Clark County is a dynamic and innovative organization dedicated to providing top-quality service with integrity, respect and accountability. With jurisdiction over the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and covering an area the size of New Jersey. Clark County is the nation’s 14th-largest county and provides extensive regional services to more than 2.3 million citizens and more than  45.3 million visitors a year (2018). Included are the nation’s 9th-busiest airport, air quality compliance, social services and the state’s largest public hospital, University Medical Center. The County also provides municipal services that are traditionally provided by cities to more than 1 million residents in the unincorporated area. Those include fire protection, roads and other public works, parks and recreation, and planning and development.

 

 

21 job(s) at Clark County

CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jul 14, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: salary listed if effective July 24, 2021. Clark County Real Property Management is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Electrician. The successful candidate will have experience with the installation and maintenance of VMS camera systems and card key access equipment, as well as network cabling installation. As member of our team, you may also perform journey level installation, repair, maintenance and remodeling of electrical and electronic equipment and facilities and street lighting systems on a variety of County locations; ensures that electrical power is available for facilities on an emergency basis. Note: This position could perform work at all facilities across Clark County which could include detention facilities, court facilities, family/youth/recreation facilities, rural locations, coroner's office and morgue, and campus locations. As such, candidates may be subject to additional background checks. This position could also be subject to shift work that includes nights, evenings, and weekends. This recruitment is limited to the first 250 applications received, and will close without notice, regardless if the closing date has been reached, when that number is received. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the final hiring interview. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school AND six (6) years of skilled experience in the electrical trade. Successful completion of a recognized apprenticeship as an electrician may be substituted for four (4) years of the required experience. Attendance at a recognized trade school is desirable, as is experience with electronic controls and experience in an industrial or plant setting. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. May be required to work in confined spaces or a detention facility. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Class C Nevada Driver's License at time of appointment. Certification for the State of Nevada "F" Fire Alarm/Protection System installation and maintenance is desirable. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Participates in the design, layout and installation of office, public facility, shop, plant, street lighting, parks and athletic facility and other remodeling, repair or modification projects affecting County buildings and facilities; takes measurements; prepares working drawings and sketches; assists in preparing project specifications. Estimates materials, parts, tools and equipment needed for work assignments; orders and picks up materials and supplies from outside vendors as appropriate; prepares cost estimates for job. Performs skilled electrical work such as the installation of wire, conduit, outlets, fixtures, switches, appliances, timers, alarm systems, lighting and street lighting systems, appliances and other elements of office and public facilities. Performs skilled plant electrical work such as the installation of motors, pumps, generators, control systems, auxiliary power systems, data information systems, HVAC systems and similar major installations in plant and public facilities; may work from aerial lift equipment. Inspects and performs preventive maintenance on systems and equipment; tests emergency power, lighting, alarm and other backup systems to ensure ongoing usage. Installs and reroutes telephone, computer networks and other data communication lines; installs and maintains such specialized equipment as surveillance cameras, computer components and electronic circuit boards. Tests and troubleshoots electrical and electronic components, repairs or orders and replaces components, rewires systems, and tests equipment prior to placing back into service. Reads diagrams, blueprints, specifications and manuals for installation and repair projects. Maintains and services electrical test and repair equipment and hand and power tools; keeps small inventory of frequently used supplies and parts. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. May direct the work of less skilled assistants on specific projects; ensures that proper safety precautions are followed, particularly around energized circuits. Maintains records of work performed and materials used. Drives County vehicles to work sites and transports materials and assistants as required; may work from lift trucks, ladders and other elevating devices. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical shop or related maintenance setting, including operating typical trade equipment, hand and power tools and standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle to various work sites; stamina to stand, walk and climb and to work in confined or awkward spaces or from aerial equipment for an extended period of time; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: 7/27/2021 5:01 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jul 14, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Department of Juvenile Justice Services is a comprehensive public service agency that performs more than the traditional Juvenile Court functions of probation and detention. The department provides intervention services, guidance and control for youth ages 18 and under who are involved in delinquency and truancy. Our vision is to achieve a safe community by promoting partnerships involving youth, families, the community and the Department of Juvenile Justice Services. Our mission is to promote the safety and restoration of the community; hold juvenile offenders accountable for their behavior; and assist offenders and families in recognizing their potential by providing meaningful treatment, services and programs. Juvenile Justice has three divisions; Detention, Probation or the Spring Mountain Youth Camp. Juvenile Probation Officers may be assigned to Detention and directly supervise youths with daily living, social, educational and with treatment of youths; maintain sight and sound supervision of groups of juvenile detainees in a locked facility at all times; monitor family visits; provide direct field supervision of juvenile offenders including home and school visits, weapon, contraband and drug searches, and enforce adherence to court ordered conditions of probation; counsel and advise probationers and their families regarding pertinent personal, social, educational, financial, vocational and health matters. Juvenile Probation Officer I: $47, 964.80 - $74, 318.40 Juvenile Probation Officer II: $51,854.40 - $80,225.60 Some positions may be Grant Funded. Grant Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available. This recruitment may be used to fill term (Limited-Permanent) positions. The selected candidates will be hired for a special project or duties of a limited duration, and be required to sign a term of employment letter specifying condition and exact dates of employment. The successful candidates will be eligible for benefits during the duration of employment. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months at either level or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. The Juvenile Probation Officer I is a training underfill position: upon successful completion of the probationary period (520 hours worked to 2,080 hours worked) and the training program, which is up to two (2) years, the successful candidate will be non-competitively promoted to Juvenile Probation Officer II. Applications meeting minimum requirements will be invited to the written exam scheduled for the week of August 30, 2021 (please note this date is subject to change). THE EXAMINATION PROCESS: This is an open and continuous recruitment, testing dates will vary depending on when the application was received and reviewed by Human Resources for meeting minimum qualifications . All candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be notified by e-mail as to the next steps in the process. There will be multiple parts to the examination process for Juvenile Probation Officer: Written examination 40%- Must pass with a 70% or higher Physical Agility Examination - Pass/Fail Oral Board Interview 60%- Must pass with a 70% or higher Manager's Oral Board Candidates with a score of 70 and above from the written examination will be invited to the physical agility examination. Candidates invited to the physical agility examination must successfully pass the physical agility exam in order to advance to the oral board interview. Candidates with a score of 70 and above on the oral boards will be invited to final hiring interview. There will be no rescheduling of any part of the examination. Written Examination : Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in the written examination. Specific dates of the examination to be determined by date application received and reviewed for meeting minimum qualifications. All candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be notified by e-mail as to the next steps in the process. CANDIDATES WITH A SCORE OF 70 AND ABOVE FROM THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION WILL BE INVITED TO THE PHYSICAL AGILITY EXAMINATION SCHEDULED FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20, 2021. Physical Agility Examination : Candidates passing the written examination will be invited to participate in the physical agility examination. Dates to be determined by written testing dates with minimum passing scores received. Candidates invited to the physical agility examination must successfully pass the physical agility exam in order to advance to the next examination. The physical agility examination will test your ability to perform all the required physical standards set by the Nevada Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission pursuant to NAC 289.300 and/or 289.110. To pass this examination, candidates must be able to do all of the following: Vertically jump a height of 15 inches Agility Run in 20.4 seconds 29 sit-ups in one minute 20 push ups (no time limit) 300 meter sprint in 74 seconds 1.5 mile run in 17 minutes 37 seconds. The physical agility examination is a pass/fail examination. Oral Board Interview : Candidates passing the physical agility examination will be invited to the oral board interviews. Candidates with a score of 70 and above on the oral boards will be advanced to the final hiring interview. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Juvenile Probation Officer I - Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Sociology, Education or Special Education, Behavioral Science, Counseling, Early Childhood , Health Science, Child Development, Communication, Public or Business Administration or a closely related field. Experience in working with youth is desirable. Directly related experience which has provided the knowledge and skills necessary to perform all aspects of the position may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Must be capable of passing P.O.S.T. pre-agility Fitness Standards as defined by N.A.C. 289.300 (1)(f). J Juvenile Probation Officer II - In addition to the above, two (2) years of full-time professional level experience in providing probation and casework/counseling services to juveniles. Minimum Age: Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age at time of appointment. Working Conditions: Work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts. Work under potentially life-threatening emergency conditions. Specified positions may be assigned to a remote work site at high elevation. May be subject to exposure to blood and air borne diseases. Licensing and Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License at time of appointment. Must possess a valid P.O.S.T. level II certificate upon completion of probationary period at the JPO I level. PLEASE NOTE: Nevada Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Certification: In addition to the minimum requirements, per Nevada P.O.S.T. (NAC 289.110) Must be a citizen of the United States Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of appointment. For the full listing of NAC.289.110 minimum requirements, please visit: www.leg.state.nv.us/NAC/NAC-289.html Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Must not have any qualifying offense that violates the standards required by NRS 62B.223 and/or NRS 62G.223. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician and a Tuberculosis (TB) Test performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides direct field supervision of juvenile offenders including home and school visits, weapons and contraband searches and drug testing. Enforces adherence to court ordered conditions of probation; investigates and processes probation violations and makes recommendations regarding revocation of probation; arrests, detains and transports probationers who have violated court orders. Counsels and advises probationers and their families regarding pertinent personal, social, educational, financial, vocational and health matters. Compiles, investigates, verifies and presents reports on personal, social, educational, financial, vocational, health and/or prior criminal history of probationers; writes and presents reports to various courts, officials and agencies; develops and presents recommendations for case disposition or violation of probation. Arrests youth as required; provides Miranda warnings; performs a variety of booking and intake duties and makes determinations about formally processing cases through the court system and about requiring secured detention prior to a court hearing. Plans, directs and supervises a group of juvenile detainees in a locked facility on an assigned shift. Maintains sight and sound supervision of groups at all times; monitors family visits. Performs a variety of supervision, security and treatment duties for juvenile offenders detained in a youth camp; supervises daily living, social, educational, recreational and treatment activities. Performs varied supervisory, security and treatment duties for offenders assigned to intensive probation programs; conducts home assessments, interviews and advises parents, develops and implements a treatment plan for juvenile offenders. Teaches and models social skills; applies behavior modification techniques; plans and supervises various programs, such as physical education, work experiences and recreational activities. Identifies and develops community resources and support programs; maintains communication and liaison with law enforcement, court, social service and community resource personnel and agencies. Maintains a variety of records and case files; writes reports, statements, legal documents, correspondence and other written materials. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Juvenile Probation Officer II's may assist in the training of new employees and volunteers and direct the work of a shift in the absence of a supervisor. Uses a variety of standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; drives a personal or County motor vehicle to transport juveniles, make home visits, etc. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical court, detention or public safety setting, including stamina to stand and/or walk for an extended period of time, and strength to restrain, arrest and/or eject individuals; vision to use standard office equipment and read printed materials including a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone; physical and psychological characteristics to meet and maintain P.O.S.T. guidelines. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: 8/10/2021 5:01 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV Outlying Areas, Nevada, United States
Jul 13, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Real Property Management department is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Rural Parks and Recreation Worker II position. This position p erforms semi-skilled work in the care and maintenance of parks, playing fields, campsites and other landscaped and recreation areas in rural locations. This position also performs semi-skilled maintenance and repair to park facilities to include planning, leading and coordinating a variety of recreational activities in assigned locations. Note: Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. THE CLOSING DATE FOR THIS RECRUITMENT HAS BEEN CHANGED AND IS NOW REFLECTED IN THE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT. THIS RECRUITMENT IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 250 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AND WILL CLOSE WITHOUT NOTICE ONCE THAT NUMBER IS REACHED. Rural Parks and Recreation Worker I: $18.73 to $29.01 Rural Parks and Recreation Worker II: $20.24 to $31.34 The Rural Parks and Recreation Worker I is a training underfill position, upon successful completion of the training program the successful candidate will be non-competitively promoted to Rural Parks and Recreation Worker II . This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Eligibility list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months at either level or may be extended as needed by Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the selection process. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Rural Park and Recreation Worker I - Equivalent to graduation from high school, AND two (2) years of full-time park or landscape maintenance experience. Some college level education in horticulture, recreation or a field related to the work is desirable. Rural Park and Recreation Worker II - In addition to the above, one (1) year of full-time experience maintaining parks and providing recreation program oversight in a rural setting. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations and work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts. Work with exposure to potentially hazardous herbicides and pesticides. Work with exposure to animals, insects and/or noxious plants. Licensing and Certification: Possess a valid Class A Nevada Commercial Driver's License (CDL) (preferred) or Class B CDL, with Tanker Endorsement, within six (6) months of employment and maintain throughout the term of employment in the same position series. Specified positions may require an appropriate Nevada Pesticide Applicator's license. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Plans, directs, oversees and reviews the work of full- and part-time staff assisting with the maintenance of parks, playing fields and other recreational setting and the provision of basic recreational services and rural areas. Maintains a liaison with the communities served; ensures that community recreational needs are met and that citizens are aware of programs and activities available. Mows, trims, edges, fertilizes, and waters parks, playing fields and other landscaped areas; weeds, prunes, mulches, fertilizes, and sprays trees, plants and shrubbery; prepares soil for planting; seeds and re-sods lawn areas; plants trees, seedlings and shrubs. Installs, repairs and maintains irrigation systems; adjusts, repairs and replaces timing mechanisms; reads and interprets standard plans, specifications, blueprints and schematics; prepares as-built sketches. Inspects assigned areas; corrects or reports safety hazards; cleans and maintains park grounds, athletic fields, campsites, paved areas and paths; grooms and prepares ball fields and other park facilities for public use. Maintains and performs repair work on a variety of park and camp facilities and equipment; may paint facilities, assists with plumbing and carpentry work; builds concrete forms and assists with finishing work. Operates and maintains a variety of hand and power landscaping tools and equipment, including hand and power mowers, tractors, spreaders, edgers, chainsaws, blowers, and related equipment. Directs, leads and participates in a variety of sports and recreational activities specific to the needs of the community. Responds to questions and complaints from the public; carries out assignments in a non-disruptive manner in areas receiving heavy public use. Maintains records of work performed; prepares work orders and oversees repair work performed by others; prepares reports related to the work and activities of the unit. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Responds to emergency situations in off hours as required. Drives a truck or other motor vehicle; may operate trailer and tractors with auxiliary equipment. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Strength and mobility to work in a typical park maintenance setting, including operating hand and power tools; stamina to perform sustained physical labor, including standing, walking, climbing and working in confined or awkward spaces; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 90 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: 8/3/2021 5:01 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jul 13, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Real Property Management Department is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Locksmith position. This position p erforms journey level installation, repair and maintenance of building security hardware and related devices in a variety of County locations. Note: Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. THIS RECRUITMENT IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 250 APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AND WILL CLOSE WITHOUT NOTICE ONCE THAT NUMBER IS REACHED. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Eligibility list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the selection process. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school AND six (6) years of skilled experience in the trade. Successful completion of a recognized apprenticeship as a locksmith may be substituted for four (4) years of the required experience. Attendance at a recognized trade school is desirable, as is experience in an industrial or plant setting. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Class C Nevada driver's license at time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent on the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Participates in the design, layout and installation of office, public facility, shop, plant and other remodeling, repair or modification projects affecting County buildings and facilities; takes measurements; prepares working drawings and sketches; assists in preparing project specifications. Estimates materials, parts, tools and equipment needed for work assignments; orders and picks up materials and supplies from outside vendors as appropriate; prepares cost estimates for job. Meets with a variety of staff from other divisions and departments regarding security hardware and related needs. Performs skilled locksmith work such as repairing, opening and rekeying locks, door closures, panic bars, hinges, related hardware, and similar elements of office and public facilities. Cuts new or duplicate keys, maintains master key files and records of keys distributed. Inspects and performs preventive maintenance on building security and hardware systems and equipment; services and adjusts to ensure proper functioning. Installs, maintains and repairs mechanical alarm systems. Reads diagrams, blueprints, specifications and manuals for installation and repair projects. Maintains and services locksmith and building security test and repair equipment and hand and power tools; keeps small inventory of frequently used supplies and parts. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. May direct the work of less skilled assistants on specific projects; ensures that proper safety precautions are followed. Maintains records of work performed and materials used. Drives County vehicles to work sites and transports materials and assistants as required; may work from ladders and other elevating devices. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical shop or related maintenance setting, including operating typical trade equipment, hand and power tools and standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle to various work sites; stamina to stand, walk and climb and to work in confined or awkward spaces; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: 7/27/2021 5:01 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jul 07, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Finance department is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Senior Financial Systems Analyst position. This position p lans, assigns, directs and reviews the work of professional staff performing either customer or system support activities for the County's accounting and human resource management systems utilized by all County departments and other local government agencies; performs complex applications analysis, provides County-wide customer support and coordinates with Information Systems staff regarding automated accounting and human resource management systems. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. Some positions may be confidential positions and are excluded from membership in the union. Some positions may be non-union positions and are excluded from membership in the union. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Business Administration, Finance or related field AND four (4) years of full-time professional level experience in providing customer and/or system support of financial and business applications. Full-time professional level experience, which has provided the skills and knowledge necessary to perform all job functions at this level may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two (2) years. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides lead direction, training and work review to professional staff; organizes and assigns work, sets priorities, and follows-up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work. Trains staff in work procedures. Administers security for both the accounting and the human resource management systems; maintains accounting and human resource management system tables; develops and analyzes user requirements for utilization of the appropriate system. Prepares and maintains customer documentation; provides assistance and training to County and local government staff in the use of the assigned system. Administers, directs, and performs all of the Financial Systems Help Desk support activities, performs system acceptance testing and related activities of the Financial System Analyst I/II. Prepares functional specifications, develops test strategies, test plans, and directs systems acceptance testing activities. Coordinates and participates in a variety of financial and related analytical studies; gathers data, evaluates alternatives, makes recommendations for action and prepares narrative and statistical reports as required. Coordinates and participates in a variety of financial and related analytical studies; conducts complex analyses and specifies hardware and software solutions to systems issues that relate to the accounting and human resource management systems, working in concert with Information Systems Department staff. Confers with all levels of staff from County departments and participating local governmental agencies in documenting accounting and human resource management system issues. Prepares a variety of reports, flow charts, diagrams, documentation and other written materials; compiles a variety of financial information for use by County or other governmental staff or the public. Monitors developments in accounting and human resource management system requirements and applications; recommends policy, procedure and application enhancements as appropriate. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; may drive a personal or County motor vehicle to visit work sites and attend meetings. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, and use standard office equipment; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Must be capable of traveling to and from various County locations in order to visit work sites and attend off-site meetings. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time:
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. The Clark County Department of Real Property is seeking qualified candidates for a Construction Project Coordinator. As a member of our team, you will c oordinate and supervise major and minor construction and renovation projects, assuring that plans, specifications, codes, time schedules, and budgets are adhered to. Provides complex inspections of projects, confers with contractors, consultants, building inspectors and others on the development and completion of projects. Assures conformance with County, Federal, State and industry plans, specifications, codes and contract provisions; ensures that required modifications are accomplished. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to two (2) years of college level course work in pre-engineering, construction technology or a related field AND five (5) years of full-time building and/or general construction project experience, two (2) years of which include construction inspections. Experience in a field directly related to the work may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work out of doors in all weather conditions. Exposure to other safety hazards connected with building construction sites. Licensing and Certification: Possession of valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Positions in certain departments may require I.C.B.O. or other nationally recognized certification in at lease one of the following areas: building, combination dwelling, structural, electrical, plumbing, or mechanical. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides construction project coordination and management of construction/development and renovation projects of varying degrees of complexity. Activities must include both construction management inspection functions for major development projects and project management functions on renovations and minor construction/development projects. Visits construction/renovation sites as required; conducts site inspections. Confers with developers, engineers, architects, contractors, property owners and others to explain codes, regulations and procedures. Coordinates all utility installations with contractors, architects, engineers, and utility companies. Major projects involve working with an Architect and serving as the field representative on the project by conducting daily inspections of all aspects of the construction process; interpreting, explaining and enforcing regulations, ordinances, and policies to contractors' construction superintendent; approving minor change orders and discussing major change orders with the Architect; assisting the Project Architect by reviewing specs, plans and design specifications to identify problem areas; approving payment to contractors upon scheduled completion of certain phases of construction. Responsibilities also include management of renovation and minor construction projects, assuming responsibility for the project from start to finish. On such projects, job functions include: provides cost estimates; bids out the job; selects, negotiates contracts and works with the design consultants and contractors; serves as the primary contact with the Contractor. Also responsible for scheduling and payment, approving and negotiating payment for all change orders, conducting construction meetings and preparing all meeting minutes, approving final payment on project, and assuming responsibility for completion of project in accordance with the contract. Reviews plans, maps, job specifications, material testing lab reports, contracts and other documents to ensure conformance with federal, state, County and industry codes and regulations. Interprets, explains and enforces regulations, ordinances and policies to developers, contractors, representatives of other agencies and the public; confers with architects, engineers and building inspection staff regarding possible changes to plans and problem resolution. Prepares daily progress notes on each project. Identifies needed changes to construction plans and details; evaluates alternatives and makes effective recommendations. Reviews proposals for changes to contracts; negotiates rates with contractor for changes; recommends acceptance/rejection based on value negotiation. Drives a personal or County motor vehicle to attend meetings and visit various County work sites. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: May conduct pre-bid/construction conferences and project progress meetings. Monitors developments in the construction field. Maintains liaison with other County departments; contractors; vendors; various outside agencies, including utility, governmental agency, and County departmental staff. Directs the maintenance of and maintains accurate records and files and prepares a variety of periodic and special reports and correspondence. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Develops, implements and interprets policies and procedures related to area of assignment. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work. Provides advice in engineering design and plan check functions. May participate in various levels of the design process; develop construction design standards; and make recommendations for revisions and/or additions/deletions as necessary. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment and to drive a motor vehicle in order to visit work sites and attend meetings; strength and stamina to inspect various construction projects and facilities; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Must be capable of climbing ladders, and getting to hard to reach locations. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. The Clark County Department of Real Property Management is seeking qualified candidates for a Design & Construction Administrator. As a member of our team, you will m anage and administer development projects, and provides professional level architecture and engineering related project oversight for a variety of building construction, park construction and renovation projects, leads design teams for major construction building and park projects, verifying that schedules, contracts, plans, specifications, codes, time requirements, permitting, land use requirements, and budgets are adhered to. Provides expert assistance and advice to consultants, professional and technical support staff in the areas of building plan review, quality assurance, project/construction management, construction inspection, construction materials, grading, parks and recreation facility development, fire and life safety and related building and safety programs. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in landscape architecture, architecture, engineering, project construction management, or a related field AND 3 years of full-time experience in building or parks design. One (1) year of project or construction management experience is also required and may or may not be concurrent to the three (3) years of required building or parks design experience. Additional full time building or park design experience may be substituted for the degree on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two (2) years. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Licensing and Certification: Possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Confers with County staff regarding physical facility project requirements, including space criteria, health and safety considerations, employee and public circulation, aesthetic considerations, costs estimates and related matters. Manages the various levels of the design process; develops construction design standards; makes recommendations for revisions and/or additions/deletions as necessary. Reviews work of contractors, consultants and staff. Reviews and approves project schedules, schedule of values, change orders, payment requisitions and tracks and document project costs. Reviews and examines plans, job specifications and related documents; assure that contracted work is in compliance with approved schedules, contract requirements, codes, ordinances and regulations, permits and County plans, specifications and standards. Administers contracts with and confers with architects, engineers and construction contractors; schedules projects; provides technical oversight, inspects and reviews work in progress. Conducts pre-bid/construction conferences and project progress meetings. Confers with developers, engineers, architects, contractors, property owners and others to explain codes, regulations and procedures. Provides project management from conception to completion on building and park construction or renovation projects. Reviews field conditions as they relate to project documents; recommend solutions. Monitors developments in the construction field. Identifies needed changes to construction plans and details; evaluates alternatives and makes effective recommendations. Maintains liaison with other County departments; client staff, contractors; vendors; various outside agencies, including utility, governmental agency and County departmental staff. Directs the maintenance of and maintains accurate records and files and prepares a variety of periodic and special reports and correspondence. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Confers with facilities maintenance staff and recommends solutions to building design, maintenance and operational problems. May assist in preparing litigation documentation and testify in court as an expert witness. Works with property owners to obtain easements, other cooperative agreements, and to resolve problems. Develops, implements and interprets policies and procedures related to area of assignment. Drives a personal or County motor vehicle to attend meetings and visit various County work sites. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment and to drive a motor vehicle in order to visit work sites and attend meetings; strength and stamina to inspect various construction projects and facilities; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Park Police Division is seeking qualified candidates to fill vacancies for the position of Park Police Officer I. This position requires a Nevada State Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Category I Certificate or the completion of a certified Nevada Police Academy Category I training program at time of application. This entry level class is characterized by immediate responsibility for preservation of County park property, security and enforcement of Nevada statutes, County ordinances, and park rules and regulations. Under general supervision the incumbent will participate in Field Training and an Evaluation Program, patrol County parks and other County facilities, assist the public, make arrests, control crime, prevent or detect violations of law, and enforce state and local laws. Updated to reflect new salary range effective July 1, 2021. This is an open and continuous recruitment, interview and testing dates will vary depending on when the application was received and reviewed by Human Resources for meeting minimum qualifications. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Must carry a firearm and meet and maintain applicable certification. Must work for extended periods of time outdoors and in potentially life-threatening situations. Licensing/Certification and other Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid Nevada State Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Category I Certification or have completed a certified Nevada Peace Academy Category I training program at time of application. Must be capable of passing Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I State Physical Fitness Examination as defined by NAC 289.205. Must meet the minimum standards for appointment as defined in NAC 289.110. Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. PLEASE NOTE: Nevada Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T. Certification: A valid copy of a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Category I certification is required at time of application. Applications submitted without valid P.O.S.T. Category I certification will be considered as an incomplete application. Certificates may also be emailed to cchrinfo@clarkcountynv.gov . The candidates name, recruitment title, and exam/job number must be listed in the email. In addition to the minimum requirements, per Nevada P.O.S.T. (NAC 289.110), no person may be appointed to perform the duties of a peace officer unless he or she: Is a citizen of the United States. Is at least 21 years of age at the time of appointment. Meets all of the NAC.289.110 requirements For the full listing of NAC.289.110 minimum requirements, visit: www.leg.state.nv.us/NAC/NAC-289.html Nevada Police Academy Graduates: Within 16 weeks of date of hire, must pass the Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I Physical Fitness Examination. Within one year of hire must pass the Nevada P.O.S.T. Proficiency Examination, administered by Nevada P.O.S.T. Out-of-State Candidates: Applicants with P.O.S.T. certifications outside the State of Nevada must provide documentation at time of application proving their certification meets Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I standards. Within one year of hire must complete requirements and receive Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I Certification. For information on Nevada P.O.S.T reciprocity requirements visit: http://post.nv.gov/Training/Reciprocity/ . Failure to complete required training or receive required certification shall be proper cause for termination. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. The background investigation may include a psychological, suitability, and polygraph evaluation. Periodic background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our designated physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides information and appropriate assistance concerning department programs and park facilities; explains and interprets County parks and recreation rules and regulations, County ordinances, state statutes, etc.; lectures to school and community groups on park programs; provides reports as required to supervisor's office; patrols parks and other County facilities for the purpose of assisting the public, making arrests or issuing citations for major violations on foot and by vehicle, controlling crime, preventing or detecting violations of law, and enforcing state and local laws; performs investigative duties regarding park complaints and incidents; assists other law enforcement agencies when necessary; provides crowd and traffic control coverage at special events and assigned recreation activities; assists and provides appropriate first aid and CPR; writes detailed reports on all accidents, arrest reports, other necessary reports; testifies in court when necessary; transports and books arrested persons; responds to emergencies at park locations; drives a County vehicle to transport persons, travel to various park locations, respond to emergency situations, and conduct law enforcement duties; uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; performs other similar and related duties as required. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a public safety setting, including traverse difficult terrain, stamina to stand, walk and/or run for extended period of time, and strength to physically restrain, arrest and /or eject individuals; occasionally lift and carry up to 100 pounds; vision to use standard office equipment and read printed materials including a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Part Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Facilitation/Mediation Specialist will conduct and facilitate parent education programs for general public; prepare recruitment materials for community activities and attend events; develop policies and procedures related to the department, manage documents through various phases including researching, drafting, reviewing, formatting, approval, posting and distribution. Clark County Department of Family Services is accepting applications for Part Time Facilitation/Mediation Specialist. Clark County Department of Family Services (DFS) is the local public agency whose role is to help keep children safe. The agency was formed in July 2002 in response to the merger of state and county child welfare services. Mission Statement Protecting children from abuse and neglect by partnering with our community to build safe, nurturing and stable families, to support family preservation when possible, to provide permanent families for those children who cannot safely return home and to ensure the well-being of children in our care. Please Note: Part-time employment will not lead to permanent employment. Part-time hourly employees are used to fill positions normally less than twenty (20) hours per week. Part-time employees do not receive benefits. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Facilitation/Mediation Specialist (Recruitment/Training, Policies & Procedures Units) Bachelor's Degree in one of the following areas: Behavioral Science, Business Administration, Child Development, Communications, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Education, Health Science, Human Services, Marketing, Nursing, Psychology, Public Administration, Social Science, Social Services, Social Work, Sociology, Special Education or a related field. Facilitation/Mediation Specialist (Parenting Project Unit) Sixty (60) semester hours of college-level course work with a minimum of 15 semester hours in a behavioral science, AND equivalent to two (2) years of experience teaching or working with groups. A four (4) year degree or higher may be substituted for one (1) year of work experience. Preferred Qualifications: Ability to speak read and write English and Spanish (bilingual). In addition to the above: Two (2) years of full-time professional level experience providing protective casework/counseling services, assessments or treatment services in child welfare, social service, juvenile justice and/or residential setting. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at the time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. In order to work at the Department of Family Services, employees must not have any qualifying offense that violates the standards required by NRS 432B.198 and/or NRS 432B.199. As indicated in NRS 432A.1773, any person hired to work in a licensed child care facility, who is responsible for the daily operations, administration or management of the child care facility must be at least 21 years of age. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Working Conditions: Work shifts may include day, swing shift, and weekends (including Holidays). EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Recruitment/Training - $20.00/hr Preparation of classroom to conduct Pre-Service training. - Co-facilitate in the Professional Caregiver Pre-Service Training of new and potential foster families. - Appropriately share lived experiences and applied foster parenting techniques with potential foster families. - Knowledgeable of community resources and skilled at public speaking. - Supportive of reunification to birth families. - Currently Licensed or previous licensed foster family in good standing. - Preparation of recruitment materials for community activities and attend community events. - Assist with set up and preparation of classroom to conduct information session. - Marketing or Public Relations experience preferred - Create and execute recruitment plan. - Relationship building with community Partnerships. - Able to accurately apply national and local data to inform recruitment materials. Policies and Procedures - $20.00/hour - The position focus is managing all aspects of Resource Development and Policy & Procedure creation and Parenting Project. - Managing entails tracking the document throughout various phases including researching, drafting, reviewing, formatting, approval, posting and distribution. - Researching the content online, in existing documents, other jurisdictions etc. - Facilitating group members such as Subject Matter Experts in completing Policy and Procedures, scribing the content from meetings, using a laptop and Smart Board, - Creating useable documents such as; minutes, policy content, assignments, email templates, etc. in Word, SharePoint, Excel - Provides document support (Clerical Assistant) such as formatting and scheduling meeting in Outlook. - Provides assistance to the full time policy and procedure staff in order to research. - Develop, modify and distribute policies and procedures relative to the department. - Arrange meetings with appropriate internal and external stakeholders. - Work closely with subject matter experts in order to ensure accuracy, needs and trends of policy development. - Ensure timeliness of policy development, edit and review policies prior to finalization. -May take lead role on assigned policy and may present such information to executive management. - Skill set, organized, efficient, proficient in document sharing software, good customer service, proficient writing skills that meet the needs of policy development, conduct effective research, ability to work in groups and independently. - Applicable laws, codes and regulations related to departmental operations, program, and activities; computer applications related to the work. - Record keeping and report writing principles and practices; business practices and processes of the department; information technology principles, techniques and procedures for administrative and business applications. - Characteristics of various computers and associated hardware. Job planning, prioritizing and scheduling techniques. -Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Parenting Project (Facilitator III) - $20.00/hour - Under the direct supervision of a Training Coordinator, conducts and facilitates parent education programs for the general public, court-referred individuals, and professional organizations. - Responsible for presenting curriculum, experiential activities and facilitating group interaction as designed. Seeks direction and reports to Training Coordinator regarding process, procedures and program status. - Knowledge of: basic principles of instruction; psycho-educational methods and techniques, group dynamics; family management and conflict resolution practices; family dynamics, including awareness of the role of culture in family life; techniques for dealing with a variety of socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds; community resources. - Has the ability to absorb, comprehend and present training information in an effective and interactive manner from formal training and informal learning experiences. - Demonstrates skill in applying training to presenting curriculum and facilitating program related content and experiential activities. - Uses discussion, problem solving and professional judgment to independently facilitate programs at a variety of community locations. Meets program standards are consistently. Parenting Project (Facilitator IV) - $23.00/hour - Has formal documented training in 4-6 separate evidence-based parent education programs (attach certificates and/or accreditation documentation for each program). Has 25-72 months of experience teaching evidence-based parent education programs having facilitated a minimum of 10 multi-session evidence-based programs annually during that time. - Demonstrates advanced facilitation skills and parent education knowledge. - Experienced in effectively working with a variety of parent population groups. Parenting Project (Facilitator V) - $25.00/hour - Has formal, documented training and experience in facilitating 7 or more separate evidence-based parent education programs (attach certificates and/or accreditation documentation for each program) - Has 73 months or more of teaching evidence-based parent education programs on a regular basis having facilitated a minimum of 20 multi-session evidence-based programs annually during that time. - Demonstrates advanced facilitation skills and parent education knowledge - Experienced in effectively working with a variety of parenting populations and specialized groups. Additional Responsibilities May Include: - Use a variety of standard office equipment, including a computer in the course of the work. - Utilizes a variety of software applications to create documents, maintain various spreadsheets, prepare a variety of materials for presentations, conduct research, and other related job functions, form and document design techniques. - Use computer software applications to develop and modify of various systems. - Attending program and staff development training, maintaining accurate records, ability to work with a variety of agencies and maintain effective working relationships. - Ability to creatively problem solve, maintain professional behavior and boundaries when working with groups, effectively administer assessment tools, manage program paperwork, and meeting critical timelines. - May serve as a program representative at speaking engagements, community outreach efforts and professional gatherings. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting and use standard office equipment, stamina to remain seated and maintain concentration for an extended period of time, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Part Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Clark County Social Service (CCSS) Link program is seeking housing navigation staff to assist with landlord recruitment for our supportive housing programs that serve individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The Housing Navigator would be responsible to broker relationships with housing vendors, explain the benefits of working with the program, and registering the vendor with Clark County. In addition, the Housing Navigator will perform property services to verify that the unit is in an environmentally safe location free of hazard, and that each unit passes a minimum standard for decency, safety and sanitation. The Housing Navigator will assist with matching tenants to available housing, and work with case management staff and property managers to mediate lease terms, payments and neutralize conflicts with housing stability as needed. Some positions may be Grant Funded. Grant Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school AND 1 (one) year of full time customer service experience. Experience with property management or with sales and marketing in the housing/real estate market is preferred. Working Conditions: May be required to visit individual client residences. Licenses and Certifications: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License. Successful candidates must complete the Housing Quality Standards (HQS) inspector course and pass the exam with at least a 70% score within 3 months of hire date. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Set priorities and follows-up to ensure coordination and completion of conducting outreach to property managers/owners to increase housing inventory in order to enable broader choices in securing housing for clients. Utilize computer database systems to track housing inventory and use as a case management tool of record. Handles issues with clients in person and over the phone who may have significant barriers to housing to help broker relationships with landlords to secure housing for vulnerable populations. Assist with securing move-in resources and assist clients with move procedures and processes. Interview clients to obtain information, determine eligibility for various social service programs to include more difficult or complex cases, make appropriate referrals to other community programs or social service agencies, maintain accurate documentation regarding information received and actions taken. Provides factual information regarding various program regulations and procedures; assist clients in completing applications, forms and lease agreements; works with clients on housing tenancy, may advocate for the client with other organizations and property owners. Conduct various assessments in the field and in an office setting to include Community Housing Assessment Tool, Environmental Reviews, Housing Quality Standards etc. The ideal candidate would have knowledge of basic leadership principles and practices. Landlord tenancy regulations, Fair Housing Act, Rehabilitation Act, Social Service programs policies and procedures, and ADA compliance. Techniques for dealing with the public, in person and over the phone, often when relations may be confrontational or strained. Standard office practices and procedures; record keeping principles and practices; business arithmetic. Educate community members about the housing needs of identified program participants and the importance of supportive housing. Effectively explain agency program policies and procedures. Determine eligibility on complex cases. Maintain thorough and accurate progress notes, files, and correspondences while maintaining confidentiality of tenants, successfully deal with client issues and concerns. Use standard office equipment to include computer applications related to the work. Effectively navigate the Homeless Management Information Systems and ACES computer program. Effective communication, landlord engagement, client engagement, plan, direct and review the work of others. Instruct others in work procedures. Assist others with making appropriate eligibility determinations by accurately interpreting, applying and explaining applicable policies and procedures. Complete habitability standards. Case note documentation. Have the ability to contribute effectively to the accomplishment of a team or work unit goals, objectives and activities. Ability to work without close supervision in standard work situations. The ability to exercise independent judgment within established procedural guidelines. Able to deal successfully with a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Able to organize own work and work of others, set priorities, follow-up and meet critical deadlines. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting and use standard office equipment, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Specified positions may require mobility to make home visits. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Part Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Parks and Recreation department is currently recruiting for Lifeguards, Water Safety Instructors, Cashiers and Pool Management. A lifeguard certification is required for all pool positions except for cashier. Part-time hourly employees are used to fill positions that receive up to twenty (20) hours per week year-round and up to forty (40) hours per week during the summer. Part-time employment will not lead to permanent employment. Part-time employees do not receive benefits. Application Process: Applications can be downloaded at: https://cms8.revize.com/revize/clarknv/government/departments/parks___recreation/employment.php Please submit all completed applications to any of the following Parks & Recreation department individuals: Jessica Laguna (Aquatic Springs) (702) 455-1682 JRalles@clarkcountynv.gov Trey Smith (Desert Breeze Aquatics) (702) 455-7791 Trey.Smith@clarkcountynv.gov Katie Boehme (Hollywood Aquatics) (702) 455-8272 katiee@clarkcountynv.gov The office of Human Resources will not be accepting/processing these applications. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Must be at least 15 years old, previous customer service experience is a plus. Working Conditions: Hours can vary from 5:00 am - 9:00 pm depending on work cite and need. Licensing and Certification: Candidates interested in a Lifeguard position must hold a valid American Red Cross Life guarding/CPR/AED/First-Aid certification. Those that seek employment as a Water Safety Instructor (WSI) must hold a valid American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification. Those that seek employment in Pool Management must hold both certifications mentioned. If not certified, classes can be found online at: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/parks/Pages/default.aspx under "Register" Background Investigations: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Part Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Parks and Recreation department is currently recruiting Recreation Assistants for the Safekey program. Applicants will be responsible for the supervision of children 6-12 years old in an active environment facilitating recreational activities. Additional responsibilities for supervisors include, but are not limited to, staff supervision, record keeping and communicating behaviors of children to parents, etc. Part-time employment will not lead to permanent employment. Part-time hourly employees are used to fill positions normally less than twenty (20) hours per week. Part-time employees do not receive benefits. THE SALARY RANGE FOR THIS RECRUITMENT HAS BEEN CHANGED AND IS NOW REFLECTED IN THE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT. Application Process: Applications can be downloaded at: https://cms8.revize.com/revize/clarknv/government/departments/parks___recreation/employment.php Please submit all completed applications to the following Parks & Recreation individual: Kelly Strawn (702) 455-8278 kstrawn@clarkcountynv.gov The office of Human Resources will not be accepting/processing these applications. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Applicant must be 18 and over. High school diploma or GED is preferred but not required. Previous experience leading children in a recreation setting. Working Conditions: This position may require working mornings or afternoons between the hours of 6:30 am to 6:30 pm, Monday thru Friday. Licensing and Certification: Current CPR & First Aid certification is required before the start of working. Background Investigations: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed effective July 24,2021. The Department of Public Works is accepting applications for the position of Supervising Construction Management Inspector. This position plans, coordinates, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of construction management inspectors and engineering consultants; directs quality control activities for the unit; resolves problems with developers, contractors and the public. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Some positions may be Bond Funded. Bond Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of bond funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to completion of two (2) years of college level course work in pre-engineering, construction technology or a related field AND five (5) years of full-time construction inspection experience, preferably inspecting public works projects, including one (1) year of full-time lead or supervisory experience. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Some positions may require confined space certification. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of inspection staff. Recommends selection of staff; trains staff and provides for their professional development; administers discipline as required. Oversees quality control staff who ensure, through a materials testing process that contractors are in compliance with uniform standard specifications. Interprets, explains and enforces regulations, ordinances and policies to developers, contractors, representatives of other agencies and the public; confers with County engineering and inspection staff regarding possible changes to plans and problem resolution; resolves construction conflicts and disputes. Responds to inquiries from insurance adjustors and legal staff regarding accidents and liability at construction sites. Attends pre-bid and pre-construction conferences to insure coordination of developer and County construction projects. Performs design review before a project is bid; prepares bid specifications, solicits and reviews bids and recommends award. Coordinates with County traffic engineering staff regarding road closures and safe clearances during the construction process. Performs on-site inspections of streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, driveways, catch basins, storm and sanitary sewers, traffic signals and controls, rough and fine grading and related public works projects in difficult, complex or disputed situations. Reviews plans, maps, specifications, soils reports, contracts and other documents to ensure conformance with federal, state, County and industry codes and regulations; notes changes required and follows up as required. Maintains and directs the maintenance of a variety of records and files. Prepares reports, correspondence and a variety of written materials. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Uses a variety of engineering and survey tools and equipment and standard office equipment; operates a County vehicle to travel to and from job sites. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment and to drive a motor vehicle in order to travel to and from work sites; strength and stamina to inspect various public work projects; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed effective July 24,2021. The Clark County Department of Public Works is seeking qualified candidates for a Traffic Systems Technician. The candidate will perform technician level installation, repair and preventive maintenance of electrical and electronic components of traffic systems equipment in a variety of County locations. This is the skilled technician level classification in this specialized electrical and electronic trade, which performs the full range of installation, maintenance and repair of traffic systems and related controllers and appurtenances. Responsibilities also include the direction of an assistant or a crew on a project or team basis. This class is distinguished from other maintenance and repair classes by the requirement for specialized, well-developed skills in the traffic signal craft area, rather than general facility maintenance or another recognized craft specialty area. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school, and successful completion of a Technician or Technologist Diploma Program, AND two (2) years of skilled full-time experience in the maintenance and repair of electronic and electrical equipment. Additional experience as outlined above may be substituted for the above education on a year-for-year basis. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. Work outdoors in all weather conditions. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Class C Nevada Driver's License at time of appointment . Must be able to obtain a valid Class B Nevada Commercial Driver's License (CDL) within six (6) months of date of hire. Must possess valid International Municipal Signal Assoc (IMSA) Level I certification as Associate Traffic Signal Technician, or agree to obtain certification within one (1) year of date of hire. Some positions may require a crane operator's certification through the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operator's (NCCCO) within twenty-four (24) months from the date of hire. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination and subject to random drug testing in accordance with DOT requirements. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Participates in the design, layout, modification, and installation of traffic control systems, controllers and related system elements; prepares working drawings and sketches; assists in preparing project specifications. Estimates materials, parts, tools and equipment needed for work assignments; orders and picks up materials and supplies from outside vendors as appropriate; prepares cost estimates for job. Performs skilled traffic signal work such as the installation, maintenance and repair of traffic signals, signal cables, relays, switches, boxes, controllers and other related equipment. Performs field and bench tests on electrical and electronic circuitry and various components, including solid state digital micro-processing systems; determines source of malfunctions and makes repairs as required. Inspects and performs preventive maintenance on systems and equipment; tests electronic and electrical elements to ensure ongoing usage. Maintains and repairs digital solid state traffic controllers, conflict monitors, video detection and incident detection systems, microwave detection systems, local communication interface units, load switches, pre-emption systems and vehicle induction loops. Troubleshoot and repairs knockdowns or damaged systems or components on an emergency basis. Reads diagrams, blueprints, specifications and manuals for installation and repair projects. Maintains and services electrical test and repair equipment and hand and power tools; keeps small inventory of frequently used supplies and parts. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. May direct the work of less skilled assistants on specific projects; ensures that proper safety precautions are followed, particularly around energized circuits. Maintains records of work performed and materials used. Assists in maintaining overhead wiring owned by the County for street lighting services. Drives County vehicles to work sites and transports materials and assistants as required; may work from lift trucks, ladders and other elevating devices. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a maintenance setting, including operating typical trade equipment, hand and power tools and standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle to and operate a lift or boom truck at various work sites; stamina to stand, walk and climb and to work in confined or awkward spaces or from aerial equipment for an extended period of time; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Update: This recruitment will be used to fill position in District Court and all Justice Courts Primary responsibilities involve protecting and performing ancillary duties to support court and related criminal justice system, staff. Maintains security, safety, and decorum in an assigned court and associated public facilities while the court is in session and during public access hours. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the final hiring interview. THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL TERM (LIMITED-PERMANENT) POSITIONS. THE SELECTED CANDIDATES WILL BE HIRED FOR A SPECIAL PROJECT OR DUTIES OF A LIMITED DURATION, AND BE REQUIRED TO SIGN A TERM OF EMPLOYMENT LETTER SPECIFYING CONDITIONS AND EXACT DATES OF EMPLOYMENT. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR BENEFITS DURING THE DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT. This position is non-union and is excluded from membership in the Union. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Must possess a valid Nevada State P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) certification or be accepted into an accredited P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) law enforcement academy at time of application . Must be capable of passing P.O.S.T. pre-agility Fitness Standards as defined by N.A.C. 289.300 1. (b)(1). Additional experience in dealing with the public is desirable. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Wear a uniform as specified. Carry a firearm, chemical agent and meet and maintain applicable certifications. Licensing and Certification: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License. Must possess a valid Nevada P.O.S.T Category II (or higher) certification or be accepted into an accredited P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) law enforcement academy at time of application . Must be capable of passing P.O.S.T. pre-agility Fitness Standards as defined by N.A.C. 289.300 1. (b)(1). Weapons qualification is required for duty weapon. Failure to satisfactorily complete required training shall be proper cause for termination. In addition, appointed District Court and Las Vegas Justice Court judicial bailiffs must complete a valid Nevada P.O.S.T. Category I training program within eighteen (18) months from the date of appointment. Applicants with P.O.S.T. certifications outside the state of Nevada must provide documentation at time of application proving their certification meets Nevada P.O.S.T. Category II standards. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation that meets all requirements of Nevada Administrative Code 289.110. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Medical Examination: Employment is contingent upon the results of a physical examination performed by our examining physician. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Monitors scanning equipment, books, prisoners at the bailiff station, security gate or in court as directed by the court. Maintains procedures to protect the safety of the judge and the court's property; protects all court personnel, attorneys, and visitors in the courts; maintains security of the jury during all phases of the trial. Calls court to order and maintains appropriate decorum in court whenever court is in session. Ensures potential witnesses are separated from jurors prior to and throughout trial. Takes emergency action and/or notifies emergency personnel as the situation warrants; may administer basic first aid or CPR if required. Transports detainees and assists transportation officers in moving detainees to and from the courtroom, holding cells and vehicles. Acts as liaison between the judge, attorneys, courtroom staff and the public in order to ensure the orderly conduct of court business. Opens and locks secured areas and facilities; sets up courtroom for operation. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. May execute warrants of arrest as assigned by the court. May perform general office support work, deliver or pick-up documents and other materials and assist the judge in other ways as instructed. May operate video recording equipment in the courtroom. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office or court setting and use standard office equipment, strength to lift materials weighing up to 50 pounds, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Strength to effectively subdue and/or remove persons in difficult or emergency situations. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Medical Examiner position is responsible for the investigation of sudden, unexpected or violent death within the County within all applicable state laws and County regulations. Clark County is a dynamic and innovative organization dedicated to providing top-quality service with integrity, respect and accountability. With jurisdiction over the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and covering an area the size of New Jersey, Clark County is the nation's 13th-largest county and provides extensive regional services to more than 2.3 million citizens and more than 45.6 million visitors a year (2019). For more information regarding the Clark County Coroner's office, please visit the department web page: http://cms8.revize.com/revize/clarknv/government/departments/coroner_medical_examiner/about_us.php Salary is negotiable based on experience and education/certifications. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. Note: A RESUME IS REQUIRED IN ADDITION TO THE APPLICATION FOR THIS POSITION. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Minimum of one (1) year of full-time professional physician's experience in a coroner or medical examiner's office. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Licensing and Certification: At time of application, must have completed an anatomic pathology residency AND completed or currently in a forensic pathology fellowship in an accredited program. At time of appointment, must have a valid license to practice medicine in the State of Nevada. At time of appointment, must be board certified or eligible in anatomic and forensic pathology by the American Board of Pathology. If eligible, must complete all board certifications within two years of hire date. Board certification must be maintained throughout the course of employment. Possession of valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. To see a list of currently accredited programs, visit the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education website located at ww.acgme.org. Working Conditions: Work with exposure to infectious and contagious diseases. Work in violent, traumatic or highly charged emotional environments. Work in off-hours situations on an emergency call-out basis. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Performs examination of human bodies in order to determine the cause and manner of death through varied sources of information as well as the performance of autopsy. Performs and supervises laboratory work. Assists law enforcement agencies in search operations, excavations and recovery of bodies. Examines scenes of death/crime. Provides expert testimony in legal proceedings related to deaths. Provides instruction to nurses, paramedics, law enforcement personnel and others by lecture and demonstration. Assists in the selection, training, and professional development of staff. Represents the County in various activities and meets with the public in both public and private agencies, governmental entities and the general public. Assists in directing emergency responses to disasters that require coroner services. Contributes to the overall quality of the department's service provision by developing and coordinating work teams and by reviewing, recommending and implementing improved policies and procedures. Operates a motor vehicle to drive to crime scenes and disasters and to attend meetings. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to crime scenes and disasters and to attend meetings. Vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. The Senior Business Systems Analyst position provides project leadership for customers, professional and technical staff; performs requirements analysis, applications design, feasibility studies and other information technology functions for customers, in support of County administrative and business services for multiple computer platform applications. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Business, or Public Administration, or a related field , AND four (4) years of full-time professional level experience in systems analysis and project leadership in a large multi-processing environment. Professional level experience, which has provided the skills and knowledge necessary to perform all job functions at this level, may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. Licensing and Certification: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Provides project management skills in planning, scheduling, managing and reporting; provides lead direction, training and work review for a programming project team; organizes and assigns work, sets priorities, and follows up and controls project status to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work. Gathers and analyzes information regarding customer systems and requirements for automated systems to fulfill these needs; conducts feasibility studies. Provides professional organization, documentation, communication and interpersonal skills; presents information in formal settings. Conducts requirements analysis, cost/benefit analysis develops schedules and project plans and other phases of a formal systems development methodology. Works in a matrix management environment with reporting responsibilities to customers and the assigned department. Provides self-direction and works with minimal direction. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Conducts feasibility studies and develops system, time, equipment and cost requirements. Provides bridging and resolution for project and customer conflicts; finds the common ground and compromises. Confers with customer department staff regarding assigned functional program areas. Maintains records and prepares periodic and special reports of work performed. Uses standard office equipment in the course of the work; may drive a personal or County motor vehicle or be able to arrange for appropriate transportation to and from various work sites and to attend off-site meetings. Maintains current knowledge of technology and new computer customer applications. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting and use standard office equipment, stamina to remain seated and maintain concentration for an extended period of time, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Clark County is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Family Services Specialist I/II position. Candidates from this recruitment will initially fill the Department of Family Services academy. This posting may be used to fill future vacancies in the Departments of Social Service and Juvenile Justice Services. Clark County Department of Family Services is the local child welfare agency whose role it is to help keep children safe. The Family Services Specialist is an entry level position which performs a variety of professional child welfare and protection duties to support the safety, permanency and wellbeing of children. They perform various assessments and implement treatment and behavioral intervention techniques for clients that have been identified as abused, neglected and abandoned, behaviorally or emotionally impaired or medically fragile. Family Services Specialists will begin working in one of our three divisions: Hotline/Intake, CPS/NIA, or Permanency. In other jurisdictions this position may be considered a Social Worker. The Family Services Specialist position for Clark County Social Service performs a variety of independent professional casework to assist with intervention and focus on achieving adult client self-sufficiency. The position conducts interviews with clients to obtain information for program/service eligibility. Assessments of the client's support systems are completed to implement a service plan by the Family Services Specialist. Based on client information and agency guidelines, a determination is made for programs and services, which include client participation in a case management program and interaction with co-workers, community partners and other professionals. The Family Services Specialist position for the Department of Juvenile Justice Services performs a variety of independent professional assessment and casework to support youth with school attendance and achievement and assist the family unit with stabilization and functioning. The position conducts interviews with youth and their families in order to identify areas of need and develop responsive case plans. The approach is family-centered and strength-based and includes joining with families to establish positive working relationships. Family Services Specialist I: $25.48 - $39.47 Hourly Family Services Specialist II: $27.48 - $42.62 Hourly Salary listed is effective July 24, 2021. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months at either level or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. The Family Services Specialist I is a training underfill position: upon successful completion of the probationary period (520 hours worked to 2,080 hours worked) and the training program, which is up to two (2) years, the successful candidate will be non-competitively promoted to Family Services Specialist II. Some positions may be Grant Funded. Grant Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available. This recruitment may be used to fill term (Limited-Permanent) positions. The selected candidates will be hired for a special project or duties of a limited duration and be required to sign a term of employment letter specifying condition and exact dates of employment. The successful candidates will be eligible for benefits during the duration of employment. The first group of applications meeting minimum qualifications will be invited to the 1st written examination scheduled for the week(s) of April 23, 2021 and/or May 3, 2021 (please note this date is subject to change). Those passing the written examination will be invited to interview the week(s) of May 17, 2021 and/or May 24, 2021 for the Department of Family Services. Subsequent applications will be periodically screened for minimum qualifications and invited to future testing dates, which may vary. THE EXAMINATION PROCESS: This is an open and continuous recruitment; therefore, testing dates will vary depending on when the application was received and reviewed by Human Resources for meeting minimum qualifications. There will be multiple parts to the examination process for the Family Services Specialist I/II position: Written Examination - Must pass with a 70% or higher Oral Board Interview - Varies based on department Written Examination : Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in the written examination. Invitations will be sent out via e-mail. Specific dates of the examination will be determined by the date applications are received and reviewed for meeting minimum qualifications. Candidates with a score of 70 and above on the Written Examination will be placed on the Eligibility List. Oral Board Interview : Candidates placed on the Eligibility List will be notified via email if they are selected to interview for a department. Specific interview dates will be determined by the date application is received and reviewed for minimum qualifications and when the written examination was successfully completed. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Education and Experience: Family Services Specialist I - Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Child Development, Psychology, Special Education, Behavioral Science, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Health Science, Human Services, Education, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Social Services, Sociology, Public Administration, Business Administration, Communications, Marketing or Social Science. Family Services Specialist II - In addition to the above: Two (2) years full-time experience providing protective casework/counseling services, assessments or treatment services in a child welfare, social service, juvenile justice and/or residential setting. Working Conditions: Work under potentially abusive, hazardous or emergency conditions. May work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts. Some positions may require possession of a personal vehicle, which may be used for work purposes. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. In order to work at the Department of Family Services, employees must not have any qualifying offense that violates the standards required by NRS 432B.198 and/or NRS 432B.199. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES General Family Services Tasks Performed in All Positions Drives a vehicle to transport children and/or family members, make home visits and other in-person contacts and to attend meetings; Some positions may require possession of a personal vehicle, which may be used for work purposes. Participates on various multi-disciplinary teams regarding clients; Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the department's service to its clients by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team/unit/division; Works in a typical human services, detention, or public safety setting; Uses standard office equipment, reads printed materials and a computer screen, completes case notes, court reports and other written materials documenting the safety, permanency and wellbeing of youth, families, adults and/or seniors; Communicates in person or over the telephone; Understands techniques for dealing with a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, often where relations may be confrontational or strained; Interprets, applies, and explains applicable laws, codes, regulations to both clients and the general public; Uses critical thinking skills to evaluate complex problems and alternatives; Employs sound judgment consistent with various social work principles and practices when appropriate; Works with the justice system and testifies in court; Facilitates, supervises and documents parental and sibling visitation. In the Department of Family Services , the Family Service Specialist I/II functions as a primary position to each unit in which it is assigned. Due to the diverse utilization of the position, incumbents in this classification may be assigned to any of the following units. Child Protective Services (CPS) & Hotline Takes, screens and documents incoming phone calls from various community sources regarding potential child abuse and/or neglect complaints; Interviews children, parents, and family members, representatives from various agencies and others, in person and on the phone to obtain and verify pertinent information regarding potential child abuse and neglect referrals; Assess immediate safety needs of children to include both their physical and mental health; Arranges for immediate response to emergency calls, immediate removal and placement of children when warranted and collaboration with various Law Enforcement agencies. Child Receiving/Placement Receives children being admitted into protective custody, makes admission determinations and processes the admissions; Assesses the immediate needs of children regarding physical and mental health; Identifies relative and/or foster care placements for children. Permanency Case Management (Out of Home, In-Home and Adoptions) Provides on-going assessment of the future risk of harm to children and needed services to reduce the risks of future harm; Plans for children, focusing on the goal of preserving their family, reunification, or achieving permanent placement in another family; Provides services to families with child abuse and/or neglect issues in a variety of settings including family homes, foster care, adoptive homes, relative care and other alternative out-of-home placements; Develops collaborative case plans with families and key parties to address barriers to child safety and revises plans with children and families; Assists in meeting case plan goals and provides regular monitoring of case progress; Makes referrals to community agencies and develops case strategies for short- and long-term assistance and problem resolution; Performs crisis intervention when needed; Provides various services to aid clients in promoting and achieving self-sufficiency when appropriate; Assesses, secures and monitors financial resources for which clients have been deemed eligible to receive (i.e. Social Security...); Identifies candidates for adoption planning and assists in successful case transition; Conducts Home Studies to assess both stability and placement options for children being adopted; Assists adoptive parents in understanding and supporting family connections (e.g. with siblings) of child/ren to be adopted; Conducts post-placement visits after adoption. Resource Development and Support Identifies, evaluates, and secures appropriate alternative placements including foster homes, homes of relatives, group homes, and/or other alternative living arrangements; Conducts foster parent licensing investigations to determine the validity, extent and urgency of child abuse and/or neglect complaints; Assesses and licenses individuals and agencies who apply to provide care for children, such as foster parents; Performs recruitment, training, and/or licensing of qualified foster families; Assist in the on-going development of the recruitment and licensing process; Coordinates, schedules and facilitates on-going foster care recruitment orientations and trainings for all new foster care families; Interviews potential foster parents and teaches behavior modification and counseling techniques for children and families. In the Social Service Department, the Family Services Specialist I/II conducts casework interviews with clients, family members, service providers, employers and others to obtain information for formulating program/service eligibility and case status; Utilizes agency guidelines, state, and federal regulations to determine/confirm eligibility for programs and services; Explains agency and program rules, regulations and procedures; Assists clients in completing required forms and in gathering necessary documentation; Identifies the social, economic and physical needs of clients; Assesses the client's support systems, available community resources and other factors to plan, develop, and implement an appropriate service plan; Refers clients to appropriate community medical, emotional, economic and social support organizations; Advocates for or assists the client in obtaining needed services; Provides basic intervention and client and family counseling as required; Implements and provides the basic principles, policies, practices and procedures of social services, Follows recognized and approved principles and practices of case management; Possess and implements basic crisis intervention and counseling techniques; Maintains an awareness of existing basic community resources and of community programs available to assist clients with identified needs; Confers with other departmental professionals and supervisors regarding potential service provision. In the Department of Juvenile Justice Services , the Family Services Specialist I/II conducts a variety of supportive services for at-risk youth and families from a human services perspective. Due to the diverse utilization of the position, incumbents in this classification may be assigned in any of the following units. Community Outreach (The Harbor and The Truancy Prevention Outreach Program) Conducts assessments of youth and families in a variety of domains in order to identify immediate and long-term needs; Develops case plans in conjunction with youth and families in order to prioritize needs and provide resources and supports to assist the family in achieving their goals; Provides case management services in a variety of settings including family homes, relative care and other alternative out-of-home placements to ensure youth and families receive the desired interventions in a timely manner; Transports youth and families to appointments as needed; Documents demographic information, assessment results as well as case notes in FamilyTRACS; Facilitates life skills classes for youth and/or parents on a variety of topics; Works collaboratively with community partners to ensure youth and families receive comprehensive and evidenced-based services; Provides in-home interventions; Performs crisis intervention when needed. Probation Intake Interviews youth and families referred to the Court via citation or booking obtaining the correct demographic information and entering it into FamilyTRACS; Administers the Intake pre-screen on each youth; If releasing a youth on a return agreement, completes the return agreement form using the appropriate return date; Transports youth to alternative placement settings, appointments or home as needed; Provides crisis intervention when needed; Provides general information and resources to walk-in clients or community calls; Presents recommendations at Detention, Plea, and verbal Report and Dispositional Hearings; Provides case management services to youth on Hold Open status; Provides in-home interventions; Divert appropriate youth through referrals to The Harbor and informal probation programs Field Probation Provides services and monitoring to ensure compliance with Court Orders; Provides supervision of youth in their own homes, group or foster homes, residential treatment centers (RTC), and other programs; Responsible for keeping complete and accurate case notes and entering that information in FamilyTRACS by the indicated timelines; Monitors youth's school attendance and academics; Assists youth in developing competency in job seeking skills; Visits youth and families within community settings (home, school) Involves family in the facilitation of the treatment program. Networks with community resource providers; Refers youth and families to appropriate community resources when needed; Prepares written reports and documentation on youth's progress; Gives oral presentations in Court, in staffings, and during unit meetings; Monitors youth in community service programs and tracks the work of youth who are required to complete community service hours; Enters "face to face," telephone and other contacts as specified in FamilyTRACS in intervals as indicated by the assigned supervision levels or standards set forth; Provides in-home interventions; Administers validated assessment tools and utilizes results to inform case plans. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical court, detention or public safety setting to include standing and/or walking for an extended period of time, and strength to restrain and/or eject individuals, use standard office equipment, and be capable of commuting to various off-site locations in order to attend meetings or make on-site visits; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Specified positions may require mobility and stamina to assist youth, families, adults and/or seniors experiencing crisis and support client safety and well-being. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Part Time
ABOUT THE POSITION The Departments of Social Service and Family Services are seeking qualified candidates to assist with managing the oversight of agreements assisting with homeless service providers and other vendors. The Part Time Management Assistant ensures compliance with regulations and County standards, tracks specific grant awards received from federal sources and programs, and performs data entry, record management, file monitoring, contract support, and creation of summary reports that need distribution across various internal units and external departments. Social Service Works with federal, state and local grants, prepares correspondence, date entry and prepare special reports, create invoices, contract with service providers and vendors for homeless programs. Provides a safety net of human services to a growing community. The vision of CCSS is self-sufficiency for at-risk people through a variety of services. Family Services Collaborates with various community partners, provide factual information for resource assistance to Case Managers, and communicate professionally with internal and external customers. A nalyzes data from studies and surveys, communicates with program sites, trains interns & new staff on programs and researches parenting topics. Some positions may be Grant Funded. Grant Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available. Please Note: Part-time employment will not lead to permanent employment. Part-time hourly employees are used to fill positions normally less than twenty (20) hours per week. Part-time employees do not receive benefits. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Equivalent to sixty (60) semester hours of college-level course work. One year of experience in working with federal, state, or local grants . Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at the time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. In order to work at the Department of Family Services, employees must not have any qualifying offense that violates the standards required by NRS 432B.198 and/or NRS 432B.199. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Working Conditions: Work shifts may include day, swing shift, and weekends (including Holidays). EXAMPLES OF DUTIES - Learns and comprehends federal funding source requirements, to include eligible activities & costs and supporting documentation. - Keeps abreast of funder updates to grant requirements and assists with updating reference materials, checklists, and processes accordingly. - Learns and comprehends agreements with homeless service providers and vendors, to include allowable costs, documentation requirements, and reporting schedules. - Assists with new program orientations with contracted homeless service providers and vendors. - Reviews requests for reimbursement from contracted homeless service providers and vendors to ensure accuracy and compliance with funder requirements and County standards. - Prepares correspondence pertaining to information and documentation requests specific to reimbursement invoice processing. - Assists with program monitoring of contracted programs; assists with development of monitoring tools based on funder requirements and County standards. - Assists team with tasks associated with federal requirements as appropriate, to include environmental review requests and Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rules. - Performs administrative detail work, completes data entry activities, maintains records, and works in relevant databases. - Enters, edits, and retrieves data and prepares periodic or special reports, using various software programs and following established formats and menus. - Types reports, forms, and specialized documents related to the functions of the organizational unit assigned from drafts, notes, or brief instructions, using various software programs. - Proofreads and checks typed and other materials for accuracy, completeness, compliance with departmental policies, and correct English usage, including grammar, punctuation, and spelling. - Prepares and updates a variety of reports and records which may require the use of arithmetic calculations and consolidating materials from several sources. - Establishes and maintains office files; researches and compiles information from such files; purges files as required. - Reviews computer-produced and typed reports for accuracy, research exceptions and makes corrections as required. - Maintain the highest level of customer service for outside providers and agencies as well as staff within the department. - Monitors and coordinates the daily operations of assigned programs. - Performing administrative detail work, preparing instructor's materials, tracking registration, maintaining records and statistics. - Prepares payroll timesheets for staff based upon multiple grant assignments. - Tracks part-time staff hours and assists in scheduling parenting programs. - Communicates with program sites regarding programs. - Compiles program data and client satisfaction feedback including open and closed type scale data on programs. - Pairs assessments and pre-tests and post-tests determining eligibility for analysis, scores Triple P, Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventories, Strength and Difficulties, Parenting Scales and other tools using multiple evaluation software programs. - Enters scores and client data into Excel/SPSS and prepares and cleans data for program evaluation purposes. - Collects information needed for quarterly and year-end grant reports. - Assists with the coordination of drug and alcohol assessment services between the department and vendors. - Assists with program marketing, creating fliers and community calendars for dissemination to partners and the community. - Researches parenting topics and works with partners regarding specialized services. Acts as a liaison at community coalition meetings and community events describing programs and services. - Trains interns and new staff on program processes, oversees office functions when Training Coordinator is out of the office. - Facilitates parent education programs acting as an emergency backup when an instructor calls in. - Acts as a backup on phone support for registration, correspondence, and reminder calls. - Enters client attendance applying program standards when determining credit. - Researches attendance issues. - Identifies and corrects duplication issues in the attendance tracking program. - Organized, excellent communication skills, good time management skills, ability to solve problems and manage difficult or challenging clients and able to safeguard sensitive information. Team player. - May translate materials from English to Spanish as program information is updated. - Types reports, forms and specialized documents related to the functions of the organizational unit to which assigned from drafts, notes, or brief instructions, using various software programs. - - Proofreads and checks typed and other materials for accuracy, completeness, compliance with departmental policies, and correct English usage, including grammar, punctuation, and spelling. - - Enters, edits, and retrieves data and prepares periodic or special reports, using various software programs and following established formats and menus. - Will perform data collection and data entry. - Prepares and updates a variety of reports and records which may require the use of arithmetic calculations and consolidating materials from several sources. - Establishes and maintains office files; researches and compiles information from such files; purges files as required. - Reviews computer-produced and typed reports for accuracy, research exceptions and makes corrections as required. - Operates standard office equipment. Acts as receptionist and receives and screens referrals for in-home safety services; provides factual information regarding County or departmental activities and functions which may require the explanation of rules, policies and/or procedures; maintains records. - Maintain the highest level of customer service for outside providers and agencies as well as staff within the department. - Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment, drive a motor vehicle, vision to read printed material, and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time:
CLARK COUNTY, NV Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Jun 28, 2021
Full Time
ABOUT THE POSITION Note: Salary listed effective July 24,2021. The Senior Planner position requires work experience in performing professional current and/or advanced planning work, including conducting planning studies; experience in the use of GIS software, collecting and presenting data and preparing reports; providing information and advice to the public in person and over the telephone. T he Comprehensive Planning Department includes Current Planning, Advanced Planning, Park Planning, Trails Planning and Zoning Plans Check. This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree with major course-work in city, regional, environmental, transportation or urban planning or related field AND two (2) years of full-time professional planning experience. Directly related experience in an area of planning that has provided the knowledge and skills required at this level may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years. An advanced degree in city, regional, or urban planning or other appropriate area is highly desirable. Wo rking Conditions : Attend meetings outside of normal working hours. Licensing and Certification: Specified positions must possess a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License at time of appointment. Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES In addition to Comprehensive Duties, this position will: receive, research, review land use, park and trail plans, process, and make recommendations on land use applications and master plan elements for presentation and decision by the local Town Advisory Boards and Citizen Advisory Councils, the Zoning Administrator, the Planning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners. Interpret, explain, and enforce provisions of applicable County Codes, State statutes, applicable laws and regulations, and other policies to the public in person, over the phone and in writing. Assist in updating various elements of the Comprehensive Master Plan. Use GIS software to assist in research and analysis of park and trail requirements. Conduct field visits to ensure compliance with County Codes, applicable laws, regulations, and other policies for pending and approved projects. Communicate with elected officials other departments, agencies, local Town Advisory Boards and Citizen Advisory Councils to effectively convey technical planning information. COMPREHENSIVE DUTIES Conducts research studies and prepares reports and recommendations regarding land use, zoning, urban design, population trends, transportation, housing, air quality, redevelopment, emergency response, and other community service needs. Assists with the review and update of the Comprehensive Master Plan and site specific plans; assists with various grant-funded and other projects. Receives and processes applications for variances, rezoning, specific plan amendments, subdivision maps, annexations, use permits, and related zoning/planning and regulation items. Interprets, explains and enforces provisions of County codes, applicable laws and regulations, and other policies and standards to potential applicants and the public; answers telephone and counter inquiries regarding County and local governmental ordinances and requirements. Reviews construction plans and business license applications for conformity to codes and regulations; processes routine plans and applications, variances, use permits, and business licenses. Monitors status of development applications from acceptance to issuance of final permit. Researches and reviews plans for ordinance regulations; provides specific information to engineers, architects, contractors, developers, property owners, etc. regarding codes, regulations and procedures in area of expertise. May be assigned to coordinate the planning activities for specific program(s). Uses computers and software programs for various technical planning projects and studies. Prepares a variety of written communications, including analytical reports, correspondence; directs the preparation of graphic materials. Makes field surveys and investigations related to planning and zoning projects or requests. Makes oral and graphic presentations or prepares materials for presentation to Boards and commissions and community groups; answers questions and provides information and assistance to the public in person, on the telephone and in writing. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. May provide work direction and instruction to technical or office support staff; may assist in instructing less experienced professional staff. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; specified positions may drive a motor vehicle to attend meetings and inspect property sites. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to attend meetings and inspect development sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: Continuous