Thursday, September 3, 2015
WELCOME TO THE ONLINE EMPLOYMENT CENTER!
We are always searching for innovative, creative thinkers who are enthusiastic about their work and are committed to delivering excellence in serving the constituents of Marin.  If you would like to be a part of our team, consider one of the exciting opportunities below, or click on the 'notify me of new jobs' button above to be notified of future openings.
Director of Human Resources
The Human Resources Department is seeking a new director to lead this department in the provision of human resources management to all County employees in a consistent, efficient and excellent customer focused manner. The Director is a key strategist for the organization on human capital and serves as a member of the Administrative Services executive team which includes County Administrator, Finance, Information Services and Human Resources.
For additional information regarding this position, please see the recruitment brochure. If you wish to be considered for this opportunity, please visit the job announcement for more information including how to apply.
Director of Parks & Open Space
Marin County Parks
Marin County Parks is seeking a new director who has tremendous passion and love for parks and open space with the ability to inspire a shared vision of working collaboratively with an active and involved community. Marin County Parks oversees more than 15,000 acres of open space, 160 miles of public trails and 5 regional and 8 neighborhood parks. The ideal candidate will embrace the importance of access by a diverse group of recreational users and strive to balance enhancement, expansion and environmental concerns while still preserving the exceptional quality of life in Marin County.
For specific information on Marin County Parks, please visit the departmental page. If you wish to be considered for this opportunity, please visit the job announcement for more information including how to apply.
Chief Assistant Director
Information Services & Technology
The Information Services and Technology Department (IST) seeks to fill a newly created position and second in command, Chief Assistant Director.  Successful candidates will have experience managing the business of information technology, strong fiscal and business acumen, proven leadership experience, and excellent communication and customer orientation skills. This is a great position for the candidate who is looking to work for an innovative organization that has the resources to advance the County to the next generation of information technology.
This is an at-will, executive level position that reports directly to the CIO and acts as the Department Director in his absence.  This position is in charge of the technical services area, infrastructure and the data center, and provides administrative oversight and policy direction to the various divisions and organizational units within the Department.  The Chief Assistant Director assists with fiscal management of a $20 million budget, and oversees four direct staff, including one Deputy Director and two enterprise system managers, and a total indirect staff of 50 in a department of approximately 100 employees.  This position will build trust with internal and external staff, clients and partners, be a trusted right-hand person to the Department Director.  Job responsibilities include these core business functions managed under this position:
- Technical Services: Data Center/ Data Network including: Telephone Services and Customer Support - Help Desk and Service Agreements (this is a group of 4 staff supporting 3 departments on site)
- Shared Services: Project Management Office (PMO), Quality Assurance, Communication, Training, Organizational Change Management (to be developed)
- Business Office: Administration, Budget/Finance, Payroll, Human Resources, Contracts, Software Licensing, Logistics
CLICKHERE to review the full recruitment announcement.
Apply by August 28, 2015 for first consideration
Contact Wendi Brown with questions: 541-858-0376 (direct), or 866-929-WBCP (toll free)
Mental Health Registered Nurse
Psychiatric Emergency Services
The Marin County Health & Human Services Department is seeking Mental Health Registered Nurses interested in extra hire positions who have previous experience working in a mental health setting. The RN will function as the registered nurse on duty at Marin County Psychiatric Emergency Services. In this role the nurse will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team, including crisis specialists and a psychiatrist. The nurse will also work in cooperation with community partners. The nurse will perform nursing assessments and screen for urgent or emergent medical issues to determine appropriate level of treatment based on assessment findings. The nurse will administer medication, including I.M. medication, and will monitor for efficacy as well as adverse effects. The RN will participate in the application of physical restraints as required and will make use of crisis intervention skills and utilize management of assaultive behavioral techniques.
The ideal candidate will have work experience in a mental health setting, working with a multi-disciplinary team. The candidate will have strong nursing assessment skills and be comfortable screening for medical and substance abuse issues with somewhat limited supervision. The candidate must be comfortable administering P.O. and I.M. medication, and be familiar with effects of medication, especially psychotropic medications.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: One year of professional nursing experience OR successful completion of a 6-month mental health preceptorship. Work experience must be in a mental health setting appropriate to the assignment. Possession of a valid California Registered Nurse's license and possession of a current CPR certificate at least at the level of BLS for Healthcare Provider.
If interested, please submit an application by following this link:  Mental Health Registered Nurse Extra Hire Application.  If you have any questions about this opportunity, please send an e-mail to Vicki Martinez at email@example.com.
Marin County Juvenile Hall (Probation Department)
The Marin County Probation Department is seeking extra hire cooks to provide shift coverage for kitchen staff, who are responsible for preparing daily meals for the Juvenile Hall population. Staff work under minimal supervision, to independently prepare meals form recipes and according to the prepared meal plan. Staff are expected to maintain health and safety regulations in the kitchen facilities and will be responsible for the daily cleaning of cooking equipment.
Ideal Candidates have the equivalent of one year food preparation, service and clean up, preferably in an a large volume or institutional setting.
Staff typically work 10 hour shifts Sunday through Monday.  Chosen applicants will be placed on an on-call list and contacted to cover scheduled absences due to planned staff vacations, attendance at conferences and training and related absences.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: Successful applicants will be subject to a criminal records check. An applicant may be disqualified for past criminal convictions, providing false background information, and other reasons.
If interested or to obtain more information please contact Frank at 415-473-6712 or Samantha at 415-473-6310
Detention Nurse Adult or Family Practitioner
Marin County Jail
Please note this position works with adult incarcerated inmates and may work eight (8) up to thirty-two (32) hours per week depending on staffing needs.
The work week is Monday through Friday and the shift is typically 8 am to 4 pm.
BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: Successful applicants will be subject to a thorough and rigorous background investigation which may include, but is not limited to, a criminal records check, interviews with friends, relatives, neighbors and employers verification of DMV records and overall employment and education history.  An applicant may be disqualified for past criminal convictions, poor driving record, providing false background information, and other reasons.
DRUG USE STANDARDS:  No use of any illegal drug in the past three years. No felony drug use (e.g. cocaine, amphetamines, etc.)  in the past five years.  No hallucinogenics ever.  No intravenous drug use or drug sales ever. Applicants successful in testing will be given a polygraph examination and/or computerized voice stress analysis and will be asked about illegal drug use.
If interested or to obtain more information please contact Karl or Mark at 415-473-6651
Marin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Minorities, women and individuals with disabilities
are strongly encouraged to apply
The County of Marin will provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities in the examination process where appropriate.  Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process should contact Human Resources at 415-473-6104 or TTY 415-473-5780.