Friday, March 24, 2017
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.
Marin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Welfare Fraud Investigator
The Marin County Health & Human Services Department, Special Investigation Unit is currently seeking a Welfare Fraud Investigator interested in a full-time, extra hire opportunity. The ideal candidate for this position will have a combination of law enforcement experience and/or investigator experience with an emphasis in fraud investigations. Candidate must have experience in interviewing witnesses, and a working knowledge in utilizing law enforcement databases such as CLETS, CalPhoto, and county specific databases. They should be able to work in a high volume, fast paced work environment, be able to work with other investigators as a team and/or independently. They should be able to manage multiple and ongoing projects at any given time.
For more information about this position, please contact Carlos A. Gonzalez, Chief Investigator, via email at CaGonzalez@marincounty.org.
Communications Public Administration Internship
Undergraduate or graduate student with a media production and graphic design focus are invited to apply for a 6 to 12 month paid internship. Projects may include creating a Communications Handbook, designing infographics and other publications for print and web, assisting with social media accounts and production of budget publications. For more information and directions to apply, please see brochure. Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 14, 2017, or until position is filled.
Public Administration Internship
University seniors or recent graduates (within one year of graduation) are eligible to apply for this one-year paid internship. Projects may include analyzing data, surveys, and department budgets, and assisting with budget processes. For more information and directions to apply, please see brochure. Submit all materials by the application deadline: April 7, 2017.
Student must be finishing or have recently earned an MPP, MPA, or graduate degree in related field for a one-year paid internship. Intern assists with strategic recommendations, survey analysis, development of the County’s 2-year budget, and coordination of County-wide equity initiatives. For more information and directions to apply, please see brochure. Submit all materials by the application deadline: April 7, 2017.
Marin County Sheriff's Office Intern/Cadet
The Cadet/Intern Program offers college students a rewarding hands-on learning experience in law enforcement. Cadet/Interns are paid an hourly wage and work part-time from 16-25 hours per week depending on availability. New Cadets are typically placed at Step 3 of the salary range, $14.72/hr.
For more information on the Sheriff's Cadet, please see the brochure. To apply for the Cadet program, please complete an official application.
Please note: you must pass the Marin County Sheriff's Office drug standards in order to be considered for the program. Please read the Pre-Employment Drug Use Guidelines for more information.
Crisis Specialist/Licensed Crisis Specialist
Mobile Crisis Response Team, Jail Mental Health and Crisis Stabilization Unit
The Marin County Health and Human Service Department, Behavioral Health & Recovery Services is currently seeking licensed or license-eligible clinicians. These positions will provide coverage as needed. It is not necessary to be able to cover needs in all three units.
The ideal candidate has experience working in behavioral health crisis and/or forensic settings. You must able to work independently and as part of a team and be interested and willing to provide follow up support when indicated. Experience partnering with law enforcement and writing 5150 holds while not required, is highly desirable.
For more information about these positions, please contact Todd Paler, Program Manager, via email at email@example.com.
Mental Health Practitioner/Licensed Mental Health Practitioner
HOPE and Senior Peer Counseling Program
The Marin County Health & Human Services Department, HOPE and Senior Peer Counseling Program, is currently seeking Mental Health Practitioners interested in a full-time, extra hire opportunity. The ideal candidate for this position will have mental health case management background and will be comfortable working with a diverse and vulnerable older adult population. Candidate must have experience in home-based services and must be comfortable meeting clients wherever they may be. They should be able to work in a high volume, fast paced work environment and be able to manage psychiatric crisis.
For more information about this position, contact Jane Ireland via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, working in a multi-disciplinary team, have strong nursing assessment skills and are comfortable screening for medical and substance abuse issues. The RN will function as the registered nurse on duty at Marin County Psychiatric Emergency Services.
For more information about this position, contact Susan Davis via e-mail at email@example.com.