Oakland, California, United States
Ride BART to a satisfying career that lets you both: 1) make a difference to Bay Area residents, and 2) enjoy excellent pay, benefits and employment stability. BART is looking for people who like to be challenged, work in a fast paced environment, and have a passion for connecting over 400,000 daily riders to work, school and other places they need to go. BART offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and the CalPERS retirement program. Department BART Police Department Pay and Benefits BART offers comprehensive compensation and benefits programs. Benefits include CalPERS pension; excellent medical (effective January 1, 2020 current employee cost $150.44 monthly for most plans), vision, and dental coverage; supplemental insurances; paid holidays and vacation; as well as two investment programs, one of which is entirely funded by BART. BART does not participate in Social Security. Complimentary BART passes for employee and qualifying dependents. Pay Rate $112,707.00 Minimum to $170,751.00 Maximum (Non-Represented Pay Band 8) Note: Initial salary offer will likely be between $135,000.00/year - $152,169.44/year (commensurate with experience). Posted Date March 9, 2020 Closing Date April 17, 2020 Reports To Director of Security Programs Days Off Saturday and Sunday Who May Apply All current BART employees and qualified individuals who are not yet BART employees. Current Assignment The Manager of Emergency Management Services is responsible for developing and maintaining a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan that includes prevention/mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery initiatives for the District's Emergency Management Services Program. The position serves as the liaison representing the District with various federal, state and local entities supporting all aspects of the District's Emergency Preparedness Program; provides education, training, and outreach to internal and external stakeholders ensuring that the District is prepared to respond to natural and man-made disasters and is responsible for providing highly complex administrative support to the Chief of Police and General Manager; and performs related duties as assigned. The ideal candidate should demonstrate the following qualifications including but not limited to: 1. Operations of a comprehensive emergency preparedness management program, preferably in a transit environment 2. Strong skills and experience in the principles and practices of policy development, implementation and administration 3. Excellent communication, coordination and interpersonal skills in building partnerships with internal and external contacts 4. Must have completed required National Incident Management System (NIMS)/ Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) training and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) courses, Incident Command System (ICS) 100, 200, 700, and 800 5. Strong experience developing, implementing, and administering goals, objectives and procedures 6. Experience and skill in identifying and responding to sensitive community and organizational issues, concerns and needs 7. Knowledge of current emerging emergency preparedness technologies and products and best practices for their use on transit systems 8. Knowledge and experience with current security related standards, protocols, and procedures for employees and patrons of a major metropolitan transit system Please Note: -Master's level degree in criminal justice, security administration, business or public administration is preferred -Must possess a completed POST Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) certificate or (will be required to complete within one year of appointment) -Must have completed ICS 300 and 400 courses or (will be required to complete within two year of appointment) Essential Job Functions 1) Supports the District with emergency preparedness functions and programs, including the study and analysis of vulnerability to disaster and response capabilities, long-term disaster mitigation plans and programs. 2) Maintains the operational readiness of key District facilities and systems for emergency operations, and manages compliance with the NIMS/SEMS, NIMSCAST and other rules and regulations. 3) Assists with the selection, identification, purchasing, and ongoing maintenance of Office of Emergency Services equipment and supplies. 4) Provides training of staff and volunteers, including those assigned to the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and other such key roles. Ensures that regular EOC training, drills and exercises are conducted. 5) Ensures that the EOC, the Mobile EOC (MEOC), and other such key facilities and assets are well maintained and capable of supporting operations during a disaster or major emergency (in cooperation with the External Affairs/Communications Department, the Police Department Support Services Division (Public Safety Answering Point, 911 Dispatch Communications Center) and other groups. 6) Supports the District with reports to the Board, coordinates with media relations, and coordinates with Public Information Officers (PIO), and other Communication Department staff as necessary. 7) Stays current with emerging and established technologies and products and evaluates both for suitability and effectiveness in addressing the District's emergency preparedness needs. 8) Attends and participates in professional meetings; stays abreast of regulations, trends, and innovations in the field of transportation emergency preparedness. Minimum Qualifications Education: Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Emergency Management, Transportation Safety or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Experience: Five (5) years of (full-time) emergency management or related experience which must include two (2) years of supervisory experience. Other Requirements: Must have completed required Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) courses (IS 100, 200, 700, and 800) Must work to complete ICS 300 and 400 courses within two years of appointment Must complete POST Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) certificate within one year of appointment Must be physically able to perform field inspections and investigations Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, holidays and overtime, and respond to emergency situations and calls Must pass comprehensive background investigation and pre-employment polygraph examination Substitution: Additional professional experience, as outlined above, may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis. A Bachelor's degree is preferred Knowledge of: Principles of a comprehensive emergency preparedness management program, preferably in a transit environment Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) Principles and practices of security-related oversight, compliance, and enforcement Principles and practices of policy development, implementation and administration Safety and emergency operations and procedures Current and emerging emergency preparedness technologies and products and best practices for their use on transit systems Current security related standards, protocols, and procedures for employees and patrons of a major metropolitan transit system Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration Related federal, state and local laws and regulations Incident Command Center (ICS) forms Implementing response planning and recovery Emergency Preparedness Skill/Ability in: Developing and managing a comprehensive emergency preparedness management system, preferably in a transit environment Developing, implementing, and administering goals, objectives and procedures Identifying and responding to sensitive community and organizational issues, concerns and needs Researching, analyzing and evaluating new methods and techniques Planning and overseeing implementation of security programs Preparing and administering complex budgets Interpreting and applying applicable Federal, State and local policies, laws and regulations Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Teaching a high value skill set Implementing response and recovery plan Selection Process Applications will be screened to assure that minimum qualifications are met. Those applicants who meet minimum qualifications will then be referred to the hiring department for the completion of further selection processes. The selection process for this position may include a skills/performance demonstration, a written examination, and a panel and/or individual interview. The successful candidate must have an employment history demonstrating reliability and dependability; provide copies of certificates, diplomas or other documents as required by law, including those establishing his/her right to work in the U. S; pass a pre-employment medical examination which may include a drug and alcohol screen, and which is specific to the essential job functions and requirements. Pre-employment processing will also include a background check. (Does not apply to current full-time District employees unless specific job requires additional evaluations). Application Process External applicants may only apply online, at www.bart.gov/jobs. Applicants needing assistance with the online application process may receive additional information by calling (510) 464-6112. Current employees are strongly encouraged to apply online, either at www.bart.gov/jobs, or on WebBART. Current employees may also apply using a BART paper application by delivering the completed form to the Human Resources Department, or by mailing it to P. O. Box 12688, Oakland, CA 94604-2688. All applicants are asked to complete the application in full, indicating dates of employment, all positions held, hours worked, and a full description of duties. On line applicants are invited to electronically attach a resume to the application form to provide supplemental information, but should not consider the resume a substitute for the application form itself. Applications must be complete by the closing date and time listed on the job announcement. Equal Employment Opportunity The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 and above), religion, national origin (including language use restrictions), disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), ancestry, marital status, military status, veteran status, medical condition (cancer/genetic characteristics and information), or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws. The BART Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities or for religious reasons. Please advise the Human Resources Department of any special needs in advance of the examination by emailing at least 5 days before your examination date at email@example.com . Qualified veterans may be eligible to obtain additional veteran's credit in the selection process for this recruitment (effective Jan. 1, 2013). To obtain the credit, veterans must attach to the application a DD214 discharge document or proof of disability and complete/submit the Veteran's Preference Application no later than the closing date of the posting. For more information about this credit please go to the Veteran's Preference Policy and Application link at www.bart.gov/jobs. Other Information Please be prepared to present documentation in support of any required licenses, degrees, or certifications upon request. Note When you have successfully applied for this position you will receive an auto reply e-mail acknowledging that your application was received for this position. Please retain a copy of the e-mail for your records. If you receive an auto reply that does not specifically reference this position, please email Employment Help at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. 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TACOMA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Tacoma, WA, USA
Tacoma Public Schools Expected Start Date: As soon as possible FTE: 1.0 Hours per day: 7.5 Salary Level: Based on preparation level and experience per TEA Collective Bargaining Agreement Union/Days per year: Teacher, 180 work days, 10 month elem Benefits: This job has the full range of benefits offered by Tacoma Public Schools. Additional Information: This is a REPLACEMENT contract for no longer than the 2019-20 school year or until the employee returns from leave whichever occurs first. Position requires a valid WA State RN license and valid WA State School Nurse ESA certificate Summary: This position implements, manages, delivers and monitors school health services in assigned schools and programs; ensures compliance with professional nursing standards, practices and procedures; provides the fullest possible educational opportunity for each District student by minimizing absence due to illness and creating a climate of health and well-being in the District schools; collaborates with health professionals, agencies, staff, administrators, parents, students, and community partners; oversees student health information at assigned schools and programs required by District, state, and federal regulations; provides health education programs according to state law and standards for professional nursing. Responsibilities: ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Appraises, promotes, and protects the optimal health status of students and staff; gives relevant health instruction and information to individual students and staff; assists in the development of District health and education curricula and integrating health concepts into the total curricula; participates in the development of objectives, standards, and procedures in the school health program and in planning, implementing, and evaluating health services to be provided in each school. 2. Assesses the physical and emotional health of students as related to the educational process; manages health concerns within the scope of school nurse practice; initiates referrals for further diagnosis and treatment of identified health needs and provides follow up; coordinates and implements health screenings mandated by law and District policy, including referral and follow up; communicates student health concerns that may impact learning to appropriate staff with parent and/or student consent. 3. Obtains a health and developmental history for students, as necessary; uncovers health problems through screening, observations, and interviews; makes appropriate referrals and follow-up; maintains and performs data entry to ensure up-to-date cumulative health records for all students; prepares reports necessary to carry out the activities of the school health program; assists in maintaining all student immunization information; appraises and monitors immunization status of each student. 4. Provides individual and/or group health counseling to students, parents, and school personnel; serves as an advocate and resource for the health rights of students and as a professional liaison between the school, family, and the health community; assists students and parents in obtaining adequate medical, dental, and mental health care; maintains confidentiality regarding student and family information; promotes positive health practices through individual contacts and in the classroom; serves as a resource to classroom teachers; models healthful behaviors. 5. Identifies students showing evidence of abuse and/or neglect and reports to the administration and proper law enforcement agencies as required by District policy and state law; participates in school/community programs, including but not limited to, those relating to substance abuse and child abuse, which may include education, case finding, intervention, referral, and follow up. 6. Performs professional nursing tasks as needed, including, but not limited to, emergency services and supportive care for both staff and students. 7. Provides direction to school staff regarding student and/or staff health issues, e.g., communicable disease control and dispensing of medications. 8. Provides lead direction to Health Room Assistant Nurses, Health Clerks, and Office Professionals; delegates health services responsibilities; instructs and evaluates the work performance of health room volunteers; acts as a preceptor for nursing students. 9. Performs initial and the re-evaluation of Special Education health appraisals and parent interviews; contacts physician to obtain health impairment statements; works as a member of the multidisciplinary assessment team to assess student health status and make appropriate recommendations for modifications of students' individualized education plans (IEPs) and 504 plans; provides for the health needs of medically fragile children in the least restrictive environment in accordance with IEP and 504 requirements; develops student health care plans as needed. 10. Administers first aid care in accordance within established guidelines for ill, medically fragile, and injured students; follows -up with parents and school personnel regarding school emergencies. 11. Develops protocol and monitors safe administration of medication as mandated by state law and District policy; delegates tasks and presents training to staff including, but not limited to, administration of medication, tube feedings, clean intermittent catheterization, basic coverage/ first aid in the health room, and Careplan review/training. 12. Requisitions and replaces health supplies and equipment; oversees maintenance of a sanitary and safe environment in the health room; assists in maintaining order and discipline in the health room. 13. Cooperates with administrators, school custodians, and other staff to identify school safety and sanitation needs; assists with the development and implementation of improvements. 14. Initiates and/or participates as appropriate in research and data collection related to education and health care services; completing District, state and federal reporting, as necessary. OTHER JOB DUTIES 1. Performs nursing procedures as needed, e.g., clean intermittent catheterizations, tube feeding, trach suctioning, administering medications requiring a licensed professional, diabetic care, and delegation. Provides delegation, training, and supervision as appropriate in alignment with District, state, and federal requirements. 2. Maintains professional competence through continuing education activities; maintains nursing license, ESA certification, and first aid and CPR certifications; keeps appraised of current legislation pertaining to School Nurse Practice; maintains membership in professional organizations, preferred; attends building staff meetings; participates in staff development training as assigned. 3. Performs related duties as assigned by the building principal and/or Administrator of Health Services. 4. Regular, reliable, predictable attendance or physical presence is an essential job requirement and critical to the performance of the work. REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS Reports to the building principal and Health Services Administrator, or another assigned administrator. May delegate to professional staff, as directed. CONDITIONS Experiences frequent interruptions; may be required to work outdoors in inclement weather; required to deal with distraught parents/students and difficult situations and/or people; may be exposed to infectious diseases and blood-borne pathogens; required to travel between schools; needs to be physically and mentally able to carry out the work; stands, walks, runs, stoops, bends, reaches, squats, and crawls to attend to ill or injured students; lifts up to 25 pounds, and team lift up to 50 pounds, carries, and positions ill and injured students; performs CPR. AFFILIATION SALARY LEVEL FLSA TEA Teacher Salary Schedule Exempt Minimum Qualifications Other information: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience Bachelor's degree in nursing from an accredited college or university and School Nurse Certification; two years of pediatric, community health nursing, health education, nurse practitioner, or school-based nursing experience, preferred; or any combination of experience and training which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and ability required to perform the work. Licenses/Special Requirements Washington State Registered Nurse license. Washington State ESA School Nurse certificate. First aid and CPR certificates prior to starting employment. Valid Washington State driver's license and access to personal transportation. Fingerprints and successful WSP and FBI background clearance/sexual misconduct clearance. Must maintain all licenses and certifications as a condition of continued employment. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of basic first aid and health care practices and procedures, basic symptoms of communicable and other childhood diseases. Knowledge of basic principles of human growth and development. Knowledge of state and federal regulations regarding students in special education. Knowledge of professional nursing standards, practices and procedures. Knowledge of the proper storage, administration and dispensing of over the counter and prescription drugs, including controlled substances. Skill in assessing and identifying student health problems and ability to interpret these problems to parents and school staff. Skill in demonstrating sensitivity to the special needs of students and showing interest in working with children. Skills that are well developed in human relations required for communicating and dealing with diverse Students. Skill in exercising patience when conveying information to students having difficulty with verbal and written communications. Skill in oral and written interpersonal communication. Skills with efficient and effective use of personal computer and applicable software. Ability to communicate competently with tact and to listen effectively Ability to act as a liaison with health care professionals and community agencies. Ability to model healthful practices and good mental health attitudes. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to perform duties in accordance with established guidelines, local, state, and federal laws. Ability to stay calm under adverse circumstances and to calm others under stress. Ability to understand and perform the specific medical processes following developed oral and written protocols and procedures. Ability to plan and organize work. Ability to work without direct supervision within the guidelines of policy and procedure using discretion and good mature judgment. Ability to demonstrate reasonable, reliable and regular attendance. Ability to physically transfer students, according to proper procedures. Ability to walk, run, stoop, bend, squat, crawl, and lift up to 25 pounds, and team lift up to 50 pounds, carry, and position injured students. Ability to fulfill the needs of the job having physical strength and dexterity. Ability to monitor and control student behavior. Ability to understand and address students with special needs. Ability to work with student(s) of all ages with varied and diverse needs. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a variety of people in a multi-cultural diverse, socio-economic setting. Ability to participate, in a cooperative and collaborative manner as part of a team. CLASSIFICATION HISTORY New description created 1/4/98; edit to add, under KSA, attendance, under License, fingerprint and background clearance, revised 03/2018. Control # D40-29 This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Tacoma School District administration has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice. The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the primary functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise balance the workload. Tacoma Public Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Civil Rights Coordinator: Lisa Nolan, 253-571-1252, firstname.lastname@example.org; Title IX Coordinator: Eric Hogan, 253-571-1191, email@example.com; and 504 Coordinator: Elementary, Tracye Ferguson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 253-571-1096; Secondary, Jon Bell, email@example.com, 253-571-1225. Address: P.O. Box 1357, Tacoma, WA 98401-1357. HRInfo@tacoma.k12.wa.us, (253) 571-1250
Oakland, California, United States
Introduction This is a reinstatement, transfer or voluntary demotion opportunity for current and former regularly appointed employees of Alameda County. Reinstatement: Pursuant to Civil Service Rule 1744: On the request of a department head and approval of the Commission, a regularly appointed employee who resigned in good standing may, within three years after the effective date of his/her resignation, be reinstated in a position in the class from which he/she resigned or in a position in another class for which he/she may be eligible as determined by the Commission. Appointments by reinstatement following resignation are subject to the probationary period established for the class. You must have been a classified County employee in the same job code or in a job code at the same salary maximum and left the County in good standing. In addition, you must meet the minimum and special qualifications of the specific position. Transfer: You must be a current County classified employee in the same job code or in a job code with the same salary maximum for which you are applying. In addition, you must meet the minimum and special qualifications of the specific position. Voluntary Demotion: You must be a current County classified employee in a job code which is at a higher salary maximum than the vacancy for which you are applying. In addition, you must meet the minimum and special qualifications of the specific position. DESCRIPTION THE DEPARTMENT: The Alameda County Probation Department is an essential element of the County's system of public protection and human services. The Department's role is to reduce the impact of crime in the community by providing accurate, comprehensive and timely information and recommendations to the Courts, providing community-based sanctions and treatment for offenders, and working cooperatively with law enforcement agencies and community organizations with similar objectives. The Department provides a wide range of mandated and discretionary investigative, advisory, and supervisory services to adult and juvenile probationers pursuant to State law and the County Charter. THE POSITION: Under general direction, to provide supervision for administrative and operational functions in County departments or agencies; to provide complex professional-level operational, systems and administrative services to the County department or agency to which assigned; to facilitate the implementation of a wide variety of programs and projects; and to do related work as required. IDEAL CANDIDATE In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications stated below, the ideal candidate will have demonstrated a track record of success in the following areas: • Outstanding communication and listening skills that clearly articulate information verbally and in writing. • Sound decision maker with the ability to identify & understand complex problems and concepts. • Exceptional organizational skills, including the ability to effectively handle changing priorities. • An experienced manager with strong supervisory skills who is capable of instructing, focusing and guiding others in accomplishing performance and work goals and objectives. • Someone who has a proven track record of developing and maintaining effective relationships with others and who relates well to people of diverse cultures, styles, abilities, motivations, or backgrounds even in times of conflict. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS EITHER Experience: The equivalent of two years of full-time experience at the level of or higher than the class of Administrative Specialist II in the Alameda County classified service (non-classified includes District Attorney's Office, Hospital Authority, and the Consolidated Courts). Completion of the Alameda County Management Academy "Management & Supervision Certificate Program" may substitute for six (6) months of the required qualifying experience for the internal patterns. OR Education: The equivalent of graduation from a four-year accredited college or university (180 quarter units or 120 semester units) with major coursework in business or public administration, or a field related to the work. (Additional professional or paraprofessional administrative services experience may be substituted for the education on a year-or-year basis.) Experience: The equivalent of two years of full-time professional-level experience in independently planning, organizing and conducting administrative or management studies and providing ongoing administrative services at a level equivalent to the Alameda County classified service of Administrative Specialist II, preferably in a public agency setting. Some prior lead or supervisory experience is desirable. License: Possession of a California Motor Vehicle Operator's license. NOTE: The Civil Service Commission may modify the above Minimum Qualifications in the announcement of an examination. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS The most suitably qualified candidates will possess the following competencies: Knowledge of: • Supervisory principles, including work planning, direction and review. • Principles of public administration. • Practices and techniques of administrative analysis and report preparation. • Computer applications related to the work. • Budgetary and financial record-keeping techniques. • Office administrative practices and procedures, including records management and the operation of standard office equipment. • Basic public personnel, purchasing and contract administration practices. Ability to: • Plan, supervise, review and evaluate the work of others through subordinate supervision. • Train others in work procedures. • Plan and conduct administrative and operational studies. • Research, compile and summarize varied information, evaluate alternatives and reach sound conclusions. • Interpret, explain and apply complex policies, regulations and procedures. • Prepare clear and accurate reports, correspondence, procedures and other written materials. • Represent the department and the County in meetings with others. • Organize and prioritize work and meet critical deadlines. • Maintain accurate records and files. • Exercise sound independent judgment within established policies and guidelines. • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work. BENEFITS Alameda County offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that affords wide-ranging health care options to meet the different needs of a diverse workforce and their families. We also sponsor many different employee discount, fitness and health screening programs focused on overall well being. These benefits include but are not limited to*: For your Health & Well-Being Medical - HMO & PPO Plans Dental - HMO & PPO Plans Vision or Vision Reimbursement Share the Savings Basic Life Insurance Supplemental Life Insurance (with optional dependent coverage for eligible employees) Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance County Allowance Credit Flexible Spending Accounts - Health FSA, Dependent Care and Adoption Assistance Short-Term Disability Insurance Long-Term Disability Insurance Voluntary Benefits - Accident Insurance, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity and Legal Services Employee Assistance Program For your Financial Future Retirement Plan - (Defined Benefit Pension Plan) Deferred Compensation Plan (457 Plan or Roth Plan) For your Work/Life Balance 11 paid holidays Floating Holidays Vacation and sick leave accrual Vacation purchase program Management Paid Leave** Catastrophic Sick Leave Group Auto/Home Insurance Pet Insurance Commuter Benefits Program Guaranteed Ride Home Employee Wellness Program (e.g. At Work Fitness, Incentive Based Programs, Gym Membership Discounts) Employee Discount Program (e.g. theme parks, cell phone, etc.) Child Care Resources 1 st United Services Credit Union *Eligibility is determined by Alameda County and offerings may vary by collective bargaining agreement. This provides a brief summary of the benefits offered and can be subject to change. ** Non-exempt management employees are entitled to up to three days of management paid leave. Exempt management employees are entitled to up to seven days of management paid leave. Conclusion TO APPLY Please note this reinstatement & transfer opportunity may close at any time and we encourage you to apply immediately. 1. Complete an application template in JobAps through the following link: https://jobapscloud.com/Alameda/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=00&R2=AF000&R3=01 2. Submit a PDF copy of your completed application, along with a cover letter, to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. If you have any questions regarding this announcement, please send your contact information and specific inquiries to email@example.com or call (510) 268-7980. Alameda County is an Equal Opportunity Employer Closing Date/Time: Continuous