Hanover County Government

Hanover County, VA is a vibrant community located just north of Richmond, VA.  Hanover is renowned for its history, rural horse country and tomatoes.  The County is comprised of 473 square miles and has over 100,000 residents.  This includes those residing in the Town of Ashland, an authentic railroad town.  The area abounds with a wide spectrum of cultural, recreational and entertainment activities.

Hanover County enjoys the reputation as a great place to live, work, and play.  Hanover County has a triple AAA bond rating, which is a rarity of a County our size and it reflects our sound financial practice.  Hanover County School system is a national award winning suburban school district with a less than one percent student drop-out rate.

47 job(s) at Hanover County Government

HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 24, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a professional position that performs complex tasks in administering a variety of human resource functions, to include benefits, recruitment/selection, training, policy interpretation, salary administration, position classification and employee relations. Organization : Reports to the Deputy Superintendent and manages 2 employees. Essential Functions: Oversees the daily operations of the Human Resources office; Supervises two employees; one HR Specialist and one Part-time Polygraph Examiner; Works with Superintendent and/or Designee to resolve human resource problems; Coordinates health insurance, dental insurance, flexible spending accounts, disability plans, Virginia Retirement System counseling and voluntary benefits to employees utilizing benefit vendor websites. Ensures timely processing of employee/retiree benefit enrollments and changes; Serves as primary contact for plan vendors and third-party administrators; Assists with the RFP and renewal process for all benefit plans, to include design and implementation; Conducts individual counseling sessions for prospective retirees and group retirement sessions. Interprets and explains policies, procedures and retirement laws to employees, retiring employees and beneficiaries. Develops communication tools to provide information to retirement system members. Responds to retirement inquiries via email and phone. Prepares retirement and purchase of service applications. Determines retirement eligibility of members; researches and computes benefit options; computes purchase of service, withdrawal of contributions. Maintains files of all active, deferred, retired and separated members of the retirement system. Assists employees on 457 matters, serving as liaison with Deferred Compensation representative; Prepares communicates and distributes benefits information to employees via written materials, emails, and individual meetings; Organizes and present open enrollment information to employees on health, dental, and voluntary benefits; Instruct new hire orientation with all related paperwork; Enter data, including set-up and maintenance into the payroll/benefit system for new hires, Open enrollment and ongoing changes; Maintains confidential files related to employee benefits and employee medical information; Monitors benefits for compliance with Affordable Care Act and prepares annual 1095 filings; Partners with Hanover County for the responsibility of all benefit functions of the HRIS system, including procedures, maintenance of benefits, Employee Self-Service and benefit codes. Performs conditional offers of employment to future employees; Liaison to Hanover County for all employee benefits; Process FMLA, VEC, STD and Worker's Compensation while maintaining compliancy with statutory and regulatory requirements; Oversee applicant tracking system, to include daily applicants' status; Maintain and coordinate scheduling with part-time Polygraph Examiner; Conducts research on special projects; Performs related work as assigned or directed by the Superintendent or designee. Working Conditions : Hazards None Known Environment Office Physical Effort Moderate Must be able to crawl, kneel, lift, run and climb to include stairs Ability to lift up t 30# Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Extensive knowledge of benefits programs and federal laws such as FMLA, FLSA, HSA, COBRA, ACA and 457 administration. Considerable knowledge of Human Resources policies and procedures. Considerable knowledge of retirement benefits and related federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations. Working knowledge of all Microsoft Office Programs. Working knowledge of business English and mathematics to perform arithmetic calculations and compose correspondence. Demonstrated ability to analyze, interpret and apply laws, regulations, rules and guidelines. Demonstrated ability to develop communications, prepare presentations, conduct interviews and present information/orientation sessions to groups of people. Demonstrated ability to organize and coordinate multiple programs independently. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing in a tactful and confidential manner in stressful circumstances to all levels of personnel, their families and insurance carriers. Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality of member data. Education, Experience and Training : Bachelor's degree in related field (Personnel, Human resources, Business Administration). Requires at least three (3) years of progressive professional level experience in managing human resource benefits administration managing multiple functional areas. Proficiency to expert level use of Excel. Prior supervisory experience and experience working with the Virginia Retirement system is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and professional level experience administering personnel policies, procedures, and programs may be accepted in lieu of preferred level of education. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License Twelve-month probationary period Work beyond normal work schedule Pre-employment Physical Examination /Audiometric Testing/Drug Test/Alcohol Screening/and repeated according to policy thereafter Must wear civilian uniform Must maintain phone for emergency contact May have Inmate Contact Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Mechanicsville, VA, United States
Nov 23, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description: The incumbent performs utility construction work and other related work. Construction experience desired but entry level applicants will be considered. Organization: The Utility Technician is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Utility Technician Ladder has three levels ranging from Utility Technician I to Utility Technician III. Incumbents report to a Utility Supervisor and supervise no staff; however, Utility Technicians III may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Utility Technicians. Essential Functions: • Repairs and installs water and sewer lines and appurtenances, including fire hydrants. • Operates construction equipment, including towing equipment and trailers. • Completes other miscellaneous construction projects including sidewalk and other concrete repairs, asphalt repairs, and small grading and lawn restoration projects. • Operates and organizes the use of utility tools, equipment, and vehicles. • Assures all safety regulations are met (e.g. VDOT standards for traffic control and flags traffic during VDOT right of way repairs). • Troubleshoots and helps manage emergency situations. • Maintains maintenance records and efficiently completes work orders. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • May be exposed to chemicals, dust, fumes, noise, vibrations and repetitiveness B. Environment • Field - May be exposed to adverse weather C. Physical Effort • Heavy manual work • Intermittent lifting of objects weighing at least 50 lbs D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must be able to understand and to follow oral and written instructions. Familiarity with the equipment and techniques necessary to perform assigned work tasks, preferred. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional experience and training. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License at hire • A Class "A" Commercial Driver's License is required within 6 (six) months of employment. Hanover County will provide on the job training to aid in obtaining a Commercial Driver's License. • Pre-employment Physical Examination and repeated regularly thereafter • Pre-employment Drug Test /Breath Alcohol Testing and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter • Audiometric Testing • Twelve-month probationary period • May work beyond normal schedule including weekends, holidays and nights • Must wear uniform, including safety equipment • This position is subject to being on routine on-call. Special Instructions to Applicants If you are selected for this position, you will be required to provide a copy of your diploma/degree and certifications. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 19, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is an executive level professional position. The incumbent is a Department Head and performs difficult and complex tasks to ensure sound financial management of the County. Organization : The Director of Finance reports to a Deputy County Administrator and oversees a staff of over 20 employees. The incumbent directly supervises Division Directors responsible for the Accounting Division, Budget Division and the Purchasing Division. Essential Functions : • Manages the Department of Finance and Management Services' budget development, budget control, staffing, staff development, employee relations and other human resources management activities. • Establishes appropriate controls and systems and performs regular reviews to ensure compliance with financial policies and procedures. • Oversees County and Schools accounting functions of payroll, accounts payable, general ledger and financial reporting, including financial statements. • Oversees the formulation of the County's operating and capital budgets, including the development of the proposed and adopted budget documents. • Oversees the procurement of all goods and services for general government and schools to comply with statutory and competitive procurement requirements. • Monitors, evaluates and reconciles County revenue sources, including development and maintenance of revenue assumptions, legal constraints and related methodologies. • Manages debt strategies and performs needs assessments to develop long-term financial and capital plans • Analyzes the financial impact of the County's long-term comprehensive development plans. • Assists with the preparation of ordinances and resolutions related to fiscal and administrative functions of County government, including revenue rate changes. • Provides Board agenda item review and concurrence for financial topics presented to the Board of Supervisors. • Supports the Board of Supervisors Finance Committee, the Other Post-Employment Benefits (OPEB) Trust Board and the Deferred Compensation Committee. • Provides fiscal/administrative guidance regarding compensation/benefits, including oversight of health insurance rate models. • Provides financial leadership by providing administrative guidance to all departments. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : A. Hazards • None known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Exempt • No Compensatory Leave Accrual Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Knowledge of governmental accounting and financial controls, required. Must have good professional and administrative judgment. Must be able to formulate policies or other projects in written format and to make oral presentations. Requires computer literacy, preferably in operating systems - MS Office Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Must be able to establish and maintain successful working relationships with department heads, County staff, government officials, and the public. Education, Experience and Training : Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or related field required (master's degree in public administration or business administration preferred) with at least ten (10) years of progressively responsible related experience, including five (5) years in a supervisory or management position; Local government experience preferred; Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Twelve-month probationary period • Work beyond normal work schedule Revision Date : November 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 17, 2021
Full Time
Description THIS IS AN INTERNAL POSTING ONLY FOR HANOVER COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS EMPLOYEES General Description: This is a technical, supervisory position. The incumbent performs complex tasks to schedule and supervise employee operations of emergency and non-emergency calls to the E- 911 system. Organization: The Communications Shift Supervisor reports to the Communications Senior Supervisor in the Communications Center and supervises Communications Officers and Call Takers. Essential Functions: Supervises employees, performing related human resources functions and completing necessary paperwork. Oversees the operation of assigned shifts to dispatch emergency and non-emergency calls for service. Coordinates floor training of new personnel. Develops roll call packet and other requested information for public safety and public service user agencies. Reviews and monitors digital logger recorder daily and makes tapes as required. Liaison between Communications Officers and management regarding policy changes, implementation and general updates. Investigates internal complaints and makes recommendations for disciplinary actions. Maintains working knowledge of geographical layout of the County. Performs duties of Communications Officer when necessary. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards Interaction with difficult customers in stressful situations Conditions - Noisy work environment B. Environment Office C. Physical Effort Boxes of paper - must be able to lift up to twenty (20) pounds D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Requires good working knowledge of public safety communications to include two-way radio systems, computer-aided dispatch, enhanced 911 systems, and other equipment used in emergency communications operations. Must have sound decision-making skills. Ability to read, hear, speak and understand written or verbal instructions in the English language, required. Computer literacy, required. Ability to analyze situations and react swiftly and rationally in high stress situations. Effective oral and written communication skills. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with a minimum of four (4) years' experience in the public safety communications field. Communications Officer II and III certification, required. Two (2) years of supervisory experience, preferred. Shall have or will obtain within twelve (12) months of appointment of hire the following: Basics Supervisor Course, DCJS General Instructor, Communications Training Officer certification, and Priority Dispatch EDQ certification. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: Criminal records check, including fingerprinting US Citizen Twelve-month probationary period Essential staff designation Work beyond normal work schedule, including shift work, weekends, holidays, and nights Certification as a CPR, VCIN, and DCJS General Instructor within 12 months of employment Pre-employment Physical Examination /Audiometric/Drug Test/Alcohol Screening repeated regularly thereafter Pre-employment Testing for external applicants. Internal applicants will undergo an approved promotional process for selection. May be required to wear uniform Revision Date: January 2013 Special Instructions to Applicants INTERNAL POSTING ONLY FOR HANOVER COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS EMPLOYEES A Department Supervisor weighted promotion process will be administered to all applicants. Closing Date/Time: 12/3/2021 11:59 PM Eastern
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 16, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs administrative support tasks and manages projects. Organization: The Administrative Assistant position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Administrative Assistant Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Administrative Assistant I to Senior Administrative Assistant. Incumbents normally report to a Department Head or Manager and supervise no staff. However, Senior Administrative Assistants may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Administrative Assistants. Essential Functions: • Prepares correspondence, payment vouchers and other essential paperwork. • Establishes and maintains computer and paper files and records. • Performs necessary office support activities as directed. • Provides superior customer service to callers and visitors to the Department. • Prepares reports as needed. • Maintains calendars and schedules. • Makes travel arrangements. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None Known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Computer Skills, required. Ability to type 35 - 45 Words Per Minute, minimum. Knowledge of office procedures, preferred. Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to maintain records, organize, use the telephone, listen, understand and follow directions. Ability to learn the policies and procedures of and the services provided by the agency to which assigned. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with County officials, employees and the general public. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with previous administrative experience and training in Office Support Technology preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience up to an Associate Degree. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Pre-employment typing test • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check - DSS, CSB, Community Resources and Court Services only • Twelve-month probationary period • Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan (DSS ONLY) Revision Date: August 2009 Supplemental Information Work Environment: Selected candidate will work independently in a vehicle maintenance shop environment. Preferred applicant will be proficient in accounts payable and Microsoft Excel. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Part Time
Description The Community Services Board of Hanover is seeking an Administrative Assistant PRN to assist the Human Services Front Desk Team, which supports citizen access for the Community Services Board as well as the Department of Social Services.; and will support all front desk processes. The preferred incumbent must be detail oriented, thrive in a fast paced environment and have a keen sense of workflow demands. The position wi ll be scheduled as needed, with the possibility of assignments for specific periods of time. Assignments will alternate between Community Service Board locations to include offices in Ashland and Mechanicsville; with the possibility of Monday and Wednesday evening coverage between the hours of 5pm and 9pm. General Description: This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs administrative support tasks and manages projects. Organization: The Administrative Assistant position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Administrative Assistant Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Administrative Assistant I to Senior Administrative Assistant. Incumbents normally report to a Department Head or Manager and supervise no staff. However, Senior Administrative Assistants may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Administrative Assistants. Essential Functions: • Prepares correspondence, payment vouchers and other essential paperwork. • Establishes and maintains computer and paper files and records. • Performs necessary office support activities as directed. • Provides superior customer service to callers and visitors to the Department. • Prepares reports as needed. • Maintains calendars and schedules. • Makes travel arrangements. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None Known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Computer Skills, required. Ability to type 35 - 45 Words Per Minute, minimum. Knowledge of office procedures, preferred. Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to maintain records, organize, use the telephone, listen, understand and follow directions. Ability to learn the policies and procedures of and the services provided by the agency to which assigned. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with County officials, employees and the general public. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with previous administrative experience and training in Office Support Technology preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience up to an Associate Degree. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Pre-employment typing test • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check - DSS, CSB, Community Resources and Court Services only • Twelve-month probationary period • Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan (DSS ONLY) Revision Date: August 2009 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Part Time
Description General Description : This is a semi-skilled position. The incumbent performs routine tasks to ensure the proper use of solid waste convenience centers. Organization : The Solid Waste Operator is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Operator Ladder has two levels: Solid Waste Operator I and II. Incumbents report to a Waste Collection Superintendent and supervise no staff. Essential Functions (Convenience Centers) : Enforces county ordinances, rules, and regulations. Directs vehicles to proper disposal or recycling points and identifies materials not acceptable for deposit. Operates and performs preventative maintenance on compaction equipment and roll-off containers. Provides services to maintain the property and grounds. Unloads refuse from citizens' vehicles as needed. Cleans/maintains area around compactors and disconnects roll-off containers during switch outs. Monitoring and maintains recycling and special waste areas Explains County regulations and recycling/reuse opportunities to the public. Direct community service workers. Performs related work as assigned. Responds to emergencies as required. Centers with multiple employees - One employee may be designated as a crew leader per shift. Essential Functions (Drainage) : Enforces county ordinances, rules, and regulations. Provides services to maintain the property and grounds. Maintain drainage ditches and storm water basins. Construct storm water project. Direct community service and inmate workers. Performs related work as assigned. Uses small tools and equipment for drainage maintenance. Maintains equipment as required. Performs heavy manual labor. May operate scales/computer system at Transfer Station. Answers questions from the public. Documents daily work assignments. Substituting at Convenience Centers and recycling at Transfer Stations. Performs other duties as required. Working Conditions : Hazards Chemicals - Possible exposure to household hazardous waste. Environment Field - Routine exposure to adverse weather, dust, fumes, odors, noise, vibrations, and repetition. Physical Effort Routine lifting up to 25 pounds and must be able to maneuver up to 50 pounds Requires walking and standing through 12.5 hour shift. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Must be able to understand and to follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to complete paperwork. Ability to communicate and to interact positively with the public, required. If crew leader, must be able to make daily assignments. Education, Experience and Training : High school diploma or equivalent required. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher level on the Career Ladder requires additional experience and training. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Pre-employment lift test Twelve-month probationary period Shift Work, including weekends, holidays and evenings Work beyond normal work schedule. Part-time employees may have an assigned day and need to be available on short notice, fill-in as needed, notify supervisor in advance of availability, and work sites other than those normally assigned. Must wear safety equipment Ability to provide a contact phone number for accessibility within a reasonable time period as determined by management If crew leader, may be required to work daily overtime The crew leaders are subject to the department's on-call procedures. If you select a CDL A or B as a trade in the career ladder advancement, you will be subject to DOT testing requirements. Revision Date : June 2015 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Full Time
Description Are you a creative, motivated and experienced job coach, or do you have a passion for supporting individuals with disabilities to become successful in their community? If so, then come join our team! Hanover County CSB began its Supported Employment Program in 1987. We provide support to individuals with disabilities who are working towards achieving their career goals. Our focus is on person-entered individual support within a team atmosphere. General Description : This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs routine tasks to oversee community integration and/or daily living activities of persons served. **Hanover County CSB adheres to the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers setting requirements which provide Virginians eligible for DD Waiver services the choice to receive services and supports in the community versus an institutional setting. Organization : The Training Specialist position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Training Specialist Ladder has four levels ranging from Training Specialist I to Senior Training Specialist. Incumbents normally report to a Training Specialist Supervisor and supervise no staff. Essential Functions : Ensure an individual's rights of privacy, dignity and respect, and freedom from coercion and restraint. Optimize, but not regiment, individual initiative, autonomy, and independence in making life choices, including but not limited to, daily activities, physical environment, and with whom to interact. Facilitate individual choice regarding services and supports, and who provides them. Assists with assessments and the development/implementation of program and service plans. Participates in program reviews. Supervises persons served, including their self-administration of medicine. Develops and maintains files regarding available community resources. Depending on assignment, Transports persons served. Trains persons served in daily living, housekeeping, socialization skills, etc. Maintains contacts with businesses and/or other community providers. Trains persons served in job-related skills. Supports activities of daily living Support individuals to participate in activities in the local community in which they live. Facilitate and support individuals to make acquaintances and find friends, other than paid support staff, with whom to engage, interact and enjoy the community Completes paperwork and files reports as required. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : A. Hazards None Known B. Environment Field - Routine exposure to adverse weather, dust, fumes, odors, noise, vibrations, and repetition Location - Site-based programs, community and/or community based businesses C. Physical Effort Travel may be necessary to transport persons served. Must be able to physically assist persons served, up to 100 pounds, maneuver D. Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Familiarity with programs and services for persons being served. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Case management and training skills, required. Must be able to establish effective working relationships with persons served and their families, staff, Board members, and community groups/businesses. Education, Experience and Training: Requires high school diploma or equivalent and five (5) years related experience; CNA Certification preferred - OR - Bachelor's degree in a related human services field and one (1) year related experience - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience and training up to a bachelor's degree. Must meet the requirements for Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) or Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) designation. Special Conditions : Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Revision Date : January 2021 Special Instructions to Applicants If you are selected for this position, you will be required to provide a copy of your diploma/degree and certifications. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Mechanicsville, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a professional position that is responsible for providing case management services for children and adults receiving behavioral health services (to include mental health and/or substance use disorder). The incumbent performs complex tasks to determine, plan and manage services. Organization : The Case Manager position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Case Manager Ladder has three (3) levels: Case Manager I, II, and III. The Case Manager reports to either a Clinical Supervisor or Program Coordinator and supervises no staff. Essential Functions : Assesses individual and family needs in order to determine level of care needed and service gaps. Develops written case histories and individual service plans Coordinates, prepares and submits individual service plans for funding for DMAS approval. Monitors individual's changing behavioral health needs, including health status, and coordinates services accordingly. Provides behavioral health support to individuals and families. Identifies resources to meet needs in housing, transportation, residential and other major service voids. Provide crisis intervention and referral to emergency services, or other crisis community resources, as indicated Links individuals to essential services and resources as clinically indicated. Enhances community integration through increasing individual's community access and involvement. Maintains accurate records in accordance with local and State guidelines. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : A. Hazards Customers - May have contact with difficult families and children. Conditions -- May be exposed to places that are considered unsafe or unsanitary, often independently. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Requires extensive knowledge of Medicaid and Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services policies and regulatory guidelines. Must be familiar with methods and theories of evaluation for mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance use disorders, implementation of service plans, and prevention/early intervention theories and concepts. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Must be able to work and make judgments independently, as well as function as part of a team. Education, Experience and Training: Bachelor's degree required in a related field (master's degree preferred) with at least one (1) year of related work experience - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Must meet the eligibility requirements for and/or be registered as Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP). Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test (within 30 days of employment) CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Work beyond normal work schedule, including on-call as needed for ACT Case Managers Revision Date : September 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Full Time
Description This Department of Social Services position is primarily a multi-program data entry and phone-based customer service role. The incumbent serves as the initial point of contact for clients seeking benefits and/or services and screens clients for benefits and services. This position is responsible for following established guidelines, policies, and procedures while performing routine administrative tasks, supporting and assisting agency clients. This position allows for telework opportunities twice a week. General Description: The incumbent receives and researches inquiries and/or payments related to County services. Depending on the position level and the department, Customer Service Agents perform tasks with a range of difficulty from routine to complex. Organization: The Customer Service Agent position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Customer Service Ladder has three (3) levels ranging from Customer Service Agent I to Senior Customer Service Agent. Incumbents report to a Customer Service Supervisor/Manager or an Office Supervisor. Senior Customer Service Agents may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Agents and/or clerical staff. Essential Functions: duties may vary based on area of assignment • Receives and processes inquiries and/or payments from the public. • Reconciles payments and prepares bank deposits, invoices, etc. • Researches and corrects payments histories and/or customer computer records. • Schedules appointments as needed. • Uses a computer to enter data, find information and/or adjust files. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None Known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to interact positively with the public is required. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer literacy or skills preferably in Microsoft Office computer programs is desired. Basic knowledge of records maintenance and ability to maintain general office records. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with County officials, employees and the general public. Education, Experience and Training: High school or equivalent required with at least one (1) year customer service experience preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience and training. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Twelve-month probationary period • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check • Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Full Time
Description Teleworking options are available with this position. General Description: This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks in the provision of social services, such as child day care, adult services, foster care, adoption, and prevention services. The Family Services Specialist may also conduct Child Protective Services investigations and assessments and provide ongoing Child Protective Services. The Family Service Specialist may also conduct Adult Protective Services investigations and provide ongoing services. Organization: The Family Services Specialist is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Family Services Specialist Ladder has four (4) levels: Family Services Specialist I, II, III, and Senior. The Family Services Specialist reports to a Family Services Supervisor and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: Interviews customers to assess needs and/or assign to appropriate groups; Interviews all parties involved; assesses immediate and long-term dangers/risks to children/adults; interviews customers to resolve complaints; Performs investigative duties to include screens referrals for validity and complaints of exploitation, neglect, and/or abuse of children, the elderly, and/or persons with disability; Provides persons, families, or vulnerable populations with the psychosocial support needed to cope with chronic, acute, or terminal illnesses, neglect and abuse (Senior); Ensures that reports of suspected abuse/neglect are assigned to appropriate staff; Ensures that the local department has staff on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week to respond to reports of abuse/neglect (Senior); Provides after hours on-call coverage and responds to emergencies in child/adult protective services and/or foster care; Provides guidance, consultation and supervision to other staff in the absence of the supervisor (Senior); Prepares social histories; Represents the agency in both civil and criminal court proceedings which involves interpreting laws, filing petitions, preparing court records, testifying before the court, preparing witnesses for examination, and compiling evidence; Attends court, testifies in court and coordinates cases with attorneys; Provides reports for court such as guardianship report; Testifies in criminal and civil cases; prepares court ordered home assessments and custody home studies; Provides direct intervention and service delivery for difficult, complex social work cases, and coordinates casework; Provides case management services to monitor compliance; Develops and conducts training for staff, interns and other professionals in the community; Conducts field visits to residential facilities, consults with therapists and residential staff and participates in the staffing and planning of meetings; Functions as a lead worker providing guidance and training to other staff (Senior); Coordinates program functions, develops programs, and evaluates materials; Monitors, coordinates and administers specific assigned programs; Coordinates services within specific area of responsibility; Coordinates with other agencies and participates in multi-disciplinary and interagency teams providing services to customers; Develops, writes, and/or reviews service plans documenting goals, objectives and details of the services provided for each case to meet identified customer needs in areas such as physical/mental health, housing, and presents cases to determine appropriate services; Tracks expenditures, prepares/submits budget estimates and ensures payment for services; Interprets laws, policies and regulations as applied to specific area of responsibility; Completes necessary federal, state and local planning and reporting requirements; Manages program waiting lists; Trains foster parents; submits progress reports to the court; Refers families to treatment resources within the community; Transports children to placements, meetings, therapy sessions, doctor and dental appointments, and for visitation with families; Provides parent education and support for families in target population; Conducts intensive in-home counseling; prepares reports to referral sources regarding status of various interventions; Conducts studies such as companion and adult foster care provider and pre-admission screenings for nursing home/community-based care and assisted living; Informs clients of service programs and the rules and regulations, and right to participate; Conducts overall monitoring of programs in specific area of responsibility; Serves as resource to clients and the community in area of expertise; Monitors caseloads and assigns cases to staff (Senior); Provides program administration and caseload management services; Conducts visits and maintains contact with other professionals; Accompanies victims and their families to court appearances; Serves as support for the family; files petitions; Establishes and maintains case records; Codes, enters and updates new and on-going cases in the state computer information system; Represents the agency at various functions such as making speeches at civic and business associations, providing training and workshops on child/adult abuse and neglect for public and private organizations. Provides direct services as appropriate; Participates on committees and teams as needed to plan services, etc.; May provide employment services to benefit program recipients; Develops community resources (Senior); Trains Family Services Specialist as needed (Senior); May develop procedures to review and evaluate unit programs and operations (Senior); Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards Customers - May have contact with hostile families and children. Conditions - May perform investigations and home visits in less than adequate living conditions. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Policy Manual - Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds. D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of Family Services/social work theories, standards and practices, including knowledge of intervention and treatment techniques and professional ethics sufficient to enhance the client's level of functioning is required. Also requires knowledge of human behavior, development and family dynamics. Knowledge of motivational theory; laws, policies, and regulations relating to human services program areas; investigation and interviewing techniques, needs assessment processes; procedures for diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of physical and mental dysfunctions; therapeutic treatment technique; and for career counseling and guidance, desired. Knowledge of relevant community and public resources, preferred. Must be able to demonstrate computer literacy, preferably in Microsoft Office and OASIS software. Ability to apply crisis intervention methods and counseling techniques is required. Must be able to organize/prioritize work, and communicate effectively - both orally and in writing. Familiarity with child welfare laws/adult services rules and regulations, desired. Ability to analyze case information to make sound judgments; work in stressful situations and maintain diplomacy; establish and maintain effective relationships with others; and stay abreast of current trends and developments in the social work field. Education, Experience and Training: Requires a Bachelor's Degree in a human services field or a Bachelor's Degree in any field accompanied by a minimum of two(2) years' related experience. Family Services experience, preferred. Special Conditions : Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License or ability to travel to investigation sites as needed Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting CANIS (Child Abuse and Neglect Information System) Records Check Twelve-month probationary period Work beyond normal work schedules -- including On-call Rotations, weekends, holidays and nights Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 11, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description: Performs routine to complex office duties in connection with the assessment of motor vehicles, trailers, watercrafts and other personal property classes for property taxation purposes. Responsible for the review, audit, and processing of all classes of tangible business personal property filings and assessments, business license taxes and other gross receipt taxes. Interprets and applies state and local statutory requirements for taxation and assessment compliance. Processes personal property returns, prepares and processes and submits State Income Tax returns for the public. Answers taxpayer inquiries concerning filing requirements, classification of property and other tax related issues and inquiries. Updates and maintains ownership, assessment, and property classification in the Tax Management system. Inputs and imports documents into the Records Management Retention System. Works in partnership and as a liaison with various State agencies dealing with taxation and personal property ownership information. Performs office duties in connection with the ownership and maintenance of real property records for taxation purposes. Responsible for the administration of the Commissioner of the Revenue's tax relief, disabled veteran, and land use programs. Reviews, audits, and processes taxpayer applications and affidavits for compliance and eligibility in relief programs. Manages the application, revalidation, and eligibility process for the land use deferral program. Obtains and processes information from the Clerk of the Court relating to deed transfers, deeds of correction and other recorded instruments in a timely and accurate manner. Performs subdivision plan and plat review for new residential and commercial development and inputs parcel ownership information into the Tax Management system. Works with the general public, real estate professionals, attorneys, and other state and local agencies in researching and responding to real property issues and inquiries. Organization: The Revenue Specialist position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Revenue Specialist Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Revenue Specialist I to Senior Revenue Specialist. Incumbents report to a Revenue Division Manager or Deputy Commissioner of Revenue. Senior Revenue Specialists may serve as workflow leaders to lower level staff positions and as project managers for special assignments. Essential Functions: Personal Property Division • Responds to citizens inquiries in a knowledgeable and professional manner. • Receives, audits, assesses and processes taxpayer filings and returns. • Analyzes and prepares statutory assessments for business accounts who are in non-compliance with state and local filing requirements. • Audits vehicle personal property tax accounts to determine appropriate assessment and compliance with state and local statutes. • Reviews federal filing forms and schedules to determine PPTR eligibility • Prepares and submits State Income tax returns with the Virginia Department of Taxation. • Researches and responds to routine and highly technical and complex taxpayer inquiries. • Initiates account exonerations and supplemental billing enters information into the Tax Management system. • Reviews and processes downloaded and imported information from State Agencies. • Uses an automated computer system to input data, find information and perform taxpayer account maintenance. • Prepares documents and files for electronic and manual input into an automated document imaging and retention system. • Performs DMV Select processes. • Researches and responds to routine and highly technical and complex taxpayer inquiries. • Initiates account exonerations and supplemental billing entries into the Tax Management system. • Uses an automated computer system to input data, find information and perform taxpayer account maintenance. • Prepares documents and files for electronic and manual input into an automated document imaging and retention system. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None Known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to interact positively with the public is required. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Computer literacy or skills preferably in Microsoft Office computer programs and an automated processing system is desired. Ability to work effectively in various and complex automated state processing systems. Basic knowledge of records maintenance, accounting principles, and ability to maintain general office records. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with County officials, employees, state agencies, and the general public. Education, Experience and Training: High school or equivalent required with at least two (2) year customer service experience preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience and training. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Twelve-month probationary period • Serves at the will of the Commissioner of Revenue Revised Date: April 2019 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 11, 2021
Part Time
Description General Description : This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs routine tasks to oversee community integration and/or daily living activities of persons served. **Hanover County CSB adheres to the Developmental Disabilities (DD) Waiver Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Waivers setting requirements which provide Virginians eligible for DD Waiver services the choice to receive services and supports in the community versus an institutional setting. Organization : The Training Specialist position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Training Specialist Ladder has four levels ranging from Training Specialist I to Senior Training Specialist. Incumbents normally report to a Training Specialist Supervisor and supervise no staff. Essential Functions : Ensure an individual's rights of privacy, dignity and respect, and freedom from coercion and restraint. Optimize, but not regiment, individual initiative, autonomy, and independence in making life choices, including but not limited to, daily activities, physical environment, and with whom to interact. Facilitate individual choice regarding services and supports, and who provides them. Assists with assessments and the development/implementation of program and service plans. Participates in program reviews. Supervises persons served, including their self-administration of medicine. Develops and maintains files regarding available community resources. Depending on assignment, Transports persons served. Trains persons served in daily living, housekeeping, socialization skills, etc. Maintains contacts with businesses and/or other community providers. Trains persons served in job-related skills. Supports activities of daily living Support individuals to participate in activities in the local community in which they live. Facilitate and support individuals to make acquaintances and find friends, other than paid support staff, with whom to engage, interact and enjoy the community Completes paperwork and files reports as required. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : A. Hazards None Known B. Environment Field - Routine exposure to adverse weather, dust, fumes, odors, noise, vibrations, and repetition Location - Site-based programs, community and/or community based businesses C. Physical Effort Travel may be necessary to transport persons served. Must be able to physically assist persons served, up to 100 pounds, maneuver D. Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Familiarity with programs and services for persons being served. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Case management and training skills, required. Must be able to establish effective working relationships with persons served and their families, staff, Board members, and community groups/businesses. Education, Experience and Training: Requires high school diploma or equivalent and five (5) years related experience; CNA Certification preferred - OR - Bachelor's degree in a related human services field and one (1) year related experience - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience and training up to a bachelor's degree. Special Conditions : Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Revision Date : January 2021 Special Instructions to Applicants This is a part-time, non-benefited position. Hours are not guaranteed. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 10, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a professional skilled position. The incumbent performs complex, technical work related to oversight of the Hanover County Airport property and management of the Airport's Fixed Based Operator (FBO) contract. Organization: The Public Works Airport Manager reports to Director of Public Works and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: • Manages budgets of capital projects, contracts and all financial management and reporting throughout the life of Airport projects, utilizing County General Ledger and public financial practices. • Manages Capital Projects for Airport and acquires land and easements necessary for Airport Capital construction projects. • Secures grant funding from FAA and VDA and prepares County Airport CIP to leverage and maximize general fund contributions. • Reviews construction plans, specifications, estimates, contracts and reports involved in the construction, maintenance and operation of Airport projects. • Coordinates airport activities with citizens and facility users. • Contracts for acquisition services through consultants. • Negotiates directly or manages consultant negotiations. • Makes recommendations and obtains County Attorney and Administration input/approvals on complex acquisition negotiations. • Reviews title exceptions and clears them as necessary for agency approval and reimbursement. • Reviews deeds, plats and exhibits for clarity and accuracy. • Attends closings and ensures documents are signed, notarized, recorded and transmitted properly. • Assists with Emergency Management, Public Works, Security initiatives, Environmental Management inspections and project implementation to assure compliance with changing regulations affecting County property and Airport facilities. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Routine exposure to chemicals, dust, fumes, noise, vibrations, and repetitiveness B. Environment • Office - Primary • Field C. Physical Effort • Routine lifting of objects up to fifteen (15) pounds D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Must have good professional engineering and/or environmental management decision making skills. Knowledge of modern principles and practices of civil engineering construction and knowledge in budgeting, including grants, required. Knowledge of Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) procedures and regulations, desired. Must be able to evaluate plans, estimates and specifications. Ability to work effectively with others, required. Effective oral and written communication skills. Experience in land acquisition process, airport planning/design, and comprehensive planning is desired. Education, Experience and Training: Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, business or related field required with a minimum of three (3) years' related experience, including progressive airport management/coordination experience- OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprints • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Twelve-month probationary period • Work beyond normal work schedule Revision Date: November 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 10, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a skilled technical position. The incumbent performs routine and complex tasks, inspecting buildings and construction for compliance with the building code and other laws and ordinances. Types of inspections include building construction, plumbing/mechanical, and electrical. Organization: The Building Inspector position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Inspector Ladder has four levels ranging from Building Inspector I to Building Inspector - Senior. Incumbents report to the Assistant Chief Building Official and supervise no staff. Senior Inspectors may provide workflow guidance to lower level Inspectors. Essential Functions: • Visits construction sites to perform inspections in at least one inspection area. • Documents work and files necessary reports. • Receives and processes inquiries and/or complaints from the public regarding construction-related matters. • Reviews construction plans for compliance with the building code, when needed. • Approves applications for building permits, when needed. • Issues warnings and stop-work orders, when needed. • Testifies in court during code violation cases. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Conditions - Potential danger around construction sites B. Environment • 20% Office • 80% Field - May work outside during adverse weather conditions C. Physical Effort • Driving, walking, climbing and crawling are necessary to perform essential functions D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of building construction methods, materials and practices - required. Knowledge of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, preferred. Ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints quickly and accurately, required. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with citizens, contractors and other staff. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required and post secondary training in building, electrical, and/or plumbing trades preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience, training and certifications. Related experience required as follows: 3 years @ level I, 4 years @ level II, 5 years @ level III, and 6 years @ the Senior level. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Certification in accordance with the Virginia Certification Standards is required within one (1) year of employment • Twelve-month probationary period • Work beyond normal work schedule Revision Date: October 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 09, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description This is a professional position. Under general supervision, performs work of considerable difficulty in the development and execution of marketing and sales strategies while also assisting the Deputy Director in a support role to attract new business and investment to the County, assist existing companies with expansion projects, and support entrepreneurship and small business development to strengthen the County's tax base; performs related work as required. Organization: The Existing Business & Project Manager reports to the Director of Economic Development and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: Participate in local, regional, and state economic development activities and events that provide networking opportunities; Includes monitoring of project status and specifications through regular follow-up/contact with prospective business; Updates sites, prospect leads and existing industry expansions through our economic development applications. Manages outreach activities to existing businesses, to include assistance with expansion plans, providing technical assistance, providing programs and seminars, monitoring industry trends. Manages the local Business First Program in cooperation with the Greater Richmond Partnership, including the management of the volunteer interview team. Coordinates requests for assistance with an appropriate response involving state, local, and other resources. Develops and implements an appropriate Business Appreciation Program. Manages working relationships with key personnel at the appropriate Federal, State and Regional agencies. Conducts personal visits to Hanover County Businesses to assess business climate issues and concerns. Collaborates with Marketing Manager and Deputy Director to develop materials that attract new business and retain existing businesses. Assists the Deputy Director with handling incoming leads, planning site visits, reviewing requests for information, and traveling as needed. Provide timely and effective responses to prospect inquiries to include RFP's, RFI's and providing site/building recommendations; Works with other County agencies and departments to resolve concerns and to facilitate county-level efforts leading to business expansion and/or retention opportunities. Participates in local and regional committees and boards addressing business issues and concerns such as workforce development, education and training, and government relations. Develops and administers a small business development program, including counseling and direct assistance to prospective entrepreneurs. Provides staff support and leadership to business incubation/start-up efforts. Identifies and recruits business mentors among existing businesses for business incubation/start-up efforts. Establishes and maintains a database of existing Hanover County businesses. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None known B. Environment • Office • Field C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Requires the knowledge and ability to develop, manage, and maintain all aspects of an existing business assistance and entrepreneurial programs. Must possess the ability to analyze, develop and maintain a database for existing businesses, meet deadlines, work independently and effectively with others in a team-oriented environment. Must possess a thorough understanding of small business practices and requirements and knowledge of computer information and data base systems. Requires excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Knowledge of federal, state, and local resources and their roles in business retention, expansion, and entrepreneurial efforts programs and incentives, preferred. Requires familiarity with research and technical economic development applications for tracking leads, prospects and strategic sites; ability to interact with corporate executives, business leaders, and senior management personnel; ability to react to the "unexpected" quickly and effectively; knowledge of foreign business practices; ability to recognize problems and exercise good judgement; knowledge of business operations/issues, financing programs, and tax structures; knowledge of land development practices and real estate terminology; Education, Experience and Training: Requires four-year college degree or equivalent experience and a minimum of three (3) years experience working in a business or economic development environment. Prefer a degree in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, or Urban Planning. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Twelve month probationary period Work beyond standard work schedule Revision Date: June 2019 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 09, 2021
Full Time
Description The Hanover County Parks and Recreation Department is seeking a motivated individual that is looking for an opportunity to work in a positive team environment! The incumbent will successfully work individually as well as in a group setting. The successful candidate will assist in maintaining our equipment and county parks, fields and common areas as a Groundskeeper. General Description: This is a technical position that performs routine tasks to maintain and care for county grounds. Organization: The Groundskeeper position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Groundskeeper Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Groundskeeper I to Senior Groundskeeper. Incumbents report to the Groundskeeper Supervisor and Groundskeeper I, II and III supervise no staff. Senior level Groundskeepers may provide workflow guidance to other staff. Essential Functions: Performs safety checks of County grounds and recreation facilities. Provides grounds maintenance, such as cutting grass, litter control, weed eating, seeding, and edging. Prepares facilities, grounds and equipment for recreational use, such as dragging, marking and lining athletic fields. Sets up, takes down and cleans up for special events and other activities. Performs preventive maintenance of equipment. Performs related work as assigned Additional Functions (18 years of age or older): Makes repairs as needed. Performs ground maintenance including tree removal and fertilizing Working Conditions: A. Hazards Conditions - Must operate equipment safely to avoid injury B. Environment Field - Tasks are performed normally outside, sometimes in adverse weather C. Physical Effort Operation of commercial mowing and landscaping equipment, gas powered hand tools and heavy duty equipment as qualified Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of general landscaping, standard safety practices and small engine repair, preferred. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with experience working with small tools and proficiency on at least one piece of related equipment preferred - OR - minimum of 17 years of age with studies in landscaping or horticulture-related education program - OR- Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License Twelve-month probationary period Pre-employment Physical Examination/Drug Test /Alcohol Testing and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter Pre-employment audiometric testing and hearing conservation and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter Work beyond normal work schedule, including weekends, holidays, and nights Must wear uniform, including safety equipment Revision Date: September 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 04, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks to administer Human Resources programs and provides analysis in such areas as recruitment, classification/compensation, benefits, HRIS Administration or other human resources tracts as needed. HR Analysts provides guidance, assistance and information to department management on routine human resources-related matters. Provides information and guidance to employees in areas of assigned human resources responsibilities regarding processes, procedures and program requirements. Interprets, applies and explains human resources policies, procedures, laws and regulation to employees and the public. The Analyst may serve as lead worker on special projects and performs related work as assigned. Organization : The Human Resources Analyst is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Human Resource Analyst Ladder has three levels: Human Resource Analyst I, II and Senior. The incumbent reports to a member of the HR leadership team and supervises no staff. Essential Functions of HR Analyst - Payroll/Benefits : • Enters all employee data into HRIS for the lifespan of the employee, to include new hire information, benefit elections/deductions, position changes, salary changes, status changes, and separations. • Partners with HRIS Team to ensure benefit enrollments/changes are uploaded to vendors accurately through interfaces. • Works closely with the HR and Payroll team with timekeeping troubleshooting. • Assists in Payroll reconciliation to ensure benefit deductions and pay adjustments are accurate, and makes corrections as needed each payroll cycle. • Updates files, records and reports; ensures accuracy and completeness of confidential personnel files and documents • Assists in coordinating HR activities with other departments, divisions, external agencies and other outside organizations, and provides technical assistance as needed. • Works closely with the Safety Coordinator to ensure worker's compensation incidents are entered correctly in Timekeeper, and correlating FMLA is administered accurately. Assists with requests for lost-time employee records/reports, and may assist with annual OSHA reporting. • Assists with annual compensation changes and benefits open enrollment processes. • Provides information and guidance to employees in areas of assigned human resources responsibilities regarding processes, procedures and program requirements. • Interprets HR policies to employees and the public. Working Conditions : A. Hazards • None Known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort• Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of the principles and practices of Human Resources administration, required. Must be able to present ideas and recommendations clearly and concisely both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with County staff, employees and the public is essential. Ability to keep statistical records and to create regular and special reports. Computer Literacy/Knowledge of Spreadsheets, required. Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, required. Must know how to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines. Ability to maintain confidentiality paramount. Education, Experience and Training: Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred, with at least two (2) years' related work experience required - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Work beyond normal work schedule • Twelve-month probationary period Revision Date : November 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Nov 04, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a skilled position. The incumbent will perform routine tasks to repair and maintain equipment and systems throughout and active jail facility. The duties will include but not limited to, coordinating, controlling, directing contractors, and inspectors in and around the jail facility, with occasional supervision to inmates, without compromising the security of staff, inmates, and the community. Organization: This position will report to the Lieutenant - Facilities Manager and supervises no staff. Special Instructions to Applicants Essential Functions: Inspect and maintain all building environmental systems, such as HVAC; Repair or replacement of complex mechanical equipment; Maintain all environmental control equipment through relevant repairs and routine maintenance; Install, repair and replace electrical devices to include all wiring; Complete routine maintenance tasks such as machinery cleaning, plumbing repairs, lighting/filter replacement, locks, roofing; Maintain logs and complete daily reports; Order, control and inventory building materials/tools and cleaning supplies that enter and are used within the facility; Operate & maintain facility cooling plant to include pumps and cooling tower; Repair and maintain all types of refrigeration equipment to include kitchen equipment; Knowledge and compliance of Occupational Health and Safety policies, hazardous substances, environmental, water and noise regulations, as well as State and Local building codes; Maintain a Preventive Maintenance Program; Maintain all Fire and Safety standards, logs and documentation; Interact with staff, vendors as well as inmates to complete projects; Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities : Unless stated otherwise, the following are required: Basic understanding of plumbing and HVAC; Must have the ability to operate power and hand tools as well as fire emergency equipment. Must have the ability to read, interpret and work from schematics, diagrams and manuals. Basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical and maintenance practices, extensive knowledge is preferred. Good Communication skills required, both oral and written, to maintain and prepare reports. Education, Experience and Training : Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age, High School diploma or equivalent is required. Course work and/or apprentice training in building operations with mechanical experience, with a minimum of 3 years in the field is desired. All certifications listed are preferred, but not required: Chlor-flor-carbon (CFC license approved by EPA Environmental Protection Agency), HVAC, Universal Refrigerant Recovery and Electrical. Any equivalent combination of education, experience, and/or training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be acceptable. Working Conditions: Hazards Work within confined spaces Work with caustic chemicals Work in occupied areas Work from ladders and rooftops Exposure to high noise levels and possible hazardous conditions Environment Outside Inside Physical Effort Must be able to crawl, kneel, lift, run and climb to include stairs Must be able to lift up to 50# Able to climb a ladder Exempt or Non-exempt Non-exempt Essential or Non-essential Essential Supplemental Information Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License Twelve month probationary period May work beyond normal work schedule including weekends/evenings, holidays, with on-call hours Pre-employment physical examination, audiometric testing, drug testing, T-spot testing, alcohol screening and repeated according to policy thereafter Must wear uniform, including safety equipment Must maintain phone for emergency contact Daily inmate contact Closing Date/Time: 11/30/2021 11:59 PM Eastern
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Nov 04, 2021
Full Time
Description General Description : This is an administrative position. This position supervises Benefit Programs Specialists who determine eligibility for government assistance programs and Customer Service Agents who provide clerical support to the unit. Employees train, lead, and develop staff. Employees monitor case management services. Organization: The Benefit Programs Supervisor reports to the Benefit Programs Manager or Director and supervises Benefit Programs Specialists and Customer Service Agents. Essential Functions: • Provides administrative and programmatic supervision to staff, performing human resource functions and preparing necessary paperwork; • Reviews case management plans to include quality assurance of case management services; • Develops written guidelines for delivery of case management services; • Coordinates and monitors activities of staff, especially to ensure compliance with State and Federal rules and guidelines; • Provides technical assistance to staff regarding eligibility programs policies and procedures. • Holds individual and group conferences to review cases and problems; • Reviews case records and evaluates performance of staff members and recommends indicated action; • Recommends hiring, disciplinary actions, transfer, promotion, and termination of personnel within the limits of appropriate statutes, rules and regulations and policies, developing performance standardsand preparing corrective action plans; • Represents staff needs to senior management team; • Prepares and implements internal operating policies and procedures; • Interprets regulation, policy and other program information changes to staff; trains new employees in areas such as agency policy, department procedures and agency or government regulations; • Determines staffing needs and makes recommendations to management; • Maintains records and prepares regular and special reports; • Participates in developing and implementing agency administrative policy; • Makes decisions on controversial cases or presents them for higher level action; • Authorizes emergency assistance for applicants/recipients; • Serves in a liaison capacity to other agencies and groups; • Monitors program expenditures; • Provides input into the Department's budget process. • Meets with community groups to discuss programs and resources and develops/maintains cooperative relationships with public and private entities; • Assigns caseloads to staff; and • May act for the Director of Social Services as designated. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Customers - May interact with difficult customers. B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Policy Manual - Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds. D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Considerable knowledge of: current social, economic and health issues and trends; principles and practices of effective supervision; public assistance programs, policies and regulations; the literature in the field of eligibility determination; casework supervision principles and practices; and effective interviewing techniques; working knowledge of computer systems and standard office software to include the State Department of Social Services human services systems; skill in operating a personal computer and the associated office and agency software. Demonstrated ability to: work effectively with others; work independently supervising and training others to deal effectively with the public; plan and manage work effectively; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; interpret laws, policies, and regulations and make decisions based thereon; plan and supervise work activities, including service delivery, training, recordkeeping duties and organizational operations; develop and maintain good working relations with internal and external customers; and evaluate financial assistance programs. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required (bachelor's degree preferred) with at least two (2) years' related experience, supervisory experience and/or training preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Work beyond normal work schedule • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check • Twelve-month probationary period • Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan Revision Date: July 2013 Closing Date/Time: Continuous