Monterey County Human Resources

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Monterey County was founded in 1850 and is governed by the Monterey County Board of Supervisors. It is located on the beautiful Central Coast and is the longest county in California stretching 105 miles from the Santa Clara County border South to San Luis Obispo County.  Monterey County provides a full range of services to the community through its 26 departments and 5,000 plus employees.  As an employer, Monterey County is diverse and inclusive, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We aspire to hire employees who will contribute to the County’s mission to excel at providing quality services for the benefit all Monterey County residents while developing, maintaining, and enhancing the resources of the region.  The County offers a great benefits package and provides the opportunity to work with amazing colleagues who support and promote a safe, healthy and prosperous community for all.  Monterey County is rich in coastal lands and agricultural fields and is also known as the Salad Bowl of the World.  Monterey County is the best place to work and prides itself on being the employer of choice.

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Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 23, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Exam #:  20/80J21/10JJ Final Filing Date:  10/30/2020 The County of Monterey Treasurer-Tax Collector's department seeks dedicated and customer service-oriented individuals to fill current and future vacancies. The Treasurer-Tax Collector department consists of three divisions: Property Tax, Treasury and Revenue. The Customer Transaction Specialist provides support for all three divisions and handles a large volume of cash and check transactions. Incumbents also analyze account demographics, calculate charges, receive and write receipts for payments, and perform a variety of data entry tasks, as well as statistical and financial record keeping duties according to established procedures. This is the full working level position (journey-level). Work may initially be performed under close supervision; however, incumbents are expected to work with greater independence as they gain experience. Work is performed according to established procedures and does not require knowledge of general bookkeeping principles. This position involves heavy public contact on daily basis. The current vacancy is located in the Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office.  The current open position is a bilingual-Spanish position. Final candidates for the current opening will be required to successfully pass a proficiency test certifying their ability to speak  and read in both English and Spanish. Any eligible list generated by this recruitment may be used to fill vacancies in other departments, as they occur. This classification is part of a flexibly staffed classification series. An incumbent may be flexibly promoted based upon meeting the promotional performance standards and level of proficiency required for the higher classification and approval of the appointing authority. Examples of Duties Process cash and check payments made in person or by mail, make accurate change and provide receipts. Receive, sort and check documents for mathematical accuracy and completeness. Record financial and statistical information from warrants, vouchers, purchase orders, claims and similar documents to ledgers, journals and logs; use coding or accounting tables and search files to complete and verify the accuracy of items being processed. Assist the public in person or by phone by answering inquiries related to the status of accounts; explain commonly used regulations and procedures; explain the proper use and completion of forms and documents; hand out or mail informational material. Batch, code and enter fiscal, financial or statistical data to computer terminals. Prepare routine summaries of financial and statistical data. General office/clerical duties. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed under Qualifications below may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training, typically: One year of experience performing entry level clerical tasks which would include mathematical computations, statistical and other financial record keeping functions; OR Nine months of experience performing entry level clerical tasks which would include mathematical computations, statistical and other financial record keeping functions, AND  completion of a training course leading to an account clerk certificate. QUALIFICATIONS A combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Working Knowledge of: Record keeping procedures in order to maintain statistical and financial records Basic arithmetic in order to prepare routine summaries of financial and/or statistical data General office procedures in order to file and retrieve records and reports Skill and Ability to: Make rapid and accurate calculations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division principles Locate and correct discrepancies or errors in financial or statistical documents Read, understand and apply oral and written office policies and procedures Read charts, graphs and tables displaying statistical data Communicate verbally in order to respond to inquiries from other departments and the public Effectively communicate in writing to prepare reports and document transactions Operate a calculator, computer terminal and other office equipment Work effectively with the public and others contacted during the course of work Handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Physical and Sensory Abilities required for this classification include: Sufficient eyesight to read fine print statistical reports and standard text and data on computer terminal screens. Ability to speak and hear at normal conversational levels in person and over the telephone. Manual dexterity to use calculators and write legibly. Ability to reach, bend, or stoop in order to use files and records. Additional Information REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possess a valid current Class C driver license, or be able to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the hiring authority. Prospective employees for the Treasurer-Tax Collector will be required to submit to  background review which may include a review of information concerning  resent and/or prior employment, driving record, credit history, and record of criminal conviction. Positions in other departments may or may not require full background review. Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602. Veterans and their widows/ers who within the past five years have served on active duty for 30 or more days in a 1) national or State military emergency or 2) military expedition for which a medal was authorized, may be eligible for Veterans' Preference Points.  To apply, veterans must submit an "Application for Veterans' Preference" with their application materials by the final filing date.   Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Department Government Center 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Our website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel     The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application Responses to the supplemental questions   Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the Final Filing Date will not be considered. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If candidates require special arrangements to participate in the selection process, they should state their needs in writing when submitting the application package or call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6602. Closing Date/Time: 10/30/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 21, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                                                                                                   Application Filing Deadline:  Friday, November 13, 2020 Exam #:  20/41G01/10GR   The Office of Emergency Services is a division of the County Administrative Office and its mission is to ensure that the jurisdictions and communities have the capability and sustained capacity to prepare for, respond to, mitigate and recover from any natural, technological, or human related emergency or disaster. The Office of Emergency Services' staff provides and coordinates training and outreach activities on related topics within Monterey County, and manages several grants that support these efforts. The Monterey County Office of Emergency Services seeks an individual who enjoys challenges in a fast-paced environment. The Emergency Services Planner will be assisting the Emergency Services Manager in the planning, coordination, development and promotion of emergency services operations, plans and programs, and the organization and training of emergency services personnel. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. Examples of Duties Paramount Duties Include: Assist in the coordination, promotion and execution of area- wide emergency services programs, resource management, operational readiness, and response plans and capabilities; recommends emergency services policies, procedures, and regulations; assist in the development of long range strategic planning efforts with a variety of public/private partners; performs a variety of technical and administrative duties and projects to assist the Emergency Services Manager. Assist in the development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of policies, plans and procedures for monitoring and evaluating OES capabilities during emergencies and disasters. Programs include efforts related to preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery activities; This position is responsible to coordinate and promote emergency planning and preparedness with affected county departments, incorporated cities, special districts, non-profit organizations, as well as business and private organizations. Conduct, facilitate and/or attend information seminars, conferences, presentations, public and professional meetings, and meetings with representatives of schools, community, business and industry to discuss, assess, and develop effective plans for emergency management purposes, building community resiliency programs and other policies and procedures related to emergency management. Provide social media alerts and communication. Analyze various social media outlets for disaster intelligence gathering. Develop web-based informational tools for external and internal customers. Develop, prepares implement, and review a variety of emergency contingency plans, protocols, and standard operating procedures to meet established goals including, and in response to, identified natural and technological hazards; formulate plans involving radiological safety, communications, emergency response, and directed hazard mitigation plans, Continuity of Operations Planning [COOP]/Continuity of Government [COG], debris management plans, Emergency Operations Plans; Hazard Specific Response plans and Logistics and Recovery plans. Develop, design and provide for the recruitment, selection, training and exercises development of emergency services [EOC] team members/personnel; identify training needs of county stakeholders including law enforcement, fire, EMS, non-profits, private business, etc.; prepare, develop and execute training and educational programs and ongoing exercise training sessions/programs to other local public safety agencies and the general public as needed. Ensure and maintain the Operational Area Emergency Operations Center's [EOC] up-to-date, functional and readiness status, including the information system integration, and research and recommend new technology and best practices Analyze data, conduct special studies and prepare comprehensive reports, i.e. Board of Supervisors' reports, budget committee reports, annual reports, and other special reports as required. Prioritize resources to achieve measurable goals and program objectives related to emergency services. Conduct, facilitate and/or attend information seminars, conferences, presentations, public and professional meetings, and meetings with representatives of schools, community, business and industry to discuss, assess, and develop effective plans for emergency management purposes and regarding governmental policies and procedures related to emergency management. Present information in oral and written form on behalf of the Emergency Services Manager. May serve as the duty officer and acting Emergency Services Manager for Monterey County as needed. Travel to and represent the County and OES department before other local, State and Federal regulatory, advisory and government bodies with respect to OES emergency management issues, meetings or related events; and ensure preparation of required periodic reports. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Thorough Knowledge of: Basic principles, practices, and methodology required in the preparation of a multi-hazard functional plan. The function of Emergency Operation Centers, facilities, warning equipment and systems required during disaster/emergency operations including IPAWS; and coordinated response to emergencies. Principles and practices of emergency services planning, including whole community concept and principles, core capabilities, current and emerging technology, trends and techniques in the areas of emergency and disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. Principles of organization, planning, management, training/development and personnel administration. Federal, state, regional and local emergency services programs, community organization and resources. Functions and organization of local governmental structures including the application of public safety operations, i.e. general functions of the Sheriff's Department, police and fire departments, and other public safety agencies. Federal, State and local laws and ordinances related to local and regional disaster preparedness, response, recovery and regulatory requirements applicable to emergency management. Use and proper care of personal computer equipment. Management information systems, websites, social media and other specialized emergency management related software systems and their applications. Thorough knowledge of the NIMS/SEMS principles including National Preparedness Directives and Frameworks. Working Knowledge of: The geography of Monterey County involving streets, roads, major buildings, and various agency jurisdictions. Some knowledge of: Grant writing and management: Managing and supporting the grants requirement and implementation; Identify and develop strategies to optimize the grants administration process; Perform relevant research to identify available grant opportunities and evaluate the results; Directly involved in grant writing. Skill and Ability To: Determine emergency service and disaster preparedness program objectives and priorities to achieve those objectives. Research, analyze and evaluate complex statistical data, reports, problems, information, critical situations, policies, and procedures related to emergency services, and recommend effective resolution and implementation, and/or prepare periodic reports required by Federal, State and County agencies. Exercise independent judgment and initiative; remain calm and think clearly in emergency situations. Take and transmit/provide clear and complete directions/information. Communicate effectively in writing and orally, to prepare comprehensive oral and written reports in support of management objectives, i.e. administrative, technical and statistical reports; grant applications, write comprehensive emergency response plans; to speak before public officials, the press, and the general public in order to promote and gain concurrence and cooperation. Read and comprehend complex material such as contracts, ordinances, legislation, policies, procedures, directives and manuals including grant applications and reports. Interpret, apply and explain County policies and State and Federal legislation related to emergency services. Effectively manage, train, develop and motivate County employees and stakeholders in emergency management principles. Keep informed of new technology, trends and techniques in the areas of emergency response and disaster relief, including alert and warning technology, Emergency Operations Center [EOC] management and best practices, recovery and mitigation policies. Operate a personal computer and specialized applications/systems including managing website, specialized emergency management software. Establish and maintain effective public relations and working relationships with those contacted through the course of work. Perform a variety of tasks simultaneously. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Education: College course work equivalent to a bachelor's degree in public or business administration, disaster planning or related field from an accredited college or university.   AND Experience: Approximately three years of increasingly responsible administrative or management experience in an organization which has included planning, development, and organizing of disaster preparedness, response and recovery efforts within or in close coordination with an office of emergency services, public safety organization or related domain, administrative procedures and policies, budget and program analysis in the area of emergency services, or a closely related field.   OR   Certification: Possession of a California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) Emergency Management Specialist certification, or a FEMA Professional Development Series certificate. AND   Experience: Approximately two years of increasingly responsible administrative or management experience in a large organization which has included planning and development of administrative procedures and policies, budget and program analysis in the area of emergency services, or a closely related field.   DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:   Certification: Possession of an International Association of Emergency Management (IAEM), Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), or Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) certification is highly desirable.   Experience: Experience serving within or in close coordination with a city or county emergency operations center, managing community-based programs or services, or managing state and Federal grant programs, is desirable. Additional Information Conditions of employment include: Be available to report after work hours, work irregular or protracted hours, shifts, nights, weekends and holidays during times of emergency and/or disaster situations, periods of extended duration, and for on call duty as scheduled. Attend meetings outside of scheduled work hours. Obtain FEMA Professional Development Series certification within 6 months of hiring. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C driver's license (or equivalent) or the employee must be able to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority; and have/maintain a satisfactory driving record by the time of hire. Occasionally subject to exposure to variable temperatures, work outdoors, and/or work under adverse conditions such as inclement weather, dust, environment subject to sudden changes, uneven, slippery or wet ground surfaces, may come into contact with water, toxic fumes, liquids, or gases, allergens; may be exposed to moving vehicles or equipment, electricity, dangerous buildings and in extremely noisy environments; plant, animal or food materials or waste.   Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the " X " Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution prevail over this listing.   Notes: As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.      Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Ginger Ramirez, Associate Human Resources Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: RamirezGB@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: 831-759-6723   The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application Responses to the supplemental questions Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6723. Closing Date/Time: 11/13/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 21, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date:  Friday, November 20, 2020 Exam:  20/14M12/10GR The County of Monterey is seeking to fill the newly created position of Economic Development Manager. As a member of the County Administrative Office, this manager will lead the Economic Development Management team. The Position and Ideal Candidate The Economic Development Manager is responsible for developing and recommending overall economic development policies. This innovative leader will coordinate activities with other agencies that promote financial health on a Countywide basis, while fostering opportunities for economic development programs. Duties include creating economic opportunity, providing analysis of proposals, overseeing implementation of programs and providing expertise to County departments and the business community. Working closely with County officials and departments, this innovative leader will build and maintain strong relationships with the community, labor groups and businesses. An effective communicator, the Economic Development Manager will engage the community, presenting information to the Board of Supervisors; as well as representing the County at meetings with the business community and the public. This manager will act under the direction of senior management within County Administration. The ideal candidate will have a solid background federal and state economic development programs and financing methods and will serve as a resource to other departments and to the economic development community. They will be discerning in their review of proposals and contracts for economic feasibility, in their research and preparation of complex grant and funding applications. The Economic Development Manager will be well experienced in contract negotiation and administration, as well as preparation and oversight of program budgets. This very public, community-minded Manager will perform many public relations activities and may serve on various boards and committees. About Monterey County Monterey County encompasses some of California's most stunning scenery and offers an ideal year-round Mediterranean climate. Miles of beautiful beaches, spectacular mountain ranges, groves of redwoods, low-rolling foothills, and scenic valleys are characteristics that contribute to the quality of life enjoyed by over 400,000 residents and more than three million tourists who visit the area year-round. Monterey County boasts world-renowned attractions such as the spectacular Big Sur Coast, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Cannery Row, and National Steinbeck Center. It is also home to many world-famous golf courses, including Pebble Beach, Spanish Bay, Spyglass, and Poppy Hills. The County hosts numerous acclaimed events including the Car Week, Monterey Jazz Festival, Big Sur International Marathon, and California Rodeo in Salinas. Encompassing a total land area of 3,324 square miles, Monterey County is the 16th largest of California's 58 counties and has an economy based largely on agriculture and tourism. The Salinas Valley, known as the "salad bowl of the nation," is abundant with lush produce fields and thriving vineyards. There are also several major educational institutions, including California State University of Monterey Bay, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey Peninsula College, and Hartnell College in Salinas. The mission of Monterey County is to excel at providing quality services for the benefit of all Monterey County residents, while developing, maintaining, and enhancing the resources of the area. As a values-based learning organization, our focus is to continually improve County systems, processes, and management practices through an environment of empowerment and innovation. Monterey County Government Monterey County has 25 departments with approximately 5,402 employees and a budget of approximately $1.6 billion. This is a general law county and the governing body is the Board of Supervisors, which is comprised of an elected representative from each of the five supervisorial districts in the County. The County Seat is in Salinas at the Government Center-Courthouse campus, with many department offices located in a variety of other locations throughout the County.   Examples of Duties The ideal candidate will possess the following characteristics: Innovative and forward-thinking Strong leadership abilities Strategic thinker (ability to visualize big picture) Honesty, integrity, and transparency Ability to build relationships and create a team Ability to create opportunities Exceptional communication skills (written and oral) Self-motivated, and takes initiative Technical and technological skills   Examples of Experience/Education/Training The candidate selected for this position will bring with a combination of training, education and experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities demonstrating qualifications required for the position. A typical way to acquire these requirements might be: Three (3) years of broad and progressively responsible professional level experience in economic development or a closely related field and at least one (1) year of experience in the public sector at the supervisory and/or management level, as well as graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in economics, business or public administration, finance or a closely related field.   Additional Information Conditions of Employment Include: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License or the employee must be able to provide suitable transportation, which is approved by the appointing authority.   Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the  "Unit X - Safety and Non-Safety Management"  Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website by clicking  HERE . This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution prevail over this listing. Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. To view the employment opportunity brochure, click here: Economic Development Manager    Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Ginger Ramirez, Associate Human Resources Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: ramirezgb@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: 831-759-6723   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions Resume Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the application filing deadline will not be considered.  Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process.  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6723. The eligible list established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. Closing Date/Time: 11/20/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 20, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date: Friday, November 20, 2020 Exam #20/50U16/10KR SUMMARY OF POSITION Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau is hiring for the position of Behavioral Health Aide (BHA). The Behavioral Health Bureau serves adults and young adults with serious and persistent mental illness and children and families involved in the Child Welfare system. Behavioral Health Aides are an integral part of our multidisciplinary teams and currently there is an opportunity with the Adult System of Care (ASOC).   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise. Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Principles and techniques of providing human services to a diverse client population Basic math, record keeping, alphanumeric filing, grammar and spelling General office procedures and practices, including preparation of correspondence, forms, and reports Basic principles of group behavior Socioeconomic, environmental, and cultural factors and affecting client behavior Services and resources provided through governmental and community-based organizations   Skill and Ability to: Communicate and interrelate effectively with the public, families, children, and/or adults from a variety of social, cultural, and economic backgrounds under stressful circumstances Observe clients and their living conditions, identify and analyze problem situations, and take appropriate actions Accurately prepare reports, correspondence, and forms Understand and follow written and oral instructions Perform accurate mathematical computations Operate a personal computer Operate a motor vehicle safely and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations to transport clients Examples of Experience/Education/Training The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically: One year of providing support to professional-level staff, or one year of clerical or record keeping experience, in a mental health or human services setting that involves direct client or patient contact.   Required Conditions of Employment: Bilingual in English/Spanish Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority Exposure to a variety of difficult living conditions during off-site visits Work occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays Personally lift items weighing up to 20-30 pounds The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process, which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/50U16.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 by the final filing date : Friday, November 20 , 2020: Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   All application materials must be received by the final filing date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on a needed basis until the position is filled. Please be aware if the application form, responses to supplemental questions, and resume are not submitted by the final filing date, the application will be removed from further consideration and not be considered further. The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made.   Resumes may be submitted, but will not be accepted in lieu of required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTE: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Health Department Human Resources Division at (831) 755-4519.   Closing Date/Time: 11/20/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 15, 2020
Full Time
Position Description   Final Filing Date: October 27, 2020 Exam #20/43L20/10CJ   The Monterey County Administrative Office Fleet Management Division is currently recruiting for one Communications Technician I position at the Radio Shop.  The Fleet Division services and tracks the repair and maintenance actions for over 1,600 pieces of equipment ranging from passenger cars to heavy equipment.  They service five county refueling facilities and pumps with over 600,000 gallons of compressed natural gas, diesel fuel, and unleaded fuel per year.  Fleet additionally is responsible for the County shuttle, rental pool, vehicle replacement program and provides preventive maintenance to county vehicles.   THE POSITION The Communications Technician I is the entry level in the class series of Communications Technicians I, II, III.  Incumbents will install, test, diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair a variety of communications equipment including radio transmitter/receivers, antenna systems, microwave equipment, dispatch console equipment; lap-top computers, and audio systems.  The ideal candidate will be dependable, team player able to perform routine communications installation and repair work, and enthusiasm to learn emerging technologies in the area of radio and other wireless communication, and perform other related duties as required.  This classification is part of a flexible series.  Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. Any Eligible List resulting from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future full-time, part-time, and temporary vacancies as they arise; Countywide. Examples of Duties The duties and responsibilities listed below are illustrative only.  They are not meant to be full and exhaustive listing of all the duties and responsibilities of the classification. Initially under close supervision, installs, tests, diagnoses, troubleshoots, and repairs a variety of two-way radio equipment, mobile data, lights, sirens, video cameras, shotgun locks, automatic door openers, map lights, scanners, wig wags, Wifi, timers, and other equipment in Law Enforcement vehicles; as well as other communications equipment including pagers, PA Systems, etc. Maintains the work area (including the shop, vehicle, or other) in a clean and orderly fashion.  Reviews and logs information to support inventory and maintenance history. Reviews and logs information to support inventory and maintenance history. Reads and interprets schematic drawings of RF and electronic equipment. Assists clients and customers either by phone or in person.  If unable to assist, refers users to other County personnel for assistance. For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/43L20.pdf   Examples of Experience/Education/Training A combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Some Knowledge of: Automotive electrical and ignition systems similar to those used in law enforcement. Tools and test equipment used in the installation, removal, and repair of communications equipment. Basic safety practices when installing, removing, and repairing elcetrical and elcetronic equipment. Skill and Ability to: Effectively communicate with both technical and non-technical personnel; write clearly in English, in order to maintain records and write equipment specifications. Read and interpret electronic diagrams, wiring schematics, specifications and standard component drawing symbols. Read, Understand and apply oral and written policies and procedures. Use tools and test equipment such as a wattmetter, volmeter, and ohm meter to troubleshoot and install, uninstall, public sfety electronics equipment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and provide excellent and courteous customer service. The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education, or training, typically: One year of training at a school specializing in two-way radio curriculum and one year of technical experience in the operation, maintenance and repair of communication, audio, video or similar equipment. Required Conditions of Employment: Possession of a valid Class C Driver's License or ability to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the hiring authority. Ability to successfully pass a background screening. Work occassional nights and weekend. Repsond to after hours emergency calls and perform standby duty as required. Occassionally work under adverse conditions, such as inclement or hot weather. Additional Information Notes:   Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the Unit J Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website or click  HERE . This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution prevail over this listing.   Veterans and their widows/ers who within the past five years have served on active duty for 30 or more days in a 1) national or State military emergency or 2) military expedition for which a medal was authorized, may be eligible for Veterans' Preference Points. To apply, veterans must submit an "Application for Veterans' Preference" with their application materials by the application filing deadline.   Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Department Attn: Cynthia Juarez, Human Resources Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: juarezc@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: 831-755-5228   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: • A completed County of Monterey Employment Application • Responses to the Supplemental Questions Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the application filing deadline of October 27, 2020, will not be considered. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for the required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process. Monterey County is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5228.     Closing Date/Time: 10/27/2020 11:59 PM Pacific
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 08, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                                                                                                       Priority Screening Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 Exam #:  19/41A20/10AR   All applications material must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled.   The Resource Management Agency (RMA) has openings for State registered Civil Engineers responsible for performing a variety of professional duties including designing, planning, plan review, permitting, and/or construction in one or more of the following areas:  sewer and environmental engineering; water engineering;  construction and environmental regulation of private development; street, highway and transportation engineering; traffic engineering; and structural engineering. The RMA was formed to optimize the County's delivery of land use related services.  RMA has 26 distinct areas that are responsible for a wide range of important County functions, including constructing and maintaining public infrastructure, developing and enforcing land use policy and regulations, ensuring building regulations are met, conducting development review, developing capital projects and maintaining County facilities. The Resource Management Agency's organizational structure includes the following divisions: Land Use and Community Development, Parks, Public Works and Facilities, and Administrative Services. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis County-wide . Examples of Duties Paramount duties include : Performs the more complex, difficult and large-scale engineering design, planning, specification, feasibility analysis and calculations for public works related projects; functions as a department expert in assigned area of expertise. Prepares conceptual designs and supervises detail design of project phases by other engineers. Performs complex engineering analysis and studies; determines and implements courses of action for engineering projects, and maintenance or corrections to ensure integrity of public works facilities. Coordinates unit activities with other functions of the department, other county departments, other agencies, contractors, consultants and the public. Represents the unit to regulatory authorities, the general public, contractors and others; prepares and makes oral presentation to inform and guide on regulations, policies and procedures related to private developments. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/41A20.pdf The Successful Candidate:   Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Working knowledge of: Supervisory principles and methods including work planning, organization, and delegation; employee counseling, performance appraisal, documentation, and discipline; and employee selection and development; Principles and practices of civil engineering including design, surveying, hydraulics, strength and properties of materials, stress analysis, calculations, physics, mechanics and structural analysis; Principles, methods, equipment and materials used in the design, construction, modification and maintenance of public works projects and facilities such as roads, bridges, and drainage systems; Environmental review and construction permit principles, procedures and documents; Basic administrative principles and methods including planning and monitoring expenses, contract development and management, and purchasing and requisitioning. Skill and Ability to: Plan, organize and manage the work of professional and technical support staff, directly and through subordinate supervisors; Perform complex civil/public works engineering design, planning, specification, feasibility analysis, calculations, and studies; Analyze complex civil engineering problems, evaluate alternatives, and recommend and implement effective courses of action; Develop and maintain effective working relationships with other departments, other agencies, regulatory authorities, contractors and consultants, the public, and others encountered in the course of work; Prepare effective reports, correspondence and other written materials; Make effective oral presentations representing the department;  Prepare expense projections, monitor expenses, and review and approve requisitions and purchase orders Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Education: Equivalent to completion of a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at an accredited college engineering curriculum AND Experience: Two years of experience at a level equivalent to Assistant Engineer at Monterey County. Additional Information Conditions of employment include: In accordance with Section 6730 of the California Business and Professions Code, possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Civil Engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration for Civil and Professional Engineers is required. Specified positions may also require a valid California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record.   Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the  "X " Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution prevail over this listing.     Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Amy Rodriguez, Human Resources Analyst 1441 Schilling Place Salinas, CA 93901 Email: rodrigueze3@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: (831) 755-5337    The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application Responses to the supplemental questions   All application materials must be received by the priority screen date ( Tuesday, February 18, 2020 ) for a guaranteed review. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   Notes: As a condition of employment, prospective employees may be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.     EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5337. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description   Exam #: 19/ 34A22 /11JL Application Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: December 15, 2019 The Office of the District Attorney represents the People of the State of California in all criminal and civil prosecutions in the County of Monterey. The objective of the Office is to seek justice, and to ensure criminal laws are fully and fairly enforced. The Office is authorized to both investigate and prosecute criminal and civil crimes. The Bureau of Investigation conducts independent investigations at the direction of the District Attorney and provides investigation and trial support for the prosecutorial functions of the Office. The Bureau of Investigations is offering excellent career opportunities for qualified, experienced individuals interested in furthering their law enforcement careers as a District Attorney Investigator III. Under direction, this position performs a full range of skilled criminal and civil investigative work required to support the efforts of prosecuting attorneys in the Office. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis.   Examples of Duties Conducts difficult and sensitive criminal and civil investigations in support of prosecuting attorneys. Conducts or leads independent investigations for other county agencies and departments, including public corruption matters and grand jury investigations. Reviews and evaluates initial criminal and investigative reports; refers complaints to prosecuting attorney for filing. Locates and interviews witnesses and others with information pertinent to a case for the purpose of taking statements and depositions. Inspects crime scenes and determines what evidence can be taken and used; assembles and prepares evidence for presentation in court. Writes detailed reports of investigations. Confers with attorneys and others regarding possible resolution of cases and makes recommendations to prosecuting attorneys regarding the disposition of cases. Appears in court to provide testimony.   To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven combination of experience, education, and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough Knowledge of: The principles, methods and techniques used in civil, criminal, and administrative investigative work. Criminal law as it pertains to investigative work. The methods used in gathering, preserving and presenting evidence in court. The laws of arrest, search and seizure. Some Knowledge of: Enforcement and investigative procedures used by law enforcement agencies. Skills and Abilities to: Read, understand, and correctly interpret court orders, official documents and other documents used in a broad range of investigative and trial work. Gather, analyze and evaluate complex facts and evidence. Obtain information and evidence through interview, interrogation and observation. Draw logical conclusions and make recommendations for an effective course of action. Write detailed investigative reports, correspondence and memoranda. Exercise sound judgment, diplomacy and discretion under difficult circumstances. Recognize political and community implications of decisions and recommendations. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted through the course of work. Train, plan, prioritize, assign and review the work of others.   Desirable Qualifications: Bilingual skills in English/Spanish are highly desirable.   Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Approximately two years of experience performing duties equivalent to those of a District Attorney Investigator II in Monterey County. Additional Information Required Conditions of Employment:  As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possess a valid Class "C" California driver's license by date of appointment. Work flexible hours, shifts, weekends and holidays; occasionally travel out of the County and frequently travel throughout the County. Possess Basic POST Certificate at time of appointment. Pursuant to Government Code Section 1029, 1031 and Section 1005 of the Regulations of the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, and Penal Code Section 832: Meet the California Government Codes 1029 and 1031 Peace Officer requirements, including passing a required psychological exam and medical exam as well as a background investigation. Be at least 18 years of age at the time of appointment. Be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate at the high school level. Successfully complete a POST-certified Investigation and Trial Preparation Course within 12 months from the date of appointment if the incumbent has not already had the course. Have no felony convictions.   Physical and Sensory Requirements: Ability to meet the medical and physical standards under the California Peace Officer Standards and Training and California Government Code. Ability to sit, stand, and/or drive for extended periods of time. Mobility, flexibility, gross body coordination, and dexterity sufficient to stand, stoop, reach, bend, twist, and turn in order to view crime scenes and examine physical evidence. Ability to pursue and physically detain hostile individuals. Acute vision, visual color discrimination, hearing, voice, smell, and sense of touch in order to detect and examine crime scenes and all manner of physical objects, including items of evidence such as weapons, photographs, diagrams, fingerprint impression and trace evidence and to clearly see and identify people. Ability to develop and maintain manual dexterity, visual acuity and physical strength necessary to demonstrate proficiency with a duty weapon and other equipment as issued. Ability to speak clearly and with volume required to conduct interrogations and to carry on clear conversations in person, over the radio, and on the telephone. Benefits: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the  "Unit A - Deputy Sheriff-General & Supervisory Safety" Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website or click HERE . This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. Notes: Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.     Application and Selection Procedures   Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County, Human Resources Department Attn: Michelle Gomez, Associate Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor Salinas, CA 93901 Email: GomezME@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone:(831) 755-5383   To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre-examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions All application materials must be received by the priority screen date of December 15, 2019, for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5383. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                                                                                                                    Exam:  #20/20B22/01ND Final Filing Date:  Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date:  Friday, January 31, 2020 All application materials must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review.  Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis.   THE POSITION DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION : The Monterey County Auditor-Controller seek a highly motivated professional with thorough knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to perform professional level accounting duties preparing, maintaining, analyzing, auditing, reconciling, and verifying financial records and to perform other work as required.  The current vacancy is in the General Accounting Division of the Auditor-Controller's Office. DEPARTMENT : The Auditor-Controller is an elected official who provides the County of Monterey with financial leadership and expert advice on a wide range of fiscal matters and advocates financial integrity and accountability in all County business practices.  The department consists of five divisions: Administration, Systems, General Accounting, Internal Audit, and Disbursements (Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Property Tax).    Examples of Duties PARAMOUNT DUTIES  Prepares complex accounting records and transactions; reviews accounting records and transactions for accuracy; analyzes records and transactions in order to project results; prepares large or complex federal or state claims; performs professional accounting and auditing duties; ensures financial solvency of assigned accounts. Oversees the preparation of or prepared a variety of comprehensive financial, narrative, and statistical reports, including the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, internal audit reports, state and federal reports and special district reports; prepares and submits mandated reports within established timeframes. Assists Auditor-Controller division chiefs with the implementation, oversight and auditing of accounting, budgetary, operational and other fiscal-related policies and procedures.  Provides consulting services for departmental executive staff, finance and accounting managers, and CAO budget staff. Analyzes, reconciles, and issues sales and use tax payments; reviews and disburses vehicle license fees and sales tax realignments; documents, maintains, and monitors a variety of logs, procedures, and process to ensure accurate financial records. Calculates, posts, audits, and adjusts journal entries; updates accounts to reflect revenue and expenditures; audits accounts for errors and makes appropriate adjustments; coordinates and reconciles different computer financial systems; reconciles various financial statements to ensure accurate fund accounting; matches financial statements with cash amounts; reviews and approved account transfers and other transactions. Communicates with County staff, governmental agencies, and outside organizations to exchange information, coordinate activities, and resolves issues and concerns. Assists with preparation of Annual Continuing Disclosure Reports and other debt-related matters. Assists Auditor-Controller Analyst with gathering reports and analyzing data for the preparation of the County-Wide Cost Allocation Plan. Maintains current knowledge of and complies with applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations, established policies and procedures, and with generally accepted accounting principles; ensures accuracy of input and output data. Ensures integrity of financial information provided to the Board of Supervisors, County Administrative Officer, state and federal officials, auditors, and county staff; makes corrections to balance sheet accounts; reviews reconciliations; such as, warrants, payables, cash, and investments; performs variance analysis and makes appropriate corrections. THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Internal control systems and general ledger Methods, procedures, and terminology used in professional accounting. Financial statement and report analysis; techniques of financial forecasting. Principles, practices, and techniques of financial and statistical recordkeeping. Principles, practices, methods, and techniques in preparing financial statements and comprehensive accounting reports Working knowledge of: Principles and practices of governmental accounting (from thorough knowledge) Skill and Ability to: Interpret, explain, and apply legal and procedural rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and requirements. Interpret and apply professional and accounting principles and standards. Gather, organize, and evaluate data. Review, reconcile, and analyze financial statements and reports. Apply principles and practices of governmental accounting. Perform mathematical calculations. Meet schedules and timelines. Operate standard office equipment, including a computer and standard software. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; Provide excellent and courteous customer services and establish and maintain effective working relationships. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training.  Typical ways to acquire the required knowledge, skills, and abilities are listed below: Education:   Completion of the requirements for a bachelor's degree, from an accredited college or university, in accounting, auditing, or a related field with an emphasis in accounting or auditing AND Experience :   Three (3) years of experience performing full working-level accounting/auditing duties with a CPA firm, a public agency or private sector, of two years of experience at a level equivalent to an Accountant-Auditor II in Monterey County.  Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete Job Description: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/specifications.asp                                                               Additional Information BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "X" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing. NOTES: As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background investigation to include fingerprinting and a credit check and may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Nairi Davis at (831) 755-5092.   APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-line! Our Website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Auditor-Controller Department Attn: Nairi Davis, Senior Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA 93901 Email: davisn@co.monterey.ca.us Phone: (831) 755-5092  The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application packet will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to all the Supplemental Questions Priority Screening Date:  Friday, January 31, 2020     Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered.   Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5092         Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Part Time
Position Description Open Date: January 8, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # T20/60B21/01KK                       SUMMARY OF POSITION Monterey County Health Department's Behavioral Health Bureau has exciting opportunities for per diem Psychiatric Social Workers on a growing multidisciplinary team working in the Natividad Medical Center Emergency Room Department (ED) Crisis Team.  Natividad Medical Center is often the initial stop for community members who walk in or are brought in by law enforcement or ambulance and who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.  Patients may present with a variety of symptoms including substance related issues, danger to self or others, grave disability or medical issues.  The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department at Natividad Medical Center and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients, which may include 5150, outpatient treatment, or placement in another facility.   Monterey County Behavioral Health takes pride in providing caring and efficient direct services to the community.  In the ED, the Crisis Team Psychiatric Social Workers create positive rapport with clients and their families quickly and help patients know they are in a safe environment.    Duties of a Psychiatric Social Worker on the ED Crisis Team include assessing and diagnosing patients, collateral contact with client caregivers to collect information, provide psycho-education, referrals to clients and families and responding to crisis phone calls.  ED Crisis Team Psychiatric Social Workers work with a multidisciplinary treatment team which includes Natividad Physicians and Nurses and Behavioral Health Psychiatrists to assess the client's needs and provide an appropriate disposition.  Psychiatric Social Workers on the ED Crisis Team do not carry a caseload, but will complete a psychosocial assessment and other documentation for clients they see in the ED. Psychiatric Social Workers working on this team develop the ability to perform rapid clinical decision making and rapport building, develop skills in differential diagnosing including Substance Use, and to create strong working relationships with staff of other disciplines and work styles.   Per diem shifts may include day, evening and/or overnight (NOC), weekends and holiday coverage.  Per diem staff will work to fill in gaps in coverage and will be expected to be available to work a minimum of 10 hours per month.  Desired current skills for this position: Able to maintain flexible hours when needed Clear communication style Demonstrates care and empathy with clients and their families   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Position Definition & Distinguishing Characteristics Under direction, the Psychiatric Social Worker performs psychiatric assessments, diagnosis, clinical interventions and case management services for mentally and emotionally disturbed patients and their families in a mental health setting, and facilitate/coordinate treatment services.   Psychiatric Social Worker I: This is the entry-level position in the Psychiatric Social Worker series. Incumbents work in an assisting and supporting role, with closely supervised routine assignments that are limited in scope and independence.   Psychiatric Social Worker II: This is the advanced journey-level position in the Psychiatric Social Worker series competent to perform the full scope of specialized psychiatric assessment, diagnosis, clinical interventions to children and adolescents and seriously mentally ill adults in community or inpatient settings. Incumbents are expected to be fully trained and professionally skilled to independently provide services   Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and practices for services to clients with serious mental illness Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children Psychological diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality development from infancy through adulthood. Human and health services systems in the county including private agencies and other community resources.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatment to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. Set realistic treatment goals and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of mental disability or emotional distress of patients/clients. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Provide consultation and technical assistance to team member, other agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collectively within a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Be culturally sensitive A team player Have great customer service skills Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Commitment to integrity, Respect, Innovation, Health Equity and Excellence Comfortable working in a fast-paced Emergency Department Examples of Experience/Education/Training EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING : The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work and registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate Clinical Social Worker.   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority. Possession of a master's degree from an accredited school of Social Work, Marriage Family Therapy or Psychology Program. In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI)   Pursuant to Section 5751.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Possession of a California License as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage Family Child Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Psychologist or registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate in one of these areas.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf   https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B21.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906 :   Final Filing Date: Continuous   Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Exam #: 20/30N40/ 01CH Priority Screening: 02/03/2020 Agricultural Assistant I $15.65 ~ 21.40 hourly The Agricultural Commissioner's Office is seeking to fill several temporary seasonal vacancies for Agricultural Assistant I. Depending on the specific assignment, incumbents perform routine duties in support of produce inspection, trapping, seed production inspection, nursery inspection and other established inspection/detection programs, assists farm advisors with field, greenhouse and laboratory experiments, conducts weed control and eradication activities and maintains equipment and facilities. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a temporary basis.   Examples of Duties The duties listed below are illustrative only and are not meant to be an exhaustive listing of all the duties and responsibilities of Agricultural Assistant I positions. Assists in the inspection and survey of agricultural and other properties to determine the existence of pest and disease infestation or damage; reports on conditions found. Controls infestations of weeds, rodents, birds and other agricultural pests by spraying or applying pesticides, by either manual methods or setting traps. Mixes and applies pesticides according to label directions, use regulations and established formulas and procedures. Inspects agricultural crops at various growth stages for evidence of pests or disease, or fruit and vegetable standardization requirements. Operate hand tools; agricultural field equipment including field planters, fertilizer applicators, tractors and various cultivation equipment Monitors insect traps to identify and detect pests; refers suspect samples to experienced staff for confirmation; submits specimens to state laboratories as needed for official confirmation. Inspects fields, greenhouses and other production areas to ensure pest-free production and operations. Conducts weed surveys, control and eradication activities, including the application of herbicides. Inspects incoming plant shipments for presence of pests and reviews documentation to confirm compliance with quarantine regulations. Assists Agricultural Inspector/Biologists in conducting various inspections. Assists Weights/Measures Inspectors with various inspections and undercover test purchases. Visit the Monterey County Website to view the complete job descriptions: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/specifications.asp Examples of Experience/Education/Training The ideal candidate will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:   Some Knowledge of:   The methods of planting, maintaining, and harvesting of agricultural commodities; basic agricultural tools, equipment, and their use and care; care for various farm animals; use of pesticides and other chemicals. Skill and Ability to:   Maintain accurate records of activities related to assigned tasks. Work well with supervisor, coworkers, customers, homeowners and the public. Identify the presence of noxious weeds and other pests.   PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS    The physical and sensory abilities required for this classification include: The ability to lift and carry items weighing up to 50 lbs.; sit and work at a computer terminal for approximately 2 hours per day; and walk approximately 5 hours per day. Performs tasks outdoors or work on uneven ground or floor surfaces, in adverse weather conditions, in environments subject to sudden changes and/or extremes in air temperature, pressure, or humidity. Uses safety equipment and drives a County vehicle. Performs tasks requiring physical effort such as lifting, pushing, bending, stretching, repetitive arm or leg motion, unusually light or firm gripping, and coordinated skillful hand/arm movements. Ability to detect odors and aromas, project a voice that can be heard over loud noises, and be conscious of or perceive objects through touching. May come in contact with water, with a variety of toxic elements or irritants, chemical materials requiring OSHA Material Safety Data Sheets, allergens, dust, toxic fumes, liquids or gases, petroleum products, infectious organisms, plant, animal or food material or waste, vibration, moving objects, heat, fire, steam, non-ionizing radiation, explosions/implosions, electricity and hand/power tools. Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES The required application materials are as follows: The Monterey County Employment Application Form  and  Response to the Supplemental Questions.   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to:  Monterey County, Agricultural Commissioner's Office Attention: Jennifer Garcia 1428 Abbott Street Salinas, CA 93901 Phone: (831) 759-7378 OR Apply on-line at: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel   All application materials must be received by the priority screening date of February 3, 2020 . Applications received after this date will be considered on an as-needed basis. Applicants who fail to provide all required materials will not be considered.   Resume, cover letters, letters of interest, or other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for the required application materials. Failure to provide a complete response, leaving a response blank, or responding "see resume" will eliminate you from further consideration. Your detailed response to the supplemental questions is an integral part of the selection process. The required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants who are determined to be most highly qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, this process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination. The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if any changes are made.  Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity.  Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled.  If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Human Resources at (831) 759-7321. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description The Department of Social Services is currently recruiting to fill a Public Health Nurse II position.  This is a continuous recruitment and will be open until filled.    Please follow the link to view the job announcement:   Public Health Nurse II: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/MSS/jobs/2680386/public-health-nurse-ii?keywords=public%20health&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs   Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: February 20, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 20/60B01/02KK                                                  SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic Associate Clinical Social Workers (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC) candidates to work as part of care teams serving children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker I.   As a member of a psychiatric team, this position will assist and participate in interviewing clients and families, compile social case histories, participate in diagnostic and evaluative staff conferences, prepare reports, interpret and explain factors pertaining to mental illness, provide case management services and work collaboratively with a variety of community, county and state agencies.   The Behavioral Health Bureau is a progressive agency that serves children, youth, adults and their families with System of Care values of being community based, culturally relevant, client and family centered and using evidence based practices to support clients in the wellness and recovery of their mental illness.   Children's System of Care provides an array of clinical services from age's birth to 25 years of age and their families. Clinical teams include Early Childhood Services, Transition Age Youth, Post Hospitalization Support, as well clinical teams that partner with Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Probation.   Adult System of Care provides a wide range of comprehensive integrated care to adults with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use, primary care and other complex issues. Embracing the values and goals of wellness and recovery, the multi-disciplinary teams work together to provide the following types of services; i.e. psycho-social rehabilitation, strength-based case management, crisis intervention, supported employment, supported housing, substance use recovery, family support and community integration. Clinical teams include outpatient care coordination in Marina and Salinas; forensic services, and the mental health unit.   Access to Treatment provides an array of clinical services for all ages and their families. Clinical services include assessment, intervention, individual and group services. Linkage and referral to community resources and Children and Adult systems of care.   Crisis Team: The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients; which may include evaluation for involuntary holds (5150), outpatient treatment, and/or placement in another facility.   This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental or emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children, Psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality and human development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community Resources available to consumers for linkage.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatments to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted within established guidelines. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Demonstrate cultural humility Demonstrate a solid understanding of mental health disorders and treatment Demonstrate an understanding of substance use disorders and treatment Knowledge and application of DSM 5 Diagnosis Knowledge and application of mental health assessment Application of best-practice interventions, including evidence-based-practices Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Demonstrate ability to identify treatment needs and work collaboratively with other team members Ability to be flexible Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners Commitment to integrity, respect, innovation, health equity, and excellence Examples of Experience/Education/Training The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work and registration with the Board of Behavioral Science Examiners as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC).   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority. In accordance with HIPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI) Comply with California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.   Pursuant to Section 5751.2 (a) of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Registration with the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT), or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at:                 https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906: Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Final Filing Date:  Continuous Opening Exam #:  20/80S01/02OM The Emergency Communications Department is responsible for the operation of a countywide, consolidated Emergency Communications Center providing 9-1-1 and non-emergency call answering and law enforcement, fire protection and emergency medical dispatch services for over 30 local, Regional, County and State Public Safety agencies. The Communications Dispatcher Trainee receives on-the-job training in basic 9-1-1 call answering and radio dispatching methods and techniques.  Upon successful completion of the call taking training, incumbents are expected to promote to Communications Dispatcher I classification, typically within four to 6 months. This classification of Communications Dispatcher I is part of the flexible series and can flex to the classification of Communications Dispatcher II subject to meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill the current vacancy as well as any future vacancies through the life of the eligible list as they arise. Examples of Duties Receives training in answering 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls.  Reception and transmission of radio calls. Receives law, fire and medical calls for service.  Enters information received via keyboard for recording in a Computer Aided Dispatch System. Screen information to determine jurisdiction and equipment to be dispatched and transmits appropriate information by telephone or radio. Dispatches law enforcement or other personnel and equipment. Accurately types information on a computer keyboard in order to process and/or update information accurately. Records the nature and source of all incoming and outgoing radio messages as required. Monitors public safety frequencies. Learns to employ Standard Operating Procedures and Practices in receiving and dispatching details and messages. Studies and maintains familiarity with the locations and common place names of major roads, streets, industrial plants, county parks, and governmental agencies. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities. Skill and Ability to: Remain calm, think clearly and react quickly in emergency and stressful situations. Learn the operation of radio and telephone communications equipment. Learn the operation of a Computer Aided Dispatch System, radio transmitting and various communication equipment. Learn to dispatch public safety personnel and equipment in a quick and efficient manner. Learn and remember the policies and procedures of the department and user agencies. Retain, recall, and evaluate facts and/or details solely from memory. Communicate clearly and effectively with the general public, public safety officials and other governmental and private agency staff persons. Obtain and transmit clear and complete directions/information. Keep accurate records of messages received, mostly via computer keyboard entry. Learn, interpret and apply established rules and procedures. View multiple video display monitors for extended periods of time in a low-light conditions. Learn to simultaneously type while communicating with others. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Multi-task requiring simultaneous typing (rapid keyboarding), talking on the radio, answering multiple telephone calls and switching between computer screens and applications. Thoroughly evaluate situations, organize thoughts and respond quickly and accurately. Read, write, spell and speak in English. Accurately type 30 wpm (net) on a computer keyboard. Perform a variety of tasks simultaneously. Examples of Experience/Education/Training Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying.  An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is: Graduation from High School or possession of a GED certificate and one year of experience involving substantial public contact. Upon conditional offer of employment, all candidates must successfully complete and pass a Law Enforcement Background Investigation, Pre-Employment Medical Examination and a Psychological Examination. Required Condition of Employment As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Be willing and available to work all shifts, nights, week-ends, holidays and overtime. Possess a valid Class C Drivers' License, or be able to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the hiring authority. Successfully complete and pass a background investigation including Psychological and Medical evaluation. Ability to remain seated for long periods of time.  Up to twelve hours per day at a console working at a computer terminal. Additional Information ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Application and Selection Procedures Apply On-Line! Our website:  www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel Email: 911jobs@co.monterey.ca.us   The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made.  The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials.  A complete application package will include: A completed County of Monterey employment application. Responses to all of the Supplemental Questions. Must type 30 words per minute.  You will be tested on site.  No typing certificate required. Applicants who fail to provide all required materials by the application filing deadline will not be considered.  Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials.  All required application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process.  To assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer.  The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity.  Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled.  If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Patricia Eddings (831) 769-8882. BENEFITS Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package.  To view the "J" Unit Benefit Summary, please visit our website.  This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract.  The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing. As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction.  Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work.  Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.  A list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9.  If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: March 6, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 20/60B21/03KK                       SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) candidates to work as part of care teams serving children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker II.   The Psychiatric Social Worker II is the advanced level position for the Psychiatric Social Worker series. Candidates appointed to the Psychiatric Social Worker II level are expected to perform high quality psychiatric assessments, diagnosis and clinical interventions in inpatient and community settings to children, adolescents, and adults.   The Behavioral Health Bureau is a progressive agency that serves children, youth, adults and their families with System of Care values of being community based, culturally relevant, client and family centered and using clinical evidence based practices to support clients in the wellness and recovery of their mental illness.   Children's System of Care provides an array of clinical services from age's birth to 25 years of age and their families. Clinical teams include Early Childhood Services, Transition Age Youth, Post Hospitalization Support, as well clinical teams that partner with Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Probation.   Adult System of Care provides a wide range of comprehensive integrated care to adults with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use, primary care and other complex issues. Embracing the values and goals of wellness and recovery, the multi-disciplinary teams work together to provide the following types of services; i.e. psycho-social rehabilitation, strength-based case management, crisis intervention, supported employment, supported housing, substance use recovery, family support and community integration. Clinical teams include outpatient care coordination in Marina and Salinas; forensic services, and the mental health unit.   Access to Treatment provides an array of clinical services for all ages and their families. Clinical services include assessment, intervention, individual and group services. Linkage and referral to community resources and Children and Adult systems of care.   Crisis Team: The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients; which may include 5150, outpatient treatment or placement in another facility.   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise. Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and practices for services to clients with serious mental illness or severe emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children. Psychological diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions Codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community resources available to consumers for linkage.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatment to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. Provide services utilizing evidence-based practice skills. Lead treatment planning meetings for clinical staff. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning and/or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and be able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted with established guidelines. Provide consultation and mentor staff on best practices. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools, and other organizations. Work collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Demonstrate cultural humility Demonstrate a solid understanding of mental health disorders and treatment Demonstrate an understanding of substance use disorders and treatment Strong application of diagnostic skills using DSM 5 Strong ability to apply and utilize evidence-based and best-practice interventions Strong assessment skills Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Demonstrate ability to identify treatment needs and work collaboratively with other team members Ability to be flexible Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners Commitment to integrity, respect, innovation, health equity, and excellence Examples of Experience/Education/Training EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING : The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically:   Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited School of Social Work and licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE)   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority. Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited School of Social Work and licensure as a Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, or Professional Clinical Counselor in the State of California issued by the State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners (BBSE). In accordance with HIPPAA, incumbent must have applied for or have a National Provider Identifier (NPI). Comply with the California licensure requirements as outlined by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.   Pursuant to Section 5751.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, possession of any one of the following: Possession of a current California License as a Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Marriage Family Child Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Psychologist   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B21.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906   Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Seasonal
Position Description Do you want to have a direct impact on the health and safety of your community?  The County is setting up an Alternate Care Site at the Marina Airport to treat sub-acute patients. This will be a transitional facility for patients who have tested positive for Covid-19 and have been discharged from the hospital but still need a level care that cannot be completed at home. This is not a walk-up clinic, this is an extension of all County Hospitals and will require admission from one of those locations. We are also looking for volunteers to work at the Alternate Housing Sites (various locations throughout the County) to provide temporary housing for those patients released from care that do not have the ability to quarantine or do not have adequate housing to return home to. Examples of Duties The Ideal Candidate We are seeking individuals with all levels of medical experience including: Physician Physician Assistant Nurse Practitioner Nurse Nursing Assistant Medical Assistant Licensed Vocational Nurse EMT/Paramedic Pharmacist Pharmacy Technician Medical Interpreter Medical Record Clerk/Scribe Registration/Admitting Clerk Informational Technology Social Worker Case Manager/Discharge Planner Dietitian We may also need a group of people who may not have medical experience to assist with food running, facility maintenance, and other administrative & supportive functions. Examples of Experience/Education/Training This is an unpaid and non-benefitted Disaster Service Worker Volunteer role.  To better understand this role,  click here.    (Download PDF reader)   Additional Information Please complete the application, including the supplemental questions regarding your skills and availability. If you hold a valid license/certification, please provide your license number and name as it appears (licensure will be verified via primary sourcing). Copies may be uploaded to your profile or emailed to scherersd@natividad.com Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description   Exam:  #20/14P32/05ND Final Filing Date:  Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date:  Friday, June 12, 2020 All application materials must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review.  Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis.   DESCRIPTION: The Monterey County Auditor-Controller's Office seeks a results-oriented individual who will support management and the business needs of the County through the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System, which includes Human Resources/Payroll, Financial, and Budget Preparation components.  The ERP Business Analyst has a high degree of interaction with management, County staff, vendors, and consultants.  The incumbent must represent the Auditor-Controller's Office with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. DEPARTMENT : The Auditor-Controller is an elected official who provides the County of Monterey with financial leadership and expert advice on a wide range of fiscal matters and advocates financial integrity and accountability in all County business practices.  The department consists of five divisions: Administration, Systems, General Accounting, Internal Audit, and Disbursements (Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Property Tax). The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. Examples of Duties PARAMOUNT DUTIES: Creates, documents and maintains County business processes; sets and maintains application level security; develops and administers security definitions and profiles. Coordinates with information technology and end users to determine patches/updated logic and application upgrades implementation; tracks functional upgrades in new releases of ERP software; educates end users on new functionality and implements new functionality upon request, Develops training curriculum and conducts training sessions. Consults and coordinates with information technology and/or system vendors to resolve application/system and equipment problems. Responds to end user requests for assistance. Translates County business requirements into business solutions utilizing ERP system functionality; acts as liaison between executive and management staff, end users, and information technology staff to design and configure business solutions to ensure business requirements have been met. Creates and maintains table driven business rules and other ERP application configuration settings. Develops and manages project plans to implement business solutions; monitors and communicates progress of project. Creates custom program designs to be coded and tested by information technology; develops and coordinates acceptance criteria with end users. Develops, with end users, test plans and procedures for implementation of added functionality, custom programs, and software upgrades and system patches; coordinates with information technology to test patches/updated logic and overall application upgrades. Creates end user reports utilizing the vendor's report writer and query tools; automates business process by using application workflow technology. Visit the Monterey County website to view the complete Job Description: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE IDEAL CANDIDATE : Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of: ERP System modules in finance, and/or accounting, and/or budgeting, and/or human resources, and/or payroll, and/or property tax. Business Process Reengineering (BPR). ERP business solution implementation. Problem diagnosis and troubleshooting techniques. Working knowledge of: Relational database theory and design. Security methods for managing ERP system access. Principles and practices of training. Principles and methods of automated records system management. Web-based business processes; such as, recruitment, procurement, employee self-serve, etc. Skill and Ability to: Develop, communicate and execute detailed project plans. Define and document business requirements. Configure ERP application or create custom software designs. Create reports utilizing ERP application reporting tools. Establish and maintain effective working relationships and maintain high levels of customer service. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; follow oral and written instructions. Read, understand, interpret and apply ERP system manuals. Work independently under limited supervision, exercise initiative within established procedural guidelines, and organize and prioritize work to meet established deadlines. Log and track new releases of software, associated functional upgrades and software patches. Coordinate implementation of new software releases, functional upgrades and software patches with information technology and end users. Write clear and concise instructions and training plans. Microsoft Office software including Access, Power Point, Excel and Word. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training.  Typical ways to acquire the required knowledge, skills, and abilities are listed below:   Completion of all coursework leading to a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field AND Three years of experience in business systems analysis, design or management   OR   A graduate level degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, or a related field AND One year of experience in business system analysis, design, or management Additional Information BENEFITS Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "X" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing.   NOTES As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background investigation to include fingerprinting and a credit check and may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call Nairi Davis at (831) 755-5092.     APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-line! Our Website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Auditor-Controller Department Attn: Nairi Davis, Senior Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA 93901 Email: davisn@co.monterey.ca.us Phone: (831) 755-5092  The selection process is tentative, and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application packet will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to all the Supplemental Questions Priority Screening Date:  Friday, June 12, 2020   All application materials must be received by the priority screen date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.  The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity.  Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled.  If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5092. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description Open Date: May 27, 2020 Final Filing Date: Continuous Exam # 20/60B01T/05KK                                                     SUMMARY OF POSITION The Monterey County Health Department , Behavioral Health Bureau is seeking enthusiastic candidates to work as part of a medical care team with children, youth and adults as a Psychiatric Social Worker I - Trainee .   The Behavioral Health Bureau  is a progressive agency that serves children, youth, adults and their families with System of Care values of being community based, culturally relevant, client and family centered and using evidence based practices to support clients in the wellness and recovery of their mental illness. Children's System of Care  provides an array of clinical services from birth to 25 years of age and their families. Clinical teams include Early Childhood Services, Transitional Age Youth, Post Hospitalization Support, as well clinical teams that partner with Child Welfare, Education and Juvenile Probation. Adult System of Care provides a wide range of comprehensive integrated care to adults with serious mental illness, co-occurring substance use, primary care and other complex issues. Embracing the values and goals of wellness and recovery, the multi-disciplinary teams work together to provide the following types of services; i.e. psycho-social rehabilitation, strength-based case management, crisis intervention, supported employment, supported housing, substance use recovery, family support and community integration. Clinical teams include outpatient care coordination in Marina and Salinas; forensic services, and the mental health unit.   Access to Treatment provides an array of clinical services for all ages and their families. Clinical services include assessment, intervention, individual and group services. Linkage and referral to community resources and Children and Adult systems of care.   Crisis Team: The ED Crisis Team is responsible for psychiatric evaluations of clients in the Emergency Department and assisting to determine the appropriate level of care for those patients; which may include evaluation for involuntary holds (5150), outpatient treatment, and/or placement in another facility.   As a member of a psychiatric team, this position will assist and participate in interviewing clients and families, compile social case histories, participate in diagnostic and evaluative staff conferences, prepare reports, interpret and explain factors pertaining to mental illness, provide case management services and work collaboratively with a variety of community, county and state agencies.   Candidates appointed to the Psychiatric Social Worker I - Trainee level may be promoted to the Psychiatric Social Worker I level upon meeting the employment standards for the higher job class which includes receiving their Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT) number, Associate Clinical Social Worker (ASW) number, or Associate Professional Clinical Counselor (APCC) number issued by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners, within six months of hire.   The Eligible List established by this recruitment process will be used to fill current and future vacancies, both regular and temporary, as they arise.   Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills and abilities:   Knowledge of: Current philosophy, principles, and evidence-based practices for services to consumers with serious mental or emotional disturbance. Individual, group and family psychodynamics as they relate to adults or children, Psychiatric diagnostic methods and terminology. Personality and human development from infancy through adulthood. Public Mental Health Policy and Welfare and Institutions codes that provides guidelines for human and health services systems in the County. Community Resources available to consumers for linkage.   Skill and Ability to: Provide treatments to adults, children or adolescents with various mental disabilities ranging from serious mental illness to dysfunctional behavior patterns including victims of sexual and physical abuse. In conjunction with the consumer, develop realistic, attainable and measurable service plans and facilitate their attainment. Evaluate the degree of community functioning or emotional distress of consumers. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and able to complete work using electronic format. Ensure time sensitive documentation submitted within established guidelines. Provide consultation and technical assistance to agencies, schools and other organizations. Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team.   Characteristics of the Ideal Candidate: Demonstrate cultural humility Demonstrate a solid understanding of mental health disorders and treatment Demonstrate an understanding of substance use disorders and treatment Knowledge of DSM 5 Diagnosis Knowledge of mental health and substance use interventions Develop and maintain positive partnerships within the agency and in the community Ability to be flexible Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners Commitment to integrity, respect, innovation, health equity, and excellence Examples of Experience/Education/Training The skills necessary may be acquired through various types of education, training, and/or experience, typically: At time of application: Education: Possession, or ability to obtain within four months, a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work Or Possession (or obtain within four months) a Master's Degree which qualifies for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners. At time of hire: Education: Possession of a Master's Degree from an accredited school of social work Or Possession of a Master's Degree which qualifies for licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist by the California State Board of Behavioral Science Examiners.   Required Conditions of Employment: The Health Department will conduct a thorough background and reference check process which includes a Department of Justice fingerprint check. Possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record or ability to provide suitable transportation approved by the appointing authority.   For complete information see the class specification/job description on our website at:                 https://www2.co.monterey.ca.us/pages/hr/class-specs/60B01.pdf Additional Information APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES TO APPLY : Submit the following to the Monterey County Health Department, Human Resources Division, 1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93906: Monterey County Employment Application form Responses to the Supplemental Questions   Or apply on-line at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/find-a-job   Please be aware if the application form and responses to supplemental questions are not submitted timely with other required application materials, the application will be removed from further consideration.   Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but will not be accepted in lieu of, required application materials .   Application materials will be competitively evaluated.  Those applicants who are determined to be most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the process. To further assess applicant's possession of required qualifications, this examination may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercise, performance exercise, performance exam, and/or written examination.   For more information or to receive application materials, contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519.   SPECIAL NOTES: If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodations, please call the Health Department Human Resources Office at 831-755-4519. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the United States. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your salary will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed below.   BENEFITS: The County offers an excellent benefits package (Unit K) The County of Monterey offers a premium benefit package that includes 22 days of annual leave; 11 paid public holidays per year; health, dental, vision; life insurance; and CalPERS retirement. For more benefits information please contact the Health Department Human Resources Division at 831-755-4519   See the Unit K Benefit Summary sheet at https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/benefits/benefit-summary-sheet for more information.   The information listed above is a general summary of benefits for this position. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution and any applicable Memoranda of Understanding prevail over this listing. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description     Exam #20/20B97/05ND Application Filing Deadline: Open Until Filled Priority Screening Date: July 20, 2020   DEPARTMENT: The Auditor-Controller is an elected official who provides the County of Monterey with financial leadership and expert advice on a wide range of fiscal matters and advocates financial integrity and accountability in all County business practices.  The department consists of five divisions: Administration, Systems, General Accounting, Internal Audit, and Disbursements (Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Property Tax).  DESCRIPTION : The Monterey County Auditor-Controller seeks a results oriented professional to manage, plan, organize and direct the work of the Office's General Accounting Division. The incumbent must represent the Auditor-Controller's Office with tact, diplomacy, and professionalism. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis. All application material must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Examples of Duties Plans, organizes, directs, and manages the General Accounting Division's functions of the Auditor-Controller's Office. Selects, supervises, trains, and evaluates the performance of subordinate professional, technical and clerical staff. Coordinates division activities with those of other divisions, departments, and agencies. Recommends, develops, writes, reviews, and implements policies and procedures for use by divisional, departmental, County, and other agencies' staff. Reviews new legislation, regulations and laws, researches special financial, accounting, and related problems and conducts highly complex studies. Provides advice and assistance to departments and special districts, establishes and maintains budgetary system controls, and performs highly complex financial analysis. Develops, writes, reviews, and implements policies and procedures dealing with financial controls, accounting, and financial reporting. Oversees the preparation and publication of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, County-wide Cost Allocation Plan, County and Special District Financial Transaction Reports, Adopted Budget, and the Single Audit Report. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications   KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: A combination of experience, education and/or training which substantially demonstrates the following knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough Knowledge of: Governmental accounting principles, practices, and procedures. Principles and methods of management to include work planning, analysis, and organization. Working Knowledge of: The principles and practices of supervision and training. Computerized data processing as it relates to accounting operations and management information systems. State and Federal laws and regulations governing the financial operations of local government, including those affecting fiscal operations, public finance, and financial reporting. Quantitative analysis. Some Knowledge of: Business statistics. Skills and Abilities to: Plan, organize, coordinate, and direct complex Countywide accounting activities. Analyze, evaluate, and solve complex fiscal, accounting, and administrative problems. Select, supervise, train, and evaluate the performance of professional, technical, and clerical staff. Prepare, review, interpret, explain, and apply complex fiscal data and reports. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Develop and revise accounting and other systems and procedures. Prepare clear and concise accounting, financial, and narrative reports.    Communicate effectively orally and in writing.   Highly Desirable: Possession of a CPA license. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education, or training. Typical ways to acquire the required knowledge, skills, and abilities are listed below:   Completion of all coursework leading to a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, Accounting, or a related field. AND Three years of experience in business systems analysis, design, or management.  OR   A graduate level degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Public Administration, Finance, or a related field. AND One year of experience in business system analysis, design, or management. Additional Information BENEFITS: Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "Unit X - Safety and Non-Safety Management" Benefit Summary Sheet, please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. NOTES: As a condition of employment, prospective employees may be required to submit to a background investigation to include fingerprinting and a credit check and may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of any criminal conviction. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly, and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.   APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-Line! Our website: www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Auditor-Controller Department Attn:Nairi Davis, Senior Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor, Salinas, CA?93901 Email: DavisN@co.monterey.ca.us    |   Phone:(831) 755-5092 To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the examination process may include an oral examination, pre- examination exercises, performance examination, and/or written examination. The competitive examination process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application package will include the following: A Completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to the Supplemental Questions For a guaranteed review, all application materials must be received by the priority screen date of July 20, 2020. Applications received after this priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled. Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for the required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the examination process. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: Monterey County is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 755-5092. Closing Date/Time:
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Temporary
Position Description Would you like to have a direct impact on the health and safety of your community during this pandemic and locally declared emergency?  The Health Department is seeking volunteers to work in a variety of positions for the Health Department.  The location and assignment would depend upon the organizational needs and specific position applied for.  Some positions may require a commitment of a minimum number of hours per week or special skills. Examples of Duties We are seeking individuals with all levels of experience to support the Health Department in the following areas: Social Worker expertise in supporting individual with mental health needs. Specific role is to support individuals residing in alternate Housing and Sheltering sites due to being considered at higher risk for developing complications from COVID-19; individuals diagnosed with COVID-19; and individuals considered close contacts to people diagnosed with COVID-19.  Public Health Communication. Roles may include staffing the Health Department COVID-19 hotline and developing outreach and educational materials.  Disease Investigation.  Upon completion of training, volunteers would be assigned a caseload to support case and contact investigations.  Duties include conducting interviews, delivering health information, and documenting information. Testing and Immunization Clinic Support. Roles may include assisting the public with scheduling appointments for testing, filling out registration paperwork, and directing clients to appropriate areas of the clinic. This is an unpaid and non-benefited Disaster Service Worker Volunteer role.  To better understand this role, click here ( Download PDF file ).   Additional Information Please submit a copy of your resume, cover letter, and complete the supplemental questions regarding your skills and availability.  If you hold a valid license / certification, please provide your license number and name as it appears (all licenses will be verified).  Copies may be uploaded to your profile or emailed to:  uganizar@co.monterey.ca.us Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Monterey County Human Resources Salinas, California, United States
Oct 01, 2020
Full Time
Position Description                                  Final Filing Date:  Open Until Filled Exam#  20/39B23/06JD Priority Screen Date: July 10, 2020   THE POSITION:   The Monterey County Office of the County Counsel seeks two highly motivated professionals with a desire to defend and advise the County in a variety of complex legal matters. There are two opportunities available: Civil Litigation and Trial: the ideal candidate for this position will be an experienced civil litigation and trial attorney to take on assignments in civil litigation and transactional advisory work. Civil trial experience at the state and federal level is highly desirable. Tax and Public Finance :  the ideal candidate for this position will be an experienced transactional attorney, with significant tax and public finance experience.  The assignments for this position will include advising the Monterey County Assessor/Clerk/Recorder's Office and the Monterey County Treasurer-Tax Collector's Office. THE DEPARTMENT:   The Office of the County Counsel serves as the in-house legal counsel for the County of Monterey, the Board of Supervisors (BOS), and all County officers, departments, agencies, boards, and commissions, as well as liaison and support to the Civil Grand Jury. In addition to providing legal advice, the Office also represents the County in civil and special litigation in state and federal courts, various administrative proceedings, and coordinates the services of outside legal counsel. The County Counsel's Office consists of four divisions; General Government, Litigation, Land Use and Risk Management. This classification is part of a flexible series. Incumbents appointed at the lower level of the career series may be promoted up to the higher level of the career series subject to their meeting the employment standards for the higher class and a recommendation for their promotion by the appointing authority in accordance with the Flexible Staffing Program and Guidelines. The Eligible List established by this recruitment may be used to fill current and future vacancies on a regular full-time, part-time, or temporary basis.                                                All application materials must be received by the priority screening date for a guaranteed review. Applications received after this date will be considered on an as needed basis until the position is filled.   Examples of Duties Studies and interprets laws, and applies statutes, regulations, court decisions, and legal authorities in the giving of advice, written opinions and the preparation of cases, pleadings and briefs; Conducts discovery, examines and interprets evidence, and makes tentative decisions concerning advisability to prosecute, compromise, and/or dismissal of civil litigation; handles pretrial hearings and settlement conferences; prepares briefs and pleadings in both trial court and appellate matters; Prepares legal briefs, drafts reviews and approves contracts, deeds, leases, ordinances, resolutions, and similar legal documents; Attends meetings of boards and commissions as requested to give both oral and written legal counsel and advice; Confers with and advises officer and employees of the County, and County related special districts and agencies, on complex legal questions pertaining to their respective powers, duties, functions, obligations, procedures, and operations that have broad implications for the County and its related entities. To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website: https://www.co.monterey.ca.us/government/departments-a-h/human-resources/human-resources/class-specifications THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, abilities: Thorough knowledge of : Principles of civil, constitutional and administrative law and of California and federal civil procedures, particularly as it relates to county government, and other public agency law. Principles, methods and materials of legal research. The rules of evidence, discovery practice and appellate practice. Those areas of law directly affecting public entities and their operation, and public officials and employees and their rights, duties, and responsibilities. Skill and Ability to : Draft legal instruments such as ordinances, resolutions, Board orders, Joint Powers Agreements, and contracts; Analyze, appraise and organize facts, evidence and precedents and present such materials clearly and concisely either in oral or written, legal form; Analyze and appraise a variety of legal documents and instruments and give sound legal advice or devise an appropriate plan of action based thereon; Establish and maintain confidential relationships with County department heads and members of the Board of Supervisors; Develop and maintain cooperative work relationship both within the County Counsel's Office and with those contacted within the course and scope of work. Examples of Experience/Education/Training The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above may be acquired through various types of experience, education or training, typically: Experience: Two years experience as a Deputy County Counsel III with Monterey County; or three years of increasingly responsible experience with a public agency in the appropriate legal specialty at a level comparable to a Deputy County Counsel III in Monterey County; OR Five years of increasingly responsible experience in a county counsel's office, city attorney or other civil public law office as a second level journeyman; OR A combination thereof. REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possess and active membership in the State Bar of California. Possess a valid California Class C driver's license. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS : Admission to practice law before the Federal District Court(s) and the Federal Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Additional Information BENEFITS Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the "G" Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing. NOTES As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary. APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCEDURES Apply On-line! Our Website:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/montereycounty   Applications may be obtained from and submitted to: Monterey County Human Resources Department Attn: Jennifer Datan, Personnel Analyst 168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor - Human Resources, Salinas, CA 93901 Email: datanj@co.monterey.ca.us Phone: (831) 759-6990 Fax: (831) 757-5792   The selection process is tentative and applicants will be notified if changes are made. The competitive selection process includes submittal of required application materials. A complete application packet will include: A completed County of Monterey Employment Application Responses to all of the Supplemental Questions   All application materials must be received by the priority screen date of July 10, 2020, for a guaranteed review.  Applications received after the priority screen date will be considered on an as needed basis until position is filled.   Resumes, cover letters, letters of interest, and other correspondence will not be accepted as a substitute for required application materials. All required application materials will be competitively evaluated. Those applicants that are determined to be the most appropriately qualified will be invited to participate further in the selection process. To assess applicants' possession of required qualifications, the process may include an oral examination, pre-exam exercises, performance exam, and/or written examination. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY  Monterey County is a drug-free work place and an equal opportunity employer. The County seeks candidates who can make contributions in an environment of cultural and ethnic diversity. Monterey County provides reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you possess a disability that would require test accommodation, please call the Human Resources Analyst at (831) 759-6990. Closing Date/Time: