MPA Job list- 6 Jobs!

Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Jul 21 15:05:52 MDT 2003


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Director, Division of Archives/Records $25.05-$37.63 hourly (Step Range
63-78). Career Service Exempt Position. Department of Administrative
Services, SLC. This position is responsible for monitoring agency or
program budgets including revenues, expenditures and budget projections,
evaluates, plans, and directs activities of the organization.
Establishes policy and processes for all aspects of the department's
work, including; records appraisal, preservations/storage, arrangements,
description, and reference access services. Works with records
management statewide. Will work with regional and national organizations
and with other state and local agencies. This includes leadership in the
evaluation and implementation of technology to enhance the collections
of archival/records management. Develops and coordinates plans and
policies, resources, and mission as well as goals, vision and
expectations of agency; prepares and updates plans and priorities.
Directs and coordinates the overall operation of the archival and record
management functions. Reviews legislation to determine impact on the
operation of an agency or the state. Gives recommendations regarding
implementation of passed legislation. Job Requirements/Skills: A strong
management back ground, ability to supervise others by
assigning/directing work; conducting employee evaluations, staff
training and development, taking appropriate disciplinary/corrective
actions, making hiring/termination recommendations. Knowledge of
collection, evaluation, and preservation of important records and
documents including photographic processes; significant management and
supervisory experience, principles, methods and procedures of evaluating
and preserving permanent records; principles, theories and practices of
budget management and of the legislative process, ability to interpret
and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures; excellent
oral, written and interpersonal skills. Preference will be given to
applicants who are Certified Archivist. To apply, submit a current
resume to Sharon Reynolds, Department of Administrative Services, 3120
State Office Building, SLC, Utah 84114 by August 1, 2003. Contact Sharon
Reynolds at 538-9799 if you have questions. Closing Date: 8/1/03.

COMMERCE

Commerce Manager II Full time with benefits (Step 63- 76), $25.05 -
$35.65 hourly, Division of Consumer Protection, Department of Commerce,
located in Salt Lake City. Incumbent exercises discretion and judgment
in managing administrative and operational functions within the
division. Incumbent will plan, implement, coordinate and/or monitor
agency-specific programs (s); develop and/or draft policies and
procedures, rules, and legislation, correspondence, etc; evaluate
investigative findings; ensure compliance with state and/or federal law;
respond to public, private, industry, and special interest concerns,
including GRAMA requests; represent agency at legislative, board or
administrative hearings. Will serve as adjudicative hearing officer and
as liaison with the Attorney General's office to coordinate cases.
Supervise staff to include monitoring and delegating work assignments,
providing performance evaluations, hiring and recommending disciplinary
actions including terminations. Conducts educational seminars for
various community groups; performs other related duties as assigned by
the Director. Preference will be given to applicants with a law degree,
computer background and knowledge of the state legislative process.
Incumbent may serve as acting director in the absence of the Division
Director. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Law Degree, written and verbal
communication; understanding of laws, rules and regulations. To be
considered for this position: Submit a resume with a Utah Skill Match
cover sheet to the Department of Human Resource Management 2120 State
Office Building, P.O. Box 141531, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1531. Copies
of Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet may be downloaded from web site
dhrm.utah.gov or obtained by calling (801) 538-3025. A cover sheet and
resume may be emailed to utahskill at utah.gov. To ensure your resume is
considered for this position please call Judy Price at (801)538-3413 to
express interest. Closing Date: August 1, 2003.

 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Financial Analyst III, may under fill with Level II, HC68 Level
III$15.37 hour (step 45 to step 62); Level II $13.06 per hour (step
39-step 58). Department of Environmental Quality, 168 North 1950 West,
SLC, UT. This is a full-time career service position with a twelve-month
probationary period. Please specify which level or levels you wish to be
considered for. If you do not specify you will be considered for Level
II only. Works with assigned divisions to assure that State and Federal
accounting policies and procedures are followed. Does Federal Grant
accounting for assigned divisions, including federal financial status
reports. Prepares work program and indirect cost analysis reports.
Prepares/reviews billings and backup support for various programs.
Reviews and approves payments for assigned divisions for processing.
Calculates and prepares department allocations and labor additive rates.
Reviews purchase requests for budget, proper coding and conformity with
State and Federal Policies and Procedures. Maintains Department's fixed
asset inventory. Maintains Department financial information in state
automated systems. Monitors FINET reports and makes corrections and
adjustments as needed. Maintains contract files for assigned divisions.
A minimal amount of heavy lifting could be required; overtime could be
required during the fiscal year-end close out and during preparation of
Federal grant reports. Job Requirements/skills: Level III: Knowledge of
the following theory, principles, practices and/or content: agency
and/or organizational program(s); fiscal/financial management applicable
laws, rules, regulations, and/or policies and procedures; principles,
theories, and practices of accounting; financial markets, models, and
banking; principles, theories, and practices of budget management;
agency, professional and/or industry standards and practices; research
methods, techniques, and/or sources of information. Skills/Ability to:
use logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or
facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions; make a
decision or solve a problem by using logic to identify key facts,
explore alternatives, and propose quality solutions; speak clearly,
concisely and effectively; listen to, and understand, information and
ideas as presented verbally; compose and produce reports, documents and
related material; communicate information and ideas clearly, and
concisely, in writing; read and understand information presented in
writing; evaluate information against a set of standards; read,
interpret and apply law, rules, regulations, polices and/or procedures;
use automated accounting and/or financial computer systems; find, gather
and collect information or data; use State or agency-specific software
application(s); prepare financial reports and documentation; develop
approaches for implementation of an idea, program or change in
operations; develop and/or implement new policies/procedures/standards/
and/or rules/regulations. Level II: Knowledge of the following theory,
principles, practices and/or content: fiscal/financial management;
principles, theories, and practices of accounting; financial markets,
models, and banking; principles, theories, rules, regulations and/or
policies and procedures; research methods, techniques, and/or sources of
information. Skills/ability to: use logic to analyze or identify
underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or
data to draw conclusions; make a decision or solve a problem by using
logic to identify key facts, explore alternatives, and propose quality
solutions; speak clearly, concisely and effectively; listen to, and
understand, information and ideas as presented verbally; compose and
produce reports, documents and related material; communicate information
and ideas clearly, and concisely, in writing; read and understand
information presented in writing; use automated accounting and/or
financial computer systems; find, gather and collect information or
data; use State or agency-specific software application(s); evaluate
information against a set of standards; read, interpret and apply law,
rules, regulations, polices and/or procedures; prepare financial reports
and documentation; Preference may be given for: B.S. degree in
Accounting or Business Management, paid professional experience with
FINET, and Federal Grant accounting, Excel and Access. Knowledge of and
experience with State finance policies and procedures. 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 Charlene Lamph,
Department of Environmental Quality Human Resources, at clamph at utah.gov,
or 801-536-4413 or P O Box 144810, SLC UT 84114-4810, or 168 N 1950 W,
SLC UT 84116 on or before 5:00 p.m. July 28, 2003. Opening date: July
14, 2003 closing date: July 28, 2003

 

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Voter Outreach Coordinator (Working Title: Elections Specialist) Salary
range $12.71-$17.14 hourly. Office of the Lt. Governor/Elections Office,
115 State Capitol, SLC, UT 84114. Position full-time (40 hours per week)
with benefits. This is an exempt position which serves at the pleasure
of the appointing authority. Incumbent works with state and county
election officials, community organizations and schools (colleges,
universities and public) to develop and implement programs to increase
voter participation in the state of Utah. Incumbent writes news
releases, reports, manuals and other materials of a technical nature.
Incumbent assists with public affairs planning, and highlighting agency
program activities through electronic and print media. Incumbent's
duties include conducting training; delivering presentations; technical
writing, desktop publishing, layout and production of informational
materials; writing and editing brochures, forms, reports, newsletters,
articles, publications, etc.; developing policies and procedures;
interacting with the public. Incumbent is part of the Elections Office
and performs other duties necessary to the function of the Office which
may include responding to public requests, filing and other duties as
assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Use computer word processing and
spreadsheet software; effective oral and written communications skills;
deliver presentations or training using acceptable methods and
techniques; knowledge of multimedia applications; interacting with news
and other public media. PREFERENCE may be given to applicants with
experience in working with media; experience in delivering
presentations; background in communications or related field. TO APPLY:
submit your resume by 5:00 pm 7/30/03 deadline to Marian Capito at the
Department of Human Resource Management, via e-mail to: MCAPITO at utah.gov
or mail to Department of Human Resource Management, attention M. Capito,
State Office Building, Room 2120, P.O. Box141531, SLC, UT 84114-1531.
Only applicants selected to interview will be contacted. Opening date:
7/21/03 Closing Date: 7/30/03

HEALTH

Abstractor (Health Program Specialist II) (position is Schedule AL -
"At-will w/benefits) - Salary: $13.79 - $18.09 hourly (Step: 41-51) -
Utah Department of Health - Division of Community and Family Health
Services, Child Development Clinic Program - Salt Lake City. Serve as an
abstractor and research assistant to the Utah Registry of Autism and
Developmental Disabilities Project within the Utah Department of Health.
Receive, gather and assist in obtaining data for research and studies on
public health surveillance and assessment data related to Autism
Spectrum Disorders. Within small groups, receive training and technical
assistance in techniques used for data collection, analysis and quality
assurance measures. Enter data into a computer system and retrieve,
correct or delete previously entered data. Decide upon the need for
additional data, information and means necessary to obtain the required
information. Participate in office and department peer reviews. JOB
REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of health-related program policies, rules and
operating procedures to make decisions regarding data collection, action
and communication which have impact on program surveillance activities.
Experience in collecting data; interpreting and discussing results; and
making recommendations. Basic knowledge of medical and educational
terminology. Knowledge and experience using basic computer database
applications. Excellent computer skills with a working knowledge of MS
Word, Access and Excel. Valid Utah Driver's license required.
Willingness to travel to educational and health care facilities in Salt
Lake, Davis and Utah counties. PREFERENCE: Bachelor's degree with an
emphasis in a health related field and/or extensive knowledge and
experience with children with special health care needs. Should be able
to communicate effectively and collaborate with health and education
providers. 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, PO 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 send
email to healthjobs at utah.gov or call the Health Job Interest Line at
(801) 538-9155 - Please specify Ref. #4643. Only applicants selected for
an interview will be contacted. Opening date: 7/11/2003 Closing date:
When Filled

Assistant Director, Division of Health Care Financing, Salary Range:
$27.18 - $40.83 hourly (Step: 66-81). Utah Department of Health, Salt
Lake City. This position is temporary schedule AR. Job assists the
Division Director in: planning, coordinating, and overseeing the
operations of the Division of Health Care Financing; maintain and
administer Utah's Medicaid program in compliance with Title XIX of the
Social Security act, the laws of the State of Utah, and the appropriated
budgets. Directly supervises some or all of the Bureaus within the
Division. JOB REQUIREMENTS: knowledge of principles, theories, and
practices of the Medicaid/Medicare System and budget management. Ability
to coordinate and supervise the activities or tasks of people, groups
and/or organization(s). Facilitate or lead hearings, meeting, teams, or
work groups to encourage participation, build trust, respect and
cooperation among participants. Make hiring/termination recommendations.
PREFERENCE: 2 or more years managing/directing experience within the
Medicaid program. 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 Department of Human Resource Management, State Office Building,
Suite 2120, PO Box 141531, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-1531 OR email both
as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov In addition, to express interest
please send e-mail to healthjobs at utah.gov or call (801) 538-9155
Reference # 5101 Only those individuals selected for an interview will
be contacted. Opens: 07/09/2003 Closing date: When filled.



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