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Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Jul 7 15:37:10 MDT 2003


HUMAN SERVICES

Contract/Grant Analyst I Salary $12.71 - $21.88/hr (Step Range 38-58).
Salary typically starts at entry. Governor's Council for People with
Disabilities, 155 S 300 W Ste 100, SLC. Write, prepare, review and
manage grants and contracts; ensure compliance with state and Federal
rules and regulations; serve as staff liaison with Grants Review and
Evaluation Committee; provide technical assistance and training to
potential grantees, staff, and Council members regarding contract
writing, processing, and policy as needed; monitor compliance by
grantees; prepare quarterly and annual reports for state and Federal
funding sources; prepare reports and analysis of pertinent fiscal data
for legislators and public policy makers; work with Council staff to
manage fiscal operations. PREFERENCES: Seeking applicants with a
Bachelors degree in Accounting, Public Administration, Business or
related field. Prefer applicants with knowledge of the Council's grant
process, the state finance system, and the legislative process.
Knowledge of developmental disabilities a plus. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Knowledge of state procurement and contract procedures; computer skills
with software such as Microsoft Word and Excel; ability to ensure
compliance with contract terms, policies, and procedures; ability to
interpret state and Federal rules and regulations; ability to
effectively communicate in written and verbal form; public relation
skills; ability to present information to staff, Council members and the
public. Knowledge of fiscal and financial management; principles,
theories, and practices of accounting and budget management. Ability to
prepare statistical data for funding sources. 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 utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be
downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please contact Nadene Adams at
801- 533-3965 to express interest in this position. Only applicants
selected for an interview will be contacted. Closing Date: 7/11/03

Deputy Public Guardian (Caseworker II), Salary Range $14.17 - $21.29
(Steps: 42-57) May underfill at Caseworker I, $ 12.71 - $19.10/hr (Step
range 38-53). State of Utah, Department of Human Services, Office of
Public Guardian. 120 N. 200 W. SLC, UT. Full-time, Career Service with
excellent benefit package. Provide guardianship assessments, case/estate
management, surrogate decision-making and advocacy. Interface with human
service, medical and legal providers; some statewide travel.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in a discipline related to
guardianship/conservatorship (paid experience in providing
guardianship-related human services may be substituted on a year for
year basis for college education). Knowledge/Skills/Ability: Paid
experience in serving persons with developmental disabilities, mental
illness, or who are elderly and familiarity with quality/end of life
issues, abuse/neglect/exploitation of adults, long-term care and public
benefits. Strong analytical and writing skills; ability to deal with
people in a manner which shows sensitivity, tact, and professionalism;
speak clearly, concisely and effectively; listen to and understand,
information and ideas as presented verbally; compose and produce
reports, documents and related materials; assess physical, mental,
social or economic needs; use computer word processing software. Must
obtain NGA certification within one year of employment. Preference may
be given to persons with experience in guardianship, client advocacy or
the law, a bachelor's or advanced degree in a discipline related to
guardianship/conservatorship, or a license in nursing or social work. 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 utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover
Sheet can be downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please contact
Carrie (801) 538-8255 to express your interest in this position. Only
the final applicants selected to interview will be contacted. Job#
OPG-3-170 Closes: 7/11/2003

Director Office of Public Guardian * Department of Human Services, 120 N
200 W, Salt Lake City, Utah. $23.09 - $34.69/Hr. ($48,027 - $72,155/Yr)
(Step Range 60-75), plus an excellent benefits package. THIS IS A
SCHEDULE AD, MERIT EXEMPT POSITION. This position reports directly to
the Deputy Director of the Department of Human Services and directs the
Office of Public Guardian in accordance with all the provisions and
mandates of Utah code. Evaluates, plans and directs activities of the
organization; supervise, coordinate, and provide guardianship services
to persons who have been adjudicated as incapacitated; to insure all
necessary business, legal, and public service attention is provided to
the administrative details required for estate management, distribution
of property, accounting of client's funds, determination and delivery of
provider services, and reporting to the court as necessary in regards to
the personal and financial condition of each client. Responsible for
overseeing decisions encompassing all aspects of an incapacitated
persons life, including heath care, financial management, housing, legal
assistance; educate the public about the role and functions of guardians
and conservators; to serve as guardian or conservator upon appointment
by a court of law; to advance policy and legislative recommendations to
the Board, the Executive Director, and the legislature, and to develop a
statewide program to attract substantial volunteer assistance in
providing guardian and conservator services. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
experience in guardianship or related services to elderly,
developmentally disabled or mentally ill individuals. Knowledge of
guardianship and human service agencies and entitlement programs. Strong
interpersonal, analytical and writing skills. Travel around state
required. Incumbents must obtain certification as registered guardian
within one year. Must have the ability to administer, coordinate and
evaluate the effectiveness of programs, services and operations.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree from an accredited
university or college in behavioral sciences, nursing or law and be
knowledgeable in guardianship/conservatorship, Familiarity with Utah
human services agencies. Experience as an administrator of
guardianship/conservatorship or related program; experience as
financial/property manager; and experience interacting with the courts.
Certification/license in guardianship/conservatorship, accounting, law,
nursing, social work, psychology or counseling. Fluency in Spanish.
Submit a letter of interest with your resume and a list of references
attached to the Department of Human Services, Office of Human Resources,
Attn: Patty Young, 120 N 200 W #427, Salt Lake City, UT 84103. Fax:
538-4446, phone:538-4221. Job#DHS-3-178, Closes when filled.

TRANSPORTATION

Director, Public Transportation Plans and Programs (Research Consultant
II) $18.59 - $30.29 (Step 52-70). Utah Department of Transportation,
Program Development, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County. Source Code
04DOT001. A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE MADE PENDING
SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OF A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND (IF REQUIRED)
A DRIVERS LICENSE CHECK. PURPOSE/DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Direct
duties of UDOT's Public Transportation Team in administering Federal
Transit Administration funds to assist Cities, Counties Metropolitan
Planning Organizations, Associations of Governments, Transit Districts,
Indian Tribes, Special Occasion Public Transportation Committees and
other public and private agencies in the development of plans and
programs for local/regional public and specialized transportation
projects, systems, paratransit and ridesharing and vanpool programs and
related projects. Partner with stakeholders in development of
transportation plans and programs for the betterment of community and
state. Provide technical assistance to funds applicants and
transportation providers in development of transportation projects and
operations, and management of transportation systems to insure
compliance with federal regulation and state and local policy and
procedure regarding systems development and operation. Administers
U.S.C. 49 §5303 Metropolitan Planning Organization funding program.
Administers U.S.C. 49 §5307 Urbanized Area Formula Block Grant funding
program for public transportation capital purchase and associated
operating assistance. Administers U.S.C. 49 §5309 Discretionary grant
program particular to capital projects needed for an efficient and
coordinated public transportation system. Administers U.S.C. 49 §5313
Public Transportation Planning and Research programs in urbanized areas.
Performs other related tasks as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Knowledge of federal grant making process specific to FTA's TEAM system;
FTA and FHWA projects development processes, community transportation
planning and development in a multi-modal environment; budget
preparation, funds disbursement, negotiation regarding best fit project
and economy of expenditure, public, specialized and paratransit
transportation structure and development and support thereof. Knowledge
of fixed guideway and companion mass transportation systems planning;
transportation planning and programming disciplines; federal, state and
local government regulations. Ability to provide direction and
supervision of program staff in the accomplishment of grant development,
project award, agency monitoring and provision of customer service and
technical assistance. Hiring agencies may identify additional related
skills and requirements for their consideration as preference in making
hiring and promotional decisions. Preferences may be given to applicants
with knowledge of UDOT policy and procedures and their applications,
Federal Transit Administration rules and regulations, business
accounting and budgeting practices, federal grant programs and project
management, extensive public speaking/presentation experience,
electronic programs data management, engineering principles, vehicle
repair and preventive maintenance, vehicle and related equipment design,
communication devices, drug and alcohol rules and regulations particular
to public transportation operations, public transportation facilities
and equipment specifications, and ADA rules and regulations. 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 utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be
downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please contact Gaye Betts at
(801) 965-4249. Opening date: 07/02/03. Closing date: 07/11/03.

Rural Public Transportation Manager (Program Specialist I) $12.71 -
$21.88 (Step 38 - 58). Department of Transportation, Program
Development, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County. Source Code 03DOT129.
PURPOSE/DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Administer Title 49, USC §5311
programs; determine current and future mass transportation needs and
companion projects in Utah's non-urbanized areas and Intercity Bus
statewide; qualify rural, small urban areas and Intercity Bus projects
applicants for the purpose of developing and operating Fixed Route
Public Transportation Systems; identify and/or acquire federal and local
funding for development of identified projects and provide related
developmental, organizational, managerial and operational guidance and
monitor results to maintain formal agreed performance. Prepare
Electronic Application for Federal Assistance for Capital Purchase,
Operation Assistance, Administration, Planning/Research, Training and
Technical Assistance for Federal Transit Administration Funds. Meet with
public and private agencies and individuals, present transit plans and
programs, and support community transportation at all levels. Manage the
transit State Management Plan; distribute formal revisions to UDOT and
FTA staff. Attend in-state and out-of-state conferences, workshops and
seminars regarding transportation issues; prepare and deliver
presentations to FTA, FHWA, DHHS, EPA, DOE, and other federal agencies,
City and County and private officials/agencies; conduct training
workshops. Perform other related tasks as assigned. JOB
REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Knowledge and understanding of Federal Rules and
Regulations, Programs Guidance and Jargons, Mass Transit and Paratransit
systems equipment, components and management, computer and related
programs manipulation, business accounting, budgeting and programs
development. Knowledge of engineering principles, vehicle maintenance,
vehicle and related equipment design, communication devices requirements
and use. Knowledge of rules and regulations governing public and
specialized transportation, transportation systems, planning
development, implementation, operation and management. Ability to speak
publicly with emphasis on quality trainer characteristics, ability to
compile and assemble training aids and workshop participant material.
Understanding of the Statewide Transportation Improvement process
(STIP); communication skills both formal and oral, art of negotiation,
knowledge of community planning, programming of funds for improvements.
Hiring officials may identify additional related skills and requirements
in making hiring and promotion decisions. Preferences may be given to
applicants with knowledge of UDOT policy and procedures and
applications, fiscal managerial training/experience, transit bus design,
federal grant programs management, extensive public
speaking/presentation experience, electronic programs data management,
decision making skills, training and applications experience, drug and
alcohol rules and regulations particular to public transportation
operations, public transportation technical knowledge, and ADA rules and
regulations knowledge. 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 utah.gov. Copies of the Utah
Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition,
please contact Gaye Betts at (801) 965-4249. Opening date: 06/25/03.
Closing date: 07/07/03.

 

WORKFORCE SERVICES

IT Analyst II (Working Title IT Programmer Analyst II) Salary $20.17
hourly (Step 55-72) Department of Workforce Services- Workforce
Information Technology Division-American Fork, Utah. Incumbents in this
position function at a working level to analyze, design, and implement
software programs and will work independently under general management
review to perform long-range and capacity planning for the business
enterprise; oversees and performs installation, customization, and
maintenance of operating systems software; reviews and evaluates new or
updated systems software packages and related hardware and makes
recommendations based on established standards; oversees and performs
modifications to tuning parameters and application system; analyzes
operating problems to diagnose and correct problem areas; works with key
vendors to resolve hardware and software problems; provides technical
assistance and training to others in using operating system software and
components. JOB REQUIRMENTS: Experience with independently installing
and maintaining operating systems and system software; working on
multiple projects as a team member/leader in which coordination with
staff, service areas, and functions were an important aspect; evaluating
new or upgraded software packages and related hardware and making
recommendations based on established standards; working wit
telecommunications hardware and software networks at the System
Programmer level. Troubleshoot and maintain server hardware; install and
configure server software products; review and propose hardware/software
configuration; plan and manage projects data communication network,
servers, and disaster recovery. Tests new hardware/software and makes
recommendations on possible deployment; maintains current knowledge of
IT direction and trends; excellent oral and written communication
skills. Knowledge of state agency programs and business practices,
system development and system architecture; understands data standards
and schemas; project management; enterprise architecture policies and
standards, web-based architectures, systems and software components,
hardware configurations and architectures; software licensing, software
applications and computer relational database software. PREFERENCE: may
be given to applicants with experience in applying the principles of
enterprise architecture and standards development in public sector;
knowledge of Object Oriented Design; relational databases and SQL; J2EE
and component development, Java and XML, High Availability/HA; hardware
configurations and architectures for /HA; HTML, JSP and EJB
technologies; Rational tools suite; Weblogic; Websphere 5.0; DB2;
Actuate; Mercury testing tools; ERP systems specifically Curam Version
2.0; MQ series; Sun Solaris 8. 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 attachment to utahskill at utah.gov . Copies of
the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at dhrm.utah.gov . In
addition, please do ONE of the following: email a copy of your resume to
pbarret at utah.gov OR fax a copy of your resume to 880-1735. Only those
selected for an interview will be contacted. Opening date: 07/07/2003.
Closing date: 07/11/2003.

Program Specialist - DWS Job # 03-180 Salary $13,79 - $23.09 hourly
(Step 41 - 60). Department of Workforce Services, Office of Child Care
(OCC) - Salt Lake City. The incumbent will serve as the statewide
tri-anchor in the implementation and interpretation of the Environmental
Rating Scales (ERS). Conducts on-site ERS visits and training; assists
in the monitoring of contracts to insure agreements are met and
improvements are being measured according to OCC goals. Interacts with
members of the child care community to educate and advocate for the use
of the ERS, its functions and application. Assists in the creation and
implementation of new programs. Collaborates with other OCC staff to
achieve OCC goals and objectives. The person must be a self starter and
able to dosome statewide travel. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Knowledge of
child care best practices, ability to meet with individuals and groups
to address and resolve issues and problems, written and verbal
communication skills, computer skills, training and presentation skills
and ability to multitask. PERFERENCE: Bachelor's degree in a related
field, Early Childhood , Elementary Education, Family Human Development,
Psychology or etc.: demonstrated experience in child care development
and training adults. To be considered for this position submit your
resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet to the Department of Human
Resource Management, State Office Building, Suite 2120 Management, State
Office Building, Suite 2120, P.O. Box 141531, Salt Lake City, UT.,
84114-1531. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded
at dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please email or fax your resume to
801-526-4359 attn: Chuck Butler or email your resume to
cbutler at utah.gov. Only individuals selected for an interview will be
contacted. Closing date: 7-18-03.



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