Saturday, February 28, 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 Child Support Services
The County of Marin is seeking a Director of Child Support services who is a recognized leader with a collaborative management style, superior people skills, and excellent presentation, public speaking, and overall communication abilities.  The ideal candidate will be able to thrive in a robust and complex environment and will be a creative, strategic, innovative, team-oriented, and self motivated leader that will continue the department's reputation of excellence.  Apply today to join this dynamic, innovative and successful agency that has been recognized at many levels in the State of California.  To learn more about the position, please view the brochure.
Apply by March 20, 2015 for first consideration
Email your cover letter, comprehensive resume and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org.  Confidential inquiries welcomed at 916-630-4900 to Heather Renschler, Ralph Andersen & Associates.
Assistant Director of Human Resources
We are seeking a knowledgeable and contemporary Human Resources professional with a proven track record in Human Resources operations to provide day-to-day operational administrative oversight to, and coordination between, the department's seven divisions.  This position requires a high level of skill in administration and management and requires initiative, judgment, discretion, confidentiality, and the ability to make independent decisions within established legal and policy frameworks.
Have you led teams in business process redesign efforts and in the development and implementation of systems policies and procedures?  Can you introduce creative strategies and innovative approaches to challenges?  Are you a resourceful problem solver with a strong focus on customer service combined with a high level of personal and professional integrity?
If you said yes to these questions and want to learn more, including how to pursue this unique and exceptional career opportunity, please view the brochure.
Apply by February 6, 2015 for first consideration
Email your cover letter, resume, including your current salary, and five work-related references to email@example.com.  Contact Paul Kimura with questions: 408-399-4424.
Mental Health Practitioner/Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
Access and Assessment Team
Marin County Mental Health and Substance Use Services (MHSUS) has an extra hire opportunity for a clinician on the Access and Assessment Team. This practitioner will provide telephonic information, screening and referral services as well as in-person assessments to Medi-Cal beneficiaries seeking mental health and substance use services. This practitioner will determine medical necessity for services and provide referrals and authorizations for treatment by county and contracted treatment programs. The ideal candidate will have excellent assessment, decision making, and problem-solving skills and be able to provide culturally appropriate assessment services to a wide range of individuals.
For specific information on the Marin Mental Health and Substance Use Services, please visit the departmental page. If you wish to be considered for this extra-hire opportunity, please send your resume to Dawn Kaiser at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 27, 2015.
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.