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Stanislaus County is a great community with beautiful parks, great education, outstanding healthcare, and a variety of cultural and sporting events. Our community features music, art, festivals, golf, river rafting, boating, & much more. Our motto at the County is "Striving to be the Best" and that is a vision we hope you will share with us.

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Vibrant and Affordable Community: Stanislaus County offers an energetic community for you to call home at prices that we can all afford. It is a wonderful place to start and raise a family while also offering entertainment opportunities of all kinds. Visit (Live & Play) to find out more.

Civic Impact: Every member of the Stanislaus County Team makes a meaningful contribution to the community each day they come to work. For us, active citizenship in promoting the health, safety, welfare, and economic vitality of our community isn’t just an opportunity, it’s a responsibility.

Diverse and Connected Workforce: We are proud of the diverse heritages of our County’s Citizens and its reflection in our workforce. By bringing various viewpoints and expertise together in the spirt of fairness and respect, we make our team stronger. We believe that every position is crucial and interconnected, and that the triumphs of the individual are the successes of us all.

Training and Development: Come to the place where the best go to get better! Stanislaus County is a Learning Organization, committed to promoting the continuous development and advancement of its team. We offer a wide range of career paths for you to take on your professional journey and the developmental tools help get you where you want to go.

   

   

 

30 job(s) at Stanislaus County

Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 20, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity T HE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong background in facilities maintenance, is an experienced professional who has an exceptional work ethic, demonstrates strong interpersonal skills, and possesses broad experience in providing excellent customer service. This individual will be an excellent communicator, will communicate with representatives from the County's 27 departments, will thrive in an environment focused on innovation, and will meet the needs of the operating departments by delivering excellent customer service. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to resolve difficult situations using diplomacy and tact. To learn more about the General Services Agency, click here . THE POSITION The Maintenance Engineer I is the entry-level classification in the Maintenance Engineer series. This individual performs and/or assists in the performance of semi-skilled or skilled work in the operation, maintenance, repair, remodel and minor construction of County buildings, structures and equipment. This position is subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday, shift assignments and custodial facility assignments, and must respond to emergencies as needed. Performs related duties as assigned. The Maintenance Engineer II is the full working level classification performing more difficult assignments with a greater degree of proficiency and requiring less supervision than the Level I. This individual performs and/or assists in the performance of semi-skilled or skilled work in the operation, maintenance, repair, remodel and minor construction of County buildings, structures and equipment. This position is subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday, shift assignments and custodial facility assignments, and must respond to emergencies as needed. Performs related duties as assigned. This position is subject to participation in an after hours on-call rotation (this work is additionally compensated). This position is subject to a full background check by the District Attorney. Working for local government allows you to make a difference in your community and receive great incentives and benefits! Work-Life Balance - Employees receive two weeks paid vacation and 96 hours of sick leave their first year. Benefits - The County offers a comprehensive benefits package. Click here to learn more. Additional Pays - Employees in this classification are eligible for an additional 3% Skills Pay (subject to review and approval) and a 10% Facilities Pay when performing work in a locked facility. Allowances - The County provides employees in this classification a work truck to travel while on County business, has a shoe reimbursement procedure and purchases employees' tools needed for the job. On-Call Compensation - Employees are compensated $406.00 per week during their on-call rotation. Any work that requires the employee to physically return to work is additionally compensated at time-and-one-half for time worked. Opportunities for Advancement - The County offers excellent training and development opportunities. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Craft/Maintenance/Institutional bargaining unit for labor and relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Inspect buildings, structures, and equipment to ascertain need for repair and maintenance work; Operate and maintain high and low pressure boilers and related equipment; Inspect, troubleshoot, maintain, repair and perform preventive maintenance to electrical systems, HVAC systems, refrigeration units and other related equipment, and is responsible for their safe operation; Maintain records to include daily log readings, mechanical histories and preventive maintenance logs and advise supervisor of boiler, machinery and equipment operation, maintenance and repair; Prepare cost estimates for minor construction, maintenance and repair projects; Monitor and record energy consumption and make recommendations for energy conservation; Perform semi-skilled or skilled maintenance and repair work involving one or more of the required trades; Skillfully use and maintain hand and power tools of a variety of building trades; Read, interpret and work from sketches, drawings and blueprints; Follow oral and written instructions; Understand basic building codes; Perform heavy physical labor, including lifting 50 pounds or more on some assignments and working in cramped, confined surroundings or on ladders and scaffolding; and Train subordinate personnel as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Maintenance Engineer I Perform semi-skilled or skilled maintenance and repair work involving one or more required trades; Skillfully use and maintain hand and power tools of a variety of building trades; Read interpret and work from sketches, drawings and blueprints; Follow oral and written instructions; Understand basic building codes; Perform heavy physical labor, including lifting 50 pounds or more on some assignments and working in cramped, confined surroundings or on ladders and scaffolding; Lift, bend, stoop, walk on uneven terrain, run and reach overhead; Push, pull, squat, twist and turn; Work outdoors in the heat, cold and dust, with glare from the sun; Work around mists, fumes, vibrations and chemicals; Keep records and make simple reports; Perform prescribed tasks within assigned time frames; and Work efficiently and calmly in emergency situations. Maintenance Engineer II Demonstrated ability of all Maintenance Engineer I requirements plus: Independently perform skilled repair work, involving one or more of the required trades; Make accurate labor and material estimates; and Troubleshoot problems and repair as needed. KNOWLEDGE Maintenance Engineer I Techniques, tools and equipment used in one or more of the following trades: painting (architectural) carpentry, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, welding, operate boiler and boiler room equipment; Basic computer operations; Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in cleaning and keeping equipment in good operational condition; and Basic math sufficient to make measurements. Maintenance Engineer II Demonstrated knowledge of all Maintenance Engineer I requirements plus: Principles and methods of firing and operating boilers and related boiler room equipment; Occupational hazards and safety precautions of the building and mechanical trades; Basic computer operations; and At least one (1) or more of the following codes: National Electrical Code, the Uniform Building Code, and/or the Uniform Mechanical Code. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE Maintenance Engineer I PATTERN I Two (2) years of experience in a related building, institutional, or plant maintenance trade. PATTERN II A combination of one (1) year of building maintenance, vocational coursework or training; AND One (1) year of experience in a related building, institutional or plant maintenance trade. Maintenance Engineer II PATTERN I Three (3) years of journey level experience in one (1) or more of the following building, institutional, or plant maintenance areas: carpentry, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, locksmith, boiler operation and maintenance. PATTERN II A minimum of one (1) year of experience working as a Stanislaus County Maintenance Engineer I. Maintenance Engineer I is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination. Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: MARCH 18, 2022 Oral Examination: QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE INVITED TO INTERVIEW AS APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 3/18/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA HSA - 917 Oakdale Rd #C, California, United States
Jan 20, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate is a flexible team player able to adapt quickly to change. The person in this role should be comfortable with developing, analyzing and disseminating data from various sources in a clear and understandable way. They need to fully understand the equity focus of public health and be committed to advancing health and racial equity, Proficiency in technical writing, presenting scientific data and facilitating trainings is highly desired. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here. THE POSITION - PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 DOC The Epidemiologist II position will work in the Stanislaus County's Health Services Agency, Public Health Department and report to the Senior Epidemiologist for professional oversight and direction. Under general direction of the Senior Epidemiologist, the Epidemiologist II will be a part of the core Community, Assessment, Planning and Evaluation team (CAPE). The candidate should have experience using SAS or R software and communicating information using data visualization software (e.g., Power BI) and written reports. The Epidemiologist II will develop and evaluate disease surveillance systems in a public health or health care setting and use mapping tools to communicate population characteristics of geographical regions. THE POSITION - CHRONIC DISEASE The Epidemiologist positions within Community Assessment, Planning and Evaluation will report to the Chief Epidemiologist/Manager III and will work under general direction to plan, coordinate, direct and perform a variety of specialized technical services. This position will focus on chronic disease, health promotion, injury prevention, maternal child adolescent health and program evaluation. The Epidemiologist II will be involved with data collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination; report writing and presentations; writing of grant applications; training and supervising staff and interns; and other duties as assigned. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Acquire, assess, process, ingest, manage, and analyze structured and unstructured data from a wide range of sources for improved decision making, rapidly conceptualizing and responding to health and development data requests; Provide reproducible data science techniques and technical expertise to promote data-informed decision-making; Collaborate with subject matter experts to select the relevant sources of information; Analyze large, complex, relational, multi-dimensional and related datasets with a variety of tools; Develop dashboards and other visual data discovery tools to portray information in a meaningful and understandable format; Serve as a technical expert in the formulation and management of data and analytics requirements, policies, procedures, and tools to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of quality data; Develop approaches to validate findings or data; Work to solve analytics problems and discover patterns; Formulate and implement new statistical or other mathematical methodologies as needed for specific models or analysis; Evaluate available models and selects most relevant for application; builds data analytical tools to leverage advanced algorithms and perform comprehensive analyses; Define the validity of the information, how long the information is meaningful, and if it is related to other information; Analyze patterns in the volume of data supporting the initiative, the type of data (e.g., images, text, clickstream or metering data) and the speed or sudden variations in data collection; Receive Public Record Act requests identifies available and relevant information and compiles information responsive to the request; and Perform other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Identification and use of appropriate statistical analysis and data modeling, including regression; Synthesis, interpretation and presentation of data; Program evaluation methods for public health; Design and validation of surveys and other data instruments; Use of computer technology in epidemiology; Establishment and maintenance of cooperative professional relationships within the agency and with the community, both lay and professional; Detail oriented with the ability to work in teams, meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks and changing priorities; Proficient use of graphics and statistical analysis data management software including SAS, Access, Excel and PowerPoint; Ability to use logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions; Clear and concise written communication, for technical and non-technical audiences; and Engaging oral presentation of complicated concepts tailored to understanding and background of multiple audiences. KNOWLEDGE Methods and formats for preparation of scientific papers, professional presentations, public presentations and grant applications; Public Health principles; Current developments in epidemiology and general medicine, environmental, social, economic, cultural and other issues impacting epidemiology; Applications for the storage, management, manipulation and analysis of large datasets, including GIS Mapping, SPSS and/or SAS; and Excel, Word, PowerPoint; Knowledge of the principles of program planning and evaluation criteria, methods and techniques; Broad knowledge of public health principles and practice; Commitment to centering health and racial equity in executing key responsibilities; and Understanding of health and racial equity and the social conditions associated with health disparities. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE PATTERN I: A Master's degree from an accredited college or university in public health, epidemiology, or a related field, such as statistics or mathematics; AND A minimum of two (2) graduate-level courses in epidemiology or two (2) graduate-level courses in statistics; AND Three (3) years' experience in public health practice and/or applied epidemiology. PATTERN II: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in public health, epidemiology, or a related field, such as statistics or mathematics; AND Five (5) years of experience performing epidemiology or statistical work under the guidance of a senior-level epidemiologist. Proof of education may be required for verification purposes after the eligible list has been established as part of the selection interview process. Proof of education (transcripts and/or degree) may be attached at the time of online application submission, if available. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: CONTINUOUS; we encourage you to apply as soon as possible as this recruitment may close at any time. Oral Examination: Qualified applicants will be invited to interview as applications are received. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 19, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity This recruitment is being conducted to fill a vacancy for the Department of Child Support Services and to establish an eligibility list to fill future full-time and part-time vacancies. THE DEPARTMENT The Stanislaus County Department of Child Support Services (SCDCSS) provides a broad range of support services to its customers including establishment of parentage, establishment of child support orders, enforcement or modification of child support orders, location of absent parents, and collection of support orders. SCDCSS partners with its 154 agency employees, other county, State and Federal government agencies, and numerous community based organizations to provide easily accessed and responsive services. To learn more about the Department of Child Support Services, click here . THE POSITION The Stanislaus County Department of Child Support Services is currently recruiting for a Facilities and Safety Analyst (Staff Services Analyst). Safety Analysts work in a variety of County Departments performing duties related to the County's Illness and Injury Prevention Program, Injury Management Coordinator, employee and customer/client safety, disaster planning and coordination, and training. Under general supervision this position will plan, coordinate, and perform a variety of specialized services in the areas of facilities, safety and training; coordinate maintenance and improvement projects and services, budgeting, cost reporting; coordinate reporting procedures with CEO-Risk Management Division and other safety personnel. They plan and assist in general disaster coordination including participation and coordination of disaster/evacuation drills, disaster/evacuation training and tracking. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Mid-Management/Supervisory bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Interpret federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and policies to ensure compliance in the administration of employment and/or training programs; Develop, implement or conduct safety-training courses as required; Coordinate with departmental safety representatives to identify safety related issues and needs throughout the organization, to evaluate those needs, to consider reasonable and prudent options and to make recommendations; Participate in coordinating the Department's Illness and Injury Prevention Program and other related safety policies; Collect budget data, obtain quotes, and assist in the preparation of safety and disaster budget proposals; Participate in department's ergonomic program; Serve as DCSS's Safety Representative, attend Safety Board and related meetings; Coordinate security and evacuation plans and drills with staff while interfacing with building partners; Maintain appropriate data and compile County Safety Reports as required; Coordinate with General Services and other vendors on work orders for DCSS; Assist with the development of Request for Proposals; Develop procedures for monitoring projects with managers, line staff, and personnel of other departments and agencies; Follow up on complaints or evidence of unsatisfactory maintenance and custodial services; Review incident reports; recommend and conduct follow-up including drafting ban letters; coordinate with County Security and CEO-HR Safety; Develop, establish, implement, track and enter compliance related to safety and disaster using computer control systems; Assist with the review of Cal OSHA and other safety complaints, etc.; and Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITY Facilitate training and other group interactions; Analyze and interpret established safety/disaster regulations, procedures, and guidelines; Instruct and coordinate safety/disaster training courses; Prepare special reports related to safety and budget monitoring; Participate in project planning; Maintain accurate records; Gather appropriate data for funding or monitoring requirements; Manage assignments to completion in a timely manner; Revise existing methods and procedures as needed to meet business needs; Establish and maintain positive working relationships with partners; Perform ergonomic assessments; and Maintain confidential information according to applicable legal standards and Department and County policies. KNOWLEDGE California Code of Regulations, Title 8; Principles of administration and project management Injury and Illness Prevention Programs; On-the-Job Injury processes; Basic principles of classroom instruction; Budgeting process and reporting; Record-keeping techniques, statistical concepts, and methods; and Modern office practice, procedures, and equipment. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Associate degree or completion of sixty (60) college semester units in Health & Safety, Human Resources; Public or Business Administration; OR Minimum of two (2) years of work experience in one of the areas listed below. Facilities management Safety involving California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Illness and Injury Prevention Program or On-the-Job Injury Program in a government setting. (or similar program). Work experience may substitute for the educational requirements on a year for year basis, when the work experience exceeds the minimum standards required for the position and had a direct application to the level and duties of the position applied for. In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree in Public or Business administration or a related field; OR Three (3) years health and safety or facility experience in a large public or private organization. Proof of Education must be scanned and attached to the online application by the final filing date. Applicants who are not able to submit proof of their education by the final filing date must call 209-558-1681 by the final filing date to make other arrangements. If an applicant does not submit proof of their education, or call to make other arrangements, by the final filing date, they will not be eligible to continue in the recruitment process. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: JANUARY 25, 2022 Oral Examination: WEEK OF JANUARY 31, 2022 OR FEBRUARY 7, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627 Closing Date/Time: 1/25/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 19, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity For more information about this position please Click Here for Flyer . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA HSA - 917 Oakdale Rd #C, California, United States
Jan 15, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Health Services Agency (HSA) is looking for a team member who is passionate about working in Public Health to improve the health of our community. The ideal candidate is energetic, team oriented, a strong collaborator, and innovative. Strong candidates will possess experience engaging communities in work around health equity an policy and systems change. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here . ABOUT THE POSITION The Health Educator functions in a lead role, under general supervision, and may supervise and/or mentor Community Health Workers, volunteers, and students, as needed. POSITIONS WITHIN THE HEALTH PROMOTIONS SECTION The Health Educator position is within the Community Wellness and Prevention section which includes Health Promotion and, the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. Within Health Promotion, there are multiple programs including Tobacco Prevention, Obesity Prevention, and Injury Prevention. The current recruitment would fill two Health Educator openings in Health Promotion. The positions will work across one or more of those programs. The Tobacco Prevention Program is funded by Proposition 99 and Proposition 56 with a goal of ending the tobacco epidemic for all populations by limiting tobacco promoting influences, reducing exposure to secondhand smoke, tobacco smoke residue, tobacco waste and other tobacco products, reducing the availability of tobacco and promoting tobacco cessation. Program priority areas include outdoor smoking restrictions, reducing access to flavored tobacco products, and developing a comprehensive referral program through community engagement, training and advocacy. The Obesity Prevention program is federally funded by the United States Department of Agriculture through the California Department of Public Health. CalFresh Healthy Living is a statewide movement of local, state and national partners collectively working toward improving the health status of low-income Californians through increased fruit and vegetable consumption and daily physical activity. Program activities include increasing accessing to healthy foods via school meals, local food sourcing, and food pantries and increasing physical activity at community parks and Safe Routes to School. The Injury Prevention Program is funded by the Office of Traffic Safety and includes both child passenger safety and bike and pedestrian safety. The program aims to prevent injuries and deaths by improving access to and increasing the proper use of safety equipment (car seats and bike helmets) while also reducing unsafe behaviors through community education and public safety campaigns. POSITION WITHIN THE PUBLIC HEALTH COVID-19 DOC SECTION This position will be part of the Community Outreach and Engagement (COE) unit. This team works with individuals, community-based organizations, businesses, schools, and the broader community related to COVID-19 prevention and mitigation strategies such as promotion of vaccine clinics and testing locations. Under the direction of the COE Lead, Health Educators develop community-facing messages and materials, create and facilitate presentations, and conduct individual and group outreach. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community and Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt / under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Plan, coordinate, and implement meetings, conferences, workshops and seminars and may attend similar outside activities as an agency representative; Engage community members and local agency partners in planning and coalition development; Supervise the preparation of reports, pamphlets, instructional aids and related materials; gather data, and prepare reports and correspondence; Formulate specific health education program objectives from broad program goals, assess education and training needs through formal and informal means, and design programs and information to achieve the objectives; Develop or oversee the acquisition of health education pamphlets, books, reference and audio-visual materials; and, within budget constraints, review and assess materials making changes, additions or deletions as necessary; Plan individual health education programs and teach and counsel clients and families about improvement of health habits, health maintenance, care of medical problems and rehabilitation; Refer clients to appropriate personnel and community services, such as Mental Health, Public Health, Social Services, specialty clinics, etc.; Develop health education and teaching program evaluation tools, and coordinate and maintain educational programs' evaluation records and grant documentation as required by regulatory agencies; Coordinate and organize staff development activities including the presentation of onsite technical and professional programs offered by public schools, universities and other education organizations; Establish cooperative relationships with and serve as a consultant or liaison to County-wide public and private agencies, community organizations and professional groups for the purpose of coordinating programs, identifying health education problems and need, problem solving and patient referral; and Analyze for health education purposes county statistical public health information and demographic data and designs and conduct special studies and surveys on health attitudes, knowledge, behaviors and practices of local businesses and community groups. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Develop curriculum on various health topics; Provide education to community and professional staff; Interpret program goals, formulate objectives and initiate projects; Communicate effectively both verbally and by writing clear concise reports; Design, effectively use and evaluate health education methods and materials; Collect and analyze data; Evaluate programs; provide and conduct community needs assessments and mobilize communities for action; Network and build alliances with community organizations; and Supervise staff and volunteers. KNOWLEDGE Health promotion principles, methods, learning theories and techniques; Research methodology, statistical concepts, collection and analysis of data; Health education philosophy process and administration; Preventive medicine and epidemiology; Emerging trends and health problems as related to various community target groups and methods of intervention and control; Methods of preparing, disseminating and evaluating education information to the public; Standard community resources of health education and services; Budgeting principles; and Basic computer operation and applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Internet Explorer. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE PATTERN I Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Public Health, Health Education, Community Health or a directly related field; AND One (1) year experience planning and implementing a health education program in a health care or community setting. PATTERN II Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Masters' degree in Public Health (MPH). DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Two (2) years' experience planning and implementing a health education program in a health care or community setting. Proof of education may be required for verification purposes after the eligible list has been established as part of the selection interview process. Proof of education (transcripts and/or degree) may be attached at the time of online application submission, if available. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: January 28, 2022 Oral Examination: Week of February 21, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 1/28/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Stanislaus County, California, United States
Jan 15, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THIS RECRUITMENT WILL CLOSE AFTER 100 APPLICATIONS ARE COLLECTED. PLEASE APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO BE CONSIDERED. IDEAL CANDIDATE Stanislaus County is looking for enthusiastic professionals to join our team. The Account Clerk II classification can be found throughout our 27 departments. To learn more about the departments in Stanislaus County, click here . THE POSITION The Account Clerk II is the journey level classification in this series. Assignments frequently overlap those given general clerical classifications; however, they are distinguished by the degree of mathematical, record keeping, bookkeeping and clerical accounting duties assigned. This position exists in various County departments and is subject to overtime, standby, holiday, shift, and callback assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Office Worker/Clerical Bargaining Unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Gather, assemble, tabulate, proof, extend, balance, summarize and post various data; Maintain journals and control records; Balance and bill accounts; Prepare and audit invoices, purchase orders and claims; Compile routine statistical and financial reports; As assigned, assist in payroll preparation; Act as a cashier, handling money, making change, providing receipts and tabulating totals daily; and Perform a limited amount of typing, answering phones and assisting the public. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Perform basic mathematical computations; Operate various office machines (i.e., computer, fax, copy, microfiche, ten key); Deal with the public in a tactful and courteous manner; Follow oral and written instructions; and Type at a reasonable rate of speed. KNOWLEDGE Current office practices and procedures; Principles and methods of financial and statistical clerical work; and Alphabetic and numeric filing procedures. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Equivalent to one (1) year of full-time general clerical experience involving computations, financial or statistical record keeping or reporting. NOTE: Relevant college education or business school training may be used to substitute for up to six months of the required experience. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m.. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consist of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: January 28, 2022 Written Examination: Tentatively week of February 7, 2022 Oral Examination: Tentatively week of February 21, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County Departments. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 1/28/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA CEO - Fire Warden - 3705 Oakdale Road, California, United States
Jan 12, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE POSITIONS Fire Prevention Specialist III Trainee This is a training level position for the Fire Prevention Specialist III position. The Fire Prevention Specialist III Trainee will receive training on reviewing building plans for fire and life safety requirements, the processing of building and fire suppression plans, local fire district ordinances, and fire district NFPA 1142 water requirements. The Fire Prevention Specialist trainee will also receive training on the expectations for predevelopment meetings and Environmental Review Committee meetings. Incumbents at this level will receive necessary training and supervision. Note: Fire Prevention Specialist III Trainees will earn 15% less than the first step of the Fire Prevention Specialist III series. ABOUT THE TRAINEE DESIGNATION Trainees are part of the unclassified service of the County; All trainees will be appointed to the first step of the salary range for the appropriate position, and will be compensated 15% below the range established for the Fire Prevention Specialist III classification involved; Trainee appointments are not to last longer than one year. However, appointments are extendible to a maximum of two years in cases where minimum qualifications are involved; and Upon completion of the training period and the acquisition of minimum qualifications, the individual may be upgraded to a probationary appointment at step 1 of the Fire Prevention Specialist III salary range. (An approximate 15% increase in salary). Fire Prevention Specialist III The Fire Prevention Specialist III is the leadership position in this series. This classification performs a variety of duties in support of fire prevention and education. Inspects residential, commercial, and industrial buildings in a thorough manner and accurately detects fire hazards and deviations from fire codes and standards. Records accurately the findings of the inspection, the corrections needed, and issues orders to comply to achieve compliance with the codes. Conducts annual license inspections of hospitals, rest homes, day care homes, pre-schools, and mental care institutions, assuring compliance of these buildings with their intended use and with Title 19 of the State Administrative Code. Performs routine code enforcement activities related to local and State fire and life safety codes. Level III is distinguished from Level II by the increased level of responsibility that includes an in-depth knowledge of Hazardous Materials, Plan Review and the successful completion of advanced training. This individual may supervise Fire Prevention Specialists I and II and acts for the Fire Marshal in his/her absence when approved by the Fire Warden or Designee. This position is subject to overtime, standby, and callback assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. To learn more about the department, click here . Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Technical Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months for a total of eighteen months. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Inspect a variety of structures and facilities ensuring compliance with all State and local fire codes including new construction, remodels, hospitals, schools, day care centers and hazardous occupancies; Assure corrections are made to violations of the fire codes and standards in a timely manner, and minimum fire safety practices are put into effect; Issue code violations, confer with and recommend action to the Fire Marshal if corrections are not made; Prepare and keep accurate logs, reports, and records regarding fire inspections, violation notices, and other related data which are legible, complete, up-to-date, and descriptive of problems encountered and how resolved; Establish rapport with the community by providing useful and helpful information to building owners and others regarding fire codes and standards, and ensures that questions and concerns are effectively resolved; Maintain a current knowledge of fire education goals and service objectives and the fire problems within the community and tailors the education program to these problems by delivering lectures and demonstrations, on fire safety, prevention, and inspection; Utilize resources in the community to help in fire prevention and makes citizens and the business community aware of their fire prevention responsibilities; Assure the timely abatement of weeds by property owners, enforcing compliance with the weed abatement provisions of the local ordinances and the State Health and Safety Code; Inspect properties on a regular basis, responds to complaints, accurately records the findings of those inspections, and issues orders to comply to obtain compliance with the weed abatement provisions of the Health and Safety Code; Assure the proper operation of newly installed sprinkler systems by monitoring pressure tests and flushing the system; Inspect sprinkler systems to assure conformance with NFPA #13 and approved plans; Inspect sprinkler systems annually including all valves and appurtenances as well as testing flow alarms; Perform new construction inspections including underground fire line systems, fire alarm acceptance testing, subdivision improvement inspections, on-site water tanks and final building inspections; Assure the safe installation and utilization of tanks for flammable liquids; Inspect and tests the installation of new tanks and existing tanks and equipment to assure compliance with code requirements; Conduct plan reviews with respect to water and access requirements and calculates water flows for fire suppression requirements; Analyze building construction plans as related to fire protection and safety requirements to assure compliance with applicable fire codes and policies, and identifies needed corrections; Evaluate plans with respect to hazardous materials and assures that deficiencies identified in plans are promptly followed up and corrected; Maintain accurate commentary of errors, omissions, and violations in plans which are up-to-date, legible, complete, and descriptive of problems encountered and how resolved; Understand fire education goals and service objectives and is consistently able to translate them into a meaningful education program; Provide training of fire suppression staff of the fire agencies served by the Fire Prevention Bureau on a regular and frequent basis to enable maintenance of their skill levels in fire inspection; Issue event permits and performs required inspections; Instructs staff on the right methods to conduct fire inspections using training techniques that effectively convey the skills to be learned as well as maintain the interest of fire suppression staff. Assist and supports emergency preparedness and response programs; and Assist with emergency planning and emergency operations center functions during emergencies and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activation; Attend all pre-development, pre-application, CEQA, Environmental Impact Review and Environmental Review Committee meetings; and Inspect plan check fire suppression systems and fire alarm systems. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILL/ABILITIES Operate effectively without constant supervision; Analyze events and make sound judgments; Make decisions and judgments quickly and logically; Interpret and enforce regulations objectively and fairly; Work effectively with the public; Demonstrate tact, diplomacy and interpersonal skills; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Follow oral and written directions; Recognize, appraise, and correct fire hazards and potential life-safety hazards; Read plans; and Advise on fire prevention systems and plans. KNOWLEDGE Relevant laws, ordinances and codes related to fire prevention and protection; Basic building structural construction; Inspection techniques and technical report writing; Hazardous materials such as flammable liquids; Burning characteristics of combustibles; and Hazardous materials such as exotic combustibles. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: FIRE PREVENTION SPECIALIST III TRAINEE Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent; AND Successful completion of the California State Fire Marshal's Fire Inspector 2A and 2B or Fire Prevention 2A and 2B within Twenty (24) months; AND Two (2) years full-time paid experience in the fire service or Building Department; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. FIRE PREVENTION SPECIALIST III Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent; AND Successful completion of the California State Fire Marshal's Fire Inspector 2A and 2B or Fire Prevention 2A and 2B; AND Two (2) years full-time paid experience in the fire service or Building Department; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License. Proof of certificates are required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-567-4412 to make other arrangements before 5 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. LICENSE Applicants must possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and remain free from repeated preventable accidents. In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "duties" section of the online application. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Two years of progressively responsible work experience performing fire prevention inspections, plan checks and code enforcement activities similar to the County's Fire Prevention Specialist II; OR Successful completion of California Fire Service Training Education System Fire Prevention 1A, 1B and 1C OR Fire Inspector 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1D; OR Successful completion of the California State Fire Marshal's Fire Inspector 2A and 2B or Fire Prevention 2A and 2B. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: January 25, 2022 Oral Examination: TBA Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 1/25/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 12, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Department of Child Support Services is looking for a licensed attorney with some level of Child Support or Family Law experience to fill the full-time Child Support Attorney vacancy. The ideal candidate will have a strong passion for public service and working directly with the public, possess strong people skills and the ability to effectively communicate with both customers and staff. Candidates may be considered for appointment to any level in the classification series based on their level of experience and ability. We are seeking professionals with excellent analytical and oral advocacy skills with a desire to serve the families of Stanislaus County. To learn more about the Department of Child Support Services, click here . ABOUT THE POSITIONS ATTORNEY I TRAINEE This is a training level in the Attorney series. Incumbents will perform professional case management duties in the less complicated areas of law and motion work. Incumbents will perform case work that requires basic legal knowledge within the areas of civil procedure, jurisdictional reviews and child support guideline calculations. Case work will require a basic level of knowledge of pleading practices and legal processes. Incumbents at this level will receive necessary training and supervision. Note: Attorney I Trainees will earn 15% less than the first step of the Attorney I series. ABOUT THE TRAINEE DESIGNATION Trainees are part of the unclassified service of the County; All trainees will be appointed to the first step of the salary range for the appropriate position, and will be compensated 15% below the range established for the Attorney I classification involved; Trainee appointments are not to last longer than one year. However, appointments are able to be extended up to a maximum of two years in cases where minimum qualifications are involved; and Upon completion of the training period and the acquisition of minimum qualifications, the individual may be upgraded to a probationary appointment at step 1 of the Attorney I salary range. (An approximate 15% increase in salary). ATTORNEY I-V The Attorney I-V positions work under the general direction of the Chief Attorney. The Attorneys work very closely with a dedicated team of Child Support Officers and clerical support staff in a fast-paced family law environment. Depending on training needs, those accepting employment may receive training prior to appearing in court. The level of responsibility is dictated by the experience and training of the incumbent. Also, training programs are presented routinely to increase the proficiency of the legal staff. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Attorney's bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks CIVIL RELATED DUTIES ATTORNEY I TRAINEE Conduct Jurisdictional reviews to determine if filing of legal action is appropriate: Conduct Child Support Guideline reviews - reviewing income documentation and running guideline support calculations; If proper certification is obtained- can appear with a supervisory senior attorney in court on uncontested cases for hearing; Handle very basic case management questions; Draft Points and Authorities and legal briefs, conduct legal research and prepare internal legal memorandum on issues of family law, parentage and support; and Trainee's main focus will be on learning the governmental child support systems and processes including navigating the CSE computer applications as well as others. CIVIL RELATED DUTIES ATTORNEY II All those listed in Level I plus: Apply code sections under Family Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Civil Code, and the Evidence Code; Review new cases for In Rem, Subject Matter, and In Persona jurisdiction; Review Summons and Complaints for correctness of all data and allegations; Draft stipulations and orders for genetic testing, or file the proper motion for testing; Obtain Judgments of Paternity in accordance with federally mandated time frames; Determine guideline child support, or modification of child support, using parties' wages, tax status, timeshare, and health costs; and Obtain judgments of child support and past-due support under the applicable law, using the State-wide computer-assisted algebraic formula. ATTORNEY III All those listed in Level I and II plus: Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA) statutes, and observe the concept of Continuing Exclusive Jurisdiction where applicable; Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge of issues surrounding Long-Arm jurisdiction and minimum contact requirements, and instruct other Attorneys and Child Support Officers when needed; Prepare, file and litigate actions such as Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and motions to set aside judgments; Initiate Guardian Ad Litem motions when the defendant is a minor; Identify relevant issues contained in Community Services Agency records and questionnaires for use in initiating legal actions; Assist staff in determining retroactivity of orders, and statutory time limits for past due support; Monitor genetic testing to ensure compliance with court orders and file the appropriate motions as may be necessary to resolve the issue of paternity; Subpoena and examine genetic test experts and custodial parents, and submit other evidence as may be required to establish paternity; Evaluate criteria for modification of child support orders as prescribed by statute or policy; Subpoena and present evidence, and offers of proof, to establish or modify support; Interpret federal tax returns, EDD records, declarations, pay records, leave and earnings statements, bank statements, Social Security records, and medical records; Provide verbal directions to staff for the proper handling of cases and processing of orders; Use a variety of computer systems to obtain and disseminate information to staff and to determine guideline support; Demonstrate an understanding of how to characterize and treat disability income, Schedule "A" deductions, unemployment income and Workers' Compensation income, property taxes, and retirement income; Interview non-custodial parents, custodial parents or payees to clarify and narrow issues; Discuss cases with opposing counsel to identify issues before going to hearing; Negotiate settlements; Prepare orders and stipulations; Review files for possible OSC Contempt action against an obligor or his/her employer; Review pleadings and revise as necessary; Review records of payments received during a complaint period and determine how the payments were allocated, i.e. child support, interest, past due support; Advise Citee of his/her rights before hearing and seek resolution; When appropriate, negotiate settlements with the Deputy Public Defender or private counsel; Present evidence and arguments; Make sentencing recommendations; Prepare formal orders after hearing; and Approve or deny executions of suspended sentence. ATTORNEY IV All those listed in Level I, II and III plus: Prepare the more difficult and complex cases and motions in IV-D related cases and be able to argue these cases in State and Federal Courts; Direct the execution or withdrawal of liens against real property, qualified domestic orders for support and civil lawsuits; Direct the execution or withdrawal of writs against bank accounts; Petition the Probate Court for enforcement of child support and appear in court to litigate the distribution of a decedent's estate; Contact other jurisdictions (counties, states and countries) to determine whether pre-existing orders of judgments exist and respond accordingly; Assist junior attorneys in preparation for trials by reviewing demands for discovery, witness lists and trial strategy; Obtain modifications of child support in highly complex cases where the obligor may be self-employed or that may involve corporate or partnership income; Demonstrate a working knowledge of Chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code as it relates to the establishment and enforcement of support and past-due support; Direct the special handling requirements of bankruptcy cases so as not to violate the Automatic Stay by lifting liens, writs and intercepts and license matching; Review bankruptcy estates to determine how debtors intend to characterize and treat assigned and unassigned past-due support, spousal support and file pleadings in Bankruptcy Court as appropriate; Review and file Proofs of Claims with the Bankruptcy Court; Attend meetings of creditors to obtain financial and personal information about the debtor by oral examination under oath; Appear in Bankruptcy Court to litigate case issues as necessary; Monitor bankruptcy cases for additional litigation as necessary; File liens in Workers' Compensation cases and negotiate settlements when appropriate; and Appear at Workers' Compensation hearings and litigate issues of child support. ATTORNEY V All those listed in Level I, II, III and IV Plus: As a technical expert in a specialized area of family law, advise other Attorneys, Child Support Officers and clerical support staff on precedent, decision and developments in the law; Must have the ability to discuss public policy issues and the ramifications of appealing cases with the Attorney General's Office in light of current law; Analyze proposed legislation and its impact on the Child Support Enforcement program; Recommend changes to format and forms of the Judicial Council; and Ability to identify policy issues and recommend statutory changes in favor of the program and its goals. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES ATTORNEY I TRAINEE AND ATTORNEY I Prepare and present statements of fact, law and arguments clearly and logically in written and oral form; Evaluate facts and evidence; obtain information through examination; Analyze legal problems and apply legal principles and practices; Follow directions; accept and learn from criticism; Communicate effectively; extract information from and coherently provide it to others; Produce research and writing; accurately document actions; Dress professionally; Work with others in a team environment; Maintain the confidence and respect of members of the legal profession, public officials and other persons contacted in the work environment; Public speaking and argument; Write clearly and concisely; Argue clearly and logically; Demonstrated flexibility in approach to legal issues and working with people; "Think on your feet" and ability to explain these thoughts coherently; Basic computer skills to function effectively in automated environment; and Organize multiple tasks. ATTORNEY II Demonstrated skills and ability of Level I qualifications plus : Demonstrate a working knowledge of applicable code sections under W&I Inst., Family Code, Code of Civil Procedure, Civil Code, and the Evidence Code; Review new cases for In Rem, Subject Matter, and In Personam jurisdiction as related to the custodial parent and the child(ren); Employ various methods of enforcing civil money judgments (such as liens, levies, wage assignments, petitions to probate court, etc.); Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of accounting principles which are used pursuant to federal and state regulations; Read and interpret accounting screens on computer system as to specific accounts; Understand and explain accounting screens and accounting concepts to parties and/or their attorneys; Identify potential conflicts with the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act and file the proper motion(s) with the court; Make determinations of case facts, and when applicable, make statutory rape referrals; Review the defendant's Answer for alleged defenses, admissions, and denials, and direct legal actions as warranted; Draft stipulations and orders for genetic testing or file the proper motion for testing; Obtain Judgement of Paternity in accordance with federally mandated time frames; Determine guideline child support or modification of child support using parties' wages, tax status, timeshare, and health costs; Obtain wage and health assignments; Obtain judgments of child support and past-due support under applicable law using the Statewide computer-assisted algebraic formula; Conduct basic judgment debtor examinations, and make oral motion for "Turn-Over" orders; Review pleadings for accuracy and sufficiency; Analyze facts and the law to determine if criminal actions are appropriate; Review charging documents for accuracy; Appear at pre-trial hearings; Review files for discoverable documents pursuant to the confidentiality requirements of W&I Inst. Code and Family Code; Provide on-going direction to support staff; Office computer efficiency; Application of knowledge learned in Level I; Basic legal research and writing; Argument; Organization and handling multiple cases; and Basic computing skills to function effectively in automated environment. ATTORNEY III Demonstrated skills and abilities required of Level I and II qualifications plus: Initiate criminal actions; Analyze difficult and complex legal problems and apply legal principles and practices; Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of URESA (Uniform Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act) and UIFSA (Uniform Interstate Family Support Act) statutes, and observe the concept of Continuing Exclusive Jurisdiction where applicable; Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge of issues surrounding Long-Arm, and Minimum contacts Jurisdiction and instruct other deputies and family support officers when needed; Prepare, file and litigate actions such as Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, and motions to set aside judgements; Initiate Guardian Ad Litem motions when the defendant is a minor; Identify relevant issues contained in Community Services Agency records and questionnaires for use in initiating legal actions; Assist staff in determining retroactivity of orders, and statutory time limits for past due support; Monitor genetic testing to ensure compliance with court orders and file the appropriate motions as may be necessary to resolve the issue of paternity; Subpoena and examine genetic test experts and custodial parents, and submit other evidence as may be required to establish paternity; Evaluate criteria for modification of child support orders as prescribed by statute or policy; Subpoena and present evidence, offers of proof, and establish or modify support; Interpret federal tax returns, EDD records, Declarations, pay records, leave and earnings statements, bank statements, Social Security records, and medical records; Provide verbal directions to staff for the proper handling of cases and processing of orders; Use a variety of computer systems to obtain and disseminate information to staff and to determine guideline support; Demonstrate an understanding of how to characterize and treat disability income, Schedule "A" deductions, unemployment income and workers' compensation income, property taxes, and retirement income; Interview non-custodial parents, custodial parents or payees to clarify and narrow issues; Discuss cases with opposing counsel to identify issues before going to hearing; Negotiate settlements; Prepare orders and stipulations; Review files for possible OSC Contempt actions against an obligor or his/her employer; Review pleadings and revise as necessary; Review records of payments received during a complaint period and determine how the payments were allocated, i.e. child support, interest, past due support; Advise citee of his/her rights before hearing and seek resolution; When appropriate, negotiate settlements with the deputy public defender or private counsel; Present evidence and arguments; Make sentencing recommendations; Prepare formal orders after hearing; and Approve or deny executions of suspended sentence. ATTORNEY IV Demonstrated skills and ability of Level I, II, and III qualifications plus: Initiate and prosecute criminal actions; Prepare the more difficult and complex cases and motions in IV-D related cases and be able to argue these cases in State and Federal Courts; Direct the execution or withdrawal of liens against real property, qualified domestic orders for support and civil lawsuits; Direct the execution or withdrawal of writs against bank accounts; Petition the Probate Court for enforcement of child support, and appear in court to litigate the distribution of a decedent's estate; Contact other jurisdictions, (counties, states and countries) to determine whether pre-existing orders of judgments exist and respond accordingly; Assist junior attorneys in preparation for trials by reviewing demands for discovery, witness lists and trial strategy; Obtain modifications of child support in highly complex cases where the obligor may be self-employed or that may involve corporate or partnership income; Demonstrate a working knowledge of Chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code as it relates to the establishment and enforcement of support and past-due support; Direct the special handling requirements of bankruptcy cases so as not to violate the Automatic Stay by lifting liens, writs and intercepts and license matching; Review bankruptcy estates to determine how debtors intend to characterize and treat assigned and unassigned past-due support, spousal support and file pleadings in Bankruptcy Court as appropriate; Review and file Proofs of Claims with the Bankruptcy Court; Attend meetings of creditors to obtain financial and personal information about the debtor by oral examination under oath; Appear in Bankruptcy Court to litigate case issues as necessary; Monitor bankruptcy cases for additional litigation as necessary; File liens in workers' compensation cases and negotiate settlements when appropriate; Appear at workers compensation hearings and litigate issues of child support; Advanced legal research and writing; and Professionally representing the office in public. ATTORNEY V Demonstrated skills and ability of Level I, II, III, and IV requirements plus: Prepare and present statements of fact, law and arguments clearly and logically in written and oral form; As a technical expert in a specialized area of Family/Criminal law, advises other deputies and Child Support Enforcement support staff on precedent, decision and developments in the law; Must have the ability to discuss public policy issues and the ramifications of appealing cases with the Attorney General's Office in light of current law; Analyze proposed legislation and its impact on the Child Support Enforcement program; Recommend changes to format and forms of the Judicial Council; Ability to identify policy issues and recommend statutory changes in favor of the program and its goals; Apply knowledge previously learned in Level I, II III and IV; and Advanced legal research and writing. KNOWLEDGE ATTORNEY I Legal research and writing; Criminal and civil law and procedure; Rules of evidence; Trial principles; Oral argument; Constitutional law; Knowledge of compliance with the Rules of Professional Responsibility; Issuance standards (District Attorney's office only); Charging statutes and language; Sentencing and probation parameters; Office procedures and practices; Rules of Court; and Organization and handling multiple cases ATTORNEY II Demonstrated knowledge of Level I requirement plus: Duties, powers, limitations and authority of the Department of Child Support Services and local Child support Agencies; Legal principles and their application with emphasis on family and collection law; Trial procedures and rules of evidence; Legal research methods; and Child Support Case process. A TTORNEY III/IV/V Demonstrated knowledge of Level II requirement plus: The duties, powers, limitations and authority of the District Attorney's Office; Family Support Case process; and Minimum Child Support requirements. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE ATTORNEY I TRAINEE Applicant must have graduated from an accredited law school and must be eligible to take the California State Bar Exam within 3 months of application. Applicant must attach proof of all completed legal education courses and proof of graduation from law school to be considered ATTORNEY I No experience required. ATTORNEY II One (1) year experience as an Attorney I or equivalent . ATTORNEY III One (1) year experience as an Attorney II or equivalent . ATTORNEY IV One (1) year experience as an Attorney III or equivalent . ATTORNEY V One (1) year experience as an Attorney IV or equivalent. LICENSE All Attorney levels must have passed California State Bar and possess a valid California bar license Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination. Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUI TMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: January 25 , 2022 Oral Examination: Tentatively Week of February 7, 2022 Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: 1/25/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
Stanislaus County, CA Various, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity Are you a college student looking to gain valuable internship experience in your field of study? If so, apply now! A College Student Internship with Stanislaus County can offer a unique, hands-on experience that can complement classroom knowledge and serve as a foundation to launch a successful public service career. Participants can gain real work experience by being responsible for projects in their area of interest while positively impacting the community and residents of the County. THE POSITION With more than 500,000 residents, Stanislaus County is a bustling county rich in diversity and a strong sense of community. As one of the largest employers in the area, over 4,500 employees in more than 27 departments provide vital public services as diverse as law enforcement, property assessment, public health protection, water conservation, cultural activities and many more. College Student Interns assist professional and technical employees in the performance of their duties under close supervision. The College Student Internship is designed to provide on-the-job training and experience while participants obtain their degree. We will help you to gain experience in building employment skills and establishing a professional network while continuing your education. Student Interns can be used throughout the calendar year depending on the needs of the department. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks The College Student Intern's specific tasks vary depending on the Agency/Department to which they are assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Follow oral and written instructions; Demonstrate strong verbal and written communication skills; Accurately perform a wide variety of clerical work of routine to average difficulty; Learn the operation of office equipment related to the job; and Deal with the public in a tactful and courteous manner. KNOWLEDGE Proper usage of grammar and punctuation; Alphabetic and numeric filing methods; Basic mathematics; and Modern office procedures and practices. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE To qualify, you must meet the following requirements: Current full-time enrollment in an accredited educational institution leading to a program certificate, Associate's, Bachelor's, or advanced degree; OR Graduated from an accredited educational institution with a program certificate, Associate's, Bachelor's, or advanced degree in the last twelve (12) months. Applicants must provide one of the following at time of submitting application to be considered: If currently enrolled in an accredited institution, applicants must submit a copy of their full-time enrollment schedule; OR If a recent graduate, applicants must submit transcripts or a copy of their awarded degree. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Degrees in Life Science, Nursing, Physical Science, Public Health or Social Work. Application and Selection Procedures Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Stanislaus County has the right to discontinue accepting applications at any time without notice. Applicants whose qualifications best match the available work assignments may be contacted for an interview by a departmental representative. Applications are reviewed on an "as-needed" basis as departments needs arise. After six (6) months, the application is inactivated, but you may reapply to the program. If additional information is required or your application is accepted into the program you will receive an email. Upon completion of your education College Student Interns are encouraged to apply for positions with the County and become permanent employees. Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Stanislaus County, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE POSITION To learn more about the Sheriff's Department, click here . The Deputy Sheriff performs routine law enforcement and crime prevention duties, serves as Deputy Coroner, and performs other related duties. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments. The following are Specialty Positions/Teams within the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department: Positions Civil Division Contract Cities Coroners Facility Court Services Detectives Special Vehicles Operations unit StanCATT Stanislaus Drug Enforcement Agency Traffic/Motors Teams Aero Squadron Bomb Team Dive Team Honor Guard K-9 Mounted Unit S.W.A.T. This Recruitment is for the following level: Experienced Level - POST Certified (Full time) Lateral Transfer - POST Certified (Full time)* *Stanislaus County Personnel Policy defines lateral transfers as persons with permanent or probationary status employed in another public agency and originally hired in that agency through a competitive process in the same or comparable classification requiring similar minimum qualifications. Additionally, the candidate must be currently employed with another governmental organization at the time of the conditional offer of employment. Lateral Transfer Incentives Vacation Accruals --This incentive may allow for a lateral transfer to start County employment with vacation accrual rates higher than entry level employees. Does not front load any vacation leave time. Provide the ability to recognize that a lateral candidate is earning vacation leave at a higher rate than entry level employees in their current position. May be placed within Stanislaus County's existing vacation accrual schedule closest to their current vacation accrual rate, but they may not exceed the vacation accrual rates they are currently earning. Sick Leave Accruals --This incentive is intended to provide some continuity of sick leave benefits for candidates who are considering transferring employment to Stanislaus County and losing an existing bank of accrued sick leave benefits. May allow for a lateral transfer to front load the equivalent of six months of sick leave accruals (48 hours) at the start of the first pay period following the date of hire. The lateral transfer would not accrue any additional sick leave until six months of service is completed. Probationary Period --This incentive would allow for Department Heads to grant a lateral transfer permanent status upon completion of six months of satisfactory employment with Stanislaus County, as evidenced by a documented performance evaluation. Provision may be used when the candidate has already gained permanent status in the same classification with his/her current employer. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Stanislaus Sworn Deputies Association Bargaining Unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a eighteen-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of twenty four months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). Lateral candidates are highly encouraged to contact StanCERA regarding the specifics on retirement tiers and plans as it may affect current contributions. Contact can be made by calling (209) 525-6393 or http://www.stancera.org/ The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Patrol assigned areas for the protection of life and property; Serve legal papers such as subpoenas, summons, complaints, and writs of attachment, execution and restitution; Collect fees due the County; Serve warrants and makes arrests; Conduct coroner's investigations and secure property; Investigate accidents; Administer first aid; Receive and answer complaints; Prepare reports and keep routine records; Interrogate persons suspected of crimes; Prepare evidence for court presentation; Appear in court as a witness or arresting officer; Transport prisoners; Work in the courts as a Bailiff; Perform identification and photographic work; and Work administrative or special assignments. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Secure information from witnesses and suspects; Write clear and comprehensive reports; Demonstrate physical endurance, agility and strength; Understand written and oral instructions; Make independent decisions while working in the field; Work with and control sensitive, confidential information; and Operate a motor vehicle. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of law enforcement and community regulations; and Criminal law with particular reference to apprehension, arrest, search and seizures. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION PATTERN I--EXPERIENCED LEVEL Have successfully completed (at any time) a California POST certified basic law enforcement academy; AND One (1) year of full time experience as a sworn peace officer with a California law enforcement agency with less than a three (3) year break in service, and be eligible for appointment as a Peace Officer under Section 830.1 PC.; AND Must have your basic POST certificate issued by California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training or other documentation to substantiate your eligibility. PATTERN II--LATERAL TRANSFER Have successfully completed (at any time) a California POST certified basic law enforcement academy; AND Must be currently employed in a California law enforcement agency with at least one (1) year of full time experience as a sworn peace officer with a California law enforcement agency, and be eligible for appointment as a Peace Officer under Section 830.1 PC; AND Must have your basic POST certificate issued by California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training or other documentation to substantiate your eligibility. You must submit a copy of your valid Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate. APPLICATIONS WITHOUT THIS DOCUMENTATION ATTACHED WILL BE REJECTED AS INCOMPLETE. In addition to the above minimum qualifications you must meet the following: Graduation from high school or passage of high school level General Education Development (GED) test; AND Physical/manipulative abilities required by the department; AND Mental/cognitive abilities required by the department; AND Possess a valid First Aid and CPR Certificate within six (6) months from the date of appointment; AND Possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License; AND Not less than 21 years of age at time of appointment. Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 applicants for peace officer positions must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. DEPUTY SHERIFF II Two (2) years of full time experience equivalent to a Stanislaus County Deputy Sheriff I; AND Successful completion of: Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Training 11550 Health and Safety Training or the equivalent approved by the Sheriff's Department Administration Basic Traffic Collision Investigation Training PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Physically perform essential job functions typical of the duties of Deputy Sheriff; Read or see objects under ambient, limited or artificial lighting, and at a reasonable distance with sufficient clarity to permit their recording or accurate description (i.e., persons, vehicles, license numbers, addresses, street signs, items of property, written messages, printed material, etc.); Hear normal speech and other audible events, even in combination with other environmental noise (i.e., gunshots, cries for help, glass breaking, alarm bells ringing, etc.); and Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time; walk, run, jump, kneel, crouch, twist, stoop, squat, crawl and climb; carry the average weight of a person (approximately 165 pounds); take physical charge of a person who may resist arrest; work indoors and outdoors, including extreme heat and cold; tolerate extreme noise and vibrations; work in a confined working space; work with chemicals, explosive materials, and mechanical and electrical hazards. Note: No felony convictions. Must be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of a crime for which the punishment could have been imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary or State prison. Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 applicants for peace officer positions must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. This is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university; OR Five (5) years or more of prior law enforcement experience; OR Prior military experience; OR Be bilingual in English/Spanish. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening: Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Supplemental Questionnaire - Qualifying: All applicants are required to complete and submit the questionnaire for this examination at the time of filing. The supplemental questionnaire is considered part of the application and may be used throughout the examination process to assist in determining each applicant's qualifications and acceptability for the position. ALL APPLICATIONS WITHOUT A COMPLETED SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE WILL BE DISQUALIFIED. Physical Agility: A timed physical agility exam will be administered. The physical agility exam may include, but is not limited to, the following events: 500 yard run, 165 pound body drag, 99 yard agility obstacle course, six foot fence climb and six foot wall climb. Oral Examination: An oral examination will be administered during this recruitment. The oral panel consists of at least three panel members from the Sheriff's Department, community and/or local law enforcement. A minimum score of 70% must be obtained in order to continue in the process. Eligible Lists: Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. As part of the selection process, candidates will be expected to pass a(n): In-depth background investigation including completion and review of a Personal History Statement; Computer Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) or polygraph examination; Psychological examination; and Medical examination. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: THIS IS A CONTINUOUS RECRUITMENT THAT CAN CLOSE AT ANY TIME. Physical Examination: TBD Oral Examination: TBD Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County Departments. Unsatisfactory results in any aspect of the foregoing, including background investigation findings, may result in removal from the eligible list and disqualification from further consideration in the recruitment/hiring process. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE POSITION The Emergency Dispatcher series performs basic dispatching duties at an assigned operating position. This classification is expected to be fully trained and to possess the skills, knowledge and abilities necessary in the operations of the 9-1-1 emergency telephone system and the computer-aided dispatching system. Emergency Dispatch provides twenty-four hours a day, seven-days a week public safety emergency dispatch service, and is the focal point for the 9-1-1 telephone system. Shifts are day, evening and nights, rotating every four months. The 12-hour work schedule consists of working a three-day work period followed by a three-day regular day off period. This position is subject to shift, weekend, overtime, mandate, and on-call assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Emergency Dispatcher I is the entry level classification in this series. Employees shall demonstrate proficiency handling incoming emergency and non-emergency calls for service in an expedient and professional manner and possess proficiency in TWO radio disciplines. To learn more about Stanislaus Regional 911, click here . Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Emergency Dispatch bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. The probationary period for Emergency Dispatcher I is 18 months. At management's discretion, in accordance with County Policy, Tab 15 Probationary Periods, the probationary period can be extended by an additional 6 month period for a total of 24 months. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Receive complaints and requests for assistance at the 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Dispatch Center; Procure accurate and timely information needed to classify and dispatch user agencies; Classify complaint types and enter data into the computer aided dispatch system; Determine appropriate response and course of action in accordance with established policy, procedures and codes; Dispatch user agency mobile unit by phone, fixed, or mobile radio communications equipment; Relay calls and information to other appropriate agencies in or out of the Stanislaus County 9-1-1 system; and Act as a trainer at an assigned position. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Quickly and accurately follow written and oral instructions; Learn rules and regulations quickly and interpret them correctly; Reason clearly, analyzing situations rapidly and accurately in order to quickly adopt an effective course of action; Dispatch public safety equipment in a coordinated manner; Speak clearly and concisely using proper English; Hear and distinguish between several voices at the same time while acquiring and retaining the information; Spell correctly using proper English; Function efficiently and calmly under pressure; Type accurately at a minimum speed of 35 (net) words per minute; Rapidly and accurately operate complex computerized equipment; Read and understand maps; Monitor two CRT screens simultaneously; and Properly use a headset. KNOWLEDGE The techniques, procedures and methods used in the operation of a public safety communications center; The use and proper care of radio, telephone and other job-related equipment; Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations pertinent to public safety operations; The location of major streets, highways, rivers, public places and geographical landmarks within Stanislaus County; and The general functions of the Sheriff's Department, city police, fire departments and other public safety agencies. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school or possession of the high school level General Education Development (GED) Certificate; AND Any combination of training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and abilities, mentioned above. An example is dispatching experience in a computer-aided public safety dispatch center; AND Typing certificate, within four years, of 35 wpm (net corrected) from any temporary agency or comparable institution. The certificate must be a three to five minute timed test; AND All offers of employment will be contingent upon individuals passing an extensive background investigation required by the Department of Justice because of computer access to confidential criminal information. TYPING CERTIFICATE A typing certification (within four years) from Workforce Development, a temporary staffing agency or a comparable institution is required to be attached to your application. Internet typing certificates are not accepted. The certificate must be a three (3) to five (5) minute timed test and net corrected of 35 words per minute (WPM). Typing certificates must be on agency letterhead, dated and signed by the issuing agency and have net words per minute listed. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening will focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "Duties" section of the online application. Six (6) months of call taking experience in an emergency dispatch environment at time of appointment. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Personal History Statement . Candidates will be invited to participate in the PHS Review/Interview after successful completion of the written examination. A sample similar to the PHS required is viewable by clicking on the following link and selecting Background/Hiring Form 2-255 Personal History Statement - Public Safety Dispatcher: http://www.post.ca.gov/forms.aspx Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Continuous Recruitment Written Examination: Application Received Simulation Examination 12/01/2021 through 01/31/2022 Week of 02/14/2022 02/01/2022 through 02/28/2022 Week of 03/14/2022 03/01/2022 through 03/31/2022 Week of 04/18/2022 04/01/2022 through 04/30/2022 Week of 05/16/2022 05/01/2022 through 05/31/2022 Week of 06/20/2022 06/01/2022 through 06/30/2022 Week of 07/18/2022 07/01/2022 through 07/31/2022 Week of 08/15/2022 08/01/2022 through 08/31/2022 Week of 09/19/2022 09/01/2022 through 09/30/2022 Week of 10/17/2022 10/01/2022 through 10/31/2022 Week of 11/14/2022 11/01/2022 through 11/30/2022 Week of 12/12/2022 12/01/2022 through 12/31/2022 Week of 01/16/2023 Please note the date is tentative and subject to change. You will be notified at least seven (7) days prior to the actual test date. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Ste C, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Department of Environmental Resources (Environmental Health Division) is looking for a candidate that exhibits the following characteristics: integrity, honesty and respectfulness, while working collaboratively with internal and external customers; the ability to utilize professional judgment to make sound decisions and the inclination to learn and be open to change. To learn more about the Department of Environmental Resources, click here . THE POSITION Positions may be filled at I, II, or III level, depending on the qualifications of the applicant(s) selected. Under general supervision, incumbent conducts inspections and investigations in the enforcement of Environmental Health and Safety laws, rules and regulations for Environmental Health and Solid Waste Divisions; performs other related duties as assigned. Incumbents of this position are expected to obtain a valid Environmental Health Registration issued by the State Department of Health Services within thirty-six (36) months of hire into the position. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Technical Services Bargaining Unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and sift assignments, as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Make inspections to determine compliance with State and local laws and regulations governing sanitation in food handling establishments, sewage disposal systems, substandard housing, land use and recreational health, water supply, solid waste management, public nuisances, and vector and rodent control. When necessary, recommend change and give instructions for correction of deficiencies and violations; Recommend changes and gives instructions for correction of deficiencies and violations; Advise food handlers on the correct method of sanitation protection in compliance with applicable laws and regulations; Investigate complaints, such as reports on food poisoning and public or private sanitation-related nuisances; Make sanitation surveys, when required, of communities and confers with local officials on sanitation problems; Investigate fly, mosquito and other insect nuisances or infestations, make abatement recommendations, and instruct communities in control methods for carriers of all vectors-transmitted diseases; Work with a wide range of solid waste issues and problems from waste management planning and resource recovery to disposal of spectrum of waste types; Inspect public and private recreational facilities; Make housing inspections to determine health and safety compliance with State and local housing laws and ordinances; Review plans for new subdivisions and food establishments, and recommend suitable water and sewage installations; Perform onsite evaluations of sewage disposal systems, including terrain, water table and soil suitability; Prepare correspondence and reports as required; Initiate legal actions as a result of non-compliance, by issuing a notice to appear in court, filing a criminal complaint or scheduling an administrative office hearing; Represent the Department in public and private meetings, and speaks to public groups regarding the Department and related topics; and Other related duties as may be assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) Environmental Health Specialist I SKILLS/ABILITIES Effectively instruct individuals and groups on the principles and reasons for a safe and healthy environment; Understand and interpret laws, rules and regulations; Read and understand construction plans and blueprints involving numerous mathematical computations; Speak effectively before groups; and Write and verbally communicate instructions for correction of deficiencies and violations in a clear and concise manner. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of environmental sanitation including water supply, sewage, industrial waste and refuse handling, and disposal, housing and recreational sanitation, air pollution, vector control, food handling and processing, body art and solid waste management; Provisions of the Health and Safety Code; and General principles and practices of public health. Environmental Health Specialist II SKILLS/ABILITIES Demonstrated ability with all Level I requirements, plus: Plan, organize and carry out complex environmental health studies and reports; Oversee investigations; Respond effectively to complaints from the public; and Detect unsanitary conditions and public health hazards and secure their correction through education, voluntary compliance or legal enforcement. KNOWLEDGE Demonstrated knowledge of all Level I requirements, plus: Sanitation provisions of the California Health and Safety Code, Administration Code and related legal provisions; Methods and procedures used in inspecting, investigating and correcting unsanitary conditions; Principles and practices of environmental sanitation and sanitary science, and principles and practices of public health; Penal Code relating to public nuisances; Basic water works construction features, such as sewage disposal systems, swimming pools and wells, sufficient to evaluate plans; and Environmental impact of building plans. Environmental Health Specialist III SKILLS/ABILITIES Demonstrated ability with all Level II requirements, plus: Work with a high degree of independence, exercising a broad scope of judgement and latitude; Perform unusual and difficult research and analytical work; Handle difficult environmental investigations and take enforcement actions; and Handle difficult public contact situations and negotiate compliance points effectively. KNOWLEDGE Demonstrated knowledge of all Level II requirements, plus: The various laws and regulations relating to environmental health and solid waste management; Specific principles and practices of public environmental health and solid waste management; Complex environmental sampling techniques and standards; Quality assurance and quality control techniques as they relate to investigations; and Biological agents and their effect on public health. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Environmental Health Specialist I Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Health, Environmental Resource Management or Microbiology. The coursework must meet the minimum standards and qualifications for registration as an Environmental Health Specialist under the applicable provisions of State law; AND Eligibility for registration as an Environmental Health Specialist issued by the State of California, Environmental Health Specialist Registration Program. Environmental Health Specialist I applicants must possess a letter from the State of Environmental Health Specialist Registration Program at Post Office Box 997377, Sacramento, CA 95899-7377; phone: (916) 449-5662 and/or email rehsprog@ cdph.ca.gov , stating they meet the minimum educational requirements. This letter is issued only after the evaluation of their college transcripts; AND No experience is required. Note: After hiring, the incumbent must gain a valid certificate of registration as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist in the State of California within thirty-six (36) months of hire. Failure to take and pass the exam to gain Registration as an Environmental Health Specialist per the California Health and Safety Code, Division 104, Part 1, Chapter 4, Article 1, Section 106600, within thirty-six (36) months will lead to termination. "Certificate of registration" means a signed document issued by the department as evidence of registration and qualification to practice as a registered environmental health specialist under this article. The certificate shall bear the designation "registered environmental health specialist" and shall show the name of the person, date of issue, registration number, and seal. Environmental Health Specialist II Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Health, Environmental Resource Management or Microbiology. The coursework must meet the minimum standards and qualifications for registration as an Environmental Health Specialist under the applicable provisions of State law; AND Possess a valid certificate of registration as an Environmental Health Specialist issued by the State of California; AND Minimum of one (1) year of related experience performing environmental health inspections, enforcement or remediation. Master's degree in a related field may substitute for six (6) months of the required experience. Environmental Health Specialist III Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Health, Environmental Resource Management or Microbiology. The coursework must meet the minimum standards and qualifications for registration as an Environmental Health Specialist under the applicable provisions of State law; AND Possess a valid certificate of registration as an Environmental Health Specialist issued by the State of California; AND Three (3) years of experience equivalent to an Environmental Health Specialist II in general environmental resource management, environmental health or solid waste management. The Environmental Health Specialist I is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information, please click here . All applicants must possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and remain free from repeated preventable accidents. Proof of education and a valid REHS Certificate or eligibility letter from the State of California, Environmental Health Specialist Registration Program, is required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-525-6770 to make other arrangements within five (5) business days of submitting their application. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements within five (5) business days of submitting an application will result in disqualification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening. Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination. Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination. Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists. Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Applications will be periodically screened every two (2) weeks. This recruitment is continuous and is subject to close at any time, without notice. Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County. GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
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Stanislaus County, CA Stanislaus County, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Health services Agency is looking for a detail oriented candidate who has strong oral and written communication skills to work within our Public Health Department. The ideal candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of infection testing methodology, applicable State Health and Penal Codes, excellent computer application skills and be comfortable working under pressure. The HSA holds strongly to its vision of "healthy people in a healthy Stanislaus" by developing its services with the community, in ways that support community need. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here . THE POSITION The Medical Investigator assists in the identification, control and prevention of communicable diseases, under general supervision and performs related duties as required. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Counsel patients and provide appropriate instructions for epidemiological follow up; Serve as liaison to public/private agencies, community organizations and professional groups for treatment; Provide classroom and group lecture presentations; Compile, analyze, interpret and maintain statistics on communicable disease rates; Locate, through field or office investigation, persons who have tested positively or who may have been exposed to communicable diseases, to ensure adequate medical follow up; Assist the local surveillance program implementation and development by providing hands on surveillance support and assistance; Assist in special surveillance projects to meet established local and State surveillance goals; Provide community education on the trends, epidemiology and prevention of communicable diseases; and Interact and networks with County, State and Federal Officials, health agencies through attendance at staff meetings, and community agencies/subcommittees as appropriate, to establish cooperative and effective working relationships to facilitate and enhance program development. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Prepare, review and analyze comprehensive reports and disease statistics; Exercise independence and self motivation; Discuss and present information related to prevention, transmission, and treatment resources; Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with individuals and groups from varying cultural, ethnic, social, economic and educational backgrounds; Interpret physicians orders and lab test results; Utilize investigative techniques to locate suspected or known contacts and sources of infection; Maintain accurate records; Establish and maintain program objectives, priorities and policies; and Advise and consult with administrators on the activities and status of the program. KNOWLEDGE Infection testing methodology; Emerging trends, treatments and pharmacology for communicable diseases; Epidemiology; Applicable State Health Codes and Penal Codes; Research application; Grants, scope of work and progress reports; Program development and evaluation, techniques in organizing and motivating groups; Fiscal and program management; and Computer applications and software to support all activities mentioned. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. PATTERN I Bachelor's of Science degree in Public Health, Behavioral Health, Behavioral Sciences or closely related field; AND Two (2) years experience in a Public Health setting. PATTERN II Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing and current registration as a Registered Nurse in the State of California. Evidence of meeting continuing education requirements with two (2) years experience working in infectious disease or closely related experience. PATTERN III Masters Degree in Public and Health Administration or related field. Proof of education may be required for verification purposes after the eligible list has been established as part of the selection interview process. Proof of education (transcripts and/or degree) may be attached at the time of online application submission, if available. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: CONTINUOUS, BUT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Oral Examination: APPLICANTS WILL BE INVITED TO INTERVIEW AS QUALIFIED APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Modesto, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Under direction, Mental Health Clinicians provide clinical assessments, care planning, counseling, clinical case management and other rehabilitative/psychotherapeutic services in a community mental health setting. Mental Health Clinicians are expected to work independently but also function effectively as part of a service team. The incumbents may supervise professional and technical personnel, and provide education and consultation services to other staff, community agencies and the public. In addition, Mental Health Clinicians may administer and coordinate mental health programs, and perform other related work as required. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. To learn more about the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Department, click here . The eligible list generated from this recruitment will be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies for the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Department. ABOUT THE POSITION Mental Health Clinicians can be assigned, based on departmental needs, to the Adult and Older Adult System of Care (ASOC), Children's System of Care (CSOC), CARE Program, Substance Use Disorders System of Care (SUD), Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Medi-Cal Assessment Team (MAT), Quality Services, Utilization Management (UM), Strategic Implementation Team, Training Department or the Prevention & Early Intervention Team (PEI) . Adult System of Care (ASOC) Service Teams are utilized to provide comprehensive outpatient services to adults with a serious mental illness and/or substance use disorder of Stanislaus County. The focus of treatment efforts is to enable clients to function at their highest level in community. Emphasis is placed on assisting clients in identifying and achieving goals, which are meaningful to them. Treatment Teams are comprised of multi-disciplinary staff and are currently utilizing the psycho-social rehabilitation and recovery models of service delivery. Children's System of Care (CSOC) Services for children and youth are provided in various programs that work with children, youth and young adults age 0 to 21 years. The Mental Health Clinician will provide intensive services to children and adolescents identified with Serious Emotionally Disturbed (SED), as well as provide services and support to their family/caregivers. This may include children and youth who are involved with the Child Welfare or Probation systems. The Mental Health Clinician will also work with transitional age young adults and/or non-minor dependents who have opted into the foster care system as an adult. Services are provided in the field (in home, school, and community settings). Mental Health Clinicians in this subsystem work collaboratively with outside partners through a Child and Family Team process to ensure coordination of care. The CARE Program CARE is a multidisciplinary team of mental health, criminal justice, and other service providers who facilitate, provide, and share responsibilities of assessment coordination and treatment services to appropriately meet the complex mental, physical, and social needs of the targeted population. The target population includes individuals that may have severe and persistent mental illness, exhibit high-risk health and safety behaviors, engage in vagrancy-related criminal behavior, and experience severe SUDs; and for a variety of reasons, they are not accessing or accepting services. BHRS mental health services providers are embedded on the team to support clients with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and facilitate direct access to treatment services. The CARE team includes Modesto Police, Probation, Community Services Agency, Telecare, and Public Health. The overarching goal is to see an increase in the target population transition from saying "no" to help to saying "yes" to help. Substance Use Disorders (SUD) The Mental Health Clinician will be assigned to treatment programs and Residential Unit, which is designed to serve adults and older adults who suffer from a Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. The incumbents are expected to provide clinical 1:1's, group counseling to program participants, and consultation services to program staff. This position may include intake assessments, group facilitation, and individual client sessions. Mental Health Clinicians provide 1:1 counseling and assessments while following regulatory compliances. They are mandated reporters for CPS, APS, and 51/50's. Mental Health Clinicians also provide revenue with Medi-Cal billing. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) is a 24-hour, seven day a week program. CERT provides emergency mental health assessment and referral services for emergent and pre-emergent behavioral health situations in collaboration with families, consumers, law enforcement and emergency room personnel. Some services are provided in the community through a mobile task force. Non-crisis services include a consumer and family member-staffed Crisis Support Line and on-site peer support available to consumers and families who need support and referrals. Individuals are able to call to access services or request a psychiatric evaluation. CERT personnel should possess sophisticated diagnostic and assessment skills and be available for shift work. Medi-Cal Assessment Team (MAT) The Medi-Cal Assessment teams provides mental health assessments to children and adult beneficiaries. The MAT Mental Health Clinician will perform initial assessments to individuals referred for or seeking mental health services. The MAT Mental Health Clinician will assist in linkage for those assessed to programs within BHRS, Contractors, and or alternate level of care such as mild-moderate and or community services. MAT personnel should posses sophisticated diagnostic and assessment skills. Quality Services The Quality Services/Compliance team ensures the following: 1. Quality of care issues are identified, monitored and appropriate corrective actions are taken 2. Pursue continuous quality improvement, through department audits 3. Behavioral health services provided to beneficiaries meet established quality of care standards (Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) protocol; Information Notices (IN); All State Plan Letters (APLs)), 4. Quality is evaluated in the areas of access, satisfaction, continuity of care and quality of care, 5. Provide on-going Electronic Health Record (EHR) Navigation training 6. Program certification and re-certification activities, including program National Provider Identifier (NPI)s and modes of service, and 6. Changes are made and monitored related to DHCS protocol updates. In addition, the compliance component of the Quality Services program ensures the following: 1. Establishment and implementation of procedures and a system with dedicated staff for routine internal monitoring and auditing of compliance risks, prompt response to compliance issues as they are raised, investigation of potential compliance problems as identified in the course of self-evaluation and audits, correction of such problems promptly and thoroughly (or coordination of suspected criminal acts with law enforcement agencies) to reduce the potential for recurrence, and ongoing compliance with the requirements under the contract (Corrective Action Plan (CAP) follow up from all peer reviews; review/discussion of limited mental health contact; review and provide information related to compliance for fact finding data)), 2. Implement a compliance program that includes: Written policies, procedures, and standards of conduct that articulate the organization's commitment to comply with all applicable requirements and standards under the contract, and all applicable laws (provide training opportunities for BHRS compliance program plan; 3. Implement and maintain procedures designed to detect fraud, waste and abuse that include provisions to verify services reimbursed by Medicaid were received by the beneficiary, 4. Monitor access line compliance and procedures in addition to other compliance related requirements in protocol, Mental Health Plan (MHP) contract, and DMC-ODS Internal Government Agreement (IGA), and 5. Assist with managing and monitoring privacy issues. Utilization Management (UM) The Utilization Management team evaluates medical necessity, appropriateness and efficiency of services provided to Medi-Cal beneficiaries (outpatient treatment plan review; assessment updates), ensures consistent application of review criteria for authorization decisions (outpatient treatment plan; Service Authorization Requests (SARs); SUD Residential) , conducts concurrent review and authorization for all psychiatric inpatient hospital services and psychiatric health facility services (DBHC; Telecare PHF; Out of County (OOC) hospitals) , reviews and completes provider appeals, provides training materials and training related to concurrent review, documentation standards for medical necessity (based on DHCS training and Title 9 regulation) ; and reasons for denials, EHR and database entry (diagnosis review; approved/denied days) , Medi-Cal eligibility check for all inpatient admissions, establish and implement written policies and procedures for all UM activities and delegated activities, and provide on-going trainings related to authorization (delegated activity); Notice of Action Beneficiary Determination (NOABDs). Strategic Implementation Team The Strategic Implementation Team is a program with Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services that provides project management support directly to the Executive and Senior Leadership Team. The Strategic Implementation Team's focus is to build partnerships with Executive and Senior leaders, as well as contract partners, to foster a working relationship that will result in collaborative decision making. This collaboration will ultimately benefit consumers that receive services in our community. Training Department Training Department supports all BHRS staff in connecting to state mandated trainings as well as trainings that support specific job-related tasks. Mental Health Clinician will provide support in coordinating, facilitating and tracking trainings as well as connecting staff to needed training support. Mental Health Clinician will work with various departments in assessing additional training needs and bringing outside partners in for additional support. Prevention & Early Intervention (PEI) Under the direction of the Manager and Staff Services Coordinator of Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI), the Mental Health Clinician will act within the division in a variety of local community settings, requiring partnerships with other organizations or community groups. The Mental Health Clinician may provide training and support to staff and community agencies at different sites within the county. The Mental Health Clinician will act in conjunction with the PEI division's accordance to state regulations in an effort to engage and impact community in ways that will result in deeper awareness of mental health and access to services, as well as engage in awareness and prevention efforts around suicide. The Mental Health Clinician will engage community in efforts to reduce stigma related to mental health and will help the community to build capacity in independent, self-defined views of wellbeing, wellness, and overall mental health. The Mental Health Clinician may provide guidance and support to a growing collaborative of designated community leaders and agencies from PEI and BHRS-funded programs as well as other community-based mental health and wellness programs. Doing so will ensure access to this prevention strategy in outlying areas where transportation and other factors are barriers to services in traditional centralized locations. Along with these tasks related to the division's implementation and services delivery, the Mental Health Clinician will act in conjunction with the PEI division within BHRS to fully implement the building of community capacity to provide emotional support to individuals where they live, worship, go to school, and play. The primary function promotes positive community development as a viable broad community effort to improve behavioral health outcomes. Unless otherwise provided, this position is part of the Classified Service of the County and is assigned to the Community & Health Services bargaining unit for labor relations purposes. Individuals who are in a full-time classification position are required to serve a twelve-month probationary period, which may be extended an additional six months, for a total of eighteen months. Incumbents may also be subject to overtime, standby, callback, weekend, holiday and shift assignments as identified in their MOU (Memorandum of Understanding). Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is non-benefited except for participation in a 401a program with Nationwide." The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Advise clients of available community resources and act as a liaison and/or advocate for clients/families to be able to access community resources effectively; Conduct onsite and field based comprehensive clinical assessments to establish medical necessity criteria and provide clinical interventions without supervision, utilizing different clinical treatment modalities and approaches based on clinical needs; Determine functional impairments of clients and prioritize their needs; In the appropriate therapeutic and/or clinical setting, work with primary care physicians when necessary on treatment plans or provide individual and group services which could include clients from diverse cultural backgrounds. For children and families, assist in assessing challenges and barriers to social and emotional health, and in partnership with them, develop a strength based realistic service plan; Perform appropriate clinical social work and develop treatment plans to address clients functional impairments; Prepare and maintain complex treatment and progress reports and document in client charts as needed; which include, diagnostic and treatment recommendations, discharge planning and follow-up services; Prepare and present cases for review with the clinical service team; Provide client-centered and wellness/recovery/resiliency informed services; Provide crisis intervention and 5150 evaluation on-site, in the field or at neighboring hospital emergency rooms when working with BHRS clients; Provide ongoing clinical assessment, client care planning and effective treatment implementation to children, adults and families; Support and utilize Electronic Medical/Health Record System software; Utilize the 12 Step and social model principles of substance use disorder (SUD) treatment resiliency and crisis intervention within the community; Work collaboratively with a wide range of clinical and non-clinical disciplines to access client and family needs, design effective care planning, service goals or special medical treatment plans regarding utilization of additional resources, such as, home health and hospice; Work collaboratively with consumers and family members using a wellness, recovery or resilient based approach and engage clients in treatment pathways to provide behavioral health needs when appropriated or as needed; Work in tandem with the Child Welfare Department, Education partners, or Regional Center partners if applicable; Work in tandem with the Probation Department, Sheriff's Office, criminal justice partner agencies, and other community partners across the County if applicable; and Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Perform psychiatric social work and psychotherapy of a complex nature with clients and groups; Prepare clear, concise case work records and make recommendations on the basis of such information; organize and manage a caseload; and work with a bureaucratic system; Retain personal objectivity while dealing with the problems of others; Perform the therapist's role in a manner consistent with professional standards and ethics; Determine functional impairments of clients and prioritize their needs; Decide appropriate treatment focus and methods without clinical supervision; Work with a team to integrate various clinical approaches into a treatment program; and Anticipate a potential crisis, manage and be able to apply appropriate clinical intervention when necessary. KNOWLEDGE Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, clinical case management, and various treatment modalities; Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, and substance abuse; Culturally proficient practices with diverse case load; Scope and activities of the public and private health and welfare agencies and other available resources; and Principles and techniques of mental health education, prevention, and crisis intervention within the community. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN I PATTERN I Graduation from an accredited two (2) year Graduate School of Social Work with the receipt of a Master's Degree of Social Work which can lead to licensure as a Clinical Social Worker. PATTERN II Graduation from an accredited graduate program with receipt of a Master's Degree which can lead to a License as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT); AND Meet qualifications to participate in a Short-Doyle program; AND Eligible to be licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or a Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California. The Mental Health Clinician I classification is a Veterans' Preference Program eligible job classification. For more information please click here . MENTAL HEALTH CLINICIAN II PATTERN I Graduation from an accredited two (2) year Graduate School of Social Work with receipt of a Master's Degree and acquisition of the State recognized license. PATTERN II Graduation from an accredited graduate program with receipt of a Master's Degree and acquisition of a LCSW or MFT License which meets qualifications to participate in a Short-Doyle program. PATTERN III Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology may be substituted for the above educational requirement; AND Two (2) years of experience in a Mental Health setting under clinical supervision as required to qualify for the State recognized license. LICENSE Licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of California; OR A license as a Psychologist in the State of California may be substituted for the above licensure requirement. Proof of education is required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call (209) 525-7339 to make other arrangements before 5pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS In addition to the minimum qualifications, applicant screening may focus on the following desirable qualifications. Please list any of these qualifications you may have within the "duties" section of the online application. Licensed as either a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California; OR Current registration with the California Board of Behavioral Science or must be registered with the California Board of Behavioral Science within 60 days of the commencement of employment; AND Enrollment through Department of Health Care Services Provider Application and Validation for Enrollment (PAVE) portal; AND Bilingual language skills are desirable. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. This recruitment may close at any time with no notice. Apply By: Oral Examination: September 24, 2021 Week of October 4th October 15, 2021 Week of October 25th October 29, 2021 Week of November 8th November 12, 2021 Week of November 22th GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. November 26, 2021 Week of December 6th December 10, 2021 Week of December 20th December 24, 2021 Week of January 3rd January 7, 2022 Week of January 17th Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Various, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
About the Opportunity For more information about this position Please Click Here for Flyer. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Stanislaus County, CA Stanislaus County, California, United States
Jan 01, 2022
Part Time
About the Opportunity Stanislaus County is offering recruitment bonuses! Part-Time (PTC) Bonus: $1,500 Currently hiring Part Time Nurses Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Health Services Agency (HSA) is looking for a team member who is passionate about working in public health and/or clinics to improve the health of our community. The ideal candidate is energetic, team oriented, a strong collaborator and innovative. To learn more about the Health Services Agency, click here . THE POSITION Staff Nurses provide professional nursing care and treatment for patients in a clinic or other health care setting. This intermediate level position provides care under general supervision and, as needed, acts as a supervisor, overseeing program processes. This position is subject to overtime, standby, callback, shift work, weekend, and holiday assignments. Performs related duties as assigned. Specific clinics typical job responsibilities may vary. Part-time extra-help is a provisional classification where permanent status may not be obtained. This position is subject to overtime, standby, shift, and callback assignments and will perform related duties as assigned. This position is benefited. The Job Task Analysis provides information detailing the physical and functional demands of the classification. For the complete job task analysis, visit the Risk Management website at http://www.stancounty.com/riskmgmt/ under the "Disability" tab. Typical Tasks Initiate the nursing process and perform nursing care, including therapeutic measures prescribed by medical authority within the limits of the Nurse Practice Act and department policy; Observe and assess the patient's condition. Assist the Health Care Provider in the assessment of the patients' condition, physical examinations of patients and educate and advise clients on pertinent health issues; Administer routine and specialized treatment, apply dressings and bandages to patients as relevant to the clinic visit; Report suspected cases of abuse and neglect of children and adults to proper authorities, according to procedures and protocols; Accurately obtain and record vital signs; Assist with the supervision, training and evaluation of Medical Assistants and other unlicensed personnel; Provide clinical services, and may draw blood, give injections, and obtain laboratory specimens as necessary; Report communicable diseases to the appropriate entity and make referrals for tests and medical care according to current policy; Teach patients and families about preventable health measures, such as nutrition, immunization, accident prevention and family planning; Utilizing nursing experience, evidence-based practice and/or clinic policies, triage patients for acuity and need by telephone or as patient presents to clinic for care and follow up with the triaged patient as necessary to ensure patient's needs have been met; Ensure patients receive and comprehend information and appropriate instructions concerning their healthcare needs following the clinic visit; Maintain appropriate control over supplies, perform quality assurance checks of equipment in the clinic and request replacement items needed; May consult with therapeutic multi-disciplinary team in reviewing patient progress and success of treatment and case management plans; Attend and participate in training, demonstration sessions, and in-service education programs to attain and maintain nursing skills as well as to further the knowledge of less experienced members of the nursing team and unlicensed staff; Use various programs such as Microsoft Office, Immunization Registry and Electronic Medical Record programs; Participate on committees, attend meetings, in-service programs and workshops relevant to the area of assigned patient care or specialty; Participate as triage nurse returning/routing patient calls to appropriate team members; Provide input to the Manager regarding the development or revision of policy and procedures; Provide guidance, oversight and orientation of less experienced nursing staff, unlicensed staff; and Provide operational oversight when necessary. Minimum Qualifications (Skills, Abilities, Knowledge, Education/Experience) SKILLS/ABILITIES Staff Nurse I Perform in stressful and crisis situations, interpret policies and procedures, and apply them with good judgment; Communicate effectively orally and in writing; Administer treatments and medications to patients under the orders of a health care provider and/or the Nursing Practice Act; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, clients, and other public agencies or personnel; Use of various computer programs such as Windows and an Electronic Medical Record; Follow complex oral and written directions and prepare clear and concise written reports, including documentation in the medical records; Train and guide the work of Medical Assistants and other support personnel when requested; Provide safe, effective and efficient nursing care; and Ability to oversee operational processes. Staff Nurse II - Above Plus the Following: Supervise, train and guide the work of Medical Assistants and other licensed and unlicensed personnel when requested; and Leadership skills and oversee operational processes. KNOWLEDGE Principles and practices of the nursing process; The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy, Security and Breach Notification Rules; Nursing procedures, techniques, equipment and supplies; Principles of contact investigation and infection control; Collaborative health planning with multi-disciplinary teams; Medical terminology, modern nursing principles, methods and procedures; and Use and effects of medicine, controlled substances, clinic supplies, equipment, and disease processes including communicable diseases, symptoms and treatments. We recognize your time is valuable, please only apply if you meet the following required qualifications. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE Associate or higher degree in Nursing ; AND Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of California; AND Current valid BLS/CPR certification. EXPERIENCE Staff Nurse I No experience required. Staff Nurse II After receiving Registered Nurse license, one (1) year full-time experience in a hospital/outpatient care setting or experience which utilized the development of critical thinking skills. Proof of education may be required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof must call 209-558-7180 to make other arrangements before 5 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification. Application and Selection Procedures APPLICATION PROCEDURES/FINAL FILING DATE Applications cannot be submitted later than 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date. Make your online application as complete as possible so a full and realistic appraisal may be made of your qualifications. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Attaching your resume and cover letter are an optional feature for those who wish to do so in addition to completing the required application. Information on your resume and cover letter will not substitute for the education, work experience and required fields on the County application. The online County application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications. EXAMINATION PROCESS Most County recruitments consists of the steps detailed below and are governed by Merit Principles. The examination process ensures that all applicants are given the same opportunity to gain employment within Stanislaus County. Application Review and Screening . Applications are carefully screened based on information provided. Those who submit incomplete applications that lack relevant qualifications or do not submit all required documents will not be invited to move on. Written Examination . Applicants will be invited to participate in a written exam that tests knowledge for the position. Oral Examination . Applicants are invited to a panel interview in which they will be evaluated by County subject matter experts. Eligible Lists . Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for six months, but may be extended up to eighteen months. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE Application Deadline: CONTINUOUS, BUT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Oral Examination: APPLICANTS WILL BE INVITED TO INTERVIEW AS QUALIFIED APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED Note: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, part-time and full-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County . GENERAL INFORMATION Final appointment will be conditional upon successfully passing a County paid pre-employment drug screening (if applicable for position) and a job-related background investigation. Some positions may require possession or the ability to obtain, and maintenance of a valid California Driver's license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job related essential functions. Stanislaus County supports the good health of its workforce. More information is available at http://myclubwellness.org Cell phones are typically incompatible with the online application format or browser. We recommend using a desktop or laptop computer. If you are still having technical difficulties, please call NEOGOV at 1-855-524-5627. Closing Date/Time: Continuous