HVAC Technician, Service Worker II, Core Services Practitioner
Company: Weld County
Posted on: December 9, 2018
HVAC Technician - The Buildings & Grounds HVAC Technician II is a service technician responsible for performing a variety of routine semi-skilled and skilled work related to HVAC maintenance and equipment operation.
Service Worker II - Pavement Management Division
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled work in the operation of heavy equipment, machinery, trucks, tools in construction and repair activities, and will be required to perform a certain amount of manual labor.
- Requires 2 years of equipment and/or truck operation.
- Concrete experience preferred.
- Must have a basic knowledge of road construction/maintenance procedures, perform work with little direction to aid in the efficient and effective completion of the project or assigned task.
- Must be available to respond to and work extraordinary hours during emergency events.
- Must perform work in a courteous, safe manner.
- Must be able to follow instructions from senior employees.
- Must perform work in a courteous and safe manner and maintain working relationships with co-workers.
- When contact with the public is required, the employee must maintain a courteous, helpful attitude.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Core Services Practitioner - Use expert clinical knowledge, training and expertise in casework to assist and guide caseworkers in exploring appropriate core services that will promote and assist caseworkers in establishing permanency for children. This will be completed through case group staffings and/or facilitations that may be facilitated by the Core Services Practitioner. All referred services will be tracked and monitored by Core Services Practitioner to ensure continual case review and evaluation of services.
Family Engagement Practitioner - Engage families and professionals in the casework process through promoting the safety, permanency, and wellbeing of children and families in the child welfare system during meetings. Ensure effective family engagement by assisting child welfare staff in actively collaborating and partnering with family members throughout their involvement with the child welfare system, recognizing them as the experts on their respective situations and empowering them in the process and is central to successful practice. Promote goal of family engagement by ensuring outcomes that include the development of a safety, permanency and supportive plan for the children/youth involved and a family plan that includes clear steps and outcomes that promote reunification and the prevention of future out of home placement and ongoing child protection involvement. This will be done through team decision making meetings, family team meetings, family finding meetings, group supervision, coaching workers, reviewing case practices and trainings for staff and other professionals.
Detention Deputy - Detention Deputy is an entry level law enforcement position in which you will receive training to competently work one of three general post assignments: booking, housing units, and roving. A Detention Deputy relies heavily upon interpersonal communication skills, physical techniques and tactics, and writing skills to safely, effectively, and efficiently manage jail operations. Jail operations include performing activities necessary to maintain the health, safety, security, and welfare of jail staff and incarcerated individuals (inmates). All shift assignments are on a yearly bid basis and we maintain jail functions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Patrol Deputy - A Patrol Deputy II is a law enforcement position that requires competency in detecting and investigating criminal activity; enforcement of local, state and federal laws; preparation of accurate reports to help in follow-up investigation, criminal and civil court, and in department investigations. Other duties may include serving civil papers, guarding prisoners, and assisting other agencies.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.
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