County of San Benito

 

Located in California’s Central Coast region, 130 miles south of San Francisco, San Benito County (pop. 62,808) maintains a rural feel while offering a strong sense of community and historic charm in the County’s two incorporated cities and three unincorporated towns. The County encompasses almost 1,400 square miles and was formed from parts of Monterey County in 1874. 


Agriculture, by acreage, is San Benito County’s largest industry with fertile valley soil supporting some of the most productive farmland in the state. Cool ocean air regulates the County’s temperature resulting in warm summers and mild winters perfect for enjoying the many outdoor pursuits available in the area. 

San Benito County offers visitors and residents a wide array of “hidden” treasures. In February of 2013, the majestic mountains of Pinnacles National Monument were officially designated at the 59th National Park in the U.S. The County’s emerging wine country offers highly acclaimed and award-winning wines set among the scenic landscape of the area. Home to mission San Juan Bautista, the County also offers the enjoyment of an array of outdoor recreational activities, Agri-tourism, public library, museums, art festivals and galleries. The ideal proximity situated between the Silicon Valley and Monterey Bay provides easy access to the numerous amenities of the big city, while still offering an idyllic and scenic setting with affordable housing and a quality lifestyle. 

 

11 job(s) at County of San Benito

SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Jun 05, 2024
Full Time
Description This recruitment is specifically for Children and Adult Services; however, it may be used for other recruitments in the future. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. Under general direction, to assist in the planning, development, administration, organization, and supervision of several social services programs within the Health and Human Services Agency and to perform related duties as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Social Services Program Manager classification is utilized in the Children and Adult Services Division or the Community Services and Workforce Development Division. Incumbents may be assigned to any of the functional areas including overseeing more complex systems and programs, requiring significant coordination and direction of employees who are administering these programs. Incumbents report to and assist the Health and Human Services Deputy Director in planning, organizing and supervising the work of Social Workers and support staff in their assigned units. Physical Requirements/Work Environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment including sitting at a desk working with computer equipment for prolonged periods, and travel for work purposes of training; hear and communicate orally in person, on the phone and in meetings; hand/eye coordination for use of computer/office equipment and performing ergonomics assessments; visual ability to distinguish colors; regularly working with files and general office equipment; safely operate a motor vehicle. Light to moderate lifting and carrying of files; occasionally stand and walk for extended periods. Example of Duties Duties include but are not limited to those described below. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law. Incumbents reports to, consults with, and assists the Health and Human Services Deputy Director in the planning, organization, administration and control of activities, services, operations, and staff within the assigned Division; plans, organizes, directs and supervises staff in any of the assigned divisions, informs, advises, and/or requests consultation regarding program changes and the impact of those changes on, for example, client-specific services availability, contracts, with stakeholders, including line and technical staff in the department, Deputy Director, and other County departments; interprets and disseminates policies and procedures related to social services programs; advocates for program changes that streamline workflows and enhance standardization across Counties to meet strategic goals and program compliance requirements; collects data, maintains records, to include project tracking documents, and prepares reports of activities pertaining to program(s) managed; may work directly with homeless, housing and service providers, and community partners to assist with planning, facilitating, implementing, and evaluating programs to support effective coordination, collaboration and operation of services; may participate in State project committees and workgroups that guide the development of program changes and may participate in regional or statewide county meetings; represents the department at community meetings and hearings, if assigned. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination of education, training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be: Education: Bachelor’s degree from a 4-year college; preferably in a field of study closely related to job duties but not required. Experience: Two years of responsible experience supervising, managing, or administering social services related programs (i.e. APS, CPS, or programs related to Community Services and Workforce Development), License: Possession of a valid California operator’s license issued by the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles. Special Requirements: Ability to: work irregular hours as necessary; travel within and outside the County as necessary; including evenings, weekends, and holidays.Travel within and outside of the County as necessary.Qualify for security clearance through a background investigation and fingerprint check. Desirable Qualifications: Knowledge of Continuum of Care (CoC) system, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and Coordinated Entry; knowledge of homeless and housing State and Federal Agencies; Housing and Development (HUD) program, Housing and Community Development (HCD) program; Homeless Housing Assistance and Prevention (HHAP), or knowledge and background in children and adult services. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Principles, methods and practices of public program administration; laws, rules and regulations governing the operation of a public social services program and the various specialized aid and service programs; Health and Human Services Agency vision, mission and values; functions and services of department and other community agencies and resources specific to duty assignment; current issues related to social services nationally, state-wide, and locally; effective managerial and supervision principles and methods; program supervision and evaluation, and principles and methods; program supervision and evaluation and principles of staff training; coaching, mentoring, and staff development; program management including development, oversight, proposal and grant writing, principles of public funding, budget preparation, fiscal and contract monitoring administration and control; financial and statistical record keeping; correct English usage, grammar, spelling punctuation and vocabulary; program management overseeing at least one or more programs such as Child Protective Services, Adult Protective Services, Resource Family Approval, or a Housing and Homeless Services related Program; strategic planning and implementation of complex programs directed by the State Legislature and the California Department of Social Services with the support and technical assistance of the County Welfare Director’s Association; program integrity through review and analysis of cases to assess trends both positive and negative and establishing and implementing plans to address areas of concern identified to improve the overall performance of a program. Ability to: Establish and maintain positive, effective work relationships with subordinate supervisors and managers, agency staff, government and community organizations and the general public; demonstrate leadership including planning, organization; thinking strategically and setting goals and objectives; analyze problems, consider alternatives; exhibit highly developed interpersonal skills; using tact, patience and courtesy; effectively handle complex and difficult personnel and program management problems with skills and sound judgment; prepare and enforce department procedures relating to personnel; budgeting, financial, and social service compliance and training; communicate effectively both orally and in writing with groups, individuals; read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies, and procedures; ensure compliance with policies and regulations; prepare clear, concise recommendations and plans; work collaboratively and effectively with local and state agencies, community partners, agency staff and social services communities; respond constructively to conflict; maintain confidentiality and control of sensitive information; inspire the trust, respect and confidence of others; work independently; prioritize personal workload and that of subordinate staff; train, motivate and effectively direct and evaluate the work supervised staff; exhibit strong initiative, integrity, sound judgment and a high degree of maturity; reason logically; work extended hours including evenings and weekends; travel to different sites and locations within and outside of county; follow safe work practices as directed and trained; safely operator a motor vehicle. Disaster Service Workers: All San Benito County employees are designated “Disaster Service Workers” through state and local laws (CA Government Code Sec. 3100-3109 and Emergency Services Chapter 6 via adoption of local Ordinance No. 361 § 1, 2-25-75). As Disaster Service Workers, all County employees are expected to remain at work, or to report for work as soon as practicable, following significant emergency or disaster. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS FOR MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES (This is meant to be an overview of benefits only. For full benefit terms and conditions, please see MOU) Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Newly hired MEG employees may be eligible for higher vacation accrual rate for previous public sector experience (verification required). Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Administrative Leave: Management employees receive 80 hours of administrative leave per calendar year. Forty (40) unused hours can be paid out at the end of the calendar year. Administrative leave is pro-rated. Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Safety officers and dispatchers receive approximately 5% holiday pay in addition to their base pay in lieu of paid holidays off. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Medical Plan: Comprehensive CalPERS medical plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are eligible to participate. Increase County contributions to medical effective January 2024. a. Employee Only: $750.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum b. Employee Plus One: $1,250.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum c. Family: $1,515.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum The County's contribution above shall be prorated for positions that are less than .90 FTE rounding to the nearest one-quarter time. HRA: Employee Only Medical Plan: $1,500 maximum Employee Plus One Medical Plan: $3,000 maximum. Employee Plus Family Medical Plan: $4,000 maximum. Employees who are eligible to receive a "cash in lieu of' enrollment in the County's medical plan shall receive a taxable payment of $150 monthly (pro-rated into biweekly installments of $69.23). Dental Plan: County contributes $30 to Delta Dental plan for full-time employees and their families. Vision Plan: The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to full-time employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Voluntary life insurance plans available. Disability Insurance: Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Flexible Spending Accounts: Health and Dependent Care available, pre-tax deductions. 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Please indicate your highest level of education. Did not complete high school or equivalent High school, GED, or equivalent Some College Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree or higher 04 Please list your field of study. If none, put N/A. 05 Do you possess a valid California operator's license issued by the State of California Department of Motor Vehicles? Yes No 06 How many years of responsible experience supervising, managing, or administering social services related programs (i.e. APS, CPS, or programs related to Community Services and Workforce Development) do you have? No experience Less than 1 year 1-2 years 2-3 years 4+ years 07 Please describe your experience to question #6. If none, put N/A. 08 Please describe your knowledge of Continuum of Care (CoC) system, Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and Coordinated Entry; knowledge of homeless and housing State and Federal Agencies; Housing and Development (HUD) program, Housing and Community Development (HCD) program; Homeless Housing Assistance and Prevention (HHAP), or knowledge and background in children and adult services. If none, put N/A. 09 This position requires: 1) Ability to: work irregular hours as necessary; travel within and outside the County as necessary; including evenings, weekends, and holidays. 2) Travel within and outside of the County as necessary. 3) Qualify for security clearance through a background investigation and fingerprint check. Can you meet these requirements? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 6/18/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Jun 04, 2024
Full Time
Description THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANYTIME AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. Under general directions, to plan, organize, and direct the activities of the crisis on-call unit of the Behavioral Health Agency; to assign, supervise, and evaluate the work of multidisciplinary professional and support staff engaged in planning and providing a variety of mental health services for individuals, families, groups, and the community; to provide direct clinical services, including one or more major behavior health services; and perform related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Mobile Crisis Clinical Manager is in charge of the crisis on-call unit or other major behavioral health service program responsible for implementing specialized behavioral health services for adults and children. Incumbents are responsible for maintaining the quality of staff performance and compliance of workload standards. Incumbents report to the Director of Behavioral Health, Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, or designee. Example of Duties Duties include but are not limited to those described below. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law. •Plans, assigns, directs, supervises, and coordinates the work of multidisciplinary staff providing behavioral health diagnostic and treatment services, social and rehabilitation services, and consultation and education services to consumers, public and private agencies, and the community; •Evaluates overall activities of assigned programs/functions, including methods and procedures for effectiveness and consistency with program goals and objectives, recommending and implementing changes in program, policies, and procedures as necessary; •Makes or reviews decisions on difficult consumer assessment and casework matters; •Provides guidance to subordinates on departmental philosophy, goals and objectives, policies and procedures through casework conferences, staff meetings and work review; •Assists and participates in the development and coordination of in-service training and staff development programs; •Evaluates performance of personnel and takes or recommends appropriate course of action Interviews, selects, and recommends on the hiring of new staff members; •Participates in various forms of psychotherapy, such as individual, group and family therapy, including caseload responsibility and crisis on-call coverage; •Works with other public, private, and community organizations providing health and human services for mentally and emotionally disabled individuals to gain and ensure cooperation in achieving program goals; •Participates in mental health conferences, trainings and committees; •May participate in Countywide community needs assessment and program planning, development, and evaluation activities; •Assists in preparing annual budget requirements for assigned programs/functions and monitors expenditures and revenues to ensure programs/functions conform to the adopted budget; •Prepares reports and correspondence regarding workload statistics, casework and unit methods and procedures; •Provide community-based crisis intervention and stabilization services for clients and their families, including conducting risk assessments, creating safety plans, and supporting clients in accessing higher levels of care when needed; •Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; •Provides short-term, stabilizing counseling; •Advise clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; •Provides case management services, including collaborating with a client’s existing treatment team members (e.g., therapists, psychiatrists, child welfare workers, school staff, etc.) and/or make referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; •Maintains flexibility with schedule changes and availability to provide on-call weekend rotation coverage as needed; •Serves as a consultant for other Behavioral Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; •Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; •Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; •May be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; •Performs crisis intervention; performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; performs concurrent review of inpatient admits and discharge planning; •other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of education, training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be. Education: Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Experience: Three (3) years of professional experience working in behavioral health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or private welfare or health services providers and responsibility for program(s) management, equivalent to a Ph.D or Master’s degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or related field from accredited college or university. License/ Special Requirements: 1) Possession of a Marriage and Family Therapist issued by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); Licensed Practitioner of Healing Arts (LPHA) issued by the State of California; 2) Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License; 3) Qualify for security clearance through a background check which includes fingerprinting; 4) Ability to travel in-county and out-of-county to attend trainings and continuing education activities; and 5) Crisis Team positions may require evening, weekend and holiday coverage; and positions may be subject to a flexible work schedule (i.e., 12-hour work schedule rotation). Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Clinical principles, theories, techniques and practices used in a behavioral health setting; laws, regulations and ethical standards governing behavioral health treatment, delivery of clinical services, and medical records; principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities; intensive and long-term case management services in a wellness and recovery evidence-based framework; characteristics of mental illness and substance abuse disorders; cultural competency theory, practice and its application in behavioral health settings with diverse consumers, their families and communities; biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, the scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources; identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts; legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services; principles, practices, and techniques of personnel management, training, and supervision; program design principles, development, administration, and evaluation methods; effective statistical and analytical research methodology and reporting; fiscal management; administration of grants and contracts; community needs and resources; effective communication skills. Ability to: Plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinate staff; supervise, guide and monitor subordinate staff and licensed and unlicensed clinicians; provide effective leadership and consultation for staff in casework and/or treatment methods and in professional and legal implications of casework or treatment services; perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy processes for Mental Health Department clients; identify and evaluate normal and abnormal behavior tendencies; apply crisis intervention techniques; exercise appropriate judgment; develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation; develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, other agencies, and other staff; prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports; organize and manage a caseload; define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics; conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods; integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan; recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services; handle stress and unstable client behavior; work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds; communicate effectively in both oral and written forms to other behavioral health staff, consumers, their family members and other communities members; establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships at all organizational levels with professional/paraprofessional staff, consumers and families, and with the public; initiate, analyze, and maintain a variety of reports, correspondence, policies and departmental documentation in standard form and language; gather and analyze data; prepare clear, concise and effective reports and recommendations; utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and data information systems; effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, establish and maintain effective work relationships with management team members, agency staff, and those contacted in the course of work; work with individuals and groups from various socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds; work with people in custody inside a lockdown facility; work with other government agencies; and safely operate a motor vehicle. Physical Requirements/Work Environment: Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable behavior, who have a mental health condition/concern and chemically dependent and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public; work with individuals that may become confrontational, potentially hostile and violent; some positions will be assigned to perform duties inside a severely controlled access or lockdown facility; may be exposed to traffic hazards, adverse weather conditions, and temperature and noise extremes. Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX.; hear and communicate orally in person, on the phone and in meetings; hand/eye coordination for use of computer/office equipment and safely operate a motor vehicle. Selection Process: All completed applications and supplemental questionnaires will be reviewed. Depending upon the number of applicants who meet the minimum qualifications, the examination process may include a screening committee (pass/fail) and/or an oral examination (100%) which may include a written practical component to determine placement on the eligible list. Disaster Service Workers: All San Benito County employees are designated “Disaster Service Workers” through state and local laws (CA Government Code Sec. 3100-3109 and Emergency Services Chapter 6 via adoption of local Ordinance No. 361 § 1, 2-25-75). As Disaster Service Workers, all County employees are expected to remain at work, or to report for work as soon as practicable, following significant emergency or disaster. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS FOR MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES (This is meant to be an overview of benefits only. For full benefit terms and conditions, please see MOU) Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Newly hired MEG employees may be eligible for higher vacation accrual rate for previous public sector experience (verification required). Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Administrative Leave: Management employees receive 80 hours of administrative leave per calendar year. Forty (40) unused hours can be paid out at the end of the calendar year. Administrative leave is pro-rated. Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Safety officers and dispatchers receive approximately 5% holiday pay in addition to their base pay in lieu of paid holidays off. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Medical Plan: Comprehensive CalPERS medical plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are eligible to participate. Increase County contributions to medical effective January 2024. a. Employee Only: $750.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum b. Employee Plus One: $1,250.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum c. Family: $1,515.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum The County's contribution above shall be prorated for positions that are less than .90 FTE rounding to the nearest one-quarter time. HRA: Employee Only Medical Plan: $1,500 maximum Employee Plus One Medical Plan: $3,000 maximum. Employee Plus Family Medical Plan: $4,000 maximum. Employees who are eligible to receive a "cash in lieu of' enrollment in the County's medical plan shall receive a taxable payment of $150 monthly (pro-rated into biweekly installments of $69.23). Dental Plan: County contributes $30 to Delta Dental plan for full-time employees and their families. Vision Plan: The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to full-time employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Voluntary life insurance plans available. Disability Insurance: Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Flexible Spending Accounts: Health and Dependent Care available, pre-tax deductions. 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Please indicate your highest level of education. Did not complete high school or equivalent High School, GED, or equivalent Some College Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree or higher 04 Please indicate which of the following license(s) you possess. Note: For all license types, you must list your license information in the "Certificates and Licenses" section of the application. It must include the license number, issuer and expiration date. If the license is NOT issued by the State of California, please also list the state that issued the license. Clinical Social Worker Clinical Psychologist Professional Clinical Counselor Marriage and Family Therapist Practitioner of Healing Arts Not Currently Licensed 05 How many years of professional experience do you have working in behavioral health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or private welfare or health services providers and responsibility for program(s) management? No experience Less than 3 years of experience 3-4 years of experience 4-6 years of experience 6-8 years of experience 8-10 years of experience More than 10 years of experience 06 Please describe your experience relevant to question 5. If you do not have any relevant experience, please write "N/A." 07 Can you possess and maintain a valid California driver license as a condition of continued employment? Yes No 08 This position requires: a) Ability to travel both locally and occasionally beyond county borders for trainings and continuing education activities. b) Availability for evening, weekend, and holiday shifts, particularly for roles within the Crisis Team. c) Willingness to adapt to a flexible work schedule, potentially including 12-hour shifts as part of a rotational pattern. Can you meet these requirements? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Jun 04, 2024
Full Time
Description THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANYTIME AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. Under general direction, to provide difficult crisis evaluations, assessments, diagnoses, and counseling in the community for the Behavioral Health Department; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Mobile Crisis Mental Health Clinician is an experienced level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. This classification differs from the Mental Health Clinician series in that the Mobile Crisis Mental Health Clinician is assigned to provide difficult crisis evaluations, assessments, diagnoses and counseling in the community in a field setting. Incumbents at any level may report to the Director of Behavioral Health, the Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, or the Behavioral Health Clinical Manager or designee. The Mobile Crisis Mental Health Clinician is not a supervisory classification, but may service as a lead clinician. Example of Duties Duties include but are not limited to those described below. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law. •Provide community-based crisis intervention and stabilization services for clients and their families, including conducting risk assessments, creating safety plans, and supporting clients in accessing higher levels of care when needed; •assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; provides short-term, stabilizing counseling; •advise clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; •provide case management services, including collaborating with a client’s existing treatment team members (e.g., therapists, psychiatrists, child welfare workers, school staff, etc.) and/or make referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; •maintain flexibility with schedule changes and availability to provide on-call weekend rotation coverage as needed; •serves as a consultant for other Behavioral Health staff; •prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; •cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; •develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; •may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; •performs crisis intervention; •performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; •performs concurrent review of inpatient admits and discharge planning; other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of education, training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge, skills and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience: One (1) year as a Mental Health Clinician III with San Benito County Behavioral Health OR Three (3) years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services field. License/ Special Requirements: 1) Possession of an associate number as an Associate Clinical Social Worker, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor issued by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences; OR Possession of a license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW); Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); Licensed Professional of Healing Arts issued by the State of California; 2) Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License; 3) Qualify for security clearance through a background check which includes fingerprinting; 4) Ability to travel in-county and out-of-county to attend trainings and continuing education activities; and 5) Crisis Team positions may require evening, weekend, and holiday coverage; and positions may be subject to a flexible work schedule (i.e., 12-hour work schedule rotation). Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities; biological, behavioral, and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse; the scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources; identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts; legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to: Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients; develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation; develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff; prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports; organize and manage a caseload; define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics; conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods; integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan; recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services; handle stress and unstable client behavior; work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds; effectively represent the Behavioral Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies; safely operate a motor vehicle. Physical Requirements/Work Environment: Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable behavior, who have a mental health condition/concern and chemically dependent and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public; work with individuals that may become confrontational, potentially hostile and violent; some positions will be assigned to perform duties inside a severely controlled access or lockdown facility; may be exposed to traffic hazards, adverse weather conditions, and temperature and noise extremes. Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX.; hear and communicate orally in person, on the phone and in meetings; hand/eye coordination for use of computer/office equipment and safely operate a motor vehicle. Selection Process: All completed applications and supplemental questionnaires will be reviewed. Depending upon the number of applicants who meet the minimum qualifications, the examination process may include a screening committee (pass/fail) and/or an oral examination (100%) which may include a written practical component to determine placement on the eligible list. Disaster Service Workers: All San Benito County employees are designated “Disaster Service Workers” through state and local laws (CA Government Code Sec. 3100-3109 and Emergency Services Chapter 6 via adoption of local Ordinance No. 361 § 1, 2-25-75). As Disaster Service Workers, all County employees are expected to remain at work, or to report for work as soon as practicable, following significant emergency or disaster. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Please indicate your highest level of education. Did not complete high school or equivalent High School, GED, or equivalent Some College Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree or higher 04 Are you in possession of an associate number issued by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, indicating your status as an Associate Clinical Social Worker, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor? Yes No 05 Please indicate which of the following license(s) you possess. Note: For all license types, you must list your license information in the "Certificates and Licenses" section of the application. It must include the license number, issuer and expiration date. If the license is NOT issued by the State of California, please also list the state that issued the license. Clinical Social Worker Clinical Psychologist Professional Clinical Counselor Marriage and Family Therapist Professional of Healing Arts Not Currently Licensed 06 How many years of professional experience do you have working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and/or in a related social services field? No experience Less than 3 years of experience 3-4 years of experience 4-6 years of experience 6-8 years of experience 8-10 years of experience More than 10 years of experience 07 Please describe your experience relevant to question 6. If you do not have any relevant experience, please write "N/A." 08 Can you possess and maintain a valid California driver license as a condition of continued employment? Yes No 09 This position requires: a) Ability to travel both locally and occasionally beyond county borders for trainings and continuing education activities. b) Availability for evening, weekend, and holiday shifts, particularly for roles within the Crisis Team. c) Willingness to adapt to a flexible work schedule, potentially including 12-hour shifts as part of a rotational pattern. Can you meet these requirements? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Apr 22, 2024
Full Time
Description You must possess a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing or your application will not be accepted. THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. THERE ARE MULTIPLE VACANCIES INCLUDING BILINGUAL, LIMITED-TERM AND NON-BILINGUAL POSITIONS. THERE IS ALSO A PART-TIME, .60 FTE POSITION AVAILABLE. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. DEFINITION I Under close supervision, to provide public health nursing services including the prevention and control of diseases, health education, and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. II Under supervision, to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; to provide nursing services, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. III Under direction, to provide lead direction and work coordination for other professional nursing and support staff; to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; to provide complex, specialized, and general nursing, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. IV Under general direction, to provide the most complex, specialized, and general nursing, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; to provide lead direction and work coordination for other professional nursing and support staff; to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is the entry and first working level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents must have requisite public health nursing certification, but have limited public health nursing work experience. As experience is gained, incumbents learn to perform the full scope of public health nursing duties. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse II in that the II's have responsibility for more independently performing a larger scope of public health nursing duties and activities. When a Public Health Nurse I incumbent becomes familiar with the Department and demonstrates good sustained work performance, they may be promoted to the Public Health Nurse II. II This is the first journey level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents perform a wide scope of public health nursing duties. This class is distinguished from the Public Health Nurse I in that incumbents are expected to perform on a more independent basis. It is distinguished from Public Health Nurse III and IV in that Public Health Nurse III and IV incumbents perform more complex, specialized assignments, as well as provide lead direction, work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. III This is an advanced journey level and a lead class in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide the more complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse II by assignment of a higher level of public health program responsibilities and the performance of lead responsibilities for other professional nursing staff. It is distinguished from Public Health Nurse IV in that Public Health Nurse IV incumbents perform more complex, specialized assignments. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. IV This is the advanced and highest level and a lead class in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide the most complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse III by assignment of a higher level of public health program responsibilities. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. REPORTS TO Director of Health, Director of Nursing Services, Supervising Public Health Nurse, or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I/II This is not a supervisory class. III Provides lead direction and may provide work coordination for Public Health Nurse I, II. IV Provides lead direction and may provide work coordination for Public Health Nurse I, II, III. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit and stand for extended periods; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of medical and office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in clinical, office, and home environments; exposure to communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Incumbents are expected to follow universal precautions. Incumbents may be required to drive to remote areas of the County in all weather conditions Example of Duties (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) I Learns to plan, organize, and provide public health nursing services, health instruction and counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation in a clinic setting May learn the procedures and policies and work within a special program such as California Children Services Provides referrals Teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups Learns to instruct clients in family planning, sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up, and immunization procedures Learns to identify individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health Works with families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits Learns to refer and coordinate care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies Learns to identify special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet needs Assists individuals and families with implementing Physician recommendations Learns to plan, direct, and perform epidemiological investigations in homes, schools, community, and public health clinics Prepares appropriate health records and arranges follow-up services, based on findings Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other personnel regarding public health programs, patient reports, evaluations, medical tests, and related items May work with community groups in identifying and developing public health services and improving existing public health services Prepares reports and documents health findings; Compiles statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned II Plans, organizes and provides public health nursing services, health instruction, counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation in a clinic setting May work within a special program such as Maternal and Child Care, Community Health, or California Children Services identifying and interacting with local care providers Develops plans and direct resources consistent to programs goals and objectives Provides referrals Teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups Instructs clients in family planning, sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up, and immunization procedures Identifies individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health May make home visits to assess individual's progress Works with the families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits Refers and coordinates the care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies Identifies special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet those needs Assists individuals and families with implementing physician recommendations May plan, direct, and perform epidemiological investigations in homes, schools, the community, and public health clinics Prepares appropriate records and case documentation, arranging follow-up services based on findings Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other staff regarding public health programs, patient reports, evaluations, medical tests, and related items; may consult in multidisciplinary teams for the purpose of creating a plan of service for "at risk" families Works with community groups in identifying public health needs, developing needed public health services, and improving existing public health services Prepares reports and maintains records Compiles statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned III Investigates outbreaks of communicable diseases; plans and implements programs for the prevention and control of communicable disease, including tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, and AIDS Develops procedures to control the spread of communicable diseases and identify people needing public health services Provides interpretations of public health laws and regulations for others Assesses individuals and families, using health histories, observations of physical condition, and a variety of evaluative methods to identify health problems, health deficiencies, and health service needs Identifies psycho/social, cultural background, and environmental factors which may hinder health care services Assists with determining funding needs for the program Monitors budget expenditures Plans and coordinates services for special programs such as perinatal, maternal, child and adolescent (MCAH), or family planning Performs public health nursing activities to promote perinatal, child, and adolescent health Provides local case management and coordination for State mandated programs Participates in programs to enhance school children health Works with community groups to identify needs, develop and facilitate a variety of health services, and improve existing programs Refers individuals and families to appropriate agencies and clinics for health services Participates in programs to enhance community health services and education Attends conferences and workshops related to community health issues Assists with the preparation of program and service policies and procedures May supervise paraprofessional staff and volunteers Prepares reports and maintains records Complies statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes Performs a wide scope of complex professional public health nursing services Provides lead direction, training and work coordination for other professional nurses. Other duties as assigned. IV Investigates outbreaks of communicable diseases; plans and implements programs for the prevention and control of communicable disease, including tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, and AIDS Develops procedures to control the spread of communicable diseases and identify people needing public health services Provides interpretations of public health laws and regulations for others Assesses individuals and families, using health histories, observations of physical condition, and a variety of evaluative methods to identify health problems, health deficiencies, and health service needs Identifies psycho/social, cultural background, and environmental factors which may hinder health care services Assists with determining funding needs for the program Monitors budget expenditures Plans and coordinates services for special programs such as perinatal, maternal, child and adolescent (MCAH), or family planning Performs public health nursing activities to promote perinatal, child, and adolescent health Provides local case management and coordination for State mandated programs Participates in programs to enhance school children health Works with community groups to identify needs, develop and facilitate a variety of health services, and improve existing programs Refers individuals and families to appropriate agencies and clinics for health services Participates in programs to enhance community health services and education; attends conferences and workshops related to community health issues; Assists with the preparation of program and service policies and procedures; May supervise paraprofessional staff and volunteers; prepares reports and maintains records; Complies statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes; Performs a wide scope of complex professional public health nursing services; Provides lead direction, training and work coordination for other professional nurses. Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. I Some nursing experience in a public health setting is highly desirable. II One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse I with San Benito County. III One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse II with San Benito County IV One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse III with San Benito County. Special Requirements I-IV Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California Possession of a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: I Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general/public health nursing. Community aspects of public health nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, and tuberculosis. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and public health. Principles of public health education. II Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventive medicine. Community aspects of public nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable disease. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and public health programs. III Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of lead direction, program and work coordination, and training. IV Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of lead direction, program and work coordination, and training. Ability to: I Learn to organize and carry out public health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Collect, analyze, and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations and other government agencies when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Effectively represent the Nursing Division in contacts with public, other county staff and other government agencies. II Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. III Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide work direction and coordination for other staff. Provide instruction in the prevention and control of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. IV Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide work direction and coordination for other staff. Provide instruction in the prevention and control of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Do you possess a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California? Yes No 04 Please provide your RN license number here. If you do not have one, write "N/A". 05 Do you possess a certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing? Yes No 06 Are you proficient in the Spanish language? Yes No 07 Please indicate which positions you are interested in. Bilingual Non-Bilingual Limited-Term Part-Time Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Apr 19, 2024
Full Time
Description THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. DEFINITION Under general direction, to perform a variety of skilled inspection, diagnosis, maintenance, servicing, and repair work on gas, propane, and diesel power driven equipment; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the journey level in Heavy Equipment Mechanic class series. Incumbents perform a variety of skilled maintenance and repair work on County light and heavy power driven equipment and busses. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Heavy Equipment Mechanic II level without further competition. REPORTS TO Road Maintenance Superintendent CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED None TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Occasionally sits; frequently stand, walk, stoop, kneel, and crouch; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use a variety of hand and power equipment, electrical testing equipment used in the mechanical trades; use a computer and telephone; operate a variety of road maintenance equipment. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in a shop environment; occasionally works outdoors in varying temperatures; exposure to hazardous materials, smoke, gasses, and fumes; exposure to hazards such as moving machine parts and electrical current; continuous contact with other staff. Example of Duties EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Inspects, locates, and diagnoses mechanical and/or electrical defects on County trucks, a variety of light and heavy maintenance and construction equipment, and busses; determines extent of necessary repairs; overhauls, repairs, and adjusts transmissions, differentials, air brakes, hydraulic systems, clutches, and engines; tunes-up engines, replacing ignition parts and cleaning and adjusting carburetors and fuel injection systems; replaces and repairs faulty parts, including wheel bearings, oil seals, shock absorbers, exhaust systems, steering mechanisms and other components; works on generators, distributors, relays, lights, and switches; changes and installs belts and hoses; maintains time and materials records for work orders; changes tires; orders and maintains inventory of requisite parts and supplies; carries out preventive maintenance programs; may weld and fabricate parts and equipment; may make field and emergency repairs; installs emergency warning equipment; may road test repaired equipment, may operate a special fueling station and transit facility, may assist with planning new equipment procurement. Minimum Qualifications Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Graduation from high school or equivalent and; Two years of responsible work experience as a journey level automotive mechanic,preferably including substantial experience in working on heavy construction equipment. Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Employees hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with the California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements within six months from the date of hire and possession of valid California Class A driver's license within one year from the date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Practices, tools, equipment, and materials used in skilled gas, propane, and diesel- powered equipment maintenance and repair work. Operation and care of internal combustion engines and components. Principles and methods of preventive maintenance. Safe work practices and procedures. Hydraulic valves and controls, hydraulic and air brake systems, and electronic ignition systems. Principles and methods of gas and electrical welding. Ability to: Inspect gas, propane, and diesel-powered equipment and accurately diagnose electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical defects. Skillfully use a variety of hand and power tools in the maintenance and repair of automotive equipment and heavy equipment. Performed skilled testing, adjustment, repair, and overhaul work on automotive equipment and heavy equipment. Read and interpret shop and repair manuals. Apply technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical trades work. Estimate time and materials for repair jobs. Maintain accurate records and reports. Operate light and heavy road maintenance equipment in a safe manner. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I have read the above instructions and understand that my responses to the supplemental questions are required, and my responses will be used to determine the best qualified candidates for this job. I certify that my responses are accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that should my name be placed on an eligible list and it is later found that my responses are inaccurate, my name will be immediately removed from the eligible list and my application will be removed from consideration for this role. Yes No 02 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 03 Do you possess or have the ability to obtain a valid State Driver's License? Yes No 04 Do you possess a valid class A drivers license? Yes No 05 Please indicate your highest level of education. Did not complete high school or equivalent High School, GED, or equivalent Some College Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree or higher 06 How many years of responsible work experience do you have as a journey level automotive mechanic? 07 Please explain your substantial experience in working on heavy construction equipment. Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description DEFINITION Under general direction, to provide day-to-day supervision for inmates assigned from the County Jail to perform basic and semi-skilled work in the maintenance and repair of County buildings, and clean-up of County roadways, structures, landscaped areas, and parks; to perform a variety of general maintenance; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a specialized job classification for employees who supervise inmates in performing maintenance and clean-up activities for roads, buildings, landscaped areas, and parks. Assignments involve basic painting, carpentry, plumbing, and electrical repairs, as well as grounds/parks/road maintenance work REPORTS TO Road Maintenance Superintendent or Facilities and Grounds Manager CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Inmate workers or other temporary help personnel as assigned. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Frequently stand and walk; ability to sit for up to three hours; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; ability to wear safety and protective clothing such as hard hats, safety glasses/goggles, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, boots and chemical resistant clothing; use of heavy power-driven maintenance equipment as well as hand tools, chain saws, grinders, drill presses, and jackhammers. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, solvents, oil, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, electrical current and explosives; constant contact with staff and the public. Example of Duties (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Assists in planning inmate work crew activities Works with Sheriff Department staff in assignment of inmates Picks up and drives inmates to designated work sites Assigns individuals or groups to activities such as cutting/clearing brush, clearing roadside debris, cleaning, removing, and replacing culverts Performing basic painting and carpentry Digging ditches, burning grasses and clearing/maintaining roadways, parks, landscaped areas, and other County facilities Provides training to crews Enforces County Jail policies for inmate crews Estimates and schedules work to be done and the quantities of material needed Inspects work projects in progress and upon completion Ensures that work crews employ proper work safety methods and standards Maintains records of work performed and supplies used Coordinates maintenance activities with other Public Works and County Activities, as well as outside agencies Performs semi-skilled maintenance activities and other public works and parks facility maintenance and construction work, as necessary Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, Three years of experience in public works construction and maintenance work comparable to a Road Maintenance Worker II in San Benito County, preferably including some supervisory experience. Special Requirements: Possession of or ability to obtain an appropriate valid California Drivers License. Clean driving record. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Methods, tools, equipment, materials, and work practices involved in the maintenance, construction, and repair of roads and public works facilities. Safe work practices. Principles of supervision and training. Record keeping and reporting procedures. General grounds keeping and landscape maintenance methods and procedures. Ability to: Assign, supervise, train, and evaluate the work of other staff. Perform a variety of skilled equipment operation and maintenance work. Read and interpret plans and specifications. Estimate time, materials and equipment needed to perform construction and maintenance work. Maintain time and equipment records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes No 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Do you currently possess a valid California Driver's License? Yes No 04 Did you graduate from high school or equivalent? Yes No 05 Do you have at least three years of experience in public works construction and maintenance work comparable to a Road Maintenance Worker II in San Benito County? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective January 2024. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. APPLY IMMEDIATELY AS THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Under general supervision, to perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; to patrol assigned area and enforce state and local laws; to conduct investigations of misdemeanor and felony crimes; and to do related work as required. Example of Duties Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection or life and property Conducts preliminary investigations, interrogates witnesses, gathers evidence and takes statements in connection with suspected criminal activities Substantiates finding of fact in court Serves warrants, civil documents and makes arrests Conducts Coroner's investigations and prepares reports Investigates accidents Assists and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in investigations and arrests Maintains departmental files and records Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition Prepares detailed reports of all activities Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Must have successfully completed, or successfully complete during the probationary period, a Basic Academy certified by the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California operator's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. Must possess or obtain during the probationary period, valid First Aid and CPR certificates. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Principles and practices of law enforcement. Laws of arrest and rules of evidence. Laws applicable to the apprehension and treatment of juveniles. Care and operation of small firearms and other law enforcement equipment. First Aid and CPR. Ability to: Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory. Secure information from witnesses and suspects. Make independent decisions while working in the field. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Interpret, explain and apply laws and regulations. Write clear and comprehensive reports. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Use and care for firearms and other law enforcement equipment. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Meet and maintain standards of physical endurance and agility. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Health Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local SAFETY 2.7@ 55 for new PERS Members Long Term Disability Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Do you possess a CA Class C driver's license as of today? If you are out-of-state, do you possess a driver's license in your state of residence as of today, and are you willing and able to obtain a CA driver's license if offered the position? Yes No 03 Do you possess an active California Basic Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) certificate? If yes, please attach your certificate to your application. Yes No 04 Do you possess a valid CPR certificate? If yes, please attach it to your application material. The certificate must show your name and the expiration date. Yes No 05 Do you possess a valid First Aid certificate? If yes, please attach it to your application material. The certificate must show your name and the expiration date. Yes No 06 How many years of law enforcement patrol experience do you possess? None Less than one year One to less than 2 years Two to less than three years Three to less than four years Four to less than five years Five or more years 07 Please describe your law enforcement patrol experience. If none, type "N/A". Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. DEFINITION Under general direction, to provide assessments, diagnoses, prognoses, counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment for Mental Health Department clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I : DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is an entry level professional Mental Health Clinician classification and typically the individual that meets the qualifications for this position is an unlicensed clinician that meets the requirements to be and is registered with the State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT). Individuals occupying the Mental Health Clinician -I of the classification series typically have not completed the BBS required number of clinical service delivery hours working under the supervision of an assigned Licensed Clinician as required by the BBS. A Mental Health Clinician-I completes clinical service delivery responsibilities under the supervision of a Licensed Clinician assigned by the department to provided unlicensed clinician supervision. Individuals in this job classification series have responsibility for providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Such individuals are also required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Upon successful completion of State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) licensing exams and the awarding of Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist designation, incumbents may be promoted to the Mental Health Clinician level II. REPORTS TO Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor or designee. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory classification. MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN II: DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the advanced-level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Individuals that occupy the level-2 have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT). Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. REPORTS TO Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, Director of Behavioral Health, Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor or designee. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory classification MENTAL HEALTH CLINICAN III: DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is an advanced journey-level professional providing mental health services as part of a multi-disciplinary team under general supervision. Increments in this classification demonstrate a greater skill and depth of the job knowledge in the assortments, and are able to independently perform most complex clinical and case management assignments. Individuals that occupy the level-III have possessed the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT) for a minimum of one year. Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Demonstrates leadership within the multi-disciplinary team. Incumbents in the Level -III classification series may be required and assigned to provide consultation for other Mental Health Clinicians in the Mental Health Clinicians at the level-I and II in the clinician series. Incumbents in the Level-3 classification series after hour's crisis response duty s may also be assigned to be a clinical consultant for other clinicians that may include being the clinical consult contact staff as needed, for other clinicians fulfilling after hours crisis response duty. Incumbents in the Level-III classification series may also be assigned to fulfill after hours crisis response duty. REPORTS TO Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, Director of Behavioral Health, Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory classification. May serve as lead clinician. MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I/II/III TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Example of Duties EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I/II: Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Other duties as assigned MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN III: Independently assess, evaluates, and provides mental health and/or substance abuse services including individual, group, and family therapy/counseling, rehabilitation, crises intervention, and case management services for persons with serious mental illnesses or youth with serious emotional disturbance utilizing culturally sensitive, client/family-centered, strength-based well ness and recovery models of service delivery. Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; collaborates with other support agencies and community organizations. Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Assist in the development and monitoring of policies and procedures as assigned. Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Develops and participates in training on a verity of topics such as cultural competency, clinical practice, compliance, treatments planning, case management and makes presentations to local agencies and community groups regarding issues related to mental health and or substance abuse. Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I: Education: Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university AND Experience: Two years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN II: Education: Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience: One year as a Mental Health Clinician I with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN III: Education: Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience: One year as a Mental Health Clinician II with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Special Requirements Must possess and maintain a valid California License as a Clinical Social Worker or as a Marriage and Family Counselor. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Knowledge Of/Ability To MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I/II/III: Knowledge of: Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to: Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies The contents of this class specification shall not be construed to constitute any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee, nor shall it constitute a contract of employment. The County of San Benito assumes no responsibility beyond the general accuracy of the document, nor does it assume responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information contained herein. The contents of this specification may be modified or revoked without notice. Terms and conditions of employment are determined through a "meet and confer" process and are subject to the Memorandum of Understanding currently in effect . In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes No 02 Are you an unlicensed clinician that meets the requirements to be and is registered with the State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT)? Yes No 03 Have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT)? Yes No 04 Are you a licensed clinical psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, or a licensed marriage, family and child counselor in the State of California? If the answer is yes, please attach a copy of your license. Yes No 05 Do you have a Ph.D or Master's dgree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university? Yes No 06 How many years of professional experience do you have working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency? 07 Please describe your professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS WILL BE ON OCTOBER 25TH; SUBSEQUENT REVIEWS WILL BE EVERY TWO WEEKS AFTER THAT, AS NEEDED. THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANYTIME The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. DEFINITION I Under supervision, to perform a variety of physical labor duties; and to do related work as required. II Under general supervision, to perform a variety of assignments in the maintenance, repair, and construction of roads, bridges, and drainage systems; to operate light equipment; and to do related work as required. III Under general supervision, to skillfully operate a variety of construction and maintenance equipment such as trucks and heavy-power-driven road maintenance and construction equipment; to perform a variety of assignments in the maintenance, repair, and construction of roads, bridges, and drainage systems; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is an entry level classification in the Road Maintenance Worker class series. This level is distinguished from Road Maintenance Worker II by the performance of a narrow range of unskilled and semi-skilled road maintenance assignments under close supervision. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Road Maintenance Worker II level without further competition. II This is the first experienced working level in the Road Maintenance Worker class series. Incumbents are assigned to variety of maintenance, repair, construction, and light equipment operation assignments. They may operate heavy construction and maintenance equipment, similar to that operated by a Road Maintenance Worker III, in a training capacity or on an emergency basis. Incumbents are not expected to display the same level of skill and accuracy in heavy equipment operation required of a Road Maintenance Worker III. Incumbents in this class are subject to twenty-four "call-out" for road related emergencies. Employees who successfully complete the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program will advance to the Road Maintenance Worker III level without further competition. III This is the heavy equipment operator level in the Road Maintenance Worker class series. Incumbents are assigned to operate a wide variety of heavy construction and maintenance equipment. The operation of this equipment is characterized by a high degree of skill in manipulation of hand and foot controls and accuracy in moving materials to exact specifications. An incumbent in the Road Maintenance Worker II class may operate similar equipment in a training or emergency basis, but they are not expected to display the same level of skill and accuracy required of a Road Maintenance Worker III. Incumbents in this class are subject to twenty-four "call-out" for road related emergencies. May provide lead direction for others in the Road Maintenance Worker series. REPORTS TO I/II Road Maintenance Supervisor III Road Maintenance Superintendant. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I None. II Road Maintenance Worker I III This is not a supervisory class. However, incumbents may provide lead direction and work coordination for other staff. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS I Frequently stand and walk; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of hand tools, including chain saw. II Frequently stand and walk; ability to sit for up to three hours; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; ability to wear safety and protective clothing such as hard hats, safety glasses/goggles, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, boots and chemical resistant clothing; use of maintenance equipment as well as hand tools, chain saws, grinders, drill press, and jackhammer. III Frequently stand and walk; ability to sit for up to three hours; walk for long distances and on sloped ground and slippery and uneven surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to lift material weighing over 100 lbs. with assistance; ability to bend, stoop, kneel, crawl, and crouch; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; ability to wear safety and protective clothing such as hard hats, safety glasses/goggles, ear plugs, respirators, gloves, boots and chemical resistant clothing; use of maintenance equipment such as backhoes, graders, and front end loaders, as well as hand tools, chain saws, grinders, drill presses, and jackhammers. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS I Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, exposure to electrical current; constant contact with staff and the public. II Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; sometimes works alone and in remote locations; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, solvents, oil, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, exposure to electrical current; constant contact with staff and the public III Work is performed outside in varying temperature, weather, and humidity conditions; sometimes works alone and in remote locations; work is performed in an environment with constant noise; exposure to gasses, solvents, oil, fumes, dust, grease and oils; exposure to moving equipment, exposure to electrical current; contact with staff and the public. Example of Duties (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) I Assists with and performs a variety of unskilled duties in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, and drainage systems Performs duties such as setting up traffic control signs Serves as a flag person for road repair and maintenance crews May cut weeds, clear debris, and clean ditches Performs routine maintenance and repairs duties on equipment Loads, rakes, and shovels asphalt Hand sweeps surfaces Patches holes and repairs roads Operates general hand tools such as chain saws Drives a vehicle to transport materials, tools and equipment May use a shovel work to open, widen, and backfilling excavations Performs maintenance clean-up duties around the Public Works yard Communicates with the public during flagging duties Operates a two-way radio Other duties as assigned II Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, and related facilities Performs oil and chip seal work on roads Performs semi-skilled concrete work in the construction and maintenance of culverts, and related structures Mixes and places concrete Cuts and prepares roads for patches, spreads pre-mix and oil Rakes asphalt Performs maintenance functions such as cutting brush, clearing culverts, and cleaning ditches Operates hand tools such as jack-hammers and chain saws Assists with the maintenance and repair of construction equipment Performs routine servicing of equipment such as changing oil and filters May serve as flag person for road repair and maintenance crews May transport road maintenance equipment throughout the County using proper tie down techniques Uses a shovel work to open, widen, and backfill excavations Removes objects and dead animals from the roads Checks roads for hazards Maintains records of materials and equipment used Communicates with the public during flagging duties Operates a two-way radio; learns to operate a variety of power-driven equipment such as crawlers, tractors, loaders, power booms, chippers, graders, and other power-driven equipment Uses backhoe attachments on appropriate equipment Operates trucks in the hauling of road fill and base materials for construction, maintenance, and repair projects May perform sign maintenance, inventory and repair May conduct traffic surveys/speed counts, and classification surveys May perform stripping and road marking, as assigned May perform welding and fabricating assignments. Works alongside work crews Other duties as assigned III Operates a variety of trucks in the hauling of road fill and base materials for construction, maintenance, and repair projects Operates crawlers, tractors, loaders, power booms, chippers, graders, and other power-driven equipment Uses backhoe attachments on appropriate equipment Performs oil and chip seal work on roads May perform sign maintenance and repair May perform semi-skilled concrete work in the construction and maintenance of culverts, and related structures Mixes and places concrete Cuts and prepares roads for patches Spreads pre-mix and oil Rakes asphalt Performs a variety of maintenance work in the construction, maintenance, operation and repair of roads, bridges, landfill sites, and related facilities Operates hand tools such as jack-hammers and chain saws Assists with the maintenance and repair of construction equipment and performs routine servicing of equipment such as changing oil and filters Transports road maintenance equipment throughout the County using proper tie down techniques May use a shovel to open, widen, and backfill excavations Checks roads for hazards Maintains records of materials and equipment used Operates a two-way radio Provide Heavy Equipment Operator training to Road Maintenance Worker I/II and Heavy Equipment Mechanic classifications as part of a county heavy equipment operator apprenticeship training program for operating skills to use in realistic working conditions. Training will complete excavation, rough and finish grading, road building, utilities trenching, setting culverts and material handling. Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, Some previous work experience performing heavy physical labor is highly desirable. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements within six months from date of hire and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within one year from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. II Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, One year of road maintenance work and construction experience comparable to that of a Road Maintenance Worker I with San Benito County. Work experience must include training and background in truck or equipment operations. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees who were hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driving permit in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements and possession of a valid California Class A driver's license within six months from date of hire. Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Examination & Skills Test: Heavy Equipment Operator Skills Test Required. Skills' Testing is available through Risk Management. Contact Risk Management at 831-636-4000 to request Skills Testing. III Graduation from high school or equivalent; and, Two years of road maintenance work and construction experience comparable to that of a Road Maintenance Worker II with San Benito County. Work experience must include training and heavy equipment operations. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License; and, Employees who were hired after August 20, 2013 and employees who have volunteered for the Heavy Equipment Operator Apprenticeship Program must also possess a Class A driver's license in conformance with California Department of Motor Vehicle licensing requirements . Out-of-pocket expenses as they relate to pursuing a valid California Class A driver's license would be the responsibility of applicants or employees. Incumbents transporting hazardous materials may be required to possess special endorsements. Examination & Skills Test: Heavy Equipment Operator Skills Test Required. Skills' Testing is available through Risk Management. Contact Risk Management at 831-636-4000 to request Skills Testing. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: I Safe driving practices and the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of motor vehicles. Work safety practices. II Procedures, tools, equipment and materials used in the maintenance and construction of roads and public works facilities. Operation and routine maintenance of light equipment and trucks. Provisions of the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of medium and light equipment on streets and roads. Work safety practices. III Procedures, tools, equipment and materials used in the maintenance and construction of roads and public works facilities. Operation and routine maintenance of construction equipment including loaders, graders, trucks, rollers, and related equipment. Provisions of the California Vehicle Code relating to the operation of medium and heavy equipment on streets and roads. Work safety practices. Ability to: I Perform a variety of unskilled and semiskilled work in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, culverts, and public works facilities. Perform heavy physical labor. Follow oral and written directions. Maintain and make basic repairs to equipment. Maintain basic records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II Perform a variety of unskilled, semiskilled, and skilled work in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, culverts, and public works facilities. Skillfully operate and maintain light equipment including trucks and related equipment. Learn to skillfully operate heavy construction equipment. Perform heavy physical labor. Follow oral and written directions. Maintain and make basic repairs to equipment. Maintain time and equipment records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. III Perform a variety of unskilled, semiskilled, and skilled work in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County road, culverts, and public works facilities. Skillfully operate heavy road construction and maintenance equipment including loaders, graders, trucks, rollers and related equipment. Perform heavy physical labor. Follow oral and written directions. Maintain and make basic repairs to equipment. Maintain time and equipment records. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 Do you possess a valid CA Class C driver's license? Yes No 02 Do you possess either of the following? CA Class A driving permit CA Class A driver's license None of the above 03 Have you graduated from high school or obtained an equivalency such as GED? Yes No 04 This position requires you to obtain the following: Level I- must obtain a Class A permit within 6 months, Class A Drivers License within 1 year from date of hire Level II- must possess a Class A permit upon hire and Class A Drivers License within 6 months from date of hire, Level III- must possess a Class A Drivers License at the time of hire. Are you willing and able to obtain the above? Yes No Already have 05 You may be subject to 24-hour "call-out" for road related emergencies throughout San Benito County. Is this something you are willing and able to do? Yes No 06 How much experience do you have in road maintenance and construction experience? (This experience MUST include training & background in truck and/or equipment operations.) Two or more One to less than two No experience 07 Do you have any work experience performing heavy physical labor? A great deal of experience Some experience No experience 08 How many years of experience do you have performing a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the maintenance, construction, and repair of County roads, bridges, and related facilities? Five or more years Three to less than five years One to less than three years Less than one year No experience 09 How many years of experience do you have operating the following: crawlers, tractors, loaders, power booms, chippers, graders, and/or other power-driven equipment? Five or more years Three to less than five years One to less than three years Less than one year No experience Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANYTIME AND WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED. The posted salary reflects the 7% increase effective October 1, 2023. An additional 6% salary increase will occur in October 2024. Increased County contributions to medical will be in effect starting January 1, 2024. Under general direction, to plan, organize, direct, and coordinate the building inspection and building code enforcement functions of the County; to train, supervise, and evaluate the work of subordinate staff; to provide consultation for building ordinance revision and development; to perform the most complex and sensitive inspection, plan review, and code enforcement work; to approve building permits; to answer questions regarding code enforcement and structural requirements for the public, architects, contractors, and engineers; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a single position classification for themed-level management position, which provides direction and supervision for the County's building inspection, plan checking, and code enforcement functions. The incumbent administers a comprehensive building plan check and inspection program in the County's unincorporated areas through the enforcement of Federal, State and County codes, ordinances and regulations. Determines occupancy classification of buildings. Interprets building codes, makes final professional and technical determinations for building permit issuance and code enforcement. REPORTS TO Director Of Building and Planning CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Building Inspector I, II, III Code Enforcement Officer I, II, III Permit Technician TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in office, outdoor, and driving environments; some assignments performed alone in remote locations; work is performed in varying temperatures; exposure to dust, chemicals, and gases; exposure to electrical currents; continuous contact with staff and the public. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; ability to walk in uneven terrain and on slippery surfaces; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; ability to crawl through various areas requiring movement on hands and knees; ability to climb, stoop, crouch, and kneel; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX; operate an automobile. Example of Duties (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Plans, organizes, directs, and manages the County's building inspection, plan checking, and code enforcement functions Supervises, trains, and evaluates assigned staff Develops a unit budget and controls expenditures Provides major input in the development and revision of County building ordinances Develops and recommends changes in fee schedules Serves on special committees and task forces Oversees the development and maintenance of building inspection records Performs the most complex and sensitive building inspection, plan checking, and enforcement functions Provides consultation and assists staff with work problems and assignments Approves the issue of building permits; provides advice and consultation to the public, contractors, architects, and engineers Represents the County Building Inspection functions and policies with the Board of Supervisors, community organizations, other government agencies, and the general public. Minimum Qualifications Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Five years of responsible building inspection experience, preferably including experience in a lead, supervisory, or management position. Special Requirements: Possession or ability to obtain building inspector/plans examiner certification by ICBO/ICC as a building inspector Ability to obtain certification as a California Building Official (CALBO) Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: Thorough knowledge of the uniform codes effecting building inspection Thorough knowledge of construction methods, building materials and tools and safety standards used in the general construction trades Thorough knowledge of State and County regulations relating to the technical requirements for building permit applications and collection of fees for same Building codes and ordinances enforceable by the County Principles of mathematics related to the building trades. Inspection methods and procedures County code enforcement policies Plan checking and review. Working knowledge of principles and practices of management, supervision, training and employee evaluation Working knowledge if seismic and energy considerations in the design and construction of building and structures Some knowledge of the application of data processing to building inspection operations Knowledge of the functional responsibilities of the planning process Ability to: Plan, organize, manage, and direct County building inspection, plan checking, and code enforcement functions. Provide supervision, training, and work evaluation to assigned staff. Perform the most complex inspection, plan checking and review, and code enforcement assignments. Use and apply a wide scope of inspection methods and techniques. Detect deviations from laws, regulations, and standard construction practices. Read, interpret, and explain building plans, specifications, and codes. Apply technical knowledge of building trades work. Make mathematical calculations quickly and accurately. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Provide advice on acceptable construction methods and practices. Enforce regulations with firmness and tact. Prepare clear and concise reports. Represent the County Building Inspection functions with the Board of Supervisors, community organizations, other government agencies, and the public. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS FOR MANAGEMENT EMPLOYEES (This is meant to be an overview of benefits only. For full benefit terms and conditions, please see MOU) Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Newly hired MEG employees may be eligible for higher vacation accrual rate for previous public sector experience (verification required). Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Administrative Leave: Management employees receive 80 hours of administrative leave per calendar year. Forty (40) unused hours can be paid out at the end of the calendar year. Administrative leave is pro-rated. Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Safety officers and dispatchers receive approximately 5% holiday pay in addition to their base pay in lieu of paid holidays off. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Medical Plan: Comprehensive CalPERS medical plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are eligible to participate. Increase County contributions to medical effective January 2024. a. Employee Only: $750.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum b. Employee Plus One: $1,250.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum c. Family: $1,515.00, which would include the PEMHCA Minimum The County's contribution above shall be prorated for positions that are less than .90 FTE rounding to the nearest one-quarter time. HRA: Employee Only Medical Plan: $1,500 maximum Employee Plus One Medical Plan: $3,000 maximum. Employee Plus Family Medical Plan: $4,000 maximum. Employees who are eligible to receive a "cash in lieu of' enrollment in the County's medical plan shall receive a taxable payment of $150 monthly (pro-rated into biweekly installments of $69.23). Dental Plan: County contributes $30 to Delta Dental plan for full-time employees and their families. Vision Plan: The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to full-time employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Voluntary life insurance plans available. Disability Insurance: Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Flexible Spending Accounts: Health and Dependent Care available, pre-tax deductions. 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Do you have at least five years of responsible building inspection experience? Yes No 04 Does any of your experience include being in a lead, supervisory, or management position? Yes No 05 Do you possess a building inspector/plans examiner certification by ICBO/ICC as a building inspector? If so, please attach proof. Yes No 06 Do you possess certification as a California Building Official (CALBO)? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, CA, USA
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description APPLY IMMEDIATELY AS THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME I Under supervision, to work in a training capacity, learning to supervise inmates at the County Detention Facility and maintain Facility security; to learn procedures and methods for the care, custody, and confinement of inmates; to oversee work details and leisure activities; to learn bailiff duties during court sessions; and to do related work as required. II Under general supervision, to supervise inmates at the County Detention Facility, according to laws, regulations, and policies of the State of California and San Benito County; to enforce Facility rules and maintain Facility security; to be responsible for the care, custody, and confinement of inmates during an assigned shift; to oversee work details and leisure activities; to perform bailiff duties during court sessions; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is the entry and training level in the Correctional Officer class series. Incumbents work in a learning capacity performing Correctional Officer duties related to the care, custody, and confinement of inmates at the County Detention Facility. Incumbents may also learn bailiff functions. This class is distinguished from Correctional Officer II by the fact that Correctional Officer II incumbents are expected to be fully trained and capable of performing assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. A Correctional Officer I may be promoted to Correctional Officer II after demonstration of sufficient skills and knowledge and sound work habits. II This is the journey level in the Correctional Officer class series. Incumbents perform a wide scope of Correctional Officer duties related to the care, custody, and confinement of inmates at the County Detention Facility. Incumbents may be assigned bailiff and transportation duties requiring firearms training and proficiency. This class is distinguished from Correctional Officer I by the fact that incumbents are expected to be fully trained and capable of performing assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. It is distinguished from Senior Correctional Officer by the fact that Senior Correctional Officers regularly perform lead and special assignments. I/II REPORTS TO Correctional Sergeant CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory class. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; climb stairs and ladders; maintain mental alertness during periods of inactivity; ability to stoop, kneel, and bend over; sufficient manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing in excess of 100 lbs with assistance; physical ability to sustain extra physical effort for a substantial period of time and restrain prisoners; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office and outdoor environments; work is performed in a variety of temperatures and weather conditions; unusual exposure to life threatening situations; continuous contact with inmates, other staff and the public. Example of Duties (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) I Assists with supervision of inmates in the County Detention Facility. May oversee inmates during leisure time activities and on work details. Checks work areas to insure that inmates are working on assigned projects. Sees that facilities, cells, and grounds are kept sanitary. Conducts periodic block checks Learns procedures and performs searches of inmates. Performs searches of cells and other areas for contraband Maintains discipline among inmates Opens and censors incoming mail Maintains and updates Detention Facility records. Responds to inquiries regarding inmate detention and Detention Facility policies within constraints of Department regulations. Learns to receive and book inmates Learns fingerprinting and takes photographs; learns to assign prisoners to cells according to the Facility classification plan; learns requirements and releases prisoners on proper authorization, returning personal property and clothing. May testify in court and before disciplinary boards. Delivers pre-packaged medications, according to specific instructions. Learns methods and procedures and investigates incidents and violations of rules at the facility for disciplinary reports and possible citation or arrest. Collects and secures evidence; may transport inmates to and from court, medical appointments, and other institutions. Supervises inmates and visitors during visiting hours May learn and perform bailiff assignments. Serves warrants. Operates a centralized control system controlling access and movement in the Facility. II Supervises inmates in the County Detention Facility; supervises inmates during leisure time activities and on work details; checks work areas to insure that inmates are working on assigned projects; sees that facilities, cells, and grounds are kept sanitary; conducts periodic block checks; performs searches of inmates; performs searches of cells and other areas for contraband; maintains discipline among inmates; opens and censors incoming mail; maintains and updates Detention Facility records; responds to inquiries regarding inmate detention and Detention Facility policies within constraints of Department regulations; receives and books inmates; performs fingerprinting and takes photographs; assigns prisoners to cells according to the Facility classification plan; releases prisoners on proper authorization, returning personal property and clothing; testifies in court and before disciplinary boards; delivers pre-packaged medications, according to specific instructions; investigates incidents and violations of rules at the facility for disciplinary reports and possible citation or arrest; collects and secures evidence; may transport inmates to and from court, medical appointments, and other institutions; supervises inmates and visitors during visiting hours; may supervise, guard, and protect inmates during court sessions, maintaining responsibility for the general security of the courtroom; when serving as bailiff follows directives of the presiding judge in carrying out court orders; operates courtroom recording equipment; calculates and prepares good time and work time credit reports for the courts; may provide security for juries during deliberations; serves warrants; operates a centralized control system controlling access and movement in the Facility. Minimum Qualifications Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I Some previous work experience with a correctional system is highly desirable. Special Requirements Completion of a Basic Jail Operations Course approved by S.T.C. must be accomplished within 12 months of initial employment. Completion of P.C. 832 and weapons training is required within 12 months of initial employment. Possession of a valid California Driver's License. II One year of previous professional law enforcement experience comparable to that of a Correctional Officer I with San Benito County. Special Requirements Completion of a Basic Jail Operations Course approved by S.T.C. Completion of P.C. 832 and weapons training. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: I Basic knowledge of correctional procedures and inmate control problems. Good public relations techniques. First aid methods and techniques. II San Benito County Detention Facility procedures, policies, and regulations. States and Federal laws and regulations related to jail operations, booking procedures, and custody of inmates. Problems related to the care and custody of inmates. Duties and responsibilities of a bailiff. Recent court decisions affecting arrest procedures and the handling of suspects and detained persons. Good public relations techniques. Use and care of Department authorized equipment and firearms as assigned. First aid methods and techniques. Computers and software used by the County Detention Facility. Ability to: I Learn the purposes, methods, and procedures for the care and custody of inmates at the San Benito County Detention Facility. Learn to perform a variety of corrections work. Read, understand, and interpret laws and regulations regarding operation of the County Detention Facility and the care and custody of inmates. Learn bailiff responsibilities and duties if assigned. Gather and organize data and information. Interview and secure information from people. Make independent judgments and adopt quick, effective, and responsible courses of action during emergencies. Prepare clear, comprehensive reports. Meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance, and agility. Learn technical and tactical proficiency in the use and care of firearms if necessary. Work with computerized law enforcement information systems. Operate a keyboard and/or typewriter with sufficient skill to perform booking and report preparation assignments. Effectively, tactfully, and courteously represent the Sheriff/Coroner Department with the public and other law enforcement agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II Perform a wide variety of correctional work. Read, understand, and interpret laws and regulations regarding operation of the County Detention Facility and the care and custody of inmates. Perform bailiff duties when assigned. Gather and organize data and information. Interview and secure information from people. Make independent judgments and adopt quick, effective, and responsible courses of action during emergencies. Prepare clear, comprehensive reports. Meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance, and agility. Demonstrate technical and tactical proficiency in the use and care of firearms. Operate a keyboard and/or typewriter with sufficient skill to perform booking and report preparation assignments. Work with computerized law enforcement information systems. Effectively, tactfully, and courteously represent the Sheriff/Coroner Department with the public and other law enforcement agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Health Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local SAFETY 2.7@ 55 for new PERS Members Long Term Disability Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 02 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 03 Are you a high school graduate or do you have a General Education Development Certificate (GED)? Yes No 04 Are you at least 21 years of age? Yes, I am 21 years of age or older. No, I am not at least 21 years of age. 05 Do you possess a CA Class C driver's license as of today? If you are out-of-state, do you possess a driver's license in your state of residence as of today, and are you willing and able to obtain a CA driver's license if offered the position? Yes No 06 Have you completed a Basic Jail Operations Course approved by S.T.C.? If not, this must be accomplished within 12 months of initial employment. Yes No 07 Have you completed P.C. 832 and weapons training? If not, this must be completed within 12 months of initial employment. Yes No 08 If yes to supplemental question #6 and/or #7, did you attach a copy of the PC 832 certificates to your application? Yes No 09 List any training, experience or education that you feel qualifies you for this position, please list it below. 10 Do you possess a valid T-Score from a BSCC written exam for the Adults Correction Officer? If yes, please attach a copy of the letter/email. Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous