County of El Dorado

The County of El Dorado is a charter county and employs more than 1,800 employees with an all funds operating budget of approximately $605 million. The governing body is the Board of Supervisors which is comprised of elected representatives from each of the five voting districts.

El Dorado County encompasses 1,786 square miles that range from the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley to the peaks of the Sierra-Nevada’s. Our western border is 30 minutes from the State Capitol and only 20 minutes away from over one million acres of breathtaking national forest. The vast size of our county also means that our offices are spread from El Dorado Hills to South Lake Tahoe. Of course, our services are not just office-based, as the County of El Dorado also maintains the famous Rubicon Trail, manages the whitewater recreation on the South Fork of the American River, educates visitors on our Gold Rush days at the El Dorado County Historical Museum, and provides many other services to our residents and visitors.

 

 

25 job(s) at County of El Dorado

County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Dec 02, 2020
Full Time
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO This recruitment is being conducted to fill current and future full time and extra help vacancies in the Placerville and South Lake Tahoe Offices. If hired as Extra Help this position may transition into a regular employee if the conditions of Personnel Rule 1103.1 are met. Positions will require you to work evenings, nights, weekends and/or holidays. Candidates may be assigned to Placerville or South Lake Tahoe, depending on the needs of the Sheriff's Office at the time of hire. If it is determined that you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be invited to participate in the written examination. The Written Exam will be scheduled the week of January 11th, 2021 . No other dates will be offered. The eligibility list will be ranked by Written Examination score. PRIOR TO CONDITIONAL JOB OFFER, APPLICANTS WILL UNDERGO A LENGTHY AND THOROUGH BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION. DEFINITION Under immediate or general supervision, performs the full range of specialized clerical and technical duties to support law enforcement including, but not limited to, inmate booking and processing, legal document processing (crime records, report processing, warrants, civil process, etc.); monitors jail entrance and exit; provides administrative support to various areas within the Sheriff's Office such as receptionist, injury and illness, fleet, etc.; and performs related duties as assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives immediate or general supervision from assigned supervisory or management personnel. Exercises no direct supervision over staff. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS Sheriff's Technician I: This is the entry-level classification in the Sheriff's Technician class series. Initially under immediate supervision, incumbents learn and perform a variety of routine duties of clerical and technical sheriff administrative and programmatic duties. As experience is gained, assignments become more varied, complex, and difficult; immediate supervision becomes more general and frequent review of work lessens as an incumbent demonstrates skill to perform the work independently. Positions at the I-level usually perform most of the duties required of the positions at the II-level, but are not expected to function at the same skill level and usually exercise less independent discretion and judgment in matters related to work procedures and methods. Work is generally supervised while in progress and fits an established structure or pattern. Exceptions or changes in procedures are explained in detail as they arise. Sheriff's Technician II: This is the fully qualified journey-level classification in the Sheriff's Technician class series. Incumbents are fully competent to independently perform a full range of clerical and technical sheriff administrative and programmatic duties. Positions at the II-level are distinguished from the I-level by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned, working independently under less supervision than the I-level, and exercising judgment and initiative. Positions at this level receive only general instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. This class is further distinguished form Sr. Sheriff's Technician in that the latter provides technical and functional direction to lower-level administrative support staff and is responsible for the more complex work and assignments. Positions in the Sheriff's Technician class series are flexibly staffed and positions at the II-level are normally filled by advancement from the I-level, after gaining the knowledge, skill, and experience which meet the qualifications for, and after demonstrating the ability to, perform the work of the higher-level class. Examples of Essential Functions Examples of Duties (Illustrative Only) Performs a variety of specialized legal and administrative clerical and technical duties in areas such as coroner support, sick leave reporting, investigations and patrol personnel support, etc. Receives, reviews, and processes various civil papers such as summons, subpoenas, notices, court orders, citations, warrants, and civil writs of attachment, execution, restitution, orders, and claim and delivery; examines legal documents for form, sufficiency of information, and conformance with legal requirements. Oversees and tracks preventive maintenance service for vehicle fleet; submits request for service; processes purchase request for service on vehicles; coordinates pickup and delivery of patrol vehicles for service, repair, or equipment installations; maintains a list of vehicles and assignment of vehicles; coordinates, maintains, and monitors the fleet budget. Monitors and tracks the monthly vehicle mileage for all Sheriff's Office vehicles. Compiles data from multiple sources to complete and process forms, documents, and reports in accordance with established procedures; researches problems and refers them to the appropriate person, agency, department, or unit. Tracks and monitors employee benefits while employees are on disability leaves such as Family Medical Leave Act, California Family Rights Act, workers' compensation, state disability, and long-term disability; duties include contacting nurses, receiving medical documentation, coordinating with the Sheriff's Office and Human Resources Department - Risk Management Division regarding employees' status, accommodations, etc. Assists the public in filing, records management, and/or obtaining information regarding crime reports; concealed weapon permits; the ride along program; registering of sex, drug, and arson offenders, etc. Responds to inquiries regarding inmates, facilities, operations, and Sheriff's Office policies and procedures; and inputs information into automated law enforcement data systems. Performs general clerical duties such as copying, faxing, scanning, and typing memos, forms, and related office documents; assists the public both in person and by phone; answers phone calls from law enforcement, court personnel, and the public. Confers with attorneys, plaintiffs, defendants, applicants, staff, and others regarding procedures and documents required for inmates' in-custody court appearances; receives District Attorney paperwork and follows up with staff to advise of court appearance, cancellation, motions, etc. Checks various statistical and accounting tables and reports; accumulates records and complies statements; assists in preparing accounting or statistical reports. Validates automated records received using various law enforcement databases. Enters, updates, assembles, codes, records, and summarizes a variety of law enforcement data; classifies crime reports and enters into an appropriate computerized system. May provide training to sworn and non-sworn staff consistent with the areas of assignment. Monitors and assigns equipment, work materials, etc., and prepares purchase requests for the areas of assignment. Completes processing of inmates into the County Jail or detention facilities; reviews booking charges in the automated law enforcement tracking systems; reviews status of warrants; updates criminal records; reviews legal documents for completeness. Monitors court schedules and arranges transportation for inmates' court appearances; schedules inmates' transfers to state and federal prisons. Completes arrest registers; determines appropriate bail from schedule and court documents; receives and receipts monies for bail and prepares release documentation; prepares, types, and has responsibility for signing warrants for payment of fines and bails and for fees collected; and calculates time computations to determine inmates' sentences and proper release dates. Assists in maintaining security within assigned facility; coordinates visits; monitors movement of staff, deputies, inmates, visitors, and vehicles using cameras, security intercom systems, and closed circuit television; operates electronically controlled security gates, doors, and elevators; dispatches deputies, fire, and/or medical staff in emergencies. Checks identification and follows procedures for admitting visitors to detention facilities; operates central control panel to allow staff and other authorized individuals access to secure areas of detention facility. Receives, receipts, and records payment of fines, fees, and deposits to inmate's cash accounts; reviews, posts, adjusts, and balances daily registers and journals; issues checks following established procedures. Performs related duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Some knowledge and abilities may be gained by employees at the entry (I) level while in a learning capacity. Knowledge of: General methods and practices of bookkeeping, and financial and statistical recordkeeping. Filing, indexing, and recording in a judicial or legal agency. Legal terminology for law enforcement, judicial work, and the various clerical procedures required under specific regulations. Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, statues, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility. Legal provisions governing the control and disbursement of funds. Interviewing techniques for obtaining information. Organization, procedures, operating details, and legal provisions of the Sheriff's Office. Principles and techniques for working with groups and fostering effective team interaction to ensure teamwork is conducted smoothly. Techniques for providing a high level of service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and County staff. The structure and content of the English language, including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar. Modern equipment and communication tools used for business functions and program, project, and task coordination. Computers and software programs (e.g., Microsoft software packages) to conduct, compile, and/or generate documentation. Ability to: Provide specialized law enforcement and administrative clerical and technical duties in assigned area. Examine documents for completeness, sufficiency, and conformity. Maintain detailed and accurate records and files. Gather data and prepare reports, files, and documents. Understand, interpret, apply, read and explain relevant legal codes, laws, rules, regulations and procedures. Keep current with changes in laws and procedures affecting job duties. Interact in a calm, courteous, and professional manner when dealing with the public and when responding to a variety of public inquiries. Deal tactfully and effectively with a variety of individuals, some of whom may be hostile or irate and/or from varying ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Effectively represent the Sheriff's Office and the County in meetings with governmental agencies; community groups; various business, professional, and regulatory organizations; and in meetings with individuals. Independently organize work, set priorities, meet critical deadlines, and follow-up on assignments. Effectively use computer systems, software applications, and modern business equipment to perform a variety of work tasks. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, using appropriate English grammar and syntax. Use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy, procedural, and legal guidelines. Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Education and Experience: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Sheriff's Technician I: Equivalent to graduation from high school, and Two (2) years of increasingly responsible clerical or support services experience which included responsibility for checking documents for accuracy and conformance with established guidelines. One (1) year experience in a law enforcement environment is preferred. OR Equivalent to an associate degree from an accredited educational institution, in accounting, business administration, criminal justice, or a closely related field, and One (1) years of increasingly responsible clerical or support services experience which included responsibility for checking documents for accuracy and conformance with established guidelines. Sheriff's Technician II: In addition to the above, one (1) year of experience in performance of specialized technical duties in a law enforcement agency equivalent to the County's class of Sheriff's Technician I. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of a valid Driver's License and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Other Requirements PHYSICAL DEMANDS Must possess mobility to work in a standard office setting and use standard office equipment, including a computer, vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person, before groups, and over the telephone. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter and retrieve data using a computer keyboard, typewriter keyboard or calculator and to operate standard office equipment. Positions in this classification occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve file information. Employees must possess the ability to lift, carry, push and pull materials and objects up to 30 pounds. Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals on a case-by-case basis. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Employees may work in a correctional facility or office environment with moderate noise levels, monitored entry and exit of facility and locations within facility, controlled temperature conditions, and direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. Employees may interact with members of the public or with staff under emotionally stressful conditions while interpreting and enforcing Sheriff's Office policies and procedures. WORKING CONDITIONS Must be willing to work irregular hours/shifts, weekends, and holidays, and work in a detention/correctional facility (jail) in proximity of inmates, or a division that may have contact with inmates. Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation. Closing Date/Time: 1/3/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Dec 02, 2020
Full Time
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO This recruitment is being conducted to fill the current full time vacancy in the South Lake Tahoe Jail and future full time and extra help vacancies in the South Lake Tahoe or Placerville Jail. Per Sheriff's Office Policy, employees may be assigned to either the Placerville or South Lake Tahoe Jails to meet the needs of the Sheriff's Office. Positions will require you to work evenings, nights, weekends and holidays. If hired as Extra Help this position may transition into a regular employee if the conditions of Personnel Rule 1103.1 are met. Written Exam is tentatively scheduled for the week of January 11th, 2021 in Placerville, CA . Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of January 18th, 2021 in South Lake Tahoe, CA . PRIOR TO CONDITIONAL JOB OFFER, CANDIDATES WILL UNDERGO A LENGTHY AND THOROUGH BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION. DEFINITION Under general supervision, provides a variety of support services and activities relating to County jail operations. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a basic service support class, performing duties in the areas of inmate clothing, personal property and commissary. This class is distinguished from the professional level Correctional Officer series in that the latter classes are responsible to maintain security and ensure inmate welfare in the County jail. Examples of Essential Functions Receives, collects, issues and exchanges inmate clothing; organizes clothing for delivery and delivers to appropriate locations; delivers soiled clothing to laundry. Maintains records of clothing issued, exchanged and returned; restocks clothing shelves. Oversees trustees working in the laundry; instructs in the proper operation of laundry equipment and in laundry procedures. Receives, sorts, bags, marks, stores and secures personal property from inmates; retrieves and returns personal property to inmates. Tabulates commissary orders from inmates and records charges to inmate's account; prepares and delivers commissary orders to inmates. Maintains accurate records and appropriate inventory of commissary items; orders, prices and stocks commissary items. Orders, issues and stores jail facility household and cleaning supplies; maintains usage records. Enters, edits and retrieves data and prepares periodic and special reports from an on-line or personal computer system following established formats and menus. Responds to inmate requests regarding clothing, property and commissary. Attendance and punctuality that is observant of scheduled hours on a regular basis. Performs other duties as assigned, Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) One year of experience as a stock clerk or in general office support work. NOTE: The above qualifications are typically accepted way of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements Specified positions may require possession of a valid driver's license. Specified positions may require evening, weekend or other off-shift work. Must be able to pass a detailed background investigation. Knowledge Methods and practices used in receiving, storing and issuing supplies and materials. Methods of taking inventories and maintaining inventory records. Basic business data processing applications related to the work. Business arithmetic, including percentages and decimals. Basic recordkeeping principles and practices. Techniques for dealing with inmates. Skills Performing detailed storekeeping work accurately and independently. Maintaining accurate inventory supply records and files. Understanding and carrying out oral and written instructions. Using initiative and sound independent judgment within established guidelines. Making accurate arithmetic calculations. Operating standard office equipment, including a computer terminal or a personal computer. Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work. Closing Date/Time: 1/3/2021 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Dec 01, 2020
Full Time
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office is conducting this recruitment to establish a list to fill current and future vacancies in the Sheriff's Office in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe, CA. To learn more about the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office and the County we serve visit our website, Join EDSO Those applicants who meet the minimum requirements for this position will be required to complete a pre-background investigation questionnaire. Based on the information provided, applicants may be disqualified based on criteria set forth in Part 7, Section 706.1 of the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules. All qualified candidates will be placed on the eligibility list and referred to the Sheriff's Office for an interview. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, criminal investigation, crime prevention and suppression, case preparation and testimony, and providing information and assistance to the public. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Deputy Sheriff II is the experienced class in this series, fully competent to perform a wide range of peace officer duties. It is distinguished from Sheriff's Sergeant in that the latter supervises and trains deputies, in addition to participating in law enforcement activities. Examples of Essential Functions Patrols assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations and deter crime by providing high visibility. Responds to suspicious activities and answers emergency calls for service. Enforces state and local laws and ordinances; issues verbal warnings and citations; pursues and apprehends suspects and requests assistance as required. Investigates juvenile and adult criminal activity and incidents as the assigned detective. Coordinates crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations, identification of witnesses, overseeing collection and preservation of physical evidence. Restores order, protects life and property, and maintains the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations. Prepares and documents cases, completes reports and records, and prepares and maintains other logs and records. Transports criminals to the Courts, hospitals and various other locations. Serves as bailiff, maintaining order and security in assigned courts. Serves civil papers to County residents; researches and locates person to be served; provides Coroner/Public Administrator services as assigned. Serves as a coordinator or team member in such special projects as drug enforcement, livestock investigations and boating regulation enforcement. Provides traffic and crowd control as necessary; participates in special details and assignments, including K-9 and Search and Rescue; may serve as field training officer. Retrieves, identifies and returns found property and/or evidence to owners. Provides emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and requests additional response. Provides information, directions and other services and assistance to the public. Coordinates with and serves as back up to other local law enforcement agencies. Performs other duties as assigned, Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement. Level II: Must be currently enrolled or have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy and possess a current California P.O.S.T Academy Certificate. NOTE: The above qualifications are typically accepted way of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements Must possess a valid driver's license. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 1031, must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or have proof of passing the general education development test (GED). Must be willing to work evening, nights, weekends and holiday shifts. Must be able to maintain a firearms qualification. Closing Date/Time: 12/31/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 26, 2020
Full Time
Description Human Resources Technician - Recruitment and Selection HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT The County of El Dorado , Human Resources Department is a dynamic organization dedicated to promoting the power of public service by fostering a positive, productive, and collaborative workplace where all employees are qualified, empowered, respected, and valued. The Human Resources Department is working every day to make the County of El Dorado the employer of choice, where employees will want to come and stay. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION DIVISION Recruitment and Selection team members effectively recruit and identify applicants with the qualifications and characteristics needed for each job, maximize reasonable competition, ensure compliance with the County's Personnel Rules as well as federal and state laws, and contribute to the overall effectiveness of County services and operations. This is accomplished by conducting recruitments and administering selection activities for County classifications which include advertising, targeted outreach, participation in job fairs, and development and administration of various employment exams. This division performs a variety of paraprofessional, technical, and administrative support duties requiring the application of the procedural, program, and compliance knowledge. Human Resources Technicians are involved in the marketing, recruiting, on-boarding, and on-going tasks related to County employment. THE OPPORTUNITY Grow your Human Resources skill set with this full-time opportunity by performing a variety of paraprofessional, technical, and administrative human resources support duties. You will have the opportunity to utilize your procedural, program, and compliance knowledge while assisting with the recruitment and selection of staff. Join Human Resources in developing collaborative relationships with County departments to help achieve our strategic goals and promote the power of public service. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Performs a variety of responsible paraprofessional, technical, and administrative human resources support duties requiring the application of procedural, program, and compliance knowledge. Performs technical recruitment and selection activities; confers with Human Resources Analysts and members of various County departments regarding job content, desired selection processes, potential recruitment sources, and raters; drafts job announcements, informational brochures, and advertisements; conducts routine applicant screening; prepares applicant notification letters and informs candidates through all steps of the selection process. Confers and corresponds with written exam source agencies; reviews and orders written exams for administration; proctors written exams and scores written exam segments; recommends appropriate pass points. Compiles testing documents including interview questions and rating sheets; administers written and oral performance exams; assists in obtaining oral exam rating panel members and instructs the panel on proper procedures; monitors oral exam proceedings; administers the establishment and maintenance of eligibility lists. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Human Resources Department is looking for a self-starter that has exceptional customer service skills with a high degree of diplomacy and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. They will e mbrace the Human Resource's emphasis on customer service and have a proven track record that demonstrates initiative, technical skills, attention to detail, and teamwork while having a considerable workload. We are looking for candidates who are motivated to learn a variety of human resources functions and procedures and demonstrate flexibility in responding to changing needs and priorities with a proactive attitude. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources uses two paths to determine if you are qualified: (1) Equivalent to graduation from high school, supplemented by 24 semester units of college-level coursework in human resources management, business administration, public administration, industrial/organizational psychology, or a closely related field; AND (2) Two years of full-time experience performing varied and complex clerical work related to human resources, including explaining policies, performing data entry, and processing forms and records. Additional Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid California or Nevada driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for a Human Resources Technician as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Michael Reddin in Human Resources at michael.reddin@edcgov.us . RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Department of Human Resources will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After the screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Pass/Fail): A Training and Experience Review consists of job/subject matter experts. Reviewers will rate your responses to the supplemental questions included in the application to assign a rating and determine the best qualified candidates. Only candidates who are determined to be best qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. This review is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, 12/15/2020. Technical Interview (Weighted 100%): members will ask candidates a series of technical questions designed to elicit the candidate's qualifications for the job. The panel members will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. Responses to the questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. This Technical Interview is scheduled for Monday, 12/21/2020. Those top ranked candidates identified as best qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Human Resources Technician. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part-time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full-time vacancy in the Department of Human Resources located in Placerville, CA. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions . The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUjnDdn-S9s Closing Date/Time: 12/9/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 26, 2020
Full Time
Description OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR The County of El Dorado Office of the Assessor is responsible for discovering, inventorying, valuing and assessing all taxable real property in the County, including residential, commercial, industrial properties and undeveloped land. The office is also responsible for assessing taxable business property, boats, airplanes, mining claims and other assessable interests in property. The Assessor prepares and maintains the master property records and parcel maps. The office is charged with the administration of a number of exemption programs benefitting homeowners and certain qualifying organizations. The Assessor prepares and submits the secured, unsecured, and supplemental assessment rolls for use in preparation of assessments for taxation by the various taxing agencies. APPRAISAL DIVISION The Appraisal division is responsible for determining the fair market value of real property that has undergone a complete or partial change of ownership, new construction or other event that triggers a reappraisal under California Property Tax law. The division conducts field appraisal work, enrolls unpermitted construction, and performs special appraisals of Williamson Act and Timber Production Zone property. Real Property includes land, mines, quarries, timber, structures, buildings, fixtures, fences, fruit or nut bearing trees and vines not exempted. The Appraisal division is also responsible for annual appraisal of business property and assessable personal property such as boats, airplanes, apartment/hotel/motel furnishings and possessory interests. THE OPPORTUNITY Please note this vacancy is for South Lake Tahoe only. Put your knowledge of Real Property Appraisal into action! You will have the opportunity to appraise industrial, commercial, residential and/or agricultural properties, and/or other real and personal properties for taxation purposes. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Analyze, interpret and document all required information to derive equitable and justifiable property appraisals for industrial, commercial. residential and/or agricultural properties. Conduct field inspection of property site to collect and verify property data. Interview property owners and other relevant parties to obtain and verify property data. Read and interpret a variety of maps and aerial photographs to ascertain boundaries and condition of industrial, commercial, residential and/or agricultural properties. Review and interpret accounting records to ascertain gross and net income for capitalization into an estimate of value. Allocate appropriate value to different portions of property parcels based on topography, vegetation, soil use and capability of use. Adjust property values for property splits based on allocated values of subject properties. In addition to these great opportunities, the selected candidate will also be eligible for County benefits like: Teleworking opportunities, if applicable Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance 12 observed holidays plus up to two floating holidays For a full description of duties and responsibilities, please review the job description here. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Office of the Assessor is looking for a customer-driven self-starter who has a background in real property, preferably with residential or commercial appraisal experience. Other real estate experience, including work as an agent, property management or development is also desirable. Experience working with customers, clients or the public is a plus! MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from a regionally accredited college or university. Courses from non-regionally accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement. Appraiser I: Must meet education/experience criteria for Permanent Certification as outlined in the State of California Board of Equalization Property Tax Rules, Rule 283, Sections a.2-3. Appraiser II: In addition to the above, one year of varied property appraisal experience at a level equivalent to the County's class of Appraiser I and possession of a valid appraiser's permanent certificate. Senior Appraiser: In addition to the above, two additional years of journey level appraisal experience at a level equivalent to the County's class of Appraiser II and possession of an advanced appraiser's certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization. Progression to this level will depend upon the depth and breadth of experience with complex commercial, industrial and agricultural appraisals. Additional Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license and automobile liability insurance meeting legal requirements. Must possess or immediately apply for a temporary appraiser's certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization (R & T Code section 673). Must obtain a valid appraiser's certificate within one year of employment and maintain certifications thereafter. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Appraiser I/II/Sr., as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the "Apply" link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the supplemental questions are complete, click "Accept." If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Elizabeth Sorg in Human Resources at elizabeth.sorg@edcgov.us RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Department of Human Resrouces will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Weighted 100%): A training and experience review consists of candidates responding to supplemental questions on the job application. A subject matter expert will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. Subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. For more information about the recruitment process, click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Appraiser I/II/Sr. This recruitment will establish a list for the purposes of filling current and future full time, part time, and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy in the Assessor's Office located in Placerville, CA. Click here for frequently asked questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog! El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/9/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 21, 2020
Temporary
Description RISK MANAGER - LIMITED TERM This position is expected to work a four (4) year limited term. Limited term employees receive benefits and paid leaves. Limited term employees are not considered regular employees and therefore do not attain civil service status. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES The County of El Dorado , Department of Human Resources is a dynamic organization dedicated to promoting the power of public service by fostering a positive, productive, and collaborative workplace where all employees are qualified, empowered, respected, and valued. Human Resources is a customer service department that manages and administers a variety of programs and services which are comprised into three primary divisions: Recruitment, Selection, and Retention; Risk and Safety Management Services; and Labor Relations, Employee Relations, and Benefit Services Staff. The Department of Human Resources is working every day to make the County of El Dorado the employer of choice, where employees will want to come and stay. RISK DIVISION The Department of Human Resources, Risk division, provides County-wide staff support to anticipate and respond to risk and financial demands of the County in a changing environment. Our Risk team manages risks and insurance to produce financial stability; prevents accidents and manages injuries through effective loss control and claims management programs; and empowers individuals, managers, and employees to recognize and manage risks while ensuring compliance with the County Personnel Rules as well as federal and state laws. THE OPPORTUNITY In this exciting role, you will supervise the risk management division, which includes functional responsibility for loss control, safety, contracts, insurance, worker compensation and liability programs. Risk Managers performs complex administrative, budgeting, statistical, and systems analysis of special projects and programs; assist in coordinating assigned activities with other County departments, divisions, outside agencies, and the public; ensures compliance with appropriate laws and regulatory standards; advises executive management in all aspects of risk management. In addition to the day to day duties outline in the job description, the selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Plan, organize, coordinate, and supervise a comprehensive risk management and loss control program, including but not limited to workers' compensation, as well as insurance, liability, and industrial safety programs. Manage and participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned functions and programs; recommend, within departmental policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; recommend and administer policies and procedures. Conduct or direct studies of operations, and research data and information to identify potential risk exposure and liability; analyze trends and information and make recommendations on cost efficiencies in the management of risk management assets. Negotiate with brokers and reviews policy language to ensure appropriate insurance coverage with the most favorable terms and costs. Maintain database of up-to-date insurance certificates for all County vendors to ensure contract compliance; requests and uploads updated certificates when required. Ensure that contracts, leases, and purchase documents are reviewed for insurance requirements and other conditions that could cause loss or exposure to loss. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will have management experience that includes directing professional and administrative support employees involved in the administration of integrated risk management programs; have experience in preparing and monitoring budgets, actuarial review, and year-end closing; the ability to make sound judgments in the best interest of the County; possess strong written and oral communication skills; have unquestionable personal integrity; will approach this position with an energetic, enthusiastic, and collaborative style that welcomes and solicits input; and is able to provide an innate level of customer service to all County employees. Additionally, this position will continually work with the Director of Human Resources to build and provide a vision for the future. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in public or business administration, accounting, or a closely related field; AND Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in risk analysis, safety operations, claims adjustment, liability or workers' compensation, including two (2) years of supervisory experience. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver's License by time of appointment and a satisfactory driving record. Possession of an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) certificate from the Insurance Institute of America (IIA) is preferred. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for a Risk Manager as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Michael Reddin in Human Resources at michael.reddin@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Department of Human Resources will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After the screening, the qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. The selection process is detailed below. Training and Experience Review : For those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications, this additional screening will take place to identify the best-qualified candidates. The best-qualified screening will involve subject manner experts reviewing and rating candidate's responses to the supplemental questions asked in the application along with the criteria outlined in the job announcement. This review is tentatively planned for the week of December 8, 2020 Selection Interview : The best-qualified candidates from the Training and Experience Review will be invited to a selection interview tentatively planned for the week of December 15, 2020. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Risk Manager, Limited Term. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part-time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) limited-term vacancy (planned for a 4 year term) in the Department of Human Resources located in Placerville, CA. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions . The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history.Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems ABOUT THE COUNTY The County of El Dorado is a charter county and employs more than 1,800 employees with an all funds operating budget of approximately $700 million. The governing body is the Board of Supervisors which is comprised of elected representatives from each of the five voting districts. CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Examples of Essential Functions Closing Date/Time: 12/4/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 20, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include: Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. Their over 600 employees are dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. SOCIAL SERVICES , CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES DIVISION Child Protective Services helps to identify, treat and reduce child abuse and neglect, and to ensure reasonable efforts are made to protect and maintain children in their homes. THE OPPORTUNITY Social Service Aides assist Social Workers by performing paraprofessional tasks related to the improvement of family functioning and child and adult services. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Complete narrative reports regarding a client's condition and services provided and/or recommended. Enter data regarding case and client information and contacts into automated system. Make client referrals to medical personnel or Social Workers as needed. Provide direct training and coaching on parenting and household management skills, and teach families about nutritional meal preparation, budgeting, and household care. Monitor the medical and psychological care of children in foster care. Provide coaching that supports families to meet the unique needs of each child during their family time; document observations into the automated system and reports said observations to the Social Worker. Provide emergency child care. Transport or accompany clients to appointments for service or interviews. May testify in juvenile court hearings. Assist Social Workers in providing a variety of child and adult social services. Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Sixty (60) semester units or ninety (90) quarter units of college, including fifteen (15) semester units or twenty-two and one half (22.5) quarter units in social welfare, social/human service, sociology, or other social or behavioral science*; OR Two (2) years of full-time experience providing direct social services support to individual clients and families in a public or private setting to disadvantaged adults or children; *Examples of acceptable social or behavioral science courses include: anthropology, criminal justice, ethnic studies, human development, human services, psychology, social welfare, and sociology. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain, a valid California or Nevada Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Social Service Aide, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. A written exam will be utilized to determine an applicant's ranking and placement on the eligibility list. The examination has been tentatively scheduled for Friday, December 10, 2020 . If it is determined that you meet the minimum qualifications and are therefore eligible to participate, you will be notified by email at least one week prior to the examination. If you have taken this examination within six (6) months prior to the scheduled date of the examination, your score will automatically be transferred to this exam and you are not permitted sit for this examination. If you have taken this examination from greater than six (6) months but within twelve (12) months prior to the scheduled date of the examination, you may elect to transfer that examination score or sit for the examination again; you must contact Human Resources prior to the scheduled exam date to request that your previous score be transferred. A transferred examination score does not guarantee passing the current examination administration. Examination pass points are set in accordance with the EEOC Uniform Employee Selection Guidelines. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Social Service Aide. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. The Health and Human Services Agency's Child Welfare Division currently has one (1) full time vacancy located in South Lake Tahoe, Ca., and two (2) extra help vacancies located in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe, Ca. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here area few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Small Business Shops CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/4/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 20, 2020
Full Time
Description DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION The County of El Dorado , Department of Transportation is responsible for funding, designing, building, operating, and maintaining the County Road System. El Dorado County's Road System currently consists of approximately 1083 centerline miles of paved roadway, 76 bridges, a multitude of storm drainage systems, and related transportation facilities. The Department of Transportation has two main priorities: 1. Ensuring that our roads are safe for public use with due care in a manner in which it is reasonably foreseeable that they will be used, and 2. Preserving and maintaining the public's multi-billion dollar investment in our roads, bridges, and other facilities. MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS DIVISION The Maintenance and Operations Division is composed of Road Crews, Fleet Services, Equipment Mechanics, and Traffic Control Crews. This dedicated team manages the repair, maintenance, and replacement of existing County roadway and drainage infrastructure. It is also responsible for the maintenance of all 1083 centerline miles of roadway in the County. THE OPPORTUNITY Put your knowledge and experience performing routine and skilled heavy, physical work in the maintenance, repair and construction of roads; operating a variety of vehicles and hand power tools, and operating and maintaining a variety of complex motorized construction equipment. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Break and remove surfaces; dig, shovel, haul and load and unload spoils, sands, asphalt mixes and other materials; operate jack hammers, pavement breakers, concrete saws, spaders, tampers and a wide variety of hand and power tools related to road maintenance work; shovel, rake, rolls and iron asphalt and spray oil; operate a variety of heavy trucks; chip seal surfaces; prepare for overlays; clean up work sites upon completion of jobs. Perform traffic monitoring and control, including the distribution of barricades, warning signs, safety cones and/or the flagging of vehicles. Perform brush clearance, tree removal and weed control work. Perform snow removal, ice control and storm patrol work. Operate a variety of light construction equipment such as dump trucks, rollers, loaders, patch pots; may operate heavier equipment on a training basis. Inspect vehicles and equipment and perform minor maintenance; report the need for major repairs and service; fuel and lubricate vehicles and related equipment; wash and clean assigned vehicles. Observe safe work methods and safety practices related to the work; uses appropriate safety equipment. Operate assigned vehicles skillfully and safely; observe safe driving practices. Operate and maintain a wide variety of hand and power tools and equipment related to work assignments. Respond to emergency situations in off hours as required. Drives construction equipment to and from job sites; load and unload equipment from trucks; operate a variety of construction equipment including backhoes, front-end loaders, motor graders, motor rollers, rotary snow plows, pavers, transporters, caterpillars, and related equipment. Excavate, backfill, grade and roll construction and repair sites. Operate equipment used in road maintenance and construction, earth moving and grading; cuts to grade. Check job sites for potential hazards; determines precautions necessary for safe operations. In addition to these great opportunities, Highway Maintenance Workers in South Lake Tahoe are eligible for the following: $300/year boot allowance $92.30/per pay period Tahoe differential pay if you live and work in the South Lake Tahoe area $300/ year uniform allowance Enrollment in low cost health benefits available through the bargaining unit which represents the Highway Maintenance Worker classification. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Department of Transportation is looking for an individual that has demonstrated skill in operating and maintaining road vehicles and equipment such as trucks, rollers and loaders. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the operation and maintenance of a wide variety of hand, power, and shop tools and equipment used in the maintenance and repair and construction of roads and have experience related to safe work practices and safety regulations pertaining to the operations and transportation of the equipment and work construction zones. The incumbent will possess a positive attitude and enjoy completing projects with the maintenance team while working independently without close supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Highway Maintenance Worker II : Equivalent to graduation from high school; AND six (6) months of experience as a laborer in construction or maintenance work, and one (1) year of experience in the construction and maintenance of roads at a level equivalent to the County's class of Highway Maintenance Worker I. AND Possession of a valid commercial Class B or Class A driver's license with no restriction as to transmission, no restrictions on air brakes, and must acquire a Tanker Endorsement within six months of hire or promotion date. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for an Highway Maintenance Worker II as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Alisha Johnson in Human Resources at alisha.johnson@edcgov.us RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Weighted 100%): A training and experience review consists of candidates responding to supplemental questions on the job application. A subject matter expert will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. The subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Highway Maintenance Worker II. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy in the Department of Transportation, Maintenance Division located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history.Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Closing Date/Time: Continuous
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 19, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. They have over 600 employees dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DIVISION The Health and Human Services Agency's Behavioral Health Division is committed to the physical and mental health of the residents of El Dorado County. They provide a wide variety of services to the community, including mental health 24-hour crisis services, adult and children's services, Substance Use Disorder Services, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) programs, mental health first aid training, and much more! THE OPPORTUNITY Use your knowledge and skills to assist your community! You will have the opportunity to assist mental health clients in their ability to maintain and improve their level of functioning and provide peer counseling and transportation services to clients as needed. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Provide advocacy for individuals receiving mental health services. Assistant clients in enrolling in social service benefits such as Social Security (SSI), Medi-Cal, General Assistance, and medical care and coverage (County Medical Services Program). Provide direct training and counseling to clients in parenting and household management skills. Instruct clients in nutritional meal preparation, budgeting and household care. Participate as a member of the community outreach team and engage clients in enrolling in mental health and social service programs. Provide peer counseling and assistance to a caseload of clients; engage program participants in wellness and recovery activities. Assess the need for food, clothing, and transportation; help clients link to other community services. Human resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: EDUCATION: Graduation from high school or successful completion of the General Education Development (GED) test is required. EXPERIENCE: Equivalent to twelve (12) hours of mental health provider training in consumer self-help, mental health intervention, or daily living skills for Mental Health clients OR six (6) months of experience in providing assistance and communicating with clients or providers in a community, social services or mental health setting. Other Requirements: Must possess and maintain a California class C driver's license and provide a satisfactory driving history as documented by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Mental Health Aide, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Weighted 100%): A training and experience review consists of candidates responding to supplemental questions on the job application. A subject matter expert will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. The subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. Do not refer to resumes, cover letters, or other documentation as they will not be reviewed. Supplemental questions play an integral role in this recruitment process. Please take the time to provide thoughtful and thorough responses. The information you provide may be used to determine your ranking for referral to specific vacancies. All work experience that is described or included in your response(s) MUST be included in the "Work Experience" section of your application. Do not refer to a resume or other documentation. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . Based on the department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Mental Health Aide. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time, and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy and one (1) part time vacancy located in Diamond Springs, Ca. While part time positions vary, this specific vacancy is anticipated to work approximately 10 hours/week. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rusting mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles from Downtown Sacramento 50 miles from Sacramento Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/3/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 19, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. The over 600 employees are dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PEI & FSP PROGRAMS The PEI Forensic Access and Engagement program and the FSP Forensic program were developed to provide linkage to mental health services for individuals involved in the Criminal Justice System. These programs will partner with the Stepping Up Initiative partner agencies and will work closely with individuals to ensure connection with mental health services and other related supports. They will provide advocacy and linkage for clients meeting program eligibility. THE OPPORTUNITY Use your knowledge and skills to assist your community! Under the direction of a health professional, you will have the opportunity to provide services to mental health clients in an inpatient facility or in day treatment and/or independent living situations. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Monitor in- and out-patient treatment stages to ensure movement to the com­munity level for individual clients, (i.e., psychiatric facility, protec­tive living, outpatient care, independent living). Provide client advocacy and leadership for the integration and mobiliza­tion of community resources and community organization efforts to improve community services for the mentally handicapped. Develop community re-entry plans for mental health patients; organize and develop family support groups for the relatives of patients. Confer with medical, mental health, and inter-agency staff regarding client needs and ways of improving staff's ability to impact on clients; confer with board and care staff regarding the suitability of client placement. Monitor client vital signs in an inpatient facility; participate in and lead various group activities such as exercise and art. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal Mental Health Worker candidate will have experience working with individuals with serious mental illness who are involved in the criminal justice system. They will also be comfortable working with Law Enforcement, the Probation and Public Defender's departments. The candidate will possess strong communication skills and the willingness to learn new skills and assignments, collaborate with other colleagues, clients, and community partners, be a self-starter and also seek consultation when necessary. They will work within the Mental Health Worker role and scope of practice, and take on new assignments and work schedules as required to meet the needs of the clients and the department. Further, the ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to engage with individuals and their identified support person(s) who may come from diverse backgrounds and face multiple challenges in their lives. The candidate would have a firm belief that individuals can recover and improve their lives, regardless of what diagnosis they have or struggles they are confronted with. Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: Mental Health Worker I: Experience: Two years of experience in a mental health or related setting. College level course work in psychology or a related subject may be substituted for the experience requirement on a year for year basis. Mental Health Worker II: Experience: In addition to the above, two years of experience in providing direct client care and treatment in a mental health or related setting. Other Requirements: Must possess a valid driver's license. Specified positions may require a Class B driver's license. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Mental Health Worker I/II, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Weighted 100%): A training and experience review consists of candidates responding to supplemental questions on the job application. A subject matter expert will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. The subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. Do not refer to resumes, cover letters, or other documentation as they will not be reviewed. Supplemental questions play an integral role in this recruitment process. Please take the time to provide thoughtful and thorough responses. The information you provide may be used to determine your ranking for referral to specific vacancies. All work experience that is described or included in your response(s) MUST be included in the "Work Experience" section of your application. Do not refer to a resume or other documentation. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . Based on the department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Mental Health Worker I/II. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time, and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There are currently one (1) full time vacancy and two (2) extra help vacancies located in Diamond Springs, Ca and one (1) full time vacancy located in South Lake Tahoe, Ca. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rusting mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles from Downtown Sacramento 50 miles from Sacramento Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/3/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 17, 2020
Full Time
Description CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE The County of El Dorado , Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division is a Division of the Chief Administrative Office and provides a broad range of internal support services for County departments. These include construction, custodial, and the maintenance and repair of county owned and leased facilities and grounds. Facilities is committed to plan for, build and maintain the most efficient, effective facilities for County operations for the short and long term. THE OPPORTUNITY Put your knowledge and experience with building, equipment repair and maintenance into action! You will have the opportunity to perform a variety of skilled craft work including painting, carpentry, plumbing, hvac maintenance, mechanical, and electrical installation, repair, maintenance, and modification work at County buildings and facilities. This position is located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Plan, schedule, prioritize, and assign skilled craft projects in accordance with plans, specifications, and timelines. Perform troubleshooting, repair, maintenance, installation, and adjustment to a variety of complex County mechanical and electrical systems, such as boilers, circulating pumps, generators, batteries, lighting and electrical control systems, valves, piping and plumbing fixtures, furnaces, blowers and ductwork, pneumatic tubes, water supply and drainage systems, and appliance and fire sprinkler systems. Perform preventive maintenance on mechanical systems, including lubricating, changing filters, cleaning, and testing components. Install and modify electrical systems; run new circuits, pull wire, and install outlets, switches, and fixtures. Install, modify, and repair plumbing and piping systems, including water supply lines, valves, and fixtures, as well as drain, waste, and vent systems. Perform skilled carpentry work, including the preparation of concrete forms; places and finishes concrete; frames platforms, walls, decks, and partitions; installs, tapes, and textures sheetrock; installs finish material such as baseboards, trims, and moldings. Install and repair roofing materials; patches and make emergency repairs to existing roofing. Construct and modify cabinetry and office furnishings, including bookcases, tables, and specialized furniture; installs, laminates, and applies finishes. Fabricate parts and fittings; makes assemblies and repairs units used in maintenance work from work orders, drawings, specifications, sketches, manuals, and oral instructions. Repair and installs doors, windows, and associated hardware; change and key locks; installs security hardware. Perform routine painting of interior and exterior surfaces; install wall coverings and a variety of floor coverings. In addition to these great opportunities, Building Maintenance Workers in South Lake Tahoe are eligible for the following: $100/year tool allowance $300/year boot allowance $92.30/per pay period Tahoe differential pay if you live and work in the South Lake Tahoe area $300/year uniform allowance Enrollment in low cost health benefits available through the bargaining unit which represents the Building Maintenance Worker classification. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Chief Administrative office is looking for an individual that has demonstrated professional skill in working with a wide variety of tools and equipment in the carpentry, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical trades. The incumbent will have knowledge of the operation and maintenance of a wide variety of hand, power, and shop tools and equipment common in the field as well as experience servicing and repairing of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and fire suppression systems. The incumbent will also be able to exercise independent judgment and display initiative without close supervision. The incumbent will possess a positive attitude and enjoy completing projects with the maintenance team. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Building Maintenance Worker I : Equivalent to graduation from high school; AND Two (2) years of experience in stationary equipment mechanical maintenance work, electrical maintenance and repair, carpentry, plumbing, or painting. Building Maintenance Worker II : Equivalent to graduation from high school; AND Two (2) years of experience in plumbing, painting, mechanical, carpentry, and/or electrical maintenance work at a level equivalent to the County's class of Building Maintenance Worker I. At this level, an incumbent is expected to have journey-level skills in at least one (1) craft area. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver's License by time of appointment and a satisfactory driving record. Possession of Universal EPA Section 608 Technician certification within six (6) months of hire. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for an Building Maintenance Worker I/II as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Alisha Johnson in Human Resources at alisha.johnson@edcgov.us RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Training and Experience Review (Weighted 100%): A training and experience review consists of candidates responding to supplemental questions on the job application. A subject matter expert will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. The subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Building Maintenance Worker I/II. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy in the Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history.Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Closing Date/Time: Continuous
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 16, 2020
Full Time
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO This recruitment is being conducted for Correctional Officers to fill current and future vacancies in the Placerville and South Lake Tahoe Jails. CLICK for information on the Physical Abilities Test and Written Test If it is determined that you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be invited to participate in the physical abilities and written exams, which are pass/fail. The written and physical ability examinations are scheduled for January 6th, 2021. The physical abilities test will be in the morning. You must successfully pass this portion to be invited to the written exam in the afternoon. Those who pass the written and physical ability examinations will be invited to participate in the oral board examination which is tentatively scheduled for the week of January 18th. Candidates will be required to pass this examination to be placed on the eligibility list for this classification. PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT, APPLICANTS WILL UNDERGO A LENGTHY AND THOROUGH BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS. DEFINITION Under general supervision, maintains security and ensures inmate welfare in a County Jail; oversees jail activities and facilities during an assigned shift; performs related work as assigned. DISTINGUISHED CHARACTERISTICS Correctional Officer I is the entry-level class in this series. Initially under close supervision, incumbents learn and perform varied duties related to the operation of jail facilities. As experience is gained, there is greater independence of action within established guidelines. This class is alternately staffed with Correctional Officer II and incumbents may advance to the higher level after gaining experience and demonstrating proficiency, which meet the qualifications of the higher-level class. Correctional Officer II is the journey level class of the series, fully competent to perform the full range of assigned duties. This class is distinguished from Deputy Sheriff I/II in that incumbents of this position are public officers as defined in California Penal Code Section 831.5 and are not assigned to patrol duties. Incumbents receive training in a corrections officer academy rather than a basic law enforcement academy. Examples of Essential Functions Processes incoming inmates, fingerprints at intake, releases from custody, maintains files and logs on inmates. Interviews inmates, classifies and assigns them to the appropriate detention area and activities. Maintains inmate security, in accordance with laws, regulations and institutional philosophy, including monitoring inmate activity, documenting inmate incidents, searching facility and inmates for contraband and weapons. Supervises and monitors inmates and inmate trustees, verbally and physically directing inmate movement and transports and supervises inmate work crews. Supervises inmate exercise, recreation, visiting and similar privileges. Handcuffing suspects or prisoners, subduing and restraining persons, and using restraining devices. Assists medical staff in the distribution of medications; screens and refers requests for medical attention; administers emergency first aid as required. Escorts inmates within the jail areas; provides security for medical staff as required. Documents incidents, including calling Supervisor on radio or phone articulating incidents and compiling accurate and logical reports. Inspects facilities and reports the need for maintenance or unusual situations; request and/or issues clothing and supplies. Surveys and evaluates emergency situations, provides immediate response with proper actions, communicates with inmates one on one or in groups. Testifies in court as subpoenaed. Transports inmates to court, other facilities and medical appointments. Guards hospitalized inmates. Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Correctional Officer I: Graduation from high school OR possession of a GED Certificate. Correctional Officer II: In addition to the above, completion of a California certified Jail Operations course, First Aid, AND CPR course AND one year of experience equivalent to the County's class of Correctional Officer I. (These qualifications provided by the Department during the first year of employment) NOTE: The above qualifications are a typically accepted way of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements Must possess a valid driver's license. Must be at least 18 years of age. Must be willing to work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts. Level I must obtain State Board of Corrections Jail Operations certification and complete the course work required by State Penal Code section 832 within one year of employment. Level II incumbents must possess and maintain such certifications required to establish and maintain firearm proficiency if assigned to the transportation unit. Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Environment: Working conditions are primarily in a county jail facility setting; frequently working in confined spaces; performing repetitive and fatiguing duties; infrequent outdoor working in various weather conditions; assignments may be comprised of irregular, long, rotating and emergency shifts. Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability to work in a county jail facility; vision in the normal visual range with or without correction sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate equipment; hear in the normal audio range with or without correction. Frequent walking and upward/downward flexion of neck. Occasional sitting, wrist and arm motions; fine finger dexterity of both hands, ability to grasp and hold; extreme physical exertion to assist with physical altercations. Infrequent climbing, reaching, bending, running and jumping; lifting, carrying or pushing objects that weigh more than 15 lbs. Closing Date/Time: 12/27/2020 12:00 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 16, 2020
Full Time
Description THE COUNTY OF EL DORADO The County of El Dorado is a dynamic agency dedicated to promoting the power of public service by fostering a positive, productive, and collaborative workplace where all employees are qualified, empowered, respected, and valued. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. The Agency's programs and services include Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community Services, and Social Services. The Agency has over 600 employees dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their community. THE OPPORTUNITY Bring your knowledge of behavioral health and your passion for leadership to the Manager of Mental Health Programs position with the County of El Dorado. The Manager of Mental Health Programs is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and evaluating the administration of multiple major programs and services within the Health and Human Services Agency Behavioral Health Division. Responsibilities include developing strategies and implementing policies and procedures for service integration across multiple populations, budget administration and reporting, and program evaluation. The Manager of Mental Health Programs also serves as a clinical and professional-level resource for organizational, managerial, and operational analyses and studies. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Equivalent to a master's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in psychology, social services, health sciences, behavioral health, or a related field; AND Six (6) years of experience providing professional support to social services, health, or behavioral health programs, two (2) years of which should be post-licensing clinical and/or administrative experience, and two (2) years of experience functioning in a supervisory or lead capacity. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain, a valid California or Nevada Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record. Possession of a license to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Professional Clinical Counselor, Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatric Nurse, or Psychiatrist in the State of California. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Manager of Mental Health Programs, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Elise Hardy in Human Resources at elise.hardy@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please note that the final filing date for this position updated to reflect December 13, 2020. The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Manager of Mental Health Programs. We currently have the following vacancy: One (1) full time vacancy in the Health and Human Services Agency's, located in South Lake Tahoe, Ca. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here area few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Small Business Shops Check out our video to learn more! Closing Date/Time: 12/13/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 06, 2020
Full Time
Description THE COUNTY OF EL DORADO The County of El Dorado is a dynamic agency dedicated to promoting the power of public service by fostering a positive, productive, and collaborative workplace where all employees are qualified, empowered, respected, and valued. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health and Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. The Agency's programs and services include Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community Services, and Social Services. The Agency has over 600 employees dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their community. THE OPPORTUNITY Bring your leadership and passion to our programs which strive to improve the quality of life for residents, and help people meet basic needs to ultimately become self-sufficient. Social Services is dedicated to promoting an environment that is based on integrity, trust, compassion, creativity, and mutual respect. The Deputy Director of Health and Human Services will assist with planning, organizing, and directing the activities and functions of Employment Services and Assistance Programs which include CalWORKS, CalFresh, General Assistance, and Employment Resource Center. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in public administration, business administration, mental health, public health, social work, or a field closely related to the area of assignment; AND Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in health, social services, public administration, or a field closely related to the area of assignment, including at least three (3) years of managerial experience in a health or social services public agency which included program, budget, and personnel administration experience. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Deputy Director, Health and Human Services as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Elise Hardy in Human Resources at elise.hardy@edcgov.us or 530-621-6625. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. Structured Oral Examination (Weighted 100%): A Structured Oral Examination consists of job/subject matter experts. The panel members will ask candidates a series of structured questions designed to elicit the candidate's qualifications for the job. The panel members will evaluate each candidate's responses based on predetermined criteria. The panel of job/subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the structured questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. Only the candidates that receive passing scores will be placed on the eligibility list. The structured oral examination is tentatively scheduled for the week of December 7, 2020. For more information on the recruitment process click here . Based on the hiring department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION *The final filing date for this recruitment has been revised to December 2, 2020* The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Deputy Director of Health and Human Services. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy in the Health and Human Services Agency. Depending on the department needs, this vacancy may be filled in Placerville, CA or South Lake Tahoe, CA. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems Closing Date/Time: 12/2/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 05, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include: Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. Their over 600 employees are dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY The Health and Human Services Agency's Community Services Division is responsible for the administration of older adult programs for El Dorado County residents 60 years of age and older. These services include: Senior Nutrition, Senior Shuttle, Older Adult Day Services, Long-Term Care Ombudsman, and many more! In addition to the services to seniors, Community Services also administers Veteran Affairs, Animal Services, Public Housing Authority, HEAP & Weatherization programs. THE OPPORTUNITY Use your food preparation skills to assist the Seniors in your community! You will have the opportunity to participate in the preparation, volume cooking, and portioning of meals for the seniors congregate meals and home delivery meal program. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Prepare, cook, and portion meals; prepare vegetables and fruits; cook meats, soups, and other foods; prepare salads, sauces, gravies, breads, puddings, and pastries; perform similar food preparation tasks. Plan meals following established guidelines, and order and/or purchase required food items. Prepare and oversee the preparation of a full range of meals, including special diets. Direct the portioning of food for distribution to the home-meal population. Ensure that food preparation equipment, cooking and serving utensils, kitchen work areas, and the dining area are orderly, clean, and sanitary. Store leftover food appropriately; inventory and maintain stocks of food and supplies; receive food and supplies, unpack and store in the appropriate location. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate for the Cook position will have experience working in a fast-paced industrial/commercial kitchen setting. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work independently and be skilled in handling sudden and unexpected changes. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills and be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with coworkers even under stressful circumstances. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Cook I: Equivalent to graduation from high school; -AND- One (1) year of assisting with food preparation and portioning. Cook II: Equivalent to graduation from high school; -AND- Two (2) years of experience performing large scale food preparation and volume cooking experience at a level equivalent to the County's class of Cook I. Experience in an institution setting is desired. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of a ServSafe Food Handler Certificate within three (3) month of hire. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Cook I/II, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . Based on the department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Cook I/II - Extra Help This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time, and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently (1) extra help vacancy in the Senior Nutrition Program, located in Placerville, Ca. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rusting mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles from Downtown Sacramento 50 miles from Sacramento Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/3/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 05, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include: Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. Their over 600 employees are dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY The Health and Human Services Agency's Community Services Division is responsible for the administration of older adult programs for El Dorado County residents 60 years of age and older. These services include: Senior Nutrition, Senior Shuttle, Older Adult Day Services, Long-Term Care Ombudsman, and many more! In addition to the services to seniors, Community Services also administers Veteran Affairs, Animal Services, Public Housing Authority, HEAP & Weatherization programs. THE OPPORTUNITY Use your food preparation skills to assist the Seniors in your community! You will have the opportunity to participate in the preparation, volume cooking, and portioning of meals for the seniors congregate meals and home delivery meal program. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Prepare, cook, and portion meals; prepare vegetables and fruits; cook meats, soups, and other foods; prepare salads, sauces, gravies, breads, puddings, and pastries; perform similar food preparation tasks. Plan meals following established guidelines, and order and/or purchase required food items. Prepare and oversee the preparation of a full range of meals, including special diets. Direct the portioning of food for distribution to the home-meal population. Ensure that food preparation equipment, cooking and serving utensils, kitchen work areas, and the dining area are orderly, clean, and sanitary. Store leftover food appropriately; inventory and maintain stocks of food and supplies; receive food and supplies, unpack and store in the appropriate location. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate for the Cook position will have experience working in a fast-paced industrial/commercial kitchen setting. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work independently and be skilled in handling sudden and unexpected changes. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication skills and be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with coworkers even under stressful circumstances. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations: Any combination of the required experience, education, and training that would provide the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. Cook I: Equivalent to graduation from high school; -AND- One (1) year of assisting with food preparation and portioning. Cook II: Equivalent to graduation from high school; -AND- Two (2) years of experience performing large scale food preparation and volume cooking experience at a level equivalent to the County's class of Cook I. Experience in an institution setting is desired. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of a ServSafe Food Handler Certificate within three (3) month of hire. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Cook I/II, as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . Based on the department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Cook I/II - Extra Help This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time, and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently (1) extra help vacancy in the Senior Nutrition Program, located in South Lake Tahoe, Ca. Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rusting mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles from Downtown Sacramento 50 miles from Sacramento Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: 12/10/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 02, 2020
Full Time
Description HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY The El Dorado County Health And Human Services Agency is committed to transforming lives and improving futures for the citizens of El Dorado County. Their programs and services include: Behavioral Health, Public Health, Community and Social Services. Their over 600 employees are dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of those in their communities. COMMUNITY SERVICES The Health and Human Services Agency's Community Services Division is responsible for the administration of older adult programs for El Dorado County residents 60 years of age and older. These services include: Senior Nutrition, Senior Shuttle, Older Adult Day Services, Long-Term Care Ombudsman, and many more! In addition to the services to seniors, Community Services also administers Veteran Affairs, Animal Services, Public Housing Authority, HEAP & Weatherization programs. THE OPPORTUNITY: Use your foodservice skills to assist the senior citizens in your community. You will have the opportunity to coordinate the delivery of meal service at a senior center meal site and provide for necessary clean up of food service areas. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Maintain facility in accordance with the County's contract with site owner. Ensure that food service meets acceptable health and program standards. Prepare, clean and set up table areas for meal service, check meal service equipment and operate steam table. Coordinate the work of, assign, and train volunteers and part-time staff in meal service methods Acts as host/hostess and is responsible for client registration and collection of monies and related recordkeeping. Assist in actual food service and may relieve in kitchen for meal preparation and/or clean up. Work closely with other center staff to coordinate food service program with other activities including supportive services. Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following recommendations : EITHER one year food service experience OR six months experience in coordinating a service delivery program preferably in a food service area, including required statistical reporting and recordkeeping. NOTE: The above qualifications are typically accepted ways of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements: Must regularly lift food containers weighing up to thirty pounds. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Mealsite Coordinator as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking on the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application is complete, click 'Accept'. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Heather Andersen in Human Resources at heather.andersen@edcgov.us. For more information on the recruitment process click here . ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Mealsite Coordinator. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There are currently two (2) extra help vacancies for Mealsite Coordinator located in Placerville, Ca. Extra help vacancies are made to maintain adequate coverage of work for short periods of time at frequent intervals, where employment is of a recurrent nature depending on the needs of the Agency; work may be seasonal, on-call, and/or for a limited duration. This position may transition to a regular employee if the conditions of Personnel Rule 1103.1 exist. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism locations, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles to Downtown Sacramento 50 miles to Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here area few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Races Farm to Fork Restaurants Small Business Shops CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. The County of El Dorado is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Closing Date/Time: 12/7/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 01, 2020
Part Time
Description The County of El Dorado is conducting this recruitment to establish a listfor the Reserve Deputy programin the Sheriff's Office in Placerville and South Lake Tahoe. Please note, this is an unpaid, voluntary position. Those applicants who meet the minimum requirements for this position will be required to complete a pre-background investigation questionnaire. Based on the information provided, applicants may be disqualified based on criteria set forth in Part 4, Section 706.1 of the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules. The eligibility list will be ranked using the following method: Oral Examination (Sheriff) : The oral interview score will be worth 100% of the total score and ranking on list. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, criminal investigation, crime prevention and suppression, case preparation and testimony, and providing information and assistance to the public. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Reserve Deputy Sheriff LevelI/II is the experienced class in this series, fully competent to perform a wide range of peace officer duties. Examples of Essential Functions Patrols assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations and deter crime by providing high visibility. Responds to suspicious activities and answers emergency calls for service. Enforces state and local laws and ordinances; issues verbal warnings and citations; pursues and apprehends suspects and requests assistance as required. Investigates juvenile and adult criminal activity and incidents as assigned. Coordinates crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations, identification of witnesses, overseeing collection and preservation of physical evidence. Restores order, protects life and property, and maintains the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations. Prepares and documents cases, completes reports and records, and prepares and maintains other logs and records. Serves as a coordinator or team member in such special projects as drug enforcement, livestock investigations and boating regulation enforcement. Provides traffic and crowd control as necessary; participates in special details and assignments, includingSearch and Rescue. Retrieves, identifies and returns found property and/or evidence to owners. Provides emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and requests additional response. Provides information, directions and other services and assistance to the public. Coordinates with and serves as back up to other local law enforcement agencies. Performs other duties as assigned. Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) HighSchool diploma or proof of passing the general education development test (GED) AND Level I: Possession of current California POST Modules I, II & III certificates or possession of current CaliforniaPOST Law Enforcement Academy Certificate. Complete the Field Training Program Complete 24 hours of POST certified training every two years Other Requirements Must be a U.S. citizen, be at least 21 years of age and possess a valid driver's license.Must be willing to work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts.Must maintain a firearms qualification. Must be able to pass a background investigation and a psychological and medical examination. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 01, 2020
Variable Shift
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office is conducting this recruitment to establish an extra help eligible list. Extra Help assignmentswill not exceed 960hours per fiscal year. The current vacancy is in the Sheriff's Office Boating Unit. This is a seasonal, sworn position assigned to the El Dorado County waterways, normally from April through September each year.Incumbents will be assigned to both the West Slope and Tahoe Basin and are expected to learn and perform the full range of duties required. Theideal candidate will possess the ability to enforce boating and other laws,ordinances, rules and regulations fairly and impartially; possess the ability to operate a power boat in a safe manner; and will be knowledgeable of boating laws and boating safety. To evaluate applications, thorough responses to supplemental questions are required. Those applicants who meet the minimum requirements for this position will also be required to complete a pre-background investigation questionnaire. Based on the information provided, applicants may be disqualified based on criteria set forth in Part 7, Section 706.1 of the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules. Depending on the number of total applicants, those qualified applicants may be invited to an oral interview. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, criminal investigation, crime prevention and suppression, case preparation and testimony, and providing information and assistance to the public. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Deputy Sheriff II is the experienced class in this series, fully competent to perform a wide range of peace officer duties. It is distinguished form Sheriff's Sergeant in that the latter supervises and trains deputies, in addition to participating in law enforcement activities. Examples of Essential Functions Patrols assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations and deter crime by providing high visibility. Responds to suspicious activities and answers emergency calls for service. Enforces state and local laws and ordinances; issues verbal warnings and citations; pursues and apprehends suspects and requests assistance as required. Investigates juvenile and adult criminal activity and incidents as the assigned detective. Coordinates crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations, identification of witnesses, overseeing collection and preservation of physical evidence. Restores order, protects life and property, and maintains the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations. Prepares and documents cases, completes reports and records, and prepares and maintains other logs and records. Transports criminals to the Courts, hospitals and various other locations. Serves as bailiff, maintaining order and security in assigned courts. Serves civil papers to County residents; researches and locates person to be served; provides Coroner/Public Administrator services as assigned. Serves as a coordinator or team member in such special projects as drug enforcement, livestock investigations and boating regulation enforcement. Provides traffic and crowd control as necessary; participates in special details and assignments, including K-9 and Search and Rescue; may serve as field training officer. Retrieves, identifies and returns found property and/or evidence to owners. Provides emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and requests additional response. Provides information, directions and other services and assistance to the public. Coordinates with and serves as back up to other local law enforcement agencies. Performs other duties as assigned, Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement. Level II: Must be currently enrolled or have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Academy and possess a current California P.O.S.T Academy Certificate. NOTE: The above qualifications are typically accepted way of obtaining the required knowledge and skills. Other Requirements Must possess a valid driver's license. Pursuant to Government Code, Section 1031, must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or have proof of passing the general education development test (GED). Must be willing to work evening, nights, weekends and holiday shifts. Must be able to maintain a firearms qualification. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
County of El Dorado 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, California 95667, USA
Nov 01, 2020
Full Time
Description El Dorado County is one of the most beautiful counties in the state of California. You can avoid the valley commute and fog and take in the natural beauty. Check out our video to learn more! ELEVATE TO EL DORADO The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for Mental Health Clinician IA/IB/II. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. We currently have the following vacancies: One (1) full time vacancy in the Health and Human Services Agency, Substance Use Disorder Services Program, located in South Lake Tahoe, Ca. California certification as an SUD Counselor is preferred but not mandatory for this position. Three (3) full time vacancies in the Health and Human Services Agency, FSP, Outpatient, and Access programs, located in Placerville, Ca, One (1) full time vacancy in the Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Division located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Two (2) extra help vacancies in the Health and Human Services Agency, Behavioral Health Division located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Extra help vacancies are made to maintain adequate coverage of work for short periods of time at frequent intervals, where employment is of a recurrent nature depending on the needs of the Agency; work may be seasonal, on-call, and/or for a limited duration. A training and experience evaluation may be utilized to determine an applicant's ranking for referral to specific vacancies. Based upon the information in the application and/or responses to supplemental questions, the applicant's education, training and experience will be evaluated using a pre-determined formula. Supplemental questions play an integral role in this recruitment process. Please take the time to provide thoughtful and thorough responses. The information you provide may be used to determine your ranking for referral to specific vacancies. All work experience that is described or included in your response(s) MUST be included in the "Work Experience" section of your application. Do not refer to a resume or other documentation. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. DEFINITION: Under general supervision, has responsibility for a psychiatric caseload involving both children and adults; performs psychotherapeutic counseling, including individual, group, family and other approved techniques; and provides outreach, and emergency services and counseling in crisis situations. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Mental Health Clinician IA is the entry level in this professional mental health series, providing mental health casework and psychotherapeutic support to clients. Initially under close supervision, incumbents are assigned more routine client casework and support duties while learning County policies and procedures. Incumbents may advance to Mental Health Clinician IB after gaining experience, demonstrating proficiency which meets the qualifications of the higher level class, and obtaining an appropriate license. Mental Health Clinician IB is the journey level licensed class of the series, fully competent to perform psychotherapeutic support and effective casework management for assigned clients in both in-patient and out-patient long-term or crisis situations. Incumbents are expected to provide required intern supervision for those completing student internships within the County Mental Health Department. Mental Health Clinician II, in addition to providing licensed journey level psychotherapeutic support and casework management, incumbents are expected to provide required intern supervision for those completing both pre- and post-masters and doctoral level internships within the County Mental Health Department. This class is distinguished from Senior Mental Health Clinician in that the latter is the lead class in this professional series providing direction, consultation, and review for assigned therapists and support staff, and handling the more complex casework assignments, including psychological testing and assessment. Examples of Essential Functions Evaluates patients in a variety of in- and out-patient settings including Juvenile Hall, County Jail, County Mental Health offices, hospital emergency and other settings; obtains a patient history and mental status exam. Receives and responds to emergency calls, walk-ins, and field contacts; pro­vides evaluation and diagnosis of patients and makes appropriate referrals for support services. Makes presentations of physical and mental condition findings to on-call psychiatrist who determines if medication should be prescribed; observes and reports adverse medication effects. Consults with and serves as a liaison with community agencies and other mental health programs and services to evaluate community health needs and services. Provides individual or group therapy using a variety of counseling techniques and modalities; provides psychotherapy to chronically mentally ill persons who need periodic maintenance appointments, and brief therapy for clients experiencing situational-type problems. Provides case management services to severely mentally ill including out of home placements; determines suitability of treatment facilities or prospective foster parents based upon an analysis of individual psycho-social needs. Participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team providing critical clinical input related to patient diagnosis and recommended treatment plans; participates in case conferences and consults with psychiatric staff to review patient cases and resolve difficult therapeutic problems. Evaluates clients for voluntary and involuntary commitment; signs commitments for clients requiring hospitalization. Participates as a member of a multi-disciplinary treatment team providing consultation to school and adult programs; performs program planning to develop and implement services appropriate to assisting both child and adult psychiatric patients. Performs detailed patient record documentation and maintains caseload records; prepares intake and discharge summaries, progress notes and treatment reviews. Consults with staff of residential facilities and public/private conservators regarding mental health clients; assists other staff, community agencies and conservators in treatment plan implementation. Conducts clinical case conferences with licensed and non-licensed staff to evaluate case progress; provides consultative direction to staff as necessary; develops staff awareness and skills; provides information and training on the latest service techniques. Provides direction, training and chart auditing for assigned student interns; participates in training and quality assurance/peer review functions. Attendance and punctuality that is observant of scheduled hours on a regular basis. Performs related work as assigned. Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement. Mental Health Clinician IA: Education: Equivalent to possession of a Master's degree from an accredited university or college with major coursework in social work, marriage and family counseling, psychology, psychiatric nursing, or a related field -AND- Experience: One (1) year of professional level counseling/therapy experience in a mental health inpatient or outpatient setting. Applicants must be a registered intern or eligible to register as an intern in the State of California at the time of appointment. Mental Health Clinician IB: Experience: In addition to the Master's degree listed above, must possess an appropriate license as described in Other Requirements. Mental Health Clinician II: Experience: In addition to the Master's degree and license listed above, two years of post-licensing experience as a mental health therapist, clinician or counselor in a mental health inpatient or outpatient setting.(For employees hired in the class of Mental Health Clinician by El Dorado County on or before March 6, 2000: Must possess a Master's degree as listed above and a license to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Registered Nurse, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, or Psychiatrist in the State of California.) Other Requirements: All Classifications: Must possess a valid driver's license. May be required to work nights, weekends and holidays. All incumbents must possess the appropriate clinical license described below within five years of employment. Mental Health Clinician IA Must either be eligible to obtain an appropriate license and/or waiver under the provisions of Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5751.2 to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, or Psychiatrist in the State of California, or must be licensed as a Registered Nurse. Mental Health Clinician IB/II: Must possess an appropriate license to practice as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatrist or Registered Nurse in the State of California. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of clinical casework. Principles and methods of conducting clinical interviews for diagnosing mental health clients. Social, psychological and physical causes of mental disorders and chemical dependency. General psychiatric emergency intervention and diagnosis and brief and long-term therapy methods. Theories, principles and techniques of group and individual therapy. Principles of adult and child psychology. Theories of human behavior and personality development. Laws and regulations related to patient's rights, grievance procedures, voluntary or involuntary treatment and commitment for treatment including criteria for commitment. Community resources and agencies providing support services for the mentally ill or disabled. Medical recordkeeping and documentation, including patient charting. Crisis intervention and conflict resolution practices, including management of assaultive behavior, seclusion and restraint philosophy. Skill in: Planning, developing and implementing comprehensive treatment plans, programs and services. Conducting group and individual therapy for mental health clients. Conducting mental health education and training programs. Presenting patient history and behavioral impressions to psychiatric staff for further review. Preparing detailed case summaries and documentation, and maintaining accurate client records in compliance with local, state and federal rules and regulations. Protecting client's rights and maintaining confidentiality of information. Coordinating emergency psychiatric support service efforts with appropriate County, community, hospital and other involved agencies. Providing direction, clinical supervision and training to interns and volunteers. Ability to: Assess client mental status and make accurate evaluations and effective treatment referrals to providers of social, medical and/or other specialized services. Analyze crisis situations and determine appropriate courses of action. Interpret and implement complex regulations and policies governing mental health treatment processes. Establish effective therapeutic relationships with clients from a wide range of socio-economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Evaluate patients for medication needs and reactions. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other therapists, County staff, referral agencies, physicians and the public. Other Requirements ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Environment: Work is primarily performed indoors which may include a hospital, mental health, County Jail, Juvenile Institutions, or standard office setting. Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability to work in an office setting and operate office equipment; vision in the normal visual range with or without correction sufficient to read computer screens and printed documents and to operate equipment; hear in the normal audio range with or without correction. Frequent sitting; fine finger dexterity of both hands. Occasional standing, walking; wrist and arm motions and upward/downward flexion of neck, ability to grasp and hold. Infrequent climbing, running, jumping, reaching and bending; lifting, carrying or pushing objects that weigh up to 15 lbs. or more. Closing Date/Time: Continuous