Stanislaus County

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Stanislaus County is a great community with beautiful parks, great education, outstanding healthcare, and a variety of cultural and sporting events. Our community features music, art, festivals, golf, river rafting, boating, & much more. Our motto at the County is "Striving to be the Best" and that is a vision we hope you will share with us.

Why Work Here

Vibrant and Affordable Community: Stanislaus County offers an energetic community for you to call home at prices that we can all afford. It is a wonderful place to start and raise a family while also offering entertainment opportunities of all kinds. Visit (Live & Play) to find out more.

Civic Impact: Every member of the Stanislaus County Team makes a meaningful contribution to the community each day they come to work. For us, active citizenship in promoting the health, safety, welfare, and economic vitality of our community isn’t just an opportunity, it’s a responsibility.

Diverse and Connected Workforce: We are proud of the diverse heritages of our County’s Citizens and its reflection in our workforce. By bringing various viewpoints and expertise together in the spirt of fairness and respect, we make our team stronger. We believe that every position is crucial and interconnected, and that the triumphs of the individual are the successes of us all.

Training and Development: Come to the place where the best go to get better! Stanislaus County is a Learning Organization, committed to promoting the continuous development and advancement of its team. We offer a wide range of career paths for you to take on your professional journey and the developmental tools help get you where you want to go.

   

   

 

36 job(s) at Stanislaus County

Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Dec 03, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity Please click here for job flyer Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus of up to $10,000! Click here for details Closing Date/Time: 12/16/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA HSA - 917 Oakdale Rd #C, California, United States
Dec 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity RETENTION BONUS Newly hired full-time nurses will be eligible to receive a Retention Bonus for up to $3,000.00 i n three (3) installments. The payments will be made in installments as listed below: $1,000.00 after 12 calendar months of full time employment. $1,000.00 after 24 calendar months of full time employment. $1,000.00 after 36 calendar months of full time employment. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Health Services Agency is looking for to fill Staff Nurse III full-time open positions. This member of the team will provide professional nursing care and treatment for patients in a clinic. The Staff Nurse III will train, direct, monitor, assign, supervise and organize the work of other personnel, which may include Staff Nurses, Medical Assistants, Community Health Workers, Administrative Clerks, Health Educators, Students, Volunteers, and other healthcare workers. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here . THE POSITION The Staff Nurse III is a leadership position that plans, coordinates, implements, and assists with the administration of assigned clinical patient care that provides care under general supervision. This leadership position also assists with monitoring caseloads to insure compliance with quality assessment and regulatory timelines. The Staff Nurse III is expected to perform and meet the requirements incorporated in the Staff Nurse I and II job descriptions. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Registered Nurses Bargaining Unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Initiate the nursing process and perform nursing care, including therapeutic measures prescribed by medical authority within the limits of the nurse Practice Act and department policy; Observe and assess the patient's condition; Assist the Health Care Provider in the assessment of the patient's condition, physical examinations of patients and educate and advise clients on pertinent health issues; Teach patients and families about preventable healthcare measures, such as nutrition, immunization, accident prevention, and family planning; Attend and participate in trainings, demonstration sessions and in-service education programs, to attain and maintain nursing skills; and further the knowledge of less experienced members of the nursing team as well as unlicensed staff; Participate on committees; attend meetings, in-service programs and workshops relevant to the area of assigned patient care or specialty; Maintain appropriate control over supplies; Perform and ensure the performance of quality assurance checks of equipment and/or supplies in the clinic and initiate replacement of items needed or in need of repair; Assume responsibility for the supervision of clinic and/or specific programs as assigned; and Prepare or assist in the preparation of annual staff evaluations under the direction of the manager. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Performs in stressful and crisis situations, interpret policies and procedures and apply them with good judgment; Communicate effectively orally and in writing; Use of various computer programs such as Windows and an Electronic Medical Record; Follow complex oral and written directions and prepare clear and concise written reports including documentation in the medical records; Provide safe, effective and efficient nursing care; Train and evaluate the work of assigned staff and other support personnel; Provide leadership and direction of personnel to maintain the efficient delivery of effective Health Services Agency patient care services; Direct the care given to a patient including coordinating the activities of clinic staff and/or program effectiveness; Direct, check, review, assign and organize the work of other personnel; Communicate expectations, monitor performance and address unsatisfactory performance; and Participate in the recruitment process and make recommendations for hire. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of the nursing process; The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA) Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules and supervision; Nursing procedures, techniques, equipment and supplies; Principles of contact investigation and infection control; Collaborative health planning with multi-disciplinary teams; Medical terminology, modern nursing principles, methods and procedures; Use and effects of medicine, controlled substances, clinic supplies, equipment and disease processes including communicable diseases, symptoms and treatments; Case Management Protocols and Procedures; Developing care management programs and plans that focus on improving the health status of insured members; Nurse-Patient Relationships and Management of Patient Health Maintenance/Illness Status; and Monitoring and ensuring the quality of a Health Care Practice. We recognize your time is valuable, please apply only if you meet the following qualifications. EDUCATION Associate or higher degree in Nursing. LICENSE/CERTIFICATION Current valid California license to practice as a Registered Nurse; AND After receiving Registered Nurse license, three (3) years full-time experience in a hospital/outpatient setting or experience which utilized the development of critical thinking skills; OR Performing the job functions as a Staff Nurse II in an HSA clinic/program for three (3) years; AND Current BLS/CPR certification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitment consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. • Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. • Written Examination. Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. • Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. • Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: December 9, 2022. OEX/Selection Interviews: Tentatively Week of December 12, 2022. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org . Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 12/9/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Nov 30, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT The Stanislaus County Public Defender's Office fights mass incarceration by providing zealous representation to low-income people facing criminal charges. The Public Defender seeks to serve the whole client, addressing needs that contribute to criminal legal involvement or that arise from contact with the legal system. The office is client-centered in its representation, recognizing that all clients deserve autonomy, dignity, and respect throughout their experience with the justice system. The Special Investigator I/II will join a team of over 45 attorneys, investigators, paralegals, and other staff dedicated to keeping people free and preserving their future despite the criminal charges they may be facing. To learn more about the Office of the Public Defender, click here . THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Public Defender is looking for tenacious and serious candidates who are comfortable working in a team dynamic and who have experience working in a diverse, dynamic, and multi-cultural environment. These candidates have the ability to work independently, analyze and problem-solve within ethical guidelines, prepare high quality investigative reports, and maintain time logs. THE POSITION The Public Defender Special Investigator I performs technical investigative assignments, assists in trial preparation, and locates and obtains statements from subjects involved in matters submitted to the Public Defender's Office. A considerable amount of fieldwork is involved. This person investigates assigned cases, interviews clients and witnesses, and takes statements. Analyzes, evaluates and organizes information, prepares detailed reports, and maintains appropriate records. This position also appears in court as a witness. Special Investigators are subject to assignments after normal hours and on weekends, overtime, standby, and callback assignments. Some investigations require occasional out-of-area travel. Works under close supervision and performs related duties as assigned. The Special Investigator II is more experienced than the Level I and works with greater independence in the performance of full range investigations. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Plan, direct and perform criminal investigative work by gathering, assembling, preserving and reporting facts, statements, and other evidence; Locate and interview clients and witnesses; Analyze and evaluate witnesses statements; Examine a variety of records to secure information; Write detailed reports with significant data in summary form for submission to the Deputy Public Defenders for possible use in court; Use and maintain surveillance devices, photographic and video-recording equipment; Testify in court; Represent the department in the community; Utilize Windows-based computer system for daily processing; Prepare Crime Scene Diagrams; Give training to others in the department; Maintain and adhere to strict confidentiality policies; Be responsive to the needs and concerns of the department staff; and Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Communicate complex information both orally and in writing in a manner that is understandable to others; Interview, analyze, evaluate and document witnesses statements; Deal effectively with staff, citizens and law enforcement agencies under conditions requiring integrity, initiative, resourcefulness, tact, and good judgment; Work irregular hours and overtime in various locations; Recall detail, remember names, faces and incidents, and be thorough and observant; Analyze situations accurately, think and act quickly in situations and adopt an effective course of action; Interpret and apply oral or written material and/or instructions; Gather, document information and evidence by observation and analyze investigation data; Remain alert and coherent; Work with and control sensitive and confidential information; Write detailed, clear and accurate correspondence and reports; Work effectively in a close environment as a productive team member; Utilize computers for research, report writing and record keeping; Work under pressure, and Diffuse and calm witnesses and clients in an emotionally charged and potentially violent atmosphere. KNOWLEDGE Interviewing techniques; Report writing; Record keeping; Criminal investigation techniques and procedures; Principles of identification, preservation and presentation of evidence; Law enforcement procedures; Criminal law, evidence handling, and court procedures; Basic computer operation and applications, and Basic and assertive communication skills. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE PATTERN I Associate of Arts degree with a minimum of 12 semester units of college level coursework in Criminal Justice (or equivalent); AND Two (2) years of investigative experience that includes interviewing clients, writing detailed case reports and preparing or presenting evidence or information in court. PATTERN II Bachelor's of Arts degree in Social Science, Political Science, Criminal Justice or a closely related field; AND One (1) year of investigative experience that includes interviewing clients, writing detailed case reports and preparing or presenting evidence or information in court. Proof of education is required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-525-6341 to make other arrangements before 5 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. LICENSE Applicants must possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and remain free from repeated preventable accidents. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Possession of a valid POST Basic or Special Investigator Basic Certificate. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: December 16, 2022 Oral Examination: Tentatively the week of December 26, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 12/16/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Ste C, California, United States
Nov 24, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity ****THIS IS FOR EXTRA HELP/PART-TIME ONLY**** THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Department of Environmental Resources is looking for a team-oriented member that is integral to the retention success of our customers. A willingness to be part of the team should be at the heart of the candidate's priorities. Bilingual candidates are highly sought after, as many of our customers are monolingual. The candidate will have the opportunity to conduct field assignments including waste management and maintenance as well as gain experience in heavy equipment operations. This knowledge along with this ability to work under varying outdoor conditions is a plus. To learn more about the Department of Environmental Resources, Click Here . THE POSITION Under supervision, performs work related to waste collection activities. The essential functions include: litter control, potentially large waste items handling, general landfill maintenance, e-waste, and proper hazardous materials handling, ensuring compliance with all current safety regulations, and work with department safety representatives on prevention and safety awareness. This entry-level position is critical to the daily operation of the ongoing maintenance of the various Environmental Resources facility locations. The Department of Environmental Resources has a combined total of eight service areas: Administration, Environmental Health, Code Enforcement, Solid Waste, Hazardous Materials, Landfill, Groundwater Management, and Milk and Dairy. Vacancies within t he Landfill and Hazardous Materials divisions are currently being recruited. Individuals may be assigned to any of the divisions/locations. The Landfill Division incumbent will be performing daily landfill maintenance, clean-up of related grounds, operation of heavy maintenance equipment related to the proper management of municipal waste and environmental protection, in addition to directing traffic. The Hazardous Materials Division incumbents will be assigned to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility (HHW). These positions will assist in receiving hazardous waste, e-waste, and perform related HHW duties as assigned. Work assignments are typically scheduled over the weekend for up to eight hours per week. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, weekend, holiday, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under "Disability Management". Typical Tasks Perform litter pick-up and garbage collection duties; Clean restrooms and public facilities; Perform maintenance tasks of a routine nature, such as painting, watering trees and shrubs, mowing lawns, cutting weeds, raking leaves and sweeping walks; Perform manual labor; Operate power equipment such as lawnmowers, hedgers, tractors, forklifts and trucks; Drive vehicles to carry workers or transport materials/equipment to and from various job sites; May supervise assigned temporary workers; Collect and account for fees; Collect materials for recycling including from various adjacent County facilities; Assist visitors, answer questions concerning County facility, rules and regulations; Prepare written reports and documents; Perform routine maintenance tasks; Handle various household hazardous wastes and e-waste; May operate a cash register; and Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Deal tactfully and effectively with the public; Follow instructions, both oral and written; Perform manual labor, including lifting, bending, stooping, kneeling, walking, reaching and manual dexterity; Ability to work cohesively with others to achieve a goal; Work outdoors in the heat and cold, around chemicals, dust and fumes; Work weekends, holidays and irregular hours; Supervise non-departmental labor; Lift and dump full garbage cans and/or other heavy objects; Physically stand six to eight hours daily in a confined space; Handle money, prepare reports and maintain records; and Operate two-way radio and cellular phone. KNOWLEDGE Maintenance techniques, grounds-keeping, and waste management practices. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Three (3) months experience with heavy equipment operation; OR, Three (3) months experience in landfill and/or hazardous materials waste related job assignments; OR, Possession of a valid California Commercial Driver's License with HazMat or Tanker Endorsements; OR, Possession of a valid Qualified Applicators Certification from the California Dept. of Pesticide Regulation. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS: Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: December 7, 2022 Oral Examination: Tentative - Week of December 19, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION: Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 12/7/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Crowslanding, California, United States
Nov 24, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Department of Environmental Resources (Landfill Division) is looking for a candidate that exhibits the following characteristics to fill full-time and part-time vacancies: integrity, honesty, and respectfulness while working collaboratively with internal and external customers; the ability to utilize professional judgment to make sound decisions, the inclination to learn and be open to change. To learn more about the Department of Environmental Resources, click here . THE POSITION Under supervision, incumbents operate and service heavy equipment, perform traffic control, general semi-skilled labor, and related work. Individuals are expected to have general knowledge of all equipment but will be trained on the specific equipment used within the Department and performs related duties as assigned. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Crafts/Maintenance Institutional bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Routinely operates heavy equipment including D-6/D-8/D-9 bulldozers, scraper, grader, compactor, roller, backhoe, etc.; Cut, level, stop, grade and finish slopes, landfill trenches and spread, cover and compact refuse; Supervise and train one or more employees related to equipment operations; Operate landfill scale house; Perform computer data entry; Service and perform light repair of all equipment; Perform landfill site maintenance; and Operate other onsite vehicles. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Understand and carry out oral and written directions; Work cooperatively with others and the public; Perform heavy manual work; Keep accurate records; Compute basic mathematical calculations; Understand Landfill policies and procedures; Supervise and/or train Alternative Work Program or other special program referrals, or new employees as required; Perform heavy physical labor, including lifting 60 pounds; Lift, bend, stoop, walk on uneven terrain, run, climb and reach overhead; Push, pull, squat, twist and turn; Read or see objects under ambient, limited or artificial lighting; Depending upon the weather, work outdoors in the heat, cold, dust, rain and sun glare; Stand or sit for long periods of time or work in confined spaces; and Work around noise, mists, fumes, vibrations, and chemicals. KNOWLEDGE Landfill Equipment Operator I Maintenance and repair of heavy equipment including D-8 bulldozer, 623 scraper, compactor and grader; and General safe working practices. Landfill Equipment Operator II Demonstrated knowledge of all Landfill Equipment Operator I requirements plus: Operation of heavy equipment including D-8 bulldozer, 623 scraper, compactor and grader; The motor vehicle laws affecting equipment operation; General methods used in the operation of a sanitary landfill; and General safe working practices. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Landfill Equipment Operator I One (1) year experience or training as a truck driver or equipment operator; AND Possess and maintain a valid Class C California Driver's License; AND Class A or B License may be required after the first year of employment. Landfill Equipment Operator II One (1) year experience as a Landfill Equipment Operator I or equivalent; AND Possess and maintain a valid Class C California Driver's License; AND Class A or B License may be required after the first year of employment. Landfill Equipment Operator I is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: December 14, 2022 Oral Examination : Tentative the week of January 2, 2023 Note: The eligible list generated from this recrui tment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 12/14/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Nov 22, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate for the position of Social Worker must possess knowledge of the laws and principles related to child welfare. They must possess broad knowledge and understanding of normal child development and how trauma impacts the developmental process. The successful candidates will have the skill and ability to conduct client interviews, assessments, and crisis intervention activities. Incumbents in the position will exercise sound judgment in making diagnostic risk assessments and decisions regarding placement of children and handle high pressure, crisis situations professionally, and be able to extract appropriate information during such situations. They must be able to work with a variety of individuals with varying degrees of mental health functioning, literacy, coping abilities, and life skills. In addition, the ideal candidate should possess the following: knowledge of community resources; the ability to write clear, concise and descriptive reports under time restraints; strong written and verbal communication skills; the ability to work well under pressure and display sound time management; and an appreciation for diversity. To learn more about the Community Services Agency, click here . Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details. THE POSITIONS SOCIAL WORKER IV TRAINEE This is a training level in the Social Worker series. Incumbents perform professional casework in less complicated areas of social services. The casework requires the application of a moderate level of social services, expertise and techniques. Casework is in areas of child protective services. Incumbents at this level will receive necessary training and supervision. Note: Social Worker IV Trainees will earn 15% less than the first step of the Social Worker IV series. ABOUT THE TRAINEE DESIGNATION Trainees are part of the unclassified service of the County; All trainees will be appointed to the first step of the salary range for the appropriate position, and will be compensated 15% below the range established for the Social Worker IV classification involved; Trainee appointments are not to last longer than one year. However, appointments are extendible to a maximum of two years in cases where minimum qualifications are involved; and Upon completion of the training period and the acquisition of minimum qualifications, the individual may be upgraded to a probationary appointment at step 1 of the Social Worker IV salary range. (An approximate 15% increase in salary). SOCIAL WORKER IV This is the next to highest level in the Social Worker series. Incumbents perform professional casework of an advanced nature in the most difficult social service areas. The casework requires the application of high-level and sophisticated social services, expertise, and techniques. Casework is in areas such as adoptions and child protective services. Incumbents at this level are expected to work independently without intensive supervision. SOCIAL WORKER V This is a full journey level in the Social Worker series. Incumbents in this class independently perform difficult professional casework that requires the application of sophisticated social services expertise and techniques. Assignments are typically in the complex social service program areas such as adoptions, court liaison, family reunification, early placement, emergency intake/response, family maintenance, and permanent placement. Incumbents at this level work under direction, choosing from a wide range of procedures to achieve objectives. This position is subject to overtime, standby, and callback assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months for a total of eighteen months. The probationary period does not apply to unclassified positions. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks SOCIAL WORKER IV TRAINEE Investigate child neglect reports from the community; Provide information and referral for services; May be required to utilize own vehicle as the need warrants; Investigate child neglect referrals; Make investigations for Juvenile Court dependency actions; Write court reports and makes presentations and recommendations to the Juvenile Court; Provide initial intake, crisis intervention and counseling services to children and their parents; Provide group orientation to families interested in obtaining County licenses for foster family care; Provide services to children in out-of-home care and to their parents; Provide home-based services to abused/neglected children and their families; Select suitable out-of-home care placements and supervises the children in these placements; Participate on community task forces and committees, and carry out other duties as directed; Understand the principles/philosophies of Team Decision Meetings and Family Engagement Meetings; Be expected to refer cases and participate in the process; Have a working knowledge and be able to utilize CWS/CMS computer system; and Participate and complete Institute and Academy training courses. SOCIAL WORKER IV Receive and screen reports of child/adult abuse or neglect from the community for degree of urgency; Provide information and referral for services; Provide 24-hour protective services as back-up to the assigned after-hours social worker in child welfare; Serve as after-hours emergency response social worker, on a rotation basis; Investigate child abuse or neglect referrals; Investigate for Juvenile Court dependency actions; Write court reports and make presentations and recommendations to the Juvenile Court; Provide initial intake, crisis intervention and counseling services to children and their parents; Provide group orientation to families interested in obtaining County licenses for foster family care; Provide services to children in out-of-home care and to their parents; Provide intensive home based services to abused/neglected children and their families; Select suitable out-of-home care placements and supervises the children in these placements; Provide services and transitional planning to foster youth in out-of-home care; Provide safety and risk assessments throughout the life of a case; Participate on community task forces and committees; Act as a lead worker, when necessary; Assess prospective adoptive parents' suitability for adoption; Possess a working knowledge and ability to utilize CWS/CMS computer system; and Participate and complete Institute and Academy training courses. SOCIAL WORKER V Provide emergency response intake services in order to receive and screen reports of child neglect and/or abuse from the community and determine the degree of urgency and type of follow up needed; Serve as the after-hours emergency response worker in child welfare on a rotational basis; Investigate child abuse or neglect referrals; When in the field, request law enforcement, mental health, ambulance and/or other emergency services as needed for the immediate safety and protection of children; Consult with a supervisor as needed regarding the removal of a child from the home; Investigate referrals of alleged sexual abuse of children; Order forensic testing; Provide initial intake, crisis intervention and counseling services to children and non-minor dependent youth in shelters and similar types of out-of-home care, as well as to their families; Prepare petition and position statements for juvenile court hearings; Act as the court officer by representing child welfare services and providing case management with regard to early family reunification court processes; performs investigations for Juvenile Court dependency actions; Write court reports and makes presentations and recommendations to the Juvenile Court; Make and coordinate out-of-home placements for children and/or non-minor dependent youth; Gather school, medical and other information to support out-of-home placements; Contact relatives; Investigate backgrounds/criminal histories of potential placements and assesses the home environment; Recommend approval/denial of placements; Select suitable out-of-home care placements and supervise the children/youth in these placements; Provide crisis intervention and counseling services to children, youth and their parents; Provide social casework services to children and youth in out-of-home care and to their parents; Arrange and supervise visitations; Provide intensive home based services to families a high risk of having a child removed; Monitor and report on progress on court-ordered requirements; Serve as the primary caseworker for a caseload of children at various stages in the adoption process; Conduct studies of potential adoptive homes; Assess prospective adoptive parents' suitability for adoption; Conduct periodic visits with adoptive families until the adoption is finalized; Prepare court reports and recommendations pertaining to adoption status and finalization; Provide case management to children and non-minor dependent youth who did not reunify with their parents, were not adopted, and who require permanent placement; Participate on community task forces and committees; May act as a lead worker over a unit of Social Worker III/IV's; Understand the principles/philosophies of Family Decision Meetings and refers cases and participate in the process; Utilize automated computer systems to maintain data and information; and Participate and complete Institute and Academy training courses. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SOCIAL WORKER IV TRAINEE & SOCIAL WORKER IV SKILLS/ABILITIES Apply the principles of Social Worker practices related to working with children and their families; Evaluate personal and psychological factors in children and/or family situations; Act effectively under stressful situations; Provide specialized individual, family and group counseling; Work effectively with professionals in other disciplines and at the same time maintain professional identity; Express strong personal and professional ethics; Respect and protect the rights of clients and; Demonstrate a commitment to children, their protection and their rights to permanent placement, preferably in their own homes. KNOWLEDGE Social service research methods; Child development; The impact physical and mental health problems have on personality development and functioning; Group dynamics; and Therapeutic intervention techniques. SOCIAL WORKER V SKILLS/ABILITIES Apply the principles of Social Worker practices related to working with children and their families; Evaluate personal and psychological factors in children and/or family situations; Act effectively under stressful situations; Provide specialized individual, family and group counseling; Work effectively with professionals in other disciplines and at the same time maintain professional identity; Express strong personal and professional ethics; Respect and protect the rights of clients; and Demonstrate a commitment to children, their protection and their rights to permanent placement, preferably in their own homes. KNOWLEDGE Social service research methods; Socioeconomic conditions and trends; Current issues in the field of child social welfare; Social welfare programs at the Federal, State and local levels; Child development; The impact physical and mental health problems have on personality development and functioning; Group dynamics; and Therapeutic intervention techniques We recognize your time is available, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE FOR SOCIAL WORKER IV TRAINEE Be within one (1) year of completing a Masters Degree in Social Work or a two-year Master Degree in Counseling. Applicant must attach proof of education to be considered. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE FOR SOCIAL WORKER IV PATTERN I Master's degree in Social Work or an approved two (2) year (60 unit) Masters degree in Counseling. PATTERN II Possession of a Master's degree must be acquired within three (3) months of the application date for the position and prior to appointment. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE FOR SOCIAL WORKER V Possession of a Master's degree in social work (MSW) or an approved two (2) year (60 unit) master's degree in counseling; AND Two (2) years of experience as a Social Worker IV in a Stanislaus County Child Welfare Program; OR Two (2) years of social work casework experience in a public child welfare program area. LICENSE Employees may be required to use personal transportation during the performance of their duties; AND Proof of liability insurance as required by the State of California; AND Must possess and maintain a valid California driver's license; AND Must possess and maintain a valid Real ID driver license or Identification Card, valid U.S. passport or passport card, military ID or other federally approved identification to fly within the United States during the performance of their duties effective May 2023. Selected candidates will be required to obtain and maintain security clearance to access federal, state and local detention facilities, schools and hospitals in the performance of their duties. Proof of education will be required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-558-1200 to make other arrangements before 5 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination. Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Applications will be screened periodically on a monthly basis. Oral Examination: Oral examinations will be scheduled periodically on a monthly basis. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County Departments. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Nov 10, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity ABOUT THE POSITION The Deputy Probation Officer I classification is the entry-level Peace Officer position for new officers who generally have little or no prior work history in a probation department. Officers may be assigned to intake, investigation, supervision, or multi-agency collaborative projects in adult or juvenile casework in a variety of locations in Stanislaus County. Deputy Probation Officer assignments involve the possibility of bodily injury, dealing with angry, hostile and potentially combative clientele, and exposure to infectious diseases that can cause chronic illness or death. Some positions include exposure to offensive odors and bodily fluids, exposure to chemical weapons such as pepper spray, and may be required to use firearms. This position may be required to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends. This position also performs related duties as assigned. Additional compensation of 2.5% will be paid to incumbents who are authorized, qualified, and maintain qualifications to carry a firearm. Additional compensation of 2.5% will be paid to incumbents who are authorized, qualified to carry a firearm, and in an armed assignment. Additional compensation of 3% will be paid to incumbents upon completion of Probation Officer Core Training. Additional compensation of 2.5% will be paid to eligible certified bilingual incumbents. Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details As a full time Stanislaus County Employee, you will be eligible for the benefits listed below: Vacation and Sick Accruals; Paid Holidays; Employee Assistance Program; StanCERA Retirement Membership; Flexible Spending Accounts; Basic Term Life Insurance Policies; Deferred Compensation Plans through Nationwide; County specific promotional opportunities; and Medical, Dental, Vision Benefits effective the first of the month following the employment start date. To learn more about the Probation Department, click here . This position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Stanislaus County Deputy Probation Officer Association (SCDPOA) bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Review law enforcement or court referrals and apply State law and departmental policy to determine appropriate recommendation and disposition; Interview offenders, family members, victims and others critical to appropriate case disposition; Access and comprehend law enforcement, school, mental health, social services and other reference materials; Provide monitoring and supervision of offenders under court order or departmental disposition. This entails face-to-face contact with offenders, family members, law enforcement, employers, victims and other public or private agencies who provide service or supervision to the offender. These contacts may take place within the office, various custodial facilities, the offender's home, school or place of work, or at various community locations; Prepare accurate and objective memos, court reports and statistical reports; Testify in court as required; Transport probationers as necessary or required; Conduct drug testing of probationers; Conduct searches of a probationer, his/her residence or vehicle as authorized by court order and departmental policy; Arrest probationers as authorized by State law and departmental policy; Locate broker and monitor social services to aid probationer and his/her family; Attend training classes and meetings; Develop and monitor individualized case plans and case file materials to assist probationer to comply with the law, court order and achieve law abiding productive lifestyle; Develop, monitor and report on job performance and performance based outcome measures; and Arrange for payment of restitution and fines. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Deputy Probation Officer I Read and comprehend complex written materials, including legal documents, psychological evaluations and other technical reports; Communicate effectively in the English language both orally and in writing; Deal effectively with criminal offenders, including potentially hostile and aggressive individuals; Analyze investigative materials and make proper deductions; Work cooperatively with law enforcement and other allied agencies; Learn to use computer terminals and personal computers for word processing, data entry and retrieval, and other applications; Successfully complete required training, that may involve overnight assignments away from home; Work well under considerable pressure and with deadlines for work completion; Learn to use radios, defensive chemical weapons, firearms and mechanical physical restraints; and Successfully complete 174-hour introductory core training course within the first 12 months of appointment as prescribed by the California State Board of Corrections. Deputy Probation Officer II - Possess all of the skills and abilities for Deputy Probation Officer I and Write clear and concise reports and make appropriate recommendations; Work independently without excessive supervision; and Work on special projects with others in a participatory group process. KNOWLEDGE Principles of human behavior, communication, adult and juvenile probation and applicable court procedures; State laws and County ordinances affecting adult and juvenile probation; and Modern casework techniques applicable to probation work. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Deputy Probation Officer I Possess a Bachelor's degree at the time of appointment. Proof of degree is required in order to be offered a position; Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences, Criminal Justice, Corrections, or a closely related field; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. Deputy Probation Officer II Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences, Criminal Justice, Corrections, or a closely related field; AND One (1) year of work experience as a Deputy Probation Officer I; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. The California State Government Code provides the following minimum requirements for all Peace Officer positions in California: Must be free from any prior felony convictions; AND Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship; AND Must be 18 years of age or older; AND Must provide fingerprints for a criminal records check; AND Must be of a "good moral character" determined by a background investigation; AND Must have a High School diploma or GED equivalency; AND Must be free from any physical, emotional or mental condition that might adversely affect the exercise of Peace Officer powers. This is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. One (1) year experience in a paid or volunteer position in a justice system or social services agency. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES / FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application form. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Probation recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Orientation - Attendance is mandatory to continue on in the recruitment Physical Agility Examination - The physical agility test includes: Prone Plank: Lie on the ground in the prone position and raise body off the ground in a straight posture supported only by forearms/elbows. Keep body raised off the ground and hold posture for 30 seconds. Rest 20 seconds and repeat two more cycles for a total of 3-30 second prone planks. Body Drag : Lift and drag a 165 lb. life-like dummy 32 feet in 20 seconds or less. Stair Climb : Run 15 yards, climb up a flight of stairs making contact with each step, turn around at the top and climb down the flight of stairs making contact with each step, sprint 15 yards back to starting line in 30 seconds or less. Scale Chain Link Fence : Run 5 yards to a 6-foot chain link fence, climb over the fence, and continue running for 25 yards in 25 seconds or less. Scale Solid Fence : Run 5 yards to a 6-foot solid fence, climb over the fence, and continue running for 25 yards in 30 seconds or less. Obstacle Course : Run a 99-yard obstacle course in 30 seconds or less. The course consists of several sharp turns, a number of curb height obstacles, and a 34-inch high obstacle that must be vaulted. Endurance Challenge : Run 500 yards in 2.5 minutes or less immediately followed by performing 10 push-ups in 20 seconds or less. Trigger Pull : Raise an unloaded pistol to shoulder height with arm fully extended and unsupported. Pull the trigger at least 40 times with the dominant hand within 1 minute and repeat the test with the weak side hand. The laser dot must remain within the confines of a 9 inch circular area of the target designated by the proctor. Written Examination - Samples of the written examination can be found by searching "Probation Officer Examination" on the Internet. Oral Exam Panel Interview - A ranking oral examination. Successful candidates will be placed on an eligibility list. Conditional Offer Examinations - The pre-employment exams include drug testing, physical examination, treadmill test, fingerprint clearance and a psychological examination. Personal History Statement and Background Investigation - Thorough Peace Officer background investigation. Selection Interview - Selection Interview with the Chief Probation Officer. UNSATISFACTORY RESULTS IN ANY ASPECT OF THE FOREGOING, INCLUDING BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION FINDINGS, MAY RESULT IN REMOVAL FROM THE ELIGIBILITY LIST. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Apply by Orientation Written Examination Physical Agility Oral Examination PHS Review December 8, 2022 December 16, 2022 8:15 am to 9:15am Same Day as Orientation 9:30am to 12:00pm Same Day as Orientation 1:00 PM Same Day as Orientation Time: TBD Same Day as Orientation Time: TBD Please note these dates are tentative and subject to change. You will be notified whether or not you are invited to each testing event at least five (5) days prior to the actual test date. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future full-time vacancies with the Stanislaus County Probation Department. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 12/8/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Oct 29, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity THE POSITION The Deputy Sheriff Intern classification will be used to provide a formal training program for individuals who are 18 through 24 years of age with the goal of providing incumbents the opportunity to experience law enforcement and determine their career goals. Incumbents will be provided with the skills and competencies necessary to meet the demands of becoming a public safety officer while preparing them for a full-time law enforcement career. To learn more about the Sheriff's Department, click here . This program is designed for college students to gain experience in the law enforcement field. Candidates will attend the POST academy and/or CORE academy as their college schedule permits. Stanislaus County will bear the cost of the POST academy and CORE academy. Deputy Sheriff Interns may attend the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certified Regular Basic Course (RBC). Over the course of the approximately 740 hour RBC, incumbents will receive intensive academic instruction in law enforcement procedures combined with rigorous physical fitness training. Successful completion of the POST Regular Basic Course requires full-time attendance for approximately four months in addition to off duty study time. Deputy Sheriff Interns may attend the CORE academy at the Stanislaus County Regional Training Center. Successful completion of the CORE academy requires full-time attendance for approximately six weeks. The first year incumbent may be assigned to work in the Adult Detention facilities under the direct supervision of a Facility Training Officer (FTO). During this assignment, the incumbent will receive training in the care, custody, and control of inmates. The second year incumbent may be assigned to work in the Operations/Patrol Division and will complete a POST approved Field Training program. During this assignment, the incumbent will learn law enforcement policies, procedures, crime prevention strategies, and enforcement protocols. The Deputy Sheriff Intern must transition to the Deputy Sheriff or Deputy Sheriff Custodial classification through the County recruitment process or separate from County service before age 25. The FTO internship program in each division will require hour and shift commitment based on your college schedule availability. You must retain your college enrollment through the entirety of the internship The Deputy Sheriff Intern is a part-time, extra help, provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position may be subject to overtime assignment as schedule permits. This assignment will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in the 401a program. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks May attend the assigned POST Certified Regular Basic Course and successfully meet all academic and physical requirements; Receive training in the use of a variety of law enforcement equipment, physical fitness techniques, arrest control techniques and other required trainings; Participate in firearms course resulting in achieving a qualifying score for firearms qualification under California Penal Code Section 832; Learn the principles and techniques of interviewing victims, witnesses, and suspects; Learn and assist in operating electronic communication equipment to transmit and receive messages from electronic communication equipped vehicles and other stations; Prepare a variety of reports and correspondence to meet department policy and protocol; Develop and maintain good relations with the general public, and exchange crime related and general information with other law enforcement agencies; Assist Deputy Sheriffs on routine calls in a learning capacity; Assist Deputy Sheriff-Custodial staff with supervision of inmates in a variety of activities at adult detention facilities; and Perform identification and photographic work, and administrative or special assignments. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Read and understand policies, instructions, laws and ordinances pertaining to law enforcement activities; Keep accurate records and write clear and comprehensive reports; Demonstrate physical endurance, agility and strength; Understand and follow written and oral instructions; Make independent decisions; Work with and control sensitive, confidential information; Think clearly, exercise sound judgment and adopt quick, effective, and reasonable courses of action under pressure and in emergency situations; Remember names, faces, details of incidents and places, and possess good powers of observation; Enforce rules and regulations with fairness, tact and impartiality; Work effectively with inmates, fellow deputies, public officials, general public and others; Relate to a wide variety of socio-economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds; Learn the use and care of a variety of specialized law enforcement equipment, including firearms, restraints and tactical equipment; Perform basic arithmetic calculations; Operate basic computer hardware and software; and Operate a motor vehicle. KNOWLEDGE Basic English grammar, composition, spelling and punctuation; Basic mathematics; Law enforcement principles, practices, procedures and terminology; Effective problem solving techniques; Record keeping and report writing practices; Methods and techniques used in customer service and public relations; Basic computer and office automation technology; and Professional ethics. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. The Sheriff's Department will administer the POST Entrance Exam, which will include a written and physical agility test. Candidates must obtain a minimum T-Score of 45 on the entrance exam (written test); OR Must have successfully passed the POST Academy entrance exam with a minimum T-Score of 45 within the last 12 months; AND Graduation from high school or passage of high school level General Education Development (GED) test; AND Physical/manipulative abilities required by the department; AND Mental/cognitive abilities required by the department; AND Possess a valid First Aid and CPR Certificate within six (6) months from the date of appointment; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License; AND Not less than 18 years of age or more than 24 years of age at time of appointment; AND No felony convictions, must be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of a crime for which the punishment could have been imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary or State prison; AND Maintain enrollment with a minimum of 9 units and minimum grade point average of 2.0 with a higher education program to obtain an AA/BA degree. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Ability to read or see objects under ambient, limited or artificial lighting and at a reasonable distance with sufficient clarity to permit their recording or accurate description, i.e., persons, vehicles, license numbers, addresses, street signs, items of property, written messages, printed material, etc.; Ability to hear normal speech and other audible events, even in combination with other environmental noise, i.e., gunshots, cries for help, glass breaking, alarm bells ringing, tires, squealing, etc.; Ability to sit and stand for long periods of time; Walk, run, jump, kneel, crouch, reach, twist, stoop, squat, crawl, and climb; Carry the average weight of a person (approximately 165 pounds); Take physical charge of a person who may resist arrest; Work indoors and outdoors, including extreme heat and cold; Tolerate extreme noise and vibrations; and Work in confined working space. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "duties" section of the online application. Minimum of three (3) months of Explorer, ROP or criminal justice/law enforcement related experience. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted past 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application form. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening: Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Physical Agility Examination-Pass/Fail: A timed physical agility exam will be administered. The physical agility exam may include, but is not limited to, the following events: 500 yard run, 165 pound body drag, 99 yard agility obstacle course, six foot fence climb and six foot wall climb. Written Examination-Pass/Fail: A timed written examination using the POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB). The exam will contain sections in Spelling; Vocabulary, Clarity, Reading Comprehension and CLOZE. Sample Test can be found on the following link: http://lib.post.ca.gov/Publications/poWrittenPracticeTest.pdf Oral Examination: An oral exam will be administered during this recruitment. The oral panel consists of at least three panel members from the Sheriff's Department, community and/or local law enforcement. A minimum score of 70% must be obtained in order to continue in the process. Eligible Lists: Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. As part of the selection process, candidates will be expected to pass a(n): In-depth background investigation including completion and review of a Personal History Statement; Computer Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) or polygraph examination; Psychological examination; and Medical examination. The Sheriff's Department will administer the POST Entrance Exam, which will include a written and physical test. Candidates must obtain a minimum T-Score of 45 on the entrance exam (written test); OR Applicant must have successfully passed the POST academy entrance exam with a minimum T-Score of 45 within the last twelve (12) months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Continuous but may close at any time Apply by date : December 30, 2022 Physical Agility: January 11, 2023 Written Examination: January 11, 2023 Oral Examination: TBA Candidates must be available at any time on the dates above in order to continue in the recruitment process. There will be no exceptions or the rescheduling of dates for any reason. If you meet the requirements stated herein, you may compete in the selection process. Possession of the minimum qualifications does not assure your participation in this recruitment. Unsatisfactory results in any aspect of the foregoing, including background investigation findings, may result in removal from the eligible list and disqualification from further consideration in the recruitment/hiring process. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Oct 29, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity Please click here for job flyer Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Stanislaus County, California, United States
Oct 21, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity Stanislaus County is offering recruitment bonuses! Part-Time (PTC) Bonus: $1,500 Currently hiring Part Time Nurses Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Health Services Agency (HSA) is looking for a team member who is passionate about working in public health and/or clinics to improve the health of our community. The ideal candidate is energetic, team oriented, a strong collaborator and innovative. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here . THE POSITION Staff Nurses provide professional nursing care and treatment for patients in a clinic or other health care setting. This intermediate level position provides care under general supervision and, as needed, acts as a supervisor, overseeing program processes. This position is subject to overtime, standby, callback, shift work, weekend, and holiday assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Specific clinics typical job responsibilities may vary. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is benefited. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Initiate the nursing process and perform nursing care, including therapeutic measures prescribed by medical authority within the limits of the Nurse Practice Act and department policy; Observe and assess the patient's condition. Assist the Health Care Provider in the assessment of the patients' condition, physical examinations of patients and educate and advise clients on pertinent health issues; Administer routine and specialized treatment, apply dressings and bandages to patients as relevant to the clinic visit; Report suspected cases of abuse and neglect of children and adults to proper authorities, according to procedures and protocols; Accurately obtain and record vital signs; Assist with the supervision, training and evaluation of Medical Assistants and other unlicensed personnel; Provide clinical services, and may draw blood, give injections, and obtain laboratory specimens as necessary; Report communicable diseases to the appropriate entity and make referrals for tests and medical care according to current policy; Teach patients and families about preventable health measures, such as nutrition, immunization, accident prevention and family planning; Utilizing nursing experience, evidence-based practice and/or clinic policies, triage patients for acuity and need by telephone or as patient presents to clinic for care and follow up with the triaged patient as necessary to ensure patient's needs have been met; Ensure patients receive and comprehend information and appropriate instructions concerning their healthcare needs following the clinic visit; Maintain appropriate control over supplies, perform quality assurance checks of equipment in the clinic and request replacement items needed; May consult with therapeutic multi-disciplinary team in reviewing patient progress and success of treatment and case management plans; Attend and participate in training, demonstration sessions, and in-service education programs to attain and maintain nursing skills as well as to further the knowledge of less experienced members of the nursing team and unlicensed staff; Use various programs such as Microsoft Office, Immunization Registry and Electronic Medical Record programs; Participate on committees, attend meetings, in-service programs and workshops relevant to the area of assigned patient care or specialty; Participate as triage nurse returning/routing patient calls to appropriate team members; Provide input to the Manager regarding the development or revision of policy and procedures; Provide guidance, oversight and orientation of less experienced nursing staff, unlicensed staff; and Provide operational oversight when necessary. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Staff Nurse I Perform in stressful and crisis situations, interpret policies and procedures, and apply them with good judgment; Communicate effectively orally and in writing; Administer treatments and medications to patients under the orders of a health care provider and/or the Nursing Practice Act; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, and other public agencies or personnel; Use of various computer programs such as Windows and an Electronic Medical Record; Follow complex oral and written directions and prepare clear and concise written reports, including documentation in the medical records; Train and guide the work of Medical Assistants and other support personnel when requested; Provide safe, effective and efficient nursing care; and Ability to oversee operational processes. Staff Nurse II - Above Plus the Following: Supervise, train and guide the work of Medical Assistants and other licensed and unlicensed personnel when requested; and Leadership skills and oversee operational processes. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of the nursing process; The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules; Nursing procedures, techniques, equipment and supplies; Principles of contact investigation and infection control; Collaborative health planning with multi-disciplinary teams; Medical terminology, modern nursing principles, methods and procedures; and Use and effects of medicine, controlled substances, clinic supplies, equipment, and disease processes including communicable diseases, symptoms and treatments. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Associate or higher degree in Nursing ; AND Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of California; AND Current valid BLS/CPR certification. EXPERIENCE Staff Nurse I No experience required. Staff Nurse II After receiving Registered Nurse license, one (1) year full-time experience in a hospital/outpatient care setting or experience which utilized the development of critical thinking skills. Proof of education may be required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-558-7180 to make other arrangements before 5 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: CONTINUOUS, BUT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Oral Examination: APPLICANTS WILL BE INVITED TO INTERVIEW AS QUALIFIED APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Various, California, United States
Oct 21, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Oct 21, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Oct 12, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Under direction, Mental Health Clinicians provide clinical assessments, care planning, counseling, clinical case management and other rehabilitative / psychotherapeutic services in a community mental health setting. Mental Health Clinicians are expected to work independently but also function effectively as part of a service team. The incumbents may supervise professional and technical personnel, and provide education and consultation services to other staff, community agencies and the public. In addition, Mental Health Clinicians may administer and coordinate mental health programs, and perform other related work as required. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Stanislaus County Loan Repayment Program Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services (BHRS) is pleased to announce that the 2022 / 2023 Stanislaus County Loan Repayment Program Cycle is open now. A limited number of awards will be available in Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services department and awarded recipients may receive up to $20,000 towards the repayment of educational loans upon full-time employment at BHRS. Applications for 2022 are open now on HCAI LINK ACLRP application must be submitted via the online application system by November 30, 2022. Applications submitted after November 30, 2022 will not be accepted. For resources on how to apply, please visit Loan Repayment Program Application and Program Guide - CalMHSA_Loan_Repayment_Program_Guide.pdf (stancounty.com) This program requires that eligible Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services applicants work in a "hard-to-fill" position as defined by Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. Please refer to the Stanislaus County Loan Repayment Program Application and Program Guide for criteria established to meet our critical workforce needs. To learn more about the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Department, click here . The eligible list generated from this recruitment will be used to fill future full-time, part-time, extra help and on-call vacancies for the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Department. ABOUT THE POSITION Mental Health Clinicians can be assigned, based on departmental needs, to the Adult and Older Adult System of Care (ASOC), Children's System of Care (CSOC), CARE Program, Substance Use Disorders System of Care (SUD), Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Crisis Care Mobile Units (CCMU), Medi-Cal Assessment Team (MAT), Quality Services, Utilization Management (UM), Strategic Implementation Team, Training Department or the Prevention & Early Intervention Team (PEI) . Adult System of Care (ASOC) Service Teams are utilized to provide comprehensive outpatient services to adults with a serious mental illness and/or substance use disorder of Stanislaus County. The focus of treatment efforts is to enable clients to function at their highest level in community. Emphasis is placed on assisting clients in identifying and achieving goals, which are meaningful to them. Treatment Teams are comprised of multi-disciplinary staff and are currently utilizing the psycho-social rehabilitation and recovery models of service delivery. Children's System of Care (CSOC) Services for children and youth are provided in various programs that work with children, youth and young adults age 0 to 21 years. The Mental Health Clinician will provide intensive services to children and adolescents identified with Serious Emotionally Disturbed (SED), as well as provide services and support to their family/caregivers. This may include children and youth who are involved with the Child Welfare or Probation systems. The Mental Health Clinician will also work with transitional age young adults and/or non-minor dependents who have opted into the foster care system as an adult. Services are provided in the field (in home, school, and community settings). Mental Health Clinicians in this subsystem work collaboratively with outside partners through a Child and Family Team process to ensure coordination of care. The CARE Program CARE is a multidisciplinary team of mental health, criminal justice, and other service providers who facilitate, provide, and share responsibilities of assessment coordination and treatment services to appropriately meet the complex mental, physical, and social needs of the targeted population. The target population includes individuals that may have severe and persistent mental illness, exhibit high-risk health and safety behaviors, engage in vagrancy-related criminal behavior, and experience severe SUDs; and for a variety of reasons, they are not accessing or accepting services. BHRS mental health services providers are embedded on the team to support clients with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and facilitate direct access to treatment services. The CARE team includes Modesto Police, Probation, Community Services Agency, Telecare, and Public Health. The overarching goal is to see an increase in the target population transition from saying "no" to help to saying "yes" to help. Substance Use Disorders (SUD) The Mental Health Clinician will be assigned to treatment programs and Residential Unit, which is designed to serve adults and older adults who suffer from a Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. The incumbents are expected to provide clinical 1:1's, group counseling to program participants, and consultation services to program staff. This position may include intake assessments, group facilitation, and individual client sessions. Mental Health Clinicians provide 1:1 counseling and assessments while following regulatory compliances. They are mandated reporters for CPS, APS, and 51/50's. Mental Health Clinicians also provide revenue with Medi-Cal billing. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a 24-hour, seven day a week program. CERT provides emergency mental health assessment and referral services for emergent and pre-emergent behavioral health situations in collaboration with families, consumers, law enforcement and emergency room personnel. Some services are provided in the community through a mobile task force. Non-crisis services include a consumer and family member-staffed Crisis Support Line and on-site peer support available to consumers and families who need support and referrals. Individuals are able to call to access services or request a psychiatric evaluation. CERT personnel should possess sophisticated diagnostic and assessment skills and be available for shift work. Crisis Care Mobile Units (CCMU) The Crisis Emergency Response Team (CERT) program will embed trained crisis mental health staff from Stanislaus County Behavioral Health & Recovery Services to ride along with Modesto Police Department (MPD) patrol officers and Stanislaus County Sheriff's Office (SO) patrol deputies from 1400 to 2200 hours Monday through Friday. CCMU Clinicians will respond with law enforcement to provide mobile crisis services, Triage screening, de-escalation/resolution for individuals experiencing behavioral health crises. CCMU Clinicians will work with BHS and CST staff to provide peer support, and coordination with medical and behavioral health services, and follow-up. Medi-Cal Assessment Team (MAT) The Medi-Cal Assessment teams provides mental health assessments to children and adult beneficiaries. The MAT Mental Health Clinician will perform initial assessments to individuals referred for or seeking mental health services. The MAT Mental Health Clinician will assist in linkage for those assessed to programs within BHRS, Contractors, and or alternate level of care such as mild-moderate and or community services. MAT personnel should posses sophisticated diagnostic and assessment skills. Quality Services The Quality Services/Compliance team ensures the following: 1. Quality of care issues are identified, monitored and appropriate corrective actions are taken 2. Pursue continuous quality improvement, through department audits 3. Behavioral health services provided to beneficiaries meet established quality of care standards (Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) protocol; Information Notices (IN); All State Plan Letters (APLs)), 4. Quality is evaluated in the areas of access, satisfaction, continuity of care and quality of care, 5. Provide on-going Electronic Health Record (EHR) Navigation training 6. Program certification and re-certification activities, including program National Provider Identifier (NPI)s and modes of service, and 6. Changes are made and monitored related to DHCS protocol updates. In addition, the compliance component of the Quality Services program ensures the following: 1. Establishment and implementation of procedures and a system with dedicated staff for routine internal monitoring and auditing of compliance risks, prompt response to compliance issues as they are raised, investigation of potential compliance problems as identified in the course of self-evaluation and audits, correction of such problems promptly and thoroughly (or coordination of suspected criminal acts with law enforcement agencies) to reduce the potential for recurrence, and ongoing compliance with the requirements under the contract (Corrective Action Plan (CAP) follow up from all peer reviews; review/discussion of limited mental health contact; review and provide information related to compliance for fact finding data), 2. Implement a compliance program that includes: Written policies, procedures, and standards of conduct that articulate the organization's commitment to comply with all applicable requirements and standards under the contract, and all applicable laws (provide training opportunities for BHRS compliance program plan; 3. Implement and maintain procedures designed to detect fraud, waste and abuse that include provisions to verify services reimbursed by Medicaid were received by the beneficiary, 4. Monitor access line compliance and procedures in addition to other compliance related requirements in protocol, Mental Health Plan (MHP) contract, and DMC-ODS Internal Government Agreement (IGA)), and 5. Assist with managing and monitoring privacy issues. Utilization Management (UM) The Utilization Management team evaluates medical necessity, appropriateness and efficiency of services provided to Medi-Cal beneficiaries (outpatient treatment plan review; assessment updates), ensures consistent application of review criteria for authorization decisions (outpatient treatment plan; Service Authorization Requests (SARs); SUD Residential) , conducts concurrent review and authorization for all psychiatric inpatient hospital services and psychiatric health facility services (DBHC; Telecare PHF; Out of County (OOC) hospitals) , reviews and completes provider appeals, provides training materials and training related to concurrent review, documentation standards for medical necessity (based on DHCS training and Title 9 regulation) ; and reasons for denials, EHR and database entry (diagnosis review; approved/denied days) , Medi-Cal eligibility check for all inpatient admissions, establish and implement written policies and procedures for all UM activities and delegated activities, and provide on-going trainings related to authorization (delegated activity); Notice of Action Beneficiary Determination (NOABDs). Strategic Implementation Team The Strategic Implementation Team is a program with Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services that provides project management support directly to the Executive and Senior Leadership Team. The Strategic Implementation Team's focus is to build partnerships with Executive and Senior leaders, as well as contract partners, to foster a working relationship that will result in collaborative decision making. This collaboration will ultimately benefit consumers that receive services in our community. Training Department Training Department supports all BHRS staff in connecting to state mandated trainings as well as trainings that support specific job-related tasks. Mental Health Clinician will provide support in coordinating, facilitating and tracking trainings as well as connecting staff to needed training support. Mental Health Clinician will work with various departments in assessing additional training needs and bringing outside partners in for additional support. Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI) Under the direction of the Manager and Staff Services Coordinator of Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI), the Mental Health Clinician will act within the division in a variety of local community settings, requiring partnerships with other organizations or community groups. The Mental Health Clinician may provide training and support to staff and community agencies at different sites within the county. The Mental Health Clinician will act in conjunction with the PEI division's accordance to state regulations in an effort to engage and impact community in ways that will result in deeper awareness of mental health and access to services, as well as engage in awareness and prevention efforts around suicide. The Mental Health Clinician will engage community in efforts to reduce stigma related to mental health and will help the community to build capacity in independent, self-defined views of wellbeing, wellness, and overall mental health. The Mental Health Clinician may provide guidance and support to a growing collaborative of designated community leaders and agencies from PEI and BHRS-funded programs as well as other community-based mental health and wellness programs. Doing so will ensure access to this prevention strategy in outlying areas where transportation and other factors are barriers to services in traditional centralized locations. Along with these tasks related to the division's implementation and services delivery, the Mental Health Clinician will act in conjunction with the PEI division within BHRS to fully implement the building of community capacity to provide emotional support to individuals where they live, worship, go to school, and play. The primary function promotes positive community development as a viable broad community effort to improve behavioral health outcomes. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide." The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Advise clients of available community resources and act as a liaison and/or advocate for clients/families to be able to access community resources effectively; Conduct onsite and field based comprehensive clinical assessments to establish medical necessity criteria and provide clinical interventions without supervision, utilizing different clinical treatment modalities and approaches based on clinical needs; Determine functional impairments of clients and prioritize their needs; In the appropriate therapeutic and/or clinical setting, work with primary care physicians when necessary on treatment plans or provide individual and group services which could include clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. For children and families, assist in assessing challenges and barriers to social and emotional health, and in partnership with them, develop a strength based realistic service plan; Perform appropriate clinical social work and develop treatment plans to address clients functional impairments; Prepare and maintain complex treatment and progress reports and document in client charts as needed; which include, diagnostic and treatment recommendations, discharge planning and follow-up services; Prepare and present cases for review with the clinical service team; Provide client-centered and wellness/recovery/resiliency informed services; Provide crisis intervention and 5150 evaluation on-site, in the field or at neighboring hospital emergency rooms when working with BHRS clients; Provide ongoing clinical assessment, client care planning and effective treatment implementation to children, adults and families; Support and utilize Electronic Medical/Health Record System software; Utilize the 12 Step and social model principles of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment resiliency and crisis intervention within the community; Work collaboratively with a wide range of clinical and non-clinical disciplines to access client and family needs, design effective care planning, service goals or special medical treatment plans regarding utilization of additional resources, such as, home health and hospice; Work collaboratively with consumers and family members using a wellness, recovery or resilient based approach and engage clients in treatment pathways to provide behavioral health needs when appropriated or as needed; Work in tandem with the Child Welfare Department, Education partners, or Regional Center partners if applicable; Work in tandem with the Probation Department, Sheriff's Office, criminal justice partner agencies, and other community partners across the County if applicable; and Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Perform psychiatric social work and psychotherapy of a complex nature with clients and groups; Prepare clear, concise case work records and make recommendations on the basis of such information; organize and manage a caseload; and work with a bureaucratic system; Retain personal objectivity while dealing with the problems of others; Perform the therapist's role in a manner consistent with professional standards and ethics; Determine functional impairments of clients and prioritize their needs; Decide appropriate treatment focus and methods without clinical supervision; Work with a team to integrate various clinical approaches into a treatment program; and Anticipate a potential crisis, manage and be able to apply appropriate clinical intervention when necessary. KNOWLEDGE Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, clinical case management, and various treatment modalities; Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, and substance abuse; Culturally proficient practices with diverse case load; Scope and activities of the public and private health and welfare agencies and other available resources; and Principles and techniques of mental health education, prevention, and crisis intervention within the community. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I PATTERN I Graduation from an accredited two (2) year Graduate School of Social Work with the receipt of a Master's Degree of Social Work which can lead to licensure as a Clinical Social Worker. PATTERN II Graduation from an accredited graduate program with receipt of a Master's Degree which can lead to a License as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); AND Meet qualifications to participate in a Short-Doyle program; AND Eligible to be licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California. The Mental Health Clinician I classification is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN II PATTERN I Graduation from an accredited two (2) year Graduate School of Social Work with receipt of a Master's Degree and acquisition of the State recognized license. PATTERN II Graduation from an accredited graduate program with receipt of a Master's Degree and acquisition of a LCSW or MFT License which meets qualifications to participate in a Short-Doyle program. PATTERN III Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology may be substituted for the above educational requirement; AND Two (2) years of experience in a Mental Health setting under clinical supervision as required to qualify for the State recognized license. LICENSE Licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California; OR A license as a Psychologist in the State of California may be substituted for the above licensure requirement. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening may focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "duties" section of the online application. Licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California; OR Current registration with the California Board of Behavioral Science or must be registered with the California Board of Behavioral Science within 60 days of the commencement of employment; AND Enrollment through Department of Health Care Services Provider Application and Validation for Enrollment (PAVE) portal; AND Bilingual language skills are desirable. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. This recruitment may close at any time with no notice. Apply By: Oral Examination: October 28,2022 Week of November 7th November 11, 2022 Week of November 21st November 25, 2022 Week of December 5th December 9, 2022 Week of December 19th December 23, 2022 Week of January 3rd, 2023 GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Oct 07, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity This recruitment is open to lateral transfers from other public agencies only. Stanislaus County is accepting lateral transfer applications from current Emergency Dispatcher II's. Please click here for more details on Stanislaus County's Lateral Transfer Hiring Incentives Stanislaus County Personnel Policy defines lateral transfers as persons with permanent or probationary status employed in another public agency and originally hired in that agency through a competitive process in the same or comparable classification requiring similar minimum qualifications. Additionally, the candidate must be currently employed with another governmental organization at the time of the conditional offer of employment. THE POSITION This position is for lateral transfers only. The Emergency Dispatcher II is a journey level position within the dispatcher series. A candidate for this position must be able to competently perform the duties associated with dispatching for another Law Enforcement or Fire Agency. This position is expected to be fully trained and to possess the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary in the operations of the 9-1-1 emergency telephone system and the computer dispatching system. Emergency Dispatch provides twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week public safety emergency dispatch service, and is the focal point for the 911 telephone system. Shifts are day, evening and nights, rotating every four months. The 12-hour work schedule consists of working a three-day work period followed by a three-day regular day off period. This position is subject to shift, weekend, overtime, mandate, and on-call assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Any combination of training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and abilities, mentioned above, in example is dispatch an experienced in the computer aided public safety dispatch center. To learn more about Stanislaus Regional 911 , click here . Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Emergency Dispatch (SREDA) bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Lateral candidates are highly encouraged to contact StanCERA regarding the specifics on retirement tiers and plans as it may affect current contributions. Contact can be made by calling (209) 525-6393 or at the website http://www.stancera.org/ The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Receive complaints and requests for assistance at the 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Dispatch Center; Procure accurate and timely information needed to classify and dispatch user agencies; Classify complaint types and enter data into the computer aided dispatch system; Determine appropriate response and course of action in accordance with established policy, procedures and codes; Dispatch user agency mobile unit by phone, fixed, or mobile radio communications equipment; Relay calls and information to other appropriate agencies in or out of the Stanislaus County 9-1-1 system; Act as a trainer at an assigned position; Monitor radio channel(s); and Receive and Coordinate requests and responses for member agencies. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Quickly and accurately follow written and oral instructions; Learn rules and regulations quickly and interpret them correctly; Reason clearly, analyzing situations rapidly and accurately in order to quickly adopt an effective course of action; Dispatch public safety equipment in a coordinated manner; Speak clearly and concisely using proper English; Hear and distinguish between several voices at the same time while acquiring and retaining the information; Spell correctly using proper English; Function efficiently and calmly under pressure; Type accurately at a minimum speed of 35 (net) words per minute; Rapidly and accurately operate complex computerized equipment; Read and understand maps; Monitor two CRT screens simultaneously; and Properly use a headset. KNOWLEDGE The techniques, procedures and methods used in the operation of a public safety communications center; A minimum of three radio disciplines used by Stanislaus County Regional 911; The use and proper care of radio, telephone and other job-related equipment; Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations pertinent to public safety operations; The location of major streets, highways, rivers, public places and geographical landmarks within Stanislaus County; and The general functions of the Sheriff's Department, city police, fire departments and other public safety agencies. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school or possession of the high school level General Education Development (GED) Certificate; AND Any combination of training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and abilities, mentioned above. An example is one year dispatching experience in a computer-aided public safety dispatch center; AND Typing certificate, within four years, of 35 wpm (net corrected) from any temporary agency or comparable institution. The certificate must be a three to five minute timed test; AND All offers of employment will be contingent upon individuals passing an extensive background investigation required by the Department of Justice because of computer access to confidential criminal information. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Possess a POST Basic or APCO Basic Telecommunicator Certification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Applications will be screened bi-weekly GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Sep 28, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity Please click here for job flyer Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Sep 20, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity This recruitment is open to lateral transfers from other public agencies only. Stanislaus County is accepting lateral transfer applications from current Deputy Sheriffs - Custodial. Please click here for more details on Stanislaus County's Lateral Transfer Hiring Incentives Stanislaus County Personnel Policy defines lateral transfers as persons with permanent or probationary status employed in another public agency and originally hired in that agency through a competitive process in the same or comparable classification requiring similar minimum qualifications. Additionally, the candidate must be currently employed with another governmental organization at the time of the conditional offer of employment. THE POSITION The Deputy Sheriff-Custodial position escorts, receives, registers, controls, supervises and cares for incarcerated persons and may be assigned to either the Sheriff's Detention Center (SDC)-East and West Facilities, Minimum Housing Unit, or Re-entry and Enhanced Alternatives to Custody Training Center (REACT). Deputies must be mature, emotionally stable and able to work effectively in an environment that is often hostile, unpredictable and occasionally unpleasant. Deputies must have the ability to direct and instruct groups of incarcerated persons; have a tolerant attitude towards those confined; be able to respond to a wide variety of situations and exercise sound judgment. This position is also required to work under a "No Hostage Policy" setting and performs related duties as assigned. Entry into the Deputy Sheriff-Custodial classification offers career opportunities in custodial correction work. To learn more about the Sheriff's Office click here. Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details. Deputy Sheriff-Custodial personnel are peace officers pursuant to 830.1 (c), whose authority extends to any place in the state only while engaged in the performance of the duties of his or her respective employment and for the purpose of carrying out the primary function of employment relating to his or her custodial assignments, or when performing other law enforcement duties directed by his or her employing agency during a local state of emergency. This classification should not be confused with that of the Deputy Sheriff, whose authority to act as a peace officer has no time restrictions. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Deputy Sheriff's Association Bargaining Unit bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve an eighteen-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of twenty-four months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). Lateral candidates are highly encouraged to contact StanCERA regarding the specifics on retirement tiers and plans as it may affect current contributions. Contact can be made by calling (209) 525-6393 or at the website http://www.stancera.org/ The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. It is important that you attach any documentation/verification to your application for the relevant education and/or licensure you possess listed under the Minimum Qualifications of this job announcement. Applications without this documentation attached will be rejected as incomplete. Typical Tasks Receives, books, searches, attends to and releases incarcerated persons in the SDC-East and West Facilities, Minimum Housing Unit, and REACT Center; Maintain order and discipline among incarcerated persons ; Type booking slips, head-count rosters, incident reports, and other forms as required; Serve civil process papers; Serve as a hospital guard; Inspect sanitation and oversees the feeding of incarcerated persons ; Supervise the daily activities of the Jail incarcerated persons ; Analyze situations accurately and adopts an effective course of action quickly; Escort and transport incarcerated persons to and from the clinic, court, hospital, and State institutions; Serve as storekeeper and issue daily supplies; Appoint and supervises trustees; and Make arrests pursuant to Penal Code Section 830.1 (c). Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) KNOWLEDGE The purposes and objectives of modern detention facility techniques; Principles and techniques of supervising group activities in a detention, secured setting facility; and Laws statutes, court proceedings, and regulations governing both sentenced and non-sentenced incarcerated persons . SKILLS AND ABILITIES Read and understand policies, rules, instructions, laws, and ordinances pertaining to law enforcement activities; Supervise the daily activities of sentenced and non-sentenced incarcerated persons ; Think clearly, use good judgment and adopt quick, effective, and reasonable courses of action in emergency situations; Remember names, faces, details of incidents and places, and possess good powers of observation; Apply modern principles of hygiene; Enforce rules and regulations with fairness, tact and impartiality; and Type reports accurately and at a reasonable rate of speed. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school or passage of high school level General Education Development (GED) test; AND Successfully complete the Stanislaus County arrest and firearms training courses pursuant to 832 PC (as prescribed by POST) and the jail operations course pursuant to 6035 PC (as prescribed by the Corrections Standards Authority) within twelve (12) months from the date of employment; AND Physical/manipulative abilities required by the department; AND Mental/cognitive abilities required by the department; AND Must be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of a crime for which the punishment could have been imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary or a State prison; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License; AND Not less than 21 years of age at time of appointment; AND Must be currently employed in a California Adult Detention agency with at least one (1) year of full time experience as a correctional deputy in a California Adult Detention agency; AND Must have your Standards and Training for Corrections (STC) training certificate or Adult Corrections Officer CORE academy or supplemental with documentation to substantiate your eligibility. CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENTS Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 applicants for peace officer positions must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Ability to physically perform essential job functions typical of the duties of Deputy Sheriff - Custodial; AND Read or see objects under ambient, limited or artificial lighting, and at a reasonable distance with sufficient clarity to permit their recording or accurate description; i.e., persons, vehicles, license, numbers, addresses, street signs, items of property, written messages, printed material, etc.; AND Hear normal speech and other audible events, even in combination with other environmental noise; i.e., gunshots, cries for help, glass breaking, alarm bells ringing, etc. ; AND Sit or stand for long periods of time; walk, run, jump, kneel, crouch, twist, stoop, squat, crawl and climb; carry the average weight of a person (approximately 165 pounds); take physical charge of a person who may resist arrest; work indoors and outdoors, including extreme heat and cold; tolerate extreme noise and vibrations; work in a confined working space; work with chemicals, explosive materials, and mechanical and electrical hazard. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Physical Agility Exam. A timed physical agility exam will be administered. The physical agility exam may include, but is not limited to, the following events: 500 yard run, 165 pound body drag, 99 yard agility obstacle course, six foot fence climb and six foot wall climb. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examinations will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. As part of the selection process, candidates will be expected to pass a(n): In-depth background investigation including completion and review of a Personal History Statement; Computer Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) or polygraph examination; Psychological examination; and Medical examination. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Continuous but may close at any time. Physical Agility Examination: TBA Written Examination: TBA Oral Examination: TBA Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION : Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Sep 20, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity This Recruitment is for full-time Lateral Transfers only. All other applicants will be disqualified. Stanislaus County is accepting lateral transfer applications from current Deputy Sheriff I/II. Please click here for more details on Stanislaus County's Lateral Transfer Hiring Incentives Stanislaus County Personnel Policy defines lateral transfers as persons with permanent or probationary status employed in another public agency and originally hired in that agency through a competitive process in the same or comparable classification requiring similar minimum qualifications. Additionally, the candidate must be currently employed with another governmental organization at the time of the conditional offer of employment. THE POSITION The Deputy Sheriff performs routine law enforcement and crime prevention duties, serves as Deputy Coroner, and performs other related duties. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments. To learn more about the Sheriff's Department, click here . Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details. The following are Specialty Positions/Teams within the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department: Positions Civil Division Contract Cities Coroners Facility Court Services Detectives Special Vehicles Operations unit StanCATT Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency Traffic/Motors Teams Aero Squadron Bomb Team Dive Team Honor Guard K-9 Mounted Unit S.W.A.T. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Stanislaus Sworn Deputies Association Bargaining Unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a eighteen-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of twenty four months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). Lateral candidates are highly encouraged to contact StanCERA regarding the specifics on retirement tiers and plans as it may affect current contributions. Contact can be made by calling (209) 525-6393 or http://www.stancera.org/ Typical Tasks Patrol assigned areas for the protection of life and property; Serve legal papers such as subpoenas, summons, complaints, and writs of attachment, execution and restitution; Collect fees due the County; Serve warrants and makes arrests; Conduct coroner's investigations and secure property; Investigate accidents; Administer first aid; Receive and answer complaints; Prepare reports and keep routine records; Interrogate persons suspected of crimes; Prepare evidence for court presentation; Appear in court as a witness or arresting officer; Transport prisoners; Work in the courts as a Bailiff; Perform identification and photographic work; and Work administrative or special assignments. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Secure information from witnesses and suspects; Write clear and comprehensive reports; Demonstrate physical endurance, agility and strength; Understand written and oral instructions; Make independent decisions while working in the field; Work with and control sensitive, confidential information; and Operate a motor vehicle. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of law enforcement and community regulations; and Criminal law with particular reference to apprehension, arrest, search and seizures. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. PATTERN I--EXPERIENCED LEVEL Have successfully completed (at any time) a California POST certified basic law enforcement academy; AND One (1) year of full time experience as a sworn peace officer with a California law enforcement agency with less than a three (3) year break in service, and be eligible for appointment as a Peace Officer under Section 830.1 PC.; AND Must have your basic POST certificate issued by California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training or other documentation to substantiate your eligibility. PATTERN II--LATERAL TRANSFER Have successfully completed (at any time) a California POST certified basic law enforcement academy; AND Must be currently employed in a California law enforcement agency with at least one (1) year of full time experience as a sworn peace officer with a California law enforcement agency, and be eligible for appointment as a Peace Officer under Section 830.1 PC; AND Must have your basic POST certificate issued by California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training or other documentation to substantiate your eligibility. You must submit a copy of your valid Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT THIS DOCUMENTATION ATTACHED WILL BE REJECTED AS INCOMPLETE. In addition to the above minimum qualifications you must meet the following: Graduation from high school or passage of high school level General Education Development (GED) test; AND Physical/manipulative abilities required by the department; AND Mental/cognitive abilities required by the department; AND Possess a valid First Aid and CPR Certificate within six (6) months from the date of appointment; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License; AND Not less than 21 years of age at time of appointment. Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 applicants for peace officer positions must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. DEPUTY SHERIFF II Two (2) years of full time experience equivalent to a Stanislaus County Deputy Sheriff I; AND Successful completion of: Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Training 11550 Health and Safety Training or the equivalent approved by the Sheriff's Department Administration Basic Traffic Collision Investigation Training PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Physically perform essential job functions typical of the duties of Deputy Sheriff; Read or see objects under ambient, limited or artificial lighting, and at a reasonable distance with sufficient clarity to permit their recording or accurate description (i.e., persons, vehicles, license numbers, addresses, street signs, items of property, written messages, printed material, etc.); Hear normal speech and other audible events, even in combination with other environmental noise (i.e., gunshots, cries for help, glass breaking, alarm bells ringing, etc.); and Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time; walk, run, jump, kneel, crouch, twist, stoop, squat, crawl and climb; carry the average weight of a person (approximately 165 pounds); take physical charge of a person who may resist arrest; work indoors and outdoors, including extreme heat and cold; tolerate extreme noise and vibrations; work in a confined working space; work with chemicals, explosive materials, and mechanical and electrical hazards. Note : No felony convictions. Must be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of a crime for which the punishment could have been imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary or State prison. Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 applicants for peace officer positions must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. The Deputy Sheriff I a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening: Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Supplemental Questionnaire - Qualifying : All applicants are required to complete and submit the questionnaire for this examination at the time of filing. The supplemental questionnaire is considered part of the application and may be used throughout the examination process to assist in determining each applicant's qualifications and acceptability for the position. ALL APPLICATIONS WITHOUT A COMPLETED SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. Physical Agility: A timed physical agility exam will be administered. The physical agility exam may include, but is not limited to, the following events: 500 yard run, 165 pound body drag, 99 yard agility obstacle course, six foot fence climb and six foot wall climb. Oral Examination: An oral examination will be administered during this recruitment. The oral panel consists of at least three panel members from the Sheriff's Department, community and/or local law enforcement. A minimum score of 70% must be obtained in order to continue in the process. Eligible Lists: Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. As part of the selection process, candidates will be expected to pass a(n): In-depth background investigation including completion and review of a Personal History Statement; Computer Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) or polygraph examination; Psychological examination; and Medical examination. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: TBD Physical Examination: TBD Oral Examination: TBD If you meet the requirements stated herein, you may compete in the selection process. Possession of the minimum qualifications does not assure your participation in the recruitment. Unsatisfactory results in any aspect of the foregoing, including background investigation findings, may result in removal from the eligible list and disqualification from further consideration in the recruitment/hiring process. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Various, California, United States
Aug 20, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity Are you a college student looking to gain valuable paid internship experience in your field of study? If so, apply now! A College Student Internship with Stanislaus County can offer a unique, hands-on experience that can complement classroom knowledge and serve as a foundation to launch a successful public service career. Participants can gain real work experience by being responsible for projects in their area of interest while positively impacting the community and residents of the County. THE POSITION With more than 558,000 residents, Stanislaus County is a bustling county rich in diversity and a strong sense of community. As one of the largest employers in the area, over 4,700 employees in more than 27 departments providing vital public services as diverse as law enforcement, property assessment, public health protection, water conservation, cultural activities and many more. College Student Interns assist professional and technical employees in the performance of their duties under close supervision. The College Student Internship is designed to provide on-the-job training and experience while participants obtain their degree. We will help you to gain experience in building employment skills and establishing a professional network while continuing your education. Student Interns can be used throughout the calendar year depending on the needs of the department. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks The College Student Intern's specific tasks vary depending on the Agency/Department to which they are assigned. Below are examples of the typical tasks you may be assigned, but is not to be considered all-inclusive: For positions with a clerical emphasis Operate office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail systems, and personal computers; Answer telephones, direct calls, and take messages; Communicate with customers, employees, and other individuals to answer questions, disseminate or explain information, take orders, and address complaints; Maintain and update filing, inventory, mailing, and database systems, either manually or using a computer; Compile, copy, sort, and file records of office activities, business transactions, and other activities; Review files, records, and other documents to obtain information to respond to requests; Open, sort, and route incoming mail, answer correspondence, and prepare outgoing mail; Compute, record, and proofread data and other information, such as records or reports; Complete work schedules, manage calendars, and arrange appointments; Type, format, proofread, and edit correspondence and other documents, from notes or dictating machines, using technology; Inventory and order materials, supplies, and services; Deliver messages and run errands; Collect, count, and disburse money, do basic bookkeeping, and complete banking transactions; Complete and mail bills, contracts, policies, invoices, or checks; Process and prepare documents, such as business or government forms and expense reports; Prepare meeting agendas, attend meetings, and record and transcribe minutes; Train other staff members to perform work activities, such as using computer applications; Count, weigh, measure, or organize materials; Make travel arrangements for office personnel; Troubleshoot problems involving office equipment, such as computer hardware and software; Greet customers and direct them to appropriate services and Perform other duties as assigned. For positions with community partner emphasis Meet regularly with designated population; Provide support and guidance based on life experience; Act as a liaison between designated population and public entities; Create, plan and carry out activities that provide information, encouragement and support; Demonstrate a commitment to quality customer service by interacting with customers in a friendly and helpful manner, referring questions to appropriate staff; Provide information and referrals regarding available services within the community; Search and compile data necessary for the preparation of various departmental reports; Participate in meetings and outreach events; Work closely with internal and external partners; Keep accurate records and input data into an automated computer system; Complete necessary paperwork timely and accurately; Deliver materials to appropriate locations; and Perform other duties as assigned. For positions with public information emphasis Participate in meetings, outreach events and give public presentations; Follow up on messages from residents or members of the media; Social media, digital communication and photography; Draft press releases and edit web site content; Copy editing and written report preparation; Participate in the development and implementation of marking and public relations plans; Assist in developing, maintaining and expanding marketing channels to stake holders; Assist with the preparation, set-up and take-down of public relations events; and Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) KNOWLEDGE English Language - Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar; Administrative - knowledge of administrative and office procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, designing forms and workplace terminology; and Customer and Personal Service - Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Communications and Media - Knowledge of social media platforms, communication, and dissemination techniques and methods. This includes alternative ways to inform and entertain via written, oral, and visual media. SKILLS/ABILITIES Information Ordering - The ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations); Problem Sensitivity - The ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong; Category Flexibility - The ability to generate or use different sets of rules for combining or grouping things in different ways; Deductive Reasoning - The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense; Inductive Reasoning - The ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions; and Selective Attention - The ability to concentrate on a task over a period of time without being distracted. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE To qualify, you must meet the following requirements: Currently be a junior or senior in college; AND one of the following Currently be enrolled in a four-year degree program; OR Be enrolled in the last semester of a two-year degree program; OR Be enrolled in a graduate program; OR Be enrolled in college level coursework and have special measurable technical skills. In addition to the above: Must have a letter of recommendation from an instructor at the educational institute in which you are currently enrolled; AND Must have a current cumulative GPA of at least 2.5. Applicants must provide the following at time of submitting application to be considered: Copy of full-time enrollment schedule; AND Letter of recommendation from instructor at the educational institute in which you are currently enrolled; AND Copy of last grade report with cumulative GPA. Application and Selection Procedures Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Stanislaus County has the right to discontinue accepting applications at any time without notice. Applicants whose qualifications best match the available work assignments may be contacted for an interview by a departmental representative. Applications are reviewed on an "as-needed" basis as departments needs arise. After six (6) months, the application is inactivated, but you may reapply to the program. If additional information is required or your application is accepted into the program you will receive an email. College Student Paid Interns are subject to student status verification bi-annually every August and February and are expected to participate in a competitive recruitment to continue employment with Stanislaus County once they are no longer eligible for a paid internship. Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA CA, California, United States
Aug 09, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Library is looking for individuals with excellent customer service, problem solving, and communication skills for the position of Library Assistant I/II. Candidates should be flexible and interested in being part of a team. The ideal candidate will provide high level customer service to a diverse community of Library users. Bilingual (Spanish/English) candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. To learn more about the Library, click here . The eligible list generated from this recruitment will be used to fill future extra-help, part-time, and full-time vacancies for the Library Department . LIBRARY MISSION STATEMENT Stanislaus County Library engages all members of the community and offers access to information, knowledge, and the tools for innovation and personal development. Create, learn, discover...with us! ABOUT THE POSITION Applicants fluent in English and Spanish language skills are highly encouraged to apply. Additional compensation of $.85 per hour will be paid to eligible certified bilingual employees. Library Assistants serve the public at each library. The incumbent may be required to work evening and weekend hours. All libraries in Stanislaus County are currently closed on Sundays. The work location could be any one of the thirteen branches within Stanislaus County (Ceres, Denair, Empire, Hughson, Keyes, Modesto, Newman, Oakdale, Patterson, Riverbank, Salida, Turlock, and Waterford). Library Assistants have varied responsibilities based on work assignment and location. They assist the public in the use of the they library, including obtaining library materials and accessing library resources. They support library operations in the areas of circulation and cataloging, process library materials and customer requests, maintain library collections, and prepare, support and implement library programs for children, teens and adults. Library Assistants may also supervise the operations of a branch library or a department within the library system. Library Assistant II is distinguished from Library Assistant I in that the former performs the work at the journey level and may have supervisory responsibility for library support staff. Library Assistants acting as leads in community libraries without librarians who are assigned supervisory responsibilities, including evaluations, shall receive five percent (5%) assignment pay when performing in such capacity. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classified position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. The probationary period does not apply to unclassified positions. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under "Disability Management." Typical Tasks Prepare and conduct story time programs; Provide assistance to customers by explaining and demonstrating the use of the online catalog, the library classification system, the periodical and reference collections, and other print or electronic databases; Provide assistance to customers on public computers and demonstrate the use of library applications on mobile devices; Advise and assist customers on the availability of library material at sites within the library system, and at other libraries; Explain library procedures and policies; Search local collection and sources in answering branch or system reference inquiries; Assist customers with requests and provide information relating to their special interests, and furnish specific information about books, authors, publishers, e-resources, and electronic databases; Issue and renew library cards, check in and check out library materials, and collect fines and other fees; Process library requests received from throughout the library system; Provide supervision over support staff in maintaining efficient work flow; Incumbent assigned to a lead position provide supervision over all branch staff, which may include other Library Assistants; and Complete performance evaluations of subordinate staff. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Establish and maintain record files; Use a computer effectively; Express oneself effectively both in writing and in public speaking; Mental acuity to perform the functions of this position in an accurate, timely fashion; Hear and understand speech at normal room levels and on the telephone; Manual dexterity necessary to perform the essential functions of the position; Observe system policies and procedures; and Make sound judgments and decisions under stress. KNOWLEDGE Library terminology; Library practices and techniques, including online cataloging and the Dewey Decimal System; Types and uses of library materials; Computers, electronic databases, and e-resources; and Basic statistical techniques. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE LIBRARY ASSISTANT I Two (2) years of experience in a public library; OR College education may be substituted for the experience outlined above, on a year-for-year basis. LIBRARY ASSISTANT II One (1) year of experience as a Library Assistant I or a comparable position in a public library; OR A combination of training and experience sufficient to gain the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities required for performing at the II level. Typically, this is acquired by one (1) year of experience at the Library Assistant I level. The County Librarian and the Chief Executive Office determine experience levels. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening may focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. The equivalent of one (1) year of full-time experience for the Stanislaus County Library. The Library Assistant I is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicant s are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months but may be extended up to eighteen months. APPLICATION DEADLINE: Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. This recruitment may close at any time with out notice. Apply By: Oral Examination: August 24, 2022 Week of September 5, 2022 November 23, 2022 Week of December 5, 2022 February 22, 2023 Week of March 6, 2023 GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous