County of Calaveras

Work and live In the heart of California’s Gold Country.  With a growing population of over 44,000 residents Calaveras County offers four seasons of activities including fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, camping, water sports at nine public access lakes from large reservoirs to small mountaintop lakes, snow sports including world class skiing, caves, golfing at six beautiful championship courses, quaint towns, a wide variety of restaurants, museums, art, vineyards, historical landmarks, and much more. 
 
Calaveras County is the perfect spot for day trips.  You are just 1 hour from Sacramento, 2 1/2 hours from Tahoe, San Francisco and Yosemite.  Elevations range from near sea level in the west to over 7,000 feet in the east.  Average temperatures range from 20-40 degrees during winter months to 85-95 during summer months.  Average rainfall is 20-40 inches and snowfall can be over 200 inches in the higher elevations.   Calaveras County is truly a wonderful place to work and live.
 

43 job(s) at County of Calaveras

CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Feb 13, 2024
Full Time
Position Description Under general supervision, to conduct planning studies; to develop reports; to interpret and enforce zoning regulations; to make land use recommendations; to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Planner I This is the entry-level position in the classification series. The Planner I position is expected to work under close supervision and will be trained to handle a variety of related duties. Planner II This is journey or fully qualified position in the series. The Planner II position is expected to work under general supervision and is assigned more advanced work than the Planner I. Example of Duties Gathers a variety of information and data for the preparation of planning reports, planning studies and general informational items. Develops statistics and performs research related to planning projects. Reviews/develops maps, charts and graphs, engineering and survey information for use in analyzing and interpreting data and preparing planning studies and reports. Assists in compiling, arranging, analyzing and interpreting data. Assists in making comparative studies of land use, population structure and economic activity utilizing a variety of informational sources. Prepares planning displays and exhibits. Answers inquiries and assists the public in matters related to planning and land use. Serves as a resource for matters related to zoning, land divisions, use permits, variances, survey documents and other land use matters. Assists in development of departmental recommendations on matters to be heard by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors Enforces zoning regulations.. Assists in preparation of zoning ordinances, maps and related documents. Site inspections and field work to ensure compliance with established regulations. Make presentations to the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Theory, principles and practices of planning, land use, surveying, and environmental permitting processes; current trends in Federal, State and local planning; Federal/State laws and regulations pertaining to planning activities in local government: nomenclature symbols and equipment used in planning, drafting and mapping work; zoning and subdivision regulations; county regulations to planning; working knowledge of both current and advanced planning; common tools used in the profession, including computerized graphics. Ability to: Organize and conduct research studies: compile and analyze technical, statistical, surveying and other general land use information and data; prepare comprehensive reports using a variety of tools including computer graphics: interpret, explain and apply laws and regulations: work cooperatively with those contacted in the course of work; assist in the preparation of maps, technical drawings, and legal descriptions; make effective public presentations. Education and Experience: Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Planner I Graduation from an accredited college with a bachelor's degree in Urban/Regional Planning, Transportation Planning, Public Administration, Geography (with related course concentration), Architecture, Environmental Sciences, Landscape Architecture, or a closely related field. OR two years of college course work with a major in planning, land use or a related field and two years' experience in a public or private planning agency. Planner II Graduation from an accredited college with a bachelor's degree in Urban/Regional Planning, Transportation Planning, Public Administration, Geography (with related course concentration), Architecture, Environmental Sciences, Landscape Architecture, or a closely related field and two years' experience in a public or private planning agency OR two years of college course work with a major in planning, land use or a related field and four years' experience in a public or private planning agency. A master's degree in planning or a related field can be substituted for up to one year of the required experience. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles may be required. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Feb 07, 2024
Part Time
Position Description This is a benefited, 32 hour per week position. Welcome prospective candidates to the Transportation Officer position within Behavioral Health at Calaveras County! We are seeking a dedicated individual who is passionate about serving our clients and community. Join us in our mission to foster resilience and promote recovery for all individuals in Calaveras County. Under supervision, transports/accompanies clients to a variety of sites; provides assistance with personal care, safety and needs; does related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Incumbents in these positions normally work on a temporary basis for either the County Mental Health or the County Probation Offices; they may be expected to work variable shifts/hours as need arises with little or no advance warning; the bulk of their duties relates to driving clients to assigned destinations per departmental directives; however, they may be expected to assume non-driving duties as indicated on an as needed basis; Assistant Transportation Officers are not expected to assume driving duties, but are expected to assist Transportation Officers with routine duties. Example of Duties Transports and/or accompanies clients to and from place of residence, clinics, hospitals, board/care homes, juvenile homes, courts, Youth Authority and other locations. Assists clients in boarding transport vehicles. Ensures client, staff and public safety during transport. May assist clients with personal care needs. Ensures that clients adhere to schedules and arrive for appointments in a timely manner; checks vehicles for routine maintenance and safety needs. May assist professional and technical staff with client care activities and other related program needs. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Safe driving practices applicable to transportation of clients and other personnel. Ability to: Establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide variety, of individuals; assist with care activities pertinent to a mental health or clinical setting; deal effectively with safety and other crisis issues which may arise during the course of work; effectively and efficiently follow departmental policies and procedures. Skill to: Accurately assess transport and safety needs; handle scheduling demands, ensuring timely transport of clients; quickly assess client needs and respond appropriately. Education, Training, and Experience : Equivalent to high school education; experience working with mental health clients, juveniles and/or probationers helpful; demonstrated safe driving record highly desirable. Special Requirements Possession of current and valid California driver's license. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Feb 07, 2024
Full Time
Position Description Welcome prospective candidates to the Department Analyst position within Behavioral Health at Calaveras County! We are seeking a dedicated individual who is passionate about leveraging data analytics, contract monitoring and other administrative tasks to drive impactful change in Behavioral Health Services. As you embark on this journey with us, your expertise and commitment will play a pivotal role in enhancing the well-being of our community. Join us in our mission to foster resilience and promote recovery for all individuals in Calaveras County. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs responsible administrative, organizational, systems, budgetary, statistical and other analysis and staff support related to a department, division, or specified program within a department, performs paraprofessional development, implementation and administration of department/program policy and procedure; and may provide day-to-day and project supervision to administrative support staff as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the fully-competent level in the department analyst series, responsible for difficult analytical work in varied department and program support areas. Projects may include statistical analyses, operations support, policy, procedure and budget development, or other areas specific to the assigned department. Incumbents may provide day-to-day and project supervision to administrative support staff, and may have specific program responsibility. Incumbents are expected to exercise independent judgment in selecting study approach and analytical techniques, and in making sound recommendations. This class is distinguished from lower level administrative support positions in that the latter performs analysis and policy development, which substantially impact department or program operations. Example of Duties Analyzes alternatives and makes recommendations regarding such matters as the assigned departments organizational structural, budget development and administration, staffing, facilities, equipment, cost analysis, productivity, policy or procedure, etc. Assists in the development and implementation of department or division goals and objectives; Assists in developing and administering specified portions of the department's annual budget, including gathering information and monitoring expenditures; Provides direction and supervision to administrative support staff on a project and/or day-to-day basis; Confers with representatives of other governmental agencies, business, professional and citizen's groups, vendors and the public; Provides liaison and staff support to a variety of committees and commissions; Reviews, develops and administers grants; performs analyses to ensure compliance with grant requirements; prepares required reports for federal, state, county, department or other grant agencies; Plans and organizes administrative studies relating to the activities or operations of the department or program to which assigned; Determines analytical techniques and information gathering processes and obtains required information and data for analysis; Conducts a variety of special projects and studies related to the functions of the department or program to which assigned; Discusses findings with management staff and prepares reports of study conclusions; makes recommendations based on study results; Provides technical assistance to others on administrative and analytical matters; Prepares technical reports, correspondence and other written materials; May participate in hiring of support staff; trains staff in department policies and procedures; May supervise staff when assigned; and Performs related work as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles, practices and methods of administrative, budgetary and organizational analysis; basic accounting practices and principles; principles and practices of work planning; financial/statistical/comparative analysis techniques and formula; basic budgetary principles and practices; business computer applications, particularly as related to budgetary and statistical analysis. Skill and Ability to: Analyze administrative, operational and organization problems, evaluate alternatives, and reaching sound conclusions; interpreting and applying laws, regulations, policies and procedures; plan and assign subordinate workload as needed, lead and oversee the work of subordinate staff; collect, evaluate and interpret varied information and data, either in statistical or narrative form; coordinate multiple projects and meet critical deadlines; exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines; prepare clear, concise and complete reports and other written materials; maintain accurate records and files; establish and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work. Education, Training, and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with major coursework in business or public administration or a related field and two (2) years of paraprofessional experience in administrative, management, operation, budgetary or similar analysis required. Additional relevant experience, which would provide the knowledge and skills listed above, may be substituted for the education requirement on a year for year basis. Special Requirements May be required to possess an appropriate California Driver's License. Bargaining Unit 5 (unrepresented) - Supervisory and Confidential Non-Exempt Employees For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Flexible Spending Accounts under Section 125 Flexible Spending:Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending:Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Retirement Information: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRAMEMBERS: 2% at 62 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizesVALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Feb 02, 2024
Full Time
Position Description The Literacy Division of the Calaveras County Library oversees the efforts of the Library to meet the educational needs of our adult population. Funding sources for this program include offering instruction to residents of the Calaveras County Adult Detention Center (ADF) and those recently released from this Center. The position requires instructional sessions at the ADF by the Literacy Coordinator. Additional funding comes from the California Library-Literacy Service of the State Library and from Health and Human Services through their CalWorks programs. Budget management, fund raising capacity, and accurate reporting and planning are key skills needed for this position. One office staff and a team of volunteers work to offer literacy services to adults in Calaveras County. This position requires you to work in and around Inmates at the Calaveras County Jail. As a condition of employment all applicants that meet the minimum requirements and are chosen from the oral interview process will have to clear an extensive Sheriff’s background investigation that includes but not limited to criminal history, credit check, drug use and character assessment. Under supervision, to plan, implement and coordinate activities related to the County's adult literacy program; to recruit, train, evaluate and supervise literacy program volunteers; to supervise paid staff as assigned; to do related work as required. Example of Duties Plans, implements, coordinates and promotes the literacy program and literacy services to community organizations, library clientele, students and other interested parties. Arranges and coordinates tutor training classes. Coordinates recruitment of participatory learners and tutors. Evaluates learners and matches learners with tutors. Maintains regular contact with adult learners and volunteer tutors. Reviews, selects and purchases training materials. Maintains, develops and evaluates the library's collection of literacy materials, both instructional and supportive. Coordinates fund-raising activities. Plans, coordinates and implements publicity efforts. Supervises assigned volunteers. Establishes and maintains close working relationships with a wide variety of community agencies, organizations, schools and other interested groups. Supervises staff and assists the librarian as needed. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Literacy program goals and services; materials that are used as resources to enhance the learning of adult students and others requiring literacy services; modern techniques of publicity, office management and staff supervision; variety of related educational programs available. Ability to: Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others; effectively present program goals and contents to interested individuals; recruit and train interested volunteers; effectively manage an active outreach program including publicity efforts; demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills. Education, Training, and Experience : Equivalent to graduation from high school. A Bachelor's degree in a related field is highly desirable; a minimum of two years of library or literacy program experience is preferred. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California vehicle driver's license may be required. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 22, 2023
Full Time
Position Description DA Investigator I: $38.25 - $46.56 DA Investigator II: $46.56 - $56.60 Under general direction and supervision, conducts criminal investigations, including assisting attorney preparing misdemeanor and felony cases for hearings and assisting other law enforcement agencies with criminal investigations; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : DA Investigator I This is the entry-level and first working level in the District Attorney classification series. This position is for a certified peace officer with at least three years of full-time law enforcement experience in which at least one year of which was spent in criminal investigations. DA Investigator II This is the experienced level position in the District Attorney classification series. Incumbents conduct a full range of criminal investigations with minimal direction and supervision. This classification differs from the DA Investigation I level in that the II level performs more complex investigations on a relatively independent basis and trains and supervises other DA Investigators. Example of Duties (Duties vary depending on assignment) Interviews witnesses and others involved in assigned cases. Obtains witness statements, documents and related evidence. Collects physical evidence and arranges for forensic testing of evidence as directed. Performs field investigations. Reviews reports from law enforcement agencies. Makes recommendations regarding appropriate investigations for cases. Appears in court as witness and attorney support. Prepares photographs, sketches and diagrams for courtroom presentation. Prepares reports regarding investigative work. Inspects crime scenes and gathers, analyzes and preserves physical evidence. Prepares search warrants. May initiate investigations as directed and makes recommendations regarding appropriate charges. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Investigative techniques and procedures; criminal law, rules of evidence and court procedures; training and experience in crime scene processing; interviewing techniques; basic accounting procedures and their application to law enforcement and investigations; use and care of firearms. Ability to: Gather and analyze investigative data; provide a variety of support for legal staff and other law enforcement agencies; prepare clear, concise, and comprehensive investigative reports; analyze financial and statistical data; interpret and apply codes, laws, and court decisions regarding the proper gathering and preservation of evidence; prepare diagrams and illustration for presentation in court; training and experience in modern forensic evidence; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Education, Training, and Experience: DA Investigator I Equivalent to graduation from high school and three years of full-time law enforcement experience with at least one year experience in criminal investigations. Additionally, the completion of six satisfactory performance years as a DA Investigator I with the County and the recommendation of Department Head. DA Investigator II In addition to the above, six years of full-time experience as a DA Investigator. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles; possession of a valid Basic P.O.S.T. certificate. Must pass a background investigation. 9 Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA) For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own DSA Uniform Allowance: $1025.04 per calendar year (effective 1/5/19).Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Merit: After the completion of thirteen (13) completed pay periods of full time satisfactory service in the first step of the salary range, upon recommendation of the department head and unless appointed at a higher step, the probationary employee shall be advanced to the second step in the salary range for his/her classification, but shall not be deemed to be a permanent employee until satisfactory completion of twenty-six (26) complete pay periods. If an employee is appointed at a higher than entry level step than his/her first merit increase shall be after twenty-six (26) complete pay periods of satisfactory service. It shall be the responsibility of department heads, prior to the completion of the initial twenty-five (25) complete pay periods, to report service that is less than satisfactory.. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for one year. For the classification of Deputy Sheriff I, after the completion of (26) twenty-six probationary pay periods the employee shall be advanced to the Deputy Sheriff II classification. DSA/SAFETY Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years 15 years Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance : $50,000.00 Sick Leave : 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. (DSA) 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Assignment Pay : A 2.5% increase will be awarded to members assigned to special teams: Hostage Negotiation Team SWAT Search and Rescue (SAR) Bomb Team Dive Team K-9 Pay: Handlers will be paid thirty (30) minutes per day, seven (7) days per week, at one and one-half (1 ½ ) times the regular rate of pay whether on or off duty, for the time caring for an assigned K-9 including, but not limited to, handling, training, walking, boarding, feeding, grooming, veterinary examinations, or otherwise caring for the dog. DSA Education Incentives: AA Degree........................................................3.0% Advanced POST................................................5.0% AA Degree and Advanced POST Certificate.....8.0% BA/BS Degree....................................................5.5% BA/BS and Advanced POST Certificate............10.0% Masters Degree.................................................10.0% POST Supervisory Certificate............................2.5% CLASSIFICATIONS MAXIMUM PERCENT 1. Deputies 10% 2. DA Investigator I 10% 3. DA Investigator II (Non-Supervisory) 10% 4. DA Investigator II (Supervisory) 12.5% 5. Sergeants 12.5% Bi-Lingual pay : 2.5% assignment increase. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Pre-Tax Flexible Spending: Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Pre-Tax Flexible Spending:Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from an EBS representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Retirement CLASSIC MEMBERS CalPERS:3% @ 50 PEPRA MEMBERS CalPERS: 2.7% @ 57 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? Deferred Compensation The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre & Post tax options ).The County currently utilizes VALIC, Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 19, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Clinical Nurse I: $33.34 - $40.52 Clinical Nurse II: $34.99 - $42.55 Calaveras Public Health is seeking caring and compassionate Public Health Clinical Nurses to join our team. Make a difference in the health and well-being of our communities. Enjoy weekends off, alternative work schedules, and be part of a team that values a work-life balance. Best known for its celebrated jumping frogs, Calaveras County, offers an abundance of opportunities for outdoor adventure all year round. Hours are negotiable with benefits based on agreed upon hours. DEFINITION: Under direct or general supervision, the Clinical Nurse I/II provides skilled clinical nursing services to clients in outpatient settings in Public Health and Mental Health Services. . Nursing services encompass health promotion, care and prevention of illness and disability in programs addressing mental health, communicable diseases, chronic diseases, maternal and child health and other programs as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Clinic Nurse I This is an entry level position. Under direct supervision of the Director of Nursing, provides clinical nursing services in the Public Health and Mental Health settings. This is an entry level position for a nurse with limited experience. The Clinical Nurse I is distinguished from the Clinical Nurse II in that the latter is expected to have more professional experience in a healthcare setting including Public Health and Mental Health. Clinic Nurse II Clinic Nurse II is fully competent as a Registered Nurse and is able to independently perform the full range of clinical nursing services. Example of Duties Provides medication management services to clients with mental or emotional disorders Provides case management services to selected clientele Orders and stocks clinic supplies and medications Administers psychotropic medications and monitors side effects Coordinates client care with health care providers Prepares required program reports Provides public health information to the general public Coordinates clinic programs with other health department programs Administers immunizations to adults and children Administers clinical diagnostic procedures for detection of selected conditions Obtains blood and other specimens; performs laboratory tests as required Monitors and reports disease as required by health department Provides patient counseling and education related to clinical care needs Maintains appropriate documentation on services provided May provide home visit assessments in coordination with the PHN II or the Director of Nursing Performs other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: The principles, practices and skilled techniques of nursing and related nursing theory; application of the nursing process; adherence to common safety practices; knowledge of the legal aspects of nursing; knowledge of current models of mental health recovery. Skill and Ability to: Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, general public and other departments and community agencies; communicate professionally and effectively with clients and staff; maintain accurate and complete records and reports; perform procedures according to an established protocol; speak and write effectively; use computer software for electronic health records and information searches. Education, Training, and Experience : Clinical Nurse I Equivalent to graduation from an accredited program in registered nursing and one (1) year professional nursing experience in a clinical setting such as a medical office, mental health program hospital or home health agency. Clinical Nurse II Equivalent to graduation from an accredited program in registered nursing and two (2) years professional clinical experience, preferably in a public health or mental health outpatient setting. Special Requirements Must possess a valid license as a Registered Nurse issued by the State of California; Possession of a California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles is required at time of appointment. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description DEFINITION AND DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Under direct supervision, assists with the collection, recording, maintenance, and updating of property appraisal data; performs routine on-site inspections of real and personal property; assists with the preparation of the county assessment roll; Performs a variety of paraprofessional duties necessary to the appraisal of real or personal property for taxation purposes. This is a paraprofessional class in which an incumbent performs routine appraisal tasks to assist professional appraisal staff. An employee in this class works according to standardized procedures, seeking direction from professional staff in complex or unusual situations. This class differs from that of Appraiser I in that the latter is the entry level into the professional Appraiser series. Example of Duties Assembles records, forms, maps and appraisal data in preparation for review by appraisal staff. Conducts field inspections of land, structures and improvements to collect and verify real property data. Describes property; draws plots of property to be appraised; makes drawing of structures and improvements. Collects, analyzes and performs standard cost estimates based on appraisal data to determine the taxable value of property and make correction to the tax rolls. Researches and verifies a variety of record and source documents in order to prepare and process Business Property Statements. Verifies, for additions to unsecured assessment roll, the locations of business, equipment, boats, aircraft and other personal property. Interviews property owners and other relevant parties to obtain and verify property data. Acts as information source to property owners and other interested parties at the public counter and over the telephone, explaining appraisal and appeals procedures to the taxpayers. May assist in developing procedure manuals and appraisal programs. Prepares and maintains detailed appraisal work papers; prepares written summaries of appraisal procedures and findings. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Basic mathematics, including ratios, fractions and percentages; Principles and techniques of business writing and communications; Basic principles, procedures, terminology utilized in appraisal processes; Basic principles and procedures in the Revenue Taxation Administration Rules. Applicable state, federal, and local ordinance, laws, rules, and regulations regarding property appraisal operations and programs. Ability to: Provide assistance and support to professional appraisal staff by gathering data, analyzing information, and recommending routine property appraisals; Compile, research and verify appraisal data; Apply appropriate methods, practices and procedures utilized in appraisal of real and personal property; Reading and interpreting blueprints and sketches of real property descriptions. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Two years of increasingly responsible assessment support experience in a county Assessor's Office. Educational college coursework in finance, business, accounting or related fields may be substituted for up to one year of the required experience. AND/OR Three years of full-time experience in performing responsible office and assessment role support for property transactions, appraisals, and record keeping. Special Requirements Must possess a valid driver's license. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Assessment Technician I: $18.47 - $22.42 Assessment Technician II: $22.42 - $27.27 Assessment Technician I and II Under general supervision, to perform responsible technical work involved in the updating of the county assessment rolls; the maintenance of master property records and personal property records; the calculation of assessments and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is a flexibly staffed, two part series. Incumbents will be expected to perform increasingly complex duties, requiring specialized knowledge of the functions performed in the assigned department. Incumbents are expected to possess technical knowledge as it relates to applicable computer technology, Revenue Codes, and Taxation Codes. Assessment Technician I This is the entry-level position in the Assessment Technician series. The incumbent will work under close supervision while being trained and will gradually work more independently as knowledge and skills are acquired. More of the routine work will be assigned to this class. Incumbents are expected to develop basic assessment skills and assume responsibility for one or more key assessment functions. Assessment Technician II This is the intermediate level position in the Assessment Technician series. Incumbents are expected to perform basic routine tasks independently. Incumbents will be assigned increasingly difficult tasks and are expected to acquire the necessary computer property tax system and assessment practice skills. Example of Duties Management reserves the rights to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Performs clerical and technical work in the production and maintenance of the county assessment rolls. Maintains records and indexes involving ownership, mailing and situs addresses, property locations, sales data and licensed mobile homes. Processes parcel splits, address changes, recorded documents, property statements, building permits, mobile home registrations and miscellaneous surveys. Checks appraisal computations for accuracy. Types, files and indexes a variety of materials. Analyzes legal documents to determine if a reappraisable event for ad valorem tax assessment purposes has occurred. Responsible for processing exemptions, exclusions from reappraisal and supplemental assessments. Processes corrections to the assessment rolls. Processes boat registrations. Handles records management tasks related to the Assessor’s Office operations including payroll and monitoring the budget. May make presentations to the Assessment Appeals Board. Prepare correspondence to attorneys, title companies and the public. Works with outside agencies, the public, and others regarding Assessor operations. Provide difficult assessment explanations to tax payers. Other duties as may be assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Assessment Technician I Operation of standard office equipment and tools including computers, printers, and copiers; computer applications including all Microsoft programs, Adobe and other commonly used applications; filing, indexing and source of information; effectively communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing; Assessment Technician II State revenue and taxation laws governing the preparation of assessment rolls and the assessment of property; mapping procedures used in assessment work; organization, operation details, and procedures of the County Assessor’s Office; miscellaneous legal documents. Skill and Ability To: Assessment Technician I Operate office equipment including a personal computer; learn new computer applications; adapt to changing assignments and work tools; work as a team member to achieve short and long-term goals; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work. Assessment Technician II Understand and apply pertinent laws, rules and regulations; read and interpret property deeds and other legal documents; accurately perform a wide variety of mathematical functions and input data with speed and accuracy; Training and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school and: Assessment Technician I No experience required. Assessment Technician II Two years of experience in a position comparable to an Assessment Technician I, including demonstrated knowledge of computer applications and Assessor’s Office operations. In addition, candidates must demonstrate competency in technical work related to two of the following categories: Transfer Analysis, Permits and Situs Addressing, Business/Personal Property, Valuation Entry, Roll Corrections, Homeowner’s Exemptions or Non-homeowner’s exemptions. Special Requirements Possession of a valid California driver’s license. New Assessment Technicians will immediately obtain their temporary Assessment Analyst certificate and are required to be certified as an Assessment Analyst before the one-year probationary period is complete. Failure to obtain this certification within the probationary period will cause for termination of employment. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Join our Team to provide community-based crisis intervention services for children and adult populations with mental health and/or substance abuse diagnoses which includes direct client contact in the community, partnering with law enforcement, crisis intervention, field assessments, outreach services, and other related duties as assigned. This position will be required to pass P.O.S.T. background and will be located in the Calaveras County Jail. Work schedule will be: Sunday - Wednesday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm. Under limited supervision, provides advanced level case management services, crisis intervention, individual and group rehabilitation services and psycho education to adults with severe mental illnesses and/or children and youth with serious behavioral and emotional disorders and/or substance use disorders, and/or conservatees. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the advanced level Case Management position. Applicants are expected to possess extensive knowledge and skills regarding the provision of case management services and community resources related to mental health, substance use disorder, conservatorship, and related issues. Applicants are also expected to understand the principles and practices of behavioral health and/or substance use disorder services, principles and practices of case management, rehabilitation methodologies, social aspects of mental illness, addiction and substance use and the scope of activities of public and private health and social services agencies. Incumbents are also expected to understand the basic principles of leadership as they may act as a subject matter expert and/or provide supervision to lower level staff assigned to a program or worksite as needed. This position is different from a Case Manager I/II as applicants will generally be assigned to a specialized program in house or with a partner agency/department. Example of Duties Provides advanced level case management and related services either in house, in the field, or with a partner agency/department. Operates independently with limited supervision and may be assigned a worksite at another Department, Division, etc. Participates in individual and multi-disciplinary treatment planning activities and monitors treatment plans. Conducts orientation, educational, and individual and group rehabilitation services. Evaluates and provides intervention for crisis, including in the field. Develops resource listings. Assists with placement and discharge planning for mental health treatment for clients placed on involuntary psychiatric hold. Attends court hearings as appropriate. Represents assigned program and provides outreach and training to staff, community partners, etc. Collects data on interventions provided and participates in program evaluation efforts. Participates in community activities dealing with issues related to the impact of mental illnesses, addiction or substance use disorders on the community and on consumers of behavioral health services. Attends staff meetings, treatment planning, and monitoring through utilization management and review. Works to support medical clinical staff, administrative staff, consumer employees and volunteers in accomplishing overall consumer and agency goals. Works with legal counsel as it pertains to conservatorship cases. Provides on-call coverage. Maintains accurate and timely documentation of interventions and activities that meet or exceed reimbursement standards. Provides programmatic training and supervision in a subject matter expert capacity (non-management). Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Community resources related to mental health, conservatorship and/or addiction or substance use disorder and related issues, and understanding of principles and practices of case management, social aspects of mental illness, emotional and behavioral disorders, addiction and substance use disorder; scope and activities of public and private health and social services agencies. Ability to: Apply the principles of current mental health and/or addiction or substance use disorder treatment practices, agency policies and procedures; establish and maintain the confidence and cooperation of persons contacted in the course of the work; utilize technology for case management services, write clear, accurate and concise notes and reports; maintain an objective and empathetic understanding of mental illness, emotional and behavioral disorders, addiction, substance use disorders, and related problems. Work collaboratively with other service departments, community partners, and/or the public. Education, Training, and Experience : Graduation from high school and four years of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Case Manager II; or An Associate's Degree in Human Services, or a related field, and three years of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Case Manager II; or A Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, chemical dependency, or a related field and two years of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Case Manager II; OR Master's or Doctoral degree in psychology, social work, chemical dependency, or a related field and one year of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a Case Manager II. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. Bargaining Unit 5 (unrepresented) - Supervisory and Confidential Non-Exempt Employees For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Flexible Spending Accounts under Section 125 Flexible Spending:Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending:Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Retirement Information: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRAMEMBERS: 2% at 62 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizesVALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Intern
Position Description Calaveras County Public Health Division is offering a paid internship opportunity for a committed undergraduate or graduate student interested in public health education, community health needs, and program administration. As an intern for the Public Health Division, college students will be given the chance to utilize their knowledge in a professional setting by providing support to the Tobacco Prevention Program. Work with a diverse group of public health leaders, education specialists, community health workers, and clinicians to help address health inequities within Calaveras County. Help the Calaveras County Public Health Division achieve its mission to improve the health and well-being of everyone in Calaveras County! Gain exposure to professional development activities and career pathways while accruing valuable experience. The position can accommodate up to 240 internship hours and is fully in-person. Interested and eligible candidates are encouraged to apply for this exciting opportunity! Under general direction of the Public Health Deputy Director, the incumbent to this position represents a specific population and/or peer group for resource development, coordination and liaison between agencies and consumers. Example of Duties Assist in the coordination and development of support services to targeted populations as specified by grant/allocation funding; Serve as a peer representative to program activities/meetings; Participate in training activities as directed; Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with internal staff and external resources; Assist with administrative/clerical tasks as assigned; Utilize skills in engaging and working with others from diverse ethnic and cultural groups; Provide direct assistance to targeted populations as specified by grant funding sources; Provide empathetic peer support; link targeted population to appropriate resources, advocating for them when necessary; Participate in production and/or distribution of support and/or educational materials (e.g., newsletters). Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Public health issues within the targeted population groups; familiarity with community resources and service agencies, including both private and other public agencies, social and economic problems which call for the use of public and private county services. Ability to: Plan, organize, coordinate, and manage tasks as assigned; communicate orally and in writing on a variety of issues; develop and maintain harmonious relationships with employees, public officials, community groups, other agencies and the general public. Education, Training, and Experience : Equivalent to graduation from High School Any combination of education and experience which would provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. Previous experience as a consumer or family member of mental health or related public health services preferred. Special Requirements Possession of a valid California driver's license. Bargaining Unit 7 - Service Employees International Union Local 1021 For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Boot Allowance: $150 per year and is distributed once a year, in the first full pay period in the month of December. Qualifying Classifications: Registered EH Specialists, EH Techs, OSS Engineers, Fleet Manager, Junior Engineer, Mechanic series, Sheriff's Mechanic, Public Works Inspector, Road Maintenance Worker series, Integrated Waste Worker series, AG Techs, and AG Biologists, and Recycling Program Coordinator I/II, Permit Tech I/II, Engineering Tech I/II assigned to the Rock Creek Landfill facility, and Air Pollution Control Tech. Uniform Allowance: $600 per calendar year split into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying classifications : Custodian series, facility maintenance worker series, facilities maintenance engineer. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods.. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$75 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from a representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance ?LEGALSHIELD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457 Government plan. Employees can contribute u to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre or Post Tax options ).The County utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Under direction, to prepare a variety of foods for the County jail population; to assist with the supervision of trustees; care for equipment, utensils, supplies and work areas; do related work as required. Example of Duties Assists with the supervision of trustees and personally participates in the food preparation and food services activities in the County jail. Assists with the planning of the general menu and writes menu sheets. Supervises and assists trustees engaged in preparing meals. Cuts and prepares all types of meat, fowl and fish. Prepares and cooks vegetables, salads, desserts and other foods and beverages. Establishes quality controls, sanitary and procedural standards and policies and inspects food served to prisoners for compliance with established standards. Maintains kitchen in compliance with sanitary standards. Cares for and maintains equipment. Requisitions, inspects and supervises the storage of groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, meat and other food supplies. Keeps records of accounts related to food service operations. Plans and supervises trustees in the planting and maintenance of a large garden. Prepares garden vegetables for preserving. May occasionally escort prisoners as directed. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Techniques and methods for preparing food in quantities; equipment and utensils used in preparation, cooking and serving food; food storage methods; kitchen sanitation and methods of cleaning and caring for kitchen equipment; and kitchen safety practices. Ability to: Direct the work of trustees engaged in food preparation; order food and supplies in proper quantities; prepare designated quantities of food with a minimum of waste; organize work to meet meal schedules; plan and supervise the maintenance of a large garden; and prepare and preserve vegetables. Education, Training, and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school and one (1) year of responsible experience cooking food in large quantities in an institution or commercial kitchen. Special Requirements Possession of a valid California Driver's License. Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description We will be conducting Correctional Officer testing on Thursday, February 29th, 2024. To be invited to our next testing date submit your application no later than Sunday, February 18th, 2024. Correctional Officer I: $25.61 - $31.12 Correctional Officer II: $28.23 - $34.31 A correctional officer is a custodian of inmates in our jail system. It is a position of authority and commitment to integrity. It is a career that upholds the rules of incarceration yet protects the welfare of inmates. Rules at the jail are strictly enforced to protect visitors, correctional staff and inmates. JOIN OUR TEAM! Under supervision, maintains care and custody of inmates, security, and order on and off the property of Calaveras County; do related work as required, or conduct other duties as assigned by the Sheriff or his/her designee. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Correctional Officer I: This is the entry-level and first working level in the Correctional Officer series. Incumbents work in a learning capacity performing Correctional Officer duties related to the care, custody, and confinement of inmates at the County correctional facility. Initially given detailed direction and supervision in learning the techniques of supervising inmates and jail operations. Once experience is gained, assignments become more varied, complex, and difficult. Close supervision and frequent review of work lessens as the incumbent demonstrates skill to perform independent work. Positions at this level usually perform most of the duties required of the Correctional Officer II, but are not expected to function at the same skill level and usually exercise less independent discretion and judgement in matters related to work procedures and methods. Correctional Officer II: This is the fully-qualified level in the Correctional Officer series. Incumbents have increased responsibility and latitude when performing the full range of assigned duties. Positions at this level are distinguished from the Correctional Officer I by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned, working independently, and exercising judgment and initiative. Incumbents at this level only receive occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arrives and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies in the jail. The incumbent may be required to assume the role of an acting, temporary shift Officer in Charge in certain situations when directed. This class is distinguished from the Correctional Corporal in that the latter is responsible for technical and functional direction of the lower level Correctional Officers and staff. Positions within the Correctional Officer series are flexibly staffed. These classifications function as peace officers within the authority and limits of California Penal Code Sections 830.1( c ) and 832. Example of Duties Receives, books, fingerprints, and photographs inmates. Receives and records personal property of inmates. Assures that inmates are searched, clothed, and assigned to cells. Confines and releases inmates from cells. Monitors inmate activities. Operates a County vehicle to transport and escort inmates to and from medical facilities, other detention facilities, courts, and other locations. Supervises inmates on work details both within and outside of the custodial facility. Patrols the internal and external perimeters of the custodial facility, making periodic inspections of conditions. Enforces rules and regulations governing the conduct of inmate and visitors. Examines mail and packages to be received by inmates. Maintains discipline and orderly conduct. Prevents, deters, and stops fights among inmates, restrains disorderly inmates. Uses appropriate verbal skills to prevent assault by inmates, and uses appropriate self-defense tactics to deflect assault by inmates. Investigates and/or handles medical emergencies and disorders. Administers CPR and first aid. Coordinates with custody nurse for the distribution of prescribed medications to inmates. Investigates crimes committed within the facility by inmate population and writes accurate reports regarding said investigation. Operates radios, telephones, and other communication equipment. Prepares required records pertaining to period of commitment. Prepares records and reports; completes forms. Discharges or transfers inmates, prepares appropriate reports and paperwork, releases personal property. Answers inquiries over the telephone related to jail policies and individual prisoners per applicable regulations. Receives and gives receipts for bail money; Supervises feeding of prisoners; Assists with routine clerical duties; Attends State mandated training(s) to achieve and maintain correctional officer certificate(s). Minimum Qualifications Correctional Officer I: Knowledge, Skill and Ability to Demonstrate an aptitude for correctional work, learn , understand and carry out oral and written instructions; learn the techniques of and perform inmate supervision; , learn, understand and apply departmental and other applicable laws and regulations; learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system, make independent decisions and adopt quick, effective and reasonable course of action with respect for the rights of others; work under stressful or dangerous conditions, often involving considerable personal risk or risk to others; maintain accurate records and prepare clear and concise reports and other written materials; to learn from experience and apply knowledge gained effectively . Correctional Officer II: Knowledge of: (Full Performance): Human relations, inmate character and habits, supervision of inmates, disciplinary, security, emergency, and safety policies and procedures, departmental rules and regulations, location of routine and emergency equipment, and appropriate terminology. Skill to: (Full Performance): Use effective verbal and non-verbal communication; perform CPR and first-aid; use riot control equipment, restraining devices, fire extinguishers and other security and safety equipment; and drive a County vehicle while monitoring inmates. Demonstrate and maintain proficiency with firearms and other assigned defensive weapons and tools. Ability to: (Full Performance): Independently enforce jail policies and procedures to ensure the safety and security of the jail; independently supervise, monitor, and transport inmates; make quick, sound, and independent decisions based on facts; appraise situations and people accurately and adopt an effective course of action; keep records and reports; protect oneself and others; handle hostile inmates with minimum amount of force, observe and note unusual occurrences; be aware of surroundings; supervise inmates; and perform duties according to established policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Ability to supervise junior correctional officers and other staff when directed. Training and Experience Equivalent to graduation from high school and: Correctional Officer I: Successful completion of the Adult Corrections Officer CORE course as mandated by the California Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC) and S.T.C. within one year of employment. Correctional Officer II: One year of experience equivalent to a Calaveras County Correctional Officer I, successful completion of the Adult Corrections Officer CORE course as mandated by the California Board of State & Community Corrections (BSCC), successful completion of the Penal Code 832 Laws of Arrest and Firearms certification course within one year of advancement to Correctional Officer II. Advancement and approval of merit increase is based on performance. Special Requirements Must be able to successfully complete a thorough Sheriff’s Department background investigation and be eligible to possess firearms. Possession of an appropriate California driver’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles is required. Successful completion of a P.C. 832 course and C.O.R.E training within the one-year probationary period of employment is required. Correctional Officers will be required to maintain proficiency and skill training throughout their career. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Frequently stand, walk and climb stairs and ladders; sit or stand for extended periods in one position; walk on sloped, slippery and/or uneven surfaces; ability to stoop, kneel, or bend to pick up or move objects weighing over 100 pounds with help; open heavy metal doors routinely throughout a shift, crawl through various areas moving on hands and knees; physical ability to restrain prisoners; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; corrected hearing and vision to normal range, verbal communication; use of office equipment including computers, telephones, calculators, copiers, and FAX. Correctional officers are required to wear specialized equipment, some of which is heavy and worn daily. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: This class description lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Not all duties are necessarily performed by each incumbent. Incumbents may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in the documents and may be required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills. For more information on the CORE Course please visit: ACO CORE Manual http://www.bscc.ca.gov/s_stcprogramsandservices/ Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month.
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Correctional Tech I: $18.95 - $23.05 Correctional Tech II: $20.92 - $25.42 Correctional Tech III: $23.66 - $28.75 We are recruiting to fill a current vacancy and to establish a list for future openings. DEFINITION: Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical and clerical duties of moderate difficulty and support duties associated with the intake and release of prisoners in the County Jail system; to enter all pertinent information into the computerized booking system; to operate and monitor communications and security equipment; to provide public reception, access and assistance as required; and perform related duties as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Correctional Technician I: This is the entry level class for the Correctional Technician series. Incumbents are required to perform a combination of clerical functions and some limited responsibilities associated with Correctional Officers. Assignment require basic knowledge of Sheriff’s Department policies and procedures related to jail operations, booking procedures, penal codes, and Title 15. Correctional Technician II: This is the journey level position within the series. In addition to the above, incumbent will be assigned to more increasingly difficult tasks within the department. Incumbents may assist in training and guiding subordinates. Correctional Technician III: This is the advanced level position within the series. In addition to the above, responsibilities require the frequent use of initiative and independent judgement in scheduling and coordination of office activities, and other Correctional Technicians and their assignments. Incumbents are responsible for more complex work assignments and work with greater independence from close review. Incumbents may assist in training and guiding subordinates. Example of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Processes new prisoners from paper work provided by law enforcement officer or the courts. Gathers and enters prisoners arrest information into the computerized booking system; prepares and routes computer-generated booking reports and information to the proper destination or as requested. Inventories and secures inmates personal property and monies. Completes files, logs, charts and other documents associated with jail booking activities. Determines bail for arrestees as set by the Superior Court. Assists in coordinating booking issues and activities with other county departments and agencies, including the courts, probation, public defender’s office, and the District attorney’s office. Controls traffic into and out of the jail facility by operating the jail security doors in accordance with security and safety policies and procedures; monitors jail security cameras. Receives and documents visitors; ascertains nature of, or legality of visit. Monitors radio communication among jail personnel; operates jail phone system and paging system. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of : Pertinent federal, state, and county, laws, codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures; Record-keeping, report preparation and filing systems and methods; Correct English usage, including spelling, grammar, punctuation and vocabulary; Modern office practices and technology, including the use of computers for word and data processing; Basic arithmetic and bookkeeping. Ability to : Learn, understand, interpret and apply pertinent laws, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures; Learn jail/corrections facilities practices and procedures, including the operation of security equipment; Learn legal terminology; Understand and follow oral and written directions/communications; Gather complete, accurate and relevant information of a personal and confidential nature from written and oral communications; Determine appropriate responses to situations involving the custody and security of jail inmates; Work effectively under stress; react calmly and professionally in potentially dangerous situations; Communicate tactfully and effectively with the public and others; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Perform clerical and bookkeeping duties; Perform multiple tasks simultaneously, and work effectively despite frequent interruptions; Operate telephone system in a professional, courteous manner; Safely operate basic office equipment and security equipment; Use computers effectively for word and data processing; Type or word process accurately at a speed necessary for successful job performance; Maintain accurate records and files; Prepare clear and concise reports, records and other written materials; Perform required mathematical computations accurately. Education, Training, and Experience: Correctional Technician I: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Must be computer literate. Correctional Technician II: Three (3) years of experience in a position comparable to a Correctional Technician I. In addition, candidates must demonstrate competency in technical work. Correctional Technician III: Two (2) years of experience in a position comparable to a Correctional Technician II. In addition, candidates must demonstrate proficiency in administrative law enforcement procedures and processes. Special Requirements Must possess a California driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record. Will be required to pass a thorough background investigation. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Mobility to work in a standard office environment, use standard office equipment and attend off-site meetings; physical ability to sit or otherwise remain stationary at work post for long periods of time; manual dexterity to use standard office equipment and supplies and to manipulate both single sheets of paper and large document holders (binders, manuals, etc.); vision to read handwritten and printed materials and a computer screen; hearing and speech to communicate person and by telephone. May be required to work a rotation schedule and all shifts, including weekends and holidays. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: This class description lists the major duties and requirements of the job and is not all-inclusive. Not all duties are necessarily performed by each incumbent. Incumbents may be expected to perform job-related duties other than those contained in the documents and may be required to have specific job-related knowledge and skills. Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month.
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Deputy District Attorney I: $37.52 - $45.59 Deputy District Attorney II: $43.65 - $53.04 Deputy District Attorney III: $50.51 - $61.41 Deputy District Attorney IV: $58.49 - $71.08 Under general supervision or direction, performs increasingly difficult professional legal work in the analysis, preparation and prosecution of criminal cases before the court in Calaveras County; and performs related duties as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Deputy District Attorney I is the entry level classification in this flexible series. Initially under close supervision, incumbents learn and perform the less difficult and non-controversial assignments in the District Attorney's Office under the direction and guidance of the District Attorney and more senior attorneys. Incumbents normally advance to the higher level of Deputy District Attorney II after gaining experience, achieving proficiency and demonstrating the ability to perform tasks as assigned that meet the requirements for Deputy District Attorney II. Deputy District Attorney II is the journey level classification in this flexible series. Under general supervision, through formal and informal work review, incumbents perform a full range of assignments. Positions at this level are normally filled by advancement from the Deputy District Attorney I level. Deputy District Attorney III is the advanced journey level classification in this flexible series. Incumbents handle complex and difficult legal matters and assignments, and may provide training and technical expertise to lower level Deputy District Attorneys. A high level of independence in handling cases and assignments is expected at this level. Deputy District Attorney IV is the most experienced level classification in this flexible series. Incumbents handle the most complex and sensitive legal assignment requiring an experienced prosecutor with specialized training using independent judgment and discretion. Deputy District Attorneys IV's may provide direction and training to less experienced staff attorneys and assist in supervising the daily operations of the Office. Example of Duties Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Represents the State in all phases of criminal matters, from charging to arraignment to trial to appeals. Performs legal work in the preparation and prosecution of misdemeanor and felony criminal cases. Maintains and manages individual caseloads in a timely and effective manner. Reviews police reports and makes decisions regarding the issuing of criminal complaints; prepares victims and witnesses for participation in the legal process. Prepares cases for prosecution by performing duties such as providing discovery; visiting crime scenes; reviews search and arrest warrants; examine cases and determine best case strategies; research and write pleadings, briefs, motions, petitions, etc.; interviews witnesses and victims and evaluates their credibility and ability to testify; prepares expert witnesses for testimony. Presents and argues cases in court on behalf of the People of the State of California in all phases of misdemeanor and felony criminal trials including arraignments, bail hearings, settlement conferences, motion hearings, bench trials, jury trials, sentencings, restitution hearings, and probation violation hearings. Assists law enforcement agencies requiring legal advice about the investigation of any criminal matter; coordinates case activities with law enforcement personnel and others as appropriate. Responds to and resolves inquiries, complaints and requests for assistance in areas of responsibility. Performs general administrative / office work as necessary, including but not limited to attending meetings, reviewing mail and literature, copying and filing documents, entering and retrieving computer data, preparing reports and correspondence, assembling documents and files, etc. Maintains confidentiality; ensures the Constitutional rights of defendants and victims are protected; and adheres to the Rules of Professional Responsibility and ethical standards applicable to prosecutors. Keeps abreast of all new criminal legislation and case law affecting cases. Attends professional conferences, training, seminars, workshops, etc., and reads professional journals to maintain job knowledge and skills. Performs related duties as assigned. Deputy District Attorney III / IV : (In addition to the above) Presents training and gives presentations to community organizations, law enforcement agencies, etc., as necessary to enhance job skills and/or increase public awareness and support of department programs and services. Provides training and technical expertise to lower-level Deputy District Attorneys as assigned. May assist the District Attorney and Assistant District Attorney in media relations and supervising the daily operations of the office, including caseload assignment, progress monitoring and support services. Represents the State in civil and quasi-criminal matters that are within the purview of the Office of the District Attorney. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Deputy District Attorney I : Pertinent federal, state and county laws and regulations, including but not limited to, the California Penal, Health and Safety, and Vehicle Codes; basic principles and practices of criminal law, search and seizure, statutory and Constitutional discovery obligations; rules of professional responsibility and ethical standards applicable to prosecutors; courtroom / judicial procedures and processes; methods and techniques of legal research and writing; trial advocacy methods; rules of evidence and their application; methods of preparing legal and administrative documents, records and reports; modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment and applications related to the work; English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation; techniques for providing a high level of customer service to effectively deal with law enforcement, victims, witnesses, the public at large, and County staff; California appellate procedure and law. Deputy District Attorney II : (In addition to the above) Complex principles of criminal law, trial procedure, and rules of evidence and their application; basic felony sentencing rules; basic search warrant practice; established precedents, case law and sources of legal reference applicable to District Attorney's Office activities; functions and authorities of other criminal justice organizations. Deputy District Attorney III / IV : (In addition to the above) Principles and practices of lead work direction, including work planning, assignment and review; complex felony sentencing rules, including one-strike, three strikes, and special circumstances; complex search warrant practice; lifer rules and regulations; training principles and practices, and job mentoring; methods of conducting sensitive investigations; effective media relations in routine and sensitive situations. Ability to: Deputy District Attorney I : Analyze and apply basic legal practices, principles and methods; effectively apply legal knowledge and principles in court; evaluate investigative reports to determine appropriate charges, strategies for prosecution or settlement, and follow-up required; present statements of law, fact and arguments clearly and logically in written and oral form; conduct research on legal problems and prepare sound legal opinions; interpret and make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations and policies; gain cooperation through discussion and persuasion; maintain records and prepare required reports; perform required mathematical computations with accuracy; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment and specialized software applications programs; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing; use tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policy and legal guidelines in politically sensitive situations; establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; prosecute misdemeanor cases, including but not limited to driving under the influence, battery, domestic violence, drug possession, and petty thefts; prosecute juvenile delinquency cases; draft and represent the People in misdemeanor and infraction appeals at the Superior Court level. Deputy District Attorney II : (In addition to the above) Analyze and apply complex legal practices, principles, methods, facts and precedents to legal problems; prosecute increasingly complex cases, including both misdemeanor and felony criminal cases; prosecute juvenile delinquency cases. Deputy District Attorney III : (In addition to the above) Provide training and/or presentations for community service organizations and law enforcement agencies; provide lead work direction, including work planning, assignment and review; provide effective training and job mentoring as assigned; prosecute increasingly complex cases, including one strike, three-strikes, life-term cases, sanity litigation, civil asset forfeiture litigation, and lifer hearings. Conduct criminal grand jury hearings. Interact effectively with the news media while protecting prosecution interests. Respond and advise law enforcement at crime scenes. Work effectively with other agencies in developing multi-disciplinary protocols. Deputy District Attorney IV : (In addition to the above) Prosecute the most complex, high-profile, sensitive, and specialized cases, including but not limited to capital and special circumstance cases, and sexually violent predator litigation. Manage media relations in routine and sensitive situations. Education, Training, and Experience: Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying unless specific state and federal education, certification and licensure is required. Deputy District Attorney (all levels) : A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school, and Deputy District Attorney I : No experience required. Deputy District Attorney II : Two (2) years of professional legal experience at a level equivalent to Deputy District Attorney I in Calaveras County. Deputy District Attorney III : Four (4) years of professional legal experience which has included at least two (2) years of experience at a level equivalent to the Deputy District Attorney II with Calaveras County. Deputy District Attorney IV : Six (6) years of professional legal experience which has included at least two (2) years of experience at a level equivalent to the Deputy District Attorney III with Calaveras County. Special Requirements Must be an active member in good standing of the California State Bar Association. Must possess a California driver license and have and maintain a satisfactory driving record. Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Recruitment/Retention Incentive $4,000 upon completion of 1st year $3,000 upon completion of 2nd year $3,000 upon completion of 3rd year Relocation Incentive $2,000 upon hire if relocating to Calaveras County from outside a 50 mile radius. DEFINITION: Under supervision, to serve in a training capacity as a field law enforcement officer; guard and supervise prisoners in the courts or medical facility; and do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The class of Deputy Sheriff I is the entry level classification in the deputy series. Incumbents are considered to be in a training capacity for one year; successful completion of the training period may result in advancement to the class of Deputy Sheriff II. Example of Duties In a trainee capacity, learns and performs, under supervision, all aspects of law enforcement work, such as patrolling assigned areas, answering calls for protection of life and property, conducting preliminary investigations, interrogating witnesses, gathering evidence, taking statements, making arrests, investigating accidents, directing traffic, serving warrants and civil papers, booking and guarding prisoners, and performing desk, jailer and bailiff duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Ability to: Observe accurately and remember names, faces, numbers, incidents, and places; demonstrate an aptitude for law enforcement work; learn, understand, and interpret laws and regulations; learn standard broadcasting procedures of police radio systems; make independent decisions and adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action; write clear and comprehensive reports; understand and carry out oral and written directions; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public; meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance, and agility. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Equivalent to graduation from high school and successful completion of an approval law enforcement academy. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles maybe required; must possess a Certificate of Completion from an academy certified by the Commission on the Peace Officer Standards and Training no more than three years old at the time of application and appointment to the department OR have passed an equivalency examination conducted by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training within three years of application and appointment to the department. 9 Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA) For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own DSA Uniform Allowance: $1025.04 per calendar year (effective 1/5/19).Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Merit: After the completion of thirteen (13) completed pay periods of full time satisfactory service in the first step of the salary range, upon recommendation of the department head and unless appointed at a higher step, the probationary employee shall be advanced to the second step in the salary range for his/her classification, but shall not be deemed to be a permanent employee until satisfactory completion of twenty-six (26) complete pay periods. If an employee is appointed at a higher than entry level step than his/her first merit increase shall be after twenty-six (26) complete pay periods of satisfactory service. It shall be the responsibility of department heads, prior to the completion of the initial twenty-five (25) complete pay periods, to report service that is less than satisfactory.. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for one year. For the classification of Deputy Sheriff I, after the completion of (26) twenty-six probationary pay periods the employee shall be advanced to the Deputy Sheriff II classification. DSA/SAFETY Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years 15 years Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance : $50,000.00 Sick Leave : 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. (DSA) 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Assignment Pay : A 2.5% increase will be awarded to members assigned to special teams: Hostage Negotiation Team SWAT Search and Rescue (SAR) Bomb Team Dive Team K-9 Pay: Handlers will be paid thirty (30) minutes per day, seven (7) days per week, at one and one-half (1 ½ ) times the regular rate of pay whether on or off duty, for the time caring for an assigned K-9 including, but not limited to, handling, training, walking, boarding, feeding, grooming, veterinary examinations, or otherwise caring for the dog. DSA Education Incentives: AA Degree........................................................3.0% Advanced POST................................................5.0% AA Degree and Advanced POST Certificate.....8.0% BA/BS Degree....................................................5.5% BA/BS and Advanced POST Certificate............10.0% Masters Degree.................................................10.0% POST Supervisory Certificate............................2.5% CLASSIFICATIONS MAXIMUM PERCENT 1. Deputies 10% 2. DA Investigator I 10% 3. DA Investigator II (Non-Supervisory) 10% 4. DA Investigator II (Supervisory) 12.5% 5. Sergeants 12.5% Bi-Lingual pay : 2.5% assignment increase. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Pre-Tax Flexible Spending: Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Pre-Tax Flexible Spending:Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from an EBS representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Retirement CLASSIC MEMBERS CalPERS:3% @ 50 PEPRA MEMBERS CalPERS: 2.7% @ 57 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? Deferred Compensation The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre & Post tax options ).The County currently utilizes VALIC,
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description Recruitment/Retention Incentive $4,000 upon completion of 1st year $3,000 upon completion of 2nd year $3,000 upon completion of 3rd year Relocation Incentive $2,000 upon hire if relocating to Calaveras County from outside a 50 mile radius. Under general supervision, to perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; patrol assigned area and enforce state and local laws; conduct preliminary investigations of misdemeanor and felony crimes; perform bailiff duties; and do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Deputy Sheriff II is the fully trained, working-level class in the deputy sheriff series. Positions allocated to the class require previous experience and training in patrol, detective, or civil divisions. Example of Duties Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection of 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 flies and records. Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition. Prepares detailed reports of all activities. Receives, books, searches, fingerprints, and photographs new prisoners, and may perform jailer duties on a part-time basis. Serves as bailiff as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of law enforcement; rules and regulations of the Sheriff's Department; 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. Ability to: Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory; secure information from witnesses and suspects; make independent decisions while working in the field; analyze situation accurately and adopt effective courses 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; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public; meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance and agility. Training and Experience : Equivalent to graduation from high school, possession of a valid basic POST certificate and one year law enforcement experience. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles maybe required; possession of the basic certificate issued by the State Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. 9 Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA) For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own DSA Uniform Allowance: $1025.04 per calendar year (effective 1/5/19).Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Merit: After the completion of thirteen (13) completed pay periods of full time satisfactory service in the first step of the salary range, upon recommendation of the department head and unless appointed at a higher step, the probationary employee shall be advanced to the second step in the salary range for his/her classification, but shall not be deemed to be a permanent employee until satisfactory completion of twenty-six (26) complete pay periods. If an employee is appointed at a higher than entry level step than his/her first merit increase shall be after twenty-six (26) complete pay periods of satisfactory service. It shall be the responsibility of department heads, prior to the completion of the initial twenty-five (25) complete pay periods, to report service that is less than satisfactory.. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for one year. For the classification of Deputy Sheriff I, after the completion of (26) twenty-six probationary pay periods the employee shall be advanced to the Deputy Sheriff II classification. DSA/SAFETY Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years 15 years Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance : $50,000.00 Sick Leave : 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. (DSA) 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Assignment Pay : A 2.5% increase will be awarded to members assigned to special teams: Hostage Negotiation Team SWAT Search and Rescue (SAR) Bomb Team Dive Team K-9 Pay: Handlers will be paid thirty (30) minutes per day, seven (7) days per week, at one and one-half (1 ½ ) times the regular rate of pay whether on or off duty, for the time caring for an assigned K-9 including, but not limited to, handling, training, walking, boarding, feeding, grooming, veterinary examinations, or otherwise caring for the dog. DSA Education Incentives: AA Degree........................................................3.0% Advanced POST................................................5.0% AA Degree and Advanced POST Certificate.....8.0% BA/BS Degree....................................................5.5% BA/BS and Advanced POST Certificate............10.0% Masters Degree.................................................10.0% POST Supervisory Certificate............................2.5% CLASSIFICATIONS MAXIMUM PERCENT 1. Deputies 10% 2. DA Investigator I 10% 3. DA Investigator II (Non-Supervisory) 10% 4. DA Investigator II (Supervisory) 12.5% 5. Sergeants 12.5% Bi-Lingual pay : 2.5% assignment increase. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Pre-Tax Flexible Spending: Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Pre-Tax Flexible Spending:Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from an EBS representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Retirement CLASSIC MEMBERS CalPERS:3% @ 50 PEPRA MEMBERS CalPERS: 2.7% @ 57 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? Deferred Compensation The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre & Post tax options ).The County currently utilizes VALIC,
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Temporary
Position Description The Calaveras County Office of the Sheriff is seeking an extra-hire Deputy II for court security and prisoner transport. Under general supervision, to perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; patrol assigned area and enforce state and local laws; conduct preliminary investigations of misdemeanor and felony crimes; perform bailiff duties; and do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Deputy Sheriff II is the fully trained, working-level class in the deputy sheriff series. Positions allocated to the class require previous experience and training in patrol, detective, or civil divisions. Example of Duties Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection of 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 flies and records. Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition. Prepares detailed reports of all activities. Receives, books, searches, fingerprints, and photographs new prisoners, and may perform jailer duties on a part-time basis. Serves as bailiff as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of law enforcement; rules and regulations of the Sheriff's Department; 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. Ability to: Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory; secure information from witnesses and suspects; make independent decisions while working in the field; analyze situation accurately and adopt effective courses 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; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public; meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance and agility. Training and Experience : Equivalent to graduation from high school, possession of a valid basic POST certificate and one year law enforcement experience. Special Requirements Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles maybe required; possession of the basic certificate issued by the State Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. 9 Deputy Sheriff's Association (DSA) For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own DSA Uniform Allowance: $1025.04 per calendar year (effective 1/5/19).Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Merit: After the completion of thirteen (13) completed pay periods of full time satisfactory service in the first step of the salary range, upon recommendation of the department head and unless appointed at a higher step, the probationary employee shall be advanced to the second step in the salary range for his/her classification, but shall not be deemed to be a permanent employee until satisfactory completion of twenty-six (26) complete pay periods. If an employee is appointed at a higher than entry level step than his/her first merit increase shall be after twenty-six (26) complete pay periods of satisfactory service. It shall be the responsibility of department heads, prior to the completion of the initial twenty-five (25) complete pay periods, to report service that is less than satisfactory.. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for one year. For the classification of Deputy Sheriff I, after the completion of (26) twenty-six probationary pay periods the employee shall be advanced to the Deputy Sheriff II classification. DSA/SAFETY Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years 15 years Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance : $50,000.00 Sick Leave : 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. (DSA) 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Assignment Pay : A 2.5% increase will be awarded to members assigned to special teams: Hostage Negotiation Team SWAT Search and Rescue (SAR) Bomb Team Dive Team K-9 Pay: Handlers will be paid thirty (30) minutes per day, seven (7) days per week, at one and one-half (1 ½ ) times the regular rate of pay whether on or off duty, for the time caring for an assigned K-9 including, but not limited to, handling, training, walking, boarding, feeding, grooming, veterinary examinations, or otherwise caring for the dog. DSA Education Incentives: AA Degree........................................................3.0% Advanced POST................................................5.0% AA Degree and Advanced POST Certificate.....8.0% BA/BS Degree....................................................5.5% BA/BS and Advanced POST Certificate............10.0% Masters Degree.................................................10.0% POST Supervisory Certificate............................2.5% CLASSIFICATIONS MAXIMUM PERCENT 1. Deputies 10% 2. DA Investigator I 10% 3. DA Investigator II (Non-Supervisory) 10% 4. DA Investigator II (Supervisory) 12.5% 5. Sergeants 12.5% Bi-Lingual pay : 2.5% assignment increase. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Pre-Tax Flexible Spending: Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Pre-Tax Flexible Spending:Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from an EBS representative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHIELD Retirement CLASSIC MEMBERS CalPERS:3% @ 50 PEPRA MEMBERS CalPERS: 2.7% @ 57 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? Deferred Compensation The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre & Post tax options ).The County currently utilizes VALIC,
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Temporary
Position Description The next PelletB Testing dates are: Saturday April 6th, 2024, and Saturday, June 8th, 2024 Under supervision and for a limited duration, to serve in a civilian position, assigned to attend an approved P.O.S.T. certified police academy; to do other related work as required. This classification has been created to offer potential employment opportunities to individuals who are interested in pursuing a career as a Deputy Sheriff with the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This classification is a civilian extra-hire (temporary) position. Incumbents are expected to be in a training capacity for the length of the academy. Retention in the classification of Sheriff's Recruit is contingent upon acceptance to and ongoing successful participation in the assigned training program/police academy. Successful completion of the program as a Sheriff's Recruit may result in appointment to the classification of Deputy Sheriff I. Example of Duties In a trainee capacity, learns under academy staff supervision, all aspects of law enforcement work, such as patrol, answering calls for protection of life and property, conducting preliminary investigations, interrogating witnesses, gathering evidence, taking statements, making arrests, investigating accidents, directing traffic, serving warrants and civil papers, booking and guarding prisoners, and jailer and bailiff duties. Minimum Qualifications Ability to: Observe accurately and remember names, faces, numbers, incidents and places; demonstrate an aptitude for law enforcement work; learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations; learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio systems; make independent decisions and adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action; write clear and comprehensive reports; understand and carry out oral and written directions; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Current membership in the Calaveras County Sheriff's Department Explorer Post is highly desirable. Training and Experience : Equivalent to graduation from high school. Possession of an appropriate California driver's license issued by the State Department Of Motor Vehicles is required; successfully pass the following in accord with law: P.O.S.T. approved written test; oral examination conducted by the Calaveras County Sheriff's Department; complete background check; medical examination; psychological examination; satisfy all entry requirements of an approved P.O.S.T. Certified Academy. Special Requirements AGILITY TEST You need to be in good physical condition to complete the Physical Agility test so you should begin to prepare immediately. The agility test consists of: Drag 165 lb. dummy 30 feet in 15 seconds Scale a 6 foot wall in 12 seconds Run 500 yards in 1 minute, 45 seconds. WRITTEN EXAMINATION You will be required to pass a 2 hour multiple choice written exam and obtain a passing T-Score. We will accept a valid T-Score from another P.O.S.T. agency as long as it dated within 12 months of application. ORAL INTERVIEW Upon successful completion of the Physical Agility, applicants will be scheduled for an oral board interview which will evaluate such job related factors as motivation, interpersonal skills, problem solving ability, use of sound judgment and oral communication skills. This interview is usually scheduled within two - three weeks of the written and physical agility test dates . BACKGROUND REQUIREMENTS A polygraph examination and thorough background investigation. The County Medical Consultants shall conduct the psychological testing and medical exam utilizing specification of the State of California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Shall not have been convicted of a felony in this or any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, or of any offense in any other state or in any federal jurisdiction, which would have been a felony if committed in this state. See disqualifiers here. PICTURE YOURSELF HERE! EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES AWAIT YOU! Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month.
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description A dispatcher is a critical link between the community and patrol units in the field. Our state-of-the-art communications center is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Dispatchers may be required to work rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, and overtime. The skilled actions of our dedicated dispatchers are vital to our community and law enforcement professionals. BE ONE OF US! Under general supervision, to receive and transmit radio and telephone communications in the Sheriffs Department via the County's 911 dispatch center; receive/process all emergency calls within the county; dispatch law enforcement and non-fire personnel and equipment as needed; perform a variety of clerical/stenographic duties; and does related work as required. Example of Duties Receive emergency calls from the public requesting sheriff, police, fire, medical, or other emergency service. Determine nature and location of emergency. Determine priorities and dispatch sheriff, police, ambulance or other emergency units as necessary and in accordance with established procedures including utilization of EMD to give pre-arrival instructions on medical calls including CPR and basic first aid. Receive and process 9-I-I emergency calls. Maintain contact with all units on assignment; monitor status and location of sheriff, police, and ambulance units; answer non-emergency calls for assistance; enter, update and retrieve information from a variety of computer systems. Receive requests for information regarding vehicular registration, driving records, and warrant information, and provide pertinent data. Monitor and assist numerous other departments within the county including District Attorney's Office, Probation Department, Road Department, Child Protective Services, Park Rangers, and Animal Control. Runs law enforcement communications equipment, including NCIC computer. Assigns case numbers and maintains daily logs; maintains various files. Checks files for required information. Appears in court as witness for departmental actions related to dispatch/responder matters. Maintains records for emergency disaster plans, updating manuals and OES policy references as required. Types, sorts and files a variety of materials. Prepares reports/departmental logs. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Terminology and codes used in law enforcement, medical, fire and related emergency radio and telephone communications. County and city road systems, geography and areas of residential and commercial development. English usage, including proper use of vocabulary terms, spelling, grammar and punctuation. Skill and Ability to: Learn radio, telephone, dispatching skills and codes; speak clearly, distinctly and pleasantly; understand and follow written/oral directions; receive and transmit information in a professional manner; deal effectively with those who may be emotionally distraught; transmit information accurately and efficiently both orally and in writing; work calmly and effectively in a variety of situations; establish and main effective working relationships with others; learn law enforcement procedures and terms quickly. Successfully complete series of POST courses related to job requirements; and deal effectively and courteously with the general public. Assess and prioritize to determine appropriate response levels for law enforcement, medical, fire and other emergency situations. Operate a variety of communications equipment, including radio consoles, telephones and computer systems. Apply departmental and other procedures and policies to dispatching situations. Attend to multiple activities and sources of input simultaneously. Obtain information from individuals in emergency situations, including those who are emotionally distraught, angry, or difficult to understand. Remain calm and make rapid and sound independent judgment in stressful emergency situations. Communicate tactfully and effectively with the public, public safety personnel and others, including clear enunciation. Training and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school and one (1) year of responsible experience dealing with the general public. Special Requirements Possession of a valid California driver's license. Willingness and availability to work variable shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Successfully attend and complete courses of instruction as required by departmental policies, inclusive of 120 hours of Basic Dispatching and 40 hours Emergency Medical Dispatch training. For more information on how to become a 9-1-1 Dispatcher please visit: Public Safety Dispatcher Information Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month.
CALAVERAS COUNTY, CA San Andreas, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
Position Description THIS RECRUITMENT IS FOR A FULLY COMPETENT DISPATCHER CLERK WHO POSSESSES A VALID P.O.S.T. BASIC DISPATCHER CERTIFICATE OR HAS EXPERIENCE WORKING AS A DISPATCHER IN A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. Under general supervision, to receive and transmit radio and telephone communications in the Sheriffs Department via the County's 911 dispatch center; receive/process all emergency calls within the county; dispatch law enforcement and non-fire personnel and equipment as needed; perform a variety of clerical/stenographic duties; and does related work as required. Example of Duties Receive emergency calls from the public requesting sheriff, police, fire, medical, or other emergency service. Determine nature and location of emergency. Determine priorities and dispatch sheriff, police, ambulance or other emergency units as necessary and in accordance with established procedures including utilization of EMD to give pre-arrival instructions on medical calls including CPR and basic first aid. Receive and process 9-I-I emergency calls. Maintain contact with all units on assignment; monitor status and location of sheriff, police, and ambulance units; answer non-emergency calls for assistance; enter, update and retrieve information from a variety of computer systems. Receive requests for information regarding vehicular registration, driving records, and warrant information, and provide pertinent data. Monitor and assist numerous other departments within the county including District Attorney's Office, Probation Department, Road Department, Child Protective Services, Park Rangers, and Animal Control. Runs law enforcement communications equipment, including NCIC computer. Assigns case numbers and maintains daily logs; maintains various files. Checks files for required information. Appears in court as witness for departmental actions related to dispatch/responder matters. Maintains records for emergency disaster plans, updating manuals and OES policy references as required. Types, sorts and files a variety of materials. Prepares reports/departmental logs. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Terminology and codes used in law enforcement, medical, fire and related emergency radio and telephone communications. County and city road systems, geography and areas of residential and commercial development. English usage, including proper use of vocabulary terms, spelling, grammar and punctuation. Skill and Ability to: Learn radio, telephone, dispatching skills and codes; speak clearly, distinctly and pleasantly; understand and follow written/oral directions; receive and transmit information in a professional manner; deal effectively with those who may be emotionally distraught; transmit information accurately and efficiently both orally and in writing; work calmly and effectively in a variety of situations; establish and main effective working relationships with others; learn law enforcement procedures and terms quickly. Successfully complete series of POST courses related to job requirements; and deal effectively and courteously with the general public. Assess and prioritize to determine appropriate response levels for law enforcement, medical, fire and other emergency situations. Operate a variety of communications equipment, including radio consoles, telephones and computer systems. Apply departmental and other procedures and policies to dispatching situations. Attend to multiple activities and sources of input simultaneously. Obtain information from individuals in emergency situations, including those who are emotionally distraught, angry, or difficult to understand. Remain calm and make rapid and sound independent judgment in stressful emergency situations. Communicate tactfully and effectively with the public, public safety personnel and others, including clear enunciation. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Equivalent to graduation from high school and one (1) year of responsible experience dealing with the general public. Special Requirements Possession of a valid California driver's license. Willingness and availability to work variable shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Successfully attend and complete courses of instruction as required by departmental policies. Possession of 120 hours of Basic Dispatching and 40 hours Emergency Medical Dispatch training OR experience as a law enforcement dispatcher with the ability to obtain the required certificates within one year. Bargaining Unit 10 - Calaveras County Public Service Employees Association For available Health/Dental/Vision insurance please visit the County BENEFITS WEBPAGE. Please note that Extra-hire positions that are benefitted, are only offered our CORE medical plan and are not offered dental or vision. NEW * Assist-To-Own program to help Couny employees purchase a home. Program Highlights: Down Payment Assistance, up to 5.5% of the Total Mortgage Loan. Available with purchase of a primary residence. Variety of Mortgage Loan options (FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional Mortgage Loans). No first-time homebuyer requirement to qualify. Flexible guidelines: Minimum FICO 640; Maximum DTI 50%. Flexible income limits, up to moderate income levels; no income limits for FHA and VA. For more information, vists Calaveras County Assist-to-Own Uniform Allowance: $650.04 per calendar year for specific positionssplit into monthly payments.Payments will be made monthly on the second pay check. Qualifying Classifications : Crime Scene Specialist/Property Room Manager, Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III, Correctional Cook I/II, Correctional Technician, Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant, Dispatcher Clerk, Sr. Dispatcher, and Animal Control Officer I/II/III. The County shall pay a two hundred dollar and four cent ($200.04) per calendar year uniform maintenance allowance to Animal Shelter Assistant. Uniform Allowance(Shirt): $200.04 per calendar year split into monthly payments. Qualifying Classifications : Animal Shelter Assistant Professional Time Off : 80 hours annually, prorated to 40 hours if hired after July 1st. Qualifying Classifications : Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV Extra-Hire: Extra-hire employees are not eligible for step advances, vacation, seniority rights, holiday pay or other certain employee benefits. They are entitled to 24 hours of sick leave per year and eligilbe for the county's CORE Medical plan but not eligible for dental or vision insurance. Vacation days: 0 - 3 complete years = 80 hours per year. After 6 months you can take your first week. 3 - 10 complete years = 120 hours per year 10 years+ = 160 per year Holidays :13 paid holidays per year. Life Insurance: $50,000.00 County paid Sick Leave: 12 days annual sick leave accrual with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave is accrued at 3.69 hours for each full 80 hours of payroll period. 60 hours of sick leave can be used for immediate family, parent spouse, child or sibling. Merit: After successfully completing twenty-six (26) pay periods, a 5% merit increase may be granted.Merit increases may be granted annually thereafter to the top step. Probation Period: New employees remain in a probationary status for 26 pay periods. Longevity Incentives @ 2.5% for each of the following: 5.5 years (if hired before March 28, 2005) 6 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years Bi-Lingual pay :$50 per month for specific approved job classifications. Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Medical Reimbursement - Max contribution of $2,500 annually Flexible Spending: Pre-Tax Dependent Care Account - Max contribution of $5,000 annually Section 125 Plan :Additional insurance is available through the Section 125 plan and may be purchased from arepresentative during open enrollment or by appointment when they are on-site. AFLAC Heart & Stroke Insurance Cancer Insurance Accident Insurance Universal Life Insurance Short Term Disability Insurance LEGALSHEILD CALPERS RETIREMENT INFORMATION: CalPERS: CLASSIC MEMBERS: 2% at 55 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2% at 62 Extra-Hire's will be enrolled into Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) unless you are already a member of CalPERS. ??????? SAFETY CalPERS: for Correctional Officer, Correctional Corporal, Correctional Sergeant and Deputy Probation Officer I/II/III. CLASSIC MEMBERS: 3% at 50 PEPRA MEMBERS: 2.7% at 57 Additional Retirement Plan: The County offers a 457(b) Government plan. Employees can contribute to this deferred compensation plan ( Pre-Tax ).The County currently utilizes VALIC. Participating employees will receive a County paid match of up to $50 a month.