Meet the Community Coaches

Jamie

Jamie Cavey Lang

Title/Position
Director, Assessment & Analytics
(Career Coach)
Brianna Bennett Staff Photo

Brianna Bennett

Title/Position
Assistant Director, Employer Engagement
(Career Coach)
  • Do you consider yourself to be ambitious, resilient, or optimistic? 
  • Are you interested in learning about developing public policy or addressing issues through governmental initiatives? 
  • Does it sound like fun to argue legal issues or lead a civic improvement project? 
  • Could you see yourself working for a city, state, or federal agency or non-profit organization?

Careers in this community focus on public affairs, politics, and serving the community.

Law (jobs prior to/instead of law school)

  • Clerks Office in Local County
  • Law Enforcement
    • Police, Sheriff, State Dept
    • FBI, Homeland Security
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Paralegal
  • Research or Policy Analyst
  • Victim Advocate
  • Arbitrator

Law Enforcement

  • City Police Department
  • County Sheriffs Office
  • Transit Authority Police
  • School District Police
  • Housing Authority Police
  • District Attorneys' Office Investigators
  • Airport Police
  • Harbor Police
  • State Police
  • Corrections Officer
  • Residential Officer
  • Parole Officer
  • Highway Patrol
  • Border Patrol Agents
  • Customs Officer
  • Crime Scene Investigator
  • FBI
  • Homeland Security
  • Intelligence Agent

Politics

  • Affirmative Action Officer
  • Campaign Manager
  • Community Organizer
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Legislative Aide
  • Legislator
  • Political Correspondent
  • Pollster

Additional Areas

  • Activist
  • Archivist
  • Demographics Analyst
  • Historian
  • International Development Coordinator
  • Nonprofit Manager
  • Policy Analyst
  • Program Evaluator
  • Public Administrator
  • Public Affairs Coordinator
  • Research Associate
  • Trade Specialist

 

Check out Exploring Majors & Careers page (scroll to What Can I Do With This Major?).

See what Hawkeyes in your college/major are doing after graduation using  interactive post-graduation dashboards.  

The Occupational Outlook Handbook and O*Net contain information on duties, education and training, pay and job outlook. 

Go Government

Careers in Sociology

American Political Science Association

Want to put your interests to good use? Join with other students who share them. Discover student organizations which relate to law and public service at the Center for Student Involvement and Leadership. You can browse the database by letter or search by keyword or name for locating student organizations.

Some examples of organizations that may be of interest are:

Sociology Club

Mock Trial

Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Society

Undergraduate Political Science Association

Pi Sigma Alpha

Amnesty International

UI Student Government

Student United Way

United Nations Association

 

If you don’t want to join a club or don’t have the time, you can find and activities events related to your interests via After Class.

 

Check out student employment, internships & post-graduation full-time jobs in Handshake.  Employers targeting University of Iowa students & alumni use this recruiting system to connect with you!

 

Finding opportunities to launch your career is a skill of its own.  We also have tips for the search process for volunteeringinternships, and jobs on other parts of our site and encourage you to make a career advising appointment. 

 

Gaining Experience

American Political Science Association: Internship Resources
U.S Department of State Pathways Programs
U.S. Office of Personnel Management Internship and Pathways Programs

Internships.com

American Bar Association

The Washington Center

Idealist

Intelligence Careers

UI Research Teams and Summer Policy Institute

Job Search

American Evaluation Association

Careers in Government

Discover Criminal Justice

International Job Search

State of Iowa

Lobbying Jobs

Police One

Political Job Hunt
Public Affairs Council Job Board

Public Service Careers

USAJOBS.gov

U. S. Department of State

Work for Good

Devex: Global Development Job Board

Impactpool: International Development & Relief

Professional organizations are a great way to explore, prepare, experience, and achieve your career interests and goals!

  • Explore - Learn what people in the industry do, talk about, and take action on
  • Prepare - Learn about job titles, companies, and organizational/thought leaders
  • Experience - Check out resources, including specialized job boards and LinkedIn groups to locate mentors and job shadowing/informational interview opportunities
  • Achieve - Polish your professional image by taking an active part in your industry’s association. Reach your goals through networking and the professional development opportunities your association provides.

Plus, professional associations often offer discounted memberships to students!

Alliance for Nonprofit Management

American Association of Language Specialists

American Bar Association

American Evaluation Association

American Political Science Association

American Association of Political Consultants

American Society for Public Administration

American Sociological Association

Association for Policy Analysis and Management

Engaging Local Government Leaders                        

Go Law Enforcement

Grant Professionals Association

International Association for Community Development

State & Federal Government Associations

Learn About Careers from Real Life Professionals

Candidcareer.com provides an easy and effective way to explore careers and learn about job search strategies through thousands of 1-2 minute video clips

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Employment Attorney

Environmental Program Manager

Nonprofit Director

Job & Internship Postings

Legal Counsel to the Company Regulation Bureau at State of Iowa Commerce Department - Iowa Insurance Division

Thursday, May 30, 2024
Employer: State of Iowa Commerce Department - Iowa Insurance Division Expires: 06/30/2024 Legal Counsel to the Company Regulation BureauThe Iowa Insurance Division is currently seeking an attorney to join the Company Regulation Bureau. The Company Regulation Bureau (CREG) is responsible for the solvency of insurers doing business in Iowa. The Company Regulation Counsel will be responsible for the following duties: • Researches laws, legal opinions, policies, regulations, legal texts; drafts letters, memos, and opinions. • Performs legal review and analysis and makes recommendations of regulatory filings made by insurers regarding compliance with Iowa law and Accounting Practices. • Reviews articles of incorporation and by laws of Iowa domiciled insurers to determine compliance with Iowa statutes and regulations. • Responds to requests for information on requirements of insurance laws and regulations and statutory accounting principles. • Coordinates public records requests involving Company Regulation data. • Collaborates with subject matter experts and other Bureaus within the Insurance Division to gain additional insight into complex or unusual topics. Successful candidates will demonstrate: A strong legal foundation; Attention to detail; Ability to meet critical timeframes; Intellectual and conceptual ability to think critically in order to make decisions, which includes measuring, calculating, reasoning, analyzing, prioritizing and synthesizing data; Maintain effective, respectful working relationships with regulated entities and individuals, trade associations, and legislators; Complete multiple tasks accurately and within assigned periods; Ability to document adequate notes to record actions and the information gathered to document work performed; Proficient in use of personal computers, peripheral equipment and various software packages, including the Microsoft Office Suite. The Iowa Insurance Division offers a strong team culture and a respect for work-life balance. We have a competitive total compensation package for all our full-time employees, including: • Iowa Public Employees Retirement System (IPERS) • Retirement Investors Club (RIC) • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance • Vacation and Sick Leave • Paid Holidays (9 days/year) • Flexible Work Schedule • Teleworking available Monday and Friday

Realty Specialist at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Seattle District

Thursday, May 30, 2024
Employer: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Seattle District Expires: 06/12/2024 Must apply directly on USAJOBS at: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/793253800About the Position: The Real Estate Division is responsible for accomplishing real estate transactions for Air Force and Army. These positions support the Realty Division and its mission to provide acquisition, management and disposal of real estate for the Civil and Military projects.This is a Direct Hire Authority (DHA) solicitation utilizing the DHA for Recent Graduates to recruit and appoint qualified candidates to positions in the competitive service.DutiesObtain leases of real property required within the civil and military boundaries of the Seattle District.Verify property ownership.Examine and analyze public records, appraisal reports, right of way maps and title evidence to identify matters affecting negotiations.Conduct Joint Use and Inspection Surveys to determine continuing requirements by the using servicesPrepare negotiator's report of pertinent facts and circumstances developed during negotiations and recommend acceptance of counteroffers.Prepare local cooperation agreements for execution by incorporating all requirements disclosed by a careful review of regulations and guidance.Make field inspections to determine whether claims are reasonable, allowable, and recommend the type and amount of payment.Conditions of EmploymentAppointment may be subject to a suitability or fitness determination, as determined by a completed background investigation.Qualifications Who May Apply: Positions are open to:Recent Graduate: a person who was awarded a degree by an institution of higher education not more than two years before the date of the appointment of the applicant. Exception: For a person who has completed a period of obligated service in a uniformed service of more than four years, the degree may be awarded by an institution of higher education not more than four years before the date of the appointment of the applicant.**NOTE: Management will consider applications from students who expect to complete qualifying education no later than 30 June 2024. (You must upload current transcripts with your application and degrees must be conferred no later than 30 June 2024). ***In order to qualify, you must meet the education and/or experience requirements described below. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application. Additional information about transcripts is in this document.Specialized Experience: One year of specialized experience which includes answering routine realty related inquiries; assist in acquiring lease agreements or similar contracts; maintaining a file database/system; and using a variety of office automation equipment. This definition of specialized experience is typical of work performed at the second lower grade/level position in the federal service (GS-05).OREducation: One full year of graduate level education in any field which demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to do the work of the position, such as Real Estate, Business Management, Marketing, or Finance.ORSuperior Academic Achievement: Successful completion of all the requirements for a bachelor's degree with Superior Academic Achievement. In order to be creditable under this provision, Superior Academic Achievement must have been gained in a curriculum that is qualifying for the position to be filled. Superior Academic Achievement is based on: (1) Class Standing - Applicants must be in the upper third of the graduating class in the college, university, or major subdivision, such as the College of Liberal Arts or the School of Business Administration, based on completed courses; OR (2) Grade-Point Average (G.P.A.) - Applicants must have a grade-point average of either (a) 3.0 or higher out of a possible 4.0 ("B" or better) as recorded on your official transcript, or as computed based on 4 years of education, or as computed based on courses completed during the final 2 years of the curriculum; or (b) 3.5 or higher out of a possible 4.0 ("B+" or better) based on the average of the required courses completed in the major field or the required courses in the major field completed during the final 2 years of the curriculum.; OR (3) Honor Society Membership - Applicants may be considered eligible based on membership in one of the approved national scholastic honor societies listed by the Association of College Honor Societies (https://www.achsnatl.org/).ORCombination of Education and Experience: A combination of education and experience may be used to qualify for this position as long as the computed percentage of the requirements is at least 100%. To compute the percentage of the requirements, divide your total months of experience by 12. Then divide the total number of completed graduate semester hours (or equivalent) by 18. Add the two percentages. EducationFOREIGN EDUCATION: If you are using education completed in foreign colleges or universities to meet the qualification requirements, you must show the education credentials have been evaluated by a private organization that specializes in interpretation of foreign education programs and such education has been deemed equivalent to that gained in an accredited U.S. education program; or full credit has been given for the courses at a U.S. accredited college or university. For further information, visit: https://sites.ed.gov/international/recognition-of-foreign-qualifications/

Police Officer at City of Waukee

Thursday, May 30, 2024
Employer: City of Waukee Expires: 06/14/2024 JOB PURPOSEA Waukee Police Officer performs law enforcement and crime prevention for the safety and protection of life and property in the City of Waukee. Waukee Police Department Hiring Guidelines Certified Officers wage range is $33.59 ($69,863.47) - $44.20 ($91,935.65)Non-Certified Police Officers will start at $31.05 ($64,592.64).  After successful completion of the police academy, wages may increase.This posting will be open until filled.  Below is information in regard to our first testing and interview dates.   The City of Waukee will be conducting physical agility testing and a written examination for the position of Non-Certified Police Officer June 21, 2024.   Iowa Certified Officers (Lateral transfers) do not have to do the testing process.   TENTATIVE HIRING SCHEDULE:May 30, 2024 - Open Until Filled - Applications AcceptedJune 21, 2024 - Physical & Written Tests Conducted (Non-Certified ONLY)June 28, 2024 - InterviewsJuly, 2024 - Polygraph, Comprehensive Background Investigations Conducted, MMPI Testing, pre-employment physical (selected candidates only)August, 2024 - Tentative Start DateAugust 26, 2024 - ILEA (if needed) ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:(Order of Essential Functions does not indicate importance of functions.)Patrols the city and responds to calls for service to control traffic, protect life and property, prevent crime and provide for the safeguarding of citizens.Completes all written reports as required.Conducts preliminary investigations including interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects of complaints, accident/crime scenes and other assigned cases to apprehend violators, to enforce laws and to determine if charges should be filed.Secures and preserves evidence. Appears in court to present evidence and give testimony.Writes citations, arrests violators of the law and processes arrested subject.Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the apprehension of offenders and the investigation of offenses.Complies with and has excellent knowledge of all departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).Performs other duties or assumes other responsibilities as apparent or assigned.SUCCESS FACTORS:Takes action in solving problems while exhibiting judgment and a systematic approach to decision making.Creates and participates in a team environment.Displays honesty, trustworthiness, dependability and respectfulness at all times.Supports all efforts to increase cooperation, communication, and collaboration between and among departments, staff members and the community.Understands and internalizes the importance of seeking resolution to problems and concerns by bringing them to the direct attention of supervisor in a timely manner.Attends administrative, department, and team meetings as scheduled.Safeguards confidential information and uses it or disclose it only as expressly authorized or specifically required in the course of performing specific job duties.Continually seeks and accepts opportunities for personal and professional growth including practicing the use of firearms.Contributes to overall City effectiveness by providing critical staff support to task forces and by participating, as necessary, in assisting all other teams.Attentive to the City's and Department's standards for customer service, accuracy, quality, efficiency and all City and Department policies and procedure ensuring that all work performed meets those standards.Excellent knowledge of current municipal, state, and federal codes, laws and ordinances, interpreting and enforcing the same.QUALIFICATIONS:High school diploma or GED. Associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred.Experience in law enforcement preferred.Bi-lingual and bi-cultural understanding preferred.Must be 21 years of age or older by date of hire.Must possess and have the ability to maintain a valid Driver’s License.Must be able to obtain an Iowa Professional Permit to carry weapons.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Must meet all minimum standards for Iowa Law Enforcement Officers per ILEA.Able to perform all essential functions of the position while wearing required protective equipment.Able to lift, pull, push up to 100 pounds unassisted when necessary.Be responsive to verbal and visible signs of distress and alarms.Able to remember names, faces and details of incidents.Able to effectively communicate orally (in person and over the telephone) and in writing (using electronic devices and handwritten) in English with other employees, vendors and the community.WORKING CONDITIONS:Position requires outdoor work where heat, cold, precipitation, and the results of weather and nature may be encountered.Position requires travel within and outside of the City which imposes common travel hazards.Will be exposed to emergencies, stressful situations, and significant work place pressure.Standard work hours must be flexible, will include days, evenings, over nights and weekends, may be greater than 40 hours per week, and may be called to report to duty at any time.To successfully fulfill the essential functions of this position, employee must maintain standard work hours within Waukee Public Safety building.There is no residency requirement for this position. 

Climate Specialist Job ID 76854 at Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Employer: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Expires: 06/12/2024 The work you'll do is more than just a job.At the State of Minnesota, employees play a critical role in developing policies, providing essential services, and working to improve the well-being and quality of life for all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota is committed to equity and inclusion, and invests in employees by providing benefits, support resources, and training and development opportunities.Job Summary This position is a temporary unclassified position and is anticipated to end: June 2026. This position exists to direct development and implementation of tools, methodologies and approaches to assess climate impacts on and from proposed projects through environmental review. The incumbent will administer and perform advanced professional statewide environmental program work related to the goals, objectives, and strategies necessary to support, assist, lead, and provide direction to MPCA environmental review project managers in the review of climate information and data required in MPCA's environmental review documents. This work is multi-disciplinary, complex and has significant public and legislative interest.The main responsibilities of this position include: 1) Coordination with EQB, other MPCA programs, and other state agencies to advance a shared understanding of available and developing greenhouse gas (GHG) calculator tools; and to establish, implement and enhance standardized approaches for analyzing climate impacts. 2) Assist, develop and transfer knowledge to Environmental Review Unit project managers to enable them to thoroughly review climate impacts on and from proposed projects (including analysis of GHGs, climate adaptation strategies, climate resiliency, and mitigation) in EAWs and EISs - in accordance with the EQB EAW form and EAW sector/source specific climate guidance, and 3) Update the unit's Animal Feedlot GHG calculator tool as needed.Qualifications Minimum QualificationsTwo years advanced professional experience in an environmental or regulatory program. Such experience may include: experience with air dispersion/GHS modeling, carbon footprint analysis, and climate impacts evaluation including resiliency, adaptation and mitigation strategies.Knowledge, skills, and experience using emission factors and calculator tools to quantify greenhouse gas emissions. Knowledge, skills, and experience reviewing and developing climate adaptation, climate resiliency and climate mitigation strategies to reduce climate impacts.Strong analytical, research, organizational, project development and communication skills/techniques.Project management skills sufficient to manage many concurrent activities, coordinate and organize the work of others, identify critical paths, prioritize and schedule tasks.Ability to plan, organize, collaborate and direct the work of others under tight timeframes and competing priorities. Ability to review and evaluate technical documents.Experience in communicating information with broad audiences. Leading and directing a variety of projects and teams.The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will not sponsor applicants for work visas. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.Preferred QualificationsBroad knowledge of local, state and federal environmental laws, regulations and policies.Knowledge, skills and experience in:    *  Leading multi-media interdisciplinary teams, building and maintaining relationships with local, state and federal agencies and other external stakeholders.    *  Minnesota Environmental Policy Act and implementing Minnesota Environmental Review Program requirements. Demonstrated experience in technical writing sufficient to review and develop Environmental Review Program documents such as guidance, procedures, practices, and educational materials.Physical RequirementsA job is in this category may require maintaining a stationary position to a significant degree or may involve a certain amount of moving necessary in carrying out job duties.Additional RequirementsPosition duties may require travel but driving is not a minimum qualification or essential function of this position. Employees who may drive for state business will need their driver's license checked prior to operating a state vehicle. About Pollution Control Agency Our mission is to protect and improve the environment and human health. We work with many partners (citizens, communities, and businesses, all levels of government, environmental groups and educators) to prevent pollution, conserve resources, and to help ensure polluting does not have disproportionate impact on any groups of people. We emphasize work-life balance with flex schedules, compressed schedules, and options to telework for some positions.

Torch Run Event Coordinator at Special Olympics Iowa

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Employer: Special Olympics Iowa Expires: 06/14/2024 The Torch Run Event Coordinator is a full-time exempt position that is responsible for coordinating, managing, and marketing various fundraising events for the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR).QUALIFICATIONS• BA/BS preferred• Non-profit fundraising experience preferred• High energy and enthusiasm with the ability to work effectively with volunteers required• Demonstrated success in soliciting and obtaining corporate and individual sponsorships for special events desired• Advanced computer skills and knowledge in Photoshop and web/social media content publishing is necessary• Organizational skills and ability to multi-task and meet deadlines is required• Must pass required SOIA background check and Class A Volunteer certificationRESPONSIBILITIES• Work in conjunction with LETR Director to coordinate and manage the implementation of various Torch Run projects and events throughout the state• Recruit and motivate volunteers for events• Manage logistical aspects of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, including fulfillment and back-end reports• Ability to travel throughout the state, including some evenings and weekends• Research, identify and cultivate donors/sponsors for the Torch Run• Develop and nurture relationships with statewide law enforcement representatives• Assist other staff with events and projects• Build and strengthen relationships in all aspects of community and public relations• Assist with publication of brochures, flyers and other marketing materials• Assists in the development and execution of Unified Champion Schools fundraising• Efficient management of online fundraising platform•Other duties as assignedPlease send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to ssteffy@soiowa.org

MDHHS - Services Specialist 9-P11 - Oakland County - Currently Interviewing at Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Employer: Michigan Department of Health & Human Services Expires: 06/11/2024 This posting is for immediate openings. All qualifying candidates that pass initial background screening will be given the opportunity to interview.  Thanks for considering a career with MDHHS. This exciting initiative offers you the opportunity to be considered for positions in Oakland County and to be hired among a cohort of your peers. In this position you will utilize child welfare skills to ensure children are protected from abuse and neglect. When child abuse or neglect is indicated, specialists work closely with families and the legal system toward a goal of reunification, independent living, or other permanent living situation.The MDHHS mission is to provide opportunities, services, and programs that promote a healthy, safe, and stable environment for residents to be self-sufficient. We are committed to ensuring a diverse workforce and a work environment whereby all employees are treated with dignity, respect and fairness. For more information, please visit our MDHHS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan.MDHHS: I AM HOPETo be considered, you will need to provide:A copy of your official or unofficial transcripts An up-to-date resumeAs a Condition of Employment– this position requires:A valid driver's licenseCompletion of criminal records checkAn out of state driving record if applicableCompletion of central registry check & out of state Central Registry Check if you have lived out of state within the past 5 years Upon hire, the successful candidate will be required to complete a nine week pre-service training program that includes a total of 270 hours of competency-based classroom and field training. Additionally, the employee must successfully complete a minimum number of hours of in-service training on an annual basis.To learn more about this position, we recommend watching this short video: "Is This Job For Me?"Click here to view the Position Description (Download PDF reader)  Required Education and ExperienceEducationPossession of a bachelor's or master's degree with a major in one of the following human services areas: social work, sociology, psychology, forensic psychology, interdisciplinary studies in social science, education, community development, law enforcement, behavioral science, gerontology, special education, education of the emotionally disturbed, education of the gifted, family ecology, community services, family studies, family and/or child development, counseling psychology, criminal justice, human services, or in a human services-related counseling major.ORPossession of a bachelor's degree in any major with at least 30 semester (45 term) credits in one or a combination of the following human services areas: social work, sociology, psychology, forensic psychology, interdisciplinary studies in social science, education, community development, law enforcement, behavioral science, gerontology, special education, education of the emotionally disturbed, education of the gifted, family ecology, community services, family studies, family and/or child development, counseling psychology, criminal justice, human services, or in a human services-related counseling major. Additional Requirements and InformationInterviews for these positions will occur in late June.Position Location/Remote Office: This position may work remotely or work hybrid (remote/office). The office location for these positions will be within Oakland County, Michigan and will be determined based upon need.#MDHHSjobs#Veteranfriendly#Careerswithpurpose#CommunityHeroes     

Social Worker - Adult Protection at Olmsted County, MN

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
Employer: Olmsted County, MN Expires: 06/12/2024 Olmsted County has earned the 2023 and 2024 Best Places to Work - Southeast Minnesota designation.Minimum Qualifications of Education and ExperienceBachelor's or Master's degree from an accredited college or university.Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary component of job/position. Individuals required to use County vehicles and equipment must have a valid driver's license and be free of any major traffic violations for the last three (3) years.Desirable Qualifications:Two years of social service-related experience.Nature of WorkUnder general supervision of a Program Manager and within state and locally developed programs and policies, the social worker provides Adult Protective Services including assessment, investigation, and intervention on reports of suspected adult maltreatment as well as other related duties. Examples of WorkResponds to reports of vulnerable adult maltreatmentProvides immediate protective services when necessaryConducts interviews and makes home visits to identify needs and problems of individuals or families for servicesCounsels individual clients to explore, identify, resolve, prevent or control problemsAdvises clients of possible resources, rights and responsibilities under programs or servicesRefers clients to other programs or agencies when appropriateDevelops and writes individual treatment plans to treat identified problems when neededDevelops recommendations for court cases as appropriatePrepares correspondence reports and maintains case records in accordance with state, federal and local guidelinesEducates the community on vulnerable adult maltreatment issuesEstablishes relationships with service providers, Law Enforcement and the County Attorney's OfficeParticipates in team decision-making and community consultation meetingsKnowledge, Skills and Abilities RequiredKnowledge of State of Minnesota laws and regulations pertaining to reporting incidents of maltreatment involving vulnerable adultsKnowledge of case management and protective services methods, techniques, and practices pertaining to vulnerable populationsSkilled in applying methods and techniques used to conduct interviews and investigationsSkilled in applying methods and techniques used to appropriately intervene during routine or crisis situations involving victims of abuseKnowledge of Safety/Risk Assessment techniquesNeeds and problems of vulnerable adults from diverse socio­ economic and cultural backgroundsSkilled in effectively assess and apply intervention techniques when dealing with vulnerable adultsKnowledge of the social sciencesKnowledge of the principles of social workKnowledge of community resourcesKnowledge of social and economic problemsKnowledge of motivating factors of human behaviorKnowledge of trauma-informed practicesKnowledge of therapeutic and strength-based approachesKnowledge of and sensitivity to victim issues, victim needsKnowledge of agency policiesKnowledge of data practices and confidentialityAbility to develop recommendations for court casesSkilled in verbal communication, public speaking, writing and recording of information and dataSkill in the use of computers and technologySkills in individual and community advocacyAbility to understand individual and family needs with empathy and objectivityAbility to exercise good judgment in recommending possible solutions for individual and family needs and when utilizing conflict management and advocacy skillsAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, co-workers, public officials and citizens of the communityAbility to organize efficiently and keep records systematicallyAbility to work independently and to recognize when supervision is neededAbility to work with diverse populationsAbility to serve as a liaison to community resourcesAbility to drive an automobilePersons with disabilities: the above is a general listing of job duties. Essential and non-essential functions may vary by individual position. Reasonable accommodations may be available for both essential and non-essential job duties.

Detention Officer at Burleigh County

Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Employer: Burleigh County Expires: 06/11/2024 About the Role: Under supervision of the Burleigh County Sheriff, is responsible for inmates within the Detention Center, the protection of life and property, and to perform routine tasks in accordance with North Dakota law, rules and regulations established by the Attorney General of North Dakota and Burleigh Morton County Detention Center policies.Am I qualified? You are qualified if you have: Current driver’s licenseGED or High School DiplomaAbility to work shift work (see below)You are not qualified if you have: Any felony level convictionsThree or more misdemeanor convictionsAny use of hard illegal drugs (meth, cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, ecstasy, etc.)Registered sex offender.Pending criminal case.Shift Schedule:This position is a shift work position. Every other weekend off, twelve-hour shifts with one-month rotations alternating between night shift and day shifts. Officers work a long week then a short week with this repeating. Long weeks are working Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Short weeks are just Wednesday and Thursday. Officers only work approximately 14 days per month.Other Requirements:Must successfully complete standard background and a criminal record check along with physical and psychological exams.  Costs associated with these exams will be paid for by the county.Applicant must have the abilities to perform the essential functions, with or without accommodation which may include butnot limited to: lifting, extended walking, carrying and dragging objects, climbing up to and down from elevated surfaces, climbing through openings, jumping over obstacles and using body force to gain entry.Skills to communicate, verbally and written, with some knowledge of appropriate legal terminology for the purpose of legal and non-legal documents.Responsibilities:Responsible for the protection, life and property of inmates within the Detention Center.Process and release inmates, determine the appropriate classification of inmates; assess and respond to the needs of special populations. Conduct visual and audio surveillance of Detention Center.Gather information in criminal and administrative investigations by interviewing and obtaining statements of victims, witnesses and/or suspects. Prepare investigative reports and determine probable cause to recommend disciplinary action.Perform searches of people; this may include inspecting unclothed inmates, which may include exposure to bodily fluids and wastes. Perform searches of inmate correspondence items, and objects capable of concealment. Detect and collect evidence.Pursue fleeing inmates, perform rescue operations, and effectively restrain an inmate with restraints, forcibly if necessary.Transport and escort prisoners, detainees and committed mental patients, using appropriate restraints.Perform other duties as assigned which may include but not limited to, preparing and serving food, inspection of doors and windows to ensure security, and working rotating shifts.Burleigh County Benefits: Burleigh County offers a fully paid NDPERS pension plan, 95% premium paid Health Insurance coverage through BCBS of ND.  We also offer $25,000 life insurance coverage and additional insurance coverage options.This position requires a criminal background check. If an applicant is chosen to interview for this position a pre-interview phone screening will be conducted. Prior criminal history may be considered in the selection process for this position based on the nature, time and seriousness of the conviction and its relevance to the position. (N.D.C.C.§12.1-33). 

Social Worker - Disability Services Unit at Olmsted County, MN

Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Employer: Olmsted County, MN Expires: 06/08/2024 Olmsted County has earned the 2023 and 2024 Best Places to Work - Southeast Minnesota designation.Minimum Qualifications of Education and ExperienceA bachelor's degree (at minimum) in social work, special education, psychology, nursing, human services or other fields related to the education or treatment of people with developmental disabilities or related conditions.ANDOne year of experience in education or treatment of people with developmental disabilities or related conditions, OR a minimum of one course that specifically focuses on developmental disabilities.Regular and reliable attendance is a necessary component of job/position. Individuals required to use County vehicles and equipment must have a valid driver's license and be free of any major traffic violations for the last three (3) years.Desirable Qualifications:Two years of social service-related experience.Nature of WorkUnder supervision of a Program Manager or Supervisor, and within Federal, State and locally developed programs and policies, supporting individuals ages 16 to 23 diagnosed with an intellectual disability in navigating the transition from childhood to adulthood.  Identifies individual needs and works toward meeting these needs through county and community support services.  Will be working within a multi-disciplinary team setting.Examples of WorkProvides assessment and case management for individuals ages 16 to 23 diagnosed with an intellectual disability or related condition.Uses revised MN CHOICES assessment tool to determine the functional needs and abilities of the individual to determine eligibility for services.Works with a variety of funding programs/sources (County, State, and/or Federal) to meet the individual's needs.Develops and writes support plans.Advises individuals, and their families of possible resources, rights and responsibilities under programs or services.Works with individuals, team members, and providers who support the individual.Refers individuals to other programs or agencies when appropriate.Utilizes State and Local computer programs to document work for the county and the individual.Maintains case records in accordance with State, Federal, and local guidelines.Performs all other duties as assigned.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities RequiredKnowledge of a variety of program and services for individuals with intellectual disability or related conditions.Knowledge of the dynamics of individual and group behavior.Knowledge of human growth and development.Knowledge of the principles, methods and techniques of social workKnowledge of social and economic problemsKnowledge of community resourcesKnowledge of federal and state Social Service programs and lawsKnowledge of agency policiesAbility to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, co-workers, public officials and citizens of the community.Experience coordinating services for individuals and conducting assessments.Excellent communication skills in all areas written, verbal non-verbal and listening.Persons with disabilities: the above is a general listing of job duties. Essential and non-essential functions may vary by individual position. Reasonable accommodations may be available for both essential and non-essential job duties.

Construction Stormwater Inspector Job ID 77087 at Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Employer: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Expires: 06/11/2024 The work you'll do is more than just a job.At the State of Minnesota, employees play a critical role in developing policies, providing essential services, and working to improve the well-being and quality of life for all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota is committed to equity and inclusion, and invests in employees by providing benefits, support resources, and training and development opportunities.Job Summary This position exists to assist in the operation of the federal/state National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System/State Disposal System (NPDES/SDS) Construction Stormwater Permit Program. As a Construction Stormwater Inspector at the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), you will perform compliance and enforcement inspections and duties related to the implementation of the NPDES/SDS program. This position involves evaluating compliance status of NPDES/SDS permitted construction sites with applicable NPDES/SDS permit requirements, state statutes, and rules including unpermitted activities; determining and initiating appropriate enforcement action if applicable; negotiating settlements as part of a team; investigating and following-up on complaints; acting as a case manager for assigned enforcement cases; participating in special projects as assigned. The position also provides education on stormwater requirements, provides technical assistance, and cooperates with other state and local units of government doing similar work.Qualifications Minimum QualificationsEnvironmental Specialist 1:Two years of environmental protection experience. ORA Bachelor’s degree in a water related science, environmental protection or closely related field. (Students in their final semester of college should apply for the position and can start after their graduation date.) **Environmental Specialist 2:Three years of environmental protection experience ORA Bachelor's degree in water related science, environmental protection or related science field AND one year of professional environmental protection experience. ****ANDAbility to manage multiple projects.Ability to gain understanding of the environmental regulatory process and state and federal rules.Basic computer skill with proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.Good communication and human relations skills to interact effectively with stakeholders and team members.The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will not sponsor applicants for work visas. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.Preferred QualificationsKnowledge of water resources and the relationships between hydrology, engineering, land use, and water quality management.Experience in performing compliance inspections and elevated enforcement actions.Knowledge of the overall state and federal environmental regulatory framework related to environmental investigations and the Clean Water Act.Work effectively with people representing a broad spectrum or positions in business, government, and environmental groups.Effectively represent the MPCA before a variety of groups relative to social, economic, and environmental issues.Demonstrated ability to work effectively with representatives of government and private organizations along with the ability to resolve controversial or contentious situations.Effective public presentation skillsAbility to effectively communicate technical concepts in person and in writing.Students who have participated in one of the state or agency’s student leadership pipeline programs such as Right Track, Step Up, Urban Scholar, Star of the North or Increasing Diversity in Environmental Careers are encouraged to apply.Physical RequirementsThis position conducts field work in a variety of outdoor weather conditions and potentially challenging environments across Minnesota. Incumbent must be physically able to perform field work associated with investigating land disturbing activities on active construction sites within the assigned territory.  This may include loading/unloading vehicles with field equipment, carrying equipment to sites and walking on uneven terrain, Incumbent will need to lift and carry up to 20 pounds of field gear, tablets, measuring devices and cameras over land and be capable of moderate physical exertion in summer heat and sun. The position may be requested to conduct inspections anywhere in the state and stay may require overnight stays at times.Additional RequirementsThis position requires successful completion of the following:A driver’s license is an essential function of this position. This requires possession of an unrestricted Class D Driver’s License. The job offer is contingent on confirmation of a valid driver’s license AND a satisfactory DLR check. Requires a Class D Driver's License: a single unit vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of less than 26,000 pounds. This is a basic driver's license. Operators may also tow vehicles/trailers as long as the gross combination weight does not exceed 26,000 pounds.About Pollution Control Agency Our mission is to protect and improve the environment and human health. We work with many partners (citizens, communities, and businesses, all levels of government, environmental groups and educators) to prevent pollution, conserve resources, and to help ensure polluting does not have disproportionate impact on any groups of people. We emphasize work-life balance with flex schedules, compressed schedules, and options to telework for some positions.

Legal Calendar Clerk at Lyon Law

Monday, May 27, 2024
Employer: Lyon Law Expires: 06/21/2024 Company OverviewJoin our dynamic team at Lyon Law PC, a leading firm dedicated to advocating for employees' rights and ensuring justice in the workplace. We specialize in representing employees in various employment-related matters, including discrimination, harassment, and wrongful termination. Our firm is committed to providing high-quality legal services while prioritizing the well-being and rights of our clients. Position Overview:We are seeking a diligent and organized Calendar Clerk to join our team. The Calendar Clerk will play a crucial role in managing our firm's calendar, ensuring all deadlines, court appearances, and other important events are accurately scheduled and tracked. They will also play a vital role in helping our firm operate efficiently by managing client communications, scheduling appointments, and performing various administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will have strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced legal environment.  Responsibilities:Manage and maintain the firm's master calendar, including inputting deadlines, court dates, hearings, meetings, and other important events.Coordinate with attorneys and legal staff to schedule and confirm court appearances, depositions, mediations, and client meetings.Monitor and track court rules, deadlines, and filing requirements to ensure compliance with all legal obligations.Proactively identify scheduling conflicts and work with attorneys to resolve them in a timely manner.Communicate effectively with clients, court personnel, and external parties regarding calendar-related matters.Assist with the preparation and filing of legal documents as needed.Stay informed about changes to court rules, procedures, and deadlines that may impact the firm's calendar.Provide administrative support to attorneys and legal staff as requested.Assist with billing and invoicing tasks, including time entry and preparation of invoices for clients.Provide general administrative support, including photocopying, scanning, filing, and data entry. Qualifications:Bachelor's degree or equivalent; additional education or certification in legal studies is a plus.Demonstrate self-sufficiency, resourcefulness, and strong problem-solving skills.Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple deadlines effectively.Familiarity with legal terminology and procedures is preferred.Adaptability and willingness to learn and grow in a fast-paced legal environment.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Manager at Oregon Department of Transportation

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: Oregon Department of Transportation - Rail/Transit Expires: 06/18/2024 Planner 4 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Program ManagerOregon Department of TransportationPublic Transportation DivisionPolicy & Strategic Investment UnitSalem Salary: $6,454 - $10,013 The role: We need your leadership, communication and analytical skills! As a pedestrian and bicycle program manager, you will develop and implement statewide policy and program activities to support our efforts to improve conditions for people walking, rolling and biking. You will be the central point of contact for pedestrian and bicycle issues across the state and serve as a policy and technical advisor to internal staff and external parties. You will also lead the implementation of the Oregon bicycle and pedestrian plan, coordinate funding decisions, contribute to and distribute program materials, act as the staff liaison for advisory committees and coordinate training and education opportunities for agency staff. If you’re passionate about expanding access for walking, rolling and biking and excited to develop your leadership and project management skills, then apply today! We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for our positions. We hope you’ll join us on our path to increasing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through our values, commitments, strategies and actions. Before applying, visit our applicant information website to learn more about our process. If you are a current State of Oregon employee, you must apply through your employee Workday profile. A day in the life:Manage and coordinate pedestrian and biking policy issues statewide.Identify investment needs, coordinate agency funding distributions and legislative requests. Recommend policy strategies, options and legislative positions to senior managers.Participate in multidisciplinary teams to communicate agency policy and implementation strategies.Represent the agency and communicate policy direction at manager meetings, occasionally before elected officials and other interested parties.Assess federal and state policy changes for implications to the agency.Bring forward advocacy, concerns and perspectives from external partners for consideration.Staff the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (OBPAC), coordinate support for recommendations, develop agendas, assist in developing the annual work program update and track progress.Report on the progress of key performance measures, update and implement the 5 year Oregon bicycle and pedestrian work plan and coordinate contractor support for policy implementation efforts.Develop and deliver training, lead monthly coordination meetings for agency staff that support active transportation initiatives and organize regular workshops.Develop and implement plans to communicate and engage internal and external partners, identify project risks and design strategies to manage and mitigate risks.Coordinate and oversee the update and distribution of program materials.Hybrid work options available – minimum in office once a month for meetings and trainings. Occasional over night travel. To request a copy of the position description, which includes all duties and working conditions, please email ODOTRecruitment@odot.oregon.gov.  What’s in it for you:Work/life balance, 11 paid holidays a year, flexible work schedules, paid leave and so much more. Learn more about working at the Oregon Department of Transportation and the benefits we offer.Competitive benefits packages which can be estimated using our compensation calculator.Comprehensive and equitable base salary offer within the listed range based on your experience, skills and education. The salary range listed is the non-PERS participating rate. If you are already a participating PERS member or once you become PERS eligible, the salary range will increase by 6%. Please review the Classification and Compensation page for more details.Public Service Loan Forgiveness opportunity!Want to know about new job postings? Subscribe to receive weekly email notifications! Minimum qualifications:Eight (8) years of planning experience related to the job; ORA bachelor's degree in urban or regional planning, public administration, social science, civil engineering, architecture, economics, geography or a related field AND four (4) years of planning experience related to the job; ORA master's degree in urban or regional planning, public administration, social science, civil engineering, architecture, economics, geography or a related field AND three (3) years of experience; ORAn equivalent combination in relevant education, training, and experience. What we’d like to see:If you have these attributes, let us know in your application materials! It's how we will choose whom to move forward! You do not need to have all these qualities to be eligible for this position. We may also use transferable skills, experience, education and alignment with ODOT values to help us decide who will move forward.Demonstrated experience working on bicycle and pedestrian related issues and policy, bringing a general understanding of national and international trends and best practices.Skilled at working collaboratively and influentially with different peers towards a common outcome, as well as working well independently.Demonstrated experience managing relationships with interested parties and partnering with people in different roles to achieve a common goal.Demonstrated experience building strong partnerships, strategic engagement, political navigation acumen and the ability to work in a demanding and time sensitive environment with competing priorities.Experience and skills with project management and administering funding programs. Learn more and apply: This recruitment closes at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, June 17, 2024.   Please note that we can only accept applications through our website. For questions, call 503-779-9733 or email ODOTRecruitmentJB@odot.oregon.govODOT is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer   

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst II (JC-433731) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Safety and Enforcement Expires: 06/05/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to this classification, please Click here to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under the direction of the Program & Project Supervisor or a Senior Analyst of the Communications Division ‘s Consumer Programs Branch – California Teleconnect Fund (CTF) section, the incumbent (PURA II or I) will perform responsible, varied, and difficult analytical work related to the CTF program and 211.Duties related to CTF will primarily focus on the research and analysis of price component of CTF services across carriers, customer’s quantitative and qualitative data of CTF subsidized services as well as market price and bandwidth information for broadband services. Assist in developing and implementing a price reporting methodology for carriers to regularly report to CTF and assure carrier’s compliance with the reporting requirements. Develop and maintain a database of CTF broadband service pricing and produce reports, presentations and other materials for management review.In order to facilitate the 2-1-1 Information and Referral service expansion to unserved counties, the incumbent will assess and monitor the progress of 2-1-1 Information and Referral service expansion and implementation to unserved areas in California. The staff person will be responsible to review, analyze, and process and maintain records of reimbursements to 2-1-1 entity/service providers. Assist with the preparation of 2-1-1 status reports for management. Coordinate with 2-1-1 entity/service providers to resolve issues that arise. Facilitate the 2-1-1 Information and Referral service expansion project or transfers of authority to ensure ongoing 2-1-1 service. Review and analyze annual reports and emergency reports submitted by a 2-1-1 entity/service provider and provide summary reports to management team.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for San Francisco (LA, SF, SAC) location. All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.• Los Angeles location, please apply to JC# 433747• Sacramento location, please apply to JC# 433744Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.Will accept Training and Development assignment. This position requires travel.Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst III (JC-434036) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Safety and Enforcement Expires: 06/15/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to these classifications, please click PURA III or PURA II to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under general direction of the Program and Project Supervisor (PPS), Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst (PURA) V, and/or Senior Utilities Engineer (SUE), the incumbent acts as a regulatory analyst on wildfire matters, evaluating, updating, implementing, and enforcing wildfire safety regulations and guidelines. The incumbent will conduct policy and complex technical research and analysis of regulatory and mandated issues pertaining to wildfire safety and de-energization.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsNote: This advertisement is listed specifically for the Los Angeles location only.San Francisco location, please apply to JC# 434025Sacramento location, please apply to JC# 434033Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.This position requires travel.Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst III (JC-422903) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Safety and Enforcement Expires: 06/22/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to these classifications, please click PURA III or PURA II to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under general direction of the Senior Utilities Engineer (Supervisor), incumbent serves in a staff and sometimes lead capacity responsible for evaluating, updating, implementing, and enforcing the operation, maintenance, performance, and safety standards of electric generation and storage, electric transmission and distribution infrastructure, and communication infrastructure. On occasion incumbent is responsive to Program and Project Supervisor for Special Projects. Incumbent conducts policy and complex research and analysis of power generating and storage, electric, and communication facilities in California.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for San Francisco (SF, SAC) location.  All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.Sacramento location, please apply to JC# 423030 Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.This position requires travel. Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Community and Economic Development Director at Pasco County BOCC

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: Pasco County BOCC Expires: 11/29/2024 JOIN OUR TEAM AS A COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR - THE CITY OF DADE CITY!Job Title:  Community & Economic Development Director - The City of Dade CityClosing Date/Time:  ContinuousSalary:  $70,688.32 - $106,032.48 AnnuallyJob Type:  Full TimeLocation:  Dade City, FloridaDepartment:  City of Dade CityGeneral Description: The Community & Economic Development Director role involves responsible professional, technical, administrative and supervisory position involving the respective areas of planning, zoning, community development, and building division functions. This position requires the coordination of assigned revitalization activities with other departments, and provides highly responsible professional and technical staff assistance to the City Manager. Under broad policy guidance and direction from the City Manager, the Director balances the interests of private developers with those of the general public and the City’s goals to encourage innovative and cohesive development.Essential Job Functions: The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment for this classification. Other duties may be required and assigned.Plans, coordinates and provides overall direction for the various functions of the Community and Economic Development department including developing and implementing strategic planning for the department.Plans, coordinates and directs the implementation of all City adopted policies, plans and land development regulations with City staff, stakeholder groups, and elected and appointed officials.Makes recommendations on the establishment, abolition, changes, and consolidation of ordinances, rules, and regulations.Makes recommendations for proposed zoning and land use changes, conditional uses, special exceptions, transfers of development rights, unity of title, certified parcels, etc.Develops, organizes and facilitates on-going comprehensive planning processes and procedures for redevelopment initiatives, current planning and long-range needs; ensures implementation and enforcement of planning and zoning ordinances; identifies alternatives for converting policy ideas into action plans affecting city developments, expansion, transportation and related programs.Coordinates and monitors all economic development and redevelopment programs with contractors, property owners, the City, and other interested groups; solicits potential economic and community developers to Dade City; generates and nurtures professional working relationships with private developers, realtors, business leaders, banking and financial leaders, professional economic development, planning, redevelopment, and trade associations, state and local government leaders, economic development professionals and other community leaders.Performs and oversees staff functions, including reports and oral presentations related to administration, City Commission, and advisory boards’ business. Makes all necessary reports to city departments and other government agencies as well as to the public.Works with community and advisory boards to provide leadership, technical insight, and recommendations related to department and city functions.Conducts public meetings and hearings as needed to solicit public response, provides explanation of policy and project options; educates the public through media, reports, public meetings and presentations.Oversees supervision of personnel; approves all hiring, promotions, disciplinary actions, and terminations. Establishes and evaluates performance work standards, to include safety policies and procedures; helps resolve difficult personnel problems.Prepares and manages annual budget and monitors expenditures.Researches, writes, and administers various State and Federal grants.Tasks require the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling objects and materials of light weight 25 lbs.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of government organizations and applicable law, theory and applications; local government structure and operation, including budgetary procedures.Knowledge of land development codes, comprehensive plans, permitting laws, zoning, subdivision, and land development regulations.Knowledge of principles and practices of public administration, including budgeting, purchasing and the maintenance of public records.Considerable knowledge of research methodology and statistics, modern management practices; financial management, banking and real estate practices.Knowledge of community & economic development projects, policies and procedures; thorough knowledge of grant writing and research; thorough knowledge of budget development.Knowledge of redevelopment laws and processes; local government revenue sources and alternative forms of revenue generation, including tax increment financing, special improvement districts, and municipal funding options.Skill in the translation of technical data, financial documents and accounting records into an easily understood format.Skill in public relations; making presentations, writing reports and other communication practices.Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with citizens, business owners, developers, financiers and other government agencies.Ability to direct, motivate, develop, and evaluate subordinates; ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the public.Minimum Requirements:PHYSICAL SKILLS/WORKING CONDITIONS:  Ability to communicate effectively using verbal, written and visual communication. Ability to operate a computer and to use a keyboard to enter data. Tasks require the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling objects and materials of light weight 25 lbs. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Graduation from an accredited college or university with an Master's Degree in Urban & Regional Planning, Public Administration, Economics, or related field and eight (8) years of related experience OR a Bachelor's Degree and ten (10) years of related experience. Five (5) years of supervisory experience required. LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS OR REGISTRATIONS:  Must possess a valid Florida driver's license. ADA STATEMENT:  A qualified employee or applicant with a disability may be afforded a reasonable accommodation to perform the essential job functions of a position in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE: The City of Dade City is a drug-free workplace in accordance with Federal and Florida Law.EMERGENCY RESPONSE/RECOVERY ACTIVITIES:  All employees will be required to work before, during, or after an emergency. During an emergency, employees may temporarily be assigned to work and perform duties outside the normal scope of their position, location and work schedule to fit the needs of the County and its citizens.

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst IV (JC-433875) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Communications Expires: 06/05/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to this classification, please Click here to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under the general direction of a Program and Project Supervisor of the Communications Division in the Broadband, Video, and Market Branch, the position will lead efforts to understand the extent to which certain portions of California's residents do not have access to broadband service. The position will work with a team to conduct the CPUC's annual broadband data collection by issuing data requests to Internet service providers in the state. The PURA IV will ensure the data collection is complete and work with a contractor to review, analyze, and visualize the data on the California Interactive Broadband Map. The PURA IV will also manage the contract and lead meetings and work related to broadband mapping and data collection. The PURA IV will assist in responding to public inquiries on the Map, mapping work, and our data collection process. The PURA IV will also assist in analyzing proposed legislation and responding to any legislative inquiries.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for Los Angeles (LA, SF, SAC) location.  All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.Sacramento location, please apply to JC# 433871 San Francisco location, please apply to JC# 433849Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.Will accept Training and Develpoment assignment. This position requires travel.Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst IV (JC-433871) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Communications Expires: 06/05/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to this classification, please Click here to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under the general direction of a Program and Project Supervisor of the Communications Division in the Broadband, Video, and Market Branch, the position will lead efforts to understand the extent to which certain portions of California's residents do not have access to broadband service. The position will work with a team to conduct the CPUC's annual broadband data collection by issuing data requests to Internet service providers in the state. The PURA IV will ensure the data collection is complete and work with a contractor to review, analyze, and visualize the data on the California Interactive Broadband Map. The PURA IV will also manage the contract and lead meetings and work related to broadband mapping and data collection. The PURA IV will assist in responding to public inquiries on the Map, mapping work, and our data collection process. The PURA IV will also assist in analyzing proposed legislation and responding to any legislative inquiries.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for Sacramento (LA, SF, SAC) location.  All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.Los Angeles location, please apply to JC# 433875San Francisco location, please apply to JC# 433849Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.Will accept Training and Develpoment assignment. This position requires travel.Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst IV (JC-433849) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Communications Expires: 06/05/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to this classification, please Click here to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under the general direction of a Program and Project Supervisor of the Communications Division in the Broadband, Video, and Market Branch, the position will lead efforts to understand the extent to which certain portions of California's residents do not have access to broadband service. The position will work with a team to conduct the CPUC's annual broadband data collection by issuing data requests to Internet service providers in the state. The PURA IV will ensure the data collection is complete and work with a contractor to review, analyze, and visualize the data on the California Interactive Broadband Map. The PURA IV will also manage the contract and lead meetings and work related to broadband mapping and data collection. The PURA IV will assist in responding to public inquiries on the Map, mapping work, and our data collection process. The PURA IV will also assist in analyzing proposed legislation and responding to any legislative inquiries.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for San Francisco (LA, SF, SAC) location.  All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.Los Angeles location, please apply to JC# 433875Sacramento location, please apply to JC# 433871Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.Will accept Training and Develpoment assignment. This position requires travel.Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst III (JC-423030) at California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)

Friday, May 24, 2024
Employer: California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) - Safety and Enforcement Expires: 06/22/2024 Individuals interested in applying for this vacancy must have eligibility.  If you are new to state service or need to gain eligibility to these classifications, please click PURA III or PURA II to open the examination bulletin and follow the instructions on “How to apply”.   The examination is a separate process from applying for this vacancy.  Please be sure to follow all instructions for each process.Virtual interviews via web portals or phone may be offered as deemed appropriate and feasible by the hiring manager – standard in-person interviews will still be offered if conditions permit. Under general direction of the Senior Utilities Engineer (Supervisor), incumbent serves in a staff and sometimes lead capacity responsible for evaluating, updating, implementing, and enforcing the operation, maintenance, performance, and safety standards of electric generation and storage, electric transmission and distribution infrastructure, and communication infrastructure. On occasion incumbent is responsive to Program and Project Supervisor for Special Projects. Incumbent conducts policy and complex research and analysis of power generating and storage, electric, and communication facilities in California.CLICK HERE to share with the California Public Utilities Commission how you first learned about this position, this will assist us in our recruitment efforts.You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.Working ConditionsThis advertisement is listed specifically for Sacramento (SF, SAC) location.  All identified locations will be considered as one candidate pool to fill one position.San Francisco location, please apply to JC# 422903Apply to only those location(s) in which you are willing to work.This position requires travel. Positions at the CPUC may be eligible for telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California, and subject to meeting the telework eligibility criteria. Telework Policy CalHR

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