Hanover County Government

Hanover County, VA is a vibrant community located just north of Richmond, VA.  Hanover is renowned for its history, rural horse country and tomatoes.  The County is comprised of 473 square miles and has over 100,000 residents.  This includes those residing in the Town of Ashland, an authentic railroad town.  The area abounds with a wide spectrum of cultural, recreational and entertainment activities.

Hanover County enjoys the reputation as a great place to live, work, and play.  Hanover County has a triple AAA bond rating, which is a rarity of a County our size and it reflects our sound financial practice.  Hanover County School system is a national award winning suburban school district with a less than one percent student drop-out rate.

44 job(s) at Hanover County Government

HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 14, 2022
Full Time
Description THIS IS AN ENTRY LEVEL POSITION. Candidates with an interest in the construction industry, have a basic understanding of computers and enjoy working in a team environment are encouraged to apply. General Description: Employees in this class facilitate the permitting and inspections process through direct interaction with owners, developers, contractors, and design professionals. The Permit Technician manages the permitting process from initial submittal to issuance of certificates of occupancy. Organization: The Permit Technician is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program. The Permit Technician Ladder has three (3) levels ranging from Permit Technician I to Senior Permit Technician. Incumbents report to the Business Manager. Essential Functions: Interview customers to identify service needs via telephone, e-mail, and walk-in. Advise customers of the submittal requirements for commercial building, residential building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, elevator, amusement device, and fire protection permits. Receive, process, and assign permit applications and construction documents. Verify completeness of submittal documents. Assess/collect fees in accordance with the published fee schedule (see Hanover County Code, Chapter 6). Manage the routing of construction documents and applications to development agencies. Schedule/assign inspections from telephone and electronic requests. Issue construction permits. Issue certificates of occupancy. Respond to customer FOI requests. Working Conditions: A. Hazards None known B. Environment Office C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of the construction industry. Knowledge of the permitting and inspections process, including requirements for plan submittal, inspections requests and sequencing, and requirements for approvals. Knowledge of basic construction code requirements for structures. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and written. Ability to operate Microsoft Office and related programs. Ability to learn/operate permitting software. Education, Experience and Training: High school or equivalent required with at least one year experience in a construction-related field preferred - or - any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience, and training. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting. Twelve-month probationary period. February 2019 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks to provide direct social services to residents of Hanover County, to include foster care, child and adult protective services, in-home services and eligibility services. These services may be provided in a variety of settings to include in the office, in the client's home or in the community. The incumbent performs complex tasks in managing a division of Services staff. Organization : The Program Coordinator II reports to the Director of Social Services and supervises the Permanency and Protection supervisors Essential Functions : • Supervises employees, performing related human resources functions and completing necessary paperwork. • Provides supervision, including an evaluation of training opportunities and needs. • Plans, implements, manages, and evaluates Permanency, Protection or Eligibility programs. • Coordinates planning and service provision with other agency divisions or other agencies. • Leads or participates in special projects. • Conducts staff meetings and case staffings. • Interacts with and develops positive relationships with other community organizations or agencies. • Monitors programs for compliance with federal and state standards. • Identifies and seeks resources for program development, tracks and reports expenditures. • Provides consultation and education for other agencies and community groups. • Compiles data, maintains records and submits reports as requested. • Performs related work as assigned. • May work outside of regular business hours Working Conditions : A. Hazards • May interact with challenging family situations. B. Environment • Office • Field C. Physical Effort • Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Requires a k nowledge of and skills in social services, supervision/personnel management identification and management of program goals, monitoring of service delivery and/or prevention programming. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to work effectively as a leader while managing multiple goals and processes, required. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, families, staff, Board members, and community groups. Computer literacy, required. Education, Experience and Training : Master's degree in Social Work required or related field with at least four (4) years of experience in foster care, child/adult protective services, and/or prevention/in-home services. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Child Protective Services background check • Twelve-month probationary period • This position requires mandatory participation in the Citizen Emergency Response On-Call Plan. Revision Date : January 2022 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 07, 2022
Part Time
Description Revision Date : May 2019 General Description : This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks to provide direct clinical, mental health and/or substance use disorder services to residents of Hanover County, to include crisis services. These services may be provided in a variety of settings to include an outpatient clinic, in the client's home or in the community. Organization : The Clinician position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Clinician Ladder has four (4) levels: Clinician I, II, III and IV. Incumbents normally report to a Clinical Supervisor and only the clinician III or IV may supervise limited staff or provide licensure supervision. Essential Functions : Conducts initial screenings to determine services needs and appropriateness of requested services. Provides initial diagnostic assessments and develops service plans. Provides individual, family and group therapy. Provides outreach, crisis intervention, and pre-admission screenings. Provides treatment planning and case coordination for assigned cases. Completes paperwork, documentation and files as required. Participates in consultation and education activities in the community as assigned. Performs related work as assigned. May work outside of regular business hours Working Conditions : A. Hazards May interact with challenging family situations. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Knowledge of and skills in human behavior change strategies and techniques, crisis intervention theory and techniques, DSM assessment and diagnosis, and various mental health treatment modalities/ethical issues in MH and SUD service delivery, required. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to work effectively while managing multiple goals and processes, required. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, families, staff, Board members, and community groups. Computer Literacy required. Education, Experience and Training : Master's degree in a degree that leads to a clinical license required with a minimum of six (6) months clinical experience. - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience and require certification as a LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Scheduled hours to include evenings and weekends as appropriate Clinicians who work in the crisis division will work weekends, overnights, holidays, and inclement weather on a rotating basis. These clinicians are deemed essential personnel, with the responsibilities outlined in the Hanover County Human Resources Policy Manual. Supplemental Information Certification by Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental services as a prescreener is required. This is an hourly position to assist Crisis team as needed. Mostly weekend hours. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 06, 2022
Full Time
Description Teleworking options are available with this position. General Description: This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks in the provision of social services, such as child day care, adult services, foster care, adoption, and prevention services. The Family Services Specialist may also conduct Child Protective Services investigations and assessments and provide ongoing Child Protective Services. The Family Service Specialist may also conduct Adult Protective Services investigations and provide ongoing services. Organization: The Family Services Specialist is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Family Services Specialist Ladder has four (4) levels: Family Services Specialist I, II, III, and Senior. The Family Services Specialist reports to a Family Services Supervisor and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: Interviews customers to assess needs and/or assign to appropriate groups; Interviews all parties involved; assesses immediate and long-term dangers/risks to children/adults; interviews customers to resolve complaints; Performs investigative duties to include screens referrals for validity and complaints of exploitation, neglect, and/or abuse of children, the elderly, and/or persons with disability; Provides persons, families, or vulnerable populations with the psychosocial support needed to cope with chronic, acute, or terminal illnesses, neglect and abuse (Senior); Ensures that reports of suspected abuse/neglect are assigned to appropriate staff; Ensures that the local department has staff on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week to respond to reports of abuse/neglect (Senior); Provides after hours on-call coverage and responds to emergencies in child/adult protective services and/or foster care; Provides guidance, consultation and supervision to other staff in the absence of the supervisor (Senior); Prepares social histories; Represents the agency in both civil and criminal court proceedings which involves interpreting laws, filing petitions, preparing court records, testifying before the court, preparing witnesses for examination, and compiling evidence; Attends court, testifies in court and coordinates cases with attorneys; Provides reports for court such as guardianship report; Testifies in criminal and civil cases; prepares court ordered home assessments and custody home studies; Provides direct intervention and service delivery for difficult, complex social work cases, and coordinates casework; Provides case management services to monitor compliance; Develops and conducts training for staff, interns and other professionals in the community; Conducts field visits to residential facilities, consults with therapists and residential staff and participates in the staffing and planning of meetings; Functions as a lead worker providing guidance and training to other staff (Senior); Coordinates program functions, develops programs, and evaluates materials; Monitors, coordinates and administers specific assigned programs; Coordinates services within specific area of responsibility; Coordinates with other agencies and participates in multi-disciplinary and interagency teams providing services to customers; Develops, writes, and/or reviews service plans documenting goals, objectives and details of the services provided for each case to meet identified customer needs in areas such as physical/mental health, housing, and presents cases to determine appropriate services; Tracks expenditures, prepares/submits budget estimates and ensures payment for services; Interprets laws, policies and regulations as applied to specific area of responsibility; Completes necessary federal, state and local planning and reporting requirements; Manages program waiting lists; Trains foster parents; submits progress reports to the court; Refers families to treatment resources within the community; Transports children to placements, meetings, therapy sessions, doctor and dental appointments, and for visitation with families; Provides parent education and support for families in target population; Conducts intensive in-home counseling; prepares reports to referral sources regarding status of various interventions; Conducts studies such as companion and adult foster care provider and pre-admission screenings for nursing home/community-based care and assisted living; Informs clients of service programs and the rules and regulations, and right to participate; Conducts overall monitoring of programs in specific area of responsibility; Serves as resource to clients and the community in area of expertise; Monitors caseloads and assigns cases to staff (Senior); Provides program administration and caseload management services; Conducts visits and maintains contact with other professionals; Accompanies victims and their families to court appearances; Serves as support for the family; files petitions; Establishes and maintains case records; Codes, enters and updates new and on-going cases in the state computer information system; Represents the agency at various functions such as making speeches at civic and business associations, providing training and workshops on child/adult abuse and neglect for public and private organizations. Provides direct services as appropriate; Participates on committees and teams as needed to plan services, etc.; May provide employment services to benefit program recipients; Develops community resources (Senior); Trains Family Services Specialist as needed (Senior); May develop procedures to review and evaluate unit programs and operations (Senior); Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards Customers - May have contact with hostile families and children. Conditions - May perform investigations and home visits in less than adequate living conditions. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Policy Manual - Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds. D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of Family Services/social work theories, standards and practices, including knowledge of intervention and treatment techniques and professional ethics sufficient to enhance the client's level of functioning is required. Also requires knowledge of human behavior, development and family dynamics. Knowledge of motivational theory; laws, policies, and regulations relating to human services program areas; investigation and interviewing techniques, needs assessment processes; procedures for diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of physical and mental dysfunctions; therapeutic treatment technique; and for career counseling and guidance, desired. Knowledge of relevant community and public resources, preferred. Must be able to demonstrate computer literacy, preferably in Microsoft Office and OASIS software. Ability to apply crisis intervention methods and counseling techniques is required. Must be able to organize/prioritize work, and communicate effectively - both orally and in writing. Familiarity with child welfare laws/adult services rules and regulations, desired. Ability to analyze case information to make sound judgments; work in stressful situations and maintain diplomacy; establish and maintain effective relationships with others; and stay abreast of current trends and developments in the social work field. Education, Experience and Training: Requires a Bachelor's Degree in a human services field or a Bachelor's Degree in any field accompanied by a minimum of two(2) years' related experience. Family Services experience, preferred. Special Conditions : Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License or ability to travel to investigation sites as needed Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting CANIS (Child Abuse and Neglect Information System) Records Check Twelve-month probationary period Work beyond normal work schedules -- including On-call Rotations, weekends, holidays and nights Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 06, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs routine tasks to determine a customer's eligibility for Social Services benefits, such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid and Auxiliary Grants. Organization: The Benefit Programs Specialist position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Benefit Programs Specialist has four levels ranging from Benefit Programs Specialist I to Benefit Programs Specialist - Senior. The incumbent reports to a Benefit Programs Supervisor or Benefit Programs Manager and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: • Conducts interviews of persons to determine eligibility for assistance and re-determines their continuing eligibility; exercises sound judgment; • Explains nature of benefit programs and determines reasons and need for assistance; • Processes applications for financial assistance and diversion; explains client responsibilities, rights and program availability; determines eligibility for assistance and benefit levels using automated systems and manual methods; • Evaluates consistency and completeness of data secured, and where indicated substantiates its accuracy; interprets policies and procedures applicable to the various programs; • Monitors cases for changes in recipient circumstances, and implements changes to appropriately reflect benefit level within guidelines; • Evaluates employability status of clients and explores potential sources of income; • Refers clients to service worker as the result of overall assessment of situation; prepares reports and maintains client records; • Identifies possible fraud and makes appropriate referrals; • Computes assistance plans; • Determines the amount of allowances for special circumstance items such as household equipment; • Identifies clearly discernible social problems and makes referrals to Social Workers; • Provides applicants or recipients with information about other agencies where they may go for services as needed. • Explains a variety of programs under the social services umbrella such as employment services, child support services and child care services. • Determines the need for and amount of allowances for special circumstance items; • Evaluates such social factors as education, work experience, and levels of social functioning; • Contacts vendors for services and ensures payments to allow for the restoration or continuation of services. • Monitors efficacy, trends of programs, and completes seasonal, quarterly and yearly reports; Prepares reports regarding quality control and makes recommendations to the supervisor; • Participates on task forces, strategic planning, mentoring volunteers, students and new employees, teaching classes, and conducting outreach; • Reviews cases for correctness, identifies significant errors/problems in caseloads and determines if the errors/problems are with the section, unit or with an employee; • Provides statistical data and other information to support budget requests; • Documents data and information gathered and compares findings with established guidelines of program eligibility; Conducts follow-up as needed; • Carries a caseload of clients receiving public assistance that involve complex issues; • Serves as a resource to staff and the public concerning public assistance programs and eligibility requirements; • A senior worker serves as lead worker and assists supervisor by conducting program training for staff, reviewing case files and providing back-up supervision of staff; • Provides training to other workers on an individual or group basis; Coordinates training programs and orientation for new employees and clients; ensures that established deadlines are met; • Coordinates and interacts with other community resources and partners to assist clients in meeting assessed needs. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Customers - May interact with difficult customers. B. Environment • Office • Field - May be required to visit customers in their homes. C. Physical Effort • Policy Manual - Must be able to lift up to fifteen (15) pounds. D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Comprehensive knowledge of: applicable laws, codes, public assistance program policies and regulations, and procedures, including civil and Circuit Court procedures; basic human behavior, social problems and resources, and interviewing techniques; social, economic, health, and cultural factors which can serve as barriers to employment; and counseling techniques; financial assistance programs sufficient to determine benefits eligibility; human services programs and how each interrelates; the strategic planning process; mathematics to calculate percentages, formulas and averages to solve mathematical problems; Skill in operating a personal computer and the associated office and agency software; ability to make eligibility determinations independently by applying policies, rules and regulations; knowledge of, preferred; must be computer literate, preferably in Microsoft Office and Social Services Information Systems. Demonstrated ability to: communicate effectively both orally and in writing with broad spectrum of individuals to include, but not limited to, customers, employers, courts, and medical professionals in person and on the phone; interview, gather information, re-evaluate each client's situation, and make referrals; determine a client's ownership share in situations; make mathematical computations; analyze information and determine from a variety of sources missing information and gaps; apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written or oral form; use various types of automated technology to establish and maintain case records, access data such as estates, retirement accounts, and real estate, reports, and manipulate data; maintain professional ethics related to confidentiality; exercise sound judgment, discretion, tact and resourcefulness in solving problems and drawing logical conclusions; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with applicants and recipients, other public and private agencies, associates, and the public in a positive and tactful manner under sometimes stressful situations. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required (bachelor's degree preferred) with recent eligibility and/or social services experience desired - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education, experience and training. A senior worker will possess work experience in a leadership role and benefit programs. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Work beyond normal work schedule • CPS (Child Protective Services) Check • Twelve-month probationary period • Mandatory Participant in the Citizen Emergency Response On-call Plan Revision Date: July 2013 Special Instructions to Applicants If you are selected for this position, you will be required to provide a copy of your diploma/degree and certifications. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 03, 2022
Description Responsibilities: This is a sworn appointment by the Hanover County Electoral Board. The volunteer enforces and safe guards the election process by the Virginia Code • 24.2 to ensure a fair and impartial election. This will include but not limited to: Assisting in certifying the number of votes cast at the precinct Attending all required training Demonstrating voting equipment Issuing ballots to voter Setting up and closing the polls The Hanover County Electoral Board is responsible for conducting elections in our county. The County of Hanover currently operates 37 voting precincts. Approximately 200 election officials serve during each election held in the county representing the Democratic and Republican parties. Election officials must provide their own transportation to and from the polls on Election Day To become an Officer of Election in Hanover County, you must: Be a United States citizen Be a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia Be 18 years old by the next general election Have had your voting rights restored if you have ever been convicted of a felony Have had your capacity restored if you have ever been declared mentally incapacitated in a Circuit Court. Those appointed must be: Qualified voter of the Commonwealth of Virginia Committed to the electoral process Available to serve the entire time the polls are open on Election Day. . Hours: 5.00 a.m. until the last ballot is counted. The polls are open from 6.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. All election officials must report to the polls at 5:00 a.m. and remain until results are reported to the Hanover County Electoral Board after the polls close at 7:00 p.m. Location: Every effort is made to assign election officials to a polling place in which they vote or as close to their home as possible. Training: Election officials are required to attend instructional training prior to each election to receive the most up-to-date information available to assist them in their duties at the polls. No special education or experience necessary. We will train you. Training sessions are held in the month prior to each election. The General Registrar staff will schedule you to attend a training session. Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 11:59 PM Eastern
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 03, 2022
Part Time
Description General Description: This is a sworn appointment by the Hanover County Electoral Board. The incumbent enforces and safe guards the election process by the Virginia Code • 24.2 to ensure a fair and impartial election. Organization: The Hanover County Electoral Board is responsible for conducting elections in our county. The County of Hanover currently operates 37 voting precincts. Approximately 200 election officials serve during each election held in the county representing the Democratic and Republican parties. The Office of the General Registrar and Electoral Board of Hanover County strives to promote the highest level of service to the citizens of the Commonwealth by providing equitable opportunities to register and vote; and by maintaining accurate records relating to voter registration, elections, election officials, and candidates. We are committed to promoting democracy and public trust in our endeavors to ensure fair and impartial elections. Essential Functions: This will include but not limited to: Assisting in certifying the number of votes cast at the precinct Attending all required training Demonstrating voting equipment Issuing ballots to voter Setting up and closing the polls Superior customer service Working Conditions: A. Hazards • None known B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Routine lifting of election materials D. Work only on Election Day Requirements: Be a United States citizen Be a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia Be 18 years old by the next general election Must be a qualified/registered voter of the Commonwealth of Virginia Have had your voting rights restored if you have ever been convicted of a felony Have had your capacity restored if you have ever been declared mentally incapacitated in a Circuit Court. Education, Experience and Training: No special education or experience necessary. We will train you. Training sessions are held in the month prior to each election. The General Registrar staff will schedule you to attend a training session. Election officials are required to attend instructional training prior to each election to receive the most up-to-date information available to assist them in their duties at the polls. Special Conditions: Election officials must provide their own transportation. A criminal background check is required. Must have the ability to receive paycheck by the way of direct deposit. Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 11:59 PM Eastern
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Mechanicsville, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description The Clinician will provide direct services to children, adolescents, and families in Hanover County. Services will include individual and family outpatient therapy in an office setting. The successful candidate will have experience working within the children's services delivery system and be flexible to working with a variety of mental health needs. The preferred clinician will have experience facilitating group therapy. An LPC or LCSW is preferred. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Regular work hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm and include one late night per week until 9:00 pm. Those late night hours are eligible for flexing elsewhere in the week. General Description : This is a professional position. The incumbent performs complex tasks to provide direct clinical, mental health and/or substance use disorder services to residents of Hanover County, to include crisis services. These services may be provided in a variety of settings to include an outpatient clinic, in the client's home or in the community. Organization : The Clinician position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Clinician Ladder has four (4) levels: Clinician I, II, III and IV. Incumbents normally report to a Clinical Supervisor and only the clinician III or IV may supervise limited staff or provide licensure supervision. Essential Functions : Conducts initial screenings to determine services needs and appropriateness of requested services. Provides initial diagnostic assessments and develops service plans. Provides individual, family and group therapy. Provides outreach, crisis intervention, and pre-admission screenings. Provides treatment planning and case coordination for assigned cases. Completes paperwork, documentation and files as required. Participates in consultation and education activities in the community as assigned. Performs related work as assigned. May work outside of regular business hours Working Conditions : A. Hazards May interact with challenging family situations. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Knowledge of and skills in human behavior change strategies and techniques, crisis intervention theory and techniques, DSM assessment and diagnosis, and various mental health treatment modalities/ethical issues in MH and SUD service delivery, required. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to work effectively while managing multiple goals and processes, required. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, families, staff, Board members, and community groups. Computer Literacy required. Education, Experience and Training : Master's degree in a degree that leads to a clinical license required with a minimum of six (6) months clinical experience. - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience and require certification as a LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) or LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Scheduled hours to include evenings and weekends as appropriate Clinicians who work in the crisis division will work weekends, overnights, holidays, and inclement weather on a rotating basis. These clinicians are deemed essential personnel, with the responsibilities outlined in the Hanover County Human Resources Policy Manual. Revision Date : May 2019 Special Instructions to Applicants Closing Date/Time:
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Seasonal
Description General Description: This is a seasonal field position. The incumbent performs routine tasks and fieldwork to assist with concession and park operations on weeknights and/or weekends between the months of April and November. Organization: The Concession Park Attendant reports to the Facilities Supervisor and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: Perform routine cleaning and housekeeping, including cleaning and stocking the restrooms; picks up and disposes of trash, keep concessions, and other areas where work is performed and equipment is stored, in a clean and orderly condition. May be required to drive a County vehicle from park to park, open and close facilities, monitor activities and field usage. May provide information to park patrons concerning use of a park or other public facility, including park rules and regulations. Set-up concession or other area of responsibility for daily use and follow closing procedures for the same. May operate cash register, and concession appliances and equipment. Maintain adequate stock and supply of items appropriate for the facility and job duties assigned including counting items and maintaining inventory records. May collect money, make change, prepare deposits, and submit reports of fees collected. Performs other duties as assigned. Working Conditions: A.Hazards - None Known B. Environment Field- 100% must be able to travel to Parks and Recreation event sites and meetings. C.Physical Effort Requires moderate work that involves walking, standing, stooping, lifting, and involves lifting between 20 to 50 pounds on a regular and recurring basis. D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions, required. Ability to follow and enforce rules. Must have the ability to work effectively with diverse groups and work tactfully with the public. Knowledge of cash handling and customer service preferred. Education, Experience and Training: Must be at least 17 years old. High school graduate or GED preferred but not required. Driving positions require staff to be at least 18 years of age. Special Conditions: Criminal records check, including fingerprinting. Possess a valid driver's license and acceptable driving record. Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays. May be assigned to work one or more parks. Special Instructions to Applicants Various part-time seasonal positions, hours flexible up to 29 per week depending on availability. General hours of operation during season include: Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. ; Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m, variable shifts; Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., variable shifts. If you are selected for this position, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A COPY OF YOUR DIPLOMA. Supplemental Information Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
Description The Hanover County Department of Public Works is seeking an energetic candidate to join our Team! This is a Part-time, Benefited position with a minimum of 22 hours weekly, during regular business hours, Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 5:00pm. Entry level and experienced candidates will be considered. The incumbent performs routine inspections and tasks related to construction to ensure compliance with contract terms, construction plans and specifications for County projects; Performs inspections for compliance with the County's erosion and sediment control requirements, drainage requirements and Virginia Stormwater Management Program requirements for County and private sector projects, and Investigates drainage complaints and activities involving illegal land disturbance. General Description: This is a paraprofessional position. The incumbent performs routine tasks related to construction that ensure compliance with contract terms, construction plans and specifications for County projects, performs inspections for compliance with the County's erosion and sediment control requirements, drainage requirements and Virginia Stormwater Management Program requirements for County and private sector projects, and/or investigates drainage complaints and activities involving illegal land disturbance. Organization: The Construction Coordinator position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Construction Coordinator position has three levels: Construction Coordinator I, II and III. Incumbents report to the Deputy Director, Engineering Manager, or the Environmental Compliance Manager and supervise no staff. Essential Functions: (duties may vary depending on area of assignment) • Reviews construction plans, construction schedules, specifications, estimates, contracts and reports involved in the construction, maintenance and operation of a variety of projects. • Provides inspection of construction projects for subdivisions, commercial developments, roads and a variety of other construction activities. • Maintains appropriate documentation of inspections performed. • Responds to inquiries and complaints from the public and resolves conflicts during construction projects. • Performs erosion and sediment control inspections, Virginia Stormwater Management Program inspections and land application of biosolids to ensure compliance with County Code. • Manages projects and assignments. • Reviews progress and authorizes payment requests. • Reviews application of Asphalt Concrete, Hydraulic Cement, Soils and Aggregate Compaction. • Assists with land disturbance related enforcement actions including assisting the County Attorney's office and testifying in Court. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards - Routine exposure to outside environment which may include severe weather, dust, fumes, noise, vibrations, insects and hot/cold temperatures B. Environment • Office • Field C. Physical Effort • Minimal-Routine lifting of objects under 15 lbs. • Routinely walks over rough terrains, including mud, debris and other obstructions on slopes ranging from 0-50% D. Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: (may vary based on area of assignment) Knowledge of sound engineering practices, building construction, earthwork, and/or erosion and sediment control. The ability to read/interpret the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, Virginia Department of Transportation Road/Bridge Specifications, Virginia Stormwater Management Handbook and/or the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Handbook. The ability to review and prepare construction estimates and specifications. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with contractors, county staff, and utility companies. Basic computer competency required. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required. Certification as an Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector or Certification as Stormwater Management Inspector or enrollment in a State Approved Program to become certified in one year is required. Certification in accordance with the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code is preferred - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require additional education and experience. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Twelve-month probationary period • Work beyond normal work schedule Revision Date: September 2020 Special Instructions to Applicants All candidates with a background or an interest in construction are encouraged to apply. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
Description General Description: This is a Part-time, Non-benefited semi-skilled position. The incumbent performs general custodial work in county buildings and facilities; performs related work as required. Flexible schedule will include up to 4 hours of daily work, Monday - Friday, (alternate mid -day/afternoons) not to exceed 20 hours per week. Organization: The Custodian reports to the Facilities Service Coordinator. Essential Functions: • Cleans and disinfects restrooms and fixtures, and replenishes supplies • Monitors quality of services provided. • Maintains custodial supply area in a clean and orderly manner; reports supply and equipment need. • F ollows procedures for the use of chemical cleaners and power equipment. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Possible exposure to contaminated fluids • Cleaning agents B. Environment • Office- must be able to travel to offsite locations and sites for inspections C. Physical Effort • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds routinely D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of cleaning materials, supplies and equipment, required. Must have general knowledge of building fixtures and cleaning methods. Ability to communicate precisely and effectively, required. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma required with at least one (1) year related experience -OR- Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Twelve-month probationary period • Evening hours • Must wear appropriate personal protective clothing as needed Revision Date: February 2021 Supplemental Information Successful candidate will be available for occasional evening hours, Monday - Friday. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description Hanover Fire EMS is recruiting to fill any new positions and to establish an applicant pool list of qualified candidates for future FF/Medic positions. New recruits will work full time (FT) schedule to include nights and weekends; will respond to a variety of fire and medical emergencies; and operate emergency apparatus and equipment. General Description: This is a skilled, technical position. The incumbent performs routine and complex tasks to provide emergency services to include fire suppression and patient care/life support. Organization: The Firefighter/Medic position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Firefighter/Medic Ladder has four levels ranging from Firefighter/Medic I to Master Firefighter/Medic. Incumbents report to a Lieutenant and supervise no staff. Master Firefighter/Medics may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Firefighter/Medics. Essential Functions: • Responds to alarms of fires, hazardous material incidents, medical and other emergencies. • Leads, directs, and participates in the delivery of emergency patient care. • Examines patients, provides care and reports findings to an emergency department physician. • Conducts fire safety inspections and pre-fire planning for commercial buildings. • Drives/operates various types of fire/medical apparatus. • Assures that emergency vehicles are completely stocked and in good running order. • Maintains cleanliness, state of readiness of stations, apparatus and all related equipment. • Performs community service activities, including fire safety education/prevention programs. • Completes all required reports of runs made by the crew and attends training sessions as required. • Maintains a good relationship with staff, volunteers, law enforcement, hospital staff and citizens. • Fosters volunteer involvement and membership to support a combination system. • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • Chemicals - May be exposed to conditions, including routine exposure to severe weather, dust, smoke, noise, and fumes. B. Environment • Field C. Physical Effort • Must be able to perform physically demanding tasks in all weather situations. Must be able to carry and balance up to 125 pounds (250 pounds with assistance). D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must have the ability to prepare detailed written/electronic reports. Must demonstrate the ability to think/act quickly and appropriately in all situations. Knowledge of emergency care procedures/equipment, preferred. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with related education, experience, and training desired. A satisfactory VA DMV license is required to be hired. Upon hiring,new employee must complete and pass EMT-B certification, with current CPR, before Fire Academy ends. EMT-B, CPR, and Fire Academy must be completed & passed to continue employment. All practicing advanced EMS providers must maintain current ACLS certification. Paramedics must maintain national registry certification. Continuous training required to maintain employment and/or to advance in career development. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Must be at least eighteen (18) years old • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Complete Criminal Background Investigation, to include fingerprinting • Pre-employment Physical Examination/Drug test/Alcohol Screening/Agility test, and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter • Twelve-month probationary period • Shift Work, including weekends, holidays and nights and work beyond normal work schedule • Essential staff designation • Must wear uniform, including safety equipment • May not be a member of any of the Hanover County volunteer rescue squads or fire companies during employment - Shall perform work at his/her VA Certified EMS provider level of training (EMT-B, EMT-Enhanced, EMT-I, EMT-P), upon clearance by department Operational Medical Director (OMD). • This position is subject to the department's on-call procedures Revision Date: August 2017 Special Instructions to Applicants SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO ALL APPLICANTS: Please read and print all special instructions for necessary information in this process . Candidates are required to answer all application questions. Qualified candidates will be invited to take a written test. The written test will be an ONLINE Exam via a remote proctor. Candidates must have access to a computer with internet connection, web camera, and microphone. The online proctor will observe you as you take the written test. An E-mail address is REQUIRED to receive written examination directions, to sign up with the test proctor. Entry-level Firefighter Candidate Study Guides may be ordered online from Public Safety Compass: publicsafetycompass.com/study at candidate's expense ($20 + S&H). After completion of the written exam, selected candidates will be required to pass a physical fitness ability test; attend a candidate interview; and complete a full background investigation to include a polygraph test. An email address is REQUIRED to be notified on the physical fitness test; any practice session; and interview dates. A minimum of three reference letters are required at the time of interview, along with any fire or EMT certifications. Candidates will be required to provide a copy of their diploma/degree to Human Resources; have a County background check; a DMV license check; and pass an NFPA firefighter physical. Supplemental Information Entry level for Firefighter/Medic-Recruit is $48,247.00. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Seasonal
Description THIS POSITION IS PART-TIME, SEASONAL THROUGH DECEMBER 2021 Schedule is flexible - up to 29 hrs/week between the hours of 6:45am - 3:15pm, Monday thru Friday. Occasional week-end work is required. General Description: This is a technical position that performs routine tasks to maintain and care for county grounds. Organization: The Groundskeeper position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Groundskeeper Ladder has four (4) levels ranging from Groundskeeper I to Senior Groundskeeper. Incumbents report to the Groundskeeper Supervisor and Groundskeeper I, II and III supervise no staff. Senior level Groundskeepers may provide workflow guidance to other staff. Essential Functions (all employees): Performs safety checks of County grounds and recreation facilities. Provides grounds maintenance, such as cutting grass, litter control, weed eating, seeding, and edging. Prepares facilities, grounds and equipment for recreational use, such as dragging, marking and lining athletic fields. Sets up, takes down and cleans up for special events and other activities. Performs preventive maintenance of equipment. Performs related work as assigned Additional Functions (18 years of age or older): Makes repairs as needed. Performs ground maintenance including tree removal and fertilizing Working Conditions: A. Hazards Conditions - Must operate equipment safely to avoid injury B. Environment Field - Tasks are performed normally outside, sometimes in adverse weather C. Physical Effort Operation of commercial mowing and landscaping equipment, gas powered hand tools and heavy duty equipment as qualified Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of general landscaping, standard safety practices and small engine repair, preferred. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent required with experience working with small tools and proficiency on at least one piece of related equipment preferred - OR - minimum of 17 years of age with studies in landscaping or horticulture-related education program - OR- Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License Twelve-month probationary period Pre-employment Physical Examination/Drug Test /Alcohol Testing and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter Pre-employment audiometric testing and hearing conservation and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter Work beyond normal work schedule, including weekends, holidays, and nights Must wear uniform, including safety equipment Revision Date: February 2019 Special Instructions to Applicants THIS POSITION IS PART-TIME, SEASONAL THROUGH DECEMBER 2021. If you are selected for this position, and have a diploma, you will be required to provide a copy. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Variable Shift
Description Thank you for your interest in working at the Pamunkey Regional Library! Below you will finda link to open positions at the Library. Positions are listed as they become available. Salaries are based on the responsibilities of the position. Special Instructions to Applicants For more information and to apply to aposition withthe Pamunkey Regional Library,please navigate to: https://tinyurl.com/prljobs and follow the instructions. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
Description Hanover County Community Services Board is one of 40 public behavioral health safety net providers in Virginia. At Hanover County CSB, we partner with individuals to provide services in the areas of mental health, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities in their efforts to lead satisfying and productive lives in their communities. We are committed to providing recovery and person-centered services with a focus on continuous quality improvement. If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the people you serve and meet the job requirements, we invite you to apply for this position. Hours for this position are flexible and will be established with the selected incumbent. General Description: This is a professional position. The incumbent is responsible for providing nursing care and other related duties for individuals receiving medical services at the CSB. Organization: Incumbent reports to the Psychiatric Nurse Supervisor and supervises no staff. Essential Functions: Conducts nursing assessments to include triage of medical complaints, evidenced-based screenings and measurement of health markers, which may include height, weight, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure and vision; Obtains medical history including possible allergies, chronic health problems, psychiatric problems, substance abuse and other pertinent information; Consults with family, medical and interagency personnel regarding physical and emotional problems; Makes appointments and may accompany patient to various health clinics and hospital emergency rooms; May obtain blood samples for various health tests; Maintains health records according to set standards; Gives medication and provides treatment as prescribed by attending physician; Monitors medication levels and side effects of medication that is prescribed by physician; Administers first aid for illnesses and injuries; Provides instruction on general health and hygiene; Provides consultation and education services as needed regarding health issues, medications, etc; Requisitions and administers medical supplies and drugs; Conducts collateral contacts with families of clients or other community care givers involved with the client; Expands own knowledge by such means as academic study, independent reading and attending outside conferences, workshops and seminars; Performs related work as required. Working Conditions: A. Hazards May interact with challenging family situations. B. Environment Office Field - May visit clients in their homes. C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Extensive knowledge of general nursing and nursing methods; knowledge of health promotion and education and ability to provide health education to individuals served. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Must be able to act independently and make crisis intervention decisions in emergency situations when professional medical guidance isn't readily available. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals, families, and medical and clinical staff. Education, Experience and Training: Diploma from an approved nursing program, OR an Associate's degree in nursing; Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred. At least two years of experience working as a Registered Nurse. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Experience working with individual with co-occurring medical and behavioral health and I/DD diagnoses is preferred. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Registered Nurse License Twelve-month probationary period Flexible schedule; may include evening hours Date: June 2021 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Doswell, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a technical position and is for a Water Plant Operator at the Doswell Water Treatment Plant. An experienced operator with a State of Virginia issued water treatment license is preferred; however, persons without experience or license will be considered. The water plant operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This position requires operators to work 12 hour shifts which rotate from day to night on a weekly cycle. Operators work approximately 14 days per month. Please note that this position has State water licensing requirements that begin within 24 months of hiring date. In-house training opportunities are available to help meet this requirement. Organization: The Utility Operator position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Utility Operator position has four (4) levels: Operator-in-Training, Apprentice, Journeyman, and Master. The CD requires that an employee obtain a Class IV Water Operator License within 2 years and a Class II Water Operator License within 5.5 years of hire. Essential Functions: Duties will vary at each level of the career ladder. They include, but are not limited to the following. • Conducts laboratory analysis. • Monitors plant and system processes and makes adjustments as necessary. • Maintains operational and maintenance records (both written and in computer). • Assists with regulatory reporting. • Collects samples for analysis. • Keeps plant and work environment clean. • Assists maintenance personnel as needed. Equipment and process troubleshooting. • Master Operators will function in a lead position and will be required to assist the Superintendent with a variety of administrative functions/special projects and stands-in during Superintendent's absence. • Other operational duties as assigned. Working Conditions: A. Hazards • May be exposed to chemicals, dust, fumes, noise, vibration, repetitiveness, B. Environment • Office • Field - Laboratory, industrial plant, outdoors in all weather conditions C. Physical Effort • Lifting of objects up to 50 lbs. . Routinely walking up and down stairways and ladders. . Occasional standing and/or working on feet for extended periods of time. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Varies with CD level. Knowledge of water treatment and abilities, required. Knowledge and skills sufficient to meet CD requirements (e.g. certification, in-house promotion Board, etc.). Education, Experience and Training: Minimum Qualifications : High school diploma or equivalent required. Ability to operate a personal computer. Preferred Qualifications: Prior water plant experience and possession of a State of Virginia water license. Experience in electrical and/or mechanical maintenance, laboratory experience, and familiarity with MS Office software. Ability to problem solve and trouble shoot water treatment processes and related equipment, and learn new tasks and procedures quickly. Special Conditions: • A Criminal Records Check is required for employment. • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License with acceptable driving record. • Work days & nights, work holidays and weekends, work a 12 hour shift. . Ability to operate a personal computer. • Water License issued by the State of Virginia. • Pre-employment Physical Examination/Drug Test and repeated in accordance to policy thereafter. • Twelve-month probationary period. • Essential staff designation; regardless of weather or road conditions the operator is required to report to work. • Must wear uniform, including safety equipment. Special Instructions to Applicants If you are selected for this position, you will be required to provide a copy of your diploma/degree and any licenses and/or certifications. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Ashland, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a professional position that is responsible for providing case management services for children and adults receiving Mental Health, Developmental Disability and Substance Use Disorder services. The incumbent performs complex tasks to determine, plan and manage services. Staff providing Developmental Disability services may be referred to as "Support Coordinators," providing "support coordination." Organization : The Case Manager position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Case Manager Ladder has three (3) levels: Case Manager I, II, and III. The Case Manager reports to either a Program Coordinator, Supports Coordination Supervisor or a Clinical Supervisor and supervises no staff. Essential Functions : Assesses client and family needs in order to determine level of care needed and service gaps. Develops written case histories and individual service plans for client/family. Coordinates, prepares and submits individual service plans for funding for DMAS approval. Monitors clients changing needs and coordinates services accordingly. Provides supportive counseling/consultation to clients and families. Identifies resources to meet needs in housing, transportation, residential and other major service voids. Maintains accurate records in accordance with local and State guidelines. Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : A. Hazards Customers - May have contact with difficult families and children. Conditions -- May be exposed to places that are considered unsafe or unsanitary, often independently. B. Environment Office Field C. Physical Effort Minimal D. Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Requires extensive knowledge of Medicaid and Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services policies and regulatory guidelines. Must be familiar with methods and theories of evaluation for mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance use disorders, implementation of service plans, and prevention/early intervention theories and concepts. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Must be able to work and make judgments independently, as well as function as part of a team. Education, Experience and Training: Bachelor's degree required preferably in a related field (master's degree preferred) with at least two (2) years of related work experience - OR - Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Must meet the requirements for Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP) or Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) designation. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License TB test (within 30 days of employment) CPS (Child Protective Services) Check Twelve-month probationary period Work beyond normal work schedule, including on-call as needed Revision Date : July 2018 Special Instructions to Applicants This is a professional position that is responsible for providing case management services for children and adolescents receiving mental health and substance use services in Hanover County. The Case Manager also serves as Lead Agency Case Manager for FAPT for youth found eligible for CSA funding through a CHINS process (via FAPT or court). The incumbent performs complex tasks to determine, plan, and manage services, including developing IFSPs, presenting cases to FAPT, linking services for families, and coordinating with collateral contacts. Bilingual Candidate are strongly encouraged to apply. Closing Date/Time:
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description: This is a technical position. The incumbent performs complex tasks in the operation of the County 911 system. Organization: The Communications Officer position is part of Hanover County's Career Development Program (CD). The Communications Officer Ladder has four levels ranging from Communications Officer I to Senior Communications Officer. Incumbents report to a Communications Supervisor and supervise no staff. However, Senior Communications Officers may serve as workflow leaders to lower level Officers. Essential Functions: • Answers emergency and service-related calls. • Monitors alarms, security systems and radio traffic, responding as needed. • Operates radio consoles, prioritizing and dispatching calls for service. • Enters emergency and service-related data into the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System. • Tracks unit activity in the CAD System. • Operates VCIN/NCIC terminals. • Researches computerized data and information. • Plays back digital recordings. • Completes logs and other documentation related to 911 activities. • Perform related work as assigned Working Conditions: A. Hazard • Customers - Contact with customers in difficult situations • Conditions - Noisy and stressful work environment B. Environment • Office C. Physical Effort • Boxes of Paper - May be able to lift up to twenty (20) pounds D. Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must be able to read, hear and speak the English language. Must be able to perform multiple tasks concurrently. Ability to communicate with callers using a TDD, desired. Ability to monitor traffic and handle messages over the North Anna Insta-phone Network, desired. Knowledge of the geographical layout of Hanover County and the ability to read maps and to provide directions, preferred. Ability to analyze situations and react swiftly and rationally in high stress situations. Education, Experience and Training: High school diploma or equivalent, required. Higher levels on the Career Ladder require experience and additional training. Related experience desired as follows: 1 year @ level II, 2-3 years @ level III, and 3-5 years @ the Senior level. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable. Special Conditions: • Must be at least eighteen (18) years old • U. S. Citizen • Complete Criminal Background Investigation • Twelve-month probationary period • Work beyond normal work schedule • Shift Work, including weekends, holidays and nights • Pre-employment Physical Examination/Drug Test/Audiometric and repeated regularly thereafter • Pre-employment CRITICALL Test • Essential staff designation • Must wear uniform Revision Date: January 2013 Special Instructions to Applicants All screened applicants will be contacted by email regarding testing and interviews. Included in the email will be a pre-screen worksheet that must be completed in your own handwriting and notarized prior to testing and submitted as a PDF through email for review. Applicants selected to test will be sent information on testing and provided a link for on-line testing of the CRITICALL test - an automated computerized test. Those passing will be contacted regarding taking an On-line values/skills assessment and those selected will be contacted regarding a panel interview (which will possibly be done through ZOOM ). After the interview those applicants will be contacted who have been selected for a Background Investigation to be administered by the Hanover County Sheriff's Office. If you are selected for this position, YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A COPY OF YOUR DIPLOMA/DEGREE AND CERTIFICATIONS. AGE (18 YOA) HS GRAD OR EQUIVALENT US CITIZEN PASS CRITICALL TESTING (VALUES ASSESSMENT) ORAL INTERVIEW BOARD RECOMMENDATION SUCCESSFUL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION RECOMMENDATION - TO INCLUDE: NO HISTORY OF DRUG OR ALCOHOL ABUSE NO FELONY CONVICTIONS OR HABITUAL MISDEAMNOR CONVICTIONS GOOD CHARACTER AND REPUTATION PASS PHYSICAL/DRUG TEST Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description: Position is semi-skilled, requiring routine tasks in everyday management of Inmate Food Services within a Correctional Facility. Organization: Reports to Food Services Manager, and supervises no employees. Essential Functions: Daily, direct contact and supervision of inmates; Responsible for supervising the preparation, cooking and serving of meals in the facility for staff and incarcerated individuals, to include the training of inmate workers; Responsible for the cleanliness of the kitchen and equipment; Enforce and follow sanitation and cleaning standards for kitchen operations; Ensure food is prepared within timelines, to meet nutritional standards; Ensure food meets Department of Health Standards; Ensure food served is proportioned correctly and according to direction; Supervise the use of kitchen equipment in a safe manner; Responsible for securing the kitchen facility at the end of each shift; Compile and maintain utensil inventory; Maintain accurate records as required by governing agencies; Responsible for proper storage and use of food. Working Conditions: A. Hazards Chemicals Propane/Heat Water B. Environment Institutional Kitchen C. Physical Effort Minimal Must be able to crawl, kneel, lift, run and climb to include stairs Must be able to lift up to 30# D. Exempt or Non-exempt Non-Exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Unless implied, all are required. Knowledge of to include but not limited to: FDA nutritional requirements and State Health Department. requirements as it applies to food service and special dietary requirements; ability to utilize recipes and estimate appropriate food amounts; effectively communicate both orally and verbally; ability to calculate quantities of food; read and comprehend documents such as menus, recipes and other pertinent documents. Education, Experience and Training: Must be at least twenty (20) years of age; High school graduate or equivalent required. Minimum 3 years Food Preparation Experience, required; Prior experience in Corrections and/or Institutional food preparation is preferred. Experience with ordering, purchasing, inventory and receiving is preferred. Sanitation Certification is desired. A combination of education, experience and training equivalent to these requirements may be acceptable. Special Conditions: Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License Twelve month probationary period May work beyond normal work schedule Pre-employment physical examination, audiometric testing, drug testing, alcohol screening and repeated according to policy thereafter Must wear uniform, including safety equipment Must maintain phone for emergency contact Direct inmate contact Establishment/Reclassification/Revision Date: September 2013 Special Instructions to Applicants If selected to proceed in the hiring process, please be prepared to present the following items at the time of interview: - High School Transcripts (sealed in envelope) - Driver's License - DD214 (copy 4), if applicable All employees must maintain active phone for emergency contact Closing Date/Time: Continuous
HANOVER COUNTY, VA Hanover, VA, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
Description General Description : This is a sworn, semi-skilled position. The incumbent performs routine duties to provide the safety and security of incarcerated inmates for the jurisdictions of Hanover County, Caroline County and the Town of Ashland. Organization : The Jail Officer position is part of Pamunkey Regional Jail's Career Development Plan (CD). The Jail Officer has five (5) levels ranging from Jail Officer to Jail Officer - Career. The Jail Officer reports to a Sergeant and supervises no staff. Essential Functions : (Any one position may not include all of the tasks listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks which may be found in positions of this class.) • Transport inmates to authorized locations following Pamunkey Regional Jail Standard Operating Procedures; • Control and monitor housing areas in order to control access to housing areas and cells, monitor inmate behavior and activity, maintain accurate records of inmates and monitor movement occurring inside the facility; • Search inmate cells in order to locate and seize contraband or weapons found in the inmate population and ensure attempts to escape are stopped or prevented; • Ensure inmates receive appropriate nutrition and hygiene; • Respond to emergency situations or codes in order to establish control and safety of co-workers and inmates; • Ensure inmate behavior is within the facility policy and procedures; • Processes new arrestees into and out of the facility; • Review and verify inmates have fulfilled their court ordered sentence prior to being released; • Ensures inmate visitation is conducted as according to policy; • Ensures inmate programs are available to the inmates; • Ensures inmate records and sentences are calculated and entered correctly; • Ensures inmates are properly classified and housed throughout the facility; • Oversees authorized inmates to work out in the community and on the facility grounds; • Ensures all of the incoming mail is processed and delivered to the inmates on a daily basis; • Ensures inmates are transported to their scheduled court date, medical appointments, etc.; • Coordinates the maintenance of the facility's vehicles; • Coordinate necessary in-service and recertification training for all personnel; • Coordinates the operation of a Jail Basic Training Academy for new employees; • Performs related work as assigned. Working Conditions : Hazards • Interaction with people and inmates during stressful and dangerous situations • Exposure to OC spray and electrical discharge from stunning/incapacitation devices Environment • Inside • Outside Physical Effort • Minimal • Must be able to crawl, kneel, lift, run and climb to include stairs • Must be able to lift up to 30# Non-exempt Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : General knowledge of correctional methods, practices and procedures, required. Ability to exercise tact and judgment in handling visitors and in maintaining the behavior of prisoners. Ability to prioritize and follow oral and written instruction. Ability to develop skill in the use of firearms and other emergency equipment, including breathing apparatus and fire extinguishers. Ability to analyze situations and adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action. Ability to monitor inmate activities and properly restrain individuals. Education, Experience and Training : Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age; High school graduate or equivalent required, preferably supplemented by college level course work in criminal justice or related field or jail related experience. Ability to successfully complete the appropriate training as prescribed by the Commonwealth of Virginia for this position, including first aid. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities may be acceptable. Special Conditions : • Criminal Records Check, including fingerprinting • Valid Commonwealth of Virginia Driver's License • Twelve month probationary period • Shift work, including weekend, holidays and nights • Work beyond normal work schedule • Essential staff designation • Pre-employment physical examination, audiometric testing, drug testing, alcohol screening and repeated according to policy thereafter • Must wear uniform, including safety equipment • Must maintain phone for emergency contact Special Instructions to Applicants Salary based on job experience, military history, related education and/or jail officer certification through DCJS. If selected to proceed in the hiring process, please be prepared to present the following items at the time of interview: - High School Transcripts (sealed in envelope) - Driver's License - DD214 (copy 4), if applicable All employees must maintain active phone for emergency contact Closing Date/Time: Continuous