This highly visible front desk position must deal proactively and courteously with the public, elected officials, and staff, while at all times working within the confines of handling confidential information of a sensitive nature requiring considerable discretion.
The Administrative Assistant performs a wide variety of clerical and administrative duties and tasks requiring knowledge of the operations and functions in County Administration. The position also requires the ability to research, collect data, and analyze information. The Administrative Assistant has regular interaction with the Board of Supervisors, County Administrator, Directors and other government officials. Position is open until filled. Minimum salary $28,179.
Benefit Programs Specialist
Department of Human Services
Reporting directly to the Benefit Programs Unit Manager, the Benefit Programs Specialist represents an entry level position responsible for the determination and re-determination of eligibility of individuals and families for financial assistance, food stamps, medical assistance, and for other social services' benefit programs. The work is performed within established policies, procedures and guidelines, but certain aspects of eligibility determination require independent judgment, especially as related to evaluation of social factors influencing eligibility. In addition, LDHS employees are required to staff Emergency Shelter Operations as needed.
The Benefit Programs Specialist represents the entry level in the Benefit Programs Specialist occupational group. Upon recommendation by the Unit Manager, approval by the Director, and successful completion of the training program, the employee shall be redefined to full performance Benefits Program Specialist II. Position is open until filled. Minimum salary $28,179.
Family Services Specialist
Department of Human Services
Under the direction of the Services Supervisor, the Family Services Specialist I specializes in program areas and assumes more complex duties such as: interviewing/investigating in cases involving suspected child abuse/neglect, foster care, adult abuse/neglect, out-of-home investigations, emergency protective orders and testifying in legal proceedings. Employees have contact with others and influence outcomes by participating on task forces, strategic planning, mentoring, teaching and conducting outreach. Programs areas generally include Child Protective Services, Foster Care and Adult/Adult Protective Services. The Family Services Specialist I may report to the Director or Services Supervisor. In addition, LDHS employees are required to staff Emergency Shelter Operations as needed. Position is open until filled. Minimum salary $35,575.
Fire and Emergency Services
The employee is responsible for technical work involving fire suppression, emergency medical care, specialized rescue, hazardous material mitigation, prevention activities, pre-planning, building inspections, training, physical fitness, public education and performing other work as required. Minimum salary $39,973.
Code Compliance Officer - Part-Time
Reporting to the Director of Community Development, the Code Compliance Officer is responsible for investigating and resolving complaints involving County ordinances administered by the Department of Community Development. He/she performs field investigations, prepares reports, records and other documents necessary for successful code enforcement. He/she also presents oral and written testimony at trials or hearings. Position will remain Open Until Filled. Salary commensurate with experience. Minimum hourly rate of pay - $14.00 per hour.
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