Monterey County Human Resources

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Monterey County was founded in 1850 and is governed by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors. It is located on the beautiful Central Coast and is the longest county in California stretching 105 miles from the Santa Clara County border South to San Luis Obispo County.  Monterey County provides a full range of services to the community through its 26 departments and 5,000 plus employees.  As an employer, Monterey County is diverse and inclusive, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We aspire to hire employees who will contribute to the County’s mission to excel at providing quality services for the benefit all Monterey County residents while developing, maintaining, and enhancing the resources of the region.  The County offers a great benefits package and provides the opportunity to work with amazing colleagues who support and promote a safe, healthy and prosperous community for all.  Monterey County is rich in coastal lands and agricultural fields and is also known as the Salad Bowl of the World.  Monterey County is the best place to work and prides itself on being the employer of choice.

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Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 15, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: July 16, 2021 Exam #21/14H33/06IE The Sheriff 's Office is comprised of the Administration, Corrections and Enforcement Operation Bureaus. The Sheriff's Office delivers public safety to the residents of Monterey County by providing 24-hour uniformed patrol, investigations, custody services, court security, and law enforcement support. Criminal Intelligence Specialist are assigned in the Enforcement Operations Bureau, Investigations Division and the Corrections Operations Bureau-Classification Unit. This position collects and analyzes criminal activity information from various sources within the criminal justice community in order to identify offenders, characteristics, trends and patterns of crimes; disseminates analytical findings to departmental personnel; and performs other related work as required. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of being accountable, demonstrate excellent communication and analytical skills. The ideal candidate will have the ability to develop and maintain close working relationships; possess strong oral and written communication skills; have good judgement and deal tactfully with individuals. 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, researches, analyzes and prepares reports; identifies and interprets criminal activity, characteristics, trends, patterns and relationships of crime in Monterey County or in the Corrections Facility; creates and maintains database files and other records using spreadsheets and statistical applications to manipulate, analyze and present data • Classifies criminal activity information and intelligence in target areas according to its reliability and sensitivity • Responds to requests for criminal and offender information and intelligence from law enforcement personnel, outside agencies, the public or community • Dependent on assignment, identify and monitor AB109 population THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will demonstrate the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Working Knowledge of: • Methods and techniques used in researching, compiling, sorting, evaluating, and analyzing statistical, theoretical, and factual information regarding criminal, offender and intelligence information • Personal computers and related software programs; law enforcement databases; Functions and processes of the criminal systems Skill and Ability to: • Analyze a variety of criminal information and intelligence received from various sources, and formulate theories regarding criminal trends, patterns and perpetrators • Logically synthesize and hypothesize a large volume of criminal activity information and intelligence • Collect and evaluate criminal information and intelligence to develop criteria to measure the reliability to such information • Communicate orally to ascertain and provide information to various law enforcement personnel and the public • Communicate effectively in writing to compose written reports demonstrating criminal trends and patterns that have developed • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work to include respond in a positive manner to supervision and direction; and attend and perform duties on a regular, reliable, and consistent basis Additional Information Conditions of employment include, but are not limited to: Successfully pass a complete and thorough background investigation, that will include a polygraph examination or voice stress analysis; Provide a telephone number or means in which employee can be reached; Dependent on assignment: work effectively while performing duties in a noisy, enclosed jail environment, exposure to health risks and smells associated with a jail environment, as well as exposure to anti-social inmate behavior; Walk to and from workstations, break room and restroom using walkways in sections of the Corrections Operations Bureau also used by escorted and unescorted inmates. The physical and sensory requirements for this classification include, but are not limited to: Speak clearly and effectively in order to communicate face-to-face and on the phone to provide and gather information; Manual dexterity needed to operate writing utensils or a computer keyboard to input and retrieve information; Physical strength to lift and carry boxes of files weighing up to 10 pounds; Sit at for periods of time at computer terminal to process information; See well enough to verify the identity of individuals. Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete job description: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications 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: 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 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 at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Sheriff's Office Attn: Human Resources 1414 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 Phone: (831) 755-5129 or (831) 755-3702 Fax: (831) 755-3828 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 • Response to the supplemental questions For a guaranteed review, all required materials must be received by the Final Filing Date: Friday, July 16, 2021 . 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) 755-5129. Closing Date/Time: 7/16/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 14, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: Friday, June 25, 2021 Exam # 21/39P21/06GR Deputy Public Defender II: $7,070 - $9,602 monthly Deputy Public Defender III: $8,675 - $11,792 monthly The Monterey County Public Defender seeks applicants for Deputy Public Defender II-III. The Deputy Public Defender career series provides expertise necessary to prepare and defend juveniles and indigent adults through the Public Defender's Office. Incumbents are responsible for independently managing a caseload and are in court approximately 85% of their time. Deputy Public Defender II is the second level in the career series. Incumbents at this level are expected to independently manage a routine caseload. Deputy Public Defender III is the third level in the career series. At this level, Deputies independently manage a difficult criminal caseload involving complex legal research and interpretation. 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 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 Significant Duties: Prepares and defends criminal 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, sentencings and probation revocations 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 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 Advises the general public and law enforcement personnel on criminal matters May be assigned to train and/or serve as lead worker over less experienced attorneys Knowledge/Skill/Abilities: Knowledge of: The principals of criminal and civil law, criminal procedure, and trial practice The methods of legal research and writing Statutory, constitutional and decisional criminal laws of the State of California The rules of evidence Skill and ability to: 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 Work independently under general supervision Skill to use a personal computer Additional Information 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. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Successfully pass a background check to include Department of Justice (DOJ) fingerprinting Possess and maintain a valid California driver's license WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY The County of Monterey offers a premium benefits package that includes 23 days of Annual Leave, 10 holidays/year, along with health, dental, vision and life insurance and CalPERS retirement. To view the "D" Unit Benefit Summary, please visit our website: Unit D Employee Benefit Summary HOW TO APPLY Submit the following required materials: County of Monterey Employment Application Response to supplemental questionnaire APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM AND SUBMITTED TO: County of Monterey Human Resources Division Attention: Ginger Ramirez 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 (831) 759-6723 Or you may upload your documents and APPLY ON-LINE at: Monterey County Jobs NOTES This information is intended to provide you with a general summary of benefits available and is not legally binding. Exact benefits are listed in the Personnel Policies & Practices Resolution or benefits summary sheet and prevail. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Monterey County Human Resources (831) 759-6723. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT 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 those with disabilities. 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: 6/25/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 08, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: July 2, 2021 Summary of Position Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau, Children's System of Care, has an opening for an Occupational Therapist for services to the Early Childhood Services Team. The Occupational Therapist delivers a full range of occupational therapy services to children with functional impairments in conjunction with mental health conditions including evaluation, planning and providing OT treatment to children. The Occupational Therapist works collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team, including psychologists, psychiatrists and mental health clinicians and interacts with other agencies such as educational entities and community agencies who may be part of the treatment team. The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of sensory integration issues and the impacts of inutero exposure to drugs and alcohol as well as early childhood trauma on the child's sensory integration and motor development capacities. The Occupational Therapist is part of a mental health team and provides services to maximize reduction in mental health related difficulties in young children in a family treatment setting. A list of eligible candidates resulting from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future full-time or temporary vacancies as they arise. Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities : Knowledge of: Theory and practice of Occupational Therapy skills related to mental and physical illness or disability Therapeutic techniques, including prevocational exploration and self-care activities commonly used in occupational therapy The basic pathology involved in diseases and injuries resulting in physical and mental handicaps Child growth and development Various physical disabilities and mental health disabilities. Construction and use of special equipment Skill and Ability to: Evaluate and assess functional status of patients Administer occupational therapy treatment to patients in accordance with approved treatment plans. Care for and maintain equipment and supplies. Follow oral and written directions Be flexible and competent in working with a variety of diagnosis and changes. Work in a dynamic environment Communicate effectively with a variety of people in one to one and group situation. Ability to interpret occupational therapy treatments to staff, relatives, patients and others Follow safety procedures and practices. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with a wide variety of audiences Proficient in the use of technology Provide excellent and courteous customer service Work well in a team-oriented environment Conditions of Employment : Pursuant to Section 51203.1 of Title 22 of the State of California Administrative Code, possession of a valid registration issued by the American Occupational Therapy Association is required for positions in this classification As a condition of employment you may be required to work with and in exposure to, potentially infectious and disorderly patients Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License Due to the sensitive nature of these positions, the Health Department reserves the right to fingerprint and conduct police background checks of appointees for some positions Examples of Experience/Education/Training EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training, typically: Two years of work experience as a registered occupational therapist AND Graduation from an occupational therapy curriculum accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association, the World Federation of Occupation Therapy or another nationally recognized occupational therapy association For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/50F20.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Submit the following application materials to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 Final Filing Date: July 2, 2021 Monterey County Employment Application Response to the Supplemental Questions A copy of your registration must be submitted with your application Please be aware if the application form, responses to supplemental questions, and copies of registration are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration. Or apply on-line at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty/default.cfm 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 831-755-4502. SPECIAL NOTE: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4502. 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 of Monterey offers an excellent benefits package (H Unit) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package. A summary of benefits for this position can be viewed on the County website. This information is intended to provide you with a general summary of benefits available and is not legally binding. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies & Practices Resolution or "H" MOU prevails over this listing. See https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/home/showpublisheddocument/99628/637490872740300000 for more information (H Bargaining Unit Benefit Summary Sheet.) An Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free Workplace 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 persons with disabilities. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-4502. Closing Date/Time: 7/2/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 07, 2021
Temporary
Position Description FINAL FILING DATE: Continuous Exam #: T21/AHSW/04CH The County of Monterey Human Resources Department in partnership with the County of Monterey Department of Social Services, through the Care and Shelter Branch of the Emergency Operations Center is seeking temporary staff to serve as Temporary Alternate Housing Site Workers. Alternate Housing Sites temporarily house COVID-19 positive and exposed residents who have no place to safely isolate during their designated isolation period. This position is located in King City. As a condition of employment, you must successfully pass a Live Scan fingerprinting background check and Disposable (N95) Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire. Temporary Alternate Housing Site Workers will receive safety training. The ideal candidate will be flexible, adaptable, and use discretion to maintain quests' confidentiality, while providing assigned tasks and duties as outlined below. Examples of Duties Tasks and duties of an Alternate Housing Site Worker may include, but are not limited to: Welcomes guests to the Alternate Housing Site and take the necessary steps to ensure the guest(s) have what they need to isolate and recover comfortably. Ensures the Alternate Housing Site guests have necessary items: additional personal hygiene items, distributing/offering snacks, and water, including a great deal of walking. Performs physical trailer maintenance duties, which could include trailer cleanup and other needs that arise. Personally, delivers food and other items to COVID positive guests in all types of weather. Reports guest health information to the Site Managers. Completes the required registration forms with the new guest and orients guests to the Alternate Housing Site, including their room or trailer assignment. Decontaminates guest's cloth belongings using the Bug Oven, if needed. Completes required guest forms (electronic or paper), including guest referrals for other services or benefit programs. Works with other site staff and security to ensure the Alternate Housing Site is safe for staff, guests, and security. Supports the effort of all staff by following all safety protocols regarding fitting, donning, and doffing provided personal protective equipment when appropriate. Intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite, especially Teams and Excel. Will be willing to train the right candidate with basic computer skills. Assist medical staff as needed and requested to support guest services. Observe any access and functional needs a guest might need and following up with the guest and the Site Manager. Observe ALL preventative health and safety protocols established by the County Health Officer to ensure personal safety and prevent cross-contamination. Report any violations of the guest's Code of Conduct to shelter management. Report any personal observations of guest conduct to the Site Manager that requires assistance or attention by on-site medical personnel, the Emergency Operations Center assigned medical doctor, and/or a licensed behavioral health clinician. Report ANY incidents of suspected or actual child abuse or adult abuse to the Site Manager. Attending and participating in all assigned meetings while on shift. Additional Information The physical demands and requirements: Walking at least 10,000 steps per day. The ability to squat down and push and pull levers in and out. The ability to bend over and go upstairs while carrying items that weigh more than 5 lbs. but not over 30 lbs. The ability to tolerate potentially strong odors from septic tanks and the adjusting of above ground black water drainage lines from travel trailers. The ability to handle the visual sight and potential smells of dirty laundry as workers will be sorting laundry while wearing provided personal protective equipment. The ability to drain, flush, and refill black water tanks while wearing provided personal protective equipment. REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Successfully pass a Live Scan fingerprint background check and Disposable (N95) Respirator Medical Evaluation. Work flexible hours, alternating shifts, overnights, weekends, and holidays. Follow all directives and orders of the County Health Officer. Maintain confidentiality and discretion of guests and the program by never responding to questions or requests from the media. Redirects all requests from the media (news, radio or otherwise) to the Site Manager. NOTES Monterey County, like all employers, is required to verify an employee's right to work in the United States. Accordingly, on the first day of employment, employees must have and show those documents that verify their legal right to work in the United States. Examples of accepted documentation are a U.S. Passport or Alien Registration Card, or a driver's license and Social Security Card, or a driver's license and U.S. Birth Certificate. Additionally, our agency requires a valid social security card in order to process employee paychecks. Accordingly, on the first day of employment, employees must have and show this document. If you are hired into this temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for benefits. 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 Department of Social Services Attn: Eli Ruelas, Human Resources Analyst 1000 S. Main Street, Suite 308 Salinas, CA 93901 Email: RuelasEB@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: (831) 796-1511 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 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) 796-1511. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 07, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam: 21/20B40/06JJ Closing Date: July 9, 2021 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 Treasurer-Tax Collector department consists of three divisions: Property Tax, Treasury, and Revenue. Responsibilities of the Treasurer-Tax Collector include the oversight, billing, collection, reporting and accounting for all property, transient occupancy, business taxes and licenses levied in the County. The Treasury Division performs general banking services for the County and depository agencies and manages a pooled investment portfolio and the Revenue Division is predominantly responsible for the billing and collection of court-ordered fines and fees. The Treasurer-Tax Collector is seeking to fill one (1) Treasury Officer I position in the Treasury Division. Treasury Officer I is the entry-level classification in the Treasury Officer series. The Treasury Officer series is responsible for the physical care and integrity of monies received and deposited by the County and affiliated agencies. Under general supervision, the Treasury Officer I learns to perform professional treasury/tax accounting; reconciles cash and investments; learns to perform complex and detailed cash flow analysis and fund accounting; provides routine financial and investment advice to County staff, school districts, and special districts staff; prepares a variety of routine financial and statistical reports, statements and does other work as required. Under the County's flexible staffing policy, incumbents hired at the entry level of Treasury Officer I may be advanced to the Treasury Officer II level subject to meeting the promotional performance standards and the approval of the appointing authority. Examples of Duties Learns to and performs daily cash flow analysis; reconciles daily cash and investments; verifies balance to the general ledger; learns to analyze and report funds received electronically; learns to forecast cash flow for County, school districts, and special districts; learns to prepare current and projected cash flow forecasts. Reviews accounts for errors and makes appropriate adjustments; coordinates and reconciles different computer fiscal systems; reconciles various fiscal statements to ensure accurate fund accounting; matches financial statements with cash amounts; initiates account transfers and other transactions as needed; utilizes manual and computerized recordkeeping systems. Communicates with County staff, governmental agencies, and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities, resolves issues and concerns; prepares and submits mandated reports within established timeframes. Reviews and follows the policies and procedures impacting investment analysis, portfolio systems support, auditing, and reporting requirements; monitors internal controls, policies, and procedures, as well as the security of systems and operations. Confers with County staff and staff of school districts and special districts; responds to inquiries, resolves issues and conflicts, and provides basic information concerning related standards, practices, pending legislation, laws, codes, regulations, policies, and procedures in connection with treasury operations; attend and participates in various meetings, committees, and professional groups. Examples of Experience/Education/Training QUALIFICATIONS A combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge and Skills: Working Knowledge of : Methods, procedures, and terminology used in professional accounting Financial and statistical recordkeeping techniques Related computer hardware and applicable software Some Knowledge of: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles California government code sections relating to public funds investment Principles, techniques, and practices of public funds investment Principles and practices of cash management Principles and practices of governmental accounting Banking operations and systems as applied to deposit and payment activities Principles, practices, and techniques of financial analysis and forecasting Principles and practices of research and statistical evaluation Skill and Ability to: Accurately perform professional treasury/banking transactions Gather and analyze data, draw conclusions, project consequences, formulate strategies, and make recommendations Exercise sound judgment in handling large sums of money Prepare narrative and statistical reports, policies, and procedures Identify and maintain cash flow procedures and reporting systems Prepare, analyze, and monitor funds and accounts Reconcile various statements Interpret, apply, and explain legislation, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures, including County Investment Policy and Cash Handling Policy Apply practices and methods of generally accepted accounting principles Analyze data and prepare reports, forecasts, and recommendations Learn to organize major multiple tasks simultaneously, within a short timeframe, and with minimum allowance for error Meet schedules and timelines Operate standard office equipment, including a computer and associated software Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Provide excellent and courteous customer service 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, typically: Education: A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in finance, accounting, business administration or related field AND Experience: Two years of paraprofessional-level experience in accounting, banking, cash management, or the administration of investment instruments. Additional Information Conditions of employment include : As a condition of employment, prospective employees for the Treasurer-Tax Collector 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. Positions in other departments may or may not require full background review. Incumbent must possess a valid current Class C driver license or be able to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the hiring authority. 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 applicable Memorandum of Understanding and/or Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution prevail over this listing. 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 19. 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 the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602. The initial screening for this position uses ONLY the applicant's answers to the Supplemental Questions. Screeners (who are Subject Matter Experts) are not given the application and/or resumes at this point in the process. Therefore, your answers to the Supplemental Questions are critical. Application and Selection Procedures Apply Online! Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Department Government Center 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Our website: County of Monterey Job Opportunities 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 closing date 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 candidates require special arrangements to participate in the selection process, they should state their needs in writing when submitting the application package. Closing Date/Time: 7/9/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 07, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam #21/52A94/06KK Final Filing Date: June 25, 2021 Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking a psychiatric nurse practitioner to fill a vacancy for the position of Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner that can see patients in our Children's System of Care . Children's System of Care - Salinas The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides psychiatric services to child patients in our outpatient Children's System of Care. Psychiatric services include diagnostic evaluations, ongoing assessments, recommending treatments, being part of a multi-disciplinary treatments team, promoting health and wellness, managing side effects of medications, and prescribing psychiatric medications. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner will work as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team that is compost of psychiatrist, master's level therapists, bachelor level social workers, and behavioral health aids. The program provides an array of mental health services to children with serious mental illness. Services include assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, psycho-educational groups, group therapy, rehabilitation services, psychiatric services, wrap around services, individual and family therapy. Monterey County Behavioral Health has developed a robust system of care that provides a range of services to patients including housing, residential care, inpatient care, school-based therapy, and community supports. Monterey County Behavioral Health places and emphasis on a recovery model that promotes increasing independence and community integration b matching treatment interventions to the patient's need and clinical complexity. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner will play an integral role in helping to manage each patient's treatment course. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future temporary or regular vacancies as they arise. Examples of Duties EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Knowledge of: Laws and regulations governing Nurse Practitioners Laws, regulations and ethical standards governing behavioral health treatment and medical records Causes and treatment of medical and emotional illness including environmental, sociological, psychological and physical factors of mental and emotional disorders Principles and methods of psychiatry including diagnostic and treatment techniques used in practicing psychiatry Advanced principles and practices of psychiatric assessment, diagnosis and treatment, documentation and follow-up of emotional and mental disorders and other related medical issues Scope of responsibilities applicable under incumbent's licensure Medical Aspects of psychological problems; psychosocial behaviors in illness Psycho-education methodologies to work with individuals one-on-one or in groups Principles and applications of clinical psychology, psychiatric work and various rehabilitative services Psychopharmacological use and effects of medications including medication and drugs commonly prescribed, including medications therapeutic effect, side effects, reactions, and contraindications Diagnostic protocols; sterile techniques and infection control; clinical significance of laboratory test results Principles, practices and procedures used to detect, diagnose and treat common health problems, Human anatomy and physiology Principles and practices of behavioral health education, community, organizations and allied behavioral health services and resources Skill and Ability to: Perform comprehensive multigenerational family assessments Work effectively as a team-member in delivery of mental health care services to both children and adults; perform collaboration consultation with staff psychiatrists for more complicated psychiatric problems Identify and evaluate medical conditions and psychiatric disorders; develop and implement treatment plans according to prescribed policies and protocols Recognize social problems which affect health and assist in securing adjustments Safely administer medications including psychotropic drugs; monitor and record patient's medication usage and results Prepare and maintain accurate medical records, medical reports, and case histories as needed Educate patients and family members about mental health and medical conditions, preventative health measures, medications or treatment plans Remain knowledgeable and proficient in mental health practices through readings, research professional organizations, academic training, and participation in direct patient services Communicate effectively in both oral and written forms to behavioral health staff, patients, their family members and other interested community members Establish and maintain effective professional relationships with those contacted in the course of work at all organizational levels including patients, health care personnel, and the public Perform job duties effectively under pressure and in stressful situations Adapt quickly and appropriately to a variety of situations and personalities Demonstrate a high degree of maturity, tact, diplomacy, compassion, integrity, initiative, and independent judgement Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate Enthusiasm and compassion for working with seriously mental ill patients Organized Strong communication skills Provide excellent and courteous customer service Work within team framework Conditions of Employment Pursuant to Section 2835 of the Business and Professions Code hold a valid and active California license as a Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner and possess training, experience and certification as set forth in the hospital's Practice Prerogative's to practice in Inpatient Psychiatric Services, and other acute care services as may be determined by the hospital. Pursuant to Business and Professions Code Section 2836 and Section 2831.1 must possess a furnishing number to furnish drugs and/or devices and a valid DEA number and certificate. 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. Due to the sensitive nature of these positions, the Health Department reserves the right to fingerprint and conduct police background checks of appointees for some positions Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training, typically: Education / Licensing: Successful completion of an approved Nurse Practitioner training program leading to licensure as a Nurse Practitioner by California Board of Nursing, in the required specialty area and demonstrated ability to provide the full scope of patient care. Or Experience: Typically, three to five years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner with demonstrated ability to provide the full scope of care for higher acuity patients, in the area of specialty, with limited supervision. Additional Information ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Submit the following application materials to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 by the final filing date: June 25, 2021 . Resumes will be accepted in addition to, but not in lieu of the required application materials. All application material must be received by the final filing date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Monterey County Employment Application Response to the Supplemental Questions A copy of your license/certification must be submitted with your application A copy of your DEA number and certificate Or apply on-line at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty/default.cfm 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. 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 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 below. BENEFITS: The County of Monterey offers an excellent benefits package (S Unit). For additional information please visit Unit S's benefit summary sheet at: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/home/showpublisheddocument/99648/637490872827200000 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 prevails over this listing. 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 persons with disabilities. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-4519. Closing Date/Time: 6/25/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
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
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam #20/20B24/12ND Application Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: April 9, 2021 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). DESCRIPTION: The Auditor-Controller seeks applicants able to perform professional accounting and financial analysis of the County's fiscal operations for County-wide programs and systems; interpret and apply legal requirements and policies; and provide advice, consultation, and professional support on fiscal, accounting, and budgetary procedures. 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 financial schedules, analysis, documentation, and a variety of complex accounting, and financial reports that may include: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), GANN limit, County Annual Financial Transaction Report for the State Controller's Office, Adopted Budget, and GASB Pronouncement implementation. Provides advice, assistance, and training to County departments including: The Countywide Cost Allocation Plan (COWCAP), year-end closing revenue estimates, preparation of financial documents and reporting, accounting processes and compliance requirements, and/or systems operations. Performs a variety of other complex accounting, auditing, and financial analysis, operations, issue resolution, and monitoring to include allocation of property tax administrative costs to cities and other agencies and debt management. Plans, organizes, coordinates, and performs the complex accounting, fiscal, and/or audit work to prepare a variety of reports and schedules, that may include: computation of interest on County accounts, reconciliation of the County's cash and investment portfolio, and other assigned tasks. Supervises professional and technical accounting staff by assigning, directing, training, and reviewing work for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with established requirements; manages work performance; and recommends transfers, reassignment, and discipline. Plans, develops, coordinates, and implements fiscal management policies, goals, objectives, procedures, standards, and programs with the management team. Reviews, analyzes, researches, interprets, and communicates legislation to ensure compliance with laws, rules, and regulations that fiscally impact County and departmental programs. Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with departmental management and staff, other County departments, external agencies, community-based companies, vendors, and State and Federal program auditors. To view the job description, please visit the Monterey County website or click on the following link: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of: Principles and methods of public finance administration, particularly in the areas of accounting operations, auditing, budgeting, and management; fiscal control auditing, cost accounting, financial reporting, forecasting, financial analysis, general accounting, business and personnel accounting, internal/external financial and operations auditing, property tax apportionment and accounting Cost accounting theory and methods Enterprise and government accounting principles and practices Government and non-government auditing and accounting principles and procedures Professional report writing techniques. Working knowledge of: Research and assessment techniques Quantitative analysis and business statistical methods and techniques Principles and practices of supervision, including work planning, scheduling, reviewing, evaluating, training, and corrective action Related computer technology systems, hardware, and applicable software application and operations Governmental accounting, budgetary principles, and operational practices Business law applicable to financial operations. Skill and Ability to: Plan, organize, direct, and coordinate fiscal and accounting activities to support County operations Analyze, evaluate, and solve complex, accounting, budgetary, and administrative problems Prepare clear and concise accounting, budgetary, statistical, and narrative reports; present information to a group effectively Develop or revise accounting systems, processes, and activities to meet changing needs Assist in the design and implementation of computerized accounting systems Develop, implement, and administer automated data gathering, processing, and reporting systems Present technical and financial information, and reports; communicate effectively both orally and in writing Select, supervise, assign, work, train, and evaluate the performance of professional, technical, and clerical staff Make accurate and complex computations Meet schedules and timelines Provide excellent and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships. Examples of Experience/Education/Training EXAMPLESOF 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 Equivalent to a bachelor's degree in Accounting, Public or Business Administration, Economics, Finance or a closely related field with course work in Accounting, Finance, and Business Administration. Experience Three (3) years of experience performing professional level accounting/auditing duties with a CPA firm, public or private agency or two (2) years of experience at a level equivalent to an Accountant-Auditor III in Monterey County. 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, April 9, 2021 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
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam #20/20B97/05ND Application Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: July 20, 2020 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). DESCRIPTION : The Monterey County Auditor-Controller seeks a results oriented professional to manage, plan, organize and direct the work of the Office's General Accounting Division. The incumbent must represent the Auditor-Controller's Office with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. 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 Plans, organizes, directs, and manages the General Accounting Division's functions of the Auditor-Controller's Office. Selects, supervises, trains, and evaluates the performance of subordinate professional, technical and clerical staff. Coordinates division activities with those of other divisions, departments, and agencies. Recommends, develops, writes, reviews, and implements policies and procedures for use by divisional, departmental, County, and other agencies' staff. Reviews new legislation, regulations and laws, researches special financial, accounting, and related problems and conducts highly complex studies. Provides advice and assistance to departments and special districts, establishes and maintains budgetary system controls, and performs highly complex financial analysis. Develops, writes, reviews, and implements policies and procedures dealing with financial controls, accounting, and financial reporting. Oversees the preparation and publication of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, County-wide Cost Allocation Plan, County and Special District Financial Transaction Reports, Adopted Budget, and the Single Audit Report. 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 KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: A combination of experience, education and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough Knowledge of: Governmental accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Principles and methods of management to include work planning, analysis, and organization. Working Knowledge of: The principles and practices of supervision and training. Computerized data processing as it relates to accounting operations and management information systems. State and Federal laws and regulations governing the financial operations of local government, including those affecting fiscal operations, public finance, and financial reporting. Quantitative analysis. Some Knowledge of: Business statistics. Skills and Abilities to: Plan, organize, coordinate, and direct complex Countywide accounting activities. Analyze, evaluate, and solve complex fiscal, accounting, and administrative problems. Select, supervise, train, and evaluate the performance of professional, technical, and clerical staff. Prepare, review, interpret, explain, and apply complex fiscal data and reports. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Develop and revise accounting and other systems and procedures. Prepare clear and concise accounting, financial, and narrative reports. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Highly Desirable: Possession of a CPA license. 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: Completion of all coursework leading to a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field. AND Three years of experience in business systems analysis, design, or management. OR A graduate level degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, or a related field. AND One year of experience in business system analysis, design, or management. Additional Information BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "Unit X - Safety and Non-Safety Management" Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. NOTES: As a condition of employment, prospective employees may 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 any criminal conviction. 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 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 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 the following: 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 July 20, 2020. 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 the 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) 755-5092. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled Exam #19/20B97/08ND Priority Screening Date: Sunday, February 7, 2021 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 The Monterey County Auditor-Controller seeks a results oriented professional to manage, plan, organize and direct the work of the department's Internal Audit Division. The incumbent must represent the Auditor-Controller's Office with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. 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). PARAMOUNT DUTIES Plans, organizes, directs, and manages the activities and functions of the Internal Audit Division of the Auditor-Controller's Office and performs complex operational, financial, and compliance audits. Develops methods and procedures to achieve objectives. Selects, supervises, trains and evaluates the performance of subordinate professional and technical staff. Coordinates division activities and those of other divisions, department, and agencies. Develops, writes, reviews and implements policies and procedures for use by divisional, departmental, County and other agency staff. Reviews new legislation, regulations and laws, researches special financial, accounting, auditing and related problems and conducts highly complex studies. Prepares and presents written reports of audit findings and recommendations to improve internal controls and/or procedures for effectiveness and efficiency. Provides consultation to County staff and outside agencies. Performs annually Risk Assessment and Audit Plan. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating knowledge of : Governmental accounting and auditing principles, practices, and procedures. Practices, standards, and methods relating to financial, compliance, and performance audits. The principles and methods of public finance administration. The principles and methods of management, including work planning, analysis, and organization. The principles and practices of supervision and training. Computerized data processing as it relates to auditing, accounting, and fiscal operations and management information systems. State and Federal laws and regulations governing the financial operations of local government, including those affecting fiscal operations, public finance, and financial reporting. Quantitative and qualitative analysis and business statistics. The successful applicant will have the skill and ability to : Plan, organize, direct, and manage the activities and functions of the Internal Audit Division of the Auditor-Controller's Office and performs complex operational, financial, and compliance audits. Develop methods and procedures to achieve objectives. Select, supervise, train, and evaluate the performance of professional and technical staff. Prepare clear and concise audit, accounting, financial, and narrative reports. Analyze, evaluate, and solve complex and difficult audit, fiscal, accounting and administrative problems. Develop, prepare, review, interpret, explain, and apply complex fiscal data and reports. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and provide excellent customer service. 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 ways these requirements might be acquired is: Education : Equivalent to completion of a bachelor's degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Information Systems, Management, Finance, Economics, Public Administration or a closely related field with course work in accounting, finance and business administration. Experience : Five years of increasingly responsible professional accounting or auditing experience that includes one year of experience as a supervisor. Highly Desired : Possession of a valid certificate issued by the California Board of Accountancy to practice as a certified public accountant (CPA). 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! 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 of the Supplemental Questions Priority Screening Date: Sunday, February 7, 2021 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
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date:  Continuous Opening Exam #:  20/80S01/02OM The Emergency Communications Department is responsible for the operation of a countywide, consolidated Emergency Communications Center providing 9-1-1 and non-emergency call answering and law enforcement, fire protection and emergency medical dispatch services for over 30 local, Regional, County and State Public Safety agencies. The Communications Dispatcher Trainee receives on-the-job training in basic 9-1-1 call answering and radio dispatching methods and techniques.  Upon successful completion of the call taking training, incumbents are expected to promote to Communications Dispatcher I classification, typically within four to 6 months. This classification of Communications Dispatcher I is part of the flexible series and can flex to the classification of Communications Dispatcher II subject to 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 the current vacancy as well as any future vacancies through the life of the eligible list as they arise. Examples of Duties Receives training in answering 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls.  Reception and transmission of radio calls. Receives law, fire and medical calls for service.  Enters information received via keyboard for recording in a Computer Aided Dispatch System. Screen information to determine jurisdiction and equipment to be dispatched and transmits appropriate information by telephone or radio. Dispatches law enforcement or other personnel and equipment. Accurately types information on a computer keyboard in order to process and/or update information accurately. Records the nature and source of all incoming and outgoing radio messages as required. Monitors public safety frequencies. Learns to employ Standard Operating Procedures and Practices in receiving and dispatching details and messages. Studies and maintains familiarity with the locations and common place names of major roads, streets, industrial plants, county parks, and governmental agencies. 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. Skill and Ability to: Remain calm, think clearly and react quickly in emergency and stressful situations. Learn the operation of radio and telephone communications equipment. Learn the operation of a Computer Aided Dispatch System, radio transmitting and various communication equipment. Learn to dispatch public safety personnel and equipment in a quick and efficient manner. Learn and remember the policies and procedures of the department and user agencies. Retain, recall, and evaluate facts and/or details solely from memory. Communicate clearly and effectively with the general public, public safety officials and other governmental and private agency staff persons. Obtain and transmit clear and complete directions/information. Keep accurate records of messages received, mostly via computer keyboard entry. Learn, interpret and apply established rules and procedures. View multiple video display monitors for extended periods of time in a low-light conditions. Learn to simultaneously type while communicating with others. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Multi-task requiring simultaneous typing (rapid keyboarding), talking on the radio, answering multiple telephone calls and switching between computer screens and applications. Thoroughly evaluate situations, organize thoughts and respond quickly and accurately. Read, write, spell and speak in English. Accurately type 30 wpm (net) on a computer keyboard. Perform a variety of tasks simultaneously. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides 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: Graduation from High School or possession of a GED certificate and one year of experience involving substantial public contact. Upon conditional offer of employment, all candidates must successfully complete and pass a Law Enforcement Background Investigation, Pre-Employment Medical Examination and a Psychological Examination. Required Condition of Employment As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Be willing and available to work all shifts, nights, week-ends, holidays and overtime. Possess a valid Class C Drivers' License, or be able to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the hiring authority. Successfully complete and pass a background investigation including Psychological and Medical evaluation. Ability to remain seated for long periods of time.  Up to twelve hours per day at a console working at a computer terminal. Additional Information ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel Email: 911jobs@co.monterey.ca.us   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 all of the Supplemental Questions. Must type 30 words per minute.  You will be tested on site.  No typing certificate required. 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 applicant's 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 Patricia Eddings (831) 769-8882. 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. 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.   Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
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
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: Continuous. Applications will be screened monthly. The Sheriff 's Office is comprised of the Administration, Corrections and Enforcement Operation Bureaus. The Sheriff's Office delivers public safety to the residents of Monterey County by providing 24-hour uniformed patrol, investigations, custody services, court security, and law enforcement support. This position works the control towers in the Corrections Operation Bureau. This non-safety position performs work assignments involving the safety and security of inmates through the use and operations of custody-based equipment and has no direct inmate contact. The ideal candidate will have the ability to act calmly and make rational decisions while working in a noisy, fast-paced jail environment and able to communicate effectively. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to get along with others and be a team player. The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies as they arise. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will demonstrate the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Working knowledge of: Custody Operations procedures; Legal terminology to understand court documents effecting inmate status; Basic record keeping and accounting methods and processes; Department policies, procedures and directives; English language including reading, writing, spelling and grammar; Effective methods of communication including interpersonal communication and the use of tact and discretion with inmates; Computer software programs such as Microsoft Word and TracNet. Some knowledge of: Proper and safe operation of a wide variety of jail facility and security and safety devices inside control centers controlling the movement of inmates. Skill and Ability to: Understand and follow operational procedures, written and oral instructions of a technical nature; comprehend and process new information quickly and accurately; retain relevant information; Safely operate a wide variety of jail facility security and safety devices inside control centers; Use computer systems to respond to inquiries regarding status of inmates; Remain calm and effectively communicate under adverse conditions; perform required duties in an intimidating environment where some potential for physical danger is present; Respond tactfully, discreetly and effectively to inmates, the public, co-workers and others contacted through the course of work; Use a variety of office equipment including computer terminals, telephones, intercom system, telecopiers or printers; Enter data to accurately and retrieve information from a computer system; and complete a variety of jail and court forms; Locate, read, understand and apply departmental policies and procedures; Ability to adopt and project the desired philosophy and code of conduct of the Monterey County Sheriff's Office. Examples of Duties Operates a wide variety of jail facility security and safety devices inside control centers. Directly operates devices inside control centers controlling the movement of inmates and in such capacity, is directly responsible for the safety and security of inmates and members of the Corrections Operation Bureau staff. Assists staff with visitation using speakers and operating cell/housing doors. Verifies identity of persons entering and leaving the Corrections Facility. Additional Information Conditions of employment include, but are not limited to: Successfully pass and complete a thorough background/suitability process, which includes a polygraph examination or voice stress analysis, psychological and medical examinations; Work effectively and remain calm and organized while performing duties in a noisy, enclosed jail environment, exposure to smells associated with a jail environment, as well as exposure to anti-social inmate behavior; Walk to and from control centers, breakroom and restroom using walkways in sections of the Corrections Operations Bureau also used by escorted and unescorted inmates; Attend and perform duties on a regular, reliable and consistent basis; Work flexible hours, shifts, weekends and holidays and be subject to holdover and callback duty; Wear a uniform; Provide a telephone number or means by which employee can be reached. Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete job description: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/80I10.pdf 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: This classification is covered by a MOU between Monterey County and SEIU Local 521. 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 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 at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Sheriff's Office Attn: Human Resources 1414 Natividad Road Salinas, CA 93906 Phone: (831) 755-3744 or (831) 755-3702 Fax: (831) 755-3828 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 Response to the supplemental questions Applications received after May 3, 2019 will be screened monthly. 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 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) 755-3744. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam #: 21/39D31/01JL Application Filing Deadline: Continuous The Office of the District Attorney seeks talented, ethical, public service-minded attorneys to promote justice and public safety for the people of the County of Monterey and the State of California. The office is an approved MCLE provider and conducts regular in-house training. There are 53 deputy district attorneys. Positions are available 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. Deputy District Attorney IIIs and IVs must perform complex legal research and present complicated factual and legal issues clearly, both orally and in writing. The Criminal Division is in Salinas adjacent to the courthouse and 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, and workers' compensation insurance fraud. The Civil Division is in Monterey and handles 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 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 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. 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 Prepares and prosecutes 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 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. Determines the nature of follow-up investigations needed for trial or settlement. Marshals, reviews and prepares evidence for presentation in court, mediation or other resolution proceedings. Negotiates the appropriate disposition of cases without going to trial. 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: 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 relationships with those contacted during 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 offices and courthouses. BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "Unit E - Deputy District Attorneys" 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 Resume 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
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description DEPUTY SHERIFF RECRUIT DEPUTY SHERIFF $5,680 per month $6,618- $9,006 per month FINAL FILING DATE: CONTINUOUS. Applications screened monthly. Exam Dates: Written: Thursday and Friday, June 17 and 18, 2021 @8:00 AM. Physical Agility: Saturday, June 19, 2021 @8:00 AM. The Monterey County Sheriff's Office seeks Deputy Sheriffs to work in the Corrections and Enforcement Operations Bureaus. Deputy Sheriffs assigned to Corrections Operations are responsible for the security, custody, transport and supervision of inmates and may serve as a Court Bailiff. Deputy Sheriffs assigned to Enforcement Operations patrol unincorporated areas, enforce state and local laws, perform crime prevention and detection, conduct investigations and perform community policing activities. RECRUITS: Are "at-will" employees. Recruits are sworn in as Deputy Sheriffs upon graduation from the P.O.S.T. Academy. Failure to graduate or to meet the Sheriff's Office standards is cause for release from this position. DEPUTY SHERIFF: Possession of a valid Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate or an academy graduate required to be hired as a Deputy Sheriff. Examples of Duties • Receive and process arrested persons, conduct inmate counts, search for contraband, and conduct searches. • Responsible for the custody, care, security, supervision, classification and transportation of inmates, and provide Court security. • Patrol unincorporated areas, prevent, detect and investigate crimes. • Prepare written reports, maintain various agency records, collect evidence and testify in court. Additional Information A picture identification is required to participate. The Applicant Preparation Guide for the POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery and sample written exam is available on the P.O.S.T. website at: https://post.ca.gov/Portals/0/post_docs/Basic_Course_Resources/Investigative_Report_Writing/PELLETB_Applicant_Preparation_Guide.pdf?ver=2019-05-23-081632-110 WRITTEN WAIVER: Applicants who have graduated from an approved CA P.O.S.T Police Academy or applicants who have previously taken the P.O.S.T. Entry Level Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB) written exam within one-year with a T-Score of 42 or above are not required to retake the written exam. A copy of the certificate must be included with the application. PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST/WAIVER: The physical agility may be waived for those applicants who have previously taken the South Bay Regional Work Sample Test Battery (WSTB) physical agility test within one-year with a score of 320 or better. A copy of the certificate must be included with the application materials. Working Conditions: Corrections Operations: Work effectively in an enclosed jail environment with potentially hostile individuals. Enforcement Operations: Work effectively in remote areas and community settings, with minimum supervision in potentially dangerous conditions. Minimum Qualifications: Must meet the California Government Codes 1029 and 1031 requirements, Sheriff's Office Standards, minimum requirements as indicated on the Supplemental Questions and a Class C Driver's License issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicle. Computer and typing skills highly desired. Required Conditions of Employment: Work flexible hours, shifts, weekends and holidays; Wear a uniform and maintain the standards established by P.O.S.T., S.T.C. (Standards and Training for Corrections) and the Sheriff's Office. Background Review: Applicants must successfully pass a thorough background/suitability process which includes a polygraph examination or voice stress analysis. Upon receiving a conditional job offer, a psychological examination and medical examination will be completed. Some positions in this classification are covered by the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991 and shall be subject to drug/alcohol testing as required by law. Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete job description: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "A" 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 identify and authorization for employment in the U.S. Application and Selection Procedure: Apply on-line Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Sheriff's Office Attn: Human Resources 1414 Natividad Road Salinas, Ca 93906 Phone: (831) 755-3702 or 755-3744 Fax: (831) 755-3828 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 the supplemental questions • If applicable, proof of academy graduate, Basic P.O.S.T Certificate, a T-Score of 42 or above and a WSTB physical agility test from South Bay Regional with a score of 320 or better. 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 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) 755-3744. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description   Exam:  #20/14P32/05ND Final Filing Date:  Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date:  Friday, June 12, 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.   DESCRIPTION: The Monterey County Auditor-Controller's Office seeks a results-oriented individual who will support management and the business needs of the County through the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System, which includes Human Resources/Payroll, Financial, and Budget Preparation components.  The ERP Business Analyst has a high degree of interaction with management, County staff, vendors, and consultants.  The incumbent must represent the Auditor-Controller's Office with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. 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). 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: Creates, documents and maintains County business processes; sets and maintains application level security; develops and administers security definitions and profiles. Coordinates with information technology and end users to determine patches/updated logic and application upgrades implementation; tracks functional upgrades in new releases of ERP software; educates end users on new functionality and implements new functionality upon request, Develops training curriculum and conducts training sessions. Consults and coordinates with information technology and/or system vendors to resolve application/system and equipment problems. Responds to end user requests for assistance. Translates County business requirements into business solutions utilizing ERP system functionality; acts as liaison between executive and management staff, end users, and information technology staff to design and configure business solutions to ensure business requirements have been met. Creates and maintains table driven business rules and other ERP application configuration settings. Develops and manages project plans to implement business solutions; monitors and communicates progress of project. Creates custom program designs to be coded and tested by information technology; develops and coordinates acceptance criteria with end users. Develops, with end users, test plans and procedures for implementation of added functionality, custom programs, and software upgrades and system patches; coordinates with information technology to test patches/updated logic and overall application upgrades. Creates end user reports utilizing the vendor's report writer and query tools; automates business process by using application workflow technology. Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete Job Description: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE IDEAL CANDIDATE : Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of: ERP System modules in finance, and/or accounting, and/or budgeting, and/or human resources, and/or payroll, and/or property tax. Business Process Reengineering (BPR). ERP business solution implementation. Problem diagnosis and troubleshooting techniques. Working knowledge of: Relational database theory and design. Security methods for managing ERP system access. Principles and practices of training. Principles and methods of automated records system management. Web-based business processes; such as, recruitment, procurement, employee self-serve, etc. Skill and Ability to: Develop, communicate and execute detailed project plans. Define and document business requirements. Configure ERP application or create custom software designs. Create reports utilizing ERP application reporting tools. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and maintain high levels of customer service. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; follow oral and written instructions. Read, understand, interpret and apply ERP system manuals. Work independently under limited supervision, exercise initiative within established procedural guidelines, and organize and prioritize work to meet established deadlines. Log and track new releases of software, associated functional upgrades and software patches. Coordinate implementation of new software releases, functional upgrades and software patches with information technology and end users. Write clear and concise instructions and training plans. Microsoft Office software including Access, Power Point, Excel and Word. 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:   Completion of all coursework leading to a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field AND Three years of experience in business systems analysis, design or management   OR   A graduate level degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, or a related field AND One year of experience in business system analysis, design, or management 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. 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, June 12, 2020   All application materials must be received by the priority screen date 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 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
Jun 01, 2021
Temporary
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Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Exam #: 18/60F89/06MM Application Filing Deadline: Continuous The Monterey County Probation Department is seeking experienced individuals to fill vacancies for Juvenile Institutions Officer II.  Incumbents in this classification are expected to work independently with general supervision. Must be able to provide counseling services and maintain safety and security for juveniles in custody. Other duties of the position include providing situational counseling according to individual and group needs, explaining and participating in the enforcement of facility rules and regulations, providing transportation to and from the institutions, supervising vocational work crews, and preparing written reports and evaluations.  Juvenile Institutions Officer II must have the ability to maintain consistent and regular attendance as well as the ability to work well with others. Serves as a mentor/coach for new Juvenile Institutions Officer I. To qualify for this position, you must have at least 12 months experience working as a Juvenile Institutions Officer I and/or equivalent position in a detention facility and have completed the required training (Juvenile CORE, S.T.C.). The eligible list established by this recruitment may be used to fill permanent or temporary vacancies as they arise. Examples of Duties Maintains discipline, security, safety and proper health measures for wards of juvenile institutions. Completes written reports and documentation pertaining to juvenile's progress and behavior. Develops, organizes and conducts recreational activities, work skill programs and counseling sessions. May be required to transport and supervise youth in and out of the facility. Physically intervenes in physical confrontations between youth or between youth and staff; and conducts searches as required. Conducts intake and release procedures. Examples of Experience/Education/Training MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must have completed required training for California Standards and Training for Corrections (S.T.C.) and be certified by the Corrections Standard Authority. Must have completed the Juvenile Institutions Officer core training course in the Standards and Training for Corrections Program, as demonstrated by satisfactory level of proficiency or relevant achievement tests. Must possess a certificate in Laws of Arrest, Search, and Seizure. The Ideal Candidate will Possess: Working knowledge of: Physical and psychological development patterns of children and adolescents;  Factors contributing to delinquent behaviors and attitudes of juveniles and adults; Techniques for supervising and directing work and leisure time activities; Practices and procedures utilized in the detention, custody and care of juvenile delinquents; Principles and practices of counseling within a rehabilitative setting; Basic interviewing and investigative techniques and procedures; Principles and practices of First Aid and CPR. Skill and Ability to: 1. Maintain objective attitude and relationships with delinquent juveniles and probationers; 2. Interview and counsel individuals from diverse social, economic and ethnic backgrounds; 3. Write clear and concise reports of observations and incidents; 4. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; 5. Respond appropriately to stressful and potentially violent situations. 6. Ability to lift, carry, or drag heavy objects such as a disabled person or equipment Desirable Abilities: Bilingual communication skill in Spanish/English is highly desirable. Additional Information Working Conditions: May come in contact with infectious organisms, such as body fluids, blood, waste material and contaminated water; may be exposed to or come in contact with chemical materials such as toxic fumes, allergens or dust.   Conditions of Employment: Work flexible hours, including shift work, weekends and holidays as required by assignment. Wear a uniform, and use officer safety equipment as required by assignment. Possess a valid California Class C Driver's License by time of appointment and have a satisfactory driving record.  Pre-employment requirements include, but are not limited to:  Must satisfactorily meet the standards of Monterey County Probation Department Hiring Authority in the following: Background Investigation, Pre-employment Drug and Alcohol Test, Physical Agility Test, and Psychological Evaluation.   Juvenile Institutions Officer II positions have Peace Officer status, and the following requirements in Government Code 1029, 1029.1, 1031 and Penal Code 830.5 shall apply. Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.  Must be at least 18 years of age.  High School diploma or GED (average standard score of 45, with no score less than 35). No felony convictions.   APPLICATION SUBMITTAL & SELECTION PROCEDURES or PROCESSES 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 All application materials must be received.  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.   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Department 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA  93901 Phone:  831-755-5116       FAX:  831-757-5792  Job Hotline: Salinas (831) 755-5126 or Monterey (831) 647-7726 Or APPLY ON-LINE at  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel BENEFITS Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package (M Bargaining Unit) including: Health Insurance:  Flexible Benefit Allowance Retirement Plan:  New PERS members: 2% @ 57 Retirement Plan.  10% of PERS contribution is paid by Employee. Paid Holidays:  10 days per year + Christmas Eve when Dec. 24th falls on Mon-Thurs. Floating Holiday:  1 Vacation:  Maximum of 12 days per year for the first 2 years.  The rate increases after 2, 10, 18, 21, 25 years of service. Paid Sick Leave:  10 days per year Life Insurance:  $10,000 term paid by the County Deferred Compensation:  the County has a voluntary deferred compensation program Disability:  The County participates in this program Medicare: The County participates in this program   Further information regarding benefits may be obtained from our web site at  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel .  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 or M Unit Memorandum of Understanding prevail over this listing.  If you are hired into a temporary position in this classification, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed above.   NOTE: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Management Analyst for the Probation Office at (831) 755-3916. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States.                       THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: March 22, 2021 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 21/60B01T/03KK 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 Service, Collaborative Courts, Mobile Crisis and Acute Psychiatry 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: At time of application: Education: Possession, or ability to obtain within three months, a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work Or Possession (or obtain within three months) a Master's Degree which qualifies for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. At time of hire: Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work Or Possession of 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. 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 persons with disabilities. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-4502. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Jun 01, 2021
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: March 22, 2021 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 21/60B21/03KK SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) candidates to work as part of care teams serving children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker II. The Psychiatric Social Worker II is the advanced level position for the Psychiatric Social Worker series. Candidates appointed to the Psychiatric Social Worker II level are expected to perform high quality psychiatric assessments, diagnosis and clinical interventions in inpatient and community settings to children, adolescents, and adults. 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 clinical 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 Service, Collaborative Courts, Mobile Crisis and Acute Psychiatry 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 5150, outpatient treatment or placement in another facility. 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 practices for services to clients with serious mental illness or severe emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children. Psychological diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality 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 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 services utilizing evidence-based practice skills. Lead treatment planning meetings for clinical staff. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning and/or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and be able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted with established guidelines. Provide consultation and mentor staff on best practices. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools, and other organizations. Work collaboratively within 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 Strong application of diagnostic skills using DSM 5 Strong ability to apply and utilize evidence-based and best-practice interventions Strong assessment skills 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 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 licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE) 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 and licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE). In accordance with HIPPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI). Comply with the California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Pursuant to Section 5751.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Possession of a current California License as a Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage Family Child Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Psychologist For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www.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 Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions Or apply on-line at https://www2.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. 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 persons with disabilities. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-4502. Closing Date/Time: Continuous