City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The Auditor's Office, an independent agency of the City and County of Denver, delivers independent, transparent and professional oversight in order to safeguard the public's investments in the City of Denver. Our in-depth publications look at how efficient and effective the city's services and programs are for the people of Denver and provide recommendations for improvement. Our work is performed on behalf of everyone who cares about the city, including its residents, workers and decision-makers. We provide a dynamic and collaborative work environment, excellent work-life balance, and professional development opportunities for our employees. The City and County of Denver's Auditor's Office is seeking seasoned Government Lead Internal Auditors. Under the general direction of the assigned Audit Supervisor, the Government Lead Internal Auditor executes performance, financial, and/or compliance audits and evaluations of local government functions and activities. The Government Lead Internal Auditor provides assistance to the Audit Supervisor with work prioritization, assignments, evaluation and quality control over Senior Auditors, Staff Auditors, and Audit Interns. The position may also conduct various non-audit services. Specific job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Conducting performance, financial, and/or compliance audits and evaluations of City and County departments and programs that include but are not limited to effectiveness, efficiency, public policy assessment, governance, internal control, and compliance objectives as defined by Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) promulgated by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). Assisting the Audit Supervisor and other team members with all aspects of audits and advisory services including project planning, fieldwork, report writing, and presentation of results. Assisting with the review of workpapers of other team members. Assisting the Audit Supervisor with day-to-day activities of each audit engagement and ensuring that project team members are conducting assigned audit work. Identifying and utilizing optimal performance audit and research methodologies in the execution of performance audits. Ensuring that work activities fully comply with GAGAS, the Audit Service Division's operating policies and procedures, ordinance and statute requirements. Producing high quality written products that synthesize and explain complex issues to a variety of audiences, staff, and Citizens of Denver. Performing audit-related presentations and briefings. Performing audit follow-up work for assigned audits. Conducting Division administrative tasks as requested. Contributes to the development of the performance enhancement plan, documents performance, provides performance feedback, and furnishes information for the formal performance evaluation. Documents situations which may be cause for disciplinary action and provides this information to the Supervisor. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. The Auditor's Office is a dynamic environment that seeks innovative ideas that promote effective, efficient, and accountable government while maintaining the highest level of integrity. We offer competitive pay and excellent work/life balance. Our benefits package includes a pension plan, a generous PTO program, subsidized RTD Eco Pass, 10 holidays plus 1 personal holiday per year, and several medical insurance options. The Auditor's Office allows our employees to work flexible work schedules. Many participate in a 9/80 work schedule, which provides for one flexible day off per pay period, which is truly an incredible privilege. We also provide excellent work/life balance in the Auditor's Office. We realize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Public Administration, Public Policy, Government Analytics, Business Administration, or related field. Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of professional level experience, including one year as a Senior Internal Auditor, auditing and evaluating business practices and processes to ensure compliance and efficiency. Education/Experience Equivalency: No substitution of experience for education is permitted. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for experience requirements. About You Experience in government performance, financial, compliance and contract audits, At least two years of working as a Senior Auditor, Familiarity and experience with GAGAS, A graduate degree, An applicable professional certification, such as CIA (Certified Internal Auditor), CPA (Certified Public Accountant), CGAP (Certified Government Auditing Professional), CRMA (Certification in Risk Management Assurance), or similar, Experience with Team Mate or other electronic work papers, Experience with data analytics, Project management and leadership experience, A college level auditing class. About Everything Else Job Profile CV2240 Internal Auditor Lead To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $68,512.00 - $109,619.00 Starting Pay Based on Education and Experience Agency Auditor's Office The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
401 Golden Shore, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA
Description: Chancellor's Office Statement Join our team at the California State University, Office of the Chancellor, and make a difference in providing access to higher education. We are currently seeking experienced candidates for the position of Director of Summer Arts. The CSU Chancellor's Office, located on the waterfront adjacent to the Aquarium of the Pacific in downtown Long Beach, is the headquarters for the nation's largest and most diverse system of higher education. The CSU Chancellor's Office offers a premium benefit package that includes outstanding vacation, health, and dental plans; a fee waiver education program; membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS); and 14 paid holidays a year. Salary Commensurate with qualifications and experience. Position Information The California State University, Office of the Chancellor, is seeking a Director of Summer Arts to lead and manage the artistic, academic, financial activities and personnel of CSU Summer Arts and the CSU Media Arts Festival. The incumbent serves to envision and implement programmatic excellence and innovation through offerings in multi- and inter-disciplinary arts, ensuring student access to advanced artistic and personal development. Responsibilities Under the general direction of the Assistant Vice Chancellor of International, Summer Arts and Senate Liaison the Director of Summer Arts will perform tasks and duties as follows: Artistic Direction and Supervision: Research, select, and contract a well-balanced and excellent performance/exhibition roster and schedule of teaching-artists and programs. Prepare artists with background on and expectations of the program. In- session, directly observe teaching interactions, problem-solve as needed, and provide feedback on learning outcomes. Serve as special host to teaching artists. Academic and Student Affairs: Research, recruit, select, contract, prepare, and supervise teaching faculty (course coordinators). Review all course syllabi for well-stated learning outcomes and transferability. In-session, directly observe teacher-student interactions, problem-solve as needed, and provide periodic teaching-learning evaluations for course coordinators and students. Structure and present yearly program evaluation. Oversee all student affairs with the assistant director. Financial Planning, Analysis, and Accountability: Evaluate and report program budget planning, expenditures, and ROI for 6 funds. Oversight and approval of reconciliations for all allocations, donations, student fee income, expenditures for Summer Arts and subsidiary programs. Review invoice requests and student fees receipts for compliance with standards of good practice. With business manager, maintain financial relationships with agencies outside the CO. Hold monthly budget meetings with business manager, quarterly meetings with AVC. Human Resource Development and Supervision: Hire, train, direct, and evaluate a year-round staff of 8 positions. Develop, monitor, and mentor professional development plans for year-round staff. During summer, monitor hiring and provide direct and indirect supervision and evaluation for a seasonal staff of 200 faculty, artists, and technicians. Resource Development: Working with the Community Board, assistant director, and the community relations specialist, support and provide direction for diversified resource development, including local fundraising (individuals, foundations, businesses) and sponsored programs (NEA, NEH). Stewardship of donors. Maintain current case statement for capacity building. Intra- and External Affairs: Develop and maintain key relationships needed for scholarship development, recruiting, and production, (i.e., Arts Councils, Community Colleges, local businesses, schools districts, tech centers, supply vendors, international partners, deans, presidents, chairs, etc.). Steward and host all visits. Serve as advocacy officer for the organization and present public presentations/research. Work with Associated Students operations on each campus. Host Campus Relations and Risk Management: Provide direct and indirect support and maintain frequent communiqués for campus relationships, including development of the RFP, MOU, and operations manuals. Review with production manager and assistant director all issues of risk management in student and production operations. Ensure staff and faculty training for compliance with student and staff policies: maintain documentation and communication with appropriate authorities. Qualifications This position requires: -A Graduate degree from an accredited university in the visual arts, performing arts, or a related field (terminal degree or equivalent preferred) -Five years of administrative experience including financial planning, program development, supervising, and organizing. Knowledge of all arts disciplines, visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, art technology, and STEAM. -University teaching experience -Curriculum development experience -Program Development and assessment -Experience in fundraising management and proposal development. Knowledge of ethical practice in donor relations needed for fundraising activity. -Demonstrated ability to organize and prioritize multiple simultaneous responsibilities -Excellent interpersonal skills and experience working collaboratively with all levels of leadership or management, campus advisors, faculty, and colleagues -Minimum of 5 years supervisory experience to include demonstrated experience effectively managing staff, including training and developing staff, motivating staff, and performance management. Application Period Resumes will be accepted until February 26, 2020 or until job posting is removed. How To Apply To apply for this position, click on the link at the top of the screen Equal Employment Opportunity The university is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, National origin, sex, sexual orientation, covered veteran status, or any other protected status. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for qualified applicants with disabilities who self-disclose by contacting the Senior Human Resources Manager. E-Verify This position requires new hire employment verification to be processed through the E-Verify program administered by the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (DHSUSCIS)' in partnership with the Social Security Administration (SSA). If hired, you will be required to furnish proof that you are legally authorized to work in the United States. Mandated Reporter Per CANRA The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. Conflict of Interest The duties of this position will include participation in decisions that may have a material financial benefit to the incumbent. Therefore, the selected candidate will be required to file Conflict of Interest Form 700: Statement of Economic Interest when they first occupy the position, and on an annual basis, complete ethics training within 6 months of appointment, and attend this training every other year thereafter. Background The Chancellor's Office policy requires that the selected candidate successfully complete a full background check (including a criminal records check) prior to assuming this position. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Orange County, CA
Orange County, CA, United States
NATURAL RESOURCES INFORMATION COORDINATOR (SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES SPECIALIST) The deadline to apply to this recruitment has been extended until Friday, April 10, 2020 at 11:59pm PST. In addition to performance-based merit increases, this position is scheduled to receive salary range increases on the following dates: Effective July 3, 2020 - 2.5% increase Effective July 2, 2021 - 2.5% increase Effective July 1, 2022 - 3.5% increase Mandatory Employee Retirement Contributions will decrease on the following dates: Effective July 3, 2020 - 1.2% decrease Effective July 2, 2021 - 1.2% decrease Salary may be negotiable within the range listed above, based on position requirements and successful candidate's qualifications, subject to appropriate authorization. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC This recruitment is being held to establish an open eligible list to fill current and future Sr. Environmental Resources Specialist vacancies within the County of Orange. The eligible list established may also be used to fill similar and lower level classifications throughout the County of Orange. DEADLINE TO APPLY Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately, as the recruitment will close on Friday , March 20, 2020 at 11:59 PM (PST). THE COUNTY The County of Orange is a regional service provider and planning agency whose core businesses include public safety, public health, environmental protection, regional planning, public assistance, social services and aviation. OC COMMUNITY RESOURCES (OCCR) OC Community Resources is a multi-faceted department comprised of OC Animal Care, OC Community Services, OC Housing & Community Development, OC Parks, and OC Public Libraries. OC PARKS OC Parks encompasses regional, wilderness and historical facilities, as well as coastal areas throughout the County of Orange in California. Featuring 60,000 acres of parkland, open space and shoreline, Orange County's award-winning parks and programs are enjoyed by millions of residents and visitors each year, in ways as diverse as the parks themselves. THE OPPORTUNITY Under general supervision, theNatural Resources Information Coordinator will provide a wide range of professional support toOC ParksNatural Resources Management & Operations Group, within the Planning and Design Division.Responsibilities of the Natural Resources Group include: planning, implementing and overseeing department-wide natural resource initiatives, programs and projects; conducting natural resources training and advisement; reviewing plans and permits, providing quality assurance and collaborating with partners. The Natural Resources Information Coordinator will develop and oversee multiple programs tracking and reporting environmental regulatory compliance and natural lands management activities, plan and permit reviews, and management success measures. The incumbent will also conduct geospatial mapping, planning and analysis, perform technical data analysis and management, create and manage quality control systems and assist with development of workflows, performance measures and other natural resource strategic initiatives. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: Information System Development &Oversight Serve as data keeper, managing natural resources data ( e.g. , rare, threatened and endangered species, habitat restoration and mitigation, weed control, etc .), retention records, Master Plans and Best Management Practices Integrate and manage various information systems ( e.g ., Calflora, California Natural Diversity Database, iNaturalist, GIS, Smartsheets, share-drives, etc. ) and tools ( e.g. , desktop computers, tablets, GPS units, etc .) to fully meet information collection, tracking and reporting needs Develop and implement data management plan for OC Comprehensive Restoration Plan Develop tracking and reporting tools related to performance success measures Develop work flows and tracking for the phases of natural resource and land management projects Enable real-time updates to Master Plans, natural resource plans and Best Management Practices Provide training for staff to use developed tools, workflows and processes Regulatory Compliance, Tracking & Reporting Develop programs, systems and processes to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws and agreements Oversee regulatory compliance and reporting obligations ( e.g ., mitigation projects, conservation plans, easements and other land-use agreements) Develop, track and report natural resource strategic goals and performance success measures Compile and analyze technical information for input to information systems and reporting Automate and track pertinent plan and permit reviews Habitat Restoration Programs & Initiatives Support habitat restoration and invasive plant control programs through GIS and data analysis, summary reports, and quality assurance/control of plant survey and treatment data through Calflora Collect and organize historical and current natural resource data and maintain with updated information Perform environmental modeling and forecasting exercises to inform naturalresource decisions Prepare and present comprehensive oral and written reports with related data visualization products ( e.g ., maps, tables, charts, graphs, story boards) and fact sheets to support natural resource management decisions and outreach efforts Develop processes to track and update Natural Resource Best Management Practices in Parks and associated performance success measures Oversee quality control for habitat restoration, weed control and mapping efforts Improve systems and processes to support early detection and rapid response to non-native, invasive weed issues Support natural resource grant applications and track completion of grant obligation activities Provide review and recommendations for natural resource projects, including monitoring, tracking and reporting methods Provide technical representation and convene working groups with partners such as Natural Communities Coalition, California State Parks, Irvine Ranch Conservancy and UC Irvine to collaborate on natural resource programs and initiatives Support coordination and communication with natural resources partners Support development, implementation and long-term management of OC Comprehensive Restoration Plan Contracts Management & Budgeting Develop natural resource-related contracts and oversee consultant and contractor work Coordinate associated communications, budgets, proposals, and permits for natural resource projects DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONSAND CORE COMPETENCIES The ideal candidate shall possess two (2) years of experience working with databases and technology related to management of open space lands. The ideal candidate's application will also demonstrate extensive experience, knowledge, and ability in the following core competencies: Technical Knowledge | Natural Resources Principles of Ecology Orange County native and invasive plant species identification Southern California vegetation communities Principles of habitat restoration Weed management strategies Rare and sensitive species management Preparing informational, scientific, technical, and compliance reports Endangered Species Act, California Coastal Act, Fish and Wildlife Code, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Clean Water Act Regulatory permitting processes Federal, State, and County laws, regulations and policies governing wildlife and habitat components Natural Communities Conservation Plans, Habitat Conservation Plans Technical Knowledge | Information Management Systems Geographic Information System (GIS) Web-based applications and databases to support data management and integration Microsoft Office Suite Methods of scientific research and analysis Methods of monitoring habitat values Statistical techniques and their applications Analytical Thinking | Judgment Understand and follow oral and written technical instructions Strong attention to detail, organization skills and time management Analyze problems and adopt an effective course of action Plan, organize, and direct the work of others Sound judgment seeking out resources and/or consulting with others to gain and share information Proactive planning and alignment of all undertakings with organizational vision Effective management of competing priorities while meeting established deadlines Innovation and creativity with a solution focus Awareness of natural resource trends to seek and implement best practices with an emphasis on organizational effectiveness and efficiency Leadership | Teamwork & Communication Effective working relationships with all levels of County staff, contractors, partners, and public Initiative and innovative leadership effectively working within a government structure Empower, mentor and coach staff, contractors, consultants, and volunteers Track record of achieving organizational results Positive image of the organization and working effectively with the community in formal and informal settings Operate independently and collaboratively Communicate effectively orally and in writing with a range of audiences Undertake and complete assignments on time, within budget and policy, with a positive attitude MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Please click here to view the minimum qualifications for Senior Environmental Resources Specialist . RECRUITMENT PROCESS Human Resource Services (HRS) screens all application materials for minimum and/or desirable qualifications. After screening, applicants who meet the minimum and/or desirable qualifications will be referred to the next step in the recruitment process. All applicants will be notified via email of their status in the process. Structured Oral Interview |SOI (Weighted 100%) Candidates will be interviewed and rated by an oral interview panel of job knowledge experts. Each candidate's rating will be based on responses to a series of questions designed to elicit the candidate's qualifications for the job. Only the most successful candidates will be placed on to the eligible list. Based on the Department's needs, the selection procedures above may be modified. Candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. Eligible List Once the assessment has been completed, HRS will establish an eligible list of candidates. Candidates placed on the eligible list may be referred to selection interview to be considered for present and future vacancies. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EMAIL NOTIFICATION Email is the primary form of notification during the recruitment process. Please ensure your correct email address is included in our application and use only one email account. NOTE: User accounts are established for one person only and should not be shared with another person. Multiple applications with multiple users may jeopardize your status in the recruitment process for any positions for which you apply. Candidates will be notified regarding their status as the recruitment proceeds via email through the GovernmentJobs.com site. Please check your email folders, including spam/junk folders, and/or accept emails ending with "governmentjobs.com" and "ocgov.com." If your email address should change, please update your profile at www.governmentjobs.com . FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Click here for additional Frequently Asked Questions. Questions? For specific information pertaining to this recruitment, contact Freddy Jimenez at 714-480-2863 or by email at Freddy.Jimenez@occr.ocgov.com . EEO INFORMATION Orange County, as an equal employment opportunity employer, encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Closing Date/Time: 4/10/2020 11:59 PM Pacific