet deadlines under stressful conditions; complete multiple projects with conflicting deadlines. Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and County regulations. Represent the County with the community and other agencies; conduct presentations. Train, evaluate, and supervise staff. Operate a personal computer and other office equipment. Establish, implement and achieve departmental goals and objectives. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl; occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination; normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Frequent repetitive hand and arm motion. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Depending on area of assignment: Principles of public administration: organization, supervision, budget and personnel management. Principles of State and Federal organizations is desirable. Principles of police science, administration and organization. Criminal law with particular emphasis on the apprehension, arrest, and prosecution of law violators. Specialized areas of the code of civil procedure and types and legal requirements for civil processes, methods of investigation, detection, apprehension, and crime prevention. Principles of supervision; proper and effective methods of deploying law enforcement personnel. Emergency, safety and health practices, procedures and standards. Principles and standards, codes and rules of the State Bureau of Corrections, administration and organization governing correctional institutions; correct standards of custody and care of prisoners. Ability to: Analyze and interpret police problems, crime statistics and reports. Plan, organize, direct, and evaluate the work of others. Coordinate the work of large functional units. Advise on the improvement of procedures and regulations and evaluate their effects. Speak effectively before large groups. Write and review reports, operational manuals and guides. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work. Supervise and instruct subordinates. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE May receive, depending upon classification, 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 40 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE $50,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Do you possess current California Advance and Supervisory POST Certificates? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 18, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Tentative Physical Agility Date: March 4th, 2020 Overall testing process will take approximately 2 hours . NOTE:This recruitmentisfor full time and extra help positions. Extra help pay rate is $22.26 to $28.44 per hour.Extra help are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III Responsible for the intake/investigation and/or supervision of cases involving offenders. Serves as intake officer in determining if a juvenile petition will be filed. Conducts an inquiry into the nature of a reported offense or conduct of a client and the circumstances surrounding same. Interviews clients, families and interested individuals to determine the nature of their community, school, and employment, financial or marital difficulties. Provide monitoring and supervision of offenders under court order or departmental disposition. This entails face to face contact, in various locations, with offenders, family members, law enforcement, employers, victims and other public or private agencies who provide service or supervision to the offender. Reviews progress of the case with supervisor. Conducts search and seizure of person, property and vehicles. Use appropriate level of force, when necessary, for the purpose of stopping and/or restraining a combative youth/adult. May arrest, detain and take into custody both juvenile and adult probationers. Collects urine samples from clients for chemical testing. Prepares affidavits of probation violations. Prepares reports regarding adoptions/custody of minors. Cooperates with State and local social service, mental health and law-enforcement agencies in cases of mutual interest. Represent the department at court hearings. Minimum Qualifications Experience: Level I None Level II One (1) year of professional probation experience equivalent to a Deputy Probation Officer I in Merced County. Level III Two (2) years of professional probation experience equivalent to a Deputy Probation Officer II in Merced County. Education: Graduation from a four (4) year accredited college or university with a degree. Applications will be accepted for those in the last semester of an accredited college or university. License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Training: Training and background, to meet the requirements of California Government Code Sections 1029 and 1031. Must be free from any physical, mental or emotional condition that might adversely affect the exercise of Peace Officers powers. Certification Level III: The following must be successfully completed within the first 12 months of employment. Failure to successfully complete these items may result in termination. Certification to meet California Penal Code Section 832 requirements regarding arrest, search, and seizure and weapons qualification. Satisfactorily complete the Merced County Probation Department's Armed Academy. Possession of Board of Corrections Certificate for Basic Probation Officer Core Course to include a physical conditioning element certified by the Board of Corrections for Deputy Probation Officers, and evidence of continued compliance with annual training requirements. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Testify in court as required. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions and respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Effectively represent the department, Train other staff; Conduct presentations. Physically subdue and restrain clients. Conduct searches of a client, his/her residence or vehicle as authorized by court order or departmental policy. Be physically fit to perform the following: detain, restrain and handcuff, both resisting and non-resisting persons, run short distances, search probationers, walk up flights of stairs, drive a vehicle, safely operate a weapon. May be required to carry a firearm. Establish, implement and achieve goals and objectives. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Frequent use of data entry device including repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 60 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Provisions of the Civil, Penal, Welfare and Institutions, Education, Vehicle and Health and Safety Codes relating to probation work. Modern probation casework, objectives, principles, and methods including individual and group behavior. Psychology as applied to both juvenile and adult offenders. Community, public and private agencies available to provide services for the probationer. Ability to: Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III Independently analyze investigation material and make proper deductions. Interview clients and elicit necessary information. Prepare and present effective written and oral reports. Establish and maintain effective relationships with probationers and others. Work cooperatively with peace officers and related social services agencies. Deputy Probation Officer II/III Direct, train and mentor other staff. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Worklife Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Have you graduated from a four(4) year college or university with a degree? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 10, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties This recruitment is being established to obtain a current eligible list for both Full Time and Extra-Help vacancies. Extra-Help pay rate is up to a maximum of $21.62 per hour. Extra-Help employees are not entitled to county benefits. Per qualifications below, applicants may be hired at aLevel I or II . Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Learns to and receives and disposes of routine and emergency telephone, voice radio and teletype messages. Accurately receive and respond to 9-1-1 emergencies, routing personnel and equipment to request for medical aid, fires, rescues and accidents within the Sheriff's department and allied agencies. In emergency situations, secures and records information as to exact location and learns to use voice radio to notify necessary patrol and officer on duty. Monitors and maintains radio contact with other local, State and Federal agencies. Operates a CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunications Systems) teletype sending and receiving messages, such as warrant checks, stolen property, and missing persons reports. Operates computer terminal to log departmental activities, compile data and prepare reports of law enforcement incidences or emergency reports and action taken. Occasionally perform clerical tasks involving typing/word processing. Operates TDD (Telecommunication Device for Deaf). Minimum Qualifications SHERIFF DISPATCHER I OPTION 1: Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent. AND Experience: Six (6) months of full time experience as an Extra-Help Sheriff Dispatcher's Aide. OR One (1) year of support experience in one or more various types of emergency services such aslaw enforcement, fire department, emergency medical services (EMS), coroner department,hospital, clinical setting or courts. OR One (1) year performing journey level clerical work involving extensive public contact or operatingmulti-line telephone, PBX switchboard, or radio communications systems. Certification Successful completion of a Basic California P.O.S.T. Public Safety Dispatch Course required within 1 year of hire. OPTION 2 Education: Completion of 30 semester units from an accredited college or university or related technical school. And Experience : None Certification Successful completion of a Basic California P.O.S.T. Public Safety Dispatch Course required within 1 year of hire. SHERIFF DISPATCHER II Education: High School graduate or GED equivalent. Experience: Two (2) years successful experience as a Sheriff Dispatcher I or equivalent position. OR Two (2) year of support experience in one or more various types of emergency services such aslaw enforcement, fire department, emergency medical services (EMS), coroner department,hospital, clinical setting or courts. Certification Successful completion of a Basic California P.O.S.T. Public Safety Dispatch Course required within 1 year of hire. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other modern office equipment. Monitor multiple computer screens simultaneously. Type accurately at a minimum speed of 30 words per minute. Operates telephone and 9-1-1 communication equipment, voice radio and a computer-aided dispatch system to process and document telephone calls from the general public and public agencies requesting public safety information and services. Dispatches, directs, coordinates communication between appropriate agencies, local government field units and individuals engaged in non-emergency situations. Monitors non-emergency radio traffic. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions and respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Occasionally lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Frequent use of data entry device including repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Sit or stand or walk for long periods of time. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: General geography of the County including major streets, highways, rivers and landmarks. Proper operation and care of telephone, CLETS, computer terminal and voice radio equipment. Ability to: Learn departmental organization, personnel equipment and law enforcement procedures. Perform duties with powers of observation, memory, logical reasoning and judgment. Work under stressful conditions in a fast paced environment and exercise good judgment in emergency situations. Keep records and prepare reports. Deal courteously but firmly with general public. Input data and utilize a computer aided dispatch system quickly and accurately. Perform a variety of clerical tasks such as typing, filing, record keeping, and report writing. Speak clearly and listen attentively. Understand and carry out written and oral instructions. FAMILY CARE LEAVE Family Care Leave applies to all employees who work 1250 or more hours in any twelve month period. HEALTH PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE Extra-help employees are not entitled to County-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program benefits and are not eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. JURY DUTY Extra-help employees are not entitled to pay or receive reimbursement from the County for Jury Duty. PAID TIME BENEFITS Extra-help employees are not entitled to paid bereavement, vacation, or holidays. PAID SICK LEAVE Extra-help employees are entitled to accrue up to three (3) paid sick days (24 hours) in a 12-month period. SOCIAL SECURITY Extra-help employment earnings are not covered under Social Security. Merced County provides an alternate plan - Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - for extra-help employees who are otherwise not eligible for participation in the County's retirement system. COMPENSATION/UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE: The County does provide benefits to those eligible under the State Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance statutes. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682.
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 10, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Confer with clients regarding the information processing or computation needs a computer program is to address and to clarify program intent, identify problems, and suggest changes. Prepare detailed workflow charts and diagrams that describe input, output, and logical operation, and convert them into a series of instructions coded in a computer language. Perform systems analysis and programming tasks to maintain and control the use of computer systems. Write, analyze, review, and rewrite programs, using workflow chart and diagram, and applying knowledge of computer capabilities, subject matter, and symbolic logic. Develops detail task plans for assigned projects including estimated time and materials and timeframes. Use object-oriented programming languages, as well as client/server applications development processes and multimedia and Internet technology. Perform revision, repair, or expansion of existing programs to increase operating efficiency or adapt to new requirements. Minimum Qualifications Programmer Analyst I Experience: None required. Education: Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university with a major in information systems, computer science, or related field. Experience and/or education in computer science, information systems or programming may substitute for the college education on a year-for-year basis. Programmer Analyst II Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible programming experience. Education: Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university with a major in information systems, computer science, or related field. Experience and/or education in computer science, information systems or programming may substitute for the college education on a year-for-year basis. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Frequent operation of personal computer and other modern office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person, in writing, and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions and respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations and/or departmental standards. Complete assignments on time and on budget. Constant concentration with frequent user contact, decision making and conflict resolution. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Occasional exposure to indoor industrial conditions including heat/cold, dust, allergens, odors and poor ventilation. Occasionally lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Occasionally kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Frequent use of data entry device including repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Sit or stand for long periods of time. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Principles and techniques of Object Oriented and Client/Server programming. Operation of a computer system and peripheral equipment. Modern office methods, functions, and procedures. Principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Object Oriented and Client/Server design techniques. Systems and program testing and implementation methodology. Principles and techniques of computer programming in an appropriate language. Ability to: Perform the Core and Supplemental Duties described above. Learn, comprehend, and use, various methods, procedures, and techniques used in developing and writing computer programs. Design program to meet system design and program function specifications. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Think critically, solve complex problems and manage time effectively. Effectively organize and prioritize work. Apply Object Oriented and Client/Server programming, analysis, and design techniques for simple to moderately complex and complex systems. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 10, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Organize and implement public health education and prevention programs. Counsel patients and provides referral assistance regarding methods to improve health. Assists in the preparation of grant proposals. Plans and conducts in-service health education and training programs. Maintains liaisons between the Health Department and other public and private agencies, community organizations, and professional groups. Assists in the preparation of marketing strategies and distributes health education materials. Participates in health education programs, conferences and community programs. Provides assistance to individuals and community groups to obtain health education and prevention information. Assists in the preparation of health education protocols for state mandated programs. Implements strategies to raise awareness of health issues. Responds to requests for information from the public. Minimum Qualifications Experience: One (1) year working in a position equivalent to a Merced County Health Education Specialist Education: Graduation from college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in public or community health education or closely related field. License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Desirable: A Master's Degree in Public Health from a program accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health SOME POSITIONS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS PURSUANT TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES RULES AND REGULATIONS, SECTION 2, B. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions. Respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Establish, implement and achieve goals and objectives. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Principles, methods, techniques, and materials of public health education. Functions, programs and services of both public and privates agencies involved in health education activities. Counseling and education techniques. Social and cultural differences. Basic public health statistical and survey methods. Marketing strategy. Ability to: Communicate effectively orally in order to give presentations to local community groups. Communicate effectively in writing. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Assess need for public education on health issues. Implement and assist in the evaluation of health education programs for staff and community groups. Understand and follow instructions and procedures. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Describe your experience with community engagement. 02 Briefly describe your experience in coordinating and leading meetings with key community stakeholders. Include the type of meetings and the stakeholders involved. 03 Briefly describe your experience working to change health policies and practices. Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 09, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Plans, organizes, directs, trains, coordinates and supervises the support staff. Has responsibility for selection, training, evaluation, and discipline of assigned staff. Monitors departmental fiscal activities. Maintains budget and inventory records, and approves routine expenditures for the Department. Develops and implements procedures for efficient office operations. Implements and oversees departmental policies and procedures. Oversees and advises on the implementation of tax laws and assessment procedures as required by California Revenue and Taxation Code. Responsible for preparation of departmental payroll. Independently composes and prepares correspondence. Consults with other management staff on departmental policies, procedures and appraisal issues as they relate to assessment support staff activities. Oversees the review of completed property statements and exemption forms, and corrections and refunds to the assessment roll. Oversees and advises on proper determination of the eligibility process for assessment roll exemptions. Assists in the preparation of assessment appeals presentations. Prepares statistical reports on assessment values and exemptions required by the State Board of Equal¬ization. Designs new forms as needed and maintains form control. Maintains a current procedural manual for support staff functions. Coordinates with County Information Systems and the property tax system software provider on the development and implementation of information systems processing functions. Trains staff on revised functions. Supervises data processing operations of assessment roll maintenance functions. Participates in staff meetings; and, perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible assessment work experience, including one (1) year in a supervisory or lead capacity. Desirable Experience: Experience with desktop, network and interdepartmental automation systems. Desirable Education: Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university in public administration, business administration or a closely related field. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Frequent operation of personal computer and other modern office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person in writing, and over the telephone. Interpret policies, procedures and regulations and develop appropriate conclusions. Prepare statistical reports for the State Board of Equalization. Meet deadlines under stressful conditions. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints. Establish, implement, and achieve goals and objectives. Train, evaluate and supervise staff. Repetitive motion, sitting for long periods, walking. Occasional standing, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing. Lifting - Frequently 5 pounds or less; occasionally 5 to 30 pounds. Constant good overall vision and reading and close-up work. Frequent color perception and use of eye/hand coordination. Occasional use of depth perception and peripheral vision. Normal dexterity with frequent writing. Frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone, talking in person. Frequent decision making, concentration, and public contact. Some assignments may require working weekends, nights, and/or occasional overtime. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Basic principles of administrative, personnel, and budget management. Basic principles of effective supervision, training, work evaluation and employment development. General Revenue and Taxation Code provisions relating to property tax rules, assessment principles, practices, and appeals, and mapping/tax rates. Use and purpose of master property records and legal instruments pertaining to property transfers. Automated applications and operations of an integrated property system. Principles and techniques of automated records-management systems. Basic budget purchasing methods, requirements and procedures. General appraisal and mapping practices and procedures. Modern office methods and procedures, including a proficiency in word processing, spreadsheets, data bases, and presentation programs. Ability to: Plan, organize, supervise, train, and evaluate the work of assigned staff. Interpret and apply laws, regulations, policies and procedures governing the work of the Assessor's office. Perform administrative activities with a minimum of supervision. Assemble statistical information, develop and prepare reports. Evaluate procedural systems, recommend and implement improvements. Perform complex automated property tax assessment functions. Understand fundamental appraisal principles and practices. Monitor and maintain budget and expenditure maintenance and controls. Maintain a variety of Department administrative records and functions. Provide highly responsible assistance to the department head and other management staff. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other departments and outside agencies. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE: May receive, depending upon classification, 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION: 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 20 hours). SICK LEAVE: .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS: Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE: County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE: Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE: $30,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION: The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) Horizon Health EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information go to Horizon Health EAP Services EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Please describe in detail your relevant experience including in a supervisory or lead capacity. 02 Please describe your experience with computers including specific programs and applications that you are proficient with. 03 Please describe your general understanding of the various Revenue and Taxation Codes that affect how this department operates. Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 08, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Plans, organizes, manages, coordinates and directs the administrative functions of the department. Assists in the preparation of the annual budget and in the administration of the final budget. Directs a system of internal fiscal/cost accounting, reporting, and control. Develops and implements new and efficient ways to provide services. Formulates and implements fiscal policies /procedures, and departmental policy. Directs the cost accounting, fiscal, personnel, office services, and general activities of the department. Supervises data analysis and program evaluation activities. Interprets policies and procedures for management and subordinate personnel. Negotiates contracts and leases. Develops procedure manuals and provides oversight on departmental personnel activities. Confers with representatives of other County departments and government agencies as needed. Develops Board Agenda Items. Train, supervise, and evaluate assigned staff. Directs a system of internal fund and trust account auditing and control. Minimum Qualifications Experience: Four (4) years of progressively responsible administrative experience that included fiscal management, personnel management and program development. Two (2) years of this experience must have been in a supervisory capacity. Education: Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university with a degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or a closely related field.(Additional qualifying experience may substitute for required education on a year for year basis.) License: Possess a valid California driver's license at time of appointment and maintain. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Meet deadlines under stressful conditions; complete multiple priority projects with conflicting deadlines. Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints. Establish, implement, and achieve goals and objectives. Represent County and Department with the community and other agencies. Administer budget, personnel and programs. Direct financial operations of the department. Make presentations to the Board of Supervisors and other groups. Select, train, supervise and evaluate staff. Maintain confidential information according to legal standards and/or County regulations. Analyze data, interpret and write policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions and prepare reports. Frequent operation of a data entry device and repetitive hand and arm motion. Frequent use of hand/eye coordination. Sitting for long periods of time and walking. Occasionally standing, pushing, pulling, bending and squatting to pick up or move objects. Occasionally lift and move objects weighing up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Principles and modern methods of Public and Business Administration with special reference to organizational development, fiscal and personnel management. Data analysis and program planning and evaluation. Contract development, management, and analysis. Political and legislative processes. Principles of effective employee management; supervision, training and development. Federal, State and local regulations governing department functions. Grant administration, generally accepted accounting and auditing standards. Ability to: Plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the administrative functions of the Department. Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports. Oversee and coordinate Human Resources functions. Oversee financial records development and maintenance. Analyze administrative problems, reach practical and logical conclusions, and institute effective changes. Oversee the development of statistical information and the preparation of a variety of reports. Effectively represent the department with the public, other County departments, and other government organizations. Organize and present ideas through oral communication and writing. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work. Coordinate complex procedures for efficient and effective operations. Operate a motor vehicle. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE May receive, depending upon classification, 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 40 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled consecutive work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE $50,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 07, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Application Deadline: Continuous Recruitments that note continuous under the closing date are subject to close at any time. Applications will not be accepted after a continuous recruitment is closed. To be considered for this position you must use a Merit System application or apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/ To view the job description, please click here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2630547/deputy-director-of-child-welfare ALLOWANCES EXPENSE ALLOWANCE $100 per month expense allowance. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 40 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE $80,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 07, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Assist the District Road Supervisor in supervising, instructing, assisting, and inspecting the work of road crews engaged in patching, resurfacing, and maintaining paved and surfaced roads, repairing and constructing culverts and small bridges, and removing of obstructions, brush and weeds from right-of-way and shoulders. Operates heavy equipment or performs other duties when not supervising crews. Inspects County roads and reports findings. Keeps time and equipment records. Assists in employees' performance evaluations. Reviews time cards for supervisor's signature. Conducts inventory of supplies, fuels, materials to be used on projects. Responds to complaints from the public. Instructs crews in and enforces operating safety practices. Minimum Qualifications Experience: Five (5) years of increasingly responsible road construction and maintenance experience, including one (1) year performing duties comparable to those of Road Maintenance Worker III in Merced County. License: Possess and maintain a valid California Class A Driver's license. IDENTIFIED SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITIONS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO PRE-EMPLOYMENT, POST-ACCIDENT, REASONABLE SUSPICION, RANDOM AND RETURN-TO-DUTY DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE COUNTY OF MERCED DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING POLICY Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Operate a personal computer and other modern office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform job duties under stressful conditions. Respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Lift and move with help objects weighing over 100 pounds. Wear a respirator, safety glasses or other protective clothing and equipment, as needed. Conduct activities on uneven surfaces under various environmental conditions. Frequently operate large, heavy equipment on uneven and/or rough terrain. Frequently drive vehicles and maintain equipment. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Sit, stand, or walk for extended periods. Frequently lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Occasionally kneel, bend, twist, squat, climb, balance and crawl. Frequent repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasional risk of exposure to hazardous materials Normal dexterity, frequent holding, grasping, repetitive motion Frequent exposure to noise Constant use of hand/eye coordination Regular attendance is an essential function Knowledge of: Principles of supervision and training. Methods, procedures, tools, and materials used in the construction, repair, and maintenance of roads. Operation and maintenance of a variety of medium and heavy road maintenance equipment. Provisions of the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of medium and heavy equipment on streets and roads. Geography and road names of a Merced County road maintenance district. Safe work practice and State and Federal safety regulations. Ability to: Oversee and train subordinate employees. Supervise and train subordinate employees. Inspect and report on road condition. Skillfully and safely operate a variety of medium and heavy road maintenance equipment. Keep time and equipment records. Understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP ) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Please provide a detailed history of any supervisory/lead worker experience you have. Include any lead worker/supervisor positions, classifications of staff overseen and your level of responsibility, including development of work schedules/assignments, assistance in discipline and/or evaluation of staff performance. 02 Please provide, in detail, your experience in bridge and road maintenance. Include major projects you have been involved in, your level of responsibility for the project oversight and lead/supervision of staff. 03 Do you possess a valid California Class A Driver's License? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Merced, CA, United States
Jan 07, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Please Note: The Staff Psychiatrist is an at-will class under the direction of the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Medical Director and serves at the pleasure of the Director Of Behavioral Health & Recovery Services/Public Guardian-Conservator. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Provides general, acute and continuing psychiatric care to the patients in the mental health and alcohol and drug centers. Emergency on-call and call back consultations. Consults with other medical and substance abuse practitioners. May advise staff on appropriate treatment techniques for specific cases. Orders appropriate laboratory work and nursing follow-up care. Complete medical and court records in accordance with mandated standards. Collaborates with interdisciplinary team. Evaluates social support/rehabilitation needs. Reviews/oversees intake and treatment plans by multidisciplinary team. Conservatorship evaluations and court testimony. Provides jail-based psychiatric care and educates patients, families, and staff. Minimum Qualifications License: Possession of a valid license to practice psychiatry issued by the California Medical Board. Certification: Board certified or Board eligible in Psychiatric Medicine by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. SOME POSITIONS IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS PURSUANT TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES RULES AND REGULATIONS, SECTION 2, B. Essential Functions Essential Functions include the ability to: Operate a personal computer and other modern office equipment. Communicate effectively with others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports. Provide psychiatric, medical, medication evaluations and crisis intervention. Meet deadlines under stressful conditions. Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints. Complete multiple priority projects with conflicting deadlines. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Occasionally lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Occasionally kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Frequent use of data entry device including repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Sit, stand or walk for long periods of time. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: The management of psychiatric patients with chronic disease and multiple problems. Psychiatric medicine and forensic psychiatry. Substance abuse issues. Mental Health Laws and Regulations. Psychosocial rehabilitation. Community support systems. Ability to: Diagnose, treat, and manage psychiatric patients. Work effectively in a multidisciplinary team. Work with seriously mentally ill and their families. Manage patient flow efficiently. Consult/collaborate with multiple systems. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE May receive, depending upon classification, 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 40 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled consecutive work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE $50,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary 01 Can you provide proof a valid license to practice psychiatry issued by the California Medical Board? Yes No 02 Can you provide proof that you are Board certified or Board eligible in Psychiatric Medicine by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology? Yes No Required Question
Merced County, CA Los Banos, CA, United States
Jan 06, 2020
Full Time
Examples of Duties Application Deadline: Continuous Recruitments that note continuous under the closing date are subject to close at any time. Applications will not be accepted after a continuous recruitment is closed. To be considered for this position you must use a Merit System application or apply online at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/ To view the job description, please click here: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2667203/staff-services-analyst-i-ii HOLIDAYS & LEAVES MANAGEMENT LEAVE May receive, depending upon classification, 96 hours per Fiscal Year (prorated for the time remaining in the fiscal year). VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). Optional annual sell back of a portion of accumulated vacation leave hours (maximum - 40 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled consecutive work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. There are multiple health plans to choose from. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE Management Disability Plan includes a comprehensive Short/Long Term Disability plan paid for by the County. LIFE INSURANCE $50,000 County-paid Management Life Insurance coverage. $5,000 County-paid Life Insurance coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHN EAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Work-life Resource services. For more information log on to members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682 or go to Merced County Benefits Summary