Examples of Duties Desirable Experience:
Experience managing health, social, government services and programs preferably state/federal mandated programs. Experience in providing consultation and guidance to individuals and/or community groups. Experience in maintaining professional rapport with a variety of stakeholders including, but not limited to, public and private agencies, community organizations and professional groups. Desirable Education:
Any combination equivalent to experience and training that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities would be qualifying or graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree. Desirable License:
Possess a valid California driver's license Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
- Supervise and manage staff as required.
- Plan, design and implement systems.
- Modify existing systems in response to changes in the County's operational environment and/or regulatory changes.
- Act as liaison with other departments affected by systems changes.
- Provide system specifications and monitors the testing of the new or revised programs.
- Recommend changes to County policies and procedures if necessary to optimize the efficiencies of the Department's services.
- Perform all duties required to complete assigned project or systems changes.
- These duties may include but are not limited to: general administrative, fiscal, program, and data processing system analysis.
- Gather, tabulate, and analyze data.
- Interview and consult with departmental officials, employees and others to give and receive information.
- Provide training and technical assistance to other staff.
Minimum Qualifications Experience:
At least five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience in the system for which the specific department is requesting.Education:
Formal, advanced educational training in system of expertise is highly desirable.
Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Frequent operation of personal computer and other modern office equipment.
- Communicate effectively with others in person, in writing, and over the telephone.
- Analyze data, interpret policies, procedures and regulations, develop appropriate conclusions, and prepare reports.
- Meet deadlines under stressful conditions.
- Resolve conflicts and respond appropriately to complaints.
- Complete multiple priority projects with conflicting deadlines.
- Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations.
- Make presentations.
- Train staff.
- Repetitive motion, sitting for long periods, walking.
- Occasional standing, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing.
- Lifting - Frequently 5 pounds or less; occasionally 5 to 30 pounds.
- Constant good overall vision and reading and close-up work.
- Frequent color perception and use of eye/hand coordination.
- Occasional use of depth perception and peripheral vision.
- Normal dexterity with frequent writing.
- Frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone, talking in person.
- Frequent decision making, concentration, and public contact.
- Some assignments may require working weekends, nights, and/or occasional overtime.
- Occasional exposure to noise; occasional contact with dirt, dust, indoor cold and heat.
- Regular attendance is an essential function.
- Data processing techniques and capabilities.
- Data analysis and program planning and evaluation.
- Principles of public fiscal administration.
- Principles of staff management, supervision, and training.
- Organization and functions of the various County departments and political subdivisions.
- Political legislative processes.
- Codes, regulations, ordinances and laws governing the operations of the County and other governmental entities.
FAMILY CARE LEAVE
- Plan, design, and implement complex automated systems.
- Analyze, develop and/or modify procedures and systems.
- Establish project development schedules and coordinate the effort of affected staff activities to attained desired goals and objectives.
- Evaluate manual work assignments and work flows to determine if cost effective automated alternatives could be implemented.
Family Care Leave applies to all employees who work 1250 or more hours in any twelve month period.
HEALTH PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE
Extra-help employees are not entitled to County-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program benefits and are not eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan.
Extra-help employees are not entitled to pay or receive reimbursement from the County for Jury Duty.
PAID TIME BENEFITS
Extra-help employees are not entitled to paid bereavement, vacation, or holidays.
PAID SICK LEAVE
Extra-help employees are entitled to accrue up to three (3) paid sick days (24 hours) in a 12-month period.
Extra-help employment earnings are not covered under Social Security. Merced County provides an alternate plan - Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - for extra-help employees who are otherwise not eligible for participation in the County's retirement system.
The County does provide benefits to those eligible under the State Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance statutes.
THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY.
For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682.