County of San Luis Obispo

Thank you for your visit to our website and your interest in the County of San Luis Obispo. Located on the coast halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, approximately 260,000 people call San Luis Obispo County home. San Luis Obispo County’s natural beauty includes beaches, lakes, mountains, wetlands, elfin forests, and state/county parks. San Luis Obispo County is home to California Polytechnic State University, Cuesta Community College, Hearst Castle, two of the 21 historical California missions, and a commercial airport. A perfect Mediterranean marine climate keeps San Luis Obispo sunny and warm year-round.

There is always something exciting going on in San Luis Obispo County, including plays, concerts, fairs, festivals, sporting events, holiday celebrations, special museum exhibitions and other events. Outdoor options abound.  The strong local economy is dominated by tourism, agriculture and viticulture, fishing, and a growing sector of information and technology businesses. The world-renowned California wine country of the Paso Robles wine region in North County and San Luis Obispo wine region in South County provide a California wine country tour experience that rivals Napa and Sonoma counties.

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Your Success is Our Success... The County of San Luis Obispo is one of the largest employers in the area with more than 2,800 individuals working to serve the community with pride to enhance the economic, environmental and social quality of life.

Employment with San Luis Obispo County offers a wealth of opportunities to serve your community while building a career. The County has a culture of innovation and has created a diverse workforce that practice collaborative approaches to providing essential services.  Committed to continuous improvement, the County has a robust Learning and Development Center that assists employees in acquiring skills and mastering industry Best Practices to achieve World-Class Organization status.

A Well-Governed Community is the vision of County leadership and we are committed to providing employees a competitive compensation program including a defined pension benefit plan, a defined contribution savings plan, flexible hours, commute assistance, health and wellness programs, and much more.

We invite you to view our current career opportunities and learn how to apply for a career in public service at the County of San Luis Obispo.  You'll soon find why residents of San Luis Obispo County enjoy an excellent quality of life in one of the most beautiful areas in the state. 

About Us

Our Human Resources team is dedicated to being a solutions-based resource for the County departments and their employees. We are committed to attracting and retaining a diverse, innovative, and a qualified workforce that provides quality service to our community.

To support the County in reaching its goals, the HR department provides the following services to all departments:

  • Recruitment and Selection
           
  • Labor Relations
  • Classification and Compensation
 
  • Benefits
  • Performance Management
 
  • Risk Management
  • Safety
 
  • Worker Compensation
  • Training and Development
 
  • Liability
  • Administer the Civil Service System, pursuant to the rules adopted by the Commission

Our team of HR professionals partner with Departments to assist in accomplishing specific department workforce goals, provide HR expertise, and lead change. Additionally, we are committed to supporting County employees throughout their career.

$74,422 - $100,526 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position San Luis Obispo (SLO) County, Information Technology Department, is looking for experienced SAP Software Engineers for either a II or III position classification (based on experience and qualifications) to join our SAP development team. As a software engineer you will be a key contributor delivering new product features and functionality to the County's SAP landscape and maintaining current applications.   THE DEPARTMENT San Luis Obispo County Information Technology Department (ITD) offers an exciting, fast-paced environment where exceptional performance is encouraged and rewarded.  ITD supports the countywide technology infrastructure and approximately 2,800 users.  We have a centralized project management team, as well as software, server and network engineer specialists.  This centralized career opportunity provides candidates the exposure of working with all our county departments; essentially 23 different industries.  The County supports a work-life balance, and provides a generous pension and an outstanding community environment.    The Ideal Candidate We are looking for creative and innovative software engineers who can contribute to the County by applying their skills in business systems and software engineering. We are seeking a developer who is more technically experienced and has an interest in working with clients.    Ideally, we would like candidates to have SAP experience.  However, if you are a fantastic developer and you have some experience, exposure or interest in learning SAP, and you have the interpersonal skills to work effectively with our functional team,  we encourage you to apply!   Ideal Candidates should : Have the ability to convert business into technical requirements Have knowledge of and experience with ABAP for use in programming for SAP Have knowledge of and experience with SAP integration with other non-SAP applications. Have a great attitude and a "get it done" mind set Have a strong sense of ownership of the applications and services you develop/maintain Have a high degree of self-motivation Have a desire to participate and learn new technology Have an education in computer science (BS/MS) or related experience Be detail-oriented, with strong analytical, problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills Have the ability to plan and execute work both independently and as a team member Have the ability to prioritize and manage several tasks at once Have good oral and written communication skills for meeting with customers, peers and managers   And, possess experience in one or more of the following: SQL Server, Business Warehouse, Business Objects, ABAP workbench, SAP Query, SAPUI5 Familiarity with one or more of these SAP Modules: Asset Management AM Accounts Payable FI-AP Benefits BN Business Intelligence / Business Warehouse Business Objects BI/BW/BOBJ Controlling CO Document Management System DMS Employee Self Service ESS Financial Accounting FI Funds Management FM Integrated Document Management (open Text IDM Inventory INV Purchasing MM-PU Organizational Management OM Personnel Administration PA Plant Maintenance PM Project Systems PS Payroll PY Security – EEC SEC Security – Business intelligence SEC-BI Time Management TM Flexible Real Estate RE-FX SAP Software Engineer II: Either A:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis).  OR B:  An associate's degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, two years of experience in analysis, programming, and/or database administration.   SAP Software Engineer III: Either A:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis) In addition, two years of experience in analysis, programming, and/or database administration. (A post-graduate degree in a related field may substitute for one year of the required experience).  OR B:  An associate's degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, four years of experience in analysis, programming and/or database administration.   Our Community Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, approximately 275,000 people call San Luis Obispo County home. Our County's natural beauty includes beaches, lakes, mountains, wetlands, and oak-studded hills. It is home to California Polytechnic State University, Cuesta Community College, Hearst Castle, two historical missions, a commercial airport, and a Mediterranean-like climate.  Residents rejuvenate themselves by enjoying the county's year-round farmers' markets, wineries, public trails, and cultural events.   Benefits : The annual salary is supplemented by a generous benefit package which includes: Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Participation in the San Luis Obispo County Pension Trust Retirement Fund Deferred Compensation Plan Flexible Spending Section 125 Plans Paid Personal, Sick and Vacation Days Paid Holidays Employee Assistance Program Staff Development and Education Allowance Post-employment Health Plan Alexander Rosario
$71,406 - $102,627 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County of San Luis Obispo is actively recruiting for Public Health Nurse I, II and Senior positions!   This recruitment may be used to fill future permanent, temporary, substitute or limited term vacancies within the County. Current vacancies are in the following areas of specialty : Field Nursing PHN:   The Field Nursing Program provide nurse visits in the home to eligible, low income families, pregnant women, infants and children. Two programs are included: Nurse Family Partnership helps first time mothers during their pregnancy and until their child turns 2 years old and Early Support Program which helps high risk pregnant and parenting families, such as teen parents, homelessness, mother/baby exposure to alcohol or drugs, domestic violence, foster care, child protective services, or medical needs.  Both programs provide guidance, resources, and community referrals to assist clients and families to have healthy pregnancy, childbirth and developmental outcomes. MCAH PHN:  This position is in the Maternal Child and Adolescent Health program and provides outreach related to maternal child health to community based organization and the community as a whole. The incumbent will work closely with the MCAH program manager to complete state guided goals and objectives. This position includes: active participation in substance use in pregnancy prevention campaigns, liaison between other county departments and community based organizations regarding public health activities that affect the maternal child health population, and SIDS coordination. CD PHN:  The Communicable Disease program provides mandated oversight and follow up of specific mandated communicable diseases. The position also performs clinical services including childhood vaccines, flu, and travel immunizations and provides education and follow-up with the community and medical community. CCS PHN:  The California Children's Services (CCS) program provides care coordination for children with special health care needs. This position frequently interacts with families, providers, and community-based organizations and involves considerable phone and computer work on a multitude of county and state systems. CCS PHN's determine client medical eligibility and case manage approximately 350-400 medically fragile children, evaluating providers' service requests, reviewing medical reports, and processing authorizations for providers, hospitals, and special care centers. HCS PHN:  The Health Care Services Division supports the expansion of coverage for low-income residents and the ability of the healthcare safety net to provide access to quality care for all County residents. The Division's Medically Indigent Services Program (MISP) assists low-income residents obtain healthcare coverage through Medi-Cal, Covered California insurance plans, or in MISP, a County program that provides limited, short-term coverage for medically indigent adult residents. This RN position works within MISP performing case management, utilization review, community collaboration, grant administration, quality improvement,  and serves as a health access navigator. HCPCFC (Foster Care) PHN:   The Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care (HCPCFC) provides expertise in meeting the medical, dental, mental and developmental needs of children and youth in foster care. Working closely with social workers and probation officers, the Foster Care PHN promotes access to comprehensive preventive health and specialty services, including medical and health care case planning, assisting foster caregivers to obtain timely health assessments and dental examinations, expediting referrals for healthcare services, providing medical education for the foster team members on the child's special health care needs, and participating in creation and updating of the Health and Education Passport. To view the complete job description click here for  Public Health Nurse I,   To view the complete job description click here for  Public Health Nurse II. To view the complete job description click here for  Senior Public Health Nurse.      The Ideal Candidate   The ideal candidate will be passionate about nursing and have knowledge of the principles and practices of a public health nurse.  Experience working with California Children's Services, Health Care Services, Maternal Child and Adolescent Health, Communicable Disease programs or as a Field Nurse a plus.   Candidates bilingual in Spanish are highly desirable. The Minimum Qualifications are : Public Health Nurse I:   Possession of a valid California license to practice as a Registered Nurse  AND  a California Public Health Nurse Certificate.  No experience required.   Public Health Nurse II:    Either A:  Two years of experience as a Public Health Nurse I;  OR B:  Two years of public health related experience in a public or private health care setting.   Senior Public Health Nurse:   Either A:  One year of experience as a Public Health Nurse II;  OR B:  Three years of public health related experience in a public or private health care setting.  (Possession of a California credential to practice as a school nurse or an advanced degree in public health nursing or a public health related field may be substituted for one year of experience.)   Alexander Rosario
$69,264 - $92,955 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position NOTE :  This recruitment is open until filled. The County of San Luis Obispo is actively recruiting for the position of Physical/Occupational Therapist I or II to work within the Medical Therapy Unit of California Children's Services.  This recruitment will address the need to fill current permanent vacancies, as well as to establish an ongoing list for future permanent, temporary, on-call, or substitute vacancies. The Medical Therapy Unit (MTU) provides occupational and physical therapy for children birth to 21 years of age who have eligible orthopedic/neuromuscular conditions.  Therapy is provided without cost to the family at one of the MTU sites located in Atascadero, Oceano, Paso Robles, and San Luis Obispo. The PT/OT works closely with the family, the pediatric orthopedist and others involved in the child's care to determine the child's needs and treatment plan and works with the child to improve independence levels. To view the complete job description for Physical/Occupational Therapist I,  click here . To view the complete job description for Physical/Occupational Therapist II,  click here .   The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of the therapeutic principles, techniques and equipment used in physical/occupational therapy, anatomy, physiology and basic pathology involved in diseases or injuries resulting in physical and mental handicaps.  We are looking for someone who is able to establish effective working relationships with families, clients, staff and other medical professionals. In addition, ideal candidates will be organized, have excellent communication skills, be able to follow written and oral instructions, and keep accurate records. Minimum Qualifications: Physical/Occupational Therapist I:   Either A:  Possession of a valid California license as a Registered Physical Therapist;  Or B:  A valid California license as an Occupational Therapist. In addition, for Occupational Therapists, a valid registration with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy. Physical/Occupational Therapist II:   Either A:  Possession of a valid California license as a Registered Physical Therapist;  Or B:  A valid California license as an Occupational Therapist. In addition, for Occupational Therapists, a valid registration with the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy. AND:  Three years of post licensure therapy experience (a Master's Degree in Physical or Occupational Therapy may be substituted for one year of the required experience.) To view the minimum qualifications for the Physical/Occupational Therapist I/II,  click here .   Alexander Rosario
$13.07 - $15.98 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Seasonal
About the Position   THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED.  APPLICATIONS WILL BE PROCESSED AS THEY ARE RECEIVED.  Under supervision, performs trapping activities for insects not known to occur in California and other pest prevention activities in accordance with guidelines provided by the State of California; and does other related work as required. Click here  for a full position description.    The Ideal Candidate You will work extensively with the public to obtain permission to place, maintain, inspect, and move traps in accordance with guidelines provided by the California Department of Food and Agriculture.  You must be effective at keeping records and be able to work independently. The ideal candidate will have a general knowledge of any of the following: Entomology Botany Biology Agricultural Science   Minimum Qualifications Graduation from high school or possession of a G.E.D. certificate.   Alexander Rosario
$10.50 - $14.27 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Temp to Perm
About the Position San Luis Obispo County Parks & Recreation Department is accepting applications for temporary/seasonal Park Aide I or II.  Park Aides perform a wide variety of seasonal unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled duties in the administration, operation and maintenance of county parks, beaches, open space areas, recreational areas, landscaped areas, buildings and other assigned facilities; and does other related work as required. Employees in these classifications are required to work irregular hours, holidays and weekends. New employees are required to complete INS Employment Eligibility Verification forms to certify citizenship or legal residency and authorization to work. These are temporary appointments without benefits or tenure. Candidate must also pass a County pre-employment medical exam.   Please ensure you provide a complete and thorough application that highlights the experience that makes you uniquely qualified to fill this position.   The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have experience in providing assistance to the public related to the operation and use of recreational and park facilities. Experience in cash handling as well as light maintenance work is preferred. Minimum Qualifications: Park Aide I: Graduation from high school or a GED equivalent. Park Aide II: Either A: Six months of experience in a related field; Or B: Completion of two years of college at an accredited institution with a major in recreation, park management, natural resource management, horticulture, forestry, or related field.  Demonstrated ability to perform typical tasks and pass written and physical examination.   Alexander Rosario
$95,609 - $120,931 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is seeking an Operations Manager to join our diverse and energetic team. San Luis Obispo is located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on the beautiful and friendly California Central Coast. The RTA is an integral part of the "SLO lifestyle," and serves residents of and visitors to the vineyards in North County, the secluded beach towns on the North Coast and the multi-faceted seaside communities in the South County. We invite you to become part of our values-based RTA Team. The RTA is comprised of three departments (Administration, Operations and Maintenance), and we operate out of four operating locations with our primary facility located in the City of San Luis Obispo, home of the Cal Poly University campus and named the Friendliest/Happiest City in America. The RTA directly operates intercity fixed-route services connecting communities in San Luis Obispo County, as well as ADA paratransit services complementing all four fixed-route service providers in the county. In addition, the RTA oversees local fixed-route transit services in the Five Cities Area (South County Transit) and in Paso Robles (Paso Express), and local specialized services in Nipomo, Shandon, Templeton and in communities along the breathtaking North Coast. We work closely with our partners at the City of San Luis Obispo (SLO Transit), Atascadero Dial-A-Ride, Morro Bay Transit and Ride-On (the CTSA in the County). ? Click here  to view the full job description. The Ideal Candidate As identified in the attached job description, the successful applicant will be responsible for providing department level planning, management and leadership to the Operations Department, while supporting the goals and objectives of the RTA and its subsidiary operations (Paso Express, South County Transit, and rural services funded by SLOCAT). The incumbent is responsible for the supervision of all Operations staff, performing administrative tasks, and developing and managing programs, policies and procedures to ensure that the RTA consistently provides high quality customer service. The incumbent will also assist in the development of and manage an annual $5 million labor and related expenses budget, and will coordinate with other RTA team members to meet program objectives. This opportunity is ideal for an experienced operations management professional with an interest in furthering their expertise in a regional public transit setting. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in transportation management or logistics, business administration, public administration or a related field, and six (6) years' increasingly responsible professional transit program experience, including two (2) years in a management capacity.   Alexander Rosario
$94,161 - $114,462 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County is looking for qualified Nurse Practitioners and Physician's Assistants for permanent and temporary vacancies with the Health Agency. Permanent Position at the Reproductive Health Clinic We are seeking a Full time Nurse Practitioner to join the dedicated health care team.  The Clinician in the Reproductive Health Clinic located in Paso Robles provides quality reproductive healthcare services for women and men. Services including annual exams, diagnosis, treatment, education and counseling for clients are in accordance with Program Requirements for Title X Funded Family Planning Projects.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Counsel and educate clients on reproductive health issues. Perform well woman exams including breast and cervical cancer screenings. Perform examinations for initial and returning family planning clients including pap/gyn, STI's. Provide a broad range of family planning methods (including natural family planning methods) and services (including basic infertility services). Insert and remove IUC's and contraceptive implants. Perform genital examinations, screen and treat STI's in male clients. Provide neutral, factual information and nondirective counseling on each of the options for pregnant women. prenatal care and delivery; infant care, foster care, or adoption; and pregnancy termination referrals Temporary Positions at the County Jail The County Jail is recruiting for a temporary Nurse Practitioner or Physician's Assistant to perform assessments, establish medical diagnoses, order and evaluate diagnostic tests and medications, and manage follow-up care for a jail population. This position will require 3-12 hours of work per week, which may include weekends and holidays, as available. Work shifts are scheduled in 3-hour blocks, one to four times per week.  After each work shift, candidates will be asked to be on call to answer questions and handle medical issues by phone that have resulted from patient contact with the clinic nurses for the duration of the day until the next clinic shift (the following morning). To view the complete job description,  click here .     The Ideal Candidate Must have excellent customer service skills and be committed to providing the highest level of customer satisfaction. Minimum Qualifications : Nurse Practitioner:  Pursuant to Section 2835 of the California Business and Professions Code, possession of a license to practice as a Nurse Practitioner from the California Board of Registered Nursing is required at time of application and must be maintained throughout employment. Physician's Assistant:  Pursuant to Section 3503 of the California Business and Professions Code, possession of a license to practice as a Physician's Assistant from the California Physician's Assistants Examining Committee of the Medical Board of California is required at time of application and must be maintained throughout employment.   Alexander Rosario
$66,248 - $105,081 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County of San Luis Obispo (SLO), Information Technology Department, is looking for an experienced Network Engineer to join the County's Network Team.  This position will be a key contributor to the team that oversees the County's enterprise network and telephony services across multiple locations throughout the County.  We are looking for a seasoned engineer who will help architect and support one of the largest enterprise networks on the beautiful Central Coast of California in downtown San Luis Obispo.    This is an opportunity to work with great people and technology, learn new skills through employer sponsored training and to support the community in an environment where you are not expected to work 50 or 60 hours a week.    The Department The County of San Luis Obispo Information Technology Department (ITD) offers an exciting, fast-paced environment where exceptional performance is encouraged and rewarded.  ITD consists of 85 staff within four (4) operational Divisions: Administration; Applications; Customer Service / Delivery; and Infrastructure.  ITD resources are operated and maintained in a manner that supports high availability for utilization and minimizes the risk of business interruption. ITD's focus is on developing a sustainable, customer focused environment to enhance and improve the quality of technology services used by County departments for the benefit of all San Luis Obispo County residents, businesses, and visitors. This career opportunity provides candidates the exposure of working with all our county departments; essentially 23 different industries.  The County supports a work-life balance, and provides a generous pension and an outstanding community environment.    The Job This position is part of the eight-person Network Team within the Infrastructure Division of the central Information Technology Department.  The Network Team manages all the data networking and telephony services across the County, which includes 150+ remote sites and provides secure connectivity to over 3,000 county employees and more than 5,000 network endpoint devices. The County WAN encompasses over 250 miles of private fiber, in addition to carrier-provided switched ethernet and leased data circuits to county facilities and external partner agencies.     Click below for detailed job descriptions: Network Engineer I Network Engineer II Network Engineer III The Ideal Candidate   The ideal candidate will have several years of networking experience, is a seasoned engineer adept at managing priorities, collaborating with teams and designing and maintaining robust enterprise networks.  YOU will also have a desire to be part of a team that likes to have fun, loves to learn (we pay for training!) and is always up for a challenge. Should have knowledge of and experience with: Cisco hardware and software Large, complex distributed networks – core or multiple core environments Network Protocols including MPLS and BGP Wireless LAN Cisco ASA security or other firewall platforms Cisco VoIP Work experience in public sector a plus Cisco Certification: CCIE or CCNP desirable And will have: A great attitude and a "get it done" mind set A strong sense of work ownership A high degree of self-motivation A desire to participate and learn new technology Strong analytical, problem-solving, and troubleshooting skills The ability to work independently and collaboratively Good interpersonal, oral and written communication skills  Minimum Qualifications: Network Engineer I:   An associates degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution; (Job related experience involving the analysis, installation, programming, application and/or troubleshooting of networking systems and related equipment may substitute for  the required education on a year-for-year basis). Network Engineer II: Either A:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis)  OR B:  An associates degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, two years of experience involving the analysis, installation, programming, application and/or troubleshooting of networking systems and related equipment. Network Engineer III: Either A:  Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis). In addition, two years of experience involving the analysis, installation, programming, application and/or troubleshooting of networking systems and related equipment. (A post-graduate degree in a related filed may substitute for one year of the required experience).  OR B:  An associates degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university or completion from a job-related, accredited vocational institution. In addition, four years of experience involving the analysis, installation, programming, application and/or troubleshooting of networking systems and related equipment.   Alexander Rosario
$103,084 - $125,299 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The Behavioral Health Department is hiring a full-time permanent Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.  The incumbent will be responsible for performing mental health evaluations including psycho-social assessments of patients, establishing psychiatric diagnosis, ordering and evaluating diagnostic tests and managing follow-up care, and other related work as required. For a complete job description, click  here . Note:  This recruitment is open until filled. The Ideal Candidate Candidates interested in this position shall have completed a California State Approved Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program.  Further requirements for this position are: - Pursuant to Section 2835 of the California Business and Professions Code, possession of a license to practice as a Nurse Practitioner from the California Board of Registered Nursing is required at the time of application and must be maintained throughout employment. - Possession of a Furnishing Number issued by the California Board of Registered Nursing is required at the time of application and must be maintained throughout employment. - A valid driver's license is required at the time of application. A valid  CALIFORNIA  driver's license is required at the time of appointment and must be maintained throughout employment.   Alexander Rosario
$32.62 - $44.55 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Temp to Perm
About the Position Mental Health Nurses provide psychiatric and other professional nursing care to mentally ill and emotionally disturbed patients; and do other related work as required.  Under general direction, the Mental Health Nurse provides a program of professional psychiatric nursing care, including psychotherapy treatment. Work assignments may involve the direction and supervision of other mental health workers. May act as a consultant and resource person for staff and community agencies. Responsible for completion of admission and discharge procedures including financial information. NOTE: This recruitment is open until filled, with need for shift, on-call, and weekend work.   *Names from this recruitment may be used for future permanent, part-time, full-time, substitute or other vacancies within the County. For further information regarding the County of San Luis Obispo, visit our website at www.slocounty.ca.gov , and click on career opportunities to view the job description. The Ideal Candidate Minimum Qualifications: A valid California License as a Registered Nurse is required at time of application. Mental Health Nurse I : Either A: Two years of experience in a mental health setting; OR B: Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited institution in Nursing and one year experience in a mental health setting; OR C: Master's degree from an accredited institution in Psychiatric Nursing or Community Mental Health Nursing and no experience. Mental Health Nurse II : Two years of experience as a Mental Health Nurse I, or a Mental Health Therapist II, or an equivalent position.   Alexander Rosario
$24,960 - $34,881 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Temp to Perm
About the Position   San Luis Obispo County Parks & Recreation Department is accepting applications for temporary/seasonal Lifeguards. Lifeguards can be assigned to a variety of County operated, pools, lakes and beaches.   Employees in these classifications are required to work irregular hours, holidays and weekends. New employees are required to complete INS Employment Eligibility Verification forms to certify citizenship or legal residency and authorization to work. These are temporary appointments without benefits or tenure. Must also pass County pre-employment medical exam. All prospective employees must submit to and pass screening under Public Resources Code Section 5164 in regards to criminal offenses.   Please ensure you provide a complete and thorough application that highlights the experience that makes you uniquely qualified to fill this position. For more information regarding Lifeguard I,  click here . For more information regarding Lifeguard II,  click here .   The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have experience as a lifeguard and possess the following certifications at the time of appointment: American Red Cross Lifeguarding, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and Title 22 (Advanced First Aid). All lifeguard personnel must pass both a written and physical performance test. Beach and lake lifeguards have additional testing.   Alexander Rosario
$45,718 - $64,334 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County of San Luis Obispo is actively recruiting for the position of Licensed Psychiatric Technician/Licensed Vocational Nurse I.  Incumbents in this position will be required to aid in the administration of medication to patients.  Therefore, a license to administer medication in the State of California is required at the time of application. This recruitment may be used for current vacancies at the outpatient/inpatient units of the Behavioral Health Division AND at the County Jail.   The eligible list may be used to fill other future full-time, part-time, permanent, temporary or substitute vacancies. For more information about Licensed Psych Tech/Licensed Vocational Nurse I,  click here . For more information about Licensed Psych Tech/Licensed Vocational Nurse II,  click here .   The Ideal Candidate Candidates with experience working in a 24/7 behavioral health facility or correctional institution, as well as those able to work a flexible schedule including NOC shift, weekends, holidays and stand by, are preferred.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREMENT:   Possession of a valid license as a Psychiatric Technician or Vocational Nurse issued by the State of California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians is required at the time of application and must be maintained throughout employment. LPT/LVN I:  Either A:  Active licensure as a Psychiatric Technician or as a Vocational Nurse with the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians.   LPT/LVN II:  Either A:   Active licensure as a Psychiatric Technician with the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians  AND  two years of post-licensure experience as a Psychiatric technician ; Or B:  Active licensure as a Vocational Nurse with the California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians  AND  2 years of post-licensure experience in the Behavioral Health field*.   *  For positions in Public Health clinics, the experience may be in the medical health care field. IMPORTANT:    When driving is an essential function of the position, a valid CALIFORNIA driver's license will be required at the time of appointment.   Alexander Rosario
$10.50 - $14.27 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Temp to Perm
About the Position   Do you enjoy making people happy?  How about working with a great team passionate about recreation?  You may be just the person we are seeking!  SLO County Parks is actively searching for part time employees to fill Dairy Creek Golf Course pro shop, outside services, or grounds maintenance positions and also Morro Bay Golf Course grounds maintenance positions.  No experience is required.   San Luis Obispo County Parks & Recreation Department is accepting applications for temporary/seasonal Golf Aide I and II. Golf Aides can be assigned to any of the County run golf courses: Morro Bay and Dairy Creek. Incumbents perform a wide variety of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled duties in the operation, and maintenance of county golf courses, open space areas, recreational areas, landscaped areas, buildings, and other related work as required.   Employees in these classifications are required to work irregular hours, holidays and weekends. New employees are required to complete INS Employment Eligibility Verification forms to certify citizenship or legal residency and authorization to work. These are temporary appointments without benefits or tenure. Candidates must also pass a County pre-employment medical exam.   Please ensure you provide a complete and thorough application that highlights the experience that makes you uniquely qualified to fill this position.       The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have experience in the use of hand and power tools used in the maintenance of golf courses including: mowers, trimmers and verticutters. Experience working cooperatively and effectively with the public is also preferred.     Minimum Qualifications: Golf Aide I: Graduation from high school or a GED equivalent.    Golf Aide II: A: Six months of experience in a related field; Or B: Completion of two years of college at an accredited institution with a major in recreation, park management, natural resource management, horticulture, forestry, or related field.  Demonstrated ability to perform typical tasks and pass written and physical examination.   Alexander Rosario
$86,777 - $105,497 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County of San Luis Obispo is offering a career opportunity for a registered Civil Engineer to join our APWA accredited Public Works Department.  The department is a professional team of 300 dedicated staff who serve the residents and visitors of the central coast.  Engineering positions are available on several project teams that plan, design, and construct public infrastructure projects throughout the county.  There are opportunities to work across the entire project delivery process on a range of capital improvement projects, including roads, bridges, drainage, flood control, airports, water and wastewater infrastructure. Positions in the Design Division will be part of a team of engineers, architects, and other technical professionals who are responsible for the engineering or architectural design and public bidding process of a wide range of infrastructure and facilities projects. This recruitment may also fill other positions or assignments in the Public Works Department including water and wastewater operations engineer, development review and plan checking, and capital improvement project management for water utilities, wastewater utilities, or airport facilities. Click here  for the full job description. The Ideal Candidate All Levels: Engineer I, II, III, IV:    Either A:   Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related engineering field (Job-related professional level civil engineering, traffic engineering, or land surveying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis);   Or B:   Possession of an Engineer in Training (E.I.T.) Certificate or Land Surveyor in Training (L.S.I.T.)  Certificate and four years of paraprofessional level civil engineering, traffic engineering, or land surveying experience. In Addition: Engineer III and IV:   Possession of a valid Certificate of Registration as a Civil Engineer or Land Surveyor issued by the California State Board of Registration  AND  one year of professional level civil engineering, traffic engineering, or land surveying experience.(Possession of a Master's degree in Civil Engineering or a closely related field may be substituted for the required experience.) AND: Engineer III:   One year of specialized professional level civil engineering, traffic engineering, or land surveying experience such as serving as a resident engineer on small construction projects, experience as an assistant engineer on major construction projects, or project leader on a design project. The ideal candidate must have practical knowledge and experience with general civil engineering practice, which can include project management, design, or construction engineering.  In additional to technical experience, the following professional traits are also important. The ability to work cooperatively within a multi-discipline team to meet goals and deadlines while producing a quality work product.  Good communication skills to express verbally and in writing the expectations or results of project deliverables. Self-motivated and proactive approach to completing assigned work, problem solving and taking on new opportunities. Alexander Rosario
$81,868 - $99,528 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position Are you currently enrolled in a POST academy or a recent POST graduate looking to start a career in law enforcement?     As a Deputy Sheriff with the County of San Luis Obispo, you are responsible for patrolling assigned areas for the maintenance of order and the protection of life and property.  This involves a wide variety of activities included, but not limited to, reporting to scenes of disturbances, accidents, or reported crimes, making preliminary investigations, issuing citations, and arresting lawless persons.  Additionally, you are involved in serving warrants and other legal papers, escorting and transporting criminals and psychopathic persons, and participating in raids.  In this role, you may act as bailiff in Superior Court or in Municipal Court. Click here  view the full job description. The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have excellent character, strong ethics and observing skills, and be adept in executing the basic principles of law enforcement, public safety, and personal security.  The ability to adopt quick, effective, and reasonable courses of action with due regard for the hazards and circumstances of a given situation, as well as understand and follow written and oral directions is key. Strong oral and written communication skills, especially with regard to writing clear and comprehensive reports is key. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school or possession of a general education development test certificate indicating high school graduation level or its equivalent as determined by the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training. Proof of minimum educational requirement may be required. Applicants must be in the process of obtaining or have successfully completed a Commission on Peace Officer Standard (POST) certified, regular basic course within the last three years.  Proof of graduation from a POST academy or current POST basic certification is required prior to appointment.  LICENSES/CERTIFICATES: A valid driver's license is required at the time of application.  A valid CALIFORNIA driver's license is required at the time of appointment and must be maintained throughout employment.  Note:  Proof of licensure/certification and educational courses must be submitted at the time of application.   Alexander Rosario
$34,424 - $54,100 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The Sheriff's Office is seeking a self-motivated, hard-working individual to fill the position of Cook! As a Cook, you will be responsible for preparing and cooking all types of foods in large quantities for the County Jail. This position involves working in a fast paced environment to follow recipes and prepare special diets as directed, using a variety of kitchen equipment such as blenders, mixers, grinders, and slicers. Additionally, you are responsible to ensure food is properly stored and leftover foods are used according to prescribed procedures, as well as ensuring dishes and equipment is properly cleaned. In this position you may be required to load and drive large transportation vehicles for purposes of delivering meals and you may also be required to operate communications radio.   Click here  to view detailed job description. The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have previous experience cooking large quantities of food and will be comfortable working in a kitchen environment for the Jail, directing the work of assigned kitchen staff and working on and with kitchen equipment and supplies.  A strong work ethic and communication skills are key.  The ability to understand and follow recipes, written and oral instructions, and keep simple records is a must, as is the ability to be a team player and work cooperatively with others, including resident inmates of institutions such as the County Jail.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Cook I:  One year of experience in commercial or institutional cooking or the equivalent combination of institutional/commercial cooking education courses and experience. Cook II:  Two years of experience in commercial or institutional cooking or the equivalent combination of institutional/commercial cooking education courses and experience.   Cook III:  Three years of experience in commercial or institutional cooking or the equivalent combination of institutional/commercial cooking education courses and experience.  At least six months of the required experience must have been in a correctional institution or similar secure detention facility with inmate/detained minor supervision responsibilities.     Alexander Rosario
$67,392 - $90,126 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position The County of San Luis Obispo is actively recruiting for Community Health Nurse positions in the areas of Field Nursing, Maternal Child and Adolescent Health, Communicable Diseases, and the California Children's Services!  This recruitment will address the need to fill current permanent vacancies, as well as to establish an ongoing list for future permanent and temporary vacancies and on-call or substitute positions. Current vacancies are in the following areas of specialty : Field Nursing CHN:   The Field Nursing Program provide nurse visits in the home to eligible, low income families, pregnant women, infants and children. Two programs are included: Nurse Family Partnership helps first time mothers during their pregnancy and until their child turns 2 years old and Early Support Program which helps high risk pregnant and parenting families, such as teen parents, homelessness, mother/baby exposure to alcohol or drugs, domestic violence, foster care, child protective services, or medical needs.  Both programs provide guidance, resources, and community referrals to assist clients and families to have healthy pregnancy, childbirth and developmental outcomes. MCAH CHN:  This position is in the Maternal Child and Adolescent Health program and provides outreach related to maternal child health to community based organization and the community as a whole. The incumbent will work closely with the MCAH program manager to complete state guided goals and objectives. This position includes: active participation in substance use in pregnancy prevention campaigns, liaison between other county departments and community based organizations regarding public health activities that affect the maternal child health population, and SIDS coordination. CD CHN:  The Communicable Disease program provides mandated oversight and follow up of specific mandated communicable diseases. The position also performs clinical services including childhood vaccines, flu, and travel immunizations and provides education and follow-up with the community and medical community. CCS CHN  – The California Children's Services (CCS) program provides care coordination for children with special health care needs. This position frequently interacts with families, providers, and community-based organizations and involves considerable phone and computer work on a multitude of county and state systems. CCS CHN's determine client medical eligibility and case manage approximately 350-400 medically fragile children, evaluating providers' service requests, reviewing medical reports, and processing authorizations for providers, hospitals, and special care centers. To view the complete job description for Community Health Nurse I,  click here . To view the complete job description for Community Health Nurse II,  click here . The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will be passionate about nursing and have knowledge of the principles and practices of professional nursing.  Experience working with California Children's Services, Maternal Child and Adolescent Health, Communicable Disease programs or as a Field Nurse a plus.   Candidates bilingual in Spanish are highly desirable. The Minimum Qualifications are : Possession of a valid California license as a Registered Nurse.  A valid driver's license is required at the time of application.  A valid CALIFORNIA driver's license is required at the time of appointment and must be maintained throughout employment. Community Health Nurse I:   Two years of professional nursing experience (A Bachelor of Science in Nursing or related public health/care field may substitute for one year of experience)   Community Health Nurse II:    Either A:   One year of experience as a Community Health Nurse I,  OR B:  Three years of professional nursing experience.  (A Bachelor of Science in Nursing or related public health/care field may substitute for one year of experience.  A higher level degree may substitute for an additional year of experience.)   Alexander Rosario
$12.00 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Intern
About the Position Are you passionate about the welfare of youth and dedicated to supporting their long term stability?  The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Social Services is seeking a Child Welfare Intern! When youth are placed in foster care, the Department of Social Services (DSS) must search for family Members in an effort to facilitate and support relationships and long-term stability. The Family Finding program intern will support this endeavor by participating in the following tasks: • Contact DSS staff to determine the status of requests and provide assistance with process • Enter/update information in database • Check, print and distribute database information • Contact DSS staff to determine the status of requests and provide assistance with process • Provide administrative support with outgoing written correspondence and tracking, including database entries and handling returned mail • Monitor and distribute electronic correspondence • Provide information to staff as to relatives who are offering/requesting contact or placement • Track data as to involvement of relatives who have offered/requested contact or placement • Organization of events as needed • other projects as assigned   The Ideal Candidate The Ideal Candidate will have an interest in Social Work/becoming a Social Worker and have an interest or experience in: • Socio-economic conditions and trends • Basic principles of individual and group behavior • Current issues in the field of social welfare • Principles of interviewing and problem-solving methodology • Automated office equipment • Basic public social service programs on the Federal, State and local level • Oral and written communication skills • General principles of public assistance policies and programs The Ideal Candidate will have the ability to: • Support and follow departmental policies, goals, guiding principles, and Mission - Vision - Values Statement • Establish and maintain the confidence and cooperation of clients, co-workers and others from a variety of socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds • Speak and write clearly and effectively . • Use automated office equipment. • Operate within appropriate confidentiality guidelines and within the National Association of Social Workers' Code of Ethics • Interpret to the applicant, recipient or others, public social services programs, procedures, and regulations • Apply existing laws, rules and regulations to social service department operations • Develop and maintain positive working relationships; communicate and work effectively with others • Foster a spirit of teamwork and support when interacting with staff and others • Maintain a safe and orderly work area
$15.60 hourly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority is looking for positive, courteous, dependable, professional people to safely operate RTA Buses, Paratransit Vehicles, and Trolleys in order to provide the highest quality of service to RTA customers and communities. RTA offers a full-time, comprehensive paid training program to selected candidates who demonstrate the aptitude, interpersonal skills and desire for a career as an RTA Bus Operator. Upon successful completion of the training program, operators will be assigned to part-time or full-time work shifts, as available. Click  here  for the full job description. The Ideal Candidate The Ideal Candidate possesses the following: A good driving record and valid California Driver's license Must be at least 21 years of age Clear speech Good motor skills, good hearing, accurate color perception Ability to apply proper driving procedures Ability to learn transit routes and schedules and adapt to changes; ability to read a map Ability to read, understand, and interpret transit system operating rules, regulations, policies, and routes Ability to assist handicapped passengers when needed Basic math and writing skills Spanish bilingual speaking skills Definition   The position of Bus Operator is responsible for the safe, dependable, and professional operation of RTA Buses, Paratransit Vehicles, and Trolleys in order to provide the highest quality of service to RTA customers and communities.   Typical Tasks and Representative Duties   Essential Duties:  (Other duties may be assigned) Operates assigned RTA equipment in a safe, reliable, professional and courteous manner Provides the highest quality of customer service to passengers and the general public Keeps scheduled time points per the printed run sheets and adheres to running time between time points Ensures customers pay appropriate fare or possess appropriate fare media Ensures vehicle has necessary schedules and customer information.Provides information to customers and the general public on RTA services as well as other services in the County. Ensures that vehicles are inspected before use and are safe.Inspects radio, farebox, and all onboard equipment to ensure that it is operable.When turning over the bus, trolley or paratransit vehicle to another operator, provides any information relevant on the vehicle condition Notifies dispatch of any accident, incident, equipment failure, or when there is an operating issue that would require a detour or that is out of the ordinary Follows all RTA operating policies and procedures     Employment Standards     Good driving record with no Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or similar charges; reckless driving, railroad crossing violations, failures to appear (FTA) or leaving the scene of an accident offenses. (Consideration may be given after ten (10) years) No more than a total of two (2) moving violations or accidents within the last three (3) years. No suspended or revoked licenses within the past 10 years for moving violations or violations of criminal laws. Any combination of violations, unfavorable road observations or accidents that indicates a pattern of unsafe vehicle operation behavior, whether on or off the job. Minimum of five years driving experience. Ability to perform simple math, write basic reports and understand motor vehicle regulations. Reasonable knowledge of the service area and ability to read basic maps. A background and reference check will be conducted.     Education and Experience   High School diploma/GED or job experience necessary to provide the knowledge and skills to perform the duties of Bus Operator.   Licenses and Certificates   Must maintain an active  CALIFORNIA  CDL with appropriate endorsements throughout employment; must pass a DOT physical and drug/alcohol screen prior to acceptance and annual/random drug/alcohol screens for the duration of employment with RTA.   Other Specifications   Work Environment:   This position may be required to work shifts, weekends and holidays.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be sitting for long periods while driving and is frequently exposed to work near moving mechanical parts and fumes or airborne particles. The employee is occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals; outdoor weather conditions and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.    Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use of hands and fingers, handle or feet reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. Position requires ability to lift, push, pull, assist and secure wheelchair passengers and minimum 50 lbs.  Visual acuity to determine color, depth and field of vision.     Alexander Rosario
$32,323 - $47,652 yearly
County of San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Jan 28, 2019
Full time
About the Position   The County of San Luis Obispo has an exciting opportunity for you to join our team! We are looking for professional and motivated team members with experience as an administrative assistant or experience with clerical tasks including computer skills.   This is a continuous recruitment and the list created will be used to fill permanent, temporary, part-time, and full time positions in various departments. Individuals who complete all steps of the recruitment and are placed on the eligible list will remain on the list for three months, and may be contacted as positions become available.  Click here  Administrative Assistant I full job description. Click here  Administrative Assistant II full job description. Click here  Administrative Assistant III full job description.   Candidates will be hired at the level (Administrative Assistant I, II, or III) based on experience and department need.    The Ideal Candidate   Preferred Qualifications: Professional Clear communication skills (verbal and written) Positive attitude Detail Oriented Customer Focus   Required Qualifications:  Graduation from High School or possession of a G.E.D Some positions may require valid Class C California Driver's License Administrative Assistant I: Either A:  6 months of experience performing duties comparable to Administrative Assistant Aide.  Or B:  One year of general clerical experience including word-processing/computer experience. Administrative Assistant II: Either A:  One year of experience performing duties comparable to Administrative Assistant I.  Or B:  Two years of experience performing a wide variety of clerical and administrative assistant duties including word-processing/computer experience. Administrative Assistant III: Either A:  One year of experience performing duties comparable to an Administrative Assistant II.  Or B:  Three years of experience performing a wide variety of clerical and administrative assistant duties including word-processing/computer experience.   Alexander Rosario