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Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at
Mon Apr 14 12:49:00 MDT 2003

State of Utah


Environmental Practices Specialist- (Step range 41-56), $13.79-$20.72
hourly, Division of Plant Industry, Salt Lake City Office. Full-time,
merit position with benefits. Assists in developing programs and
projects designed to promote environmentally responsible agricultural
and land use practices; researches and presents technical data relative
to environmental assessment of agricultural practices on soils,
watersheds, ground water, surface water, and ecological systems;
participates in multi-agency task forces representing department's
interests and resources in those programs or projects that include
multiple interests or funding sources and require multi-agency
coordination; provide technical expertise and geological knowledge of
resources to the agricultural community, land users, and to agency staff
in matter of program content or areas of environmental science; acts as
lead worker and coordinator on selected programs or projects;
documentation, reports, and administrative accountability; assists in
developing educational and promotional materials; provides data for
Geographic Information System (GIS) for programs. Disseminates
EPA-developed educational materials to agricultural chemical dealers,
county extension agents, and others. Assists in the identification and
confirmation of pesticides harmful to endangered species habitats and
assists in investigating alternates or restriction to achieve species
protection. Other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS: Laws, rules, and
regulations of environmental and agricultural science; principles,
theories and practices of safety and risk management. Research, data
collection and field sampling. Ability to communicate information and
ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand
information presented in writing. Compose and produce reports, using a
computer and word processing software. REQUIREMENTS: BS Degree, or
higher, in related field of study. Valid Utah driver license, bending
stooping, and lifting up to 50 pounds. TO APPLY: Submit a current resume
and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet to the Department of Human Resource
Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, PO Box 141531, SLC, UT
84114-1531. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be down
loaded at To express interest contact UDAF Human
Resources at (801) 538-7118. Opening date: 04/14/2003, Closing date:


Victim Coordinator I (Working Title: Crime Victim Reparations Officer)
-Step 37 $12.37 - Step 46 $15.80 hour. (Actual full range is Step 37
$12.37- Step 56 $20.72). Full-time, permanent (career service) position.
The Office of Crime Victim Reparations, 350 East 500 South, Salt Lake
City, Utah. DUTIES: Investigates matters related to claims and determine
eligibility for compensation to victims of crime for medical care,
mental health counseling, loss of wages & funeral expenses, etc; hears &
determines all matters relating to claims for reparations; determines
who is a victim or dependent; award reparations or other benefits;
calculate and authorize payments; renders periodic reports, assists the
Director in publicizing the provisions of the Crime Victim Reparations
Act. Up to 90 percent of the job is caseload management in an office
setting. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Bachelors degree in criminal justice,
behavioral sciences, public administration or related field; experience
with individual case load management; ability to interpret state
statutes/rules, and federal statutes; ability to communicate effectively
both orally and in writing; ability to work under stress with
conflicting priorities; organizational skills; analytical skills; basic
math skills; word processing skills. Preference may be given to
applicants with Spanish speaking skills. TO APPLY: If you do not have a
current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the Utah Skill Match
database please submit both to the Department of Human Resource
Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120, P.O. Box 141531, Salt
Lake City UT, 84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to
utahskill at Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be
downloaded at In addition, please contact Jenny Hanson at
538-3825 or by email at jenniferhanson at by closing date. OPEN
DATE: 4/14/2003 CLOSE DATE: 4/18/2003.


Information Technology Manager II Time limited Schedule AL position for
public applicants OR Career Mobility assignment for current State
employees. Salary: $25.74 to $40.83 hourly (Step: 64-81). Department of
Workforce Services-Workforce Information Technology division-eREP
Project-American Fork, Utah. Incumbents in this position will work as a
senior project leader, having responsibility for the development and
implementation for major information processing projects having
agency/state wide impact and significant complexity. The project leader
manages the creation of the detailed project plan, integrates each
project component, and is accountable for the outcome of the project.
The incumbent will manage the technical contracts and vendors; oversee
the system application team with architect team to ensure enterprise
continuity; identify potential technology gaps and develop adequate
recovery strategies. Responsible to identify and interface with key ITS
resources to ensure their involvement for eREP's success. The incumbent
will meet with vendors on new and existing products, evaluates
usefulness, cost of products, and makes recommendations; perform
contractual negotiations, and make recommendations to management team.
The incumbent will track the contracts through the state process from
start to finish. Coordinate with multi-agency Finance liaisons, tracking
invoices to budget, review and reassess budget to actual expenditures.
Analyze projected budget to monthly expenditure forecasts. Provide
technical assistance to users. Other duties as assigned. JOB
REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of: Large project management experience, web
based architectures, systems and software components High
Availability/HA, hardware configurations and architectures for /HA, web
browser usability characteristics, software licensing, automated
software applications and computer relational database software. Skill &
ability to: ensure compliance with contract terms, policies and
procedures, i.e. technical contract negotiations. Ability to monitor and
analyze budget costs; skill in budget forecasts. Ability to communicate
information and ideas clearly and concisely, in writing, read and
understands information presented in writing. Speak clearly, concisely
and effectively; listen to and understand information presented in
writing. Ability to develop approaches for implementation of an idea,
program or change in operations. Weigh the relative costs and benefits
of a potential action. Read, interpret and apply laws, rules,
regulations, policies and/or procedures. Develop and/or implement new
policies/procedures /standards and/or rules/regulations. PREFERENCE:
will be given for those applicants with a sound understanding of the
principles of Object Oriented Design; thorough knowledge and experience
of working with relational databases and SQL; knowledge of J2EE
(including HTML, JSP and EJB technologies) and component development;
knowledge of UML and Rational Tools Suite; knowledge of Java and XML;
knowledge of Websphere (including WSAD), WebLogic, OTMs, J2EE
Scalability and Performance and OO design patterns; strong managerial
skills; understanding of budget principles. TO APPLY: If you do not have
a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet in the Utah Skill
Match database please submit both to the Department of Human Resource
Management, State office Building, Suite 2120, P.O. Box 141531, Salt
Lake City, UT, 84114-1531 OR email both as attachments to
utahskill at . Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can
be downloaded at . In addition please email a copy of your
resume to pbarret at or fax a copy to (801) 526-4359. Opening
date: 4/14/03. Closing date: April 25, 2003

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