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SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Nov 25, 2021
Full Time
THIS IS A LIMITED TERM POSITION WITH A FOCUS ON THE LIBRARY'S DIGITAL SERVICES The San Benito County Free Library has a vacancy for a limited-term, full-time, benefitted Library Technician. If you are enthusiastic in the areas of outreach and programming (both virtually and in-person), STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics), customer service, and library innovation and work well in a fast-paced team environment, please apply. DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform a variety of difficult and complex paraprofessional library work; to supervise and train volunteers and staff; to be responsible for one or more of the major library units, including the bookmobile; to provide patrons with assistance in the use of library materials and resources; to perform a variety of office assistance tasks; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a specialized job classification. Incumbents have responsibility for performing a variety of complex technical library and office assistance duties in specialty areas, such as Inter-Library Loans and Reference. Responsibilities require substantial library background and experience. Incumbents are expected to be familiar with the policies, functions, and operations of the County Library System. This class is distinguished from the Library Assistant II classification in that incumbents perform a greater scope of assignments requiring more in-depth knowledge of library procedures, methods, and terminology. They also have specialized knowledge related to their area of assignment. Library Technician incumbents provide supervision, lead direction and work coordination for other staff and volunteers. REPORTS TO County Librarian or Librarian I/II CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Supervises Library Assistant I, II and Volunteers. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in both office and library environments; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Performs technical processing of library media and materials May assign classification designations to library media Receives, researches, and answers patrons' reference requests Performs circulation desk activities, answering questions and checking out materials Receives patron requests for books, media, and information Processes all incoming shipments and may assign catalog numbers adds, deletes, and updates materials on a computer system Finds and reserves books and media for circulation Issues library cards Collects monies for overdue and damaged items Maintains records and files Processes interlibrary loan media Complies information for statistical summaries and reports Reshelves returned materials Instructs patrons in the use of library resources and library rules and procedures Supervises, train and direct staff and volunteers Maintains records on monies collected May assist with the selection of library materials Updates records and reports May assist with the maintenance and ordering of the periodicals Performs specialized functions as assigned Types and/or uses word processing software to prepare a variety of correspondence, information, and other materials Supervises, trains, and directs staff and volunteers May operate the bookmobile. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Four years of general office support and public relations experience, preferably including two years of library experience comparable to that of a Library Assistant II with San Benito County. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Library procedures, methods and terminology. In-depth knowledge of a specialized area of library services and operations, as assigned. Processing and cataloging of library media. Maintenance of files and information retrieval systems. Computer applications for library services. Modern office methods and procedures. Library reference resources. Correct English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. General functions of a library and bookmobile service. Work direction and training of staff. Ability to: Perform specialized library duties such as reference, cataloging, and interlibrary loans. Perform varied and responsible library and circulation assistance assignments. Interpret, explain, and apply library policies and methods. Supervise, train and evaluate staff. Gather and organize data and information. Maintain accurate records and prepare reports. Work with computerized information systems. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public and other staff when explaining the functions and policies of the County Library System. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: 12/1/2021 5:00 PM Pacific
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Nov 17, 2021
Full Time
I: Under supervision, to learn the methods and procedures used in gathering and analyzing data for the appraisal of real property; to assist with making field investigations, studies, and appraisals of residential, commercial, and farm properties; and to do related work as required. II: Under direction, to secure and analyze data for the appraisal of real property for ad valorem tax purposes; to make field investigations, studies, and appraisals of residential, commercial, and farm properties; to explain appraisal methods, laws, and procedures to the public; to defend challenged appraisals before the Board of Equalization, when necessary; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the first experienced working level in the Appraiser class series. Incumbents are expected to perform a variety of job assignments, requiring appraisal knowledge and background, with minimal supervision and direction. Also, they are expected to be fully capable of explaining appraisal methods and applicable sections of the Revenue and Taxation Code to the public. III: Under direction, to secure and analyze data for the appraisal of real property for ad valorem tax purposes; to make field investigations, studies, and appraisals of residential, commercial, and farm properties; to explain appraisal methods, laws, and procedures to the public; to defend challenged appraisals before the Board of Equalization, when necessary; to perform the more complex appraisals and special assignments for the Assessor's Office; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the advanced working level in the Appraiser class series. Incumbents are expected to perform the full scope of real property appraisal, requiring appraisal knowledge and background, with minimal supervision and direction. Also, they are expected to perform the more complex appraisals and special job assignments, as well as assist with the training of new staff. They must be fully capable of explaining appraisal methods and applicable sections of the Revenue and Taxation Code to the public. REPORTS TO Supervising Appraiser CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED None TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; ability to walk in uneven terrain; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment including computers, telephones, calculators, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in both an office and outdoor environments; continuous contact with staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills I: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Learns to conduct investigations and analyze data in determining the value of residential, commercial, small commercial, and homogeneous farm properties for tax assessment purposes Assists with inspections and inspects building improvements and changes to determine the effect on property value Inspects exterior and interior of buildings to determine classifications according to standards and examples set forth in appraisal manuals Learns to analyze and determine the quality of materials, fixtures, equipment, and general construction in buildings Measures buildings and computes both total area and improved areas Estimates replacement costs, construction costs, resale value, and other pertinent factors affecting property values Learns to utilize proper judgment in arriving at consistent, equitable appraisals for tax assessment purposes Records factual data and comments on appraisal forms Prepares scale drawings of the location of buildings and improvements in relation to property lines Sketches maps to assist with field locations Assists with the preparation of reports Performs the more routine appraisal assignments on an independent basis as job experience is gained. II: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Conducts investigations and analyzes data in determining the value of residential, commercial, small commercial, and homogeneous farm properties for tax assessment purposes Inspects building improvements and changes to determine the effect on property value Inspects exterior and interior of buildings to determine classifications according to standards and examples set forth in appraisal manuals. Examines, analyzes, and determines the quality of materials, fixtures, equipment, and general construction in buildings and improvements Measures buildings and computes both total area and improved areas as required Estimates replacement costs, construction costs, resale value, and other pertinent factors affecting property values Obtains information in interviews with owners, contractors, real estate agents, and others when necessary Combines the variety of elements affecting property value and exercises judgment in arriving at consistent, equitable appraisals for tax assessment purposes Records factual data and comments on appraisal forms Performs roll corrections on properties incorrectly assessed Reviews properties for special exemptions and insures proper valuation of claims Prepares scale drawings of the location of buildings and improvements in relation to property lines Sketches maps to assist with field locations Explains assessment procedures, value determinations, methods, and laws to the public Prepares analysis and defends challenged assessments before the Board of Equalization, when necessary Prepares reports. III: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Conducts investigations and analyzes data in determining the value of residential, commercial, small commercial, and farm properties for tax assessment purposes Inspects building improvements and changes to determine the effect on property value Inspects exterior and interior of buildings to determine classifications according to standards and examples set forth in appraisal manuals Examines, analyzes, and determines the quality of materials, fixtures, equipment, and general construction in buildings and improvements Measures buildings and computes both total area and improved areas as required Estimates replacement costs, construction costs, resale value, and other pertinent factors affecting property values Obtains information in interviews with owners, contractors, real estate agents, and others when necessary) Combines the variety of elements affecting property value and exercises judgment in arriving at consistent, equitable appraisals for tax assessment purposes Records factual data and comments on appraisal forms Performs roll corrections on properties incorrectly assessed Reviews properties for special exemptions and insures proper valuation of claims Prepares scale drawings of the location of buildings and improvements in relation to property lines Sketches maps to assist with field locations Explains assessment procedures, value determinations, methods, and laws to the public Performs the more complex and specialized appraisal assignments Performs special projects as assigned May gather data and assist with the establishment of appraisal standards Maintains and updates various computer databases related to assessment and evaluation of agricultural parcels Assists with the training of new staff Prepares analysis and defends challenged assessments before the Board of Equalization, when necessary Prepares reports. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I: Completion of formal advanced educational training in accounting, auditing, business administration or a related field; or, completion of some responsible work experience in accounting, appraising, engineering assistance, building cost estimating, construction material buying, or managing or selling real estate. Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Incumbents have one year from the date of appointment in this class to obtain a valid Appraiser's Certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. II: Two years of experience in performing property appraisals and value determinations comparable to that of an Appraiser I. Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Possession of a valid Appraiser's Certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. III: Three (3) years of experience in performing property appraisals and value determinations comparable to that of an Appraiser II with the San Benito County Assessors Office. Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Possession of a valid Advanced Appraiser's Certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. Supplemental information I: Knowledge of: Basic principles of land economics. General knowledge of property appraisal principles. Ability to: Learn and apply the techniques, methods, and principles of real property appraisal. Assemble and analyze statistical and narrative information. Prepare and maintain records and reports. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Speak and write effectively. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Maintain effective communications and good relations with the public. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II: Knowledge of: Factors, techniques, methods, and principles involved in the appraisal of real property. Methods of determining property values. Laws and regulations affecting the appraisal of real property, including pertinent principles and guidelines contained in the State Constitution, Revenue and Taxation Code, and Assessor's Handbook. Organization, procedures, and responsibilities of the County Assessors Office. Ability to: Apply appraisal principles, methods, and techniques in the equitable and justifiable appraisal of real property. Assemble and analyze statistical and narrative information. Read and interpret maps, assessment books, property descriptions, and legal codes. Prepare analytical reports. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Speak and write effectively. Maintain effective communications and good relations with the public and individuals questioning assessment practices and results. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. III: Knowledge of: Factors, techniques, methods, and principles involved in the appraisal of real property. Methods of determining property values. Laws and regulations affecting the appraisal of real property, including pertinent principles and guidelines contained in the State Constitution, Revenue and Taxation Code, and Assessor's Handbook. Organization, procedures, and responsibilities of the County Assessors Office. Computer equipment and software related to property appraisal. Sales ratio analysis and ratio determination methods. Principles of training. Ability to: Provide training and coordination for other staff. Apply appraisal principles, methods, and techniques in the equitable and justifiable appraisal of real property. Assemble and analyze statistical and narrative information. Read and interpret maps, assessment books, property descriptions, and legal codes. Prepare analytical reports. Perform a variety of special projects and assignments. Assist with the establishment of standardized appraisal systems and methods. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Speak and write effectively. Maintain effective communications and good relations with the public and individuals questioning assessment practices and results. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: 12/7/2021 5:00 PM Pacific
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Nov 16, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSTING IS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT, BUT MAY BE USED FOR RECRUITIMENTS COUNTY-WIDE ACCOUNTANT I DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform a variety of accounting, fiscal analysis, and auditing in the preparation, maintenance, and analysis of County/Department fiscal records and financial transactions; to learn County fiscal policies, procedures, and computerized fiscal management, payroll, and tax systems; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry and first working level in the Accountant class series. Incumbents perform a variety of accounting and auditing work requiring some knowledge and background. Incumbents may be assigned to a special work areas as dictated by the needs of the County and the Auditor's Office. This class is distinguished from Accountant II by performing a lesser of scope fiscal management and analysis work and the fact many of the assignments may be performed in a learning capacity, while an incumbent becomes familiar with County fiscal policies, procedures, and computerized financial management systems. An incumbent is learning the computerized systems with the goal of gaining the capability to exercise a coordinating role as they advance to the higher levels in the series. When sufficient job knowledge and work skills have been demonstrated, an incumbent may be promoted to the Accountant II level. ACCOUNTANT II DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform a variety of complex accounting, fiscal analysis, and auditing in the preparation, maintenance, and analysis of County/Department fiscal records and financial transactions; to provide direction and coordination for fiscal support and payroll staff; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the experienced journey level in the Accountant class series. Incumbents perform a variety of complex accounting and auditing work requiring substantial knowledge and background. Incumbents may be assigned to special work areas as dictated by the needs of the County and the Auditor's Office. This class is distinguished from Accountant I by performing a wide variety of more complex fiscal management and analysis work and exercising some responsibility in the coordination of a fiscal management area. It is distinguished from Accountant III in that Accountant III's are assigned full supervisory responsibility for other professional Accountants. REPORTS TO County and/or Department supervisory/management staff, as assigned. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Incumbents may provide some work direction and coordination for fiscal support staff and payroll staff. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office environment; continuous contact with other staff. : Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills ACCOUNTANT I (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) In a training, learning, and basic working capacity: performs accounting work in the establishment and maintenance of County fiscal records Maintains a variety of ledgers and journals; reviews fiscal records to ensure proper disbursement of funds Maintains and balances revenue information Oversees employee insurance administration Audits financial records and prepares information for final audits Prepares a variety of financial reports and statements Assists with the development and control of budget information May oversee and coordinate payroll functions Performs special financial analysis assignments Coordinates balancing of County cash accounts with the banks and other responsible County departments Coordinates posting of journal entries Provides work direction, coordination, and training for fiscal support staff in a County department, as assigned Serves as a liaison with other government agencies, auditors, and the public Provides first line contact with contract auditors, preparing and providing documentation for the annual audit; Performs verification of draft financial audit report Performs adjusting entries, after verification as requested in audit reports Provides other County staff with a variety of information regarding fiscal processes and procedures Learns the County's computerized financial management and tax systems. ACCOUNTANT II (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Performs complex accounting work in the establishment and maintenance of County fiscal records Maintains a variety of ledgers and journals Reviews fiscal records to ensure proper disbursement of funds Maintains and balances revenue information Oversees employee insurance administration Audits financial records and prepares information for final audits Prepares a variety of financial reports and statements Assists with the development and control of budget information May oversee and coordinate payroll functions Performs special financial analysis assignments Coordinates balancing of cash accounts with the banks and other responsible County departments Coordinates posting of journal entries Reconciles problem accounts Oversees contract administration Provides work direction, coordination, and training for fiscal support staff, as assigned Serves as a liaison with other government agencies, auditors, and the public Provides first line contact with contract auditors, preparing and providing documentation for the annual audit Performs verification of draft financial audit reports Performs adjusting entries, after verification as requested in audit reports Provides other County staff with a variety of information regarding fiscal processes and procedures May provide coordination regarding property tax fiscal accounting with the Assessor's Office and Tax Collector's Office, as necessary; may be assigned some coordination responsibilities regarding the County's computerized financial management, payroll, and tax systems. Minimum qualifications & Requirements ACCOUNTANT I Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Education equivalent to successful completion of courses required for a major in accounting at an accredited four (4) year college or university, or successful completion of a professional accounting curriculum which included courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, cost accounting, and business law. (Four years of experience as an Accounting Technician, or in an equivalent technical fiscal support position may be substituted for the required education.) ACCOUNTANT II Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Two years of increasingly responsible fiscal management experience comparable to that of an Accountant I with San Benito County. Education equivalent to successful completion of courses required for a major in accounting at an accredited four (4) year college or university, or successful completion of a professional accounting curriculum which included courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, cost accounting, and business law. (An additional two years of professional accounting/auditing experience may be substituted for the required education.) SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of, or ability to obtain a valid class C California Drivers License May be required to pass a fingerprint/background investigation. Supplemental information ACCOUNTANT I Knowledge of: General accounting theory, principles, and practices and their application to a variety of accounting transactions and problems. Government cost accounting and budgeting. Auditing theory, principles, and techniques and their application to government finance. Principles of account classification. Budget development and control. Computerized spreadsheet, database, and word processing software. Principles of work direction, work coordination, and training. Ability to: Perform a variety of accounting and financial transaction work. Learn the County's computerized financial management and tax systems with the goal of exercising coordination responsibilities. Proficiently use a variety of computerized spreadsheet, database, and word processing software. Analyze and evaluate financial information, researching and gathering appropriate information to resolve problems. Provide lead direction, work coordination and training for other staff. Monitor and update fiscal records. Prepare a variety of financial reports and statements. Gather, organize, analyze, and present a variety of information. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Use a computerized financial management system. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. ACCOUNTANT II Knowledge of: General accounting theory, principles, and practices and their application to a variety of accounting transactions and problems. Laws, rules, regulations, and policies affecting the financial operations and transactions of the County. Government cost accounting and budgeting. Auditing theory, principles, and techniques and their application to government finance. Principles of account classification. Budget development and control. The County's computerized financial management, payroll, and property tax systems and computerized spreadsheet, database, and word processing software. Principles of work direction, work coordination, and training. Ability to: Perform a variety of complex accounting and financial transaction work. Provide basic coordination for the County's computerized financial management, payroll, and property tax systems. Proficiently use a variety of computerized spreadsheet, word processing, and data base software. Analyze and evaluate financial information, researching and gathering appropriate information to resolve problems. Provide lead direction, work coordination and training for other staff. Monitor and update fiscal records. Prepare a variety of financial reports and statements. Gather, organize, analyze, and present a variety of information. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Use a computerized financial management system. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: 12/5/2021 5:00 PM Pacific
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Nov 09, 2021
Full Time
Under general direction, has responsibility for supervising, managing, directing and planning through subordinate supervisors the work of staff engaged in law enforcement and related activities; departmental function or program as a watch commander and/or unit commander, performing highly technical research and analysis of complex problems in providing administrative support. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Positions in this class are distinguished from that of Sheriff's Sergeant by the responsibility for a broader field of activity and a broader scope of authority to act for the department. Incumbents rotate through various assignments and are expected to be able to perform the full range of duties required of the class. They are distinguished from positions in the lower class of Sheriff's Sergeant by their broader scope of authority. REPORTS TO: San Benito County Sheriff Special Working Conditions: Exposure to : variable temperatures and weather conditions; confined work spaces; heights; two-way radio noise; strong, unpleasant odors; infections which might cause chronic disease or death; dust and pollens; chemical irritants; possibility of experiencing bodily injury and/or burns; and contact with a diverse population. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required. Class specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed in the job.) Serves as the Department commander in his or her absence; Under direction, plans, organizes and directs team, program, unit or division operations; Assists in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of Sheriff or Correction programs and services; Directs, assigns, reviews, evaluates, and trains assigned personnel; Counsels assigned personnel, and may recommend disciplinary action; Recommends, interprets and implements department, division, units and/or program policies, procedures and standards; Serves as incident or scene commander in emergency situations; Investigates complaints, infractions of rules and regulations, crimes and suspicious occurrences and takes or recommends appropriate action; May coordinate, and/or conduct inspection tours of facilities for compliance with governing regulations and standards; Responds to, and/or makes recommendations in addressing complaints from staff, inmates and the public; Reviews and/or prepares criminal and administrative reports, correspondence, and statistical information; Under direction, prepares and manages a budget; Serves as liaison and coordinates activities between department divisions, units and programs, may serve as liaison or departmental representative between community groups, individuals, other County departments, and other government agencies; Conducts meetings, staff briefings, training classes, and may make public presentations; Attends meetings of the Board of Supervisors, law enforcement organizations, civic groups and various commissions; Conducts hiring interviews and selects candidates, or participates in the selection process of Sheriff or Correctional and support personnel; As member of management team, responsible for ensuring a workplace that promotes equal employment opportunity; May serve as on-call duty officer; As a collateral assignment, may serve as commander of a special unit such as critical incident, hostage or crowd control teams; Appears in court to testify; Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the department; plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates the staff, functions, and organizational units of the Sheriff's Department; Maintains an ongoing knowledge of new professional developments and relevant legislation pertaining to the field of Law Enforcement; Maintains positive and harmonious relations with members of the Board of Supervisors, County Administrative Officer, department heads, and employee groups for the purpose of policy development, problem solving, and long-range planning; and Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Education: Graduation from high school or possession of a General Education Development (G.E.D.) Certificate and the completion of 60 college semester units from an accredited college. Experience: Two years of experience at a POST approved law enforcement agency, performing duties comparable to those of a Sheriff's Sergeant with San Benito County. Special Requirements: Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who has applied for citizenship at least one year prior to application for employment in accordance with Section 1031.5 of the Government Code; availability to work a flexible schedule, including nights, weekends, holidays and on an emergency, as needed basis; Special Requirements/Conditions: Personal Characteristics Sensitivity, empathy and impartiality; Conscientiousness, dependability, and have initiative and integrity; Emotional control. License/Certificate Requirements: Possession of a POST Supervisory Certificate. Current qualification in Range, First Aid and CPR. Possession of a valid California Driver's License and an acceptable driving record that will qualify for a County driving permit. Candidates must meet all required minimum standards prescribed in Government Code Section 1031 which include a psychological evaluation, polygraph examination, fingerprinting, background investigation, and medical examination Background Investigation: Ability to pass a full background investigation. Supplemental information Thorough knowledge of: Principles and practices of modern police and/or correctional administration and organization; human resource management, program management, organization, supervision, and training; Federal, State, local laws and ordinances pertaining to search and seizure, rules of evidence, interview of suspects, court procedure, criminal law, laws of arrest and laws governing the care, custody and control of prisoners in the county jail; San Benito County Sheriff's Office and Department of Correction policies and procedures; Progressive disciplinary procedures; San Benito County collective bargaining agreements with the Deputy Sheriff's Association, DSA; Service Employees International Union Local 817, SEIU; and the Management Employees Group, MEG; and any departmental agreements with the labor organizations; Investigative procedures, methods and techniques, including preserving crime scenes, identifying the elements of a crime, preserving evidence, obtaining statements, and provisions of the Peace Officer Bill of Rights; Budget preparation and control procedures; Techniques to develop and promote teamwork and employee morale; Modern sociological concepts and communication skills in dealing with a diverse and ethnic population; First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (C.P.R.) Modern community policing philosophy. Working knowledge of: Principles of supervision and training. Use and care of standard police firearms. Techniques of criminal investigation and methods of identifying and pre serving evidence. Court procedures in criminal and civil cases. Ability to: Plan, organize, coordinate, direct, and supervise personnel and the operations of a department team, unit or division; Train, coach and provide guidance to assigned staff; Make decisions and exercise sound judgment, often under emergency situations; Conduct or direct administrative and criminal investigations of crimes, complaints, infractions, violations of County or department policy and procedures, and suspicious occurrences; Prepare, recommend, present and manage a budget; Research, establish, interpret, and implement department and division policies, procedures and standards; Gather, assemble and analyze data, make recommendations and decisions on the information gathered, and prepare concise reports; Develop and maintain effective interpersonal working relationships; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: 11/29/2021 5:00 PM Pacific
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Under general direction, to plan, organize, and direct the activities of one or more major behavioral health service programs; to assign, supervise, and evaluate the work of multidisciplinary professional and support staff engaged in planning and providing a variety of mental health services for individuals, families, groups, and the community; to provide direct clinical services for clients, including crisis on-call coverage; and to perform related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Positions in this class are in charge of one or more major behavioral health.service programs and are responsible for implementing specialized behavioral health services for adults and children. Incumbents are responsible for maintaining the quality of staff performance and compliance to workload standards. REPORTS TO Mental Health Director. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Mental Health Clinicians and other classifications assisting in the delivery or support of behavioral health services. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 Ibs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work may involve the management of unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff, agencies and the general public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Plans, assigns, directs, supervises, and coordinates the work of multidisciplinary staff providing behavioral health diagnostic and treatment services, social and rehabilitation services, and consultation and education services to consumers, public and private agencies, and the community evaluates overall activities of assigned programs/functions, including methods and procedures for effectiveness and consistency with program goals and objectives, recommending and implementing changes in program, policies, and procedures as necessary. Makes or reviews decisions on difficult consumer assessment and casework matters. Provides guidance to subordinates on departmental philosophy, goals and objectives, policies and procedures through casework conferences, staff meetings and work review Assists and participates in the development and coordination of in-service training and staff development programs. Evaluates performance of personnel and takes or recommends appropriate course of action Interviews, selects, and recommends on the hiring of new staff members. Participates in various forms of psychotherapy, such as individual, group and family therapy, including caseload responsibility and crisis on-call coverage Works with other public, private, and community organizations providing health and human services for mentally and emotionally disabled individuals to gain and ensure cooperation in achieving program goals Participates in mental health conferences, trainings and comittees May participate in Countywide community needs assessment and program planning, development and evaluation activities. Assists in preparing annual budget requirements for assigned programs/functions and monitors expenditures and revenues to ensure programs/functions conform to the adopted budget Prepares reports and correspondence regarding workload statistics, casework and unit methods and procedures. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Three years of professional experience working in behavioral health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or private welfare or health services setting. The experience should demonstrate the ability to supervise clinical and other behavioral health service providers and responsibility for program(s) management. Equivalent to a Ph.D. or Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Special Requirements Possession of a valid vehicle operator's license for the State of California. Possession of a valid California license as a Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family, Therapist or, a valid California registration from the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist Intern or, official academic records indicating successful completion of academic course work that meets the requirements for license waiver from the California State Department of Mental Health. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of management and supervision. Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to: Plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinate staff. Provide effective leadership and consultation for staff in casework and/or treatment methods and in professional and legal implications of casework or treatment services. Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy processes for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, other agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS JOB POST IS FOR UPCOMING AND FUTURE VACANCIES I: DEFINITION Under supervision, to work in a training capacity, learning to supervise inmates at the County Detention Facility and maintain Facility security; to learn procedures and methods for the care, custody, and confinement of inmates; to oversee work details and leisure activities; to learn bailiff duties during court sessions; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry and training level in the Correctional Officer class series. Incumbents work in a learning capacity performing Correctional Officer duties related to the care, custody, and confinement of inmates at the County Detention Facility. Incumbents may also learn bailiff functions. This class is distinguished from Correctional Officer II by the fact that Correctional Officer II incumbents are expected to be fully trained and capable of performing assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. A Correctional Officer I may be promoted to Correctional Officer II after demonstration of sufficient skills and knowledge and sound work habits. II: DEFINITION Under general supervision, to supervise inmates at the County Detention Facility, according to laws, regulations, and policies of the State of California and San Benito County; to enforce Facility rules and maintain Facility security; to be responsible for the care, custody, and confinement of inmates during an assigned shift; to oversee work details and leisure activities; to perform bailiff duties during court sessions; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the journey level in the Correctional Officer class series. Incumbents perform a wide scope of Correctional Officer duties related to the care, custody, and confinement of inmates at the County Detention Facility. Incumbents may be assigned bailiff and transportation duties requiring firearms training and proficiency. This class is distinguished from Correctional Officer I by the fact that incumbents are expected to be fully trained and capable of performing assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. It is distinguished from Senior Correctional Officer by the fact that Senior Correctional Officers regularly perform lead and special assignments. REPORTS TO Correctional Sergeant CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory class. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; climb stairs and ladders; maintain mental alertness during periods of inactivity; ability to stoop, kneel, and bend over; sufficient manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing in excess of 100 lbs with assistance; physical ability to sustain extra physical effort for a substantial period of time and restrain prisoners; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office and outdoor environments; work is performed in a variety of temperatures and weather conditions; unusual exposure to life threatening situations; continuous contact with inmates, other staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills I: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Assists with supervision of inmates in the County Detention Facility. May oversee inmates during leisure time activities and on work details. Checks work areas to insure that inmates are working on assigned projects. Sees that facilities, cells, and grounds are kept sanitary. Conducts periodic block checks Learns procedures and performs searches of inmates. Performs searches of cells and other areas for contraband Maintains discipline among inmates Opens and censors incoming mail Maintains and updates Detention Facility records. Responds to inquiries regarding inmate detention and Detention Facility policies within constraints of Department regulations. Learns to receive and book inmates Learns fingerprinting and takes photographs; learns to assign prisoners to cells according to the Facility classification plan; learns requirements and releases prisoners on proper authorization, returning personal property and clothing. May testify in court and before disciplinary boards. Delivers pre-packaged medications, according to specific instructions. Learns methods and procedures and investigates incidents and violations of rules at the facility for disciplinary reports and possible citation or arrest. Collects and secures evidence; may transport inmates to and from court, medical appointments, and other institutions. Supervises inmates and visitors during visiting hours May learn and perform bailiff assignments. Serves warrants. Operates a centralized control system controlling access and movement in the Facility. II: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Supervises inmates in the County Detention Facility; supervises inmates during leisure time activities and on work details; checks work areas to insure that inmates are working on assigned projects; sees that facilities, cells, and grounds are kept sanitary; conducts periodic block checks; performs searches of inmates; performs searches of cells and other areas for contraband; maintains discipline among inmates; opens and censors incoming mail; maintains and updates Detention Facility records; responds to inquiries regarding inmate detention and Detention Facility policies within constraints of Department regulations; receives and books inmates; performs fingerprinting and takes photographs; assigns prisoners to cells according to the Facility classification plan; releases prisoners on proper authorization, returning personal property and clothing; testifies in court and before disciplinary boards; delivers pre-packaged medications, according to specific instructions; investigates incidents and violations of rules at the facility for disciplinary reports and possible citation or arrest; collects and secures evidence; may transport inmates to and from court, medical appointments, and other institutions; supervises inmates and visitors during visiting hours; may supervise, guard, and protect inmates during court sessions, maintaining responsibility for the general security of the courtroom; when serving as bailiff follows directives of the presiding judge in carrying out court orders; operates courtroom recording equipment; calculates and prepares good time and work time credit reports for the courts; may provide security for juries during deliberations; serves warrants; operates a centralized control system controlling access and movement in the Facility. Minimum qualifications & Requirements I: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Some previous work experience with a correctional system is highly desirable. Special Requirements Completion of a Basic Jail Operations Course approved by S.T.C. must be accomplished within 12 months of initial employment. Completion of P.C. 832 and weapons training is required within 12 months of initial employment. Possession of a valid California Driver's License. II: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: One year of previous professional law enforcement experience comparable to that of a Correctional Officer I with San Benito County. Special Requirements Completion of a Basic Jail Operations Course approved by S.T.C. Completion of P.C. 832 and weapons training. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License Supplemental information I: Knowledge of: Basic knowledge of correctional procedures and inmate control problems. Good public relations techniques. First aid methods and techniques. Ability to: Learn the purposes, methods, and procedures for the care and custody of inmates at the San Benito County Detention Facility. Learn to perform a variety of corrections work. Read, understand, and interpret laws and regulations regarding operation of the County Detention Facility and the care and custody of inmates. Learn bailiff responsibilities and duties if assigned. Gather and organize data and information. Interview and secure information from people. Make independent judgments and adopt quick, effective, and responsible courses of action during emergencies. Prepare clear, comprehensive reports. Meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance, and agility. Learn technical and tactical proficiency in the use and care of firearms if necessary. Work with computerized law enforcement information systems. Operate a keyboard and/or typewriter with sufficient skill to perform booking and report preparation assignments. Effectively, tactfully, and courteously represent the Sheriff/Coroner Department with the public and other law enforcement agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II: Knowledge of: San Benito County Detention Facility procedures, policies, and regulations. States and Federal laws and regulations related to jail operations, booking procedures, and custody of inmates. Problems related to the care and custody of inmates. Duties and responsibilities of a bailiff. Recent court decisions affecting arrest procedures and the handling of suspects and detained persons. Good public relations techniques. Use and care of Department authorized equipment and firearms as assigned. First aid methods and techniques. Computers and software used by the County Detention Facility. Ability to: Perform a wide variety of correctional work. Read, understand, and interpret laws and regulations regarding operation of the County Detention Facility and the care and custody of inmates. Perform bailiff duties when assigned. Gather and organize data and information. Interview and secure information from people. Make independent judgments and adopt quick, effective, and responsible courses of action during emergencies. Prepare clear, comprehensive reports. Meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance, and agility. Demonstrate technical and tactical proficiency in the use and care of firearms. Operate a keyboard and/or typewriter with sufficient skill to perform booking and report preparation assignments. Work with computerized law enforcement information systems. Effectively, tactfully, and courteously represent the Sheriff/Coroner Department with the public and other law enforcement agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME THIS POSTING IS FOR THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGENCY, BUT MAY BE USED FOR OTHER DEPARTMENTS COUNTYWIDE DEFINITION I Under general direction, to perform a variety of skilled inspection, diagnosis, maintenance, servicing, and repair work on gas, propane, and diesel power driven equipment; and to do related work as required. II Under general supervision, to perform skilled work in repairing, overhauling and maintaining diesel and gasoline-powered automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is the journey level in Heavy Equipment Mechanic class series. Incumbents perform a variety of skilled maintenance and repair work on County light and heavy power driven equipment and busses. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Heavy Equipment Mechanic II level without further competition. II Positions in this class are experienced in all phases of automotive and equipment repair and may be assigned lead supervision over other skilled and unskilled personnel. REPORTS TO Road Maintenance Superintendent CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I None II This is not a supervisory class. However, incumbents may provide lead direction and work coordination for other staff. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Occasionally sits; frequently stand, walk, stoop, kneel, and crouch; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use a variety of hand and power equipment, electrical testing equipment used in the mechanical trades; use a computer and telephone; operate a variety of road maintenance equipment. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in a shop environment; occasionally works outdoors in varying temperatures; exposure to hazardous materials, smoke, gasses, and fumes; exposure to hazards such as moving machine parts and electrical current; continuous contact with other staff. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) I Inspects, locates, and diagnoses mechanical and/or electrical defects on County trucks, a variety of light and heavy maintenance and construction equipment, and busses; determines extent of necessary repairs; overhauls, repairs, and adjusts transmissions, differentials, air brakes, hydraulic systems, clutches, and engines; tunes-up engines, replacing ignition parts and cleaning and adjusting carburetors and fuel injection systems; replaces and repairs faulty parts, including wheel bearings, oil seals, shock absorbers, exhaust systems, steering mechanisms and other components; works on generators, distributors, relays, lights, and switches; changes and installs belts and hoses; maintains time and materials records for work orders; changes tires; orders and maintains inventory of requisite parts and supplies; carries out preventive maintenance programs; may weld and fabricate parts and equipment; may make field and emergency repairs; installs emergency warning equipment; may road test repaired equipment, may operate a special fueling station and transit facility, may assist with planning new equipment procurement. II Examines and locates mechanical defects in a wide variety of automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment, including diesel and gasoline-powered trucks, tractors, motor graders, backhoes, loaders, rollers, sedans, and power tools; Makes major and minor mechanical repairs including engine tune-ups, brake relining, body and fender repair, electrical system repair, and radio installation; Disassembles, repairs, grinds, welds or replaces worn parts, fits new parts and adjusts engines, oil, water and fuel pumps, carburetors and fuel injectors, governors, starting motors, clutches, transmissions, differentials, brakes and steering gear; Repairs caterpillar tractors, checking and replacing rollers, pins and bushings; times and adjusts motors; replaces electrical wiring; Overhauls hydraulic lifts and steering assemblies on motor graders and tractors; r Repairs equipment bodies; does repair work in the field; does metal fabrication including use of gas and electrical welding equipment; operates a variety of vehicles including heavy-equipment; serves in a lead capacity over other assigned staff. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I Graduation from high school or equivalent and; Two years of responsible work experience as a journey level automotive mechanic, preferably including substantial experience in working on heavy construction equipment. II Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, One year of experience in the County of San Benito performing the duties of a Heavy Equipment Mechanic I. OR Two years of skilled experience in the repair and overhaul of a wide variety of diesel and gasoline-powered automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment. AND Two years of responsible work experience as a journey level automotive mechanic, preferably including substantial experience in working on heavy construction equipment. Special Requirements: I Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Employees hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with the California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements within six months from the date of hire and possession of valid California Class A driver's license within one year from the date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. II Possession of a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within six months from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Supplemental information Knowledge of: I Practices, tools, equipment, and materials used in skilled gas, propane, and diesel- powered equipment maintenance and repair work. Operation and care of internal combustion engines and components. Principles and methods of preventive maintenance. Safe work practices and procedures. Hydraulic valves and controls, hydraulic and air brake systems, and electronic ignition systems. Principles and methods of gas and electrical welding. II Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the testing, adjustment, repair and overhaul of automotive and road construction equipment; gas and electrical welding procedures; Theory and operation of gasoline and diesel-powered engines; Tools and equipment of the trade; Preventive maintenance inspection methods; Safety practices. Ability to: I Inspect gas, propane, and diesel-powered equipment and accurately diagnose electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical defects. Skillfully use a variety of hand and power tools in the maintenance and repair of automotive equipment and heavy equipment. Performed skilled testing, adjustment, repair, and overhaul work on automotive equipment and heavy equipment. Read and interpret shop and repair manuals. Apply technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical trades work. Estimate time and materials for repair jobs. Maintain accurate records and reports. Operate light and heavy road maintenance equipment in a safe manner. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II Demonstrate skill in the use of mechanical tools and equipment in the diagnosing and repair of heavy-duty road construction and maintenance equipment; Perform metal fabrication and repair using gas and electric welding equipment; Follow oral and written instructions; work cooperatively with those contacted in the course of work; Meet and maintain standards of physical endurance and agility. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME DEFINITION: Under general supervision, to perform skilled work in repairing, overhauling and maintaining diesel and gasoline-powered automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Positions in this class are experienced in all phases of automotive and equipment repair and may be assigned lead supervision over other skilled and unskilled personnel. REPORTS TO Road Maintenance Superintendent CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory class. However, incumbents may provide lead direction and work coordination for other staff. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills Examines and locates mechanical defects in a wide variety of automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment, including diesel and gasoline-powered trucks, tractors, motor graders, backhoes, loaders, rollers, sedans, and power tools; Makes major and minor mechanical repairs including engine tune-ups, brake relining, body and fender repair, electrical system repair, and radio installation; Disassembles, repairs, grinds, welds or replaces worn parts, fits new parts and adjusts engines, oil, water and fuel pumps, carburetors and fuel injectors, governors, starting motors, clutches, transmissions, differentials, brakes and steering gear; Repairs caterpillar tractors, checking and replacing rollers, pins and bushings; times and adjusts motors; replaces electrical wiring; Overhauls hydraulic lifts and steering assemblies on motor graders and tractors; r Repairs equipment bodies; does repair work in the field; does metal fabrication including use of gas and electrical welding equipment; operates a variety of vehicles including heavy-equipment; serves in a lead capacity over other assigned staff. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Experience: One year of experience in the County of San Benito performing the duties of a Heavy Equipment Mechanic I. OR Two years of skilled experience in the repair and overhaul of a wide variety of diesel and gasoline-powered automotive, road construction and maintenance equipment. AND Two years of responsible work experience as a journey level automotive mechanic, preferably including substantial experience in working on heavy construction equipment. Special Requirements: Possession of a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within six months from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the testing, adjustment, repair and overhaul of automotive and road construction equipment; gas and electrical welding procedures; Theory and operation of gasoline and diesel-powered engines; Tools and equipment of the trade; Preventive maintenance inspection methods; Safety practices. Ability to: Demonstrate skill in the use of mechanical tools and equipment in the diagnosing and repair of heavy-duty road construction and maintenance equipment; Perform metal fabrication and repair using gas and electric welding equipment; Follow oral and written instructions; work cooperatively with those contacted in the course of work; Meet and maintain standards of physical endurance and agility. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Mental Health Case Manager I DEFINITION Under general direction, to learn and perform initial client interviewing and service intakes; to learn procedures and develop and facilitate client services and case management plans; to recommend assignment of cases to professional staff; to provide paraprofessional and treatment support services for County Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Clients; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry and basic in the Mental Health Case Manager class series. Incumbents learn methods, procedures, and policies and perform basic assignments in providing direct and support services working with individuals, couples, families, or groups, as appropriate. This classification is distinguished from Mental Health Case Manager II in that Mental Health Case Manager I's perform many assignments in a training and learning capacity and work under closer supervision. Mental Health Case Manager II DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform initial client interviewing and service intakes; to develop and facilitate client services and case management plans; to recommend assignment of cases to professional staff; to provide paraprofessional and treatment support services for County Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Clients; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the fully experienced advanced level in the Mental Health Case Manager class series. Incumbents have responsibility for providing direct and support services working with individuals, couples, families, or groups, as appropriate. Incumbents are required to have previous case management experience and expertise. This classification is distinguished from Mental Health Case Manager I in that Mental Health Case Manager II's are expected to provide a broader array of client support services on a more independent basis. REPORTS TO I/II Deputy Director, Mental Health, Mental Health Director, or Substance Abuse Program Administrator CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I/II This is not a supervisory classification. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS I/II Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS I/II Work is performed in office, clinic, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills Mental Health Case Manager I (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Learns and performs basic assignments in the conduct of initial intake interviews for an initial appraisal of client needs and program eligibility; develops recommendations for assignment of clients to professional staff; meets with individuals, families, and groups to provide case management and support services related to an assigned program or service area; provides support in clinic and community settings; assists with the development of program services and functions; provides some basic counseling services under appropriate guidance; communicates with, listens to, and observes clients in individual/group counseling sessions; obtains information to assess clients' needs; formulates case management and service plans, evaluating client progress; prepares and maintains case records and documentation; facilitates client services by providing assistance in securing a variety of support services; may assist with development and implementation of specialized prevention and recovery support activities, including support groups, parenting education, life experience activities, and supported independent living, recreation, and work experience; provides support services including office support and receptionist services, as needed; works with individuals to facilitate access and use of community resources; maintains records of services provided as required State and Federal regulations and Department policies; may develop treatment plans and provide services in collaborative team efforts; assists other staff with support, office, transportation, and other program related activities; performs crisis interventions, as needed. Mental Health Case Manager II (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Conducts initial intake interviews for an initial appraisal of client needs and program eligibility; develops recommendations for assignment of clients to professional staff; meets with individuals, families, and groups to provide a variety of case management and support services related to an assigned program or service area; provides support in clinic and community settings; assists with the development of program services and functions; provides some basic counseling services under appropriate guidance; communicates with, listens to, and observes clients in individual/group counseling sessions; obtains information to assess clients' needs; formulates case management and service plans, evaluating client progress; prepares and maintains case records and documentation; facilitates client services by providing assistance in securing a variety of support services; may assist with development and implementation of specialized prevention and recovery support activities, including support groups, parenting education, life experience activities, and supported independent living, recreation, and work experience; provides support services including office support and receptionist services, as needed; works with individuals to facilitate access and use of community resources; maintains records of services provided as required State and Federal regulations and Department policies; may develop treatment plans and provide services in collaborative team efforts; assists other staff with support, office, transportation, and other program related activities; performs crisis interventions, as needed. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Mental Health Case Manager I Completion of college courses in a behavioral or social science area, including, but not limited to Addiction, Psychology, Sociology, Recreation, Child Care, Social Work, Counseling, and related fields. AND Some previous work experience in providing case management services is highly desirable. Mental Health Case Manager II Completion of college courses in a behavioral or social science area, including, but not limited to Addiction, Psychology, Sociology, Recreation, Child Care, Social Work, Counseling, and related fields. AND One year of responsible experience in providing case management services comparable to a Mental Health Case Manager I with San Benito County. Supplemental information Mental Health Case Manager I Knowledge of: Principles, procedures, techniques and trends related to counseling, therapy, and guidance of individuals, groups, and families in mental health programs and/or alcohol and drug treatment and prevention programs. Interviewing and client assessment techniques. Crisis intervention methods and techniques. Ability to: Interview clients for Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Services, developing initial assessments regarding program eligibility and client needs. Perform mental health and/or alcohol and drug abuse recovery support services with individual clients and groups, as assigned. Learn, apply and explain Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations governing mental health and/or alcohol and drug programs and services. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of professional disciplines, social agencies and other staff. Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive case work records and make sound recommendations. Develop and implement client case management services. Effectively counsel clients, groups, and families. Maintain the confidentiality of case information. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unusual client behavior. Effectively represent the County Mental Health Department or Substance Abuse with the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. Mental Health Case Manager II Knowledge of: Principles, procedures, techniques and trends related to counseling, therapy, and guidance of individuals, groups, and families in mental health programs and/or alcohol and drug treatment and prevention programs. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of mental health and behavioral problems. State, Federal, and local laws, regulations, and requirements for the provision of counseling services. Alcohol and drug treatment and detoxification methods and issues, as necessitated by area of assignment. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other community resources. Interviewing and client assessment techniques. Crisis intervention methods and techniques. Ability to: Interview clients for Mental Health and/or Substance Abuse Services, developing initial assessments regarding program eligibility and client needs. Perform a variety of mental health and/or alcohol and drug abuse recovery support services with individual clients and groups, as assigned. Apply and explain Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations governing mental health and/or alcohol and drug programs and services. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of professional disciplines, social agencies and other staff. Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive case work records and make sound recommendations. Develop and implement client case management services. Effectively counsel clients, groups, and families. Maintain the confidentiality of case information. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unusual client behavior. Effectively represent the County Mental Health Department or Substance Abuse with the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME Depending on departmental needs, the County offers flexible work schedules. DEFINITION MHCI Under general direction, to provide assessments, diagnoses, prognoses, counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment for Mental Health Department clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. DEFINITION MHCII This is the advanced-level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Individuals that occupy the level-2 have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT). Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. DEFINITION MHCIII Under general direction, to provide assessments, diagnoses, prognoses, counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment for Mental Health Department clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCI This is an entry level professional Mental Health Clinician classification and typically the individual that meets the qualifications for this position is an unlicensed clinician that meets the requirements to be and is registered with the State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT). Individuals occupying the Mental Health Clinician -I of the classification series typically have not completed the BBS required number of clinical service delivery hours working under the supervision of an assigned Licensed Clinician as required by the BBS. A Mental Health Clinician -I completes clinical service delivery repsonsbiltites under the supervision of a Licensed Clinician assigned by the department to provided unlicensed clinician supervision. Individuals in this job classification series have responsibility for providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Such individuals are also required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Upon successful completion of State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) licensing exams and the awarding of Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist designation, incumbents may be promoted to the Mental Health Clinician level II. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCII This is the advanced-level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Individuals that occupy the level-2 have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT). Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCIII This is an advanced journey-level professional providing mental health services as part of a multi-disciplinary team under general supervision. Increments in this classification demonstrate a greater skill and depth of the job knowledge in the assortments, and are able to independently perform most complex clinical and case management assignments. Individuals that occupy the level-III have possessed the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT) for a minimum of one year. Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Demonstrates leadership within the multi-disciplinary team. Incumbents in the Level -III classification series may be required and assigned to provide consultation for other Mental Health Clinicians in the Mental Health Clinicians at the level-I and II in the clinician series. Incumbents in the Level-3 classification series after hour's crisis response duty s may also be assigned to be a clinical consultant for other clinicians that may include being the clinical consult contact staff as needed, for other clinicians fulfilling after hours crisis response duty. Incumbents in the Level-III classification series may also be assigned to fulfill after hours crisis response duty. REPORTS TO Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, Director of Behavioral Health, Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED MHCI This is not a supervisory classification. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED MHCII/III May serve as lead clinician TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills MHCI (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; May be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Other duties as assigned. MHCII (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Other duties as assigned. MCIII (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Independently assess, evaluates, and provides mental health and/or substance abuse services including individual, group, and family therapy/counselling, rehabilitation, crises intervention, and case management services for persons with serious mental illnesses or youth with serious emotional disturbance utilizing culturally sensitive, client/family-centered, strength-based well ness and recovery models of service delivery. Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Collaborates with other support agencies and community organizations. Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Assist in the development and monitoring of policies and procedures as assigned. Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Develops and participates in training on a verity of topics such as cultural competency, clinical practice, compliance, treatments planning, case management and makes presentations to local agencies and community groups regarding issues related to mental health and or substance abuse. Other duties as assigned. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Special Requirements: Possession of a license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or as a Marriage and Family Counselor issued by the State of California. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Mental Health Clinician I Experience : Two years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. AND Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Mental Health Clinician II Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience : One year as a Mental Health Clinician I with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Mental Health Clinician III Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience : One year as a Mental Health Clinician II with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Supplemental information MHCI Knowledge of : Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. MHCII Knowledge of: Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris- Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. MHCIII Knowledge of : Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
THIS IS A PART-TIME POSITION THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME DEFINITION Under direction, to plan, develop, and perform physical therapy for physically disabled children up to age 21; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the first level in the classification series for the development and performance of physical therapy for children covered by California Crippled Children Services benefits. Due to the size of the County and the Department, it is a journey-level position and requires the ability to function independently. Upon successful completion of one year at level I, incumbents may be promoted to level II. REPORTS TO Health Officer or designee. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED None TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for periods of time; frequently stand and walk; special manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination for application of physical therapy; use proper positioning and movement techniques for disabled persons; lift and move object weighing up to 50 pounds; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment including computers, telephones, calculators, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is usually performed in a clinic environment; continuous contact with staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Plans and carries out a full range of physical therapy involving specialized skills for neuro-muscularly, orthopedically, and physically disabled children Interviews patients and parents Evaluates patient's physical condition Reviews clinical records, medical prescriptions, and/or physician referral to develop treatment plans Observes patient reactions and notes changes Adopts and applies treatment procedures for severely disabled children Instructs parents in the proper use of wheelchairs, crutches, canes, braces, and prosthetic devices and appliances Modifies treatment plans in response to significant changes in patient's condition Devises or adapts equipment as required Maintains treatment records Consults with others involved with patient treatment to maintain consistency Attends clinics, conferences, and meetings May coordinate and employ several treatment approaches to accomplish treatment objectives May perform special evaluations and tests Instructs others in patient positioning for therapy treatment May work at different sites in the County Other duties as assigned Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: One (1) year of responsible work experience as a professional physical therapist which includes pediatric work experience. Special Requirements: Possession of valid registration as a Physical Therapist issued by the State of California. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of physical therapy, especially for disabled children. Kinesiology and modalities. Neuro-muscular function and dysfunction. Physiology and skeletal anatomy. Construction and use of orthopedic appliances and equipment. Psychological problems of persons with disabilities. Ability to: Plan therapy treatments and make modifications as a person progresses. Evaluate the condition and progress of patients with regard to physical therapy needs. Develop therapeutic techniques and devices. Evaluate the effectiveness of physical therapy techniques. Coordinate different treatment approaches to accomplish objectives. Instruct others in body positioning for therapy treatments. Coordinate treatment plans with other staff. Prepare and maintain accurate medical records. Deal tactfully and courteously with patients and their families. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME This position is scheduled to receive a 0.7% equity increase effective September 19, 2021. DEFINITION I Under supervision, to perform a variety of physical labor duties; and to do related work as required. II Under general supervision, to perform a variety of assignments in the maintenance, repair, and construction of roads, bridges, and drainage systems; to operate light equipment; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is an entry level classification in the Road Maintenance Worker class series. This level is distinguished from Road Maintenance Worker II by the performance of a narrow range of unskilled and semi-skilled road maintenance assignments under close supervision. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Road Maintenance Worker II level without further competition. II This is the first experienced working level in the Road Maintenance Worker class series. Incumbents are assigned to variety of maintenance, repair, construction, and light equipment operation assignments. They may operate heavy construction and maintenance equipment, similar to that operated by a Road Maintenance Worker III, in a training capacity or on an emergency basis. Incumbents are not expected to display the same level of skill and accuracy in heavy equipment operation required of a Road Maintenance Worker III. Incumbents in this class are subject to twenty-four "call-out" for road related emergencies. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Road Maintenance Worker III level without further competition. REPORTS TO I/II Road Maintenance Supervisor CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I None. II Road Maintenance Worker I TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS I Frequently stand and walk; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of hand tools, including chain saw. II Frequently stand and walk; ability to sit for up to three hours; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; ability to wear safety and protective clothing such as hard hats, safety glasses/goggles, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, boots and chemical resistant clothing; use of maintenance equipment as well as hand tools, chain saws, grinders, drill press, and jackhammer. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS I Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, exposure to electrical current; constant contact with staff and the public. II Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; sometimes works alone and in remote locations; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, solvents, oil, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, exposure to electrical current; constant contact with staff and the public Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) I Assists with and performs a variety of unskilled duties in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, and drainage systems Performs duties such as setting up traffic control signs Serves as a flag person for road repair and maintenance crews May cut weeds, clear debris, and clean ditches Performs routine maintenance and repairs duties on equipment Loads, rakes, and shovels asphalt Hand sweeps surfaces Patches holes and repairs roads Operates general hand tools such as chain saws Drives a vehicle to transport materials, tools and equipment May use a shovel work to open, widen, and backfilling excavations Performs maintenance clean-up duties around the Public Works yard Communicates with the public during flagging duties Operates a two-way radio Other duties as assigned II Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, and related facilities Performs oil and chip seal work on roads Performs semi-skilled concrete work in the construction and maintenance of culverts, and related structures Mixes and places concrete Cuts and prepares roads for patches, spreads pre-mix and oil Rakes asphalt Performs maintenance functions such as cutting brush, clearing culverts, and cleaning ditches Operates hand tools such as jack-hammers and chain saws Assists with the maintenance and repair of construction equipment Performs routine servicing of equipment such as changing oil and filters May serve as flag person for road repair and maintenance crews May transport road maintenance equipment throughout the County using proper tie down techniques Uses a shovel work to open, widen, and backfill excavations Removes objects and dead animals from the roads Checks roads for hazards Maintains records of materials and equipment used Communicates with the public during flagging duties Operates a two-way radio; learns to operate a variety of power-driven equipment such as crawlers, tractors, loaders, power booms, chippers, graders, and other power-driven equipment Uses backhoe attachments on appropriate equipment Operates trucks in the hauling of road fill and base materials for construction, maintenance, and repair projects May perform sign maintenance, inventory and repair May conduct traffic surveys/speed counts, and classification surveys May perform stripping and road marking, as assigned May perform welding and fabricating assignments. Works alongside work crews Other duties as assigned Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, Some previous work experience performing heavy physical labor is highly desirable. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements within six months from date of hire and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within one year from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. II Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, One year of road maintenance work and construction experience comparable to that of a Road Maintenance Worker I with San Benito County. Work experience must include training and background in truck or equipment operations. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees who were hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within six months from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Examination & Skills Test: Heavy Equipment Operator Skills Test Required. Skills' Testing is available through Risk Management. Contact Risk Management at 831-636-4000 to request Skills Testing. Supplemental information Knowledge of: I Safe driving practices and the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of motor vehicles. Work safety practices. II Procedures, tools, equipment and materials used in the maintenance and construction of roads and public works facilities. Operation and routine maintenance of light equipment and trucks. Provisions of the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of medium and light equipment on streets and roads. Work safety practices. Ability to: I Perform a variety of unskilled and semiskilled work in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, culverts, and public works facilities. Perform heavy physical labor. Follow oral and written directions. Maintain and make basic repairs to equipment. Maintain basic records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II Perform a variety of unskilled, semiskilled, and skilled work in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, culverts, and public works facilities. Skillfully operate and maintain light equipment including trucks and related equipment. Learn to skillfully operate heavy construction equipment. Perform heavy physical labor. Follow oral and written directions. Maintain and make basic repairs to equipment. Maintain time and equipment records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. Please: Lateral/Academy Graduates only Under general supervision, to perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; to patrol assigned area and enforce state and local laws; to conduct investigations of misdemeanor and felony crimes; and to do related work as required. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection or life and property Conducts preliminary investigations, interrogates witnesses, gathers evidence and takes statements in connection with suspected criminal activities Substantiates finding of fact in court Serves warrants, civil documents and makes arrests Conducts Coroner's investigations and prepares reports Investigates accidents Assists and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in investigations and arrests Maintains departmental files and records Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition Prepares detailed reports of all activities Other duties as assigned Minimum qualifications & Requirements Must have successfully completed, or successfully complete during the probationary period, a Basic Academy certified by the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of law enforcement. Laws of arrest and rules of evidence. Laws applicable to the apprehension and treatment of juveniles. Care and operation of small firearms and other law enforcement equipment. First Aid and CPR. Ability to : Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory. Secure information from witnesses and suspects. Make independent decisions while working in the field. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Interpret, explain and apply laws and regulations. Write clear and comprehensive reports. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Use and care for firearms and other law enforcement equipment. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Meet and maintain standards of physical endurance and agility. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
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SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Under direction, to supervise public health staff and services; to plan, coordinate, organize and supervise a multiple number of public health and related programs; may assist with administrative responsibilities as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the supervisory level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents are responsible for coordinating and supervising a multiple number of public health and related programs and may perform more complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. Positions at this level are distinguished from the higher level position, Director of Nursing Services, in that the latter has first line management authority over all public health programs within the Public Health Division. Positions at this level are distinguished from the Supervising Community Health Nurse in that this classification possesses a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. REPORTS TO Health Officer or designee. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Provides supervision of Public Health Nurse I/II/III and Community Health Nurse I/II/III and other assigned public health staff. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit and stand for extended periods; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use medical and office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in clinic, office, and home environments; exposure to communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Incumbent are expected to follow universal precautions. Incumbents may be required to drive in remote areas of the County in all weather conditions. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Supervises and monitors public health and related services/programs Supervises public health and community health nurses and other subordinate staff Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of staff, assists in hiring staff and recommends disciplinary action when appropriate, approves staff leave requests Advises staff on nursing policies, procedures and special problem areas Drafts and standardizes procedures Reviews records and reports for quality improvement purposes Assists in planning and participates in in-service educational programs Evaluates staff training needs and develops strategies for addressing training needs Evaluates work performance of subordinate staff; Maintains liaison with other social and health agencies Attends public health-related meetings and conferences Prepares reports Collaborates with nursing administration, other county departments, and community organizations to develop needs assessments and long-term plans; may serve in a leadership role in a special area or coordinate a designated program or project May participate in grant writing, collection and analysis of statistics, program audits and evaluations and preparation of specific program budgets Other duties as assigned. Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse III with San Benito County. Two years of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse II with San Benito County. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California. Possession of a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of staff supervision and development. Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of program and work coordination, and training. Ability to: Provide direction, supervision and evaluation of the work of subordinate staff. Plan, organize, and supervise public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Understand, interpret and apply rules, laws, policies and regulations relative specific public health programs. Develop and maintain public relations, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Oct 29, 2021
Full Time
THIS POSITION REQUIRES POSESSION OF A CLASS A DRIVER'S LICENSE THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME DEFINITION Under general direction, to provide day-to-day supervision for inmates assigned from the County Jail to perform basic and semi-skilled work in the maintenance and repair of County buildings, and clean-up of County roadways, structures, landscaped areas, and parks; to perform a variety of general maintenance; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a specialized job classification for employees who supervise inmates in performing maintenance and clean-up activities for roads, buildings, landscaped areas, and parks. Assignments involve basic painting, carpentry, plumbing, and electrical repairs, as well as grounds/parks/road maintenance work REPORTS TO Road Maintenance Superintendent or Facilities and Grounds Manager CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Inmate workers or other temporary help personnel as assigned. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Frequently stand and walk; ability to sit for up to three hours; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; ability to wear safety and protective clothing such as hard hats, safety glasses/goggles, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, boots and chemical resistant clothing; use of heavy power-driven maintenance equipment as well as hand tools, chain saws, grinders, drill presses, and jackhammers. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, solvents, oil, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, electrical current and explosives; constant contact with staff and the public. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Assists in planning inmate work crew activities Works with Sheriff Department staff in assignment of inmates Picks up and drives inmates to designated work sites Assigns individuals or groups to activities such as cutting/clearing brush, clearing roadside debris, cleaning, removing, and replacing culverts Performing basic painting and carpentry Digging ditches, burning grasses and clearing/maintaining roadways, parks, landscaped areas, and other County facilities Provides training to crews Enforces County Jail policies for inmate crews Estimates and schedules work to be done and the quantities of material needed Inspects work projects in progress and upon completion Ensures that work crews employ proper work safety methods and standards Maintains records of work performed and supplies used Coordinates maintenance activities with other Public Works and County Activities, as well as outside agencies Performs semi-skilled maintenance activities and other public works and parks facility maintenance and construction work, as necessary Other duties as assigned Minimum qualifications & Requirements Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, Three years of experience in public works construction and maintenance work comparable to a Road Maintenance Worker II in San Benito County, preferably including some supervisory experience. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess Class A drivers license in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Supplemental information Knowledge of: Methods, tools, equipment, materials, and work practices involved in the maintenance, construction, and repair of roads and public works facilities. Safe work practices. Principles of supervision and training. Record keeping and reporting procedures. General grounds keeping and landscape maintenance methods and procedures. Ability to: Assign, supervise, train, and evaluate the work of other staff. Perform a variety of skilled equipment operation and maintenance work. Read and interpret plans and specifications. Estimate time, materials and equipment needed to perform construction and maintenance work. Maintain time and equipment records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous