This position is located in the Social Services Division at the Glenn County Health and Human Services Agency; The Program Manager position has managerial and supervisory responsibility for County programs which provides direct service to the public or other public agencies. Program Managers are held accountable for the success of the programs and may act on behalf of the Department Head. The Program Manager II class is used to provide management and supervision of various units and/or programs. Some positions may have additional responsibility for administrative services units. This position exercises direct and in-direct supervision over professional, technical, and clerical staff. This position is full-time and scheduled for forty (40) hours per week.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
- Manage the daily work activities of programs such as, but not limited to, Child Welfare Services and/or Adult Services, Employment Services, and Eligibility Services programs, directly or through subordinate supervisors, by establishing performance levels, communicating goals and performance expectations, and monitoring and reviewing work to ensure conformance to established policies and procedures, and standards for quality and timeliness.
- Recommend and assist in the implementation of goals and objectives for department programs; establish schedule methods for services; implement department policies and procedures.
- Ensure that programs or work units are staffed with qualified individuals by resolving performance problems, documenting performance according to policy, training and developing staff, and assisting in the selection, hiring, and promotion of staff.
- Prepare or have a major role in the preparation of, the total program budget for assigned units and/or programs.
- Represent the department at community organizations, public gatherings and meetings.
The ideal candidate will, under general direction, plan, organize, direct, and control the activities and staff for a variety of County Health and Human Services Agency programs. This classification works under the direction of the Deputy Director or Director.
ARE WE A MATCH?
- You are able to monitor the activities in multiple programs or functions run by different subordinator managers or supervisors to ensure all activities are consistent with established policies and procedures, and the mission of the department.
- You have knowledge of program development, administration, and service delivery related to HHSA programs.
- You are able to select, supervise, train, and evaluate staff; plan and assign workloads clearly and effectively.
EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:
I- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in public health, health services administration, business or public administration, social sciences, psychology, counseling, social work or a related field, AND four (4) years of advanced journey level professional experience in a public or non-profit environment; including one (1) year in a supervisory or administrative capacity. OR, Master's degree from an accredited college or university in public health, health services administration, business or public administration, social sciences, psychology, counseling, social work or related field, AND two (2) years of advanced journey level professional experience in a public or non-profit environment; including one (1) year in a supervisory capacity or administrative capacity.
II- One (1) year of experience performing duties comparable to a Program Manager I; OR three (3) years of experience performing duties comparable to a supervisor in HHSA units and/or programs; OR a bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least two years of experience comparable to a supervisor of HHSA units and/or programs.
Possession of, or ability to obtain an appropriate valid California driver’s license.
13 paid holidays per year and an additional twenty-four hours of Holiday Leave. An employee must be employed the last working day before and the first working day after the holiday in order to receive holiday compensation. Employees on leave without pay shall not accrue holiday benefits.
88 hours (.0424 hrs. per scheduled hr. in paid status) per year during the first two years of service; 128 hours (.0616 hrs. per scheduled hr. in paid status) per year during years 3 through 12; 168 hours (.0808 hrs. per scheduled hr. in paid status) per year during years 13 through 20; 208 hours (.1000 hrs. per scheduled hr. in paid status) per year after 20 full years of service.
96 hours (approximately twelve working days) per year of paid sick leave.
Service is based on employment with Glenn County. The County shall provide a longevity differential above the employee’s base rate of pay for those employees represented by this unit as follows: after 10 full years of service 5%, after 15 full years of service 1%, after 20 full years of service 1%, after 25 full years of service 1% and after 30 full years of service 1% for a total of 9%.
40 hours with pay for each instance for immediate family members. Immediate family includes current spouse, registered domestic partner, children, step children, grandchildren, parents, stepparents, brothers, sisters, stepbrothers, stepsisters, grandparents, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, parents-in-law, stepparents-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, stepbrothers-in-law, stepsisters-in-law, grandparents-in-law or other person living in the employees’ household.
Glenn County contracts with PERS for medical insurance. The County pays a portion of the medical insurance premium based on the carrier and amount of the total premium.
The County pays the employee premium for a vision plan with Medical Eye Services (MES). The employee may enroll dependents at the employee’s expense.
GCMMA employees are offered a choice of two voluntary dental insurance plans; UNUM Dental Maintenance Plan and Guardian Dental Plan. The County pays a portion of the employee’s premium; the remainder is paid through payroll deduction.
The County offers three IRC § 457 voluntary Deferred Compensation Plans (tax deferred long-term savings plans): Voya, Nationwide and Edward Jones.
SHORT TERM DISABILITY:
The County coordinates with Short Term Disability Insurance for regular employees.
The County pays the premium on a $50,000 Group Term Life Insurance policy for regular County employees. The employee pays the premium for optional life insurance.
The County is in the Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) which is coordinated with Social Security. The employee is responsible for 100% of the employee’s contribution to PERS (approx. 8%). Unused accrued sick leave can be converted to service credit at retirement.
GCMMA employees participate in the Laborers’ International of North America (Industrial) Pension Fund.
Premium pay such as shift differential, bilingual and working-out-of-class pay may be paid depending upon the employee’s work assignment and class.
* Benefits are listed for full-time employees; certain benefits are pro-rated for part-time employees.
IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION
To apply for this job opportunity, please submit a completed County of Glenn employment application packet online at calopps.org or to the Personnel Department: 525 W. Sycamore Street, Willows, CA 95988 by
5:00 P.M., Wednesday, June 16th, 2021.
This recruitment may be used to establish a list to fill future vacancies for the next six (6) months.
Application packets must include the following
• A Glenn County Employment Application • Résumé
• Transcripts and/or Certificates • Cover Letter
The County of Glenn is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified individuals with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation during the application or selection process should contact the Personnel Department.
The above information is general in nature and does not constitute an expressed or implied contract. The County of Glenn has the right to rescind this recruitment at any time.