Butte-Glenn Community College
Oroville, CA, United States
Description Opened until filed Full-time 40 hours per week; 12 months per year Salary Range 1 $49,631.93 - $60,551.02 per year (POST Basic Certification required) Salary Range 2 $50,624.55 - $61,762.05 per year (POST Intermediate Certification required) Salary Range 3 $51,617.20 - $62,973.09 per year (POST Advanced Certification required) Salary Range 4 $52,609.83 - $64,184.10 per year (POST Supervisory Certification required) Anticipated start date:May 1, 2020 Relocation reimbursement may be authorized. If interested, the successful applicant must request relocation reimbursement at time of job offer. If you are relocating to the area, housing resources can be found on our Human Resources page. POSITION HIGHLIGHTS: Butte College Police Officers perform a variety of duties and responsibilities related to providing protection of life and property on and near District property, respond to reported emergencies, initiate pro-active policing and perform other law enforcement functions. Butte College is a great working environment with reasonable hours and a generous vacation plan. Sworn members of this department are peace officers pursuant to Penal Code• 830.32 and Education Code• 72330. HEALTH BENEFITS: The District offers several Comprehensive Medical plans at no cost to the employee and their dependents. Dental, Vision and STD/LTD are at no cost. Additionally, the District provides access to two Heath and Wellness Centers through Butte Schools Self-Funded Programs for little to no cost depending on plan selection. Retirement plans include CalPERS, CalSTRS, 403B and 457B. ABOUT BUTTE COLLEGE: Butte College's main campus is located on a 928-acre wildlife refuge and we pride ourselves on being a national college leader in sustainability. Community partnerships matter to us. We work with our K-12 partners to create career pathways for students to seamlessly move from high school to Butte College coursework or credit to transfer to a four-year university. In fact, Butte College has the highest transfer rate of all California community colleges to California State University, Chico. Butte College contributes to economic development through the Training Place, and the Small Business Development Center. For over 50 years , we have successfully provided a quality educational experience to our students, offering associates degrees and training in career fields including business, medical, law enforcement, welding, automotive, computers, and more. The ideal candidate will share Butte College's commitment to our mission and values , especially our commitment to educating our racially and socio-economically diverse student population. We currently enroll around 15,300 students annually, many of whom are from racially minoritized populations. 54% of Butte College students are white, 28% are Latinx, 6% are Asian, 2% are African American, 1% are Native American, and 5% are multi-ethnic. As a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), Butte College understands that it has a great responsibility to the educational attainment and economic well-being of our surrounding communities. The successful candidate will join a campus community that demonstrates its commitment to student equity by supporting ongoing professional development for students, faculty and staff. These opportunities include a Cultural Awareness Community of Practice, FAIR Classrooms, active Diversity and Student Equity Committees, support for our undocumented and AB 540 students , a robust set of culturally responsive programs and events, and conferences related to equity-mindedness and supporting the success of our diverse students. OVERVIEW: Under the general direction of the Butte-Glenn Community College District Chief of Police performs a variety of duties and responsibilities related to providing protection of life and property on and near District property; responds to reported emergencies; initiates pro-active policing and performs other law enforcement functions. Sworn members of this department shall be considered peace officers pursuant to Penal Code• 830.32 and Education Code• 72330. The Butte College Police Department is dedicated to the people, traditions and diversity of our College. In order to protect life and property, prevent crime and reduce the fear of crime, we will provide service with understanding, response with compassion, performance with integrity and law enforcement with vision. Representative Duties The duties recorded below are representative of the duties of the class and are not intended to cover all the duties performed by incumbent(s) of any particular position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the scope of work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. The essential duties of the class are indicated with an asterisk *. Patrols campus by foot, vehicle or other specialized motor vehicle and answers calls to protect personnel, property and facilities. Inspects and checks the security of District property; assists with the management of the District's lost and found property* Responds to emergencies on grounds or in buildings; arrests offenders as required* Conducts investigations of violations of laws and District policy* Prepares crime, incident, traffic and accident/injury reports; testifies in court proceedings* Takes immediate action to reduce danger and possible malfunctions of District equipment; assists in the maintenance of emergency equipment such as emergency parking lot phones; and AED equipment* Enforces parking and traffic laws on District property; controls the parking and safe movement of vehicles on District property; assists persons with battery jumps and car lockouts* Responds to on-campus medical emergencies in the role of First Responder and may provide basic first aid/CPR as necessary* Provides escort to staff and students , as requested or necessitated. Assists outside agencies* Provides law enforcement for special events* Coordinates disaster response or crisis management activities such as opening shelters, special needs programs and evacuations* Gathers, processes and maintains integrity of evidence, interrogates witnesses, appears in court and testifies as arresting or investigating officer* Escorts people off campus (i.e. restraining orders, dismissed personnel, disruptive students); apprehends and arrests violators* Provides information to the general public while visiting District premises. Locks and unlocks buildings as required May perform dispatcher functions when necessary May assist in the training of department and District staff; may assume the duties of a supervisor in the absence of a ranking officer Serves on a variety of District committees as directed Performs other duties as may be assigned Qualifications/Requirements MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Graduation from high school, G.E.D. or the equivalent; AND Graduation from a P.O.S.T. certified basic police academy; AND Possession of a California Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate ("Lateral"), a California P.O.S.T. Basic Course Waiver Certificate or have successfully completed a P.O.S.T.-Certified Requalification Course within the previous three (3) years *. * If you are a Peace Officer from out-of-state, you must be in possession of a "Basic Course Waiver (BCW)" issued by the California commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Please visit https://post.ca.gov/ for more information. CERTIFICATES / LICENSES / AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Hold and maintain a valid driver's license throughout duration of employment with the District. Hold and maintain valid First Aid/CPR certificates throughout duration of employment with the District. Hold and maintain POST certification throughout duration of Employment with the District. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Must pass a pre-employment criminal background check. Candidates must successfully complete a pre-employment questionnaire, psychological screening, drug-testing, physical examination, fingerprint investigation, and motor vehicle screening. Be free of any felony conviction and certain misdemeanor convictions. DIVERSITY QUALIFICATIONS: Sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity and sexual orientation and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and staff. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience working for a P.O.S.T. approved California Law Enforcement Agency. Experience as a peace officer in a public educational, community college or university environment. Trainings related to student safety in an educational environment. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: May be acquired through education, training, and/or experience. Knowledge of: applicable Board of Trustees administrative policies and procedures, basics of Penal/Vehicle Code and other related codes. Ability to: patrol effectively detecting and preventing problems; prepare accurate and comprehensive reports; make quick decisions and react calmly in emergency situations; analyze situations and take quick effective and reasonable action to prevent injury, loss of life or destruction of property, prepare written reports of investigations, maintain accurate records and analyze data; use vehicles, computer systems, weapons and other technologies and tools employed by police agencies; maintain cooperative working relationships, connect and build trust and demonstrate a commitment to professional ethics and integrity; promote good public relations and customer services; meet and maintain all POST standards for employment as a police officer, establish rapport with staff, students, and the public from various backgrounds; remember names, faces, and details of incidents; render first aid in emergency situations; handle fire extinguisher equipment; College Police Officers will be expected to deal with employees and the community in a helpful, courteous, friendly and firm manner. Supplemental Information WORK DIRECTION, LEAD AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Not applicable - no assigned permanent staff to supervise. May provide work direction to student workers. PHYSICAL EFFORT: Normal law enforcement patrol, first aid, CPR, detention, and arrest. CONTACTS: Faculty, staff, administrators, students, other law enforcement agencies, and the general public, to include crime suspects and witnesses to crimes, etc. WORKING CONDITIONS: Law enforcement environment, subject to adverse weather conditions and hazardous materials; work schedule will include nights, weekends and holidays. Typical work schedule will be 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday or Monday through Thursday. Overtime for weekend special events or athletic events may be required. Work environment involves some exposure to hazards or physical risks, which require following basic safety precautions. College Police Officers work under exposure to injury resulting from dangerous weapons, physical and verbal abuse; and adverse weather conditions. Work with people under physical and/or emotional stress. Work may involve moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, unpleasant odors, and/or loud noises. Moderate physical activity; standing or walking for extended periods of time. Must wear uniform and equipment including but not limited to: utility belt, hand gun, ammunition, baton, flashlight, and handcuffs and wear Kevlar vest. Perform duties while sitting, standing, walking or running intermittently throughout shift; climb fences, stairs, barricades, ladders or traverse uneven terrain; repeatedly kneel, bend, or stoop; intermittently push, pull, and use force to move objects; constantly reach, handle, or grasp various objects. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS: The successful applicant will be required to complete a medical history questionnaire and must agree to undergo and pass a pre-employment physical examination, based on the physical requirements of the position, prior to employment. The physician will be selected and paid for by the District. Disabilities not related to the essential physical job requirements will not preclude the applicant from being hired. Education Code • 87408.6 states that no person shall be initially employed by a community college district in an academic or classified position unless the person has submitted to an examination within the past sixty (60) days to determine that he or she is free of active tuberculosis. As a condition of employment the position you are applying for will require that you provide fingerprints to the local police department. The fee charged by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for the fingerprint report is the employee's responsibility. If you should be offered this position you will be asked to sign a payroll deduction form which will authorize the District to deduct the fee charged by the DOJ from your first paycheck. The District reserves the right to modify, rescind or re-advertise this announcement without notification or to delay indefinitely the employment of a person for the position. The Butte-Glenn Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. --------------------------------------------------Application Instructions-------------------------------------------- ALL APPLICANTS, INCLUDING CURRENT BUTTE COLLEGE EMPLOYEES, MUST SUBMIT ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WITH THE ONLINE APPLICATION IN ORDER TO MOVE FORWARD IN THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS. REQUIRED ATTACHMENTS All on-line attachment types require that you attach a document. RESUME OR VITA: Please submit this as an attachment, not as a text resume within the application. TRANSCRIPTS OF ACADEMIC WORK: You are required to provide transcripts for coursework and/or degrees listed on the application materials you have submitted. The transcripts must include the date the institution granted the degree. Legible copies of transcripts are acceptable at this point in the process. Official transcripts must be submitted prior to hire. FOREIGN TRANSCRIPTS: Foreign transcripts must include a U.S. evaluation and translation. Please contact the Office of Human Resources for a list of agencies providing this service or our website at; http://www.butte.edu/hr/job_opportunities/associate_faculty/foreign_degree_eval.html All offers of employment are contingent upon the submission of official transcripts showing completion of the degree. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sonoma County, CA
Santa Rosa, CA, United States
Position Information The Sonoma County Water Agency (Sonoma Water) seeks an experienced and resourceful Principal Engineer! The Water Agency Principal Engineer plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the work of an engineering section at Sonoma Water. They will manage and review the duties of staff engaged in civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering work related to the planning, design, construction, and operation of large municipal water and wastewater utility systems and flood management projects. Additionally, Principal Engineers will: Represent Sonoma Water before official bodies, regulatory agencies, subcontractors, and the general public Work closely with teams throughout Sonoma Water to coordinate, prioritize, and oversee the planning, design, and implementation of capital infrastructure projects Oversee consultants, review plans and specifications, and manage processes for the development of construction bidding documents The ideal candidate will have experience: Managing the design of complex civil, mechanical, and electrical engineering capital projects for public water supply and wastewater systems Supervising professional engineering staff in the management of multiple, simultaneous projects Preparing and reviewing project cost estimates and budgets Implementing and ensuring compliance with process controls to facilitate project readiness for construction, including complete and accurate preparation of construction bidding documents Complying with regulations, codes, permits, and industry standards applicable to water supply, wastewater, and flood management projects Preparing and reviewing project specifications in Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) format Planning, engineering, and developing flood management projects Public speaking before elected boards/councils and the general public What We Offer Working at the County of Sonoma offers expansive opportunities for growth and development, the ability to be a part of a challenging and rewarding work environment, and the satisfaction of knowing you're working to better our communities.You can also look forward to a competitive total compensation package*, including: An annual Staff Development/Wellness Benefit allowance up to $1,700 and ongoing education/training opportunities Competitive vacation and sick leave accruals, 12 paid holidays, and an additional 8 floating holiday hours per year Significant portion of health care premiums paid by the County and access to several health plan options County contribution to a Health Reimbursement Arrangement to help fund post-retirement employee health insurance/benefits Retirement fully integrated with Social Security May be eligible for up to 8 weeks (320 hours) of Paid Parental Leave after 12 months of County employment Eligibility for a salary increase after 1,040 hours (6 months when working full-time) for good work performance; eligibility for a salary increase for good performance every year thereafter, until reaching the top of the salary range About Sonoma Water Sonoma Water is a special district formed by the California State Legislature in 1949 and is responsible for providing a safe and reliable water supply to its customers in Sonoma and Marin counties. Sonoma Water also maintains 75 miles of flood control channels and provides sanitation services. Employing approximately 230 employees, Sonoma Water consists of six divisions including Engineering and Resource Planning, Environmental Resources, Community and Government Affairs, Water and Wastewater Operations, Maintenance, and Administrative Services. Sonoma Water supports the concept of environmental sustainability, focusing on renewable power sources, and strives to be a leader in its water conservation and fishery restoration programs. Please note : Employees of Sonoma Water are employees of a special district and are not subject to the provisions of the Civil Service Ordinance of the County of Sonoma. *Salary is negotiable within the established range. Benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice. This employment list may also be used to fill futurepositions as they occur during the active status of the list. County employees who wish to be considered for future positions should consider applying to this recruitment . Minimum Qualifications Education: Any combination of education and training that would provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. Normally, graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in mechanical, electrical or civil engineering with emphasis in water resources, hydraulics, hydrology or a closely related field would provide such opportunity. Experience: Any combination of experience that would provide the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. Normally, four years of full-time, professional engineering employment with at least two years at a level comparable to or higher than the Water Agency Engineer classification would provide such opportunity. One year of supervisory experience is highly desirable. Other Requirements Certification: Possession of a valid certificate of registration in one of the specialty areas, depending on assignment. Mechanical Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Mechanical Engineer issued by the State of California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Electrical Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Electrical and/or Control System Engineer issued by the State of California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. Civil Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a Professional Civil Engineer issued by the State of California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. License: Possession of a valid California driver's license at the appropriate level, including necessary special endorsements, as required by the State of California to perform the essential job functions of the position. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Thorough knowledge of: mechanical, electrical and/or civil engineering principles, practices and methods with particular reference to the planning, design, construction and operation of water and wastewater facilities, and the design and construction of flood control projects; mechanical, electrical and/or civil engineering mathematics; hydraulics as applied to pumping and water distribution systems; mechanical power transmission and control systems; pneumatic and hydraulic instrumentation systems; the usual sources of mechanical, electrical and/or civil engineering information; electronic data processing applications to engineering problems; applicable building and safety standards; engineering economics; heat transfer, ventilation, noise control, engineering materials, control systems and principles; metallurgy and welding technology; corrosion control principles; principles and practices of management; principles of budgeting relative to water and wastewater related projects and division operations; and management principles, methods and techniques. Working knowledge of: management and leadership styles and techniques designed to train, supervise, motivate and lead a group of employees, which includes understanding employee behavior and performance standards; interviewing techniques; public speaking principles and practices and public relation styles and techniques; CEQA; and the fundamentals of specification writing. Ability to: provide leadership; schedule, assign, direct, train and evaluate the work of professional groups and staff; assign projects, organize work, set priorities, and exercise independent judgment; manage multiple projects and staff simultaneously; prepare budget recommendations; apply engineering principles and techniques to the solution of difficult mechanical, electrical and civil engineering problems; direct the preparation of plans, designs, specifications, and estimates for engineering installation or modification projects; prepare clear, concise, and accurate reports and correspondence; maintain divisional and personnel records; analyze complex engineering data and reports and draw sound conclusions; make presentations before public agencies and community groups; deal tactfully and effectively with Agency personnel, representatives, and others; layout plans and review the work of project staff; prepare designs and make accurate drawings and maps; make accurate mathematical calculations; prepare neat and accurate field notes; read, understand and interpret complex technical and legal documents, maps, technical drawings and plans; listen attentively and participate in negotiations by providing required data and information. In addition, knowledge specific to the specialized areas are required as follows: Mechanical Thorough knowledge of: mechanical engineering principles, practices and terminology with particular reference to water supply and wastewater treatment facilities; hydraulics, engineering mechanics and mechanics of materials; pump selection and performance; corrosion control; engineering mathematics and statistical analysis and techniques; and the principles and methods of testing mechanical equipment. Electrical Thorough knowledge of: electrical engineering principles, practices, and terminology, with particular reference to water supply and wastewater treatment facilities; electrical and/or control systems; power; physics and chemistry; communication systems, telemetry, basic electric, electronic, and solid-state circuits; the principles and methods of testing electrical materials and equipment; principles, methods, and systems of corrosion control; computer-based systems, instrumentation and equipment; and local, state, and national electrical codes. Civil Thorough knowledge of: the principles, practices and techniques of civil engineering; statistics and advanced mathematics including algebra and analytic geometry; topographic and construction surveying, stress analysis, analytical mechanics and the strength, properties and uses of construction materials, common methods and equipment utilized in engineering construction and of inspection methods used in reviewing such work; real property descriptions. Working Conditions Duties require sitting and standing for prolonged periods. Additionally, walking on level, inclined, uneven, wet and slippery surfaces; reaching, kneeling, bending, stooping and climbing over objects is required in the performance of routine duties when visiting field and equipment sites. The incumbent may, while monitoring projects in the field, be subjected to all weather conditions including wet, hot, and cold. During project inspections and field site visits incumbents may be exposed to dust, pollen and loud noises. The position also requires both near and far vision when inspecting work. The nature of the work also requires the incumbent to climb ladders and be around mechanical, electrical and/or structural hazards. Selection Procedure & Some Helpful Tips When Applying Your application information and your responses to the supplemental questions are evaluated and taken into consideration throughout the entire selection process. You should list all employers and positions held within the last ten years in the work history section of your application. Be as thorough as possible when responding to the supplemental questions. You may include history beyond ten years if related to the position for which you are applying. If you held multiple positions with one employer, list out each position separately. Failure to follow these instructions may impact your competitiveness in this process or may result in disqualification. Please visit Getting a Jobwith the County of Sonoma to review more detailed information about the application, examination, and department selection processes. APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED. Responses to supplemental questionswill be scored using position-specific criteria. Please provide specific and detailed responses of a reasonable length to allow for thorough assessment of your qualifications. Responses which state "See Resume" or "See Application" may be considered insufficient and therefore may not be scored. The selection procedure will consist of the following examination: An Application & Supplemental Questionnaire Appraisal Examination (weight 100%) will be conducted to evaluate each applicant's application and supplemental questionnaire for satisfaction of minimum qualifications (pass/not pass); and for educational coursework, training, experience, knowledge, and abilities which relate to this position. Each applicant will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Relevance of work history, related experience, and achieved level of education and/or training as described in the application and responses to the supplemental questions. Candidates demonstrating possession of the minimum qualifications will be placed on an employment list in order of most qualified to least qualified based on the achieved score received in the Application & Supplemental Questionnaire Appraisal Examination. Scores may be adjusted based on such factors as number of candidates, anticipated vacancies, past practice, and natural breaks in the scores achieved by this group of candidates. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A background investigation is required prior to employment. Candidates referred to departments for a selection interview are typically required to sign authorization and release forms enabling such an investigation. Failure to sign prescribed forms will result in the candidate not being considered further for that vacancy. Reference information will not be made available to applicants. Additional requirements, such as successful completion of a physical exam, drug screen, etc., may apply, depending on the duties and responsibilities of the position. If you receive a conditional job offer for the position, the requirements upon which the offer are contingent will be outlined in the conditional job letter. You may also review the Job Classification Screening Schedule to determine the requirements for this position. HOW TO APPLY Applications are accepted on-line at: www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org . Paper applications may be submitted by person, fax (707-565-3770), email, or through the mail. All applications and appropriate supplemental information as outlined in the job bulletin must be RECEIVED by the time and date specified on the first page of this job announcement. Applications received after the recruitment closes will not be accepted. The County of Sonoma prioritizes and is committed to continuously providing a workplace where equal employment opportunity is afforded to all people.Please view the County's Equal Employment Opportunity Policy for further information. HR Analyst: EP HR Technician: KC
County of Colusa
Colusa County Health & Human, East Webster Street, Colusa, CA, USA
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Levels I and II :
Coordinate and schedule clinic activities; order appropriate supplies, medications, vaccines, and health education materials.
Stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of nursing.
Participate in the activities and services of county clinics; identify health care needs through physical assessments of patients; assess development level, and nutritional requirements of children and infants; refer to other programs or agencies when appropriate.
Teach and counsel individuals, families, and groups on specific diseases or health conditions, health maintenance, promotion and prevention, or rehabilitation; provide information on health services available to County residents; refer to other health care providers as appropriate.
Perform routine immunizations and vaccines; administer medications; dispense oral contraceptives and prescriptions as required.
Prepare health care plans for children; provide instruction to parents on child health care methods and techniques.
Investigate reported cases of child abuse or neglect; notify law enforcement and protective services; provide counseling to parents and refer to appropriate resources.
Investigate and monitor cases of communicable disease or exposure to toxic substances; obtain specimens and interpret laboratory reports; determine sources to prevent spread of infection or contamination.
Maintain records of activities and operations.
In addition to the responsibilities and duties listed above for Public Health Nurse I and II:
Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of staff involved in health clinic activities; coordinate and provide staff training.
Prepare and review a variety of reports related to the program including State and local agency reports, billing, and screening reports.
Lead, coordinate, and schedule clinic activities; order appropriate supplies, medications, vaccines, and health education materials.
Attend and participate in professional group meetings.
All Levels: Perform related duties and responsibilities as assigned.