County of San Benito

16 job(s) at County of San Benito

SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 20, 2019
Full Time
DEFINITION Under general direction, the Staff Analyst plans, directs, evaluates, and participates in the work of administrative and technical support for a department; performs and manages the most complex and specialized work for the department; and performs other work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a single class, journey-level position responsible for technical, financial, analytical and project management assignments in the department. Incumbents work with independence performing work that is difficult and complex. REPORTS TO Department Head, or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED May supervise technical or support staff TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office environment; continuous contact with other staff; frequent contact with other agencies, vendors and the public; may be required to travel for trainings and meetings; occasional evening and weekend work may be required. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Reviews and analyzes departmental operations, policies, and procedures. Gathers and studies data regarding department operations; reviews and analyzes organizational studies, policies, procedures, budgetary requirements and other aspects of agency operations; prepares reports and makes recommendations on department policies, procedures, and operations. Reviews and analyzes legislation, state mandated regulations and procedures and relevant court decisions to determine impact on dept. operations; makes recommendations for necessary actions. Handles the highly specialized assignments, such as acting as the staff development officer, budget officer, or program analysis manager with department-wide responsibilities. Prepares and presents agenda items and staff reports for the Board of Supervisors meetings Represents the department in meetings with personnel from other departments and agencies. May assign, coordinate and schedule the work of departmental staff Determines training and development needs. Identifies, develops and coordinates resources for all departmental training and staff development and/or directs and advises unit staff in the area of training and staff development, including workshops, training programs, and on-the-job training sessions. Conducts and/or coordinates workshops and training sessions on a variety of topics, including but not limited to technical skills, program areas, customer service skills and safety Other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: EITHER One (1) year of experience performing duties comparable to the Management Analyst I for the County of San Benito; OR Two (2) years of experience performing a broad range of professional, analytical, and administrative duties in the areas of general administration, personnel, fiscal, staff development, or program analysis work. AND A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. Note: Additional years of the required experience can substitute for two years of the required education on a year-for-year basis. Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. May be required to successfully pass a background and criminal fingerprint check. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: General principles of public and business administration. Effective project management methods and techniques Agency organization and departmental relationships. Departmental program goals, requirements, and operations; and community needs and resources. Principles and practices of employee training and development. Effective communication, facilitation methods, and aids used for training programs and presentations. Principles and practices of effective supervision. Ability to: Plan, organize, and coordinate large projects and staff trainings Analyze problems, select alternatives, determine project consequence of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of departmental objectives. Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, and regulations as they relate to various areas of responsibility. Collect, interpret, and evaluate narrative and statistical data pertaining to fiscal and management matters. Provide verbal and written technical direction to others. Communicate effectively in writing in order to prepare a variety of reports, correspondence, and memoranda. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Interpret and apply equal opportunity laws, civil service regulations, and provisions of contracts, ordinances, and negotiated agreements and other regulations or policies relating to personnel. Plan, coordinate, and implement training programs. Speak effectively and convey ideas clearly while facilitating group discussions and training sessions In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Wed. 06/26/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 17, 2019
Full Time
DEFINITION Under administrative direction of the Director of Health & Human Services, to plan, organize, direct and coordinate the medical oversight of public health programs for the County; to provide technical consultation to citizens, public officials, staff and community organizations and agencies on public health and preventative medicine issues; to serve as the designated County Health Officer; and to do other work as required. To advise as a medical expert to the Board of Supervisors, County Administration, County Service Departments and the community at large on medical and public health issues, including: carrying out the legal mandates of Health and Safety Codes specific to public health directly or through delegation; acting as the medical liaison to private sector medical care systems and coordinate development of sound public health activities; interpreting and enforcing directly or through delegation local, State and Federal policies, laws, regulations and directives related to medical and public health issues. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This class provides medical supervision for the San Benito County Public Health Division. The incumbent coordinates public health care services with external agencies and health care providers and provides on-going communication with the local medical community. This position is responsible for providing medical oversight and enforcement of public health regulations for a variety of public health programs and services including, environmental health, vital records, communicable disease control, public health nursing, emergency and disaster medical planning, public health education, California Children's Service and maternal and child health services. This class is distinguished from the Director of Public Health in that the latter has overall management responsibility for the Public Health Division's programs and services, whereas the Health Officer directs the medical oversight for all public health programs. REPORTS TO Director of Health and Human Services Agency CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED May supervise medical staff and other professional, licensed positions such as Environmental Health Manager, Occupational and Physical Therapists, emergency medical services personnel, etc. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs. corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office environment; in community meetings and event settings, outdoors at inspection sites when warranted. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the medical delivery of comprehensive, county-wide public health programs to protect and promote public health and mitigate public health hazards. Enforces all statutes, ordinances and regulations related to public health, environmental health, and sanitation Consults and provides direction on policy, investigation, treatment and control of communicable disease to include emergency preparedness and response. Directs, coordinates and participates in the development and delivery of goals, objectives, policies, procedures and priorities that protect public health and conform with applicable public health standards and accepted clinical practices. Analyzes legislative changes, evaluates and develops medical and public health policies, programs and procedures and formulates improvements. Serves as an advocate to promote statewide public health policies, which also benefit the County. Researches, prepares and interprets clinical and technical data, reports and studies; prepares written correspondence as necessary. Reviews technical requirements, reports and procedures generated by the health department. Disseminates and interprets policies, laws, regulations and state and federal directives regarding medical and public health issues to physicians, department staff and representatives of hospitals, nursing homes, medical clinics and schools by written and personal contacts; acts as medical epidemiologist for public health diseases. Consults and coordinates with federal and state officials and representatives of local public and private health agencies in the enforcement of health laws and the development of programs to meet public health needs. Directs the issuance and recordation of birth and death certificates and provides vital statistics information to the State Office of Public Health. Provides direction and advice regarding policies and procedures directed by the state immunization board. Directs public health education. Promotes the advancement of maternal and child health. Directs the recording of vital statistics. Directs immunization programs. Supervises, directs and evaluates assigned staff, to include assigning work, handling employee concerns and problems, and counseling. Responds to requests for information or assistance. Represents the County Public Health Division with regard to public health issues to outside groups and organizations; coordinates public health activities with other public and private agencies Conducts staff meetings with Public Health Division Supervisors, Managers and others. Typical Qualifications: TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS - TRAINING & EXPERIENCE Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited medical school with a Doctor of Medicine degree and a minimum of three years of increasingly responsible work in a public health service that included both clinical and managerial experience. Training in Family Practice, Pediatrics or Internal Medicine is desirable. Possession of a Master's Degree in Public Health is also highly desirable. License/Certification: Possession of a valid Physician's and Surgeon's Certificate issued by the State of California Eligible to possess DEA license issued by the State of California Must possess a valid California Driver's License as required by the position Proof of adequate vehicle insurance and medical clearance may also be required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS In accordance with Section 454 of the California Health and Safety Code, must be a graduate of a medical school in good standing and repute. Must possess a valid California driver's license. Must possess a valid license to practice medicine in the State of California issued by the Board of Medical Quality Assurance. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION The contents of this class specification shall not be construed to constitute any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee, nor shall it constitute a contract of employment. The County of San Benito assumes no responsibility beyond the general accuracy of the document, nor does it assume responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information contained herein. The contents of this specification may be modified or revoked without notice. Terms and conditions of employment are determined through a "meet and confer" process and are subject to the Memorandum of Understanding currently in effect. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of public health, including current trends in policy, research, treatment, prevention, education and related issues. Communicable diseases and principles and practices of communicable disease control. Principles and practices of clinical medicine. Epidemiology and biostatistics. Principles and practices of policy development and implementation. Principles and practices of public health program development and administration. Pertinent local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations, including appropriate enforcement techniques. Organization, purpose and function of federal and state health agencies. Local medical associations and community health groups. Principles and methods of public and community relations, and public information practices and techniques. Socio-e conomic and psychological factors and the impact of the effectiveness of health services delivery. Principles and practices of organizational analysis and management including basic budgeting. Ability to: Plan, organize and direct public health programs within professional standards, legal requirements and financial constraints. Work with county, state, federal and local government officials in the establishment of coordinated and effective program services to populations and individuals. Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals. Direct, train and supervise professional and technical personnel. Interpret and explain laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards pertaining to public health. Prepare clear and comprehensive records and reports. Maintain accurate records. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Speak effectively in public. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff members, other departments, agencies and public groups and organizations. Operate standard office equipment. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Wed. 07/17/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 14, 2019
Full Time
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SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 12, 2019
Full Time
Definition Under general direction, the Staff Services Manager (Personnel Option) supervises and administers department wide staff services functions including planning, organizing, and directing functional services pertaining to personnel services; performs highly complex analytical duties in support of the assigned function and performs related duties as assigned. Distinguishing Characteristics This is a single position class in the Health and Human Services Agency. The position is characterized by the functional management responsibilities of many of the department's personnel services and provides management level subject matter expertise based upon knowledge of personnel activities. It is distinguished from the Staff Services Manager, Administrative Option by its assignment specifically to personnel functions rather than the latter's assignment to overall administrative functions of the department. Reports to: Incumbents in this class report to the Health and Human Services Agency Director Supervision Exercised: This position may oversee technical and clerical staff. Environmental & Functional Factors: Incumbent will perform most work inside of buildings; work alone or closely with others; be able to deal with stressful situations in a calm, professional manner; be able to manipulate paperwork; perform work while standing or sitting; be able to move/transport oneself from one work-site to another; be able to communicate verbally with co-workers and others; view things up close and hear well. This class includes administrative, management, or clerical positions requiring light physical effort which may include frequent lifting of up to ten pounds and occasional lifting of up to twenty-five ten pounds; tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation; oral communications ability. Examples Of Essential Duties: Oversees the activities of the Health and Human Services Agency's personnel functions Serves as the personnel officer with department-wide responsibility for administering a variety of personnel functions; Confers with the Human Resources Department on matters of salary, labor practices, and working conditions of employees; Participates in recruitment and selection programs; advises department managers and supervisors on selection and placement of employees; Prepares forecasts of departmental staff needs and provides advice, direction, and information to department managers and supervisors on matters related to staffing of the various work units; Oversees the maintenance of department personnel records, including hires, terminations, promotions and other personnel data; Drafts, reviews, and analyzes existing and proposed policies, rules and regulations affecting unit area; coordinates employee policies with the Department of Human Resources. Plans, directs, and manages activities to meet department-wide training and development needs, including the coordinating of resources for department-wide training and staff development including workshops, college coursework, training programs, and on-the-job training sessions; Evaluates department training needs, designs, and delivers in-service training and evaluates effectiveness; Coordinates department participation in countywide training programs; Ensures effective coordination of assigned activities with the Human Resources Department; Assists in the management of the department by evaluating existing and proposed organization, policies and procedures ;consulting with and advising department personnel; making recommendations and reviewing and evaluating the implementation of changes; Interviews, selects, and makes hiring recommendations of assigned staff; May supervise the work of technical and clerical staff; assigns work, establishes work priorities and performance standards, and provides feedback to subordinates; Performs related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Education/Experience : Four years of full time increasingly responsible experience performing functions at the level of a journey level Personnel/Human Resources Analyst preferably in a California public sector environment performing in the areas of recruitment and selection, staff development and training, and evaluation of processes and procedures and graduation from a college or university with a bachelor's degree in business/public administration or a related field; Or: Six years of full time increasingly responsible experience performing functions at the level of a journey level Personnel/Human Resources Analyst preferably in a California public sector environment performing in the areas of recruitment and selection, staff development and training, and evaluation of processes and procedures equivalent to that of a journey level Personnel/Human Resources Analyst. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of human resources management in a public agency departmental setting including recruitment and selection; position classification, staff development and training and records management; Federal, State and local laws, rules and guidelines relating to the hiring process and other areas of personnel -related activities; Internal workforce assessment techniques & employment policies practices, & procedures; Progressive discipline process in the public sector; Consultative & coaching skills with mangers. Successful recruiting strategies to attract high caliber diversity candidates; Federal, State and local workplace health, safety, security & privacy laws & regulations; Principles and practices of employee supervision, including work planning, organization, performance review and evaluation and employee training and discipline; Principles of management analysis and organizational design necessary to formulate administer policies and procedures; Other Requirements: Independent travel may be required; employees who drive on County business to carry out job-related duties must possess a valid California driver's license for the class of vehicle driven employment for those who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the appointing authority. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Tue. 06/25/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 06, 2019
Full Time
DEFINITION Deputy County Counsel I Under direction, to perform the less difficult professional legal work in the County Counsel's Office; and to do related work as required. Deputy County Counsel II Under general direction, to perform professional legal work in the interpretation and application of laws for the County of San Benito and its various subdivisions; to perform legal research and represent the County Counsel's Office in assigned legal proceedings and transactions; and to do related work as required. Deputy County Counsel III Under general direction, to perform the more difficult and complex professional legal work in the interpretation and application of laws for the County of San Benito and its various subdivisions; to perform legal research and represent the County Counsel's Office in assigned legal proceedings and transactions; and to do related work as required. Assistant County Counsel Under administrative direction, assists in planning, organizing and managing the County Counsel's office; directs and supervises the work of the office; performs highly complex and difficult legal work; provides legal counsel to County agencies and special districts; performs litigation; acts for the County Counsel in his/her absence; performs related work, as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Deputy County Counsel I This is the entry and first working level in the Deputy County Counsel class series. Incumbents are typically assigned the less difficult and less controversial civil matters. Incumbents may expect to qualify for the next higher level of Deputy County Counsel II when they are regularly assigned more difficult and complex legal work and have completed one (1) year as a Deputy Counsel I. Deputy County Counsel II This is the experienced journey level in the Deputy County Counsel class series. Incumbents are typically assigned to a wide range of civil matters and cases. Incumbents are expected to complete legal assignments with minimal guidance and supervision. Deputy County Counsel III This is the advanced journey level in the Deputy County Counsel class series. Incumbents are assigned the more difficult and complex civil matters and cases, as well as the full scope of legal assignments performed by the County Counsel's Office. They are expected to complete legal assignments with minimal guidance and assistance. Assistant County Counsel The Assistant County Counsel is the assistant department head in the office of the County Counsel. This is a single position classification with management status and may be delegated, by the County Counsel, some or all of the functions of the department. This position is responsible for the direct supervision of the Deputy County Counsel I/II/III's and the technical and clerical support staff of the department. This position differs from the next higher class of County Counsel in that the latter is the department head with responsibility for managing the civil legal activities county wide and reports directly to the Board of Supervisors. REPORTS TO County Counsel. CLASSIFICATIONS DIRECTLY SUPERVISED - Deputy County Counsel I/II/III None. CLASSIFICATIONS DIRECTLY SUPERVISED - Assistant County Counsel Deputy County Counsel I/II/III TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment including computers, telephones, calculators, copiers and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office and courtroom environment; continuous contact with staff and the public. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Deputy County Counsel I Confers with, and advises County Departments on routine legal questions Drafts ordinances, contracts, leases, and resolutions, and other legal measures, submitting them to other Department legal staff for review and discussion Develops recommendations concerning the advisability to prosecute, compromise, or dismiss civil litigation Discusses cases with other legal staff Performs legal research; may prosecute and defend legal actions against the County and its subdivisions before all courts and various administrative bodies May investigate claims and potential lawsuits May be delegated to serve as legal counsel and attend meetings of boards and commissions Dictates briefs and correspondence Other duties as assigned Deputy County Counsel II Serves as legal counsel and attends meetings of boards and commissions Performs legal research Investigates claims and potential law suits Drafts and edits ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, deeds, and other legal instruments Prosecutes legal action on behalf of, and defends actions against, the County and its subdivisions before all courts and various administrative bodies Confers with and advises officers of County Departments and representatives of special districts on questions pertaining to their respective powers, duties, functions and obligations Dictates briefs and correspondence Other duties as assigned Deputy County Counsel III Serves as legal counsel and attends meetings of boards and commissions Performs the more difficult and complex legal research Investigates claims and potential law suits Drafts and edits ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, deeds, and other legal instruments Prosecutes legal action on behalf of, and defends actions against, the County and its subdivisions before courts of origin, appellate courts and various administrative bodies Confers with and advises officers of County Departments and representatives of special districts on questions pertaining to their respective powers, duties, functions and obligations May have on-going responsibility for serving as legal advisor to a specific County Board or Commission such as LAFCO or the Planning Commission Dictates briefs and correspondence Other duties as assigned Assistant County Counsel (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Assists the County Counsel in planning, organizing and directing the work of the County Counsel's office. Acts for the County Counsel in his/her absence or at his/her discretion. Represents the County Counsel in meetings of boards, commissions, or other County agencies, local, state and federal agencies and the public. Attends meetings of boards and commissions and gives oral and written legal advice and counsel. Trains and evaluates the work of staff in the County Counsel's office. Participates in the hiring and selection of departmental staff. Assigns cases, manages workload, provides guidance and advice to department's attorneys on complex legal issues. Confers with and advises officers of County Departments and representatives of special districts on questions pertaining to their respective powers, duties, functions and obligations. Represents the County and other agencies in court and administrative proceedings. Performs legal work for the County in pre-trial and settlement conferences Acts as legal advisor to County officials on complex legal issues. Develops and gives advice on issues of major significance on County programs and operations. Researches and interprets laws, court decisions and other legal authorities. Prepares legal opinions and briefs; drafts ordinances, leases, resolutions and other legal instruments. Reviews legal documents, briefs, pleadings, legal opinions, contracts, Memorandums of Understanding, leases, ordinances and other legal instruments. Other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Deputy County Counsel I Completion of requisite legal training and eligibility for membership in the State Bar of California. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Current membership in the State Bar of California must be achieved within six months of employment or appointment in this job class will be terminated. Deputy County Counsel II One (1) year of experience in the practice of civil law comparable to that of a Deputy County Counsel I with the County of San Benito. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Current membership in the State Bar of California. Deputy County Counsel III Two (2) years of experience in the practice of civil law comparable to that of a Deputy County Counsel II with the County of San Benito. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Current membership in the State Bar of California. Assistant County Counsel Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Three years of increasingly responsible experience with a public agency in the appropriate legal specialty at a level comparable to an Assistant County Counsel OR Five years of progressively responsible experience as an attorney in a county counsel's office, city attorney's office, or other civil public law office, two years of which must have involved the supervision of legal staff. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Current membership in the California State Bar Association is required by the date of hire. Possession of or ability to obtain a valid California Drivers License. Supplemental Information: Deputy County Counsel I/II/III Knowledge of: Policies, procedures, and precedents of the County Counsel's Office. Principles of Criminal, Constitutional, Civil, and Administrative Law. California codes and statutes applicable to criminal and civil law. Judicial procedures and the rules of evidence. Legal research methods. Interviewing techniques. Computers and software used in professional legal work. Ability to: Perform professional legal and legal research work. Analyze facts and apply legal precedents and principles to assigned cases. Prepare and present cases at all levels of the court system. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Prepare and present a variety of special reports. Operate a computer and use appropriate software in the performance of professional legal work. Effectively represent the County Counsel's Office with the public, courts, law enforcement agencies, and other government jurisdictions. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Assistant County Counsel Knowledge of: Policies, procedures, and precedents of the County Counsel's Office. Principles of Criminal, Constitutional, Civil, and Administrative Law. California codes and statutes applicable to criminal and civil law. Judicial procedures and the rules of evidence. Legal research methods. Interviewing techniques. Computers and software used in professional legal work. County and Department policies, rules, and regulations. Budget development and control. Proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Principles of supervision and personnel management. Ability to: Perform the more complex professional legal and legal research work. Analyze facts and apply legal precedents and principles to assigned cases. Prepare and present cases at all levels of the court system. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Prepare and present a variety of special reports. Operate a computer and use appropriate software in the performance of professional legal work. Effectively represent the County Counsel's Office with the public, courts, law enforcement agencies and other government jurisdictions. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Interpret, explain and apply County Personnel Rules, policies and MOU's Provide direction and work coordination for other support staff, as assigned. Work with considerable independence and initiative while exercising good judgment in recognizing scope of authority. Gather, organize, analyze and present a variety of data and information. Prepare clear, concise and accurate records and reports. Use a personal computer and software for word processing and administrative support Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, representatives of other agencies and other County staff Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Wed. 06/26/19 11:00 AM Pacific Time
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
Jun 01, 2019
Full Time
Under administrative direction, to be responsible for administration of the Welfare Department; to plan, organize, and direct staff through subordinate supervisory personnel; and to do related work as required. Examples Of Essential Duties: Plans, organizes, coordinates and directs the operation of the County Welfare Department based on policy direction provided by the County Board of Supervisors, federal requirements, and state regulations and policy; develops and prepares Welfare Department budget estimates; presents budget requests with accompanying justification; formulates-policies and procedures; supervises preparation of reports on Welfare Department operations; delegates administrative, technical, and supervisory responsibility as appropriate; cooperates with state agencies to insure program goals are being met; analyzes, interprets and evaluates the effect of federal, state and local legislation, rules, policies, and procedures on the welfare program; provides for public relations programs to clarify department programs; gives leadership in developing community interest and understanding of needs of the people and in planning ways these needs can be met; addresses local civic organizations on various aspects of the welfare program; explains and interprets rules and regulations concerning the administration of welfare programs to the Board, employees, and others; meets and confers with representatives of other social agencies on matters related to developing new programs, coordinating services offered and solving problems of interagency relationships; develops standards of performance and promotes staff development programs; maintains effective standards of operation and practice; discusses problems and policies with representatives of state agencies and attempts to reach a solution. Typical Qualifications: Experience: Two years of experience in the County of San Benito performing the duties of the Deputy Director of Welfare Services. OR Seven years of experience in social service, eligibility supervision, or administrative or staff services work in areas such as accounting, auditing, budgeting, administrative analysis, including at least four years in a full-time supervisory position. (Successful completion of the courses required for a major in the behavioral or social sciences from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of the required experience excluding the supervisory experience.) Special Requirements: Possession of an appropriate California operator's license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Organizational structure, methods and procedure; principles of supervision; personnel management practices and training; federal, state and local welfare programs and their supporting legislation; budget and fiscal management, cost accounting and public funding, socioeconomic backgrounds, human behavioral problems and the need for the functions of public welfare; current sociological trends and their impact on public welfare; social planning and utilization of resources; principles of social work including group work and community organization; methods of providing information and liaison techniques necessary for the interpretation of programs essential to the internal operation of a department and for the department's public relations. Ability to: Plan, direct, and coordinate activities to achieve efficiency of operation and meet program goals; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; prepare departmental budget requests and present them before the County governing body; interpret to interested persons or organizations the public assistance programs as set forth in the laws, rules and regulations; work cooperatively with those contacted in the course of work. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Fri. 06/21/19 5:00 PM Pacific Time
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 18, 2019
Full Time
In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. DEFINITION Under general supervision, to provide assessments, treatment planning, and counseling for Substance Abuse Program clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; to perform prevention activities designed to prevent alcohol and drug abuse in the County; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a fully experienced Substance Abuse Counselor classification. Incumbents have responsibility for providing a variety of substance abuse counseling services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of counseling techniques. REPORTS TO Substance Abuse Program Administrator CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED This is not a supervisory classification. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, jails and community settings to develop client centered service plans Conducts assessments of clients with substance abuse concerns Develops treatment plans for clients; provides outpatient counseling on an individual/group basis to assist clients in understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them May work with clients' families to secure their cooperation in programs Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary Prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and counseling programs Develops recommendations to mitigate client problems and follows-up with clients and their families to assess progress Performs crisis intervention Maintains records and prepares reports for State and local agencies Conducts community substance abuse prevention programs for targeted groups, such as school children. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Two years of experience working in substance abuse counseling and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS : Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Possession of or ability to obtain a Certificate as a Certified Addiction Specialist. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of : Psychological and social aspects and characteristics of substance abuse. Drugs and drug abuse patterns, alcoholism, and the physiological effects of drug abuse and alcoholism. Methods and techniques for conducting assessments of individuals' substance abuse problems. Approved principles and practices of psychological counseling and group therapy. Available community resources for substance abuse services. Requirements and needs of persons with seriously substance abuse problems. State and local laws, policies, and procedures governing the administration of alcohol and drug prevention and treatment programs, especially those pertaining to an individual's legal rights. Ability to : Assess substance abuse problems and develop services to meet client problems, working and consulting with clients and other professional staff. Conduct effective individual and group counseling related to substance abuse problems and recovery. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Communicate effectively with people from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Explain complex and technical terminology and concepts in an understandable and non-threatening manner. Establish and maintain a variety of personal and administrative records, clinical documentation, and related materials. Effectively represent the Substance Abuse Program in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government organizations. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 16, 2019
Full Time
THIS IS A CONTINUOUS POST AND MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. DEFINITION - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I Under direction of the Behavioral Health Director or Management Designee, the Quality Improvement Supervisor-I plans, coordinates and evaluates a variety of service delivery systems and program activities within the Quality Improvement Program of the County Behavioral Health Department. The Quality Improvement Supervisor-I provides support in the evaluation of the work produced by professional, paraprofessional staff and other support personnel. The Quality Improvement Supervisor-I may plan for and perform a variety of administrative work functions associated with ensuring appropriate utilization of the type and quantities of behavioral health services. DEFINITION - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II Under general direction of the Director of Behavioral Health, plans, organizes, manages, evaluates and supervises the activities that ensure the quality of client care and over-all quality/effectiveness of major programs within the County Behavioral Health Department; assigns and evaluates the work of multidisciplinary professional and paraprofessional staff and other support personnel, may plan and provide a variety of direct client behavioral health services, performs a variety of administrative work functions associated with ensuring fiscally sound utilization of behavioral health services; serves a primary role in the completion of the departments Performance Improvement Projects; serves as the departments Compliance Officer; serves as a liaison for the department with contracted direct service providers, community, regional, or State agencies DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I This is an entry level, middle management position (MEG) position in the Quality Improvement Supervisor series that works in a support role for the implementation of the Quality Improvement functions required in the operation of the Behavioral Health Department. The Quality Improvement Supervisor-I provides assistance with the administration of the quality improvement and compliance plan of a major department with multiple programs that include mental health and substance abuse branches. The Quality Improvement Supervisor-I assists in maintaining the quality of both staff and program performance and workload standards. The primary focus is to ensure the that the work produced within the Behavioral Health Department is in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, utilization review and overall services and programs quality improvement in Behavioral Health. The Quality Improvement Supervisor-I is distinguished from the Quality Improvement Supervisor-II, as an entry level position in the series and does not assume overall management authority over the Quality Improvement activities and operations within the Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Program. As the Quality Improvement Supervisor-I is the first level in the Quality Improvement Supervisor series, an individual that occupies this position is expected to have the aptitude to learn and implement under direction, the regulations and laws to maintain the Behavioral Health Departments compliance. Additionally the Quality Improvement Supervisor-I in the support role should have the ability to perform tasks as delegated that require the use of Excel, basic math calculations and the construction of reports requiring the assembling of and organization and interpretation of behavioral health services data utilized for program evaluation and analysis. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II This is middle level management position with primary responsibility for the administration of the quality improvement and compliance plans of a major department with multiple programs that include mental health and substance abuse branches. Incumbents are responsible for maintaining the quality of both staff and program performance and workload standards. This classification requires strong management and communication skills as well as problem solving skills and the ability to participate effectively in decision-making processes. This classification also requires a high degree of professional knowledge in the areas of mental health and substance abuse treatment/support services, federal and state laws and regulations related to MediCal and Medicare reimbursement and program operations. REPORTS TO - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I Behavioral Health Director or Management Designee REPORTS TO - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II Director of Behavioral Health CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED - QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I/II This classification has no direct supervisor responsibility of specifically assigned staff, however the responsibilities of the position requires review and analysis of the work produced by professional level, paraprofessional, other support personnel and the service programs within which these staff provide services. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, homes, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples Of Essential Duties: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I (The following is used as a partial description and does not exemplify the full scope of all duties required.) Supports in the review of client admission data and clinical documentation to ensure compliance with County and State regulations and policies relating to medical necessity and case documentation Reviews case records for the inclusion of required documentation components. Supports in the development of training for staff and contract providers on regulations, policies and procedures, code of conduct, documentation requirements, etc. Participates with department staff in utilization review and quality improvement meetings. Supports with the evaluation of financial status of inpatients at contractor inpatient facilities to identify appropriate lengths of stay, medical necessity and payer sources. Supports with the posting and reconciliation of all payments from all payer sources for inpatient physician services and bed day charges. Records MediCal and Medicare payments, cutbacks and denials. Prepares or supports in the preparation of comprehensive reports related to program operations and activities. Works on the design, implementation and completion of the departments Performance Improvement Projects. Support the responsibilities of compliance as identified in the department's Compliance and Quality Management Plans. Ensures the adherence to and fulfillment of the responsibilities of the department as described in the department's Annual Quality Improvement Plan. Responds to requests for information and assistance. Under supervision and with direction assists in the preparation for various state and federal program audits to ensure department compliance with MediCal and Medicare regulations. Supports with monitoring overall activities of assigned programs/functions, including contracted service providers/programs, methods and procedures for effectiveness and consistency with program goals and objectives. Supports in filing MediCal updates. Operates a computer and updates files, records. Other duties as assigned QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Reviews client admission data and clinical documentation to ensure compliance with County and State regulations and policies relating to medical necessity and case documentation: when appropriate interviews clients, significant others, and consults with outpatient professional staff, and contract provider staff regarding client diagnoses, medical necessity, length of treatment and case documentation. Reviews case records and assesses for appropriate levels of care, aftercare and discharge planning. Represents the County in disputes with contract providers over appropriateness of treatment plans and length of stay in care. Advocates on behalf of the County with contract provider staff for appropriate client care. Provides training for professional, paraprofessional and contract provider staff on information about utilization and documentation requirements. Facilitates and participates with department staff in utilization review and quality improvement meetings. Evaluates financial status of inpatients at contactor inpatient facilities to identify payer sources; posts and reconciles all payments from all payer sources for inpatient physician services and bed day charges; records MediCal and Medicare payments, cutbacks and denials. Prepares comprehensive reports related to program operations and activities Works in a primary staff role in fulfilling the responsibilities for the design, implementation and completion of the departments Performance Improvement Projects Fulfills the responsibilities of the Compliance Officer as identified in the departments Compliance Plan Ensures the adherence to and fulfillment of the responsibilities of the department as described in the department's Annual Quality Improvement Plan Responds to requests for information and assistance Assists in the preparation for and participates in various state and federal program audits to ensure department compliance with MediCal and Medicare regulations Monitors and evaluates overall activities of assigned programs/functions, including contracted service providers/programs, methods and procedures for effectiveness and consistency with program goals and objectives, recommending and implementing upon Director approval changes in program, policies, and procedures as necessary. Files MediCal updates Operates a computer and updates files, records Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I Professional experience in a multidisciplinary community based program which includes experience in quality management, program evaluation, quality improvement and /or experience in the production of reports requiring basic math, assembly of data and work with Excel. AND A Masters or Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course works in social work, human services, clinical psychology, nursing, public administration, or a degree in another similar area of subject matter as those previously identified. License or Certificate: Possession of one of the following issued by the State of California is desirable, but not essential: Pre-licensed or Licensed Clinical Psychologist Pre-registered or Registered Nurse Pre-licensed or Licensed Clinical Social Worker Pre - licensed or licensed Marriage Family and Child Counselor QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II At least three years of licensed professional experience in a multidisciplinary Behavioral Health program which includes experience in administrative management and /or clinical supervision that demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities. AND Completion of academic coursework and training as defined in Title IX for the California Administrative Code in one of the following: Ph.D. in clinical psychology from an accredited school; Master's degree in Social Work from an accredited school of social work; Master's degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling, Psychology, or Counseling from an accredited school. Registered Nurse, meaning a person licensed as a registered by the California Board of Registered Nursing. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT II Special Requirements: Possession of a valid California class C driver license. Possession of one of the following licenses issued by the State of California: Clinical Psychologist; Registered Nurse; Clinical Social Worker; or Marriage Family and Child Counselor. Supplemental Information: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR I Knowledge of: Previous Knowledge of Quality review/quality assessment principles, practices, methods and techniques are desirable but not essential for the Quality Improvement Supervisor-I entry level but the candidate should possess the aptitude to understand, learn and apply the laws and regulations as related to the operations of a Behavioral Health Department. Cultural, socio-economic and language factors that affect service delivery to ethnic populations Basic training and employee development principles and practices Basic mathematics and basic computer applications and techniques Ability to: Work collaboratively with program managers and staff Promote and support quality management initiatives and operating systems Collect, interpret and evaluate data Interpret complex regulations, laws and guidelines, and policies and procedures governing behavioral health programs and services Prepare concise, logical oral and written reports and explain policies, procedures and recommendations Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Prepare and maintain accurate records Operate standard office equipment, utilize various software programs relevant to the responsibilities of the position Operate a motor vehicle; assist in the establishment of program goals and objectives and evaluate their attainment, train, evaluate and motivate staff QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SUPERVISOR II Knowledge of: Quality review/quality assessment principles, practices, methods and techniques Pertinent laws and regulations regarding health and social service programs, including guidelines pertaining to reimbursement of health care services Federal, state and county regulations and policies pertaining to utilization review Laws and regulations pertaining to client's legal rights Basic pharmacology and and the utilization of prescription drugs for treatment: Methods and procedures of admissions, discharges, and client care in outpatient and acute care psychiatric settings Principles, practices, and techniques of psychotherapy and psychiatric casework and substance abuse treatment Social aspects, attitudes, characteristics and behaviors of mental illness, emotional disturbances and addiction to drugs and alcohol Current developments in the field of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Community resources available to mental health and substance abuse programs Cultural, socio-economic and language factors that affect service delivery to ethnic populations Basic training and employee development principles and practices Basic mathematics and basic computer applications and techniques. Ability to: Review and interpret healthcare documentation, including interpretation of clinical data and medical terminology pertaining to diagnosis, treatment and medication Ascertain facts through examination of records Collect, interpret and evaluate data Interpret complex regulations, laws and guidelines, formulate policies and procedures, rationalize and project consequences of decisions, and /or recommendations Establish and maintain effective relations with clients, the general public, contract providers and personnel at all organizational levels Prepare concise, logical oral and written reports and explain policies, procedures and recommendations Communicate effectively both orally and in writing Prepare and maintain accurate records Operate standard office equipment, utilize various software programs relevant to the responsibilities of the position Operate a motor vehicle; assist in the establishment of program goals and objectives and evaluate their attainment, train, evaluate and motivate professional and support staff. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Important Note: This is for one (1) position for either Public Health Nurse level I-II-III-IV or Community Health Nurse level I-II-III-IV depending on qualifications. DEFINITION PHN I Under close supervision, to provide public health nursing services including the prevention and control of diseases, health education, and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. PHN II Under supervision, to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; to provide nursing services, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. PHN III Under direction, to provide lead direction and work coordination for other professional nursing and support staff; to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; to provide complex, specialized, and general nursing, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. PHN IV Under general direction, to provide the most complex, specialized, and general nursing, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; to provide lead direction and work coordination for other professional nursing and support staff; to plan and conduct a variety of public health nursing clinics and services; and to do related work as required. CHN I Under close supervision, to learn to plan and conduct a variety of community health nursing services to promote and preserve the health of the community; to provide nursing services, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. CHN II Under supervision, to plan and conduct a variety of community health nursing services; to promote and preserve the health of the community; to provide nursing services, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; and to do related work as required. CHN III/IV Under direction, to plan and conduct a variety of community health nursing services; promote and preserve the health of the community; to provide complex, specialized and general nursing, health education, and health consulting services, including the prevention and control of diseases and the promotion of health awareness; to provide lead direction and some work coordination for other professional nursing and support staff and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS PHN I This is the entry and first working level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents must have requisite public health nursing certification, but have limited public health nursing work experience. As experience is gained, incumbents learn to perform the full scope of public health nursing duties. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse II in that the II's have responsibility for more independently performing a larger scope of public health nursing duties and activities. When a Public Health Nurse I incumbent becomes familiar with the Department and demonstrates good sustained work performance, they may be promoted to the Public Health Nurse II. PHN II This is the first journey level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents perform a wide scope of public health nursing duties. This class is distinguished from the Public Health Nurse I in that incumbents are expected to perform on a more independent basis. It is distinguished from Public Health Nurse III and IV in that Public Health Nurse III and IV incumbents perform more complex, specialized assignments, as well as provide lead direction, work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. PHN III This is an advanced journey level and a lead class in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide the more complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse II by assignment of a higher level of public health program responsibilities and the performance of lead responsibilities for other professional nursing staff. It is distinguished from Public Health Nurse IV in that Public Health Nurse IV incumbents perform more complex, specialized assignments. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. PHN IV This is the advanced and highest level and a lead class in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide the most complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. This class is distinguished from Public Health Nurse III by assignment of a higher level of public health program responsibilities. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. CHN I This is the entry and basic working level in the Community Health Nurse class series. Incumbents must have requisite nursing certification, but have limited community health nursing work experience. As experience is gained, incumbents learn to perform the full scope of community health nursing duties. This class is distinguished from Community Health Nurse II in that Community Health II's have responsibility for more independently performing a larger scope of community health nursing duties and activities. Community Health Nurse II's are also responsible for special programs such as School Nursing or Immunizations Clinic Coordination. When a Community Health Nurse I incumbent becomes familiar with the Department and demonstrates good sustained work performance, they may be promoted to the Community Health Nurse II. CHN II This is the first journey level in the Community Health Nurse class series. Incumbents perform a wide scope of community health nursing duties as well as have responsibility for special programs, such as School Nursing or Immunizations Clinic Coordination. This class is distinguished from the Community Health Nurse I in that incumbents are expected to perform on a more independent basis. It is distinguished from Public Health Nurse III and IV in that Public Health Nurse III and IV incumbents perform more complex, specialized assignments, as well as provide lead direction, work coordination, and training for other professional nursing and support staff. CHN III This is an advanced journey level and lead class in the Community Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide more complex community health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. Perform a wide scope of community health nursing duties as well as have responsibility for special programs. This class is distinguished from the Community Health Nurse II due to the assignment of a higher level of community health program responsibilities and the performance of lead responsibilities for other professional nursing staff. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination and training for other professional nursing and support staff. CHN IV This is the highest of the advanced journey level and lead class in the Community Health Nurse class series. Incumbents provide the most complex community health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide lead direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. Performs a wide scope of community health nursing duties as well as have responsibility for special programs. This class is distinguished from the Community Health Nurse III due to the assignment of a higher level of community health program. Both levels III and IV may provide lead direction, some work coordination and training for other professional nursing and support staff. REPORTS TO PHN I-IV/CHN I-IV Director of Health, Director of Nursing Services, Supervising Public Health Nurse, or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED PHN I-II/CHN I-II This is not a supervisory class. PHN III Provides lead direction and may provide work coordination for Public Health Nurse I, II. PHN IV Provides lead direction and may provide work coordination for Public Health Nurse I, II, III. CHN III/IV Provide lead direction and may provide work coordination for Community Health Nurse I/II. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS PHN I-IV/CHN I-IV Sit and stand for extended periods; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of medical and office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS PHN I-IV/CHN I-IV Work is performed in clinical, office, and home environments; exposure to communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Incumbents are expected to follow universal precautions. Incumbents may be required to drive to remote areas of the County in all weather conditions Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) PHN I Learns to plan, organize, and provide public health nursing services, health instruction and counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation in a clinic setting May learn the procedures and policies and work within a special program such as California Children Services Provides referrals Teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups Learns to instruct clients in family planning, sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up, and immunization procedures Learns to identify individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health Works with families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits Learns to refer and coordinate care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies Learns to identify special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet needs Assists individuals and families with implementing Physician recommendations Learns to plan, direct, and perform epidemiological investigations in homes, schools, community, and public health clinics Prepares appropriate health records and arranges follow-up services, based on findings Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other personnel regarding public health programs, patient reports, evaluations, medical tests, and related items May work with community groups in identifying and developing public health services and improving existing public health services Prepares reports and documents health findings; Compiles statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned PHN II Plans, organizes and provides public health nursing services, health instruction, counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation in a clinic setting; May work within a special program such as Maternal and Child Care, Community Health, or California Children Services identifying and interacting with local care providers; Develops plans and direct resources consistent to programs goals and objectives; provides referrals; teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups; Instructs clients in family planning, sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up, and immunization procedures; Identifies individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health; May make home visits to assess individual's progress; Works with the families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits; refers and coordinates the care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies; Identifies special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet those needs; Assists individuals and families with implementing physician recommendations; May plan, direct, and perform epidemiological investigations in homes, schools, the community, and public health clinics; Prepares appropriate records and case documentation, arranging follow-up services based on findings; Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other staff regarding public health programs, patient reports, evaluations, medical tests, and related items; may consult in multidisciplinary teams for the purpose of creating a plan of service for "at risk" families; Works with community groups in identifying public health needs, developing needed public health services, and improving existing public health services; Prepares reports and maintains records; Compiles statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned. PHN III Investigates outbreaks of communicable diseases; plans and implements programs for the prevention and control of communicable disease, including tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, and AIDS; Develops procedures to control the spread of communicable diseases and identify people needing public health services; Provides interpretations of public health laws and regulations for others; Assesses individuals and families, using health histories, observations of physical condition, and a variety of evaluative methods to identify health problems, health deficiencies, and health service needs; Identifies psycho/social, cultural background, and environmental factors which may hinder health care services; Assists with determining funding needs for the program; Monitors budget expenditures; Plans and coordinates services for special programs such as perinatal, maternal, child and adolescent (MCAH), or family planning; Performs public health nursing activities to promote perinatal, child, and adolescent health; Provides local case management and coordination for State mandated programs; Participates in programs to enhance school children health; Works with community groups to identify needs, develop and facilitate a variety of health services, and improve existing programs; Refers individuals and families to appropriate agencies and clinics for health services; Participates in programs to enhance community health services and education; attends conferences and workshops related to community health issues; Assists with the preparation of program and service policies and procedures; May supervise paraprofessional staff and volunteers; prepares reports and maintains records; Complies statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes; Performs a wide scope of complex professional public health nursing services; Provides lead direction, training and work coordination for other professional nurses. Other duties as assigned. PHN IV Investigates outbreaks of communicable diseases; plans and implements programs for the prevention and control of communicable disease, including tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, and AIDS; Develops procedures to control the spread of communicable diseases and identify people needing public health services; Provides interpretations of public health laws and regulations for others; Assesses individuals and families, using health histories, observations of physical condition, and a variety of evaluative methods to identify health problems, health deficiencies, and health service needs; Identifies psycho/social, cultural background, and environmental factors which may hinder health care services; Assists with determining funding needs for the program; Monitors budget expenditures; Plans and coordinates services for special programs such as perinatal, maternal, child and adolescent (MCAH), or family planning; Performs public health nursing activities to promote perinatal, child, and adolescent health; Provides local case management and coordination for State mandated programs; Participates in programs to enhance school children health; Works with community groups to identify needs, develop and facilitate a variety of health services, and improve existing programs; Refers individuals and families to appropriate agencies and clinics for health services; Participates in programs to enhance community health services and education; attends conferences and workshops related to community health issues; Assists with the preparation of program and service policies and procedures; May supervise paraprofessional staff and volunteers; prepares reports and maintains records; Complies statistical information for appraisal and planning purposes; Performs a wide scope of complex professional public health nursing services; Provides lead direction, training and work coordination for other professional nurses. Other duties as assigned. CHN I Learns to plan, organize and provide community health nursing services, health instruction, counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding prevention of illness, disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation; Identifies and interacts with local community care resources and/or local school districts in providing mandated health screening for children; Learns to develop plans and direct resources consistent with program goals and objectives; provides referrals; Teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups; Instructs clients in sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up, and immunization procedures; Identifies individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health; May make home visits to assess individual's progress; works with the families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits; Refers and coordinates the care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies; Learns to identify special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet those needs; may perform investigations in homes, schools, and the community; Prepares appropriate records and case documentation, arranging follow-up services based on findings; confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other staff regarding community health programs, patient reports, evaluations, medical tests, and related items; May consult with multi-disciplinary teams for the purpose of identifying and creating a plan of service for "at risk" families; works with community groups in identifying community health needs, developing needed health services, and improving existing services; Prepares reports and maintains records; Compiles statistical information for program evaluation and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned. CHN II Plans, organizes and provides community health nursing services, health instruction, counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding prevention of illness, disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation; May be responsible for special programs such as School Nursing or Immunizations Clinics; Identifies and interacts with local community care resources and/or school districts in providing mandated health screening for children; Develops, plans, and directs use of health resources consistent with programs goals and objectives; Provides referrals; Teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups; Instructs clients in sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up; Provides training in immunization procedures; Identifies individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health; May make home visits to assess an individual's progress; Works with families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits; Refers and coordinates the care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies; Identifies special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet those needs; May perform investigations in homes, schools, and the community; Prepares appropriate records and case documentation, arranging follow-up services based on findings; Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other staff regarding community health programs, patient reports, health evaluations, medical tests, and related items; May consult with multi-disciplinary teams for the purpose of identifying and creating a plan of service for "at risk" families; Works with community groups in identifying community health needs, developing needed health services, and improving existing services; May develop procedures/protocols for an assigned program; Orders and maintains clinic supplies, including immunization vaccines; Prepares grants, project plans, reports, and maintains records; Compiles statistical information for program evaluation and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned. CHN III/IV Provides the more complex community health nursing services in a specialized public health program; Provides lead direction and coordination for other nursing staff; Plans, organizes and provides community health nursing services, health instruction, counseling, and guidance for individuals, families, and groups regarding prevention of illness, disease control, health awareness, health maintenance, and rehabilitation; may be responsible for special programs such as School Nursing or Immunizations Clinics; Identifies and interacts with local community care resources and/or school districts in providing mandated health screening for children; Develops, plans, and directs use of health resources consistent with programs goals and objectives; Provides referrals; teaches and demonstrates health practices to individuals and groups; instructs clients in sexually transmitted disease prevention and follow-up; Provides training in immunization procedures; identifies individual and family problems which are detrimental to good health; May make home visits to assess an individual's progress; Works with families to alleviate health problems and promote good health habits; Refers and coordinates the care of individuals and families with other public and private agencies; Identifies special health needs for assigned cases, recommending and implementing services to meet those needs; May perform investigations in homes, schools, and the community; prepares appropriate records and case documentation, arranging follow-up services based on findings; Confers with physicians, nursing staff, and other staff regarding community health programs, patient reports, health evaluations, medical tests, and related items; May consult with multi-disciplinary teams for the purpose of identifying and creating a plan of service for "at risk" families; works with community groups in identifying community health needs, developing needed health services, and improving existing services; May develop procedures/protocols for an assigned program; Orders and maintains clinic supplies, including immunization vaccines; Prepares grants, project plans, reports, and maintains records; Compiles statistical information for program evaluation and planning purposes. Other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: PHN I Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. Some nursing experience in a public health setting is highly desirable. PHN II Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse I with San Benito County. PHN III Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse II with San Benito County. PHN IV Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse III with San Benito County. CHN I Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. Some nursing experience in a community health setting is highly desirable. CHN II Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of community health nursing experience comparable to a Community Health Nurse I with San Benito County. Graduation from an accredited college or university and completion of an approved public health nursing program. CHN III Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of community health nursing experience comparable to a Community Health Nurse II with San Benito County. Graduation from an accredited college or university CHN IV Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of community health nursing experience comparable to a Community Health Nurse III with San Benito County. Graduation from an accredited college or university Special Requirements: PHN I-IV Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California Possession of a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. CHN I-IV Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California. Certain positions may require a School Nurse Credential. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: PHN I Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general/public health nursing. Community aspects of public health nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable diseases, including sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, and tuberculosis. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and public health. Principles of public health education. PHN II Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventive medicine. Community aspects of public nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable disease. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and public health programs. PHN III Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of lead direction, program and work coordination, and training. PHN IV Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of lead direction, program and work coordination, and training. CHN I Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general nursing and preventive medicine. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to community health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable disease. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and community health programs. CHN II Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and community health nursing and preventive medicine. Community aspects of nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to community health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable disease. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and community health programs. CHN III/IV Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and community health nursing and preventive medicine. Community aspects of nursing including community resources and demography. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, public health, and disabling conditions. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to community health nursing programs. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Causes, means of transmission, and methods of control of communicable disease. Methods of promoting child and maternal health and community health programs. Program planning evaluations and development principles. Principles of lead direction, program and work coordination, and training Ability to: PHN I Learn to organize and carry out public health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Collect, analyze, and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations and other government agencies when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. Effectively represent the Nursing Division in contacts with public, other county staff and other government agencies. PHN II Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. PHN III Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide work direction and coordination for other staff. Provide instruction in the prevention and control of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. PHN IV Plan, organize, and carry out public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Analyze and evaluate health problems and take appropriate action. Provide work direction and coordination for other staff. Provide instruction in the prevention and control of diseases. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. CHN I Learns the principles, methods, practices and current trends of community health nursing. Learns the community aspects of nursing including community resources and demography Learns to plan, organize, and carry out community health nursing activities in an assigned program. Learns the psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Learn to analyze and conduct health assessment/problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining community health issues and providing community services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. CHN II Plan, organize, and carry out community health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Analyze and conduct health assessment/problems and take appropriate action. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining community health issues and providing community services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. CHN III/IV Plan, organize, and carry out community health nursing activities in an assigned program. Develop and maintain public relations with clients, staff, community groups, and other government organizations. Analyze and conduct health assessment/problems and take appropriate action. Provide work direction and coordination for other staff. Provide instruction in the prevention of diseases. Develop and maintain health records and prepare clear and concise reports. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining community health issues and providing community services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. Please: Lateral/Academy Graduates only Under general supervision, to perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; to patrol assigned area and enforce state and local laws; to conduct investigations of misdemeanor and felony crimes; and to do related work as required. Examples Of Essential Duties: Patrols assigned areas and answers calls for protection or life and property Conducts preliminary investigations, interrogates witnesses, gathers evidence and takes statements in connection with suspected criminal activities Substantiates finding of fact in court Serves warrants, civil documents and makes arrests Conducts Coroner's investigations and prepares reports Investigates accidents Assists and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in investigations and arrests Maintains departmental files and records Keeps firearms and other equipment in good working condition Prepares detailed reports of all activities Other duties as assigned Typical Qualifications: Must have successfully completed, or successfully complete during the probationary period, a Basic Academy certified by the California Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of law enforcement. Laws of arrest and rules of evidence. Laws applicable to the apprehension and treatment of juveniles. Care and operation of small firearms and other law enforcement equipment. First Aid and CPR. Ability to : Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory. Secure information from witnesses and suspects. Make independent decisions while working in the field. Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action. Interpret, explain and apply laws and regulations. Write clear and comprehensive reports. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Use and care for firearms and other law enforcement equipment. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Meet and maintain standards of physical endurance and agility. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. Under direction, to supervise public health staff and services; to plan, coordinate, organize and supervise a multiple number of public health and related programs; may assist with administrative responsibilities as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the supervisory level in the Public Health Nurse class series. Incumbents are responsible for coordinating and supervising a multiple number of public health and related programs and may perform more complex public health nursing services in a specialized public health program, as well as provide direction and coordination for other professional nursing staff. Positions at this level are distinguished from the higher level position, Director of Nursing Services, in that the latter has first line management authority over all public health programs within the Public Health Division. Positions at this level are distinguished from the Supervising Community Health Nurse in that this classification possesses a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. REPORTS TO Health Officer or designee. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Provides supervision of Public Health Nurse I/II/III and Community Health Nurse I/II/III and other assigned public health staff. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit and stand for extended periods; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 50 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use medical and office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and fax. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in clinic, office, and home environments; exposure to communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Incumbent are expected to follow universal precautions. Incumbents may be required to drive in remote areas of the County in all weather conditions. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Supervises and monitors public health and related services/programs Supervises public health and community health nurses and other subordinate staff Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of staff, assists in hiring staff and recommends disciplinary action when appropriate, approves staff leave requests Advises staff on nursing policies, procedures and special problem areas Drafts and standardizes procedures Reviews records and reports for quality improvement purposes Assists in planning and participates in in-service educational programs Evaluates staff training needs and develops strategies for addressing training needs Evaluates work performance of subordinate staff; Maintains liaison with other social and health agencies Attends public health-related meetings and conferences Prepares reports Collaborates with nursing administration, other county departments, and community organizations to develop needs assessments and long-term plans; may serve in a leadership role in a special area or coordinate a designated program or project May participate in grant writing, collection and analysis of statistics, program audits and evaluations and preparation of specific program budgets Other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Completion of sufficient education and experience to meet State of California certification requirements. One year of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse III with San Benito County. Two years of public health nursing experience comparable to a Public Health Nurse II with San Benito County. Special Requirements: Possession of a valid license as a Registered Nurse in California. Possession of a Certificate as a Public Health Nurse issued by the California State Board of Registered Nursing. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Principles and practices of staff supervision and development. Principles, methods, practices, and current trends of general and public health nursing and preventative medicine. Community resources and demography influencing public health nursing services. Federal, State, and local laws and regulations governing communicable disease, disabling conditions, and public health nursing services. Environmental, sociological, and psychological problems related to public health nursing programs and services. Causes, means of transmission, and control of communicable diseases. Child growth and development. Unique psycho/social and cultural issues encountered in a rural health program. Principles of public health education. Program planning, evaluations and development principles. Principles of program and work coordination, and training. Ability to: Provide direction, supervision and evaluation of the work of subordinate staff. Plan, organize, and supervise public health nursing activities and services for an assigned service area or program. Understand, interpret and apply rules, laws, policies and regulations relative specific public health programs. Develop and maintain public relations, staff, community groups and other government organizations. Collect, analyze and interpret technical, statistical and health data. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Deal tactfully and courteously with the public, community organizations, and other staff when explaining public health issues and providing public health services. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME Under general direction, to assist with planning, organizing, directing, and managing the countywide programs of the County Agricultural Commissioner and County Sealer of Weights and Measures; to provide highly responsible technical and staff support for proper enforcement of the pertinent laws and regulations of the California Food and Agricultural Code, the California Code of Regulations, the California Business and Professions Code, the California Health and Safety Code and other applicable codes and laws; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a management classification for the position which has responsibility for assisting with managing and directing the functions and programs of the County Agricultural Commissioner and County Sealer of Weights and Measures. REPORTS TO Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED Agricultural Biologist/Inspector I, II, III , Senior Agricultural Biologist/Inspector, Agricultural Aide and Agricultural Technician TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office and outdoor environments; work is performed in varying temperature and weather conditions; exposure to dust, pesticides, and hazardous controlled substances; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples Of Essential Duties: (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Assists with planning, organizing, directing, and managing the County's inspection and enforcement programs which come under the jurisdiction of the Office of the County Agricultural Commissioner and the Sealer of Weights and Measures; supervises, directs, and oversees enforcement of State and Federal Pesticide regulations, investigations, and environmental monitoring; assists with development and implementation of Department goals, objectives, and priorities; assists with development and administration of the Department budget; provides technical staff support for the Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures; attends regional and State meetings related to the inspection and enforcement functions of the Department; directs action to eradicate plant and related diseases; provides information for integrated pest management; directs the preparation and prepares a variety of technical reports; conducts hearings on violations to determine enforcement actions and hear complaints; provides technical advice on hazardous materials control; represents the Department with the public, community organizations, and other government agencies, including interpretations of policies and regulations. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Five years of experience in agricultural and weights and measures inspection and enforcement, preferably including at least one year in a supervisory or management capacity. Education equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a major in biological or agricultural sciences, including courses in mathematics and physics. Special Requirements Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Possession of a valid license as a Deputy Agricultural Commissioner and a Deputy Sealer of Weights and Measures issued by the State of California. Supplemental Information: Knowledge of: Duties and responsibilities of the Office of the Agricultural Commissioner and the Sealer of Weights and Measures. Laws, rules, regulations, and policies related to the Office of the Agricultural Commissioner and the Sealer of Weights and Measures. Purposes and procedures of legislative processes and regulatory agencies. Research methods and statistical analysis. Proper inspection methods and procedures. Methods of identifying, treating, and controlling plant and pest diseases. Construction, mechanics, and operation of scales, gasoline meters, and other weighing and measuring devices. Budget development and control. Principles of project planning, development, coordination, and direction. Principles of public administration, management, staff supervision, employee training, and work evaluation. Knowledge of mosquito biology and control techniques. Ability to: Assist with planning, organizing, managing, and coordinating the functions of the office of the Agricultural Commissioner and the Sealer of Weights and Measures. Provide supervision, training, and work evaluation for assigned staff. Assist with development and administration of a Department budget. Formulate and implement countywide inspection and enforcement programs. Read and interpret laws, ordinances, and regulations related to agricultural and weights and measures regulation and enforcement. Oversee the collecting, compiling, and presentation of agricultural information. Perform special assignments as directed. Direct the preparation and prepare clear, concise reports. Make effective oral and written presentations. Effectively represent the Office of the Agricultural Commissioner and Sealer of Weights and Measures in responding to inquires, providing assistance, and dealing with the public, community organizations, and other government agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
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SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA Hollister, California, United States
May 09, 2019
Full Time
THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. DEFINITION MHCI Under general direction, to provide assessments, diagnoses, prognoses, counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment for Mental Health Department clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. DEFINITION MHCII This is the advanced-level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Individuals that occupy the level-2 have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT). Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. DEFINITION MHCIII Under general direction, to provide assessments, diagnoses, prognoses, counseling and psychotherapeutic treatment for Mental Health Department clients; to provide education, consultation services, and training for other staff, community agencies, and the public; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCI This is an entry level professional Mental Health Clinician classification and typically the individual that meets the qualifications for this position is an unlicensed clinician that meets the requirements to be and is registered with the State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) as an Associate Clinical Social Worker (ACSW), or Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (AMFT). Individuals occupying the Mental Health Clinician -I of the classification series typically have not completed the BBS required number of clinical service delivery hours working under the supervision of an assigned Licensed Clinician as required by the BBS. A Mental Health Clinician -I completes clinical service delivery repsonsbiltites under the supervision of a Licensed Clinician assigned by the department to provided unlicensed clinician supervision. Individuals in this job classification series have responsibility for providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Such individuals are also required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Upon successful completion of State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) licensing exams and the awarding of Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist designation, incumbents may be promoted to the Mental Health Clinician level II. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCII This is the advanced-level professional Mental Health Clinician classification. Individuals that occupy the level-2 have completed the BBS requirements to possess the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT). Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS MHCIII This is an advanced journey-level professional providing mental health services as part of a multi-disciplinary team under general supervision. Increments in this classification demonstrate a greater skill and depth of the job knowledge in the assortments, and are able to independently perform most complex clinical and case management assignments. Individuals that occupy the level-III have possessed the BBS licensed clinician credentials designation (LCSW, or LMFT) for a minimum of one year. Incumbents have responsibility for independently providing a variety of mental health services for individuals and groups. Incumbents are required to develop case service plans, identify appropriate treatment methods, and use a variety of applied psychotherapeutic techniques. Demonstrates leadership within the multi-disciplinary team. Incumbents in the Level -III classification series may be required and assigned to provide consultation for other Mental Health Clinicians in the Mental Health Clinicians at the level-I and II in the clinician series. Incumbents in the Level-3 classification series after hour's crisis response duty s may also be assigned to be a clinical consultant for other clinicians that may include being the clinical consult contact staff as needed, for other clinicians fulfilling after hours crisis response duty. Incumbents in the Level-III classification series may also be assigned to fulfill after hours crisis response duty. REPORTS TO Assistant Director of Behavioral Health, Director of Behavioral Health, Behavioral Health Clinical Supervisor or designee CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED MHCI This is not a supervisory classification. CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED MHCII/III May serve as lead clinician TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office, clinic, home, school, or community environments; work is performed with people who may exhibit unstable and potentially violent behavior; continuous contact with other staff and the public. Examples Of Essential Duties: MHCI (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; May be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Other duties as assigned. MHCII (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Other duties as assigned. MCIII (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) Independently assess, evaluates, and provides mental health and/or substance abuse services including individual, group, and family therapy/counselling, rehabilitation, crises intervention, and case management services for persons with serious mental illnesses or youth with serious emotional disturbance utilizing culturally sensitive, client/family-centered, strength-based well ness and recovery models of service delivery. Meets with individuals, families, and groups in clinic, home, schools, and community settings to develop client centered service plans; Provides direction for client mental health and community activities; Assists clients with understanding their problems and developing plans to resolve them; Provides a variety of Mental Health counseling and therapy for clients and their families; Works with clients' families to secure their cooperation in treatment programs; Advises clients on available community resources and serves as a liaison with organizations and service agencies; Collaborates with other support agencies and community organizations. Makes referrals and other arrangements for client treatment and service, as necessary; Serves as a consultant for other Mental Health staff; prepares and present progress reports on assigned cases; Cooperates with professionals from other disciplines in the development of team and collaborative diagnoses and treatment programs; Develops recommendations for discharge and follow-up treatment planning for clients and their families; may be assigned administrative responsibilities, including scheduling and case assignments; Assist in the development and monitoring of policies and procedures as assigned. Performs crisis intervention; Performs involuntary hospitalization assessments and arranges for hospitalization, if necessary, may serve as an expert witness in court cases; Develops and participates in training on a verity of topics such as cultural competency, clinical practice, compliance, treatments planning, case management and makes presentations to local agencies and community groups regarding issues related to mental health and or substance abuse. Other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Special Requirements: Possession of a license as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker or as a Marriage and Family Counselor issued by the State of California. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Mental Health Clinician I Experience : Two years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. AND Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Mental Health Clinician II Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience : One year as a Mental Health Clinician I with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Mental Health Clinician III Education : Equivalent to a Master's degree in psychology, social work, marriage and family counseling, or a related field from an accredited college or university. AND Experience : One year as a Mental Health Clinician II with the County of San Benito. OR Three years of professional experience working in mental health counseling, psychotherapy, and related social services in a public or certified private welfare or health agency. Supplemental Information: MHCI Knowledge of : Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. MHCII Knowledge of: Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris- Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. MHCIII Knowledge of : Principles, techniques and trends in counseling, psychotherapy, and various treatment modalities. Biological, behavioral and environmental aspects of emotional disturbances, mental disability, retardation, and substance abuse. The scope and activities of public and private health and welfare agencies and other available community resources. Identification of individual, social, and environmental problems and their analysis and resolution in existing social contexts. Legislative and administrative rules and regulations pertaining to Lanterman-Petris-Short and Short-Doyle services. Ability to : Perform a variety of complex psychiatric social work and psychotherapy for Mental Health Department clients. Develop clear and comprehensive case records and documentation. Develop and maintain cooperative, constructive relationships with families of clients, members of other professional disciplines, social agencies, and other staff. Prepare treatment plans, client treatment recommendations, and a variety of reports. Organize and manage a caseload. Define a therapist's role and deal with clients in a variety of circumstances and settings in accordance with professional standards and ethics. Conceptualize and prioritize the problems of mentally disordered persons, determining their needs, services, and appropriate treatment methods. Integrate a number of clinical approaches into a treatment plan. Recognize a potential crisis and deliver crisis intervention services. Handle stress and unstable client behavior. Work with people from a diversity of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Effectively represent the Mental Health Department in contacts with clients, the public, community organizations, other County staff, and other government agencies. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. Closing Date/Time: Continuous