Napa County

The Napa Valley - Internationally known for its fine wines, exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 130,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage.

Located in the heart of California’s preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities.

The Napa Valley’s strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities.

The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,300 employees.

As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community’s values: integrity, accountability, and service.


Please visit our career page for current opportunities: www.napacountycareers.com

A general law county, Napa County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected by district for four year terms. The Board of Supervisors appoints a County Executive Officer who is responsible for providing overall management for the County’s operations, including day-to-day supervision of the County’s appointed department heads.

Napa County has a budget of over $454 million and has enjoyed relative financial stability in recent years compared to many agencies. More than 1,300 county employees provide services to the public through 17 departments—5 managed by elected officials and the remainder managed by a department head appointed by the Board of Supervisors based on the recommendation of the County Executive Officer. County services include land use permitting, road maintenance, social services, public safety, elections, public health, behavioral health, environmental management, airport operations, library services, emergency operations and dozens of other pro-grams that benefit County residents. As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of its residents and reflecting the best of the community’s values: integrity, accountability and service.

 

 

 

29 job(s) at Napa County

Napa County Napa, California, United States
Feb 27, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position Under direction, investigate cases of suspected welfare fraud and violations of the Public Assistance laws and regulations. Locate and interview witnesses and persons suspected of violations. Obtain and present facts and evidence to support administrative action or prosecution. Incumbents carry the full range of caseloads involving general fraud, fraud prevention and early detection and assets match and earnings clearance. Welfare Fraud Investigator II is the journey level position in the Welfare Fraud Investigator series. Bilingual Spanish skills are required. This recruitment is being conducted to fill 1 (one) full-time vacancy. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: One (1) year of full-time experience as a Welfare Investigator I OR Two (2) years of full-time experience in investigative work which included locating, observing, and interviewing suspects and witnesses, writing detailed reports of case findings, and preparing and presenting evidence; AND Successful completion of twelve (12) semester units of college level course work in criminal investigation techniques and legal aspects of evidence. Note: (Applicants who are close to completing this education requirement may be admitted to the exam process but must meet these requirements at time of appointment.) [Substitution] Six (6) months of investigative experience beyond the one year required above, which included interviewing people, writing detailed case reports, and preparing or presenting evidence or information in court, may substitute for six (6) semester units of the required education. Special Requirements*: Welfare Investigators have Peace Officer status and must meet the following requirements under Government Code Sections 1029, 1030,1031: No felony convictions; citizen of the United States; 21 years of age; high school graduate or GED equivalence; be fingerprinted to permit search for criminal records; be of good moral character as determined by a background investigation; be free of any condition which might adversely affect exercise of Peace Officer powers. Successful completion of a Specialized Investigative Basic Course (SIBC) approved by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training within twelve months of appointment to the class OR Possession of a valid basic peace officer certificate as awarded by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training OR Successful completion of the regular basic peace officer course as awarded by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training within three years prior to appointment. Welfare Investigators cannot exercise the powers of a peace officer until successful completion of the above requirements. Prior to appointment to peace officer status, a background check, psychological and physical examination is required. Employees in this classification may be required to work long, irregular hours, and drive considerable distances on a regular basis. Driver's License*: Some positions in this classification may require possession of a valid California driver's License. Employees who drive on County business to carry out job-related duties must possess a valid California driver's license for the class of vehicle driven and meet automobile insurability requirements of the County. Eligibility for employment for those who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the appointing authority. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process Application Deadline 5:00pm PDT MARCH 8, 2024 Application Screening The week of March 11, 2024 Supplemental Question Scoring By March 15, 2024 Supplemental questions will be scored by subject matter experts. Only the most qualified applicants from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview. Oral Panel Interview Tentatively scheduled for the week of April 1, 2024. Establish Eligible List By April 5, 2024. Only the most qualified candidates from the interview process will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: 3/8/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Feb 24, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley The Napa Valley , internationally known for its fine wines, exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,400 employees. As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. The Position This recruitment is being conducted to fill one full-time vacancy in the Auditor-Controller's Office. The list established by this recruitment may be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. An incumbent in this class series is expected to be qualified in accounting and/or auditing procedures. Incumbents prepare, monitor, and audit federal and state grant financial activities to ensure compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and accounting procedures as part of its overall grant management for operational departments and external agencies. The Grant Compliance Auditor classification series is flexibly staffed, with the Principal Grant Compliance Auditor being the highest level in the series. The department may choose to fill this vacancy at any level within the series, based upon the qualifications of the applicant pool. SALARY: Grant Compliance Auditor $ 42. 15 - $ 50.21 Hourly $3,372.00 - $4,016.80 Biweekly $7,306 - $8,703.06 Monthly $87,672.00 - $ 104,436.80 Annually This is the entry-level classification in the professional Grant Compliance Auditor series assigned to the grant compliance team in the Auditor-Controller's Office. This class is distinguished from the Senior Grant Compliance Auditor by the greater application of knowledge and increased level of independence required by the latter. Supervision is provided by management staff. No supervision is exercised over others. Senior Grant Compliance Auditor $ 46. 05 - $ 54.93 Hourly $3,684.00 - $ 4,394.40 Biweekly $7,982.00 - $9,521.20 Monthly $95,784.00 - $ 114,254.40 Annually This is the journey level classification in the professional Grant Compliance Auditor series assigned to the grant compliance team in the Auditor-Controller's Office. This classification operates with a high degree of independence and assists the Principal Grant Compliance Auditor as part of the grant compliance team in the Auditor-Controller's office. This class is distinguished from the Grant Compliance Auditor in that there is a greater application of knowledge and increased level of independence required for this level. It is further distinguished from the Principal Grant Compliance Auditor in that the latter is considered the advanced working level in the series and the lead for the grant compliance team. General supervision is provided by higher level management staff. May serve as a functional lead. No supervision is exercised over others. Principal Grant Compliance Auditor $ 51. 54 - $ 61. 66 Hourly $ 4,123.20 0 - $ 4,932.80 Biweekly $8,933.60 - $10, 687.73 Monthly $107,203.20 - $ 128,252.80 Annually This is the advanced working level classification in the professional Grant Compliance Auditor series assigned to the grant compliance team in the Auditor-Controller's Office. This classification operates with a high degree of independence and latitude and provides functional direction on the activities of the grant compliance team in the Auditor-Controller's office. This class is distinguished from the Senior Grant Compliance Auditor classification in that the Principal Grant Compliance Auditor serves in a lead capacity over the grant compliance team in addition to performing complex grant compliance auditor duties. General direction is provided by the Auditor-Controller or designee. Responsibilities include informal direction over assigned staff in the grant compliance team. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled, with the first review the week of February 13, 2023. 2. Applications will be screened for minimum qualifications and supplemental responses scored by subject matter experts the week of February 13, 2023. The most qualified applicants from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview. 3. Oral panel interviews will be held on a flow basis, starting the week of February 27, 2023. Only the most qualified candidates from the interview process will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. Human Resources reserves the right to make changes, additions or deletions to the examination dates/processes. Example of Duties The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Grant Compliance Auditor Assist operating departments in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; assist Special Districts for which the Auditor-Controller Department provides accounting services, in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; review grants' requirements, paying special attention to those areas where the grantor's administrative procedures are different than the County's; assist in establishing accounting processes for grants; set up proper reporting requirements as defined by the grant; reconcile financial transactions for grants to ensure they are recorded accurately, including annual receivables and payables at the end of each fiscal year; assist departments with close out of grants and establish after-grant document processes; follow up with departments to ensure all post-grant reports are submitted on time and accurately; review reporting and claiming of expenditures for adherence to State and Federal guidelines; participate in monthly or quarterly meetings with departments to review progress of grants; participate in on-site management reviews by the grantor agency during the grant term; review advances and disbursements no less than annually to determine interest earned and required to be remitted back to granting agency; record and track capital assets purchased through grant funds as required by the grant agreement; assist with the development and maintenance of the County's financial software system for grant tracking; review and maintain grant management policies and procedures; recommend improvements for implementation of best practices in grant monitoring; assist with the quarterly reporting to the Auditor-Controller outlining all grant activity such as applications, awards, closeouts and audit findings; assist with presentations to the County Board of Supervisors on county-wide grant audits and reports as requested by the Auditor-Controller; conduct special studies as requested; perform related duties as required. Senior Grant Compliance Auditor Provide technical assistance and support to operating departments in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; provide technical assistance and support to Special Districts for which the Auditor-Controller Department provides accounting services, in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; ensure compliance with grant requirements, paying special attention to those areas where the grantor's administrative procedures are different than the County's; assist to ensure accounting process for each grant is established and set up accurately for proper reporting requirements as defined by the grant; reconcile all financial transactions for each grant to ensure they are recorded accurately, including annual receivables and payables at the end of each fiscal year; participate in Internal Audit meetings and assist Internal Auditors as requested by the Internal Audit Manager or Auditor-Controller; assist departments with close out of grants and establish after-grant document processes; follow up with departments to ensure all post-grant reports are submitted on time and accurately; ensure all reporting and claiming of expenditures follow all State and Federal guidelines; assist with the coordination of monthly or quarterly meetings with departments to review progress of each grant; assist with the coordination of on-site management reviews by the grantor agency during the grant term; assist with the development and maintenance of the County's financial software system for grant tracking, ensuring the software is up to date, including testing upgrades and provide training as necessary; review advances and disbursements no less than annually to determine interest earned and required to be remitted back to granting agency; ensure proper recording and tracking of capital assets purchased through grant funds as required by the grant agreement; assist with the development and maintenance of a County-wide master file of all grant award documents; assist with the development, recommendation and maintenance of grant management policies and procedures; recommend improvements to the Principal for implementation of best practices in grant monitoring; assist with the coordination of grant compliance teams with operating departments; assist with establishing meeting schedules and expectations of each member of the team; assist with the quarterly reporting to the Auditor-Controller outlining all grant activity such as applications, awards, closeouts and audit findings; assist with presentations to the County Board of Supervisors on county-wide grant audits and reports as requested by the Auditor-Controller; serve as a functional lead and assist in the training of entry level staff as assigned; conduct special studies and perform related duties as requested. As assigned and overseen by the Principal Grant Compliance Auditor, may perform: Review of all reports, requests for reimbursements and similar documents prepared by departments and Special Districts before submittal to the granting agency. For Special Districts, these items may be prepared internally by grant compliance auditor team; monitoring of grant expenditures and receipt of revenues to ensure compliance with grant agreement; preparation of the annual Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards for Single Audit; supporting duties to State, Federal and Independent Auditor for grant compliance audits; perform related duties as required. Principal Grant Compliance Auditor Lead and oversee the work of the grant compliance team; coordinate grant compliance team with operating departments and establish meeting schedules and expectations of each member of the team; develop, recommend and maintain grant management policies and procedures with approval from Auditor-Controller; provide technical assistance and support to operating departments in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; provide technical assistance and support to Special Districts for which the Auditor-Controller provides accounting services, in preparing grant applications, submitting reports, maintaining records and responding to any audit or information requests from granting agencies; ensure an accounting process for each grant is established and set up accurately for proper reporting requirements as defined by the grant; reconcile all financial transactions for each grant to ensure they are recorded accurately, including annual receivables and payables at the end of each fiscal year; monitor grant activity against the submitted budget within the award, provide assistance to operating departments if awards require an adjustment or modification; review all reports, requests for reimbursements and similar documents prepared by departments and Special Districts before submittal to the granting agency. For Special Districts, these items may be prepared internally by the grant compliance auditor team; monitor grant expenditures and receipt of revenues to ensure compliance with grant agreement; prepare the annual Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards for Single Audit; provide support to State, Federal and Independent Auditor for grant compliance audits; ensure all reporting and claiming of expenditures follow all State and Federal guidelines; ensure proper recording and tracking of capital assets purchased through grant funds as required by the grant agreement; coordinate monthly or quarterly meetings with departments to review progress of each grant; coordinate on-site management reviews by the grantor agency during the grant term; provide support, as primary contact, to any State, Federal and Independent Auditor for grant compliance audits; develop and maintain County-wide master file of all grant award documents; assist departments with close out of grants and establish after-grant document processes; follow up with departments to ensure all post-grant reports are submitted on time and accurately; review advances and disbursements no less than annually to determine interest earned and required to be remitted back to granting agency; develop and maintain the County's financial software system for grant tracking, ensuring the software is up to date, including testing upgrades and providing training as necessary; recommend improvements to the Auditor-Controller for implementation of best practices in grant monitoring; ensure compliance with grant requirements, paying special attention to those areas where the grantor's administrative procedures are different than the County's; provide a quarterly report to the Auditor-Controller outlining all grant activity such as applications, awards, closeouts and audit findings; present to the County Board of Supervisors on county-wide grant audits and reports as requested by the Auditor-Controller; participate in Internal Audit meetings and assist Internal Auditors as requested by the Internal Audit Manager or Auditor-Controller; perform related duties as required. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS Grant Compliance Auditor KNOWLEDGE OF: Working knowledge of accounting and auditing theory, principles, and practices, and their application to accounting, auditing and fiscal transactions. Working knowledge of the laws, ordinances, and regulations governing the operation of a local governmental agency, a special district, and other government agencies. Government Accounting Standards Board and Financial Accounting Standards Board accounting principles. Automated financial systems, and electronic data processing procedures, methods and equipment, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word. ABILITY TO: Perform professional accounting and auditing work, and make appropriate and effective recommendations. Analyze and evaluate accounting and auditing problems, and develop appropriate data in the preparation of reports and statements. Apply legal and procedural regulations pertinent to governmental accounting and fiscal operations. Research and problem solve both independently and within a team. Communicate financial issues effectively verbally and in written form to County employees, Federal and State auditors, and granting agencies. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Prepare and present clear, concise and complete reports. Perform detailed work accurately and efficiently. Operate modern technology and accounting systems and office equipment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Senior Grant Compliance Auditor KNOWLEDGE OF: Accounting and auditing theory, principles, and practices, and their application to a wide variety of accounting, auditing and fiscal transactions. Government Accounting Standards Board and Financial Accounting Standards Board accounting principles. Laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to the fiscal operation of County departments, special districts, and other government agencies. Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards. Automated financial systems, and electronic data processing procedures, methods and equipment, including high proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word. ABILITY TO: Perform complex professional accounting and auditing work, and make appropriate and effective recommendations. Perform complex analysis and computations of financial data and develop logical conclusions. Interpret and apply legal and procedural regulations pertinent to governmental accounting and fiscal operations. Research and problem solve both independently and within a team. Collaborate with a team of other professionals in a positive manner to efficiently perform tasks with accurate and timely results. Communicate complex financial issues effectively, both verbally and in writing, to County employees, Federal and State auditors, and granting agencies. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Prepare and present clear, concise and complete reports. Perform detailed work accurately and efficiently. Operate modern technology, accounting systems and office equipment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Principal Grant Compliance Auditor KNOWLEDGE OF: Accounting and auditing theory, principles, and practices, and their application to a wide variety of accounting, auditing and fiscal transactions. Government Accounting Standards Board and Financial Accounting Standards Board accounting principles. Laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to the fiscal operation of County departments, special districts, and other government agencies. Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards. Automated financial systems, and electronic data processing procedures, methods and equipment, including high proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word. ABILITY TO: Perform complex professional accounting and auditing work, and make appropriate and effective recommendations. Perform complex analysis and computations of financial data and develop logical conclusions. Interpret and apply legal and procedural regulations pertinent to governmental accounting and fiscal operations. Research and problem solve both independently and within a team. Lead a team of other professionals in a positive and collaborative manner to efficiently perform tasks with accurate and timely results. Communicate complex financial issues effectively, both verbally and in writing to County employees, Federal and State auditors, and granting agencies. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Prepare and present clear, concise and complete reports. Perform detailed work accurately and efficiently. Operate modern technology, accounting systems and office equipment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Experience and Education Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Grant Compliance Auditor Experience: Two years of professional level accounting and/or auditing experience. Government or not-for-profit experience preferred. Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting or a closely related field (must have completed at least 15 units of college level accounting courses). Continuing Education: Persons in this class are required by the United States General Accounting Office to complete 80 hours of relevant continuing education, including 24 hours in governmental accounting, every two years. License or Certificate: Possession of a Certified Public Accountant Certificate shall be considered equivalent to the above education, and can substitute for two years of the experience listed above on a year-for-year basis. A position assigned to this class may require possession of a valid California Driver's License. Senior Grant Compliance Auditor Experience: Three years of professional experience performing high level accounting, auditing or State and Federal grant management, including at least 40 hours of continuing education related to current accounting regulations within the past two years. Government or not-for-profit experience preferred. Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting or a closely related field (must have completed at least 15 units of college level accounting courses). Evidence of current continuing education: 80 hours of relevant continuing professional education units (CPE) within the last 24 months. Continuing Education: Persons in this class are required by the United States General Accounting Office to complete 80 hours of relevant continuing education, including 24 hours in governmental accounting, every two years. License or Certificate: Possession of a Certified Public Accountant certificate shall be considered equivalent to the above education, and can substitute for two years of the experience listed above on a year-for-year basis. A position assigned to this class may require possession of a valid California Driver's License. Principal Grant Compliance Auditor Experience: Five years accounting and/or auditing experience performing as a team project lead over two or more subordinates. Current knowledge and experience in State and Federal Grant regulations required. Government or not-for-profit experience preferred. Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting or a closely related field (must have completed at least 15 units of college level accounting courses). Evidence of current continuing education: 80 hours of relevant continuing professional education units (CPE) within the last 24 months. Continuing Education: Persons in this class are required by the United States General Accounting Office to complete 80 hours of relevant continuing education, including 24 hours in governmental accounting, every two years. License or Certificate: Must possess an active Certified Public Accountant certificate at time of hire, or obtain a CPA certificate within two years of hire. A position assigned to this class may require possession of a valid California Driver's License. ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Feb 17, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position The Learning and Organizational Development (L&OD) Manager at Napa County Health and Human Services Agency is responsible for assessing, developing, coordinating, and implementing training and organizational development activities that advance the strategic goals of the Agency. Under direction of the Workforce Development Staff Services Manager, HHSA - Operations, the L&OD Manager will supervise a small team of support staff and lead the design and execution of the Agency’s competency-based learning programs; identifying skill gaps through comprehensive data collection and analysis and partnering with stakeholders to execute learning and organizational development strategies. In collaboration with Agency leadership, the L&OD Manager will identify training needs and requirements, maintain and/or develop strategies for meeting those needs, and monitor completion and effectiveness of training and professional development programs. Positions in this class exercise considerable independent judgment in coordinating and setting priorities to accomplish the timelines for program success. An incumbent must have the technical expertise, managerial skills, and overall grasp of the Agency’s goals, missions, and clientele needs. The position also requires the ability to establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with Agency management staff, vendors, and other County departments. The ideal candidate for this position will possess the following: Excellent public speaking skills. The skill to anticipate and identify potential issues before they become major problems which impact the overall outcome of the project. The knowledge, skill and experience to write executive level presentations, letters and memos. Strong analytical skill and experience that will provide the candidate with the ability to lead projects down a smooth and successful path to completion, while staying on time and within budget. This recruitment is being conducted to fill 1 (one) full-time vacancy. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible professional level program experience in a program area related to assigned project. Education: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public administration, business administration, social work, or related field. License or Certificate*: Possession of a valid California driver’s license. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process Application Deadline 5:00pm PDT MARCH 1, 2024 Application Screening Week of March 4, 2024 Supplemental Question Scoring By March 8, 2024 Supplemental questions will be scored by subject matter experts. The most qualified applicants from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview. Oral Panel Interview Tentatively scheduled for the week of March 18, 2024. Establish Eligible List By the week of March 25, 2024. The most qualified candidates from the interview process will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE . Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE. ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. MANAGEMENT CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forManagement ClassifiedEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25879/Benefits-Summary---Management-Classified-Employees THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. Closing Date/Time: 3/1/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Feb 17, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position The Department of Planning, Building, & Environmental Services (PBES) serves our community by enforcing a fair, efficient, and open process that balances the diverse needs of agriculture, the economy, health and safety, and the environment. As a member of PBES you will work alongside employees from the following PBES Divisions: Building, Code Enforcement, Engineering, Environmental Health, Natural Resources, Parks, Planning, and Staff Services. Learn more about PBES HERE . About the Position The Code Compliance Division consists of four compliance officers, a supervisor, and a manager. The division handles a wide range of enforcement responsibilities related to building construction, zoning, and property nuisance abatement. A Code Compliance Officer's primary duties are to respond to complaints of code violations, conduct in-depth investigations for the purpose of determining violations of Napa County Code and state regulations, and establish permit requirements and a timeline for gaining compliance. Incumbents are expected to advance between levels when department operational needs necessitate it and after gaining the appropriate knowledge in their position through training, obtaining the required certifications, demonstrating proficiency, and consistently performing the work required by the next level. Telework Availability - Teleworking is not permitted during the first six (6) months of employment and/or during the first six (6) months of a probationary period. Should teleworking be permitted by a hiring department after the 6 month requirement, the County supports a telework schedule that consists of a maximum of two (2) days per week. Code Compliance Officer I (Entry level) $38.18 - $45.35 Hourly $3,054.40 - $3,628.00 Biweekly $6,617.86 - $7,860,66 Monthly $79,414.40 - $94,328.00 Annually Code Compliance Officer II (Journey level) $41.54 - $49.57 Hourly $3,323.20 - $3,965.60 Biweekly $7,200.26 - $8,592.13 Monthly $86,403.20 - $103,105.60 Annually Code Compliance Officer III (Advanced level) $45.35 - $54.22 Hourly $3,628.00 - $4,337.60 Biweekly $7,860.66 - $9,398.13 Monthly $94,328.00 - $112,777.60 Annually The ideal candidate: A high degree of integrity and ethics with a focus on delivering excellent customer service, The ability to write and communicate effectively with members of the regulated community. The ability to research topics independently and apply critical thinking skills. This recruitment is being conducted to fill one full-time vacancy in the Planning, Building & Environmental Services. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Code Compliance Officer I One year of experience performing duties involving code compliance or two years of related work experience utilizing zoning and land use, building, health, or other related regulations. Code Compliance Officer II Two years of experience performing duties involving code compliance, including at least one year equivalent to a Code Compliance Officer with the County of Napa, or three years in building, zoning, and land use, law enforcement, or environmental health inspection in a governmental agency. Code Compliance Officer III Three years of experience performing duties involving code compliance, including at least one year equivalent to a Code Compliance Officer II with the County of Napa, or four years in building, zoning, and land use, law enforcement, or environmental health inspection in a governmental agency. Education: Academic courses include code enforcement, zoning and land use regulations, investigative techniques and methods, construction and/or building inspection, public health, planning, environmental studies, law enforcement, and biological and physical sciences. License or Certificate*: Possession of PC 832 Powers of Arrest (POST Certified) is required within one year of appointment. Possession of a Code Enforcement Certification from an approved and accredited organization upon appointment, or obtained within one year of appointment, in accordance with California Health and Safety Code, Section 26205-26217. Possession of a valid driver's license at the appropriate level, including special endorsements, as required by the State of California, may be required depending upon the assignment to perform the essential job functions of the position. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process Application Deadline 5:00 pm PST, March 1, 2024 Application Screening By March 4, 2024 Supplemental Question Scoring Week of March 4, 2024 Supplemental questions will be scored by subject matter experts. Only the most qualified applicants from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview. Oral Panel Interview Tentatively scheduled for the week of March 18. 2024 Only the most qualified candidates from the Oral Panel Interview will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. Establish Eligible List Tentatively scheduled for the week of March 25, 2024 The most qualified candidates will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time. Example of Duties To view the full job descriptions, including example of duties, please click here: Code Compliance Officer I , Code Compliance Officer II , or Code Compliance Officer III. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3101). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: 3/1/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Feb 16, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position The Department of Planning, Building, & Environmental Services (PBES) serves our community by enforcing a fair, efficient, and open process that balances the diverse needs of agriculture, the economy, health and safety, and the environment. As a member of PBES you will work alongside employees from the following PBES Divisions: Building, Code Enforcement, Engineering, Environmental Health, Natural Resources, Parks, Planning, and Staff Services. Learn more about PBES HERE . Environmental Health The Environmental Health Division is responsible for implementation of State and local programs with the goal of protecting public health, including permitting and inspections of retail food facilities, public pools, employee housing camps, mobile home parks, small water systems, on-site wastewater systems, wells, groundwater permits, facilities that possess and store hazardous materials, underground or above ground storage tanks. Environmental Health staff also provide emergency response support and oversight of cleanup of sewage and hazardous materials releases. Staff work under the authority of the County Public Health Officer to respond to health emergencies. About the Position The Environmental Health Specialist I/II conducts inspections, investigations, evaluations, reviews plans and reports, prepares written reports and records, processes permits, ensures compliance with laws and regulations governing environmental health, and provides consultation and informational services to the public. The ideal candidate for the Consumer Protection Team will have: A high degree of integrity and ethics with a focus on delivering excellent customer service, The ability to write and communicate effectively with members of the regulated community. The ability to research topics independently and apply critical thinking skills. The skill to navigate complex laws/regulations in addition to the technical expertise required for this position. Familiarity with the oversight of hazardous materials in a regulatory setting. This recruitment is being conducted to fill one full-time vacancy which may be filled at the Environmental Health Specialist I or Environmental Health Specialist II level depending on qualifications, in the Planning, Building & Environmental Services, Environmental Health Division, Consumer Protection Team. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Environmental Health Specialist I ($37.44 - $44.61/hour) Experience: No related experience is required. Education: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in the biological or physical sciences. Possession of a current evaluation letter from the California, Department of Public Health stating applicant is certifiable as an Environmental Health Specialist Trainee under the provisions of Section 106660 of the California Health and Safety Code. Environmental Health Specialist II ($44.07 - $52.61/hour) Experience: One year of responsible experience in the field of environmental health and safety regulation and enforcement. Education: Equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with Bachelor's degree in the biological or physical sciences. License or Certificate*: Environmental Health Specialist I Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Environmental Health Specialist II Possession of a valid certificate as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist issued by the California Department of Public Health. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process Application Deadline 5:00 pm PST, March 15, 2024 Application Screening By March 18, 2024 Supplemental Question Scoring Week of March 18, 2024 Supplemental questions will be scored by subject matter experts. Only the most qualified applicants from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview. Oral Panel Interview Tentatively scheduled for the week of April 8, 2024 Only the most qualified candidates from the Oral Panel Interview will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. Establish Eligible List Tentatively scheduled for the week of April 15, 2024 The most qualified candidates will be placed on the eligibility list and may be considered to fill positions for up to one year. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties for Environmental Health Specialist I , Environmental Health Specialist II . Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3101). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: 3/15/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Jan 31, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position The Behavioral Health Quality Coordinator is generally responsible for tracking state and federal regulatory requirements and ensuring that they are assimilated into the County's Health and Human Services Agency's operational practices. This recruitment is being conducted to fill 1 (one) full-time vacancy. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: Four or more years of employment in a program delivering mental health services supported through state and/or federal funding. Education: A Master's degree in behavioral health or a closely related discipline. License or Certificate*: Possession of one of the following valid licenses issued by the State of California is strongly preferred: Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to change the recruitment process at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE. ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Jan 31, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer https://www.youtube.com/embed/D9a6TEtPNtY?&wmode=opaque&rel=0 As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position An Alcohol and Drug Counselor III is responsible for conducting the more complex individual, family and group counseling services to clients involved in alcohol and drug abuse programs and assist in the coordination of the alcohol and drug abuse programs and activities. The eligibility list established from this recruitment will be used to fill regular full-time, part-time, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to twelve (12) months. There is currently 1 (one) vacancy. The available shift is 11am-8pm Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience : Two years of alcohol and drug counseling experience in a state certified program. Education : Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in psychology, social work, counseling or closely related field. (Additional qualifying experience in a certified alcohol or drug program may be substituted for two years of the required college education on a year-for-year basis.) Certification : Pursuant to Government Code Section 13010, applicants must be able to provide proof of certification or registration to obtain certification by a State approved Alcohol & Drug Counselor Certification Organization within 6 months of date of hire. Applicants who are currently certified are highly desired. Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required. Possession of a current First Aid and CPR certificate is required. Applicants who are otherwise acceptable, but lack the required certificates, may be appointed with the provision that the required certificates must be obtained within six months after initial appointment. Special Qualifications: Candidates may be subject to a pre-employment drug and alcohol test. Candidates will have to take and pass a tuberculosis (TB) test. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Jan 30, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is currently accepting applications for the position of Engineering Manager in the Planning, Building, and Environmental Services Department Please apply directly online by clicking the "apply" button at the top of this announcement. Candidates must attach a cover letter (addressed to Patrick Ryan, Assistant Director of Planning, Building, and Environmental Services Department), a resume and three-five professional references. The Engineering Manager brochure can be viewed here: Engineering Manager . To review the full job description including the examples of duties, please click HERE. To learn more about Planning, Building and Environmental Services Department, please click HERE. Napa County is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Non-Classified - Other Closing Date/Time: 3/1/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Jan 09, 2024
Full Time
The Napa Valley Internationally known for its fine wines, exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to approximately 135,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural and open space heritage. Located in the heart of California’s preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley’s strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. From the shores of Lake Berryessa and the peak of Mount Saint Helena to the Calistoga natural springs and the redwood forests of the Mayacamas Mountains, Napa County is a rural, scenic and historically-rich community. Home to the Napa Valley Film Festival, Bottlerock, the Fortinet Pro Golf Tournament, and Auction Napa Valley, Napa County offers many activities to its residents and visitors including fine dining, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and wine tasting, among many others. Napa County as an Employer Napa County is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At Napa County, we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. The Position Napa County Health and Human Services Agency seeks a forward-thinking, creative, and innovative leader who possesses a strong commitment to the mission of the Agency, exemplifies core ethical principles and integrity, and is truly dedicated to serving the Napa community by helping those most in need. This Executive Leadership Team position directs, manages, supervises, and coordinates the activities and operations of the Comprehensive Services for Older Adults Division within HHSA, including adult protective services, in-home supportive services (IHSS), IHSS Public Authority, veterans services, public guardian/administrator/conservator services, and co-located related eligibility and mental health programs. Within an integrated Health and Human Services Agency, the position coordinates older adult services with other divisions, departments, the Area Agency on Aging and other programs to provide a network of support for older adults. The incumbent will support the local efforts to operationalize the master plan for aging and other opportunities for which the State is providing a framework and funding and will actively pursue grant funding opportunities to strengthen and expand programming for older adults and adults with disabilities. As a member of HHSA’s Executive Leadership Team, this position provides highly responsible and complex administrative and operational support to the Director of Health & Human Services, and is aligned with the mission, vision, and values of HHSA leading by example in fostering collaborative management with a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is an “at will” classification. diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is an “at will” classification. To see the full recruitment brochure, click link below: Deputy Director of HHSA - Comprehensive Services for Older Adults HOW TO APPLY: This position is open until filled. Submit Cover Letter and Resume to: Craig W. Southerland Public Service Search (619) 393-9508 csoutherland@publicservicesearch.com Napa County is an equal employment opportunity employer. MANAGEMENT CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forManagement ClassifiedEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25879/Benefits-Summary---Management-Classified-Employees THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted.
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 27, 2023
Variable Shift
The Napa Valley NapaCounty is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE. The Position Senior Mental Health Workers provide professional clinical casework counseling and treatment services to individuals with behavioral health needs and provide consultation, information, and education to community groups, agencies, and individuals on human services programs. This position will work directly within the Mobile Response Team (MRT) providing community-based crisis intervention services to individuals experiencing or recovering from a behavioral health crisis. Shifts for this position will cover after-hours (5pm-10pm) and weekends. There is currently 1 (one) extra help vacancy. The list established by this recruitment may also be used to fill future extra help vacancies for up to one year. Being bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required. POSITION REQUIREMENTS Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: Two years of counseling experience in a mental health program including at least one year of case management. Education: Equivalent to completion of four years of college with major course work in psychology, sociology, or closely related field. (Additional qualifying experience can substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis). License or Certificate: * *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Possession of a valid California driver's license may be required for some assignments. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS: A person employed in this class must be willing to work irregular hours and holidays and weekends as needed. SPECIAL PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: An objective and empathetic understanding of the mentally and emotionally disturbed, tolerance, tact, and emotional stability. THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the FULL JOB DESCRIPTION including the example of duties HERE . ADA ACCOMMODATION Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 27, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small-town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer https://www.youtube.com/embed/D9a6TEtPNtY?&wmode=opaque&rel=0 As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position Napa County is seeking an experienced professional to serve as the Behavioral Health Manager in the Clinical and Network area. This position will plan, organize, and manage the day-to-day clinical operations of a comprehensive community behavioral health delivery system, including network providers. A Behavioral Health Manager assists in the management of a major division/service area in HHSA that includes multiple work groups of significant depth and complexity. Responsibilities include participation in the overall management and administration of a division, including development of division objectives and design and implementation of supporting programs, processes, policies, and/or procedures to successfully achieve those objectives. The Behavioral Health Manager may also share responsibility for the development, administration, and control of associated budgets and act in the absence of the Assistant Deputy Director. The Ideal Candidate will possess the following: * Strong leadership skills * Exemplary supervisory skills and demonstrated competencies managing a diverse workforce * Demonstrated professional success in the design and management of community mental health services * Proven track record of program planning and development, flexibility and the ability to perform independently under demanding time and fiscal constraints. Position Requirements EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible professional program experience in a behavioral health, social service, or human services program including three years of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Education: A Bachelor’s degree in social work, clinical or counseling psychology, public administration, or a related field is required. A Master’s degree is desirable. License or Certificate: Possession of a valid driver’s license. Possession of a valid license issued by the State of California as a Clinical Social Worker, Clinical Psychologist, Registered Nurse, or Marriage and Family Therapist is desirable. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. Human Resources reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE . Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. MANAGEMENT CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forManagement ClassifiedEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25879/Benefits-Summary---Management-Classified-Employees THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 22, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley NapaCounty is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,400 employees. As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE. The Position This is a recruitment opportunity for a Licensed/Registered Mental Health Counselor, Spanish speaking required, vacancy in Alcohol and Drug Services treatment outpatient unit. This position requires the ability to conduct Assessments and provide Diagnosis for Substance Use Disorders, develop treatment plans, and conduct groups and individual treatment sessions for clients with SUD and/or Co-Occurring Disorders, including pregnant and/or parenting women. This position will involve working closely with partnering agencies, such as Child Welfare Services and probation. Experience in Medi-Cal or Drug Medi-Cal service documentation highly desired. This position may be filled with the Licensed or Unlicensed Registered Associate classification, depending on qualifications. POSITION REQUIREMENTS Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Mental Health Counselor - Unlicensed Registered Associate ( $45.18 - $ 53.87/ Hour) Experience: Two years experience in the provision of mental health and/ or substance abuse counseling services. Education: Possession of a master's degree from an accredited college or university in social work, Marriage and Family Counseling, clinical psychology, counseling, or a closely related field and registration by the State of California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. License or Certificate:* T his position is expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to assignments and hours worked, public transportation may not be an efficient method for traveling to required locations. Individuals appointed will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License while employed. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Loss of the required State licensure/registration may result in termination or reassignment. Mental Health Counselor - Licensed ( $46.79 - $55.89/Hour) Experience: Two years supervised experience in a mental health and/or substance use disorder setting providing direct services to mentally or emotionally impacted persons, including co-occurring and addiction concerns. Education: Possession of a master's degree from an accredited college or university in Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, clinical or counseling psychology, or a closely related field. Required License : Current license by the State of California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as either a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or **Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); OR Current license by the State of California as a Licensed Psychologist. Additional License or Certificate:* Incumbent in this position is expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to assignments and hours worked, public transportation may not be an efficient method for traveling to required locations. Individuals appointed will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License while employed. **Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) must include the additional training and education to treat couples or families, as required under BPC section 4999.20(a)(3)(A).*** *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Loss of the required State licensure may result in termination or reassignment. THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the FULL JOB DESCRIPTION including the example of duties for Mental Health Counselor (Registered) and Mental Health Counselor (Licensed) . Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. BENEFITS Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA ACCOMMODATION Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 20, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer https://www.youtube.com/embed/D9a6TEtPNtY?&wmode=opaque&rel=0 As an organization, Napa County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position The Behavioral Health Utilization Review (UR) Coordinator is responsible for utilization review activities with respect to mental health services provided by Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) staff or by providers under contract with HHSA. The incumbent in this position is concerned with outpatient and residential services provided by HHSA staff within the Mental Health Division or by providers under contract with HHSA and youth treatment services provided under contract with HHSA. This position currently supervises two staff members. Position Requirements Experience and Education: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: Four or more years of employment in a program delivering mental health and/or alcohol and drug services supported through state and/or federal funding. Behavioral Health experience is highly desired. Education: A Master's degree in behavioral health or a closely related discipline. License: Possession of one of the following valid licenses issued by the State of California is required: Licensed Clinical Psychologist; Licensed Clinical Social Worker; Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required. Language Proficiency: May require bilingual skills. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be accepted on-line until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed for verification of possession of one of the required licenses and supplemental questions reviewed as they are received until the current vacancy is filled. 3. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. The most qualified candidates from the oral panel interview will be placed on the eligibility list for up to twelve months. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties HERE. Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3102). Benefits Learn more about the benefits package for this position HERE . ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 19, 2023
Variable Shift
The Napa Valley NapaCounty is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Discover the difference you can make: Come work with us at Napa County - YouTube Napa County as an Employer As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn HERE . The Position An eligibility list is being established to fill current and future Extra Help vacancies for the Agricultural and Standards Service Worker I/II at Napa County. This is a temporary, seasonal position. Generally, seasons run from February/March through September/October. We have an immediate need for the 2024 season. Opportunity to return for subsequent seasons may be available and is dependent upon program needs. Please note: Extra help employees are not eligible for promotional opportunities that are open to regular part-time and full-time employees. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future Extra Help vacancies for up to one year. About the Department: The Napa County Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures Department is a vital administrative body responsible for overseeing and regulating agricultural practices and ensuring fair and accurate measurement standards within Napa County, California. This department plays a crucial role in safeguarding the integrity of Napa Valley's renowned wine industry, as well as the broader agricultural sector, by enforcing laws and regulations related to pest control, crop quality, and product labeling. Simultaneously, it safeguards consumer interests by ensuring the accuracy of weights and measures in commercial transactions, contributing to the region's economic and agricultural prosperity while upholding industry and consumer trust. About the Position: The Agricultural and Standards Service Worker position within the Agricultural Commissioner's Office is a para-professional role that supports the professional staff in the fields of agriculture and weights and measures. The role's responsibilities and advancement within the series are contingent on an individual's education and experience levels. Agricultural and Standards Service Worker I is the entry-level position, involving closely supervised tasks and support to professionals. As knowledge and expertise grow, duties may progress to the more complex level of Agricultural and Standards Service Worker II, with incumbents expected to advance upon demonstrating competency and meeting the necessary requirements. Ideal Candidate: The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail, excellent organizational abilities, and effective communication skills are essential for success in this role. The ideal candidate should demonstrate a willingness to learn, adapt, and collaborate with professional staff. Additionally, a commitment to following regulations and procedures, a solid work ethic, and a genuine interest in agricultural and weights and measures functions are important qualities for this position. Position Requirements: Agricultural and Standards Service Worker I ($29.84/hour - $35.32/hour) Agricultural and Standards Service Worker II ($32.16/hour - $38.11/hour) To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge and abilities. A desirable combination is: Agricultural and Standards Service Worker I Experience: No related experience is required. Education: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade. License or Certificate* Possession of a valid California Driver's License. Agricultural and Standards Service Worker II Experience: No related experience is required. Education: Equivalent to completion of two years of college with major coursework in agriculture or biological science, or related field. (Additional qualifying experience performing work in pest detection, pest management, pest control operations, or other agricultural related work can be substituted for the education on a year for year basis.) License or Certificate* Possession of a valid California Driver's License. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Recruitment Process: 1. Applications will be accepted online on a continuous basis until the vacancies are filled. 2. Subject Matter Experts will review responses from the supplemental questions on a continuous basis. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of supplemental questions will be invited to an Oral Panel Interview. 3. Oral Panel Interviews will be scheduled on a continuous basis by the hiring department. Only the most qualified candidates from Oral Panel Interviews will be placed on the eligibility list and referred to the hiring manager for further consideration. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties View the full job description including the example of duties for these positions below. - Agricultural & Standard Service Worker I HERE - Agricultural & Standard Service Worker II HERE Disaster Service Workers: Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, flood, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3101). ADA Accommodation: Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam.
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley The Napa Valley - Internationally known for its fine wines exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,400 employees. As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. The Position There is one vacancy for a Mental Health Counselor - Licensed/Registered Intern position that will work directly within the Older Adult Mental Health Unit and will perform duties related to assessing client mental health needs and treatment planning, as well as monitoring clients in placement and travel to facilities outside of Napa County. The caseload primarily consists of conserved older adults who need intensive case management. This is a great opportunity for a licensed clinician or experienced intern who is interested in working in the field and providing front line services to the most vulnerable elderly and disabled clients. SALARY: Mental Health Counselor - Unlicensed Registered Associate $45.18 - $ 53.87 Hourly $3,614.40 - $4,309.60 Biweekly $7,831.20 - $9,337.46 Monthly $93,974.40 - $112,049.60 Annually Mental Health Counselor - Licensed $46.79 - $55.89 Hourly $3,743.20 - $4,471.20 Biweekly $8,110.26 - $9,687.60 Monthly $97,323.20 - $116,251.20 Annually The Recruitment Process: 1. Applications will be accepted on-line on a continuous basis until the current vacancy is filled. 2. Applications will be reviewed as they are received for verification of possession of one of the required licenses. Candidates who possess one of the required licenses will have their supplemental questions scored on a flow basis until the current vacancy is filled. 3. Only the most qualified candidates from the scoring of the supplemental questions will be invited for an Oral Panel Interview on a flow basis until the current vacancy is filled. Only the most qualified candidates from the Oral Panel Interviews will be placed on the eligibility list and referred to the hiring manager for consideration for the position. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Prepare assessments including diagnoses, determining an individual's developmental, medical, personal, social, emotional, behavioral and substance use/abuse history; determining mental health status and any acute and/or chronic mental health needs that meet medical necessity for mental health services; assess for level of danger to self or others and refer for crisis services when appropriate; work collaboratively with individuals, placement facilities and families to facilitate a client determined plan of care including specific goals and objectives; provide clinical casework services to individuals including case management, making appropriate referrals for agency and community based services, housing and other supports for activities of daily living; conduct individual, dyadic, family or group therapy, and other clinically directed mental health services in the various Health and Human Services programs; provide crisis intervention and supportive individual counseling on issues related to specific mental health conditions and mental health treatment, understanding medication management, substance abuse, co-morbid conditions, etc.; interpret and explain to clients, relatives, support persons and community groups the social and emotional factors pertaining to mental illness, how behaviors may be related to mental illness and how wellness may be supported; interpret, evaluate and apply modern evidence based and other methods of alleviating emotional and behavioral challenges; use outcome measures to track effectiveness of treatment efforts; maintain contacts with agencies and community groups dealing with developmental, social, emotional, educational, health, substance abuse, adult protective services and legal/probation issues; prepare reports, correspondence, outcome surveys and maintain timely documentation including: assessments, diagnoses, wellness and recovery plans, treatment progress notes, progress reports, discharge summaries, incident reports and other data. Present information to the court when necessary for clients who are conserved or in the process of conservatorship. Typical Qualifications KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles, practices, techniques, trends and literature of clinical interviewing, casework, diagnosis and assessment, wellness and recovery, and client directed care. Theories, principles and techniques of individual, dyadic, family and group counseling and therapy, and other clinical methodologies appropriate for treatment of targeted populations, including evidence based practices. Techniques of evaluating and modifying behavior. Planning, development and implementation of comprehensive client directed wellness plans. Culturally specific/effective approaches to working with diverse cultural populations. Report preparation and case documentation. Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations governing mental health, substance abuse, child abuse and elder abuse. Public and private health, mental health substance abuse and social services community resources. SKILL TO: Conduct accurate and thorough interviews, which involve assessing client status, history, chemical dependency and related mental health information. Prepare diagnosis and assessments of mental and emotional disorders. Formulate, implement and monitor casework treatment plans. Conduct individual, dyadic, family and group counseling (psychotherapy) and other clinically base mental health services. Collect, interpret and utilize feedback data to maximize effectiveness of services. Prepare complex and detailed reports and maintain the reports. Understand, interpret and apply complex mental health technical materials and applicable laws, codes and regulations. Make appropriate referrals to other providers for mental health services. Understand impact of cultural, gender, socio-economic status and trauma on the manifestation of emotional distress, mental illness and maladaptive behaviors. Engage and collaborate effectively with individuals of various ages and socio-economic backgrounds, cultural groups and those with physical, behavioral and/or emotional challenges. Establish and maintain professional relationships with clients, children, community and agency representatives, County employees and the public. ABILITY TO: Work in a standard office setting as well as in the field, client homes, out of county board and care, as well as locked treatment programs, etc. Use repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including using a computer keyboard. Communicate verbally and in writing, in English, to exchange information. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge and abilities. A desirable combination is: Mental Health Counselor - Licensed Experience: Two years supervised experience in a mental health setting providing direct services to mentally or emotionally disabled persons, including dual diagnosis and addiction concerns for those assigned to the substance abuse setting. AND Education: Possession of a master's degree from an accredited college or university in Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, clinical or counseling psychology, or a closely related field. Required License: Current license by the State of California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as either a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or **Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC); OR Current license by the State of California as a Licensed Psychologist. Loss of the required State license may result in termination or reassignment. **Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) must include the additional training and education to treat couples or families, as required under BPC section 4999.20(a)(3)(A).*** Mental Health Counselor - Unlicensed Registered Intern Experience: Two years experience in the provision of mental health counseling services. Education: Possession of a master's degree from an accredited college or university in social work, Marriage and Family Counseling, clinical psychology, counseling, or a closely related field and registration by the State of California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. License or Certificate:* Incumbent in this position is expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to assignments and hours worked, public transportation may not be an efficient method for traveling to required locations. Individuals appointed will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License while employed. ADA ACCOMMODATION Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley The Napa Valley - Internationally known for its fine wines, exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,400 employees. As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. The Position The Forensic Mental Health Counselor provides professional mental health forensic services for the adult correctional facility. Services include, but are not limited to, clinical assessments, counseling, crisis intervention and continuing care services. The eligibility list generated from this recruitment will be used to fill full-time permanent, part-time permanent, limited term, and extra help vacancies for up to twelve months. The Recruitment Process 1. Applications will be reviewed for minimum qualifications. Those that possess the minimum qualifications will be placed on the eligibility list and referred to the hiring department for further consideration. The Human Resources Department reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. SALARY: Forensic Mental Health Counselor - Registered $45.76 - $54.73 Hourly $3,660.80 - $4,378.40 Biweekly $7,931.73 - $9,486.53 Monthly $95,180.80 - $113,838.40 Forensic Mental Health Counselor - Licensed $47. 45 - $ 56. 65 Hourly $3,796.00 - $4,532.00 Biweekly $8,224.66 - $9,819.33 Monthly $98,696.00 - $117,832.00 Annually Additional Pay Incentives HIRING BONUS: Applicants appointed to this position will receive a o ne-time signing bonus of $5,000; $2,500 of the hiring bonus will be paid in the second pay period of employment and the remaining $2,500 bonus will be paid upon successful completion of probation period. LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM: Applicants appointed to this position who attended and received a degree (Associate's or Bachelor's) consisting of a minimum of 60 credits/units at a regionally accredited school by the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions are eligible to receive a payment up to $20,000 (or $30,000 if certified bilingual by Napa County) towards student loan(a). Loans must be existing loans, which the employee can prove they held as of their hire date and was borrowed while attending the accredited institution during the time the degree was earned. All payments will be made directly to the student loan lender once appropriate verifications have been made. In order to be eligible for loan forgiveness, the employee must complete five (5) years of satisfactory service with Napa County, without break in service. Example of Duties The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Napa County Health and Human Services Mental Health Division is contracted with the Napa County Department of Corrections to provide crises services, mental health treatment, case management, and release coordination for inmates who have been identified as having mental health needs during their detention within the facility. These individuals have a variety of criminogenic, social, and psychiatric needs which are addressed through coordination between the HHSA-Mental Health staff, NCDC correctional officers, and other organizations. The Forensic Mental Health Counselor position covers designated shifts in the Napa County Department of Corrections, which may include evening and night work. Job duties include: conduct crisis intervention and assessments, conduct forensically-oriented individual and group therapy and case management; conduct collateral contacts and maintain clinical case notes and documentation of services provided; prepare reports as requested for the courts; prepare and maintain records and documentation as per the requirements of the County of Napa and relevant State authorities; and make recommendations to the NCDC administration and staff as requested; Provide other shift coverage as needed. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE OF: State codes and regulations pertaining to the commitment and release of judicially committed mentally ill clients, and the provision of treatment to mentally ill offenders. Theories of human behavior and personality development. Case management techniques for mentally ill adults/juveniles. Personality disorders diagnosed among mentally ill offenders. Social, economic, and psychological factors relating to crime and adult offenders. Mental and emotional illnesses, and professional methods for assessment and treatment. Community resources available for mentally ill offenders. Pharmacology of medications and psychotropic drug treatment. SKILL/ABILITY TO: Assess patient behavior including emotional and mental problems and develop and implement effective and appropriate treatment plans. Conduct effective and appropriate individual and group therapy. Analyze situations accurately, make recommendations and take appropriate action. Analyze data and prepare reports. Establish and maintain case notes, client records, and other required documentation. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Prepare and maintain clear, concise, and complete reports and correspondence. Perform assigned tasks with a minimum of supervision. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess the following combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge and abilities. A desirable combination is: Forensic Mental Health Counselor - Registered Experience : No experience required. Education: Possession of a Master's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in social work, clinical or counseling psychology, or a field of study approved by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences. License or Certificate*: Acceptance by the California State Board of Behavioral Science (Board) as a candidate for licensure (registered intern/associate) as either an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, Associate Clinical Social Worker, or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor, or other Board approved equivalent license/registration. Possession of a valid California driver's license is required. *Failure to obtain required license within the statutory defined timelines or loss of State registration shall result in termination. Forensic Mental Health Counselor - Licensed Experience: One year of professional, post-masters experience providing treatment and counseling in a mental health agency. Professional forensic counseling is highly desired. Education: Possession of a Master's degree with a major in social work, clinical or counseling psychology, or a closely related behavioral science field, and completion of a university approved clinical internship in a mental health agency. License or Certificate*: Possession of any of the following valid licenses issued by the State of California: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, or Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Possession of a valid California driver's license is required. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Loss of the required State licensure may result in termination or reassignment. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Incumbents in this classification may work after hours, evenings, and/or weekends, as required. ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam.
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley Napa County is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE. The Position We appreciate your interest in the profession of Deputy Sheriff. We strongly recommend that you find out as much as you can about the Napa County Sheriff's Department and law enforcement in general on the County's website Sheriff | Napa County, CA (countyofnapa.org) . You can also contact the Sheriff's Administrative Lieutenant at 707-253-4501 or sheriff-recruitment@countyofnapa.org for additional information. Qualifications: 1. You must have a verifiable T-Score of 42 or higher that has been issued no earlier than one year before you submit this application. If you are in the process of acquiring a verifiable T-Score of 42.0 or higher on the P.O.S.T. Pellet-B examination, your T-Score must be provided to Human Resources no later than the date of your oral panel interview. It is your responsibility to locate an agency for the P.O.S.T. Pellet-B testing. Some local testing agencies are listed below: Sacramento County Sheriff's Office The Academy South Bay Regional Public Safety Training It is the applicant's responsibility to contact the agency, take the test, and provide the qualifying T-Score results to Human Resources within the required time frame. You can send the T-Score via email to marygrace.castor@countyofnapa.org. Please include your full name and Pellet-B T-Score in the subject line of the email. If you have your T-score at the time of application, attach your T-score to your application. 2. You must be an United States citizen or permanent resident (or in the application process) at the time of application. 3. You must be at least 20 1/2 years of age at the time of your application submission . 4. You must have a valid California driver's license. If you are an out-of-state applicant, you must possess a valid driver's license for the state in which you reside, but must be able to successfully obtain a California driver's license. Additional Pay Incentives HIRING BONUS : Newly hired Deputy Sheriff Trainee will receive $5,000. $2,500 of the hiring bonus will be paid in the second pay period of employment. The remaining $2,500 bonus will be paid upon successful completion of probationary period. LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM : Applicants who attended and received a degree (Associate's or Bachelor's) consisting of a minimum of 60 credits/units at a regionally accredited school by the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions are eligible to receive a payment up to $20,000 (or $30,000 if certified bilingual by Napa County) towards student loan(s). Loans must be existing loans, which the employee can prove they held as of their hire date and was borrowed while attending the accredited institution during the time the degree was earned. All payments will be made directly to the student loan lender once appropriate verifications have been made. In order to be eligible for this loan forgiveness, the employee must have completed five (5) years of satisfactory service with Napa County, without a break in service. EMPLOYEE REFERRAL BONUS : County employees who refer a candidate for Deputy Sheriff Trainee will receive a recruitment bonus of $750 upon the successful completion of a one year probationary period. Employee's names must be listed on the candidate's application prior to submission. EDUCATIONAL REIMBURSEMENT : County employees are eligible for reimbursement up to $1,500 per fiscal year for tuition and books upon successful completion of County approved college or university courses or other courses directly related to the candidate's job duties. BILINGUAL PAY : For bilingual speaking skills, Deputy Sheriff Trainees are eligible to receive $60 for Level I and $80 for Level II, per pay period, upon the recommendation of the hiring manager. Recruitment Process: 1. Application review for minimum qualifications will be conducted on a periodic basis. 2. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications must attend the mandatory, in-person Information Session and Physical Agility Test (PAT). Applicants will receive a subsequent email invitation to sign up for the Information Session and Physical Agility Test once a date has been established by the Sheriff's Office. The Information Session will consist of a detailed discussion about the Deputy Sheriff Trainee position and the completion of a pre-background questionnaire. Business attire is expected for the Information Session. The PAT will take place immediately after the information session. You may bring a change of gym clothes with you for the PAT portion of the session. Physical Agility Test (PAT) scores from other agencies are not accepted, so please do not submit them. The Physical Agility Test (PAT) will consist of the following: - 32-foot dummy drag - 500-yard run - 6-foot solid wall climb 3. Applicants who successfully complete the Informational Session (including the pre-background questionnaire) and the Physical Agility Test, will be invited to participate in the Oral Panel Interviews. Candidates must have a verifiable T-Score of 42.0 or higher received by Human Resources by the time of their interview date in order to participate in Oral Panel Interviews. 4. The dates for Oral Panel Interviews will be provided with advanced notice. . Human Resources reserve the right to make changes to the recruitment process or the timeline at any time. Example of Duties The successful candidate will attend the basic Police Academy to prepare and learn the duties and responsibilities for the position of Deputy Sheriff. The class of Deputy Sheriff Trainee is the beginning of the career ladder of the law enforcement classes. The position is a non-sworn, civilian training classification to be used while incumbents are attending a certified Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic Police Academy. The P.O.S.T. approved police academy, as described in and required by Section 832 of California Penal Code, consists of intensive instruction on law enforcement procedures combined with rigorous physical fitness training. Incumbents in this classification receive the same employee benefits as Deputy Sheriff with the exceptions that they will be placed in the miscellaneous retirement category until successful completion of a designated police academy, and as civilian employees, they will not be covered by Government Code Sections 4850 and 3300 through 3311. Upon satisfactory completion of academy training, incumbents will be sworn in as peace officers; placed in the Safety retirement category and appointed to the Deputy Sheriff I classification and begin a one (1) year probationary period. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE OF: None required. SKILL TO: Communicate orally in English with instructors and classmates. Communicate in writing in English to prepare documents required in the Academy. Demonstrate an aptitude for law enforcement work. Learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations. Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system. ABILITY TO: Interact effectively and courteously with instructors and classmates. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Follow written directions pertaining to assigned tasks while attending the Academy. Ability to observe and accurately remember names, faces, numbers, incidents and places. Meet standards of adequate physical stature, endurance and agility. ENTRY LEVEL REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS Must be able to provide proof of successful completion of a P.O.S.T. entry level law enforcement written exam with a minimum T-Score of 42 or above, by the time of the oral interview process. Must be able to provide proof of United States citizenship. Must have a High School diploma or G.E.D. Must be able to provide proof of age requirement which is 21 years of age. Must be at least 20 1/2 years of age at the time of application. Must be able to work holidays, weekends, graveyard shifts and irregular hours. Must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation and polygraph. Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical, drug test and psychiatric evaluation. Felony Disqualification: Pursuant to Government Code Section 1029, persons convicted of a felony are disqualified from employment as peace officers except as provided under Welfare and Institutions Code, Division 2, Chapter 3, Article 8, Section 1179 (b), or Division 2.5, Chapter 1, Article 4, Section 1772 (b). Except as provided for by these statutes, persons convicted of a felony are not eligible to compete for, or be appointed to, positions in these classes. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge, skills and abilities. A desirable combination is: Experience: None required. Education: Equivalent to completion of high school. Equivalent to completion of two years of college is highly desired. License or Certificate*: Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. ADA Accommodation: Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer DEPUTY SHERIFF'S ASSOCIATION BENEFITS INFORMATION ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO- https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25883/Benefits-Summary---Safety-Law-Enforcement-Employees Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley The Napa Valley - Internationally known for its fine wines exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Napa County as an Employer The County of Napa is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, flexible hours, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At the County of Napa we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. This is why we are the Employer of Choice for more than 1,400 employees. As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. The Position Child Protective Services Workers I/II demonstrate complex social services techniques and expertise in their respective cases. Casework is generally in the areas of adoptions and protective services. The responsibilities may include authorizing the provision of services and, in some cases, directly providing such services. Title IV-E graduate students who will graduate in the next three (3) months are strongly encouraged to apply. A letter from their graduate school which indicates meeting all the requirements for the degree and MSW will be conferred on the date of graduation is required for submission at the time of application. Failure to submit this documentation will result in disqualification from further consideration. Vacancies may be filled at either the I or II level depending on education and experience. Being bilingual in Spanish is preferred but not required. SALARY: Child Protective Services Worker I: $ 48. 56 - $ 58. 01 Hourly $3,884.80 - $4,640.80 Biweekly $8,417.06 - $10,055.06 Monthly $101,004.80 - $ 120,660.80 Annually Child Protective Services Worker II : $ 52. 04 - $ 62. 32 Hourly $4,163.20 - $ 4,985.60 Biweekly $9,020.26 - $10,802.13 Monthly $108,243.20 - $ 129,625.60 Annually The Recruitment Process: 1. Applications will be accepted on-line on a continuous basis. 2. Subject Matter Experts will review responses from supplemental questions on a continuous basis. The most qualified candidates from the scoring of supplemental questions will be invited to an Oral Panel Interview. 3. Oral Panel Interviews will be scheduled on a continuous basis by the hiring department. Only the most qualified candidates from Oral Panel Interviews will be placed on the eligibility list and referred to the hiring manager for further consideration. Human Resources reserves the right to make changes to the recruitment process and schedule at any time. Example of Duties The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Investigates child abuse and neglect allegations by interviewing and counseling parents, children, and adolescents, analyzing information and data collected, determining degree of danger and risk of future abuse and neglect, determining if removal of the child from the home is necessary, and conducting time sensitive investigations per court order or in compliance with State of California law Investigate and assess alleged child abuse/neglect complaints, often under time constraints and stressful conditionsvisit clients in their residence to assess suitability of living conditions and capabilities of parents and/or caretakersevaluate the presence and level of risk to the client utilizing Safety Organized Practice and Structured Decision MakingProvides intervention services pertaining to children and families as deemed appropriate.Provides verbal and written recommendations, in regard to the case planning for children, to representatives of the juvenile court, family court, residential treatment centers/programs, and other agencies.Facilitates family reunification by monitoring behavior and progress displayed by family members, interacting with family members to provide encouragement and support, and provide services so that children may be successfully reunified with their parents; documents family reunification and maintenance steps by writing progress reports and case plans that serve as legal documents or court orders.Prepares appropriate case plans with parental input, as per court orders or voluntary services, by using the automated CWS/CMS system, and submits such plans to the assigned supervisor and courts for approval.Prepare extensive court reports and testify in court; assist attorneys in preparation of court actions and coordinate the service of subpoenas.administer and process court-ordered drug testsinterpret state policies, rules, and regulations to clients, applicants, and other involved partiesUses automated case management (CMS/CWS) systems to write status reports and document actions pertaining to assigned cases.Evaluates the actions or behavior of parents, children, and other persons associated with cases and determines the need for appropriate individual or family educational or counseling programs such as parenting skills, drug testing, substance abuse, or other educational/counseling programs.Conducts permanency and long term planning, such as foster care, guardianship, or adoption, for children who have been removed from homes or placement facilities.Places children in homes of family and non-family members, foster homes, and residential treatment centers.Monitors the behavior and well-being of children who have been placed in foster homes and residential treatment centers.Participate in staff development programs to increase technical competence.Participate in community planning for the protection and care of children, and to identify potentially harmful influences to children.Serves as a member of teams consisting of professionals from law enforcement agencies, medical agencies, and other outside agencies organized to discuss cases/referrals/investigations, develop or revise policies and procedures, perform process improvements, or enhance collaborative efforts.Researches the availability of foster homes by contacting CWS employees who handle placement coordination, reviewing lists of available foster homes, and making contacts with resources/persons.Conducts assessments of homes belonging to relatives or non-related extended family members to ensure that homes are appropriate for children who have been removed from their homes.Provides courteous, high quality service to members of the public by personally responding to requests for service or making appropriate referral. Emergency response coverage for after-hours investigations on a rotational basis. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE OF: Basic principles and techniques of interviewing and recording in social casework. Laws, rules, and regulations governing the operation of the public welfare agency. Community organizations and the social problems calling for the use of public and private community resources. Basic principles involved in the nature, growth, and development of personality and in-group processes. Local socioeconomic conditions, current problems, and methodologies in the field of public social service. Social service research methods. Physiological and psychological influences on personality. ABILITY TO: Operate a motor vehicle in order to transport clients. Perform a variety of social casework functions, including the investigation, supervision, placement, and care of dependent children, children in foster homes, or other child welfare cases through routine or emergency referrals. Analyze situations and adopt effective courses of action, often under stressful conditions. Apply existing laws, rules, and regulations to welfare department operations. Interview, record, and analyze cases. Create, process, and complete necessary case records and reports manually and electronically, within mandated time frames, to meet federal audit requirements and outcome performance objectives. Work constructively within a community setting and effectively use appropriate resources and services. Apply the principles of child psychology and family relationships. Evaluate personal and psychological factors in the child and/or family's situation. Develop and implement short and long-term treatment/service plans. Provide case management services. Coordinate activities with law enforcement, legal authorities, and court systems. Act as an advocate on behalf of the client in situations where the client is unable to act on their own behalf. Provide information and referrals to other services available from government agencies and community-based organizations. Provide casework consultations to staff members without advanced training. Work collaboratively with staff from other related governmental programs, community-based organizations, schools, and/or the courts. Act as a lead worker in the respective team or unit. Employ effective communication and interpersonal skills. DESIRABLE TRAITS: Communicates effectively, knowledge worker, customer focused, values and respects others, drives to excel, teamwork and collaboration, continuous learning, demonstrates ethical behavior, supportive of change. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION To qualify for this classification, an individual must possess the following combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge, skills and abilities. A desirable combination is: Child Protective Services Worker I: Possession of a Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or a closely related field. Child Protective Services Worker II: Possession of a Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or a closely related field AND a minimum of one year of post-graduate paid case management/social work experience in a public, private, or nonprofit agency within Child Protective Services. Qualifying post-graduate paid case management/social work experience must include : primary responsibility for a long-term caseload, development of service/treatment plans; investigations of child abuse reports; monitoring compliance through home calls, field calls, and other personal contact; modification of treatment plans as needed/required; and authority to impose sanctions for non-compliance, impacting benefits or services. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Child Protective Services Worker I and II Possession of a valid Class C California driver's license is required upon appointment. Employees must have the ability to travel to designated locations. *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e. active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. Loss of the required State licensure may result in termination or reassignment. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: The physical characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this classification. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis. Continuous: upward and downward flexion of the neck. Frequent: sitting, walking, standing, bending and twisting of waist, repetitive use of hands to operate computers, printers, and copiers, and lifting and carrying case files weighing up to 25 pounds. Occasional: squatting, kneeling simple grasping, reaching above and below shoulder level. ADA Accommodation Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Act should contact County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley Internationally known for its fine wines, exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to approximately 135,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural and open space heritage. Located in the heart of California’s preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley’s strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. From the shores of Lake Berryessa and the peak of Mount Saint Helena to the Calistoga natural springs and the redwood forests of the Mayacamas Mountains, Napa County is a rural, scenic and historically-rich community. Home to the Napa Valley Film Festival, Bottlerock, the Fortinet Pro Golf Tournament, and Auction Napa Valley, Napa County offers many activities to its residents and visitors including fine dining, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, and wine tasting, among many others. Napa County as an Employer Napa County is a highly respected employer within the local community as well as throughout the region. We offer rewarding and challenging work, competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and tremendous opportunities for career growth. At Napa County, we truly value our employees and are committed to diversity in our family-oriented environment. The Position The Assistant Deputy Director Behavioral Health-SUDS position will have primary responsibility for the overall management, administration, supervision, and coordination of the programs within the Behavioral Health Division of the Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA). Program scope includes a wide range of county-operated programs, including the continuum of care under the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System (DMC-ODS) and Specialty Mental Health Plan, and services provided by a network of contracted providers under a managed care plan. This position is responsible for the management of behavioral health programs which includes multiple units and programs of significant depth and complexity. Responsibilities include overall management and administration of services, including development of objectives and design and implementation of supporting programs, processes, policies, and/or procedures to successfully achieve those objectives. Position is responsible for the administration, and control of associated budgets for assigned programs, and also serves as the County’s Alcohol and Drug Program Administrator. Supports the internal and external coordination of Behavioral Health services as part of an integrated HHSA and part of the broader county. Provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Deputy Director of HHSA - Behavioral Health and, as a high-level leadership role, is aligned with the mission, vision, and goals of HHSA. To see the full recruitment brochure, click link below: Assistant Deputy Director of Behavioral Health Job Brochure HOW TO APPLY: This position is open until filled. Please apply ASAP for first consideration. Submit Cover Letter and Resume to: Craig W. Southerland Public Service Search (619) 393-9508 csoutherland@publicservicesearch.com Napa County is an equal employment opportunity employer. Non-Classified - Other
Napa County Napa, California, United States
Dec 17, 2023
Full Time
The Napa Valley Internationally known for its fine wines exciting restaurants and world-class resorts, is home to 140,000 residents who share a strong sense of community and a legacy of preserving and protecting our rich agricultural heritage. Located in the heart of California's preeminent wine region, the Napa Valley is also part of the dynamic San Francisco Bay Metropolitan Area. With its sunny Mediterranean climate and proximity to the mountains and ocean, the Valley offers residents easy access to virtually unlimited shopping, dining, cultural and recreational opportunities. The Napa Valley's strategic location, natural and cultural resources, history of responsible land use planning and attractive quality of life provide the ideal mix of small town living and big city amenities. Discover the difference you can make: Come work with us at Napa County - YouTube Napa County as an Employer As an organization, the County is dedicated to improving the lives of our citizens and reflecting the best of the community's values: Respect, Accountability, Dedication, Integrity and Innovation. Learn more HERE . The Position Napa County is recruiting to establish an Eligibility List for the position of Correctional Officer I/II - Male and Correctional Officer I/II - Female. Under California Code of Regulations Title 15, gender is a bona fide occupational qualification for the position of Correctional Officer. The eligibility list established from this recruitment will be used to fill full-time, part-time, limited-term, and extra help vacancies for up to one year. We appreciate your interest in a Correctional Officer I/II position with Napa County. We strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with the Napa County Corrections Department. Information can be found here: https://www.countyofnapa.org/251/About-Us . Because the County jail is a 24-hour, 7-day-per-week operation, employees are called upon to workday and night shifts as well as weekends and holidays. About the Department of Corrections: The Napa County Department of Corrections is dedicated to providing professional correctional services to the citizens of Napa County. The Napa County Department of Corrections has jurisdiction over the Napa County Jail facility; it does not operate under the authority of the Napa County Sheriff’s Office. The facility houses both pre-sentenced and sentenced inmates. The Department of Corrections is responsible for the coordination of all programs and services related to the institutional care, treatment and rehabilitation of inmates, including: Classification Diagnosis Intake screening Programs that deal with sentencing alternatives Salary Information: Correctional Officers also receive a 5% Detention Services Premium in addition to the salary listed below. Correctional Officer I: $39.58 - $47.12 Hourly $3,9166.40 - $3,769.60 Bi-Weekly $6,860.53 - $8,1647.46 Monthly $82,326.40- $98,009.60 Annually Correctional Officer II: $43.14 - $51.44 Hourly $3,451.20 - $4,115.20 Bi-Weekly $7,477.60 - $8,916.26 Monthly $89, 731.20 - $106,995.20 Annually Newly hired Correctional Officers may also qualify for*: Signing Bonus of $5,000 Vacation Leave Bank of 80 hours upon successful completion of the probationary period (lateral transfers from other agencies only) Student Loan Forgiveness * Conditions apply based on a version of the Hiring and Promotional Incentive Pilot Program Policy in effect on the hire date. About the Position of Correctional Officer I/II: Correctional Office r I is a trainee position. Employees hired into this job classification will work initially under close supervision, learning the procedures, practices, techniques, and methods of custody, control, and counseling of inmates. Employees working at this level will receive training in all areas of operations, settings, and assignments. They will be working with a broad range of people in various detention settings and assignments. Correctional Office r II is the fully qualified working level i n the Correctional Officer series. Incumbents are expected to work independently using judgment and initiative within established department guidelines and procedures. Position Requirements for Correctional Officer I/II: Persons employed in this class must be willing to work odd irregular and/or rotating shifts, holidays, and weekends. Must be 21 years of age. Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident. Mandated Standards and Training for Corrections program requirements must be completed before permanent status may be granted. To qualify for this Correctional Officer I an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge and abilities. A desirable combination is: Experience: None required. Some institutional work experience is highly desirable. Education: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade. (Equivalent to two years of college with course work in criminal justice, sociology, psychology, corrections, and/or behavioral sciences is highly desired.) To qualify for Correctional Officer II classification, an individual must possess any combination of experience and education that would likely produce the required knowledge and abilities. A desirable combination is: Experience: One year of corrections experience in a detention setting. Education: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade. (Equivalent to two years of college with course work in criminal justice, sociology, psychology, corrections, and/or behavioral sciences is highly desired. The Recruitment Process: Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. The next review of applications will be the week of January 2, 2023. The recruitment process in order to establish an eligibility list includes: Completion of the employment application Minimum qualification application screening Mandatory Information Session BSCC Written Examination Oral Panel Examination In order to be placed on the eligibility list for Correctional Officer I/II, you must successfully complete all the steps successfully. Information sessions will be waived for those out-of-state or out of area off 200 miles or more from Napa, CA. The dates for the information session, written examination, and oral panel examination are tentative and will be provided in more detail once scheduled. Study Guide for the written exam: Adult-Corrections-Officer-Juvenile-Corrections-Officer--Probation-Officer-Study-Guide-PDF (countyofnapa.org) Human Resources reserves the right to cancel or make changes, additions, and/or deletions to the examination dates and/or times as the need occurs and/or depending on the number of applications received. NOTES FOR THE BSCC WRITTEN EXAM: When choosing to apply, please be aware that if you have taken the BSCC written examination with Napa County's Adult Correction Officer and passed within the 90 days (90 days from the last date you tested), you are not eligible to be considered for this position. You must allow 90 days to elapse from the last written exam you took and passed in order to be eligible. Napa County does not accept test scores from outside agencies. If you meet the Correctional Officer II requirements, your application will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis regarding the BSCC written examination requirement. Example of Duties The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Assume responsibility for the discipline, control, security and safety of inmates on an assigned shift; screen and classify inmates regarding health, mental health, pre-trial release, custody housing, crisis intervention and correctional programming; supervise the security and conduct of various housing areas/day rooms during group meetings, meals, bathing, at recreation, during visitations, institutional activities and on work assignments; counsel inmates individually and in group settings within the correctional facility; process inmates admitted to the correctional facility; receive inventory, package and label personal property of inmates during booking process; maintain an accurate record-keeping system for personal property in accordance with established guidelines assigning alphabetical and/or numerical identification codes; return personal property to inmates upon discharge; issue or supervise the issuance of clothing and supplies to inmates; maintain clear and concise records related to inmates and job assignments; prepare written reports on inmates; search inmates' mail, cells and other areas for contraband and/or security and safety problems; confer with supervisors or other officers regarding behavioral and other inmate problems; communicate problems within the facility to supervisory and management staff; manage the cleanliness of the facility and equipment; assist in the maintenance of the facility and equipment; prepare reports as they relate to the detention facility. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS KNOWLEDGE OF: English language usage, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Correct vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation to prepare understandable written documents. Attitudes and behavior patterns of persons in custody and the factors underlying criminal behavior. Basic record keeping. SKILL TO: Interpret and enforce institutional rules, regulations, and policies with firmness, tact, and impartiality. Analyze situations accurately and thoroughly in order to determine and implement effective, appropriate courses of action. Effectively work with inmates in a variety of assignments and custodial settings. Promote acceptable attitudes and behavior of inmates. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, the public, other departments, and outside agencies. Communicate information in a clear and concise written form. Communicate orally in English in an effective, understandable manner. Prepare and maintain clear, concise, and comprehensive records and reports. Follow both oral and written instructions to complete daily assignments. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers and supervisors. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Deal with people in stressful situations. Follow oral instructions to complete daily assignments. Follow written instructions to complete daily assignments. ABILITY TO: Consistently walk up and down stairs. Lift and carry up to a 10-pound utility belt. Run during an emergency. Lift and/or drag up to 165 pounds. Stand for a long period of time. Sit for long periods of time while working at a computer and looking at security monitors. Special Qualifications : Candidates are required to: successfully pass the course requirements for the possession of a valid P.C. 832 Certificate (Arrest and Detention). Pass a comprehensive background investigation. Pass a pre-employment physical examination which includes a hearing analysis. Pass a pre-employment psychological examination. Pass a polygraph examination. Mandated Standards and Training for Corrections program requirements must be completed before permanent status may be granted. Willingness to work on call. Persons employed in this class must be willing to work odd irregular and/or rotating shifts, holidays, and weekends. Must be 21 years of age. Must be a United States citizen. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be: Experience: None required. Some institutional work experience is highly desired. Education: Must have a High School Diploma or General Educational Development (GED). Equivalent to two years of college with coursework in criminal justice, psychology, sociology, corrections, and/or behavioral sciences is highly desired. License or Certificate: * *Any license, certification, or registration required for this position shall be maintained (i.e., active and in good standing) at all times during employment with Napa County. For continued employment with Napa County, you must maintain such license, certification, or registration to meet the minimum qualifications of this position. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS Napa County employees automatically become Disaster Service Workers. This means that when Napa County experiences emergencies (earthquake, wildfire, power outage, etc.) you may be asked to pivot from your regular duties to provide critical services to those affected by the emergency (CA Govt Code § 3101). ADA ACCOMMODATION Applicants requiring accommodation during the application and/or selection process pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) should contact the County of Napa Human Resources at (707) 253-4303. Napa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PUBLIC SERVICES EMPLOYEES BENEFITS INFORMATION SALARY - Salaries are based on a five-step range. Appointments are usually made at the beginning step with advances occurring at six months and the completion of each year thereafter. Salary rates are reviewed annually. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS INFO - Click here for additional benefits information forPublic ServicesEmployees: https://www.countyofnapa.org/DocumentCenter/View/25886/Benefits-Summary---Public-Service-Employee-PSE THESE BENEFITS DO NOT APPLY TO EXTRA HELP POSITIONS EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION PHYSICAL STANDARDS - Certain designated County positions require a candidate to pass a physical examination prior to appointment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of this examination. FINGERPRINTING - All employees hired into allocated positions or extra help positions will be fingerprinted. SELECTION PROCESS - FOR POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND THE PROBATION DEPARTMENT - The selection process will include an oral board interview, psychological assessment, background investigation, and a pre-employment physical exam.