Alachua County Board of County Commissioners
Gainesville, FL, United States
NOTE: TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS VACANCY, ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE AT: https://agency.governmentjobs.com/alachua/default.cfm
ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY : The Alachua County Attorney’s Office is seeking to fill three Assistant County Attorney positions. Active membership in good standing with the Florida Bar and experience in the relevant field of law as outlined required. Board certification in City, County and Local Government Law or the relevant area of law preferred, but not required. Salary range is $61,492.91-$98,508.38. Individual may be hired at the Senior Assistant County Attorney classification dependent upon experience and qualifications ($88,272.70-$149,976.94).
Employment Law Attorney: This position is responsible for providing legal advice to County staff on matters related to labor and employment law and equal opportunity, as well as to the County’s rights and obligations under its collective bargaining agreements with its three bargaining units. It is also responsible for providing advice and representation specifically to the Human Resources Department and Equal Opportunity Division and the boards and committees under their oversight; providing advice on administration of discipline; and representing the County in litigation related to labor and employment matters, including charges of discrimination, reemployment assistance appeals, federal employment discrimination lawsuits, arbitration proceedings arising under the County’s collective bargaining agreements, and impasse resolution proceedings.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in employment law. Public sector employment law experience preferred. Must be admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District at the time of hire.
Transactional/Real Estate Law Attorney : This position is responsible for reviewing all contracts and grants to be executed by the Board of County Commissioners, County Manager or staff; including, professional services contracts, complex construction contracts and contracts for services. In addition, this position is responsible for ensuring compliance with state and local procurement laws. It is also responsible for providing advice and representation to the following departments and/or divisions, including the boards and committees under their oversight: Facilities Management; Public Works Construction Inspection, Engineering, Fleet Management, Road & Bridge; Purchasing; Visitors and Convention Bureau. This position will also be responsible for legal oversight of transactions under the recently adopted Wild Spaces Public Places infrastructure surtax. Although primarily transactional, this position is responsible for litigation within the attorney’s areas of responsibility.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in government contracting or government procurement. Experience with real estate transactions and closings required. Eminent domain experience preferred.
Insurance Defense/Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorney : This position represents the County in all civil and administrative actions and appeals arising from claims against the County’s Self-Insurance Fund; provides legal representation to Constitutional Officers as required. This position is also responsible for Workers’ Compensation defense. This position additionally represents the County’s interests or the interests of Constitutional Officers, where required, in various other litigation matters, and provides advice and representation to Risk Management and the Alachua County Library District, an independent special district, and its governing board.
Minimum of 3 years’ complex civil litigation experience, including trial experience at both the state and federal level. Must be admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District at the time of hire. Knowledge of Workers’ Compensation defense required. Experience representing local government or a self-insured plan preferred .
In accordance with Florida Public Records Law all applications/records are open for public inspection.
Please apply on-line at http://www.alachuacounty.us/employment . Please direct inquiries regarding this position to (352) 374-5219. Application submittal deadline is February 17, 2016.
Applicants with disabilities will be accommodated in the application process. Preference in initial appointment will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of disabled veterans. ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT WILL BE CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST TDD (352) 491-4431 AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M.F.V.D.
Vancouver, WA , United States
Clark College is currently accepting applications for a full-time, administrative Associate Vice President of Diversity, Equity
and Inclusion. This position reports to the college President, serves as a member of the Executive Cabinet, and serves as
the liaison between the college and the community to support the College’s Social Equity Plan. The Social Equity Plan
includes goals related to: creating and sustaining an accessible and inclusive environment; improving intercultural
competency among employees and students; and institutionalizing hiring and retention practices that challenge systems of
power, privilege, and inequity. This position is significantly responsible for helping to achieve college goals for diversity and
inclusion under the direction of the President, and in collaboration with Executive Cabinet and Human Resources.
Clark College is an equal opportunity employer. Protected group members are strongly encouraged to apply. Clark College
does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender
identity, gender expression, creed, disabled veteran status, marital status or Vietnam-era veteran status in its programs and
activities. The college considers equal opportunity, affirmative action, and non-discrimination to be fundamental to the
mission, goals, and objectives of the college. All faculty and staff hired at Clark College are encouraged to embrace,
continually support and enhance diversity and equity on our campus and in our community. Questions regarding the
College’s Affirmative Action Policy may be directed to the Director of Human Resources, (360) 992-2105.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead, develop, and advance strategies of diversity and inclusion for the Clark College community by serving as a
trusted and knowledgeable advisor, advocate, resource and proactive catalyst, in partnership with faculty, staff,
students and community members.
Serve as a strategic partner and liaison with other college administrators and faculty to promote diversity, inclusion
and compliance as essential elements of Clark College’s vision, values, and core themes of the strategic plan.
Lead the college’s implementation of the Social Equity Plan.
Lead, develop, and support initiatives to eliminate student equity and achievement gaps.
Engage individuals and agencies outside the college community, including community leaders from all cultural
groups, civic and grass-root organizations, and local government. Develop strong partnerships with systemically
non-dominant groups in the community to promote equity and achieve mutual objectives.
Develop and implement institutional employee training to promote cultural understanding and competency and a
climate of equity and inclusion.
Analyze legislation related to equity, diversity, inclusion and non-discrimination and develop policy that ensures
equity in compliance with all legal requirements.
Develop recruitment and retention strategies to support a diverse workforce in partnership with Human Resources.
Serve as a member of the Bias-based Incident Response Protocol Team.
Resolve problems related to harassment and discrimination concerns in collaboration with departments, supervisors,
faculty and students, as appropriate.
Recruit, hire, train, supervise and evaluate Office of Diversity and Equity employees in accordance with negotiated
agreements, applicable state and federal laws and College policies and procedures.
Manage the department budget of approximately $400,000; including developing budget proposals, justifying
expenses and monitoring accounts.
Provide oversight of multicultural event programming.
Serve as a Deputy Title IX Coordinator to assist in the resolution of incidences of sexual misconduct, discrimination
and harassment in compliance with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws.
Perform related duties as assigned by the president and additional duties and responsibilities as may be required.
Other Work Responsibilities:
Maintains professional growth and development through seminars, workshops and professional affiliations to keep
informed of latest trends in field of expertise and areas of responsibility.
Create a safe, bias-free working environment, which engenders respect for differences.
Conduct self in a professional manner and ensure that all interactions are courteous, efficient and supportive of the
Available to travel, work evenings and weekends.
Provide leadership in accordance with the Vision, Values, and Core themes established by the college to achieve
Cultural competence as evidenced by a strong record of advocacy for the needs of systemically non-dominant populations.
Demonstrated ability to work well with people of all ages from academically, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds.
Possess a strong desire to build and maintain positive relationships with faculty and instructional colleagues, staff and administrators, and students.
Proven ability to employ effective critical thinking skills; seek resources or direction when necessary. Decision-making is logical and deliberate.
Track record of performing actions that demonstrate accountability. Exercise safe judgment in decision making. Practice within legal and ethical guidelines.
Demonstrated leadership experience and the ability to take initiative.
Excellent expressive and written communication skills, including the ability to engage in one-on-one settings and in public forums.
Demonstrated experience in effective problem-solving, especially in cases requiring quick action and resolution.
Proven ability to build relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders.
Demonstrated skill in developing effective, engaging training programs for employees, students and college patrons. Job Requirements: Minimum Qualifications:
Deep knowledge of and demonstrated leadership of diversity advocacy initiatives.
Three years of progressively responsible experience in a senior-level diversity-related position.
Previous experience working in a multicultural environment.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Problem solving skills including ability to find innovative solutions to a variety of problems.
Ability to work as a part of an administrative team and foster a team environment.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Title IX investigation, deputy, or coordinator experience.
Demonstrated experience and commitment to sustaining diversity initiatives.
Higher education administrative experience.
Demonstrated understanding of federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to antidiscrimination.
Salary Statement: $89,883 annually
Benefits include vacation/ sick leave; medical, dental, life and long-term disability insurance; retirement; and tuition waiver.
Required Online Application Materials:
Clark College Online Application
Letter of application describing background/ experience related to qualifications and responsibilities of the position
Unofficial copy of all transcripts/certifications uploaded with online application or delivered to the Human Resources office in person or by fax (360-992-2873).
Please apply online at www.clark.edu/jobs
To contact Clark College Human Resources, please call (360) 992-2105.
Required application materials must be completed and submitted online by 3 p.m., January 13, 2017.
Condition of employment:
Finalist(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check as a condition of employment. Completion of academic degrees will also be verified through receipt of official transcripts.
Upon request, accommodations are available to persons with disabilities for the application process. Contact Human Resources at (360)992-2105 or by video phone at (360)991-0901.
The security of all the members of the campus community is of vital concern to Clark College. Information regarding crime prevention advice, the authority of the Security/Safety Department, policies concerning reporting of any crimes which may occur on the campus, and crime statistics for the most recent 4-year period may be requested from the Clark College Security/Safety Department, (360) 992-2133. The most recent Annual Security Report can be viewed here: http://www.clark.edu/campus-life/student-support/security/report.php
If you are hired, you will need proof of identity, and documentation of U.S. citizenship or legal authorization to work.
CORRECTIONS OR EXTENDED NOTICES Corrected or extended notices will be posted online and in the Human Resources Office.
City of Portland
Portland, OR 97204, United States
Right of Way Agent I
SALARY: $20.08 - $26.91 Hourly
CLOSING DATE: 09/19/16 04:30 PM
Under general supervision, the Right of Way Agent I conducts routine right of way acquisition assignments which includes researching county assessor and other title records to determine ownership and encumbrances on properties; reviewing standard title reports for accuracy of the vesting and legal description of property; preparing legal descriptions and conveyance documents; and preparing street vacation petitions. To see the full announcement or to apply, please visit www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs.
County of Monterey Health Department
Salinas, CA 93906, United States
Monterey County Health Department seeks experienced Information Technology professionals for Business Technology Analyst (BTA) I and BTA IV.
BTA I (Salary Range $5,070 - $6,925 monthly):
The BTA I will report to the Departmental Information Systems Manager for the Health Department and will be a resource in defining, developing, and implementing information technology solutions to incorporation automation for efficiency proprietary to Health business requirements. The ideal candidate will be proficient in analyzing the departmental business processes, identify areas of efficiency and follow up with documentation, workflow development, and implement automation relative to areas of technology to support the seven Bureaus within the Health Department. The appointee will have strong interpersonal and communications skills both written and verbal and will participate as a resource in projects that involve a multi-disciplinary team that may include but not exclusive to individuals representing clinical, fiscal, technical, compliance, and community service.
The qualifications for this position may be acquired through a combination of experience, education, or training, typically
• Completion of all coursework leading to the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Computer Science, Office Automation or closely related field, including one year of experience analyzing business processes and information systems.
BTA IV (Salary Range $6,713 - $9,164 monthly):
The BTA IV will report to the Departmental Information Systems Manager for the Health Department and will be a resource in projects or lead multi-disciplinary project teams working cross functionally within the Department and across the County on projects related to data exchange and/or technology projects that support integrated services model. The appointee will also be required to understand and abide by the County enterprise requirements set by the County Information Technology Department while gauging the implementations, maintenance/support, and upgrades according to the individual needs of the Health Department Bureaus. The appointee will need to be able to participate as a resource in a multi-disciplinary team comprised of program, clinical, analysis, fiscal, and technical staff in support of all areas of Health Department activities.
The qualifications for this position may be acquired through a combination of experience, education, or training, typically
• Completion of all coursework leading to a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Computer Science, Office Automation or closely related field, including five years of progressively responsible experience performing business technology work demonstrating the required knowledge and skills of the position. Business Technology Analyst IV requires highly specialized knowledge and skill in one or more critical business applications of the highest level of complexity. Job Requirements: Compensation and Benefits
Additional Salary Information: The County of Monterey provides a competitive compensation and benefits package. This position receives the J Unit benefits package, which includes:
• Retirement: Retirement benefits provided through CalPERS. The County also participates in Social Security.
• Annual Leave: 22 days of annual leave are allowed in the first year; up to 35 days annually after 25 years
• Holidays: 10 paid holidays per year + 1 floating holiday
• Health Insurance: the County provides a Flexible Benefits Plan, which includes health, dental and vision coverage, as well as FSA
• Life Insurance: $20,000 Term Life Insurance Policy is provided
• Professional Development Stipend: $100 per calendar year
• Deferred Compensation; Voluntary program available
How to Apply
To apply, please visit the County of Monterey Job Opportunities page at
Priority Screening: 9/11/2016
Filing Deadline: Open until filled
Filing Deadline: 9/15/2016