Meet the Community Coach

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Jamie Cavey Lang

Director, Assessment & Analytics
(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.

  • Activist
  • Affirmative Action Officer
  • Arbitrator
  • Archivist
  • Campaign Manager
  • Community Organizer
  • Corrections Officer
  • Criminologist
  • Customs Officer
  • Demographics Analyst
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Historian
  • Intelligence Agent
  • International Development Coordinator
  • Interpreter
  • Lawyer
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legislative Aide
  • Legislator
  • Linguist
  • Nonprofit Manager
  • Policy Analyst
  • Political Correspondent
  • Pollster
  • Program Evaluator
  • Public Administrator
  • Public Affairs Coordinator
  • Research Associate
  • Trade Specialist
  • Translator

To research various UI majors, minors and certificates, visit Find Your Program

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

Vault for UI Students -Click on "Guides" to view:

Vault's Nonprofit Career Guide

Vault's Legal Practice Area Guide

Vault -Click "Guides," then "Other Industries" to view:

Vault's Politics, Public Policy & Activism 

Vault's Public Safety Guide

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

Employment Attorney

Environmental Program Manager

Nonprofit Director

Handshake Postings for Law & Public Service

Social Worker II at Texas Department of State Health Services

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Texas Department of State Health Services Expires: 05/14/2022 Job Description:Under the supervision of the Specialized Health and Social Services (SHSS) program supervisor, performs complex and comprehensive public health social work and case management (CM) services for children with special health care needs and their families, high-risk pregnant women, and the general public. Basic CM duties for all program areas include: conducting home visits and visits to other community settings as appropriate to comprehensively assess client and family’s unmet social needs; completing intake, Family Needs Assessment (FNA), individualized service plan, and other relevant assessment forms; collaborating with medical providers, community partners, and other state agencies to address needs; monitoring and following up on cases to confirm progress; and maintaining current and accurate documentation of all contacts/case activities in case files and appropriate database systems according to program policies and applicable state and federal laws. Additional duties include: conducting presentations and attending community events to educate the public about available CM services; providing training, consultation, and technical assistance to program contractors and providers; and completing program reports and projects as assigned. May supervise interns, train peers, and participate in quality assurance reviews. Works under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Performs other duties as assigned. Member of the Incident Command Structure (ICS) in response to public health emergencies. Must comply with HHS, DSHS, and Texas Department of Public Safety applicable policies/procedures/standards.  Essential Job Functions:In addition to performing basic CM duties, performs the following program area-specific CM duties:Children and Pregnant Women: assists clients and families with accessing necessary resources and community services and supports (i.e. Medicaid benefits and waiver programs, Women Infants and Children [WIC], Early Childhood Intervention [ECI], special education services, Supplemental Security Income [SSI] benefits, medical transportation, housing assistance, mental health services, medical and dental care, transitional services for children aging out of pediatric care); attends Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) meetings to address unmet educational needs. (20%)Personal Care Services (PCS) and Community First Choice (CFC): conducts functional needs assessments for the PCS and CFC programs; educates clients regarding benefits and limitations of PCS and CFC; completes the Personal Care Assessment Form (PCAF) and CFC addendum. (20%)Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program (CSHCN-SP): assists eligible clients and families with locating or recruiting CSHCN-SP providers; locates alternate healthcare resources for waitlisted CSHCN-SP clients and families; facilitates completion of CSHCN-SP and/or emergency Medicaid applications to secure benefits. (20%)Birth Defects Epidemiology and Surveillance pilot project: completes BDES evaluation form with clients and families; enters data into appropriate database within designated timeframes. (10%)Newborn Screening: educates clients regarding abnormal newborn screening results to facilitate understanding and appropriate medical intervention. (5%)Other case management duties as assigned. (5%)Conducts presentations and attends community events to educate the public about available services. Provides training, consultation, and technical assistance to program contractors and providers. Actively participates in community organization functions and collaborates with other community entities to improve the health and well-being of the community. Represents DSHS at Community Resources Coordination Group (CRCG), coalitions, or other relevant community meetings to address community service needs. Serves as regional expert on Medicaid services for children and high-risk pregnant women. May supervise interns, train peers, and participate in quality assurance reviews. (10%)Performs other duties as assigned. Attends trainings relevant to licensure requirement and continued development of professional social work knowledge and skills. Participates in the performance evaluation process. Duties include, but are not limited to, being required to work other than normal business hours in order to respond to public health emergencies and actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency’s obligations for disaster response/recovery/Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation--requires completion of at least ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800 and may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location. Maintain compliance with DSHS Policy, Fleet Operations and Management & Procedures and Standards, and a current valid Texas Driver's License. Compliance with DSHS Immunization Policy required: serologic evidence of immunity to, or documented evidence of vaccination against measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox), Tdap, and annual vaccination against influenza (and hepatitis B if applicable). Participates in regional assignments/duties/special initiatives. (10%)  Knowledge Skills Abilities:Knowledge of: social work and case management principles and best practices; children’s programs such as Medicaid, CSHCN, CPW, CPS/Foster Care, SSI, NBS, NBHS, Lead, Early Childhood Intervention (ECI), and CHIP; quality assurance and technical assistance policies and procedures; community resources on a local, state and national level; cultural and socioeconomic issues related to health and disabilities.Skill in: use of electronic mail, internet, databases, and Microsoft Office products; conducting telephonic and in-home intake and family needs assessments; developing service plans; conflict resolution, mediation, and problem solving; planning, prioritizing, and organizing workload; providing training and technical assistance to professionals; effective decision making.Ability to: communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; thoroughly assess, analyze, summarize, and evaluate clients’ complex educational, biological, psychological, and social needs; establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff in an interdisciplinary setting; interpret and apply program policies and procedures; submit timely work activity, travel, and time reports; maintain confidentiality; plan and manage multiple workloads and assignments to meet deadlines; follow DSHS and HHS Policies and Procedures; adhere to HHS Work Rules and the National Association of Social Workers Code of Ethics; provide own transportation to perform work duties.  Registration or Licensure Requirements:(1) Current, unrestricted social work license issued by the Texas State Board of Social Worker Examiners(2) Valid Class C Texas Driver's License  Initial Selection Criteria:(1) Ability to meet minimum required percent of travel(2) Experience providing medical social services to children, adults, and/or families with special health care needs (preferred)  Additional Information:Requisition Number 502592In order to be considered for an interview, applications must clearly reflect that the candidate possesses the appropriate licensure and meets all initial selection criteria. Applications should include both formal employment history and informal work experience such as social work field placements, internships, volunteer work, or any other experience relevant to the position.Please note that salary offers generally do not exceed the mid-range for this position.Selection and ongoing employment is contingent upon adherence to DSHS Immunization Policy.This position requires travel within all 49 counties covered by PHR 2/3. Employee must provide transportation for home visits, field office visits, and attendance at community meetings. Safe operation of either a state owned vehicle or personal vehicle is required to conduct state business and an acceptable driving record must be maintained in accordance with Fleet Operations and Management & Procedures and Standards.This position may require working hours other than 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m, Monday through Friday to respond to regional public health emergencies such as disease outbreaks, biological, environmental, and weather emergencies. This may include (but is not limited to): prevention, surveillance, and control and may involve on-call 24-hour work for emergency situations.Note: Military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position may include, but not limited to: 68X, 67D, 73A, HM, 230X, 0149, 42SX. All active duty military, reservists, guardsmen, and veterans are encouraged to apply if qualified to fill this position. For more information see the Texas State Auditor’s Military Crosswalk at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspx.  MOS Code:68X, 73A, HM, 230X, 0149, 42SX, 4C0X1  HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.

Marketing & Graphic Design Intern at City of Waukee

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: City of Waukee Expires: 02/08/2022 The Marketing & Graphic Design Intern will assist in the promotion of the City of Waukee and its departments, events and programs, through the use of photography, videography, social media, the City website, print materials and more. Standard working hours will average 16-24 hours per week Monday - Friday and some evening and weekend hours as needed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:      (Order of Essential Functions does not indicate importance of functions.)Learns and explores all aspects of the Marketing & Communications Department including: internal and external communications with residents and the media, and promoting the City's brand.Creates photo and video content.Updates the City of Waukee website regularly.Assists with social media and content creation.Creates visual concepts and develops the overall layout and production design for a wide variety of City of Waukee materials within a deadline. Including content for a range of media and formats: print collateral and publications, signage, website, emails, social media graphics and other projects as assigned.Works collaboratively with other members of the Marketing & Communications team and other City departments to produce engaging, quality designs and content.Performs other duties or assumes other responsibilities as apparent or assigned.SUCCESS FACTORS:Acknowledge and accept the City's mission, respect the City's confidentiality regulations and maintain the integrity of the City of Waukee.Actively support all efforts to increase cooperation, communication, and collaboration between and among departments, staff members and the community.Seek to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of all Marketing & Communications Department operations with positive and creative approaches to challenges.Demonstrate sound time-management skills by effectively and efficiently organizing, prioritizing, and completing multiple assignments in a timely manner.Represent the City professionally and effectively to the community.Create and participate in a team environment.Display willingness to listen and learn.Show initiative to seek other work upon completion of a task.Understand and internalize the importance of seeking resolution to problems and concerns by bringing them to the direct attention of the supervisor in a timely manner.Attentive to the City's standards for customer service, accuracy, quality, efficiency and all City policies and procedures ensuring that all work meets these standards.QUALIFICATIONS:Undergraduate student having completed at least two years of study or graduate student, majoring in marketing, communications, graphic design or related field.Previous work, internship or classwork experience in marketing or graphic design.Knowledge of photography and videography.Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro).Experience in basic website maintenance and editingUnderstanding of social media best practices. Strong in execution of design concepts and production, including typography, image selection and layouts.Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite, e.g. PowerPoint and Word.Well-organized, detail-oriented and capable of meeting tight deadlines, while also demonstrating strengths in creativity.May be asked to provide a link to digital samples or show portfolio as part of the application process.Must possess a valid Iowa Driver's License and meet the requirements of the City's motor vehicle policy.PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:Able to function productively in a standard office environment accessing cabinets, shelving, work areas and office equipment.Able to sit for long periods of time and to maintain focus on projects such as computer screens or detailed paperwork.Able and willing to carry camera gear while walking varying distances in various types of weather.Able to effectively communicate orally (in person and over the telephone) and in writing (using electronic devices and handwritten) in English with other employees and the community. WORKING CONDITIONS:Climate-controlled office with hazards typical of that environment, minimal outdoor work is required.Position requires travel within and outside of the City which imposes common travel hazards.Standard work hours will be flexible based on the needs of the department and the employee's availability, but will be Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with occasional hours including weekends and evenings as required. Minimum amount of hours will be 16 per week.To successfully fulfill the essential functions of this position, employee must maintain standard work hours within Waukee City Hall building. However, partial remote work may be considered.There is no residency requirement for this position.

Social Worker - Child Protection at Kandiyohi County

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Kandiyohi County Expires: 01/29/2022 Provide supportive casework services to families to help them improve their overall functioning. Duties include: completing assessments (family assessments) and investigations, being part of the intake rotation, screening child protection reports, providing supportive casework services to families to help the family improve their overall functioning , complete case plans, testify at court and write court reports, work with numerous agencies to meet families needs.Duties of the job include:Completing assessments (family assessments) and investigations, this includes interviewing children, parents and collateralsBeing part of the intake rotationScreening child protection reportsProviding supportive casework services to families to help the family improve their overall functioningComplete case plansTestify at court and write court reportsWork with numerous agencies to meet families needsts, work with numerous agencies to meet families needs.

PTS Rec. Leader II/III, Arts and Events at City of Santa Clarita

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: City of Santa Clarita Expires: 03/04/2022 Description/Duties & ResponsibilitiesThe City of Santa Clarita has multiple part-time/seasonal (PTS) positions available in the Arts and Events Division. Under the leadership of full-time City event planners, this position will assist in the production of various community and regional events through the year.Hours for these positions will vary throughout the year, with some weeks being 15 or more hours and some weeks where there are no events, and therefore, no hours. The successful candidates must have flexibility to work a variety of hours/days, including weekdays (particularly Thursdays), weekends, evenings, and occasional holidays.Recreation Leader II:$16.60 - $17.62 per hourDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:• Assists in setting up and tearing down equipment for a variety of different events including the Cowboy Festival, Santa Clarita Marathon, 4th of July Fireworks, monthly Senses block parties, Concerts in the Park and many others• Provides information to event attendees and works event booths• Assists in maintenance of event grounds• Stocks warehouse with event supplies and equipment• May provide technical assistance for stage lighting and sound for various events, as needed• Other duties as assignedRecreation Leader III:$18.51 - $19.63 per hourDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:• Assists in setting up and tearing down equipment for a variety of different events including the Cowboy Festival, Santa Clarita Marathon, 4th of July Fireworks, monthly Senses block parties, Concerts in the Park and many others• Provides information to event attendees and works event booths• Assists in maintenance of event grounds• Stocks warehouse with event supplies and equipment• Provide technical assistance for stage lighting and sound for various events• Assist in Ground breakings, ribbon cuttings, and dedications• Assists and directs staff during the production of events• Other duties as assignedEducation and ExperienceRecreation Leader II:• High School graduate or GED equivalent• Possession of a valid California Class C Driver’s license required• One year of paid or volunteer experience in event organization or other related experience• Prior event production and lighting/sound equipment experience is highly desirableRecreation Leader III:• High School graduate or GED equivalent• Possession of a valid California Class C Driver’s license required• Two years of paid or volunteer experience in event organization or other related experience• Prior event production and lighting/sound equipment experience is highly desirableKnowledge and AbilitiesKNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES FOR BOTH POSITIONS:• Positive, team-oriented, self-motivated, and enthusiastic• Ability to communicate effectively and positively, both orally and in writing• Strong team player and the ability to work both independently and as part of a workgroup• Ability to maintain professionalism and exhibit good judgement in difficult situations• Strong work ethic, proactive, and the ability to learn quickly• Creative problem-solving skills• Ability to organize and prioritize a variety of tasks in an effective and timely manner• Ability to follow proper safety protocol and pay strict attention to safety at all times• Ability to lift, drag, and push files and equipment weighting 50 pounds or more• Flexibility to work a variety of days/hoursAdditional InformationAPPLICATION PROCESS:An online completed City application form is required to apply for this position. All employment information must be provided on the application. Providing a resume is not a substitute for completing this section of the application. Applications left incomplete or with a reference to attachments may be rejected.All offers of employment with the City of Santa Clarita are made contingent upon receipt of proof of legal right to work in the United States and successful completion of a post-offer pre-employment physical which may include a drug screen and Physical Abilities Test, negative TB test on file, and Department of Justice fingerprinting. Criminal offender information will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. The City uses the E-Verify program to electronically confirm work authorization of newly hired employees.As a City of Santa Clarita public employee, you may be called upon to work as a Disaster Service Worker (DSW) in the event of an emergency (in accordance with Government Code §§ 3100-3109). Before entering upon the duties of employment, all public employees, except those excluded by law, take and subscribe to an oath or affirmation set forth in the California Constitution, declaring them to be Disaster Service Workers in time of need.In compliance with the California law, positions working with children are required to be mandated child abuse reporters. A mandated reporter is an individual who is obligated by law to report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.In addition, part-time, temporary, and seasonal (PTS) employees may be required to participate in the DMV Employer Pull-Notice Program. This program authorizes the City to receive a driver record report upon enrollment and during employment.PTS workers are at-will. Generally, PTS employees are limited to no more than 999 hours.The City of Santa Clarita is an Equal Opportunity EmployerAPPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until Filled

Risk Management and Compliance Coordinator at Franklin County PA

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/01/2022 FRANKLIN COUNTY RISK MANAGEMENT Has an immediate opening for: Risk Management and Compliance Coordinator Full TimeStarting Rate: $20.81 The risk management coordinator provides assistance with risk management and regulation compliance processes for Franklin County Government. This position works collaboratively in all areas of risk management and regulation compliance but is a main support for the risk management and compliance policies/processes development function for Franklin County Government. Requirements include: Associates Degree in Risk Management or related field plus some computer and clerical training. Bachelor’s degree in Risk Management or Business Management preferred. Three (3) years working experience in Risk Management, insurance, safety, regulation of compliance or any combination of acceptable training or experience.  Certified insurance counselor, certified insurance service representative or advanced safety certification preferred.                                                       Applications may be obtained at FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201, or online at www.franklincountypa.gov. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department before 4:30 pm on 02/01/2022. EOE

PTS Inclusion Aide III, Preschool Programs at City of Santa Clarita

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: City of Santa Clarita Expires: 03/04/2022 Description/Duties & ResponsibilitiesInclusion Aide III $18.51 - $19.63 per hourUnder the leadership of the Recreation Coordinator, this position supports participants with disabilities and/or special needs so they are able to participate in the City’s Primetime Preschool program and summer preschool day camp programs serving children ages 3-5. This position works with different staff at a variety of sites in a team environment.This position may work up to 25 hours per week, Monday – Friday from approximately 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:• Works directly with the Recreation Supervisor, Coordinator, and/or host program staff to facilitate a positive recreation experience and promote socialization among individuals with disabilities, other participants, and staff• Participate fully in all activities along with participant with special needs• Assist in the preparation of materials needed by the inclusion participants• Make adaptations to activities and crafts in order to ensure the participant’s inclusion• Monitor and maintain the safety of all participants• Monitor behavior of participants receiving services• Enforce rules in a clear and positive manner• Communicate with Inclusion Coordinator and parents regarding participant concerns, issues, and needs• Evaluates procedures and makes recommendations• Communicate with staff regarding participant needs• Maintain a variety of records, files, and information in a confidential manner• Follow participant’s plan and make written observations when necessary• Assist program staff in preparing and planning activities if appropriate• Attend meetings and training sessions• Adhere to Los Angeles Department of Public Health guidelines set forth• Other duties, as directed by Recreation Supervisor, Coordinator, and/or host program staffEducation and Experience• High school diploma or GED equivalent• At least two-years of paid experience working with children and individuals with various disabilities/special needs• Leadership experience is highly desirable• Completion of college courses pertaining to education, recreation, and/or special education is highly desirable• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class C California driver’s license is required• Possession of, or ability to obtain, Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid within one month of hireKnowledge and Abilities• Knowledge about a variety of disabilities and the needs of those populations• Ability to demonstrate understanding, patience, and receptive attitude toward individuals of special needs, and disabilities• Ability to demonstrate initiative and interest in learning• Ability to act as a role model by displaying positive and courteous behaviors that children will admire and want to emulate• Ability to maintain awareness of participants needs• Ability to communicate effectively, tactfully, and positively, both orally and in writing• Strong team player and the ability to work both independently and as part of a work group• Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships• Ability to make sound decisions within established guidelines and be a creative problem solver• Ability to observe safety principles and work in a safe manner• Strong work ethic, proactive, and the ability to learn quickly• Ability to organize and prioritize a variety of tasks in an effective and timely manner, for self and others• Ability to work outdoors in various weather conditions, including inclement weather• Ability to work flexible hours, including occasional nights or weekends• Ability to transfer, position, or lift participants at a minimum of 40 pounds or moreAdditional InformationAPPLICATION PROCESSAn online completed City application form is required to apply for this position. All employment information must be provided on the application. Providing a resume is not a substitute for completing this section of the application. Applications left incomplete or with a reference to attachments may be rejected.All offers of employment with the City of Santa Clarita are made contingent upon receipt of proof of legal right to work in the United States and successful completion of a post-offer pre-employment physical which may include a drug screen and Physical Abilities Test, negative TB test on file, and Department of Justice fingerprinting. Criminal offender information will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. The City uses the E-Verify program to electronically confirm work authorization of newly hired employees.As a City of Santa Clarita public employee, you may be called upon to work as a Disaster Service Worker (DSW) in the event of an emergency (in accordance with Government Code §§ 3100-3109). Before entering upon the duties of employment, all public employees, except those excluded by law, take and subscribe to an oath or affirmation set forth in the California Constitution, declaring them to be Disaster Service Workers in time of need.In compliance with the California law, positions working with children are required to be mandated child abuse reporters. A mandated reporter is an individual who is obligated by law to report suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.In addition, part-time, temporary, and seasonal (PTS) employees may be required to participate in the DMV Employer Pull-Notice Program. This program authorizes the City to receive a driver record report upon enrollment and during employment.PTS workers are at-will. Generally, PTS employees are limited to no more than 999 hours.APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until FilledThe City of Santa Clarita is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Security Guard $15.75-FULL TIME at Allied Universal

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Allied Universal Expires: 01/28/2022 Allied Universal has security jobs and are seeking to fill the position of Security Officer. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, 401K, sick pay (in states where required), employee assistance programs, company discounts, perks and more! We also offer part-time and flexible schedules! As a Security Officer for Allied Universal you will be responsible for the security and safety of our client’s property and personnel. As the Allied Universal Security Officer, you will know all site-specific policies and procedures, and implement emergency response activities as appropriate, while providing superior customer service. Full Time Positions starting at $15.75! --- Defiance Ohio Work for the global leader in the security industry! Make a difference in your community!   Medical, dental, 401K benefits after 60 days  QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:Be at least 18 years of age Possess a high school diploma or equivalentPossess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective mannerLicensing requirements are subject to state and/or local laws and regulations and may be required prior to employment.As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a drug screen in accordance with all federal, state, and local lawsDriving Positions: must possess a valid Driver’s License with at least one year of driving experience, a clean driving record (no major violations within last 36 months, no more than 1 accident in last 24 months, no more than one minor moving violation in last 24 months), a minimum level of insurance as required by Company policy, and the ability to safely operate a vehicle required.Display exceptional customer service and communication skillsHave intermediate computer skills to operate innovative, wireless technology at client specific sitesAbility to handle crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficientlyAble to:Work in various environments such as cold weather, rain/snow or heatOccasionally lift or carry up to 40 poundsClimb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shiftStand or walk on various surfaces for long periods of timeAllied Universal® provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to people and businesses within our local communities, and is North America’s leading security services provider. Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: www.AUS.com. We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.

Auditor at Franklin County PA

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Franklin County PA Expires: 02/08/2022 FRANKLIN COUNTY CONTOLLER’S OFFICE Has an opening for: Auditor Full Time Starting Rate: $21.77 To conduct audits of County offices and departments, and to make recommendations to protect assets and optimize efficiency by ensuring compliance with internal control procedures, accounting standards, and various regulations. Acts as liaison between County Controller's office and external auditors.  Requirements include: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, finance, business administration preferred. 1-2 years working experience, in government, finance or accounting background. OR, any equivalent combination of experience/training. CPA or CIA certification preferred.Applications may be obtained at: FRANKLIN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 272 North Second Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201 or online at www.franklincountypa.gov. Applications must be returned to the Human Resources Department by 4:30 p.m. on 02/08/2022. EOE

CSHCN Services Program Eligibility Specialist at Texas Department of State Health Services

Friday, January 14, 2022
Employer: Texas Department of State Health Services Expires: 03/09/2022 Job Description:Administrative Asst IIUnder the supervision of the Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program Supervisor, provides routine and advanced administrative support necessary to carry out daily program operations for the Children with Special Health Care Needs Services Program (CSHCN-SP) area and greater Specialized Health and Social Services (SHSS) program as needed. Provides information and referral for incoming calls and visitors. Processes eligibility applications for the CSHCN-SP, which includes: reviewing applications for accuracy, interviewing clients, collecting program required verification, and documenting case information in assigned databases. Coordinates successful case disposition and effective client services by referring clients to DSHS medical case managers as needed. Performs duties to support case management efforts of the region, including: entering and retrieving client information into/from assigned databases; and transferring and processing case management files according to the specific records retention policy for each case type. Performs duties under moderate supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. May train or mentor others. Performs other duties as assigned by Program Manager or regional leadership  Essential Job Functions:(45%) Provides administrative and technical support services for the Children with Special Healthcare Needs Services Program (CSHCN-SP), Personal Care Services (PCS), Community First Choice (CFC), and other SHSS programs. Answers and routes telephone calls, takes messages, and greets and directs visitors to the appropriate staff. Prepares, reviews and maintains program reports and documents utilizing standard office equipment and software. Maintains filing systems in compliance with applicable state and federal statutes. Processes and disseminates program and regional correspondence. Participates in the organization, coordination, and tracking of a wide variety of regional program processes and events. May train or mentor others.(45%) Processes eligibility applications for the CSHCN-SP program. Interviews consumers to determine eligibility for services. Provides eligibility information to internal and external customers. Inputs information and scans eligibility applications and associated documents into the appropriate database systems. Documents case activity in compliance with applicable state and federal statutes. Processes and disseminates related correspondence and documents.(10%) Performs other duties as assigned. Completes routinely scheduled rotations at the regional headquarters reception area and switchboard. Actively participates and/or serves in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location. This position periodically includes travel. The employee must possess a current valid Class C Texas driver's license. Safe operation of either a state-owned vehicle or personal vehicle is required to conduct state business and an acceptable driving record must be maintained in accordance with DSHS Policy OS-3901, Fleet Operations and Management & Procedures and standards developed by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Compliance with DSHS Immunization Policy required: serologic evidence of immunity to, or documented evidence of vaccination against, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox), Tdap, annual vaccination against influenza (and hepatitis B if applicable).Knowledge Skills Abilities:Knowledge of: CSHCN-SP program policy, requirements, and procedures; Medicaid programs and the client eligibility process; related children's health programs such as CHIP, CSHCN-SP, SSI; healthcare delivery systems in Texas; Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); agency policies and procedures; best practices pertaining to office etiquette and administrative procedures.Skilled at: planning, prioritizing, and organizing workload; developing, compiling, and analyzing reports; problem resolution and effective decision-making; use of software applications, including Microsoft office products.Ability to: communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; interpret and apply program policies, procedures, and regulations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external customers; work in teams and take direction from others; manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines; adhere to DSHS and HHS policies and procedures; function independently and with great initiative in the performance of professional duties.Registration or Licensure Requirements:Valid Class C Driver’s License  Initial Selection Criteria:2 years’ experience delivering customer service to a diverse population.Experience with eligibility and healthcare delivery systems in Texas.Proficient in use of Microsoft office products.Additional Information:MOS Code:42A, YN, 0111, 3A1X1  HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.I-9 Form - Click here to download the I-9 form.In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.

Events

Partnership for Public Service: Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program

Tuesday, January 18, 2022 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Virtual
Come learn about PAID internships at the Department of Transportation and Department of Commerce for undergraduate and graduate students. Apply today: https://ourpublicservice.org/applications/future-leadership-in-public-se...

Hawkeye Experience Grant Information Session

Wednesday, February 2, 2022 2:30pm to 3:00pm
Virtual
The Hawkeye Experience Grant awards stipends in variable amounts for undergraduate students at the University of Iowa who are involved in applied learning experiences outside of the classroom. To learn more, attend the live virtual information session on February 2 at 2:30pm - https://uiowa.zoom.us/j/98388767423 Website - https://careers.uiowa.edu/hawkeye-experience-grant

All Majors Career Fair

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
This job & internship fair will focus on recruiting students typically in ALL MAJORS! Typically around 100+ employers attend and 1000+ students attend! Visit: https://careers.uiowa.edu/all-majors-career-fair for more details!
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2022 Black in Business Series Networking Dinner

Saturday, February 26, 2022 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Iowa Memorial Union (IMU)
The Center for Diversity & Enrichment and the Tippie College of Business present our 6th annual signature event -- the Black in Business Series Networking Dinner!  Come engage with  invited professionals, UI faculty, and students interested in business, entrepreneurship, the arts, education, engineering and non-profit work who are looking to connect with leaders in those fields. Open to all majors. The Networking Dinner was created to focus on the cultivation of our next leaders, supporting...

Virtual K-12 Educator Job Fair

Wednesday, March 23, 2022 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Virtual
The Virtual Educator Job Fair will allow students in the College of Education to network and meet with school districts.  Visit https://careers.uiowa.edu/educator-fair for more details!
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Hawkeye Spotlight

Caleb Smith smiles

Learning to lead

Caleb Smith says the University of Iowa showed him that he can make a difference in the world—and he intends to do just that as he works towards his dream of becomeing a U.S. Senator.
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Iowa, Yemen, and an Oscar nod

Scheuerman, a 1988 University of Iowa graduate, retired from his longtime career in information technology in 2018 and co-produced Hunger Ward, a documentary about the humanitarian disaster and famine caused by the brutal six-year civil war in Yemen. The film is one of five nominated for Best Documentary Short Subject at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony
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A warrior for the vulnerable

Kayla Boyd strives to defend the disadvantaged. The University of Iowa College of Law student has seized opportunities to show she is prepared to be a powerful advocate.