MPA Job list- 9 State Jobs!

Juli Genovesi juli.genovesi at csbs.utah.edu
Mon Sep 22 16:30:49 MDT 2003


ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
 
Purchasing Agent II - $16.23 hourly. Job No. 10875 (Step Range 47) May
underfill as a Purchasing Agent I $14.56. Department of Administrative
Services, Division of Purchasing and General Services, SLC. Advise
agency and political subdivision clients in product utilization and
purchasing regulations; assists vendors with invoicing and shipment
problems Approve sole-source purchases under delegated authority from
the chief procurement authority. Reviews and develops contracts and
assists in negotiating contracts. Review and evaluates Request for
Proposals to determine merit, compliance with regulations, and possible
cases of conflict of interest; develops complex specifications requiring
advanced market research. Analyze life-cycle costing and cost
relationships; research and monitor market conditions to evaluate
product developments, pricing and availability; develop alternative
sources of supply. Collects, analyzes and compiles information on market
conditions, price trends, and product development to provide ready
reference resource for agency personnel; maintains a contract library.
Performs other related duties as assigned. Job Requirements/Skills:
Skill applying purchasing policies, regulations, procedures and
principles, skills applying general accounting principles and general
inventory control and warehousing; ability to perform advanced research
on market conditions and product development; develop alternative supply
sources; and make purchasing recommendations; skills in word processing
applications and spreadsheets; oral and written communications 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 utah.gov. Copies of the Utah Skill Match Cover
Sheet can be downloaded at www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please call
538-3589 by 1:00 p.m. on closing date to be considered for the position.
Opening date: 09/19/03 Closing Date: 09/26/03

AUDITOR'S OFFICE

Staff Auditor I: $35,651 ANNUAL SALARY (Step 49). Utah State
Auditor's Office, 211 State Capitol, Salt Lake City, UT 84114.
Performs professional entry level auditing duties for financial and
compliance audits of state departments and agencies and institutions of
higher education; audits fiscal practices to assure conformity to fiscal
policies; analyzes and determines the effectiveness of internal control
procedures; verifies deposits of monies and examines reports; and audits
agency payrolls to determine correctness of records. Desired
Preferences: Preference given for Master's Degree in accounting,
finance, or business administration with an undergraduate degree in
accounting or CPA certification. To be considered for this position:
Submit a resume, Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet and complete college
transcripts to the Utah State Auditor's Office, 211 State Capitol,
Salt Lake City, UT 84114. If you have any questions, please contact
Kimberly Diamond-Smith from DHRM at 801-538-9629. Closing Date:
10/10/03

EDUCATION & REHABILITATION

Rehabilitation Counselor II May Underfill as REHABILITATION COUNSELOR I
OR REHABILITATION COUNSELOR TRAINEE Salary: Beginning salary $11.10 to
$13.79 depending upon qualifications Utah State Office of
Rehabilitation, 1140 36th Street, #150, Ogden, UT Interviews and
counsels clients and prospective clients; screens referrals, provides
community outreach; evaluates applicant's abilities and disabilities;
reviews medical, psychological, vocational, and educational data to
determine feasibility, eligibility, vocational handicap, functional
limitations and job labor market demands assessing job compatibility to
plan for services; supervises difficult client rehabilitation plans,
negotiates with client and individual written rehabilitation plan
including determination of financial need and available comparable
benefits; coordinates case management to include vocational counseling,
guidance, testing, medical restoration, assessment of training needs,
direct employer contacts for on-the-job training, job placement and
follow-up services to ensure progress towards intermediate objectives
and vocational goal; projects budget requirements for case service
delivery; negotiates individual caseload budget; allocates budget based
on client needs and availability of funds; monitors individual
rehabilitation plans for case service delivery; communicates and
coordinates client services with medical, legal, treatment, employment,
and training professionals; manages caseload to include: processing
required caseload paperwork by processing case updates, filling out
forms, and recording case activities; monitoring and achieving caseload
production standards; supervises office technician and may occasionally
supervise or train less experienced employees as directed by supervisor.
JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Skilled in vocational analysis and assessment,
case management, caseload management and client intake; knowledge of
medical and psychological terminology; knowledgeable in vocational
rehabilitation eligibility determination; counseling skills including,
rehabilitation counseling, vocational counseling, job interviewing and
career planning; ability to manage caseload budget; uses basic computer
skills; knowledge of conflict resolution and crisis intervention
techniques; skilled in job development and placement; skilled in
effective interviewing principles, methods and techniques; effective
interpersonal skills in dealing with sensitive client situations;
knowledgeable in physical, mental and emotional disabilities including
prognosis, functional limitations and optimizing residual functional
capacities; skilled in application of labor market information; Bachelor
Degree in vocational rehabilitation, vocational evaluation, psychology,
sociology, social work special education, educational psychology,
behavioral sciences or a closely related field. Preference will be given
to applicants who hold current CRC Certification or who hold a related
Master's degree. Preference will also be given to applicants with
proficient ASL skills and will be tested. If hired without proficient
ASL skills, must be proficient within two years. 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 SLC, UT
84114-1531 OR e-mail both as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov. Copies
of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at
www.dhrm.utah.gov . In addition, please contact Barbara Smith,
Bsmith at usoe.k12.ut.us, 801 538-7653 to indicate your interest in the
position. In accordance with Public Law 102-569 Sec. 101 (a)(6)(A) and
(a)(7)(A)(IV)(II) the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation provides
affirmative action to employ qualified individuals with disabilities. If
you wish to be considered for this preference, please contact the Human
Resource Office at 538-7653. Opening date: 9/15/2003 Closing date: Until
Filled

Rehabilitation Counselor II May Underfill as REHABILITATION COUNSELOR I
OR REHABILITATION COUNSELOR TRAINEE Salary: Beginning salary $11.10 to
$13.79 depending upon qualifications Utah State Office of
Rehabilitation, 662 West Price River Drive, Price, UT Interviews and
counsels clients and prospective clients; screens referrals, provides
community outreach; evaluates applicant's abilities and disabilities;
reviews medical, psychological, vocational, and educational data to
determine feasibility, eligibility, vocational handicap, functional
limitations and job labor market demands assessing job compatibility to
plan for services; supervises difficult client rehabilitation plans,
negotiates with client and individual written rehabilitation plan
including determination of financial need and available comparable
benefits; coordinates case management to include vocational counseling,
guidance, testing, medical restoration, assessment of training needs,
direct employer contacts for on-the-job training, job placement and
follow-up services to ensure progress towards intermediate objectives
and vocational goal; projects budget requirements for case service
delivery; negotiates individual caseload budget; allocates budget based
on client needs and availability of funds; monitors individual
rehabilitation plans for case service delivery; communicates and
coordinates client services with medical, legal, treatment, employment,
and training professionals; manages caseload to include: processing
required caseload paperwork by processing case updates, filling out
forms, and recording case activities; monitoring and achieving caseload
production standards; supervises office technician and may occasionally
supervise or train less experienced employees as directed by supervisor.
JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS: Skilled in vocational analysis and assessment,
case management, caseload management and client intake; knowledge of
medical and psychological terminology; knowledgeable in vocational
rehabilitation eligibility determination; counseling skills including,
rehabilitation counseling, vocational counseling, job interviewing and
career planning; ability to manage caseload budget; uses basic computer
skills; knowledge of conflict resolution and crisis intervention
techniques; skilled in job development and placement; skilled in
effective interviewing principles, methods and techniques; effective
interpersonal skills in dealing with sensitive client situations;
knowledgeable in physical, mental and emotional disabilities including
prognosis, functional limitations and optimizing residual functional
capacities; skilled in application of labor market information; Bachelor
Degree in vocational rehabilitation, vocational evaluation, psychology,
sociology, social work special education, educational psychology,
behavioral sciences or a closely related field. Preference will be given
to applicants who hold current CRC Certification or who hold a related
Master's degree. Preference will also be given to applicants with
proficient ASL skills and will be tested. If hired without proficient
ASL skills, must be proficient within two years. 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 SLC, UT
84114-1531 OR e-mail both as attachments to utahskill at utah.gov. Copies
of the Utah Skill Match Cover Sheet can be downloaded at
www.dhrm.utah.gov . In addition, please contact Barbara Smith,
Bsmith at usoe.k12.ut.us, 801 538-7653 to indicate your interest in the
position. In accordance with Public Law 102-569 Sec. 101 (a)(6)(A) and
(a)(7)(A)(IV)(II) the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation provides
affirmative action to employ qualified individuals with disabilities. If
you wish to be considered for this preference, please contact the Human
Resource Office at 538-7653. Opening date: 9/15/2003 Closing date: Until
Filled

HEALTH

Auditor II Salary: $15.37 - $27.18 hourly (Step: 45-66) May underfill
at a Level I, $14.56 - $24.38 (Step: 43-62) Department of Health, Office
of Fiscal Operations, Bureau of Financial Audit, Salt Lake City. Perform
a full range of audit tasks under general supervision. Perform
financial, compliance and efficiency audits. Prepare written reports and
prepare recommendations to solve problems noted. Perform audit test of
records for compliance with DOH contract requirements. Help agencies
solve accounting and internal control problems. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Principles, theories and practices of auditing. Use automated accounting
and/or financial computer systems. Ability to interview and work well
with people. Ability to develop financial reports and documentation.
Ability to communicate clearly orally or in written form. Evaluate
information against a set of standards. PREFERENCE: Bachelor's or
Master's degree in Accounting. Prior auditing experience, including
governmental auditing. Experience using Excel, Access and Wordperfect.
Familiar with government processes 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, 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 www.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. #12411. Only applicants selected for an
interview will be contacted. Opening date: 9-22-03 Closing date:
9-26-03

HUMAN SERVICES

Child Welfare Program Manager, Salary typically starts at
$17.61/Hourly, Salary Range $17.61 - $26.45/hr (Step: 50-65). Department
of Human Services, Division of Child & Family Services, 120 N. 200 W.
SLC, UT. The Division of Child and Family Services is announcing
recruitment for a Federal Grants Program Specialist. Duties include
preparing Federal grant applications for submission and directing or
assisting with implementation, oversight, tracking, and reporting;
facilitating a consistent implementation of practice guidelines,
administrative rules, state statutes, and federal laws pertaining to
specific Federal grant program areas. Management of state and federal
resources and funds pertaining to these specific program areas;
collaboration with other state specialists and administrative team and
community and agency partners; implementation of the Division's Practice
Model across all areas of Child Welfare Programs; establishment of
contracts and/or agreements. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge and experience
in grant writing, program management, and managing contracts.
Understanding of the Division of Child and Family Services Practice
Model and effective use of the skills of engaging, teaming, assessing,
planning, and intervening in carrying out work related assignments and
responsibilities. 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. PREFERENCE may be
given to applicants with grant writing and management experience or for
a Masters degree in Social Work or related field of study. 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 www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please call Helen at (801)
538-4101 to be considered for this position. Only finalist selected to
interview will be contacted. Job# DCFS-3-280. Closes: 10/03/2003

Child Welfare Program Manager (Four vacant positions in four different
Programs) Salary typically starts at $17.61/Hourly, Salary Range $17.61
- $26.45/hr (Step: 50-65). Department of Human Services, Division of
Child & Family Services, 120 North, 200 West, SLC, UT. The Division of
Child and Family Services is announcing recruitment for Program
Specialists in the following four program areas: Adoptions, Independent
Living, Domestic Violence, and Community and Family Based Services.
Duties include, facilitating a consistent implementation of practice
guidelines, administrative rules, state statutes, and federal laws
pertaining to specific program areas. Management of state and federal
resources and funds pertaining to these specific program areas;
collaboration with other state specialists, community and agency
partners; implementation of the Division's Practice Model across all
areas of Child Welfare Programs. Writes, reviews, and negotiates grants,
contracts and/or agreements. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Understanding of the
Division of Child and Family Services Practice Model and effective use
of the skills of engaging, teaming, assessing, planning, and intervening
in carrying out work related assignments and responsibilities. Knowledge
and experience in program management, grant writing and managing
contracts. 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. PREFERENCE may be given for a
Masters degree in Social Work or related field of study. 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 www.dhrm.utah.gov. In addition, please call Helen at (801)
538-4101 to be considered for this position. Only finalist selected to
interview will be contacted. Job# DCFS-3-277 Closes: 9/26/2003

Child Welfare Social Worker $15.80 to $23.73. (Step range 46-61).
Vacancies may exist statewide in the Department of Human Services,
Division of Child and Family Services. Evaluates social needs, develops
and implements treatment plans to help individuals and families;
interviews clients and families to complete a social history; leads the
Individual Support Plan process & works with the client and/or their
legal representative to identify, clarify, & understand the outcome of
specific services needed by client; provide individual/family/group
counseling; provides 24 hour crisis intervention. Job
Requirements/Skills: Certified Social Worker (CSW) License in the State
of Utah. Oral and written communication skills, counseling, interviewing
and crisis intervention skills. Skills to apply professional social work
principles, methods and techniques. 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, call OHR at 538-4222 ext. 0 to
express interest. A Criminal Background Check (BCI) is required for
these positions. Closing Date: Continuous/Ongoing.

LABOR COMMISSION

Hearing Officer: (ALJ-Non Juris Doctorate) - LABOR DIVISION
$18.09-$27.18 hourly, (Step range 51-66), Labor Commission, Labor
Division, SLC. Presides and conducts informal administrative hearings to
determine the validity of claims for unpaid wages or other violations of
the Labor Code; takes testimony from witnesses and weighs witness
credibility; accepts documents or other offers of proof into evidence
and deal with objects to admission of evidence; may receive post hearing
brief or memos, prepares written orders of findings supported by
evidence and statute for each case heard; prior to hearings reviews all
documentation in case file and appropriate statutes and rules, approves
or disapproves preliminary findings made by other division staff prior
to issuance; reviews all evidence in files prior to making assessment;
consults with claims adjusters concerning specific case or other related
matters, issues default orders based on non-participation by employer or
admission of liability during the investigative process, authorizes
docketing of cases with district court for enforcement of orders by the
county attorney in accordance with the Utah Code, participates in
special projects such as education of public regarding child labor laws.
Preference may be given to applicants with a juris doctorate degree or
other substantial legal training, with substantial administrative law
experience, or with substantial experience in conducting hearings and
issuing written hearing decisions. SUBMIT YOUR RESUME WITH A UTAH SKILL
MATCH COVERSHEET TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 2120
STATE OFFICE BUILDING, SLC, UT 84114. To express interest in this
position, email Mike Tribe at mtribe. at Utah.gov or call 538-3627.
Information regarding scannable resume and Utah Skills Match cover sheet
may be obtained by contacting the Department of Human Resource
Management, 538-3062 or at http://www.dhrm.state.ut.us. Closes:
September 26, 2003



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