Monterey County Human Resources

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56 job(s) at Monterey County Human Resources

Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 27, 2020
Full Time
Position Description The Department of Social Services is currently recruiting to fill a Program Manager II - Family and Children's Services position. This is an open recruitment and eligible department employees are encouraged to apply.  The attached job announcement is forwarded for widest dissemination.   Please follow this link to view the job announcement and apply:      https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2717830/program-manager-ii-family-and-childrens-services?keywords=program%20manager&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs   PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATION DEADLINE IS ON 3/9/20 @ 11:59 P.M. Pacific  Closing Date/Time: 3/9/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 25, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Exam #20/28A02/02JJ Final Filing Deadline: March 2, 2020   THE POSITION Appraiser I is the entry-level class within the Appraiser series. Employees in this class receive substantial training initially (both on-the-job and classroom), and perform routine field work. As knowledge and skills are gained, employees advance to more independent and responsible valuation of property for assessment purposes.  THE DEPARTMENT The Monterey County Assessor's Office determines the value of taxable property in the County and assesses it to the person owning, claiming, possessing or controlling the property. This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis.   Depending upon the knowledge, skills and abilities possessed by the successful candidate, appointment may be at the Appraiser Trainee or Appraiser I. Examples of Duties SIGNIFICANT DUTIES Performs the more routine duties involved with appraisals and assessments of real property. Assists in making economic and cost studies of real property; makes and verifies computations involved in cost estimating and appraising. Studies, measures, plots and describes construction characteristics of residential, commercial, and farm buildings; classifies them as to use, character of construction, and quality of construction. Answers taxpayers' questions about specific appraisals and the appraisal/assessment process. Prepares reports and forms on information acquired in the field to make determinations of tax assessments and to update assessment records and charts Assembles and analyzes sales and income data relating to real property; estimates construction costs and depreciation. Interviews owners, real estate agents, independent appraisers and others to obtain information, such as terms and conditions of sales, and other related data to determine values of real property and develop comparable sales information. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training. Minimum qualifications that must be met in order to qualify for a Temporary Appraiser's Certificate are listed below. OPTION I Education: Graduation from an accredited four-year institution of higher education; OR OPTION II Graduation from high school (or equivalent); and Four years of relevant experience within the last ten years in any of the following occupations :  1. An accountant, auditor, real property appraiser, building cost estimator, engineer, real estate loan agent, real estate loan underwriter, right-of-way agent, licensed building contractor, or 2. A real estate licensee, licensed by the California Department of Real Estate, engaged in buying, selling, leasing or managing real estate, or 3. An appraiser aide or appraiser trainee in an assessor's office or in the property taxes department of the Board, or 4. An employee other than an appraiser, appraiser aide, or appraiser trainee, of an assessor's office or of the property taxes department of the Board, except that such employment time shall be limited to qualifying for only 2/3 of the four-year experience requirement. The remaining 1/3 of time shall be accumulated by other relevant experience as described above or by education in an accredited institution of higher education; OR OPTION III Four years of relevant experience or any combination of relevant experience and education in an accredited institution of higher education totaling four years can be substituted for the educational requirement in Option I above. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS   Working knowledge of: Basic mathematical concepts Some knowledge of: Factors that enter into the valuation of property Skill and ability to: Interpret data and apply mathematical calculations to property appraisal; Draw sketches of improvements to scale; Read and interpret blueprints, sketches and property descriptions; Keep accurate and detailed records; Prepare clear and concise recommendations and reports; Operate a variety of office equipment such as a calculator and personal computer; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Provide excellent and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Additional Information REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT As a condition of employment, the following requirements apply:  1. Pursuant to Rules 282 and 283 of the State of California Board of Equalization Property Tax Rules, a Temporary Appraiser's Certificate will be issued only upon meeting the minimum qualifications listed under Option I, II or III as detailed in EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/ EDUCATION/ TRAINING above; and 2. Pursuant to Article 8, Section 670 of the Revenue and Taxation Code of the State of California, a Permanent Appraiser's Certificate issued by the State of California Board of Equalization is to be obtained within one year of appointment . Failure to obtain a Permanent California Appraiser's Certificate within one year of appointment will be cause for termination of employment ; and 3. Pursuant to Article 8, Section 671 of the Revenue and Taxation Code of the State of California, completion of at least 24 hours of training conducted or approved by the California State Board of Equalization is required in each one-year period. 4. Possession of a valid California class C driver license to drive a personal or County vehicle to transport self, others or equipment. 5. Prospective employees for the Assessor-County Clerk/Recorder will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. For complete position descriptions, please see the following link: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/28A02.pdf TO APPLY Both the County of Monterey Application and the answers to the Supplemental Questions must be submitted, on-line or received by the Human Resources Department, by 11:59 pm on Monday, March 2, 2020. Application materials may also be obtained from and submitted to the County of Monterey, Human Resources Department, 168 West Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA 93901. Resumes will be accepted in addition to, but not in lieu of, the required application materials. Postmarks and faxes will NOT be accepted. Early filing of application materials is encouraged. The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty 168 West Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 (831) 755-5115 NOTES: Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identify and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. Incumbents hired at the entry level classification of Appraiser I may be advanced to the Appraiser II level subject to meeting the promotional performance standards and level of proficiency required for Appraiser II and the approval of the appointing authority. Veterans and their widows/ers who within the past five years have served on active duty for 30 or more days in a 1) national or State military emergency or 2) military expedition for which a medal was authorized, may be eligible for Veterans' Preference Points. To apply, veterans must submit an "Application for Veterans' Preference" with their application materials by the final filing date. Equal Opportunity: Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602. Closing Date/Time: 3/2/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 25, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Exam #20/28A21/02JJ Final Filing Date: March 2, 2020 The Assessor's office has the responsibility to locate all taxable property in the County and to identify ownership, establish value, and apply all legal exemptions to the property. We are committed to establishing fair and accurate assessed property values and to providing excellent customer service to property owners and the public at large. Appraisers typically have a territory and are able to work independently, both in the office setting and in the field. Continuous learning affords the Appraiser the opportunity to advance through various residential, commercial, agricultural and other specialty areas.  Appraiser II  is the full working level class within the Appraiser series. Employees in this class perform appraisals of average difficulty on all types of residential, commercial, and agricultural properties. Appraiser II collects and analyzes data for appraisal and assessment of real property; and does other related work as required. This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. Examples of Duties Collects, analyzes, and tabulates data on sales, rentals, and costs of real and other property; correlates data from recent sales and inspection of properties to arrive at an opinion of value for improvements and land. Examines residential, commercial and farm properties for type and quality of  construction; classifies structures according to shape, size, type of construction and estimated costs; measures improvement and makes scale drawings. Records a complete description of buildings, including materials used, types and quality of fixtures, wiring, plumbing and air conditioning and miscellaneous structures as called for in the appraisal record. Uses appropriate cost  tables  to calculate cost less depreciation for improvements;  makes and verifies computations involved in cost estimating and appraising; may obtain cost information from financial records or audit reports. Makes physical inspection of rural and undeveloped land for information related to current use and estimated future development; collects various data; makes value judgment as to current market value and documents basis for judgment. Contacts Realtors, builders, lending agencies, planning offices and property owners to get information on factors affecting market value. Prepares and presents data and reports to the Assessment Appeals Board regarding tax assessment petitions. Attends training classes and assists in training other appraisers. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training.  One year of experience as an Appraiser I or in an appraisal class of comparable or higher level; AND Minimum qualifications to qualify for a Temporary Appraiser's  Certificate  ( as follows): OPTION I Graduation from an accredited four-year institution of higher education; or OPTION II Graduation from high school (or equivalent) and four years of relevant experience within the last ten years in any of the following occupations: An accountant, auditor, real property appraiser, building cost estimator, engineer, real estate loan agent, real estate loan underwriter, right-of-way agent, licensed building contractor, or A real estate licensee, licensed by the California Department of Real Estate, engaged in buying, selling, leasing or managing real estate, or An appraiser aide or appraiser trainee in an assessor's office or in the property taxes department of the Board, or An employee other than an appraiser, appraiser aide, or appraiser trainee, of an assessor's office or of the property taxes department of the Board, except that such employment time shall be limited to qualifying for only 2/3 of the four-year experience requirement. The remaining 1/3 of time shall be accumulated by other relevant experience as described above or by education in an accredited institution of higher education; or   OPTION III Four years of relevant experience or any combination of relevant experience and education in an accredited institution of higher education totaling four years can be substituted for the educational requirement in Option I above.    KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS   Working knowledge of: Methods of real property appraisal, practices and procedures; Factors affecting building and equipment depreciation and obsolescence; Laws, regulations and court decisions affecting the assessment of land, building, structures and personal property; Building construction, including materials, construction costs and quantities. Skill and ability to: Interpret data and apply mathematical calculations to property appraisal; Draw sketches of improvements to scale; Read and interpret blueprints, sketches and property descriptions; Keep accurate and detailed records; Prepare clear and concise recommendations and reports; Operate a variety of office equipment, such as a calculator and personal computer; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Provide excellent and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Additional Information As a condition of employment, the following requirements apply: Pursuant to Rules 282 and 283 of the State of California Board of Equalization property Tax Rules, a Temporary Appraiser's Certificate will be issued only upon meeting the minimum qualifications listed under Option I, II or III as detailed in EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/ EDUCATION/ TRAINING above; and Pursuant to Article 8, Section 670 of the Revenue and Taxation Code of the State of California, a Permanent Appraiser's Certificate issued by the State of California Board of Equalization is to be obtained within one year of appointment. Failure to obtain a  Permanent California Appraiser's Certificate within one year of appointment will  be cause for termination of employment; and Pursuant to Article 8, Section 671 of the Revenue and Taxation Code of the State of California, completion of at least 24 hours of training conducted or approved by the California State Board of Equalization is required in each one-year period. Possession of a valid California class C driver license to drive a personal or County vehicle to transport self, others or equipment. Prospective employees for the Assessor-County Clerk/Recorder will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. For complete position descriptions, please see the following link: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/28A21.pdf TO APPLY Both the County of Monterey Application and the answers to the Supplemental Questions must be submitted, on-line or received by the Human Resources Department, by 11:59 pm on March 2, 2020. Application materials may also be obtained from and submitted to the County of Monterey, Human Resources Department, 168 West Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA 93901.  Resumes will be accepted in addition to, but not in lieu of, the required application materials. Postmarks and faxes will NOT be accepted. Early filing of application materials is encouraged. The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made.   APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty 168 West Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 (831) 755-5115 NOTES: Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identify and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602. Closing Date/Time: 3/2/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 22, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Monterey County is an extraordinary place to work and live, having one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, along with vast agricultural industries that preserve a rural look and feel throughout the County. Our mild climate is considered ideal, while our school districts and medical facilities are on par with the best in the state.   The Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector is an elected officer of the County. Operating under statutes of the State of California, the Treasurer-Tax Collector performs a variety of functions which collectively contribute to the financial management network of the County, the County's school districts, and many of the County's special districts. The primary responsibilities of the Treasurer-Tax Collector include the billing, collection, reporting and accounting for all real and personal property taxes levied in the County, transient occupancy and cannabis business taxes levied in unincorporated county areas, and business license monitoring and collection; banking and investment of county, school and special district funds; and collection enforcement for Superior Court fines. The department of the Treasurer-Tax Collector consists of three divisions: Tax Collection, Treasury, and Revenue.   The Deputy Treasurer-Tax Collector (DTTC) is a division head management position reporting to the Assistant Treasurer-Tax Collector. Positions in this class are responsible for the planning, organizing, coordinating, evaluating and implementation of new processes and directing the Division's work activities.  The Treasurer-Tax Collector is currently seeking to fill two vacant DTTC positions, one in Tax Collection and one in the Revenue Division.   These positions exercise considerable discretion and independent judgment in the prioritization and coordination of division-related mandates, goals and objectives and in working with managers, other agencies, departments, and staff to coordinate and enhance services.  Examples of Duties Tax Collection Division:    The successful candidate will have the ability to manage the operations, planning, organizing, and supervision of the various functional areas and programs in the Tax Collection Division, including secured, unsecured, and delinquent property taxes, Transient Occupancy Taxes (TOT), cannabis business taxes, and issuance of business licenses.    Key components of this position include: Directing the billing, collection, reporting, and accounting of secured, unsecured, and delinquent property taxes, cannabis business taxes, and Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT), issuance of County Business Licenses, and evaluating the work of the division. Directing the seizure and sale, at public auction, by agreement, negotiation, purchase, or sealed bid, of personal property and tax defaulted real property. Interpreting the Revenue and Taxation Code, Government Code, Streets and Highways Code. Subdivision Code, Probate Code, and other State Laws and County ordinances, and analyzing County Counsel and Attorney General opinions and court decisions as they affect the work of the division.  Developing and maintaining investigation and collection procedures consistent with state and federal laws, departmental policy, and ensuring the correct application of procedures. Maintaining awareness of best practices, and significant developments in property tax collections, delinquent collections and accounting, and updating policies and procedures accordingly; maintaining current knowledge of and monitoring new or revised legislation for property tax laws and regulations and advising and reporting on program changes and future implementation requirements for compliance. Addressing complex tax issues, analyzing taxpayer and Assessor office records, working closely with the Assessor, Auditor, and Clerk of the Board, and serving as a resource on the Revenue and Taxation Code. Revenue Division:   The successful candidate will have the ability to oversee management of operations of numerous functions, including cashiering and customer services, departmental information technology staff, the County's centralized collections program, provision of professional collection services for court ordered fines and fees, victim restitution, and other obligations through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Superior Court of California - Monterey County.    Key components of this position include: Establishing collection priorities and setting standards for review of delinquent accounts. Assuring the Department's Court Collections Program (CCP) adheres to State mandated standards; developing and auditing accuracy of State mandated reporting requirements associated with the CCP. Maintaining relationships with the local Court and State Judicial Council Revenue Division. Responsible for the supervision and effectiveness of the department's information technology staff. Financial management of departmental internal contracts, including cost/benefit analysis. Overall responsibility for analysis of expense and revenue data/trends, compliance with budget requirements, and adherence to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Ensuring accuracy of the Court Collections Program (CCP) budget calculations per Penal Code 1463.007, as well as maximum collections and reimbursement for collections services. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities and required conditions of employment listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Completion of a Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, economics, business administration, public administration or related field; and   Two years of experience in a highly responsible and complex administrative or staff capacity analyzing and making recommendations for the solution of problems of an organization or program and creating policies and procedures in a property tax, debt collection or other like field.   and   Three years of progressively responsible experience performing detailed record keeping, complex analysis, preparation of statistical reports, and interpretation of legislation, codes, or statutes.   Additional Information   QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of:   Federal, State, and local laws, codes, regulations and policies governing divisional activities and assigned functions.  Principles and practices of organizational development, project management, work planning, staffing analysis, and records management. Personnel management principles and practices, including supervision, selection, training, coaching and performance management. Principles of effective oral and written communication. Computer and office technology, including software applicable to the division's activities and functions. Principles and practices of property tax and/or debt collection, public finance and budget administration, accounting, cash management, fiscal control and analysis. Principles of research, analysis, and report preparation. Public relations and customer service skills and techniques. Data mining techniques and programs.   Working knowledge of:   Fund accounting and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Social, political, and economic issues influencing program administration. State and federal law affecting fiscal operations, reporting, and resource management including regulations specific to public finance, tax collections, and/or court collections. Principles and practices of internal auditing and operations auditing. Current information technology as it relates to accounting operations, payment processing and management information systems.   Skill and Ability to:   Plan, organize, coordinate and direct complex divisional activities and programs. Exhibit strong organizational and administrative capabilities. Formulate and execute short and long-range strategic plans and process improvements. Analyze complex regulatory and administrative problems, evaluate alternatives, and adopt effective courses of action. Understand, interpret and apply legal codes, regulations and rules. Prepare and give presentations on financial and statistical reports. Present ideas and complex material clearly, concisely, logically, and persuasively both orally and in writing. Select, motivate and evaluate staff and provide for their training and professional development. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the department head, general public, staff, and other departments and agencies. Display a high degree of maturity, integrity, loyalty, accountability and professionalism. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public under stressful conditions. REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to: Possess a valid class C California driver license, or provide suitable transportation that is approved by the appointing authority by the time of appointment; and Submit to a background investigation to include fingerprinting and a credit check, and may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction.   TO APPLY APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-line! Our Website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Attn: Human Resources, Treasurer-Tax Collector 168 W. Alisal Street, 1st Floor, Salinas, CA 93901 Phone: (831) 759-6602  The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application packet will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to all the Supplemental Questions   Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered.   Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602.  Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call at (831) 759-6602.     Closing Date/Time: 4/3/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 21, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: February 20, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 20/60B01/02KK                                                  SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic Associate Clinical Social Workers (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC) candidates to work as part of care teams serving children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker I.   As a member of a psychiatric team, this position will assist and participate in interviewing clients and families, compile social case histories, participate in diagnostic and evaluative staff conferences, prepare reports, interpret and explain factors pertaining to mental illness, provide case management services and work collaboratively with a variety of community, county and state agencies.   The Behavioral Health Bureau is a progressive agency that serves children, youth, adults and their families with System of Care values of being community based, culturally relevant, client and family centered and using evidence based practices to support clients in the wellness and recovery of their mental illness.   Children's System of Care provides an array of clinical services from age's birth to 25 years of age and their families. Clinical teams include Early Childhood Services, Transition Age Youth, Post Hospitalization Support, as well clinical teams that partner with Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Probation.   Adult System of Care provides a wide range of comprehensive integrated care to adults with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use, primary care and other complex issues. Embracing the values and goals of wellness and recovery, the multi-disciplinary teams work together to provide the following types of services; i.e. psycho-social rehabilitation, strength-based case management, crisis intervention, supported employment, supported housing, substance use recovery, family support and community integration. Clinical teams include outpatient care coordination in Marina and Salinas; forensic services, and the mental health unit.   Access to Treatment provides an array of clinical services for all ages and their families. Clinical services include assessment, intervention, individual and group services. Linkage and referral to community resources and Children and Adult systems of care.   Crisis Team: The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients; which may include evaluation for involuntary holds (5150), outpatient treatment, and/or placement in another facility.   This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental or emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children, Psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality and human development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community Resources available to consumers for linkage.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatments to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted within established guidelines. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Demonstrate cultural humility Demonstrate a solid understanding of mental health disorders and treatment Demonstrate an understanding of substance use disorders and treatment Knowledge and application of DSM 5 Diagnosis Knowledge and application of mental health assessment Application of best-practice interventions, including evidence-based-practices Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Demonstrate ability to identify treatment needs and work collaboratively with other team members Ability to be flexible Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners Commitment to integrity, respect, innovation, health equity, and excellence Examples of Experience/Education/Training The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work and registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC).   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority. In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI) Comply with California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.   Pursuant to Section 5751.2 (a) of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Registration with the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at:                 https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906: Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 21, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: February 20, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 20/60B01T/02KK                                                     SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic candidates to work as part of a medical care team with children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker I - Trainee .   The Behavioral Health Bureau  is a progressive agency that serves children, youth, adults and their families with System of Care values of being community based, culturally relevant, client and family centered and using evidence based practices to support clients in the wellness and recovery of their mental illness. Children's System of Care  provides an array of clinical services from birth to 25 years of age and their families. Clinical teams include Early Childhood Services, Transitional Age Youth, Post Hospitalization Support, as well clinical teams that partner with Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Probation. Adult System of Care provides a wide range of comprehensive integrated care to adults with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use, primary care and other complex issues. Embracing the values and goals of wellness and recovery, the multi-disciplinary teams work together to provide the following types of services; i.e. psycho-social rehabilitation, strength-based case management, crisis intervention, supported employment, supported housing, substance use recovery, family support and community integration. Clinical teams include outpatient care coordination in Marina and Salinas; forensic services, and the mental health unit.   Access to Treatment provides an array of clinical services for all ages and their families. Clinical services include assessment, intervention, individual and group services. Linkage and referral to community resources and Children and Adult systems of care.   Crisis Team: The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients; which may include evaluation for involuntary holds (5150), outpatient treatment, and/or placement in another facility.   As a member of a psychiatric team, this position will assist and participate in interviewing clients and families, compile social case histories, participate in diagnostic and evaluative staff conferences, prepare reports, interpret and explain factors pertaining to mental illness, provide case management services and work collaboratively with a variety of community, county and state agencies.   Candidates appointed to the Psychiatric Social Worker I - Trainee level may be promoted to the Psychiatric Social Worker I level upon meeting the employment standards for the higher job class which includes receiving their Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) number, Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW) number, or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC) number issued by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners, within six months of hire.   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental or emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children, Psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality and human development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community Resources available to consumers for linkage.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatments to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted within established guidelines. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Demonstrate cultural humility Demonstrate a solid understanding of mental health disorders and treatment Demonstrate an understanding of substance use disorders and treatment Knowledge of DSM 5 Diagnosis Knowledge of mental health and substance use interventions Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Ability to be flexible Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners Commitment to integrity, respect, innovation, health equity, and excellence Examples of Experience/Education/Training The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession, or ability to obtain within four months, a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work Or Possession (or obtain within four months) a Master's Degree which qualifies for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners.   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at:                 https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906: Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 18, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                                                                                                           Application Filing Deadline:  March 6, 2020 Exam #:  20/41N23/ 02SP   The Monterey County, Information Technology Department (ITD) consists of five (5) operational Divisions: Administration; Applications; Service Delivery; Infrastructure; and Information Security. ITD resources are operated and maintained in a manner that supports high availability for utilization and minimizes the risk of business interruption. ITD's focus is on developing a sustainable, customer focused environment to enhance and improve the quality of technology services used by County departments for the benefit of all Monterey County residents, businesses, and visitors. The ITD, Infrastructure Division seeks motivated, team oriented candidates for the Network Systems Engineer I position to complete technical projects and perform network troubleshooting for the County's infrastructure of Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Network (WAN), and other related data network equipment. ITD's network team is tasked to build and support a secure, reliable, and scalable County network, and to offer a unified Internet Protocol (IP) foundation on which emerging applications can be based upon. The team is responsible for providing network services to approximately 85 sites, including County departments and public safety agencies. The team has standardized on Cisco equipment. A major network redesign and refresh is underway in order to build a next generation network utilizing state-of-the-art technologies such as Palo Alto Networks, Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure, Cisco iWAN, and Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). View recent ITD initiatives and accomplishments here . The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. Examples of Duties Paramount duties include: Installs, maintains and supports data, voice, and video network equipment, firewalls, and customer applications in a wired and wireless technical environment such as the County of Monterey Enterprise Local and Wide Area Networks. Troubleshoots software/hardware issues on firewalls, routers, switches, session border controllers, and VoIP controllers and gateways with manufacture TAC personnel; performs backup of device configurations; performs IOS, software, and firmware upgrades on network equipment. Performs site surveys to determine network requirements for small to medium size environments, produces network equipment and low voltage cabling requirements documents based on completed site surveys for wired and wireless networks;  reviews equipment quotes and scope of work documents needed to provide services requested by County customers. Monitors voice, data, and video performance and provides on-site support, to resolve problems according to established procedures; administers voice, data, and network management tools to monitor, and maintain County's network infrastructure. Documents voice, data, and video equipment configurations, operations, and security procedures for data networks internal use. Maintains an accurate inventory of spare hardware inventory, network equipment on Cisco Smartnet, and IP addresses inventory used by data networks exclusively. Documents system requirements for data, voice, and wireless network systems design, cabling (copper & fiber), configuration, integration and deployment to customer sites. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of:Data Communications, network design, configuration integration, QOS implementation and troubleshooting, edge/perimeter and application firewalls configuration and troubleshooting, including Palo Alto and Barracuda application firewalls; Switching and routing protocols such as TCP/IP BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, MPLS, DMVPN; Use of data packet analyzers and network troubleshooting utilities such as Wireshark, Trace Routes, PING (basic and extended) NBSTAT, ARP, IPERF; OSI Layers 1 through 4 and associated equipment such as Digital Transmission Systems, switching and routing equipment, circuit termination equipment, ASE, T1, and DS3; Wireless Technologies based on IEEE 802.11ac and 802.11b/g/n and broadband 2.8/ 5.8 GHz bands such as Cisco Wireless, Cisco Meraki and ubiquity Wireless Networks; Personal computers and applications servers in both bear metal and virtual environment running Windows Workstation and Server operating systems on Active Directory (AD) structure; Low voltage cabling design standards including workstation cabling and network closet design of both copper and fiber optic systems; Design and configuration of voice services such as Voice over IP (VoIP) telephone systems, voice messaging, and call center ACD, application; Public carrier infrastructure connections and interconnections for voice and data network services such as AT&T switched Eithernet (ASE), T-1, SIP trunking, ISDN and POTS services. Skill and Ability to: Effectively analyze, identify, and diagnose data networks related problems and take corrective measures or make recommendations that lead to problem resolution; Understand the functionality and mechanics of IPV4 sub-netting, route summarization and network protocols practical applications on a LAN/WAN environment; Assemble technical documentation of network site surveys, project plans, Visio network diagrams depicting network physical layouts, and wiring schemes; Learn and apply new technologies to County network infrastructure; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing with technical and non-technical audiences; Maintain strict confidentiality of data and information processed; Work independently at remote sites throughout Monterey County. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Completion of coursework leading to an associate's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Networking, or a closely related field and one (1) year of related experience; OR three (3) years of related experience. One (1) network professional certification such as CCNA, MCP or MCSE is desirable. Additional Information Conditions of employment include: Successfully complete a background check to include fingerprinting; Possess and maintain a valid California Class C driver license and satisfactory driving record; Work outside of normal business hours on occasion as needed, and on-call duty on a rotational basis as required. The physical and sensory requirements for this classification include: Strength to lift a 50-pound object, with or without assistance, and items weighing up to 150 pounds with assistance; Coordination and equilibrium sufficient to climb a ladder and maintain balance while pulling cable; Physical dexterity to lift, push, pull, or carry objects or equipment; Drive a County or personal vehicle to transport others or equipment.  Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "J" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing.   Notes: As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Information Technology Department, Human Resources Attn: Suzanne Paluck, Human Resources Analyst 1590 Moffett Street Salinas, CA 93905 Email:  palucksm@co.monterey.ca.us Phone: (831) 759-6984  |  Fax: (831) 422-3622 Our website:  https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-i-z/information-technology   The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application Responses to the supplemental questions Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the application filing deadline will not be considered.  Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6984. Closing Date/Time: 3/6/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 15, 2020
Full Time
Position Description   Application Filing Deadline:  March 2, 2020 Exam #:  20/60B21/02JL   Public Defender Psychiatric Social Worker II Monthly ($5,313 - $7,257)   The Office of the Public Defender provides legal representation to indigent persons charged with crimes in Monterey County, ranging from the simplest misdemeanor to complex capital cases. The guiding principle of the Office is that each client is entitled to the best legally attainable outcome. Our attorneys, investigators, and support staff take great pride in providing a consistently high level of service.   The Office of the Public Defender seeks a Psychiatric Social Worker II. The incumbent will perform duties and assume responsibility for case assignments under the specific direction, instruction and guidance of the defense attorney. This position requires the application of fundamental theories of psychosocial variables to assist in identifying the presence of physical or mental health impairments, substance abuse, family or other social history patterns that may impact behavior and development. The incumbent will also conduct assessments and compile psychosocial histories for submission to courts. The ability to read, speak, and write in Spanish is highly desirable, but not required. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis, Countywide. This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines.   Examples of Duties Conducts client advanced level psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, and clinical interventions for Public Defender clients identifying strengths, needs, and barriers to resources for Public Defender clients and their families. Performs initial diagnostic evaluation noting behavioral symptoms, which may indicate organic and/or mental disorders of Public Defender clients to gain psychosocial narratives and insights that highlight mitigating factors contributing to or resulting from criminal justice system involvement. Determines and develops appropriate clinical annual treatment and service plans for Public Defender clients. Refers and/or provides supportive counseling, crisis intervention, psycho education, and case management services for public defender clients throughout the pendency of legal issues. Participates in developing individual treatment plans utilizing a variety of psychotherapeutic, psychosocial and psycho educational modalities that meet the standards set by the Behavioral Health/State Quality Assurance Standard. Analyzes behavioral health and other records (school, medical, psychiatric) for collaboration with external forensic experts to conduct evaluations of Public Defender clients. Prepares written psychosocial assessments, treatment plans, and/or collections of social science research for submission to the courts; draft reports for court submission; prepare written mitigation and alternative disposition recommendations for court submission. Advocate for Public Defender clients across various court and legal settings, criminal and therapeutic courts, diversion courts and petitions, IST and Conservatorship hearings, and psychiatric courts. May assist in providing clinical supervision to unlicensed interns if the Psychiatric Social Worker has completed the BBS approved Supervisory Training course. Cultivate relationships with community partners and social service providers to increase access to services. Collects, coordinates and evaluates additional medical and psychosocial data such as annual treatment plans, behavioral patterns and family  relationships  of Public Defender  clients including the development and implementation of service plans, provide re-entry support to clients prior to and upon release se to their communities; arrange for medical l, social service or other treatment needs; and make referrals to community  resources. Analyzes factors which exert an adverse effect upon health problems, treatment, or recovery, or which may contribute to or are responsible for mental illness or affect the potential for rehabilitation. Maintain detailed records and case notes of Public Defender client interactions, progress, causes and challenge ges for continuity of care between holistic defense team members and providers. Manage assigned caseload; prepare narratives and reports, documents, and correspondence regarding client status, maintain case files, provide oral and written advocacy in criminal proceedings. Provides consultation and education services. Performs related duties as assigned.   To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Through Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental illness or severe emotional disturbance. Skill and Ability to: Provide services utilizing evidence-based practice skills. In conjunction with the client and attorney, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning and/or emotional distress of clients. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted with established guidelines. Provide consultation and mentor staff on best practices. Work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team. Desirable knowledge, skills, and abilities: Individual, group and family psychodynamic as they relate to adults or children. Psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality and human development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions Codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community resources available to consumers for linkage. Provide treatment to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools and other organizations. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Required Experience/Education/Training: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited School of Social Work and licensure as a Clinical Social Worker in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE). Additional Information Required Conditions of Employment: Possess a valid California C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. Pursuant to the California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5751.2 (a) possess Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker or Licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California issued by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI). Comply with California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the  "Unit K - Social Workers" Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.    Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Jovany Luna, Human Resources Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: LunaCorreaJ@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: (831) 755-5395     To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the application filing deadline will not be considered. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5395. Closing Date/Time: 3/2/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 07, 2020
Full Time
Position Description   Exam #: 20/39D31/02JL Application Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: March 22, 2020   The Office of the District Attorney is seeking to hire talented, ethical, public service minded attorneys motivated to seek justice, and promote public safety on behalf of the people of the County of Monterey and the State of California. The Office has headquarters at the Salinas Courthouse and a satellite office in Monterey. There are 53 Deputy District Attorneys. The Office is an approved MCLE provider and conducts regular in-house training.   The Office of the District Attorney is seeking to hire a Deputy District Attorney III or IV in both the Criminal and Civil Divisions. Deputy District Attorney IIIs and IVs manage a high volume of more difficult criminal and civil cases with minimal supervision. The positions in both Divisions require the ability to perform complex legal research, and to present complicated factual and legal issues clearly; both orally and in writing. The Criminal Division is subdivided into Felony Units, a Misdemeanor Prosecutions Unit and a Juvenile Unit. Some of the specialized positions in the Felony Unit include: Auto insurance fraud, child abuse, disability and healthcare insurance fraud, elder abuse, gangs, prison crime, sexual assault cases, and workers' compensation insurance fraud. The Civil Division handles all matters in consumer protection, environmental crimes, cannabis enforcement, real estate fraud, asset forfeiture, and weapon forfeiture. The ideal candidate for the Criminal Division is an experienced litigator with a significant number of prior jury trials, or major white-collar crime prosecutions including all forms of insurance fraud and who has prior service in a District Attorney's Office, Attorney General's Office, Public Defender's Office, or other criminal defense litigation firm. The criminal prosecutors work in the Salinas office. The ideal candidate for the Civil Division has extensive working knowledge and practical experience with California rules of civil procedure, law and motion, drafting of pleadings and discovery, including complaints, stipulated judgments, injunctions, and investigative subpoenas. Solid negotiation skills are a must. The ideal candidate will also have meaningful experience, whether in the public or private sector, handling cases under Business & Professions Code sections 17200 and 17500. The consumer and environmental protection prosecutors work in the Monterey office.  This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines.   The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. All application material must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Examples of Duties Prepares and prosecutes criminal and civil cases by presenting opening statements, interrogating and cross-examining witnesses, introducing evidence, making relevant objections, arguing points of law, and presenting closing arguments. Researches questions of law and evidence and applies statutory and decisional case law, along with such other legal treatises as may be required, in the preparation of cases for hearing in court. Attends other scheduled court hearings such as arraignments, pretrial hearings and motions, sentencing and probation revocations, and forfeiture proceedings Prepares legal briefs, motions, memorandums of points and authorities, documents and pleadings. Interviews victims, police officers and witnesses. Marshals, reviews and prepares evidence for presentation in court, mediation or other resolution proceedings Determines nature and extent of prosecutions and negotiates the appropriate disposition of criminal cases without going to trial. Organizes facts and legal arguments and marshals witnesses in preparation for trial and other court proceedings; determines nature of follow-up investigations needed for trial or settlement. Evaluates requests for the issuance of criminal or civil complaints; analyzes evidence presented for sufficiency and determines if additional evidence is required. Advises the general public and law enforcement personnel on criminal and other matters affecting the health and safety of consumers. May be assigned to train and/or serve as lead worker over less experienced attorneys. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications   QUALIFICATIONS: Pursuant to Section 6060 of the Business and Professionals Code, current, valid membership in the California State Bar is required by date of hire.   KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: In addition, a combination of experience, education and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   Working Knowledge of: The duties, responsibilities, powers and limitations of the Office of the District Attorney. The ethical standards that apply to prosecutors and attorneys. The methods of legal research and writing. The rules of evidence.   Thorough Knowledge of: The principals of criminal and civil law, criminal procedure, and trial practice. Statutory, constitutional and decisional criminal laws of the State of California.   Skills and Abilities to: Use a computer. Gather and evaluate complex data and draw logical conclusions; evaluate facts and formulate an effective course of action. Read, interpret and apply the principles contained in statutes, published court decisions and other relevant legal precedent. Orally communicate complex information and concepts to persons of divergent socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds; present persuasive arguments as an advocate in a clear and reasoned manner; and interrogate and cross examine witnesses in a courtroom. Write clearly and concisely. Organize large quantities of complex material in a logical manner for presentation in court. Effectively and logically present evidence in complicated criminal proceedings. Recognize and evaluate approaches to situations of a potentially sensitive nature. Establish and maintain cooperative work relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Independently manage increasingly difficult cases under general supervision. Think creatively; develop new methods, procedures or approaches to achieve desired results. Train and review the work of less experienced staff. Additional Information The required conditions of employment include but are not limited to: Successfully complete a thorough background investigation which will include a record of any criminal convictions. Respond to law enforcement requests for assistance when on-duty. Independently manage a heavy caseload, occasionally requiring extra hours of work. Rotate between the Salinas and Monterey courthouses. BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "Unit E - Deputy District Attorneys" Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website or click HERE . This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract.   NOTES: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURES   Apply On-Line! Our website: www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Jovany Luna, Human Resources Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: LunaCorreaJ@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: 831-755-5395   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre- examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions Resume All application materials must be received by the priority screen date of March 22, 2020, for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5395. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 07, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: Monday, February 24, 2020 Exam #: 20/12E04/02KR     Monterey County Health Department is seeking an experienced administrator to fill a vacancy for the position of  Bureau Chief  in the Emergency Medical Services Bureau. The  Bureau Chief  will provide leadership and oversight to the Bureau in planning, directing, and evaluating community EMS programs. This position works under general direction of the Director of Health. The Emergency Medical Services Bureau mission is to foster the most effective and rational system for provision of medical care to pre-hospital emergency patients throughout Monterey County. The Bureau plans, coordinates and evaluates emergency medical services to ensure that emergency medical care is available and consistent at the emergency scene, during transport and in the emergency room. The EMS system incorporates over 100 participating agencies including fire departments, law enforcement agencies, ambulance companies, hospitals, the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association.   The full job announcement can be found by clicking below: Emergency Medical Services Bureau  If you are interested in being considered for this position, please refer to the application process as outlined in the brochure(s). If you have any questions, please call 831-755-4541 or e-mail robertskb@co.monterey.ca.us. Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-Line! Our website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty/default.cfm Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division 1270 Natividad Road Salinas, CA 93906   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions   For a guaranteed review, all application materials must be received by the priority screen date of February 24, 2020. Applications received after this priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4515.   SPECIAL NOTE: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at (831) 755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed above. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 07, 2020
Temporary
Position Description Priority Screening: Wednesday, February 12, 2020 Final Filing Date:  Friday, March 6, 2020 The Monterey County Elections Department has an immediate need for several Couriers on a temporary basis.  Assignments in this classification are temporary part-time assignments, plus overtime as needed, normally during election season.  The Elections Department's mission is to conduct all Monterey County elections in a fair, accurate, accessible, secure, transparent and efficient manner; to educate and encourage the public to participate in the voting process; and to maintain accurate voter registration and election records. Position Description: Under supervision, performs delivery and messenger duties; routine clerical work; maintenance duties; maintains warehouse and inventory; and does other duties as assigned.  Individuals in this classification must work diplomatically and professionally with a diverse population of voters, government officials, and office staff in a demanding environment.   Examples of Duties Significant Duties Picks up and delivers critical election items, interoffice messages, supplies, materials, and goods, weighing up to 50 lbs on an established daily route, or as directed, on foot and in County or rented vehicles while maintaining chain of custody documentation Prepares packages for delivery or shipment by mail or courier Loads and unloads own vehicle; may operate a hand truck May store and arrange election items, supplies, materials, goods, parts and equipment in warehouse; maintains warehouse in clean condition; assists in inventory and preparing records Process, sort, and file election mail, supplies, materials in accordance with local, state, and federal laws Performs various routine clerical tasks such as: computing figures, maintaining files; preparing records and reports and operating simple office appliances Under supervision, may assist in the operation of the "Vote by mail" processing system Successful candidates will possess a Working Knowledge of: California Motor Vehicle code; safe driving practices; vehicle operation; geographic area in delivery route Proper lifting techniques Successful candidates will also have the Skill and Ability to: Sort mail quickly and accurately; coordinate delivery on a tight schedule Exercise discretion and judgment in caring for materials transported Drive delivery vehicles; operate a hand truck; lift and move heavy objects weighing 50 pounds on a regular basis Maintain accurate records Understand and follow oral and written directions Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others contacted in the course of the work Learn and perform routine clerical work Provide excellent customer service for internal and external customers Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training, typically: One year of work experience driving a motor vehicle, delivering supplies and/or warehouse duties  Additional Information Conditions of Employment: License: Possess a valid California Class C Driver's License and satisfactory/clean driving record Successfully pass a background check Physical and sensory requirements : Incumbents may be required to lift and carry boxes weighing up to 50 lbs, with or without assistance Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If  you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and  you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website:  http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Jennifer Datan, Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: DatanJ@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone:(831) 759-6990   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written  examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include:   A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions For an immediate review, application materials must be received no later than the  priority  screening date of  February 12, 2020 . Application materials received after this date but prior to the  final filing date of March 6, 2020 will be reviewed to establish an eligible list which will be utilized on an as-needed basis. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All  required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6990. Closing Date/Time: 3/6/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                               Open until filled Priority Screen Date: 2/28/2020 Exam #:  20/41F23/01AR   All application material must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled.   POSITION DESCRIPTION: Under general direction to supervise, plan and direct the day to day activities of a team of professional Planners in the Resource Management Agency. This class is the first line supervisor responsible for an assigned team of Planners. The class of Supervising Planner is distinguished from the next higher class of RMA Services Manager in that the latter directs, manages and supervises training and performance targets for an assigned functional team of professional, technical staff. Supervising Planner is distinguished from the next lower class of Senior Planner in that the latter works as a lead worker within an assigned team. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE: Critically important qualifications for this position will be: integrity; flexibility and adaptability.  The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to balance good planning techniques with practical planning and meeting deadlines.  RMA-Planning is the lead county agency for environmental review.  This Supervising Planner position will be assigned to current planning to help manage preparation of environmental documents, mitigation monitoring and reporting/condition compliance, and general project management.  Project management in this capacity includes coordinating the work of others in the preparation of major planning projects and studies; analyze, evaluate and draw logical conclusions from data; interpret, explain and apply complex planning laws, ordinances, codes and regulations; communicate orally and in writing in an effective manner to profession colleagues, subordinate staff, boards and commissions and the public; gain cooperation and consensus through discussion and persuasion; resolve conflicts and establish and maintain effective cooperative working relations. In addition, the ideal candidate will exemplify an enthusiastic, resourceful and effective customer service attitude while promoting Monterey County Values.   The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. Examples of Duties Paramount duties include : Performs and/or oversees a variety of the most complex tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility which may include preparing correspondence and technical reports, land use planning and environmental review including determination of compliance with Local, State, and Federal laws, regulations and policies; directs, assigns and reviews the work of a team of subordinate staff on various planning projects; recommends alternative land use planning and strategies and courses of implementing action; makes and directs staff in the preparation and delivery of oral presentations to political bodies, boards and commissions and public groups; evaluates, documents, and performs routine counseling and initial corrective action as required. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of:  A combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities; Thorough knowledge of the English language, punctuation, grammar and spelling; principles, practices and trends of public planning or the specialty area to which assigned; statistical research methods as applied to the collection and tabulation of data affecting public planning; laws, ordinances and regulations governing planning in California; purposes and policies, procedures and regulations of a County planning department and zoning administrations; and the principles and techniques of gathering and analyzing data.  Some knowledge of basic statistical methods and procedures used in planning studies and techniques or public presentation; techniques and processes involved in the preparation and implementation of long and current range plans and amendments. Working knowledge of graphics techniques, computer methods and quantitative methods, as applied to land use planning. Skill and Ability to: Collect, analyze, compile, organize, compile, and present technical statistical and related information pertaining to planning and zoning research; interpret, apply and explain laws, rules, regulations and ordinances; prepare concise written and oral reports; participate in planning presentations before official bodies; provide services to the public in a courteous and effective manner; participate cooperatively and effectively as a contributing team member; prepare rough charts, maps and other graphic illustrations; apply laws and ordinances and conduct field investigations may be required for certain positions; produce acceptable work commensurate with the level of appointment in an acceptable timeframe; learn to input, retrieve and analyze data using a computer; organize and present planning research studies; develop and maintain effective working relationships with the general public, officials and personnel from other agencies; communicate effectively in writing to professional colleagues, subordinate staff, and the public; speak effectively before large groups, boards and commissions; gain cooperation and consensus through discussion and persuasion and resolve conflicts and establish and maintain effective cooperative working relationships. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Experience:  Three (3) years of performing the duties of a professional land use planner in a lead worker capacity.AND Education:  Successful completion of course work leading to a bachelor's degree in planning, architecture or a closely related field, in which planning courses were included as part of the curriculum. Highly Desirable:  Certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners and possess of AICP certification. Additional Information Required conditions of employment include: As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License at the time of appointment, and possess and maintain a good driving record; be available to work irregular hours as necessary for emergencies and other critical issues/situations; be physically able to inspect and direct work on application sites, which may include climbing stairs or ladders, and walking on uneven surfaces over rough terrain.   Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "F" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing. Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Amy Rodriguez, Human Resources Analyst 1441 Schilling Place Salinas, CA 93901 Email: rodrigueze3@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: (831) 755-5373    The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application Responses to the supplemental questions  All application materials must be received by the priority screen date (Friday, February 28, 2020) for a guaranteed review. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5373.   Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Feb 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Vacancies at multiple locations:  Salinas and northern San Luis Obispo County The Monterey County Water Resources Agency (MCWRA) manages, protects, stores and conserves water resources in Monterey County for beneficial and environmental use, while minimizing damage from flooding to create a safe and sustainable water supply for present and future generations.     The Monterey County Water Resources Agency (MCWRA) is seeking a qualified candidates to  fill Water Maintenance Worker I vacancies. This is the entry-level classification in the Water Maintenance career series. Incumbents perform labor-intensive unskilled and semi-skilled work is an ongoing assignment. In addition, incumbents in this class gain training in skills that will allow them to promote to the journey-level class under flexible staffing. Positions in this class are distinguished from all other maintenance-type classifications in that the work is performed on flood control and water conservation structures and facilities and grounds.   MCWRA has two main reporting locations for this position: one in a rural area of northern San Luis Obispo County near Paso Robles and the other is in Salinas.  Work tasks involve driving to remote sites and facilities throughout the area. Eligible lists for these classifications will be used to fill current and future vacancies on both permanent and temporary basis as needs arise at various locations within Monterey County Water Resources Agency.  This is part of a flexible staffing series.  Once appointed, incumbents may be flexibly promoted throughout the series without further competitive process.   Examples of Duties Significant Duties Assists personnel, who are skilled in electrical, plumbing, sandblasting, painting, welding, carpentry, cement finishing and equipment operation, in the maintenance of pumps, valves, dam structures, gates, drainage structures, guardrails, retaining walls, pipes, elbows, levees, fences, etc. Performs unskilled and semi-skilled work, such as clearing drainage ditches and removing debris. Stores, mixes and applies herbicides. Operates a variety of small hand and power tools such as chainsaws, jackhammers, shovels, picks and hoes in performing semi-skilled and unskilled tasks. Knowledge of Methods, procedures, materials and tools used in water maintenance work and repair of Water Resources Agency facilities. Basic construction safety practices and CAL-OSHA standards as they relate to this position. Basic math sufficient to keep time cards, equipment and service records. . The California Vehicle Code with respect to the operation of assigned equipment on highways. Skill and Ability to Perform heavy physical and manual labor. Perform basic mathematical calculations, i.e. add, subtract, multiply, divide. Skillfully and safely operate small hand and power tools. Assist personnel, who are engaged in electrical, plumbing, sandblasting, painting, welding, carpentry, cement finishing and equipment operation, and in the maintenance of pumps, other structures, and equipment. Read and write English at a level sufficient to follow oral and written instructions, and to complete basic time, equipment and service records.   Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities and required conditions of employment listed are qualifying.  Typical ways to acquire the knowledge and skills listed above are: Possess at time of hire and maintain a valid California Class C driver's license. Some positions may be required to obtain a valid California Class A driver's license within one year of appointment. Be available to work evenings, weekends and holidays during times of emergency and/or disaster conditions. Incumbents are required to report for duty within 30 minutes of notification of call to emergency/disaster duty. Work under adverse conditions such as inclement weather, dust or silica dust, heat or steam, wind, or environments subject to sudden changes and/or extremes in air temperature, pressure or humidity, work outdoors, on uneven and/or slippery and/or wet ground surfaces, at elevations above ground level, in confined or extremely small work spaces, come into contact with water, petroleum products, lubricants, cleaning solutions or solvents, toxic fumes, liquids or gases, allergens, chemical products requiring MSDS sheets, plant, animal or food material or waste, around moving machinery, vehicles, equipment, hand and/or power tools, electricity, vibration, and in extremely noisy environments. Wear and use safety clothing and equipment as required, i.e. safety glasses, gloves, etc. Demonstrate the ability to swim safety for approximately 50 yards in order to safely work on and around large bodies of water, i.e. rivers, lakes, dam. Additional Information Sit for approximately three (3) hours per day/shift (including driving time). Walk approximately five (5) hours per day/shift . Personally lift items weighing up to sixty (60) pounds. See well enough to function a typical office environment. Hear and speak sufficient to function in a typical office environment. Drive a personal vehicle to transport oneself during work hours. Please refer to the class specification for additional physical and sensory requirements: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/74J01.pdf Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.     Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Ginger Ramirez, Associate Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: ramirezgb@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone:(831) 759-6723   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions For a guaranteed review, application materials must be received no later than Friday, February 28, 2020. Application materials received after this date will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.    Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6723.   Closing Date/Time: 2/28/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 30, 2020
Full Time
Position Description The Department of Social Services is currently recruiting to fill a Public Health Nurse II position.  This is a continuous recruitment and will be open until filled.    Please follow the link to view the job announcement:   Public Health Nurse II: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2680386/public-health-nurse-ii?keywords=public%20health&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs   Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 22, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Exam #: 20/30N40/ 01CH Priority Screening: 02/03/2020 Agricultural Assistant I $15.65 ~ 21.40 hourly The Agricultural Commissioner's Office is seeking to fill several temporary seasonal vacancies for Agricultural Assistant I. Depending on the specific assignment, incumbents perform routine duties in support of produce inspection, trapping, seed production inspection, nursery inspection and other established inspection/detection programs, assists farm advisors with field, greenhouse and laboratory experiments, conducts weed control and eradication activities and maintains equipment and facilities. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a temporary basis.   Examples of Duties The duties listed below are illustrative only and are not meant to be an exhaustive listing of all the duties and responsibilities of Agricultural Assistant I positions. Assists in the inspection and survey of agricultural and other properties to determine the existence of pest and disease infestation or damage; reports on conditions found. Controls infestations of weeds, rodents, birds and other agricultural pests by spraying or applying pesticides, by either manual methods or setting traps. Mixes and applies pesticides according to label directions, use regulations and established formulas and procedures. Inspects agricultural crops at various growth stages for evidence of pests or disease, or fruit and vegetable standardization requirements. Operate hand tools; agricultural field equipment including field planters, fertilizer applicators, tractors and various cultivation equipment Monitors insect traps to identify and detect pests; refers suspect samples to experienced staff for confirmation; submits specimens to state laboratories as needed for official confirmation. Inspects fields, greenhouses and other production areas to ensure pest-free production and operations. Conducts weed surveys, control and eradication activities, including the application of herbicides. Inspects incoming plant shipments for presence of pests and reviews documentation to confirm compliance with quarantine regulations. Assists Agricultural Inspector/Biologists in conducting various inspections. Assists Weights/Measures Inspectors with various inspections and undercover test purchases. Visit the Monterey County Website to view the complete job descriptions: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/specifications.asp Examples of Experience/Education/Training The ideal candidate will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   Some Knowledge of:   The methods of planting, maintaining, and harvesting of agricultural commodities; basic agricultural tools, equipment, and their use and care; care for various farm animals; use of pesticides and other chemicals. Skill and Ability to:   Maintain accurate records of activities related to assigned tasks. Work well with supervisor, coworkers, customers, homeowners and the public. Identify the presence of noxious weeds and other pests.   PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS    The physical and sensory abilities required for this classification include: The ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 lbs.; sit and work at a computer terminal for approximately 2 hours per day; and walk approximately 5 hours per day. Performs tasks outdoors or work on uneven ground or floor surfaces, in adverse weather conditions, in environments subject to sudden changes and/or extremes in air temperature, pressure, or humidity. Uses safety equipment and drives a County vehicle. Performs tasks requiring physical effort such as lifting, pushing, bending, stretching, repetitive arm or leg motion, unusually light or firm gripping, and coordinated skillful hand/arm movements. Ability to detect odors and aromas, project a voice that can be heard over loud noises, and be conscious of or perceive objects through touching. May come in contact with water, with a variety of toxic elements or irritants, chemical materials requiring OSHA Material Safety Data Sheets, allergens, dust, toxic fumes, liquids or gases, petroleum products, infectious organisms, plant, animal or food material or waste, vibration, moving objects, heat, fire, steam, non-ionizing radiation, explosions/implosions, electricity and hand/power tools. Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES The required application materials are as follows: The Monterey County Employment Application Form  and  Response to the Supplemental Questions.   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to:  Monterey County, Agricultural Commissioner's Office Attention: Jennifer Garcia 1428 Abbott Street Salinas, CA 93901 Phone: (831) 759-7378 OR Apply on-line at: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   All application materials must be received by the priority screening date of February 3, 2020 . Applications received after this date will be considered on an as-needed basis. Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered.   Resume, cover letters, letters of interest, or other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for the required application materials. Failure to provide a complete response, leaving a response blank, or responding "see resume" will eliminate you from further consideration. Your detailed response to the supplemental questions is an integral part of the selection process. The required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants who are determined to be most highly qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, this process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination. The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if any changes are made.  Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity.  Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled.  If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Human Resources at (831) 759-7321. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 17, 2020
Full Time
Position Description PRIORITY SCREENING: FEBRUARY 03, 2020                   FINAL FILING DATE: March 1, 2020  Exam#: 20/30G21/01CH   Positions in this class perform a variety of inspections and tests of commercial weighing and measuring devices, packaged goods and commodity containers for conformance to state laws and regulations. Level I is the entry level and under close supervision receives training and performs limited inspections and tests. Level II is the full working level and under general supervision performs a wide variety of inspections and tests. Appointment may be made at either level based on the information supplied in the application package. This is a flexibly staffed series - incumbents appointed at the lower level may be promoted up to the highest level of the class without further competition subject to meeting the employment standards and licensing requirements for this class.   The Eligible List established may be used to fill current vacancies on a regular full-time or part-time basis. Examples of Duties SIGNIFICANT DUTIES Assists with inspections and tests of various types of scales and measuring devices for accuracy Assists with inspections and tests of packaged goods for proper quantity and inspects labeling and sales methods Creates, maintains and stores records of work performed For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at:  https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications Examples of Experience/Education/Training MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS License/Certification or Education: Pursuant to the California Code of Regulations, Title 3, Agriculture Section 108, Article 1, the following education or licensure is required: Level I - 1.     Possession of one or more valid statewide entrance or specific category licenses as a County Weights and Measures Inspector or County Agricultural Inspector/Biologist; OR 2.     Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year university or college with specialization in one or more of the qualifying disciplines listed below; OR     3.     Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year university or college in any discipline with a minimum of 30 semester units, or equivalent, in one or any combination of the qualifying disciplines listed below. (Qualifying disciplines: Chemical Science, Commerce, Engineering, Law Enforcement, Marketing, Mathematics, Physical Science, Physics, and/or Statistics.) 4.     Provided the candidate possesses a minimum of 30 semester units, or equivalent, in one of the qualifying disciplines listed, experience in one or more of the following may be substituted for up to two years of college on a year-for-year basis: Enforcement of weights and measures or agricultural laws, The inspection, maintenance, repair or installation of weighing or measuring instruments or equipment, Consumer protection or resolution of consumer complaints in a public or private consumer affairs agency, Law enforcement or investigation work in a federal, state or local jurisdiction, or • Responsible quality or quantity control work in the production of consumer commodities. This experience must have been at a level comparable to that of a county weights and measure inspector or agricultural inspector/biologist. Level II - One year of experience in weights and measures inspection and enforcement work and must possess two licenses designated by the County Agricultural Commissioner and issued by the California Department of Food and Agriculture. Both Levels- Possession of a California Class C Driver's License is required. Some Knowledge of :  Level I -Laws, regulations and functions relating to weights and measures inspection programs; the operation of weighing and measuring devices and standards; personal computer usage; software such as Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint; and internet research methods. Working Knowledge of :  Level I - Basic mathematical concepts. Level II -Laws, regulations and functions relating to weights and measures inspection programs; the operation of weighing and measuring devices and standards; basic mathematical concepts; personal computer usage; software such as Word, Excel, Outlook PowerPoint; and internet research methods.    Skill and Ability to: Both Levels - Learn, interpret, and enforce provisions of laws and regulations relating to weights and measures; provide excellent and courteous customer service; establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; collect and organize information; prepare clear and concise reports, records of inspections, correspondence and administrative hearing materials; perform moderately heavy physical labor requiring dexterity and mechanical aptitude; learn to/operate and care for various types of test equipment; observe safe work practices and procedures; learn to/identify, correct and/or report occupational hazards; operate personal computer and software; learn/adhere to related Federal, state and local safety laws, regulations and ordinances; and learn to/testify in administrative hearings and civil/criminal court proceedings. Additional Information CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Level I - Obtain either the Weight Verification or Measurement Verification license within one year or two testing periods from the date of the appointment, and one other license from the Weights and Measures series within two years from date of employment.  Failure or inability to obtain licenses is cause for termination. Level II - Possess two Weights and Measures licenses and obtain the remaining license within two testing periods or one year of appointment to this level. Both Levels - be available to work weekends, holidays, and evenings when assigned; obtain and maintain valid California class B Driver's License within 12 months from date of employment; submit to random drug and alcohol testing as required by the Department of Transportation; obtain safety certifications as necessary; and pass a pre-employment physical examination.    PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS Sit, stand, or walk for approximately 4 hours per day; work at a computer terminal approximately 1.5 hours per day; lift and carry items weighing up to 50 lbs; see, hear, speak and possess physical dexterity to function in a typical office environment.  Perform tasks outdoors, on uneven ground, on slippery surfaces, in noisy environments, at elevations above ground level, in adverse weather conditions, and using safety equipment. Physical effort such as lifting or pushing, bending or stretching, repetitive arm or hand wrist or foot motion, unusually light or firm gripping, coordinated skillful movements of fingers or arms, drive a specially equipped County vehicle, and/or drive a personal vehicle to transport others or equipment. Perform tasks requiring the ability to detect odors and aromas and project a voice that can be heard over loud noises. May come in contact with petroleum products, a variety of toxic elements or irritants, dust or silica dust, allergens, chemical materials requiring OSHA Material Safety Data Sheets, plant/animal or food material or waste, vibration, moving objects, non-ionizing radiation, electricity, and hand or power tools. REQUIRED MATERIALS AND SELECTION PROCEDURES The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive process includes submittal of required application materials:  A completed Monterey County Application, responses to Supplemental Questions, a transcript or copy of diploma, and, if applicable, a copy of license(s) issued by CDFA.   Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered for this position. Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process.  To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance examination, and/or written examination.   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to:    Monterey County Agricultural Commissioner's Office Attn: Jennifer Garcia, Personnel Technician-Confidential 1428 Abbott Street Salinas, CA  93901 Telephone: (831) 759-7378   Or   Apply Online:   https:// www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS The County of Monterey offers a premium benefits package (J Bargaining Unit) including annual and holiday leave, as well as health, dental, vision, and life insurance.  Exact benefits are listed in the Personnel Policies & Practices Resolution or J unit MOU, and prevail.  For a complete list of benefits: www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel . SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation,please call the Personnel Division. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will  not  be eligible for the benefits listed on this flyer. Veterans and their widows/ers who within the past five years have served on active duty for 30 or more days in a 1) national or State military emergency or 2) military expedition for which a medal was authorized, may be eligible for Veterans' Preference Points.  To apply, veterans must submit an "Application for Veterans' Preference" with their application materials by the final filing date.   Closing Date/Time: 3/1/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 11, 2020
Contractor
Position Description The Monterey County Health Department is recruiting for Contract Physicians in its Clinic Services and Behavioral Health Bureaus.  The Monterey County Health Department's mission is to enhance, protect and improve the health and well-being of individuals in Monterey County. The Department provides a wide variety of health services to the health safety net population in the County to ensure that every resident has access to quality, evidence-based health services regardless of ability to pay.   Monterey County Clinic Services :   Monterey County Clinic Services Bureau operates nine clinics located in Salinas, Seaside, and Marina.  We provide primary and specialty care to all ages, including pregnant women, children and adults.  Monterey County Clinic Services is recruiting board certified/board eligible primary care physicians for outpatient care, especially those specializing in Family Medicine, Pediatrics, and Internal Medicine.  Our ideal candidate is committed to quality health care and social equity by addressing the mental and physical health needs of everyone, including the traditionally underserved populations. Our physicians practice medicine in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, medical assistants, registered nurses, case managers, social workers, psychiatrists, OB/GYN providers, and a variety of specialists.  Opportunities to teach Family Medicine residents and medical students may be a part of this position, if desired. You must hold or be eligible for California Medical Licensure. Fluency in Spanish is a plus. Full or part-time candidates will be considered.   For positions in Clinic Services, please email your Curriculum Vitae to Caroline Kennedy, MD.  kennedyci@co.monterey.ca.us     Monterey County Behavioral Health   Four Adult Psychiatric Opportunities:  Inpatient Hospitalist, Outpatient Specialist, Forensic Psychiatrist, & Outpatient Addiction Psychiatrist  The Monterey County Health Department's mission is to enhance, protect and improve the health and well-being of individuals in Monterey County.  The Department provides a wide variety of health services to the health safety net population in the County to ensure that every resident has access to quality, evidence-based health services regardless of ability to pay.  The Behavioral Health Bureau is responsible for managing behavioral health access to a continuum of services ranging from community outpatient to intensive inpatient levels of care for children, adolescents and adults with moderate to serious mental illness.   The Behavioral Health Bureau uses an innovative and collaborative community approach to provide evidence improve access, provide evidence-based treatments, and reduce health disparities for residents.     Inpatient Specialist:   A full time inpatient psychiatric attending position is available on our adult psychiatric unit at Natividad Hospital.    Psychiatrist are responsible for admission, discharges, and ongoing treatment for patients admitted to the hospital.  Reasonable caseloads allow for ample time with patients and connecting with unit staff.  Daily multi-disciplinary rounds, teaching of residents and medical students, peer supervision, and monthly administrative staff meetings are an integral component of this position.  Consultation to medical floors and ED can be incorporated into duties. Weekend call optional and is for additional pay. Click Here to See Inpatient Specialist Brochure   Outpatient Specialist:   Positions are available in our outpatient clinics at a variety of County locations.   Psychiatrists are responsible for assessments and treatment of patients.  Psychiatrists work as part of a multi-disciplinary outpatient teams that focuses long term on stabilization, recovery, and whole person health.  Psychiatrists enjoy manageable caseloads with ample time for follow up patient care.   All psychiatrists have support from both case managers and medical assistants.  Weekly clinical team meetings, peer supervision, and administrative support are part of our team approach. Click Here to See Outpatient Specialist Brochure   Forensic Psychiatrist:   The Behavioral Health Bureau seeks a forensic psychiatrist to help lead and develop programming focused on serving our patients involved in our forensic programs.  The position entails time for program development, supervising other psychiatrist in the treatment and management of high-risk cases, working closely with our forensic services team, and providing direct service to patients.  The forensic psychiatrist will work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary mental health team made up of psychiatrists, advance practice mental health providers, nurses, case managers and social workers.  The forensic psychiatrist will work as a liaison to the public guardian's office, the courts, community, and law enforcement.  The position involves teaching, supervision, and leading our high-risk case reviews.  Our outpatient teams work with our patient population long term with a focus on stabilization, recovery, and whole person health.  Psychiatrists enjoy manageable caseloads with ample time for follow up patient care.   All psychiatrists have support from both case managers and medical assistants.  Weekly clinical team meetings, peer supervision, and administrative support are part of our team approach. Click Here to See Forensic Psychiatrist Brochure   Outpatient Addiction Psychiatrist:   The Behavioral Health Bureau seeks an addiction psychiatrist to help lead and develop programming focused on serving our patients who have both SUD and SMI.  The position entails time for program development, supervising other psychiatrist in treatment of substance use disorders, working with our SUD team, interacting with contractors, and providing direct service to patients. One component of our SUD service expansion is to create capacity to provide MAT at our outpatient treatment sites.  The addiction psychiatrist will work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary mental health team made up of psychiatrists, advance practice mental health providers, nurses, case managers and social workers.  The addiction psychiatrist will work in our Access clinic to both evaluate patients and consult with the Access team on level of care determination after evaluation.  Our outpatient teams work with our patient population long term with a focus on stabilization, recovery, and whole person health.  Psychiatrists enjoy manageable caseloads with ample time for follow up patient care.   All psychiatrists have support from both case managers and medical assistants.  Weekly clinical team meetings, peer supervision, and administrative support are part of our team approach. Click Here to See Outpatient Addiction Psychiatrist Brochure   Philosophy: The Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau supports a collaborative patient centered work environment that promotes individual recovery and whole person health.  Psychiatrists are a valued part of a multidisciplinary team made up of psychiatrists, advance practice mental health providers, nurses, case managers, peer supports, and social workers.  Psychiatrists help direct treatment interventions for patients presenting with complex psychiatric and health conditions.   The Behavioral Health Bureau team is mission driven and devoted to providing high quality evidence-based care to those most in need.   Monterey County provides great benefits and is a beautiful place to work and play!   Enjoy hiking at Big Sur, surfing at Monterey Bay, the rodeo in Salinas, a day trip to San Francisco, music at the jazz festival, or a pastry at a local bakery.  Benefits include competitive salary, health insurance, pension, and CME allowance.  Candidates must hold or be eligible for California Medical Licensure, and be board certified or eligible in adult psychiatry.  Fluency in Spanish is a plus.  Full or part-time candidates will be considered.   For positions in Behavioral Health, please email your Curriculum Vitae to Mark Alexakos, MD.  AlexakosM@co.monterey.ca.us Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 09, 2020
Part Time
Position Description Open Date: January 8, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam #20/60B21T/01KK                       SUMMARY OF POSITION Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau has exciting opportunities for per diem Psychiatric Social Workers on a growing multidisciplinary team working in the Natividad Medical Center Emergency Room Department (ED) Crisis Team.  Natividad Medical Center is often the initial stop for community members who walk in or are brought in by law enforcement or ambulance and who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.  Patients may present with a variety of symptoms including substance related issues, danger to self or others, grave disability or medical issues.  The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department at Natividad Medical Center and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients, which may include 5150, outpatient treatment, or placement in another facility.   Monterey County Behavioral Health takes pride in providing caring and efficient direct services to the community.  In the ED, the Crisis Team Psychiatric Social Workers create positive rapport with clients and their families quickly and help patients know they are in a safe environment.    Duties of a Psychiatric Social Worker on the ED Crisis Team include assessing and diagnosing patients, collateral contact with client caregivers to collect information, provide psycho-education, referrals to clients and families and responding to crisis phone calls.  ED Crisis Team Psychiatric Social Workers work with a multidisciplinary treatment team which includes Natividad Physicians and Nurses and Behavioral Health Psychiatrists to assess the client's needs and provide an appropriate disposition.  Psychiatric Social Workers on the ED Crisis Team do not carry a caseload, but will complete a psychosocial assessment and other documentation for clients they see in the ED. Psychiatric Social Workers working on this team develop the ability to perform rapid clinical decision making and rapport building, develop skills in differential diagnosing including Substance Use, and to create strong working relationships with staff of other disciplines and work styles.   Per diem shifts may include day, evening and/or overnight (NOC), weekends and holiday coverage.  Per diem staff will work to fill in gaps in coverage and will be expected to be available to work a minimum of 10 hours per month.  Desired current skills for this position: Able to maintain flexible hours when needed Clear communication style Demonstrates care and empathy with clients and their families   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Position Definition & Distinguishing Characteristics Under direction, the Psychiatric Social Worker performs psychiatric assessments, diagnosis, clinical interventions and case management services for mentally and emotionally disturbed patients and their families in a mental health setting, and facilitate/coordinate treatment services.   Psychiatric Social Worker I: This is the entry-level position in the Psychiatric Social Worker series. Incumbents work in an assisting and supporting role, with closely supervised routine assignments that are limited in scope and independence.   Psychiatric Social Worker II: This is the advanced journey-level position in the Psychiatric Social Worker series competent to perform the full scope of specialized psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, clinical interventions to children and adolescents and seriously mentally ill adults in community or inpatient settings. Incumbents are expected to be fully trained and professionally skilled to independently provide services   Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and practices for services to clients with serious mental illness Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children Psychological diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality development from infancy through adulthood. Human and health services systems in the county including private agencies and other community resources.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatment to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. Set realistic treatment goals and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of mental disability or emotional distress of patients/clients. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Provide consultation and technical assistance to team member, other agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collectively within a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Be culturally sensitive A team player Have great customer service skills Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Commitment to integrity, Respect, Innovation, Health Equity and Excellence Comfortable working in a fast-paced Emergency Department Examples of Experience/Education/Training EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING : The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work and registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate Clinical Social Worker.   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority. Possession of a master's degree from an accredited school of Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy or Psychology Program. In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI)   Pursuant to Section 5751.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Possession of a California License as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage Family Child Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Psychologist or registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate in one of these areas.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf   https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B21.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 :   Final Filing Date: Continuous   Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jan 06, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                                                                                                                    Exam:  #20/20B22/01ND Final Filing Date:  Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date:  Friday, January 31, 2020 All application materials must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review.  Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis.   THE POSITION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION : The Monterey County Auditor-Controller seek a highly motivated professional with thorough knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to perform professional level accounting duties preparing, maintaining, analyzing, auditing, reconciling, and verifying financial records and to perform other work as required.  The current vacancy is in the General Accounting Division of the Auditor-Controller's Office. DEPARTMENT : The Auditor-Controller is an elected official who provides the County of Monterey with financial leadership and expert advice on a wide range of fiscal matters and advocates financial integrity and accountability in all County business practices.  The department consists of five divisions: Administration, Systems, General Accounting, Internal Audit, and Disbursements (Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Property Tax).    Examples of Duties PARAMOUNT DUTIES  Prepares complex accounting records and transactions; reviews accounting records and transactions for accuracy; analyzes records and transactions in order to project results; prepares large or complex federal or state claims; performs professional accounting and auditing duties; ensures financial solvency of assigned accounts. Oversees the preparation of or prepared a variety of comprehensive financial, narrative, and statistical reports, including the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, internal audit reports, state and federal reports and special district reports; prepares and submits mandated reports within established timeframes. Assists Auditor-Controller division chiefs with the implementation, oversight and auditing of accounting, budgetary, operational and other fiscal-related policies and procedures.  Provides consulting services for departmental executive staff, finance and accounting managers, and CAO budget staff. Analyzes, reconciles, and issues sales and use tax payments; reviews and disburses vehicle license fees and sales tax realignments; documents, maintains, and monitors a variety of logs, procedures, and process to ensure accurate financial records. Calculates, posts, audits, and adjusts journal entries; updates accounts to reflect revenue and expenditures; audits accounts for errors and makes appropriate adjustments; coordinates and reconciles different computer financial systems; reconciles various financial statements to ensure accurate fund accounting; matches financial statements with cash amounts; reviews and approved account transfers and other transactions. Communicates with County staff, governmental agencies, and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities, and resolves issues and concerns. Assists with preparation of Annual Continuing Disclosure Reports and other debt-related matters. Assists Auditor-Controller Analyst with gathering reports and analyzing data for the preparation of the County-Wide Cost Allocation Plan. Maintains current knowledge of and complies with applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations, established policies and procedures, and with generally accepted accounting principles; ensures accuracy of input and output data. Ensures integrity of financial information provided to the Board of Supervisors, County Administrative Officer, state and federal officials, auditors, and county staff; makes corrections to balance sheet accounts; reviews reconciliations; such as, warrants, payables, cash, and investments; performs variance analysis and makes appropriate corrections. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Internal control systems and general ledger Methods, procedures, and terminology used in professional accounting. Financial statement and report analysis; techniques of financial forecasting. Principles, practices, and techniques of financial and statistical recordkeeping. Principles, practices, methods, and techniques in preparing financial statements and comprehensive accounting reports Working knowledge of: Principles and practices of governmental accounting (from thorough knowledge) Skill and Ability to: Interpret, explain, and apply legal and procedural rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and requirements. Interpret and apply professional and accounting principles and standards. Gather, organize, and evaluate data. Review, reconcile, and analyze financial statements and reports. Apply principles and practices of governmental accounting. Perform mathematical calculations. Meet schedules and timelines. Operate standard office equipment, including a computer and standard software. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Provide excellent and courteous customer services and establish and maintain effective working relationships. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training.  Typical ways to acquire the required knowledge, skills, and abilities are listed below: Education:   Completion of the requirements for a bachelor's degree, from an accredited college or university, in accounting, auditing, or a related field with an emphasis in accounting or auditing AND Experience :   Three (3) years of experience performing full working-level accounting/auditing duties with a CPA firm, a public agency or private sector, of two years of experience at a level equivalent to an Accountant-Auditor II in Monterey County.  Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete Job Description: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/specifications.asp                                                               Additional Information BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "X" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing. NOTES: As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background investigation to include fingerprinting and a credit check and may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Nairi Davis at (831) 755-5092.   APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-line! Our Website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Auditor-Controller Department Attn: Nairi Davis, Senior Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA 93901 Email: davisn@co.monterey.ca.us Phone: (831) 755-5092  The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application packet will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to all the Supplemental Questions Priority Screening Date:  Friday, January 31, 2020     Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered.   Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5092         Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Dec 20, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Priority Screening Date:  January 21, 2020. Library Assistant I:  $15.64 - $21.35 hourly Library Assistant II:  $18.11 - $24.72 hourly Monterey County Free Libraries seeks candidates with a strong desire for meaningful public service and the ability to work with a wide variety of needs in an ever-changing environment.  The Monterey County Free Libraries is a supportive place of learning and success for the entire community, where each member of the staff has a chance for job growth and development, addition of skills, and experience that translates to any field.  Flexibility, adaptability, and a positive attitude are essential, as is a respect for the goals of public service and meeting the needs of the entire community.  Openings include outreach, literacy and other independent positions, along with positions in branch libraries across the County.  Full-time, part-time, temporary, and on-call openings are available.   Eligible lists for these classifications will be used to fill current and future vacancies on both permanent and temporary basis as needs arise at various locations throughout Monterey County.  This is part of a flexible staffing series.  Once appointed, incumbents may be flexibly promoted throughout the series without further competitive process. Examples of Duties Significant Duties Both Level I and II duties include: Utilizing the Integrated Library System (ILS), performs circulation duties such as checking in/out books for patrons Assists patrons in locating library materials both physically in the branch and securing materials through system hold or inter-library loan Explain library policies and services to the public Answer patrons' reference questions, referring more difficult questions to higher level staff, including Librarian Some Library Assistant II positions may also: Sort and shelve books, maintaining proper shelf order and assisting in weeding collections Perform cataloging of library materials under the direction of a Librarian Perform library materials acquisition duties such as ordering, verifying receipt of items, initiating payment, as well as oversight of materials budget accounts Oversee filling requests for the inter- and intra- library loan of materials, or notification of holds and over-due books Operate a library bookmobile or other library vehicles Coordinate homework centers in a branch providing learning assistance to students, filing statistics and doing outreach The Ideal Candidate The Library Assistant I will understand how to deliver quality customer service to library patrons, and be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees.  They will have the ability to operate a personal computer with standard software and be able to learn specialized library software systems.  They will be an effective communicator, both orally and in writing.  These duties will increase in frequency and independence at the Library Assistant II level. In addition to the above qualifications, the  Library Assistant II  will have a working knowledge of public libraries' general purposes, routines, services; books, literature, media.  They will be knowledgeable in basic reference resources and services, such as conducting a reference interview.  They will have a working knowledge of general office procedures and record keeping and have at least some knowledge of principles and practices of public relations and customer service. Some positions must possess a valid California Class C Driver's License and maintain a good driving record in order to drive a library bookmobile or van (no special license is required). Spanish speakers are desired. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities and required conditions of employment listed are qualifying.  Typical ways to acquire the knowledge and skills listed above are: Library Assistant I Approximately 1 year of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Library Page for a library or approximately one year experience in public contact and clerical work involving computer use. OR Graduation from high school. Clerical training at a community college or adult school, or classes in library technology at a university or community college. Homework Center Coordinator Positions : The Experience and Education required for general positions also applies to Homework Center Coordinators (HCC). For HCC positions, the combination of experience, education and/or training should include a minimum of 6 months teaching or tutoring groups of students. Library Assistant II Approximately 2 years of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Library Assistant I for the Monterey County Free Libraries: OR Approximately three years performing sub-professional duties equivalent to a Library Assistant I in another library setting. OR Completion of courses required for an Associate of Arts degree with emphasis in library science, liberal arts, or a closely related field at a college or university. Additional Information Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.     Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Ginger Ramirez, Associate Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: RamirezGB@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone:(831) 759-6723   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions For a guaranteed review, application materials must be received no later than the priority screening date January 21, 2020. Application materials received after this date will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.    Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6723. Closing Date/Time: Continuous