MPA Job list12 Jobs!!!

Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Mar 24 14:17:17 MST 2003


Park City

Capital Programs & Economic Development Manager
Park City Municipal Corporation, Park City, Utah $54,000 - $74,460 plus
excellent benefits and performance bonus potential.

Under the direction of the City Manager, plans, organizes and
coordinates implementation of all phases of the City's capital programs
and economic development projects and programs. Assists the City Manager
to promote, market and ensure the achievement of the City's immediate
and long-range goals for economic development and to promote and monitor
the success of capital projects and programs. 

Core Responsibilities: 
Assesses community needs and recommends goals and direction for
economic development projects; researches, produces and provides reports
as requested by City Manager.  Evaluates current and potential economic
development projects; consults with staff developers, architects,
property owners, county departments, Chamber Bureau and the community
concerning plans, schedules and available funding.  Fosters and maintain
public and private partnerships to research, advocate, and develop
economic programs, and individual private projects.  Develops and
presents detailed statistical and cost/benefit analysis to assess
feasibility. Reviews feasibility studies to determine viability of
development projects and assists in management of project budgets. 
Coordinates with City departments and divisions on issues related to
capital programs and economic development. Assists in allocation of
manpower to various capital and economic development projects and
programs.  Supervises and monitors citywide capital projects, personnel,
and results to assure cost, effectiveness and project quality. 
Communicates and makes presentations before Council, boards commissions,
and general public concerning concept, review and approval of programs
and projects. Writes staff reports and provides communication and
information in all necessary formats.  Develops and monitors
departmental and program budgets. Selects, develops and supervises
staff. 

Education and Experience:
Degree in Public Administration or related field. Five years
increasingly responsible related capital project and program experience.
Five years related experience in feasibility studies, statistical
analysis and development negotiations. Five years increasingly
responsible related experience in promotion and marketing of development
projects and programs. Five years increasingly responsible related
personnel management experience. Resume: PCMC HR Dept. P.O. Box 1480,
Park City, Utah 84060 fax (435) 615-4902 phone (435) 615-5241 e-mail
mgusman at parkcity2002.com EOE Open until 4/25/03
 
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St. George City

City of St. George, Utah - Human Resources Recruiter 

City of St. George seeks Professional Recruiter to oversee the
recruitment and hiring process throughout all City departments.
Responsible for all aspects of hiring and recruiting, including
advertising, pre-qualifying and testing, interviewing, background
checks, selection and orientation. Develops & implements hiring policies
and training. Qualifications: Associate degree in business or related
field desired. Minimum three years experience in all facets of hiring
and placement. Must be experienced interviewer who is able to train
supervisors. Job Description can be viewed at Department of Workforce
Services, City offices, or City website www.sgcity.org. Apply on-line at
the City's web site or mail your application/resume to Department of
Workforce Services, 162 N 400 E, St. George UT, 84770, or fax to
435-986-3595, or email to lynettebaker at ut.gov. Voice 435 986-3541.
Starting salary $32,549 - $36,618 DOE. Excellent benefits. Open until
filled.

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Riverton City

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

Riverton City is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill the
position of Economic Development Director. 

Responsibilities Include:
Promotes commercial development and redevelopment, the revitalization
of residential and business areas, and growth of basic employment
opportunities within Riverton City.  Directs the Department of Economic
Development. Serves as Executive Director of the Redevelopment Agency.
Implements the City's Economic Development Strategic Plan designed to
revitalize downtown, attract retail commercial development, and ensure
more employment opportunities for the citizens of Riverton City. Works
with the appropriate Department Directors in restructuring current
business licensing and permitting processes in order to facilitate more
expeditious plan reviews and permitting of projects. Identifies City
ordinances, policies or practices that may impede economic development
within the City and explores alternatives with the affected City
Divisions. 

Job Requirements:
Ability to successfully negotiate and resolve high level, multi-agency
business development issues that require innovation, resourcefulness,
and a systemic and creative problem solving approach. The ability to
explore and understand conflicting points of view, and a level of
interpersonal and presentation skill that ensures that problems are
addressed and negotiated to a balanced resolution for both the concerned
business and the City. 
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in
Marketing, Finance, Business/Public Administration or a closely related
field and six years marketing or economic development experience.
Masters Degree Preferred. A combination of education and experience
may be substituted on a year-for-year basis. A minimum of three years
experience in developing and implementing business proposals and public
relations campaigns that promote long-term growth and development
preferred. 

Salary range $53,750-$80,150. Excellent benefits. Submit applications
to Riverton City Personnel at 12765 S 1400 W, Riverton, UT 84065.
Closing date is April 2, 2003 by 5pm. 

Riverton City is an equal opportunity employer.
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HEALTH

Bureau Director, Vital Records  $23.73 - $39.73 hourly (Step: 61-80) -
Utah Department of Health - Salt Lake City. Report directly to the State
Registrar/Director of the Center for Health Data Responsible for
overseeing the registration of vital events in the state of Utah.
Provide leadership to the statewide vital record program. Oversee the
system of local registration of births, deaths and other vital events in
Utah's twelve local health districts. Train state and local staff in the
administration of vital records according to Utah statutes and the Utah
Administrative Code. Compile and disseminate the vital statistics of
Utah. Develop and manage information systems for vital records and
statistics. Direct the certification of vital records for public and
legal purposes. Conduct rulemaking to enforce and implement provisions
of the Utah Code governing certification of the facts of vital events.
Develop systems and procedures to detect and prevent fraudulent use of
Utah's vital records. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of applicable laws,
rules, regulations and/or policies. Principles, theories and practices
of budget management. Provide consultation and/or expert advice or
testimony. Develop approaches for implementation of program or change in
operation. Read, interpret and apply laws, rules and regulations.
Communicate information and ideas clearly both orally and in writing.
Supervise subordinate personnel. PREFERENCE: Master's degree in public
health, health informatics, sociology or closely related fields.
Knowledge of civil registration methods, ability to understand and
interpret legal statutes, knowledge of research methods and statistical
techniques. Knowledge of standard measures of natality and mortality.
Principles of electronic data capture and editing. Principles of health
informatics. Knowledge of the structure of US birth, death, still birth,
marriage, divorce and abortion data. 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. #1601. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
Opening date: 3/21/2003 Closing date: 3/28/2003
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Community Health Coordinator III (Health Program Specialist III)
Salary: $17.14 - $27.18 hourly (Step range: 49-66) - Department of
Health - Division of Community and Family Health Services, Baby Watch
Early Intervention Program - SLC. Coordinate the service delivery for
the statewide early intervention program according to state and federal
regulations, policies and procedures. Responsible for compliance
monitoring for local programs to assure adherence to applicable laws,
procedures and policies, and for the development and follow through with
corrective action plans. Coordinate data collection efforts and
preparation of state and early intervention service delivery. Function
as a member of the Baby Watch team in all facets of early intervention
service delivery. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of community programs for
young children, policies and procedures, organizational/coordination
techniques. Ability to interpret federal and state guidelines into a
service delivery program. Experience in computer skills and
teach/training practices. PREFERENCE: Bachelor's degree in education,
health or related field plus professional employment directly related to
the above duties. 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. # 4721. Only applicants
selected for an interview will be contacted. Opening date: 3/21/2003
Closing date: 4/4/2003
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HUMAN SERVICES

Financial Analyst II, $13.06 - $21.88 hourly (step range 39-58) may
underfill with Financial Analyst I, $13.06 - $19.63 hourly (step range
39-54) Division of Child and Family Services, in Salt Lake City. This is
a working level job, under which incumbents receive general supervision.
(FA I level would receive close supervision.) Incumbents perform
professional level duties involving accounting, budgeting, financial
analysis, and/or financial reporting in accordance with generally
accepted accounting principles, budgeting guidelines, statutes and/or
regulations. Duties will include the following. Using the state
accounting system (FINET), analyze invoices for DCFS state office
timely, coding correctly, and maintain payment document files. Work as a
liason with DCFS regions regarding accounting policy and procedure.
Enter and monitor IAT documents to ensure proper approvals are applied
and postings occur timely. Ability to calculate complicated expense
allocations to the regions. Reconcile between FINET and DCFS records the
Children's Trust Fund, Domestic Violence Fund and the Warshaw Trust
Fund. Manage fixed assets information for DCFS, and submit
reconciliations and reports as required by DHS finance. Assist the state
office and regions ensuring all accounting deadlines are met. Coordinate
post-audit process with the regions, responding to questions and
correcting errors to the satisfaction of state finance staff. Other
duties include travel authorization, managing corporate travel account,
and maintaining an accurate list of DCFS data processing devices and
their charges. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Knowledge of accounting policy
and procedures for: State accounting system (FINET), travel and
conferences, fixed assets, and for data processing devices. Working
knowledge of Excel and Access. FINET skill required for: paying
invoices, employee reimbursements, accounting for and reconciling fixed
assets and data processing devices and charges, reconciliation of three
restricted funds, reconciling corporate travel account (CTA), purchasing
card, Office Depot account, and for allocation processes. Ability to
take initiative, resolve problems, complete research and follow-through.
Must have skills in detailed analysis, communication, and records
organization. Ability to be a team player and work well with other
accounting and DCFS staff. PREFERENCE may be given to individuals with a
high level of FINET skill. Applicants must be able to pass a criminal
background (BCI) check. 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 Helen and 538-4069 to express interest in this position.
Resumes that do not contain enough detailed information to determine
qualification will not be considered. Only qualified applicants will be
contacted. Closing date: 03/28/03
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Financial Analyst III - Salary starts at $15.37 to $19.63/hr, plus an
excellent benefits package. DHRM rules will be followed for current
state employees, (Salary Range: 45-62). Utah State Hospital, Provo,
Utah. Manage and control a major portion of the accounting activities of
the Utah State Hospital. Perform highly specialized accounting
activities requiring specialized training and/or skills that are unique
to the Utah State Hospital. Fully utilize state computerized accounting
system to insure proper functioning and accountability of cash receipts,
cash disbursements, billing, collections and other fiscal operations.
May design or enhance agency accounting systems and/or subsystems;
suggest changes or enhancement. Develop policy and procedure of the
utilization of agency specific accounting system. Interpret state/agency
accounting rules, regulations and laws in application of financial
systems; implement mechanisms and controls consistent with regulations,
laws and generally accepted accounting principles. Develop and interpret
financial reports detailing revenues, expenditures, inventory control
and other fiscal operations. May develop or supervise the development of
budget or budget documents and budget strategy; may advise agency
management on financial matters; defends budget and/or accounting
actions to auditors and budget officials. Research financial problem
areas and exercise decision making in recording and analyzing financial
data. Supervise subordinate personnel including: hiring recommendations;
determining workload and delegating assignments; training, monitoring
and evaluating performance; and initiating corrective and disciplinary
actions to include termination. Must have a working knowledge and
understanding of generally accepted accounting principles; policies and
practices of Utah State Hospital accounting including establishment,
modification and use of computerized accounting systems; cost
accounting; management practices including staff management, financial
analysis and application. Ability to supervise subordinate professional
and technical staff; research and resolve accounting and fiscal
problems; manage diversified accounting operations. Proficient in
Microsoft, Excel and Word. PREFERENCE: Preference will be given to
candidates with Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance and
experience in Medicaid and Medicare. 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. To ensure your resume is considered for
this position, please call Geri Jones 344-4399. Opening date: 3/24/03
Closing date: 3/28/03
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Human Resource Technician II typical entry $10.23 hourly (step range
30-45), Division of Child and Family Services, Salt Lake City (Murray).
Provide human resource and payroll functions for a large number of
employees. Explain basic DHRM and agency policy and procedure. Respond
to inquiries from employees and supervisors. Work with supervisors and
the Office of Human Resources assisting with the recruitment process to
include: complete recruitment requests, post job announcements and
maintain recruitment records. Responsible for entering all personnel and
salary actions into the HRE system and filing necessary paperwork into
personnel files. Responsible for performing payroll functions such as
entering all time sheets, mileage, and other reimbursements into the SAP
Time & Attendance system, computing on-call pay, tracking actions and
researching and resolving problems, and distributing paychecks. Conduct
new employee orientation for all new hires and assist employees with
completing benefit paperwork. Create and update organizational charts.
Input employee information into database to track service awards,
probationary periods, and training hours. Assist employees with
completing Workers' Compensation and FMLA paperwork. Show Safe Driver
training video as needed. Keep offices supplied with all necessary HR
and payroll forms. Maintains confidential employee personnel records.
Respond to verification of employment requests. Archive records and
files as needed. Other duties as assigned. REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Knowledge of Human Resource Management practices and principles; payroll
process and procedures; Federal law regarding the Fair Labor Standards
Act and immigration and naturalization requirements; employee benefits;
laws governing access to public and private records (Government Records
Access and Management Act). Communication skills; ability to analyze and
correct problems; accurate and efficient; ability to perform several
tasks at once; organization skills; and data entry skills. Knowledge of
Microsoft Word. PREFERENCE will be given to applicants with knowledge of
state systems such as Human Resource Enterprise (HRE) and the state SAP
Time and Attendance system. Must Pass A Criminal Background Check. 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
Loretta at 268-5435 to express interest in this position. Resumes that
do not contain enough detailed information to determine qualification
will not be considered. Only qualified applicants will be contacted.
Closing date: 03/28/03
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Program Manager Salary starts at $17.61 to $21.88/hr, plus an excellent
benefits package. DHRM rules will be followed for current state
employees, (Salary Range: 50-65). This is a full time position with the
Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Abuse and Mental
Health, 120 N 200 W, Salt Lake City. Incumbent will monitor governance
and oversight requirements of Local Mental Health Authorities and Local
Substance Abuse Authorities. Monitoring activities will culminate in
written and/or oral reports. Coordinate clinical and financial
monitoring of Division contracts; review, update, and submit Division's
annual monitoring plan to the Bureau of Contract Management; provide
technical assistance to Division staff and provider staff regarding
quality assurance issues as needed. Will be responsible for placing
noncompliant providers on corrective action and monitoring corrective
action compliance. Incumbent will be an active member of the DHS Quality
Assurance coordinating committee. PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge of
principles, theory and practices of program/management auditing.
Knowledge of Social Service delivery systems. Ability to learn and
understand complex information. Ability to provide technical assistance
to staff and providers regarding all areas of contract monitoring.
Excellent skills in public relations, problem solving, decision making,
related training and technical assistance. Excellent verbal and writing
skills. Ability to compose and produce accurate and timely reports,
documents and related materials. Ability to work independently and in a
team environment. Preference will be given to applicants with Masters
degree in Business, Public Administration, or Social Sciences, or
related fields plus demonstrated successful experience related to
program/management auditing. 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 Jan at 801-538-4139 to express interest. Only
applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Closing Date:
3/28/03
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NATURAL RESOURCES

Financial Manager II [PCN R677] - Salary: $19.10 to $31.98 per hour
(Step Range: 53-72). The Department of Natural Resources, Division of
Wildlife Resources, Salt Lake City, Utah. This position has a
probationary period of 24 months. Assists in the development of a
division budget process to incorporate the planning process as well as
the work plan process; coordinates development of a complex division
budget; works with management and staff to coordinate input from
director, sections, regions, DNR, Office of Planning and Budget, and
Legislative Fiscal Analyst's office to develop an appropriation request
to meet guidelines and accomplish division goals and objectives;
monitors and maintains accuracy of budget requests and work programs;
coordinates operations of budget preparation, resolving difficult and
unusual budget problems with Regional Support Services Coordinators and
Salt Lake staff; coordinates and prepares all new fiscal year budgets as
required by State Finance; monitors expenditures according to budget
requests; provides summarized reports to management as required; signs
all division contracts; prepares and reviews fiscal notes; prepares
revenue projections for three major funds for the division; works with
Federal Aid Coordinator to determine federal revenue estimates; monitors
revenue collections to ensure adequate revenue to fund appropriations;
recommends current and future spending plans; coordinates all aspects of
the division's closing process; works with DNR's Fiscal section to
provide information to State Finance; prepares all closing schedules and
reports; provides closing financial information to DNR's Fiscal Section
for annual reports; maintains and tracks all DWR positions including
seasonal and temporaries; responds to requests from the public and other
agencies on division revenues, budgets and expenditures; provides custom
reports and fiscal interpretations as requested by division management;
supervises staff of nine that are responsible for Federal Aid, payroll,
accounts payable and receivable, budget tracking, uniforms, and contract
processing; performs other duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS:
Skills in the following areas: governmental accounting, budget
management, financial analysis, data processing, financial application;
skilled in supervising, managing, training and evaluating employees;
ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form;
ability to make effective public presentations. PREFERENCE will be given
to applicants with a bachelors or masters degree in Finance, Accounting
or Business Administration plus five years paid professional employment,
at least four of which must have been in work related to the above
summary of duties and in a direct supervisory position. 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,
SLC, 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, public applicants must contact the DNR Human
Resource Office at (801) 538-7210 to ensure consideration for this
position. Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.
Opening Date: 3-14-03 Closing Date: 03-26-03
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WORKFORCE SERVICES

Auditor IV Job # 03-103 Salary $18.09 -$30.29 hourly (Step: 51-70). May
underfill as an Auditor III (step: 55-70). Department of Workforce
Services (DWS)- Salt Lake City, Utah. Conducts, plans and leads internal
operational, financial and performance audits; review internal controls;
validate processes and analyze data; recommends organizational and
process improvements to management; assess efficiency and effectiveness
of department programs; assess compliance with policies, procedures and
applicable laws. Recommends policies and procedures. JOB
REQUIREMEN/SKILLS: internal auditing skills; ability to apply techniques
of statistical sampling, modeling and analysis; researching skills,
skills applying accounting principles and practices; knowledge of
applicable laws, rules, policies and procedures; verbal and written
communication skills; analytical skills; presentation skills; experience
using database, spreadsheet and word processing applications software;
skills to develop policies and procedures; skills to evaluate agency
programs and operations; skills to recommend improvements for agency
programs; skills to assess the impact of audit recommendations on agency
programs. PREFERENCE given to applicants with an Accounting degree and
in-depth experience conducting state and federal program audits and
knowledge of governmental auditing standards. To be considered for this
position submit a current resume and Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet to the
Department of Human Resource 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 call the DWS Human Resource Self Nomination line at
801-526-4330 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: 3-28-03.
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DWS Manager I (Step: 47-62) $16.23 - $24.38 hourly. Department of
Workforce Services (DWS) - Mountainland Region, Provo. Oversee daily
operations of the Mountainland Region Workforce Development Team. This
position will oversee and manage 13 staff and provide supportive
leadership and direction to service providers. Provide management,
training, mentoring and opportunities for professional growth of team
members. Direct the delivery of a broad range of workforce program
services on a regional level to employers, job seekers and other
customers and ensure connection to and coordination between Employment
Centers and Regional Workforce Development Team. Manage and oversee
Regional Council activities, community development activities for the
region and develop DWS partnerships with employers, chambers of commerce
and other workforce membership groups in the region. Oversee and direct
administrative activities of the region and assigned offices. Serve as
an integral member of the region management team. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Advanced Knowledge of: Workforce Service programs, laws, policies and
services; and local labor market dynamics and issues. Ability to:
Coordinate activities of various service delivery and administrative
support functions; apply effective supervision and personnel management
techniques; communicate effectively and employ effective customer
relations techniques. Working Knowledge of: Data processing systems
specific to programs managed. PREFERENCE: May be given to applicants
with a related bachelor's degree. Preference may also be given to
applicants with experience working with the business community. 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 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 do one of
the following: call Wendy Peterson at 801-526-4334 or fax your resume to
801-526-4359 attn: Wendy Peterson or e-mail a copy of your resume to
wendypeterson at utah.gov . Only individuals selected for an interview
will be contacted. Closing Date: 03/28/03.



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