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Key roles in this job include: - Development of financial goals and objectives in conjunction with management staff and clearly communicates goals and objectives to all Road and Bridge Staff. - Coordinates preparation and review of department budgets, business plans, and performance measures. - Analyzes and monitors department expenditures and revenues. - Research, design, implement, and maintain, departmental accounting systems. Click here to view the full job description.   This job might be for you if: - You pay close attention to detail - You have expertise with federal grant, governmental and cost accounting theory and practices - You look for ways to increase efficiencies and keep an open mind when presented with innovative ideas - You strive for continuous improvement and growth - You understand the importance of accurate and useful financial information - You believe that providing outstanding customer service is important - You are proactive in researching and problem solving - You can establish and maintain effective working partnerships Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in accounting required. - Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in governmental accounting or similar accounting duties. - Two (2) years supervisory experience   An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.    
Job ID
2020-4032
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$36.1613 - $50.6258
Closing Date
Open until filled
Department
Road & Bridge
Illustrative tasks in this role include: - Working as a member of the treatment team providing individual and group treatment sessions (based on your qualifications) to participants in our residential substance use, and aftercare programs. - Collaborating and partnering with external stakeholders - Facilitating a variety of client centered, gender responsive, substance abuse, mental health, trauma informed (if you are so qualified), cognitive restructuring, and life skills groups. - Conducting Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health Evaluations. - Screening of referrals for prospective participants in our programs. - Individual and relational therapy as appropriate. - Maintaining accurate client files.  To see more about this position, click this link for the complete job description.   Mission: Larimer County Community Corrections is committed to community safety and client accountability, providing innovative services, assessing risks and needs, and empowering clients to take responsibility.  We promote positive choices and internal change, resulting in reduced recidivism.   Vision: Larimer County Community Corrections is a professional environment where all individuals are treated with fairness, dignity, and respect.  We strive to promote self-improvement by reinforcing positive behavior, accomplishments, and accountability.  We are committed to fostering a sense of cohesiveness, trust, and collaboration throughout the department and our partnerships with the community.   Minimum Qualifications: - Experience with co-occurring treatment. - Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Sociology, Psychology, Social Work, Human Development, Criminal Justice, or related field with a Certified Addiction Specialist (previously CAC II or CAC III). - All required and elective Certified Addictions Specialist coursework, clinical experience, and examination. Master’s degree in related field and experience providing substance use treatment services may substitute for certification. - Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid Colorado Driver's License. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, Adult and Child CPR, AED, and First Aid certifications by date of hire. *Colorado's CAC program is changing as part of HB 20-1206.  We are monitoring those changes and will update our qualifications for this position, as necessary.   Preferred (but not required) qualifications and experience: - Previous experience providing substance abuse treatment in an adult correctional setting, adult or youth residential treatment program, community diversion program, or a related area. - Bi-lingual in Spanish preferred. - Master's Degree in related field preferred. - Certified Addiction Counselor III (CACIII) or Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) preferred. - License or certification in a recognized mental health field (e.g., LPC, LMFT, LCSW or Psychologist) along with CAC preferred Other Information to Note:  -  An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - The successful candidate for this position must be available to work weekends, evenings, and/or holidays to meet program needs. All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.   We look forward to hearing from you and cannot wait to have you join our team!  
Job ID
2020-4051
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$24.71- $27.18 DOE
Closing Date
10/26/20
Department
Community Corrections
The following statements are illustrative of the duties and responsibilities of the job. The organization retains the right to modify or change the duties and responsibilities of the job at any time.  Specifically this position:           - May exercise direct or indirect supervision over interns. - Assesses allegations including safety and risks of referral cases, completing intake and assessment, and conducting interviews with collaterals and victims. - Assesses strength and needs of at risk adult to include physical status, environment, finances, medical, and mental cognition. - Designs case plans to address and facilitate support network involvement, available resources, and coordinates client services and referrals. - Participates in new referral staffing; may be responsible for assessing new referrals and referring each case to an appropriate resource or caseworker. - Performs research to obtain additional information from other agencies and individuals as needed. - Provides crisis intervention and case management as needed to assist clients in decision making and problem resolution; acts as an advocate for client. - Coordinates client services and safety with other County departments and collateral professionals and agencies (i.e. law enforcement, medical and mental health personnel, and legal professionals). - Consults with other Caseworkers. - May initiate court actions to establish guardianships and conservatorships; prepares initial and annual court reports; monitors guardianship clients to assure basic and personal needs are met. testifies in court as an expert witness.                           To view the complete job description for this position, click here. This may be the position for you if: - You can remain calm in stressful situations and can analyze prior to reacting. - You have worked with worked with adult or disabled populations. - You have casework experience. - You have a sense of humor and enjoy laughing with coworkers. - You are a high achiever who is goal oriented and would be comfortable working on a team that pushes each other to perform well. - You are willing to be vulnerable at times and open to receiving feedback. Qualifications: - One (1) year of experience as a professional social caseworker in either a public or private agency after obtaining a qualifying degree. - A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with an equivalent of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours in human behavioral sciences or health care related courses, such as, social work, sociology, psychology, psychiatry, gerontology, nursing, special education, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures, therapeutic techniques, guidance and counseling, criminal justice, other human behavioral sciences, or a medical field relevant to the APS program and/or at-risk adults. - A Master's Degree in an appropriate field and defined above may substitute for experience. - Successful completion and certification by the Colorado Department of Human Services. required. - Maintain continuing education hours annually and comply with state training requirements. - Possession of a valid Drivers License by date of hire. Remote Work Statement:This position is required to work remotely for a portion of work hours. To work remotely, qualified candidates will need to have an adequate home or other remote workspace as well as reliable phone access and stable internet (determined by an internet speed test).  Other Items to Note: - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - All new employees and rehires will be required to submit fingerprints for a CBI criminal background check (c.r.s. 26-6-104) - Applicants must have access to the following items for reimbursed business use: a licensed, insured vehicle which seats three (3) passengers with seat belts and a mobile telephone.   All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.
Job ID
2020-4038
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$21.9073 - $26.2888
Closing Date
10/26/2020
Department
Human Services
The ideal candidate will understand web-based application development concepts, end to end testing and quality assurance techniques, and is motivated by improving the layout, usability and browser compatibility of web-based application user interfaces using CSS.  Knowledge of Angular/Javascript and .Net/C# is a plus. This position will: - Participate as a team member for coordinating, developing, and designing web-based information systems to solve business problems - Improve the layout, appearance and usability of web-based applications - Focus on applying Quality Assurance tools and techniques to improve user outcomes - Maintains and modifies existing applications - Confer with end users to understand and document their concerns using our systems - Writes new programs of low to moderate complexity and scope using standard procedures - Works with Senior Application Programmer Analysts and technical staff members in the development of highly complex programs or large systems - Work on and maintain County UI standards/templates for web-based applications Larimer County Offices are located in downtown Fort Collins, consistently ranked as one of the top small cities in the nation.  Fort Collins is one of the premier places to live in beautiful Colorado.   Larimer County is situated along the continental divide and provides an excellent blend of urban, rural, prairie, foothill, and mountain areas to support a healthy and high-quality of life environment.  Over 50% of Larimer County is managed as public land, including over 1300 square miles of United States and Colorado State Forest, Rocky Mountain National Park, and dozens of County and City recreation areas and open space.  This is a full-time, fully benefited position.   Qualifications: - Two (2) years utilizing Quality Assurance tools and techniques to drive improvements in software systems - One (1) years of experience programming web-based software solutions using CSS, Angular/JavaScript, .Net/C# or similar language - Two (2) years of system analysis and design experience - Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Computer Science, Information Systems or a related field. To review the full job description for this position, pleaseclick here.   Other Information to Note: - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked.  A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - This posting is “Open until filled” and may close at any time. Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-3797
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$75,912 - $89,715
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Information Technology
This position is responsible for: - Documentation. - Report writing and filing. - Web publishing. - Responds to requests for information from the public and the media; produces news releases and media briefings. - Managing, creating and updating spreadsheets. - Data entry collection and checking for accuracy. - Excellent communication both written and verbal. - Budgeting for the office. - Is able to wear many hats for the office. - Performs confidential and high-level administrative work on behalf of office and Assessor. - Meeting deadlines and assisting the office with meeting deadlines. - Assists with transparency to the community. - Excellent customer service skills. The ideal Candidate: - A self-starter. - Extremely detail oriented. - Positive and upbeat. - Can handle conflict or upset citizens. - Is able to wear many hats for the office. - Is a critical thinker and problem solver. - Enjoys communication.  - Is able to multi task and manage multiple priorities at a time. If this sounds like you, we would love to have you join our team!   Assessment testing will be administered to qualified candidates to be sure to check your email and spam folder regularly after applying.   Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED supplemented by additional office administration coursework required. - Five (5) years of experience in a directly related field or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities at a senior level required. An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.  
Job ID
2020-4046
Position Type
Part-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$27.00
Closing Date
10/26/2020
Department
Assessor
 Specifically this position: - Manages a caseload of approximately 100 + individuals on an HCBS waiver and or complete initial assessments for individuals applying for Long Term Care Medicaid programs - Provides crisis intervention as needed to assist individuals in decision making and problem resolution; acts as advocate for the individual - Assists individuals in determining services and supports to meet their needs in the community in an effort to prevent nursing home placement.  Assesses for NF placement when appropriate. - Coordinates services including scope and duration while ensuring timeliness of service delivery. - Ability to create a service allocation based upon functional need.   - Educates individuals regarding Medicaid benefits, programs and non-Medicaid services in the community. - Monitors individuals quarterly or more often to ensure the ongoing provision of need and satisfaction of services - Ability to embrace change and be flexible - Works cooperatively with internal  Department of Human Service agencies including but not limited to LTC Medicaid Tech’s, Adult Protection and Office on Aging. - Ability to work in various settings including but not limited to: Open office work environment, individual’s home and in the community.   Core Competencies: - Takes Initiative. - Works effectively on a team. - Maintains confidentiality as related to HIPAA - Addresses stress and conflict in appropriate ways. - Strong written and verbal communication skills with customers and team members. - Meets State and County established performance goals. - Works efficiently, uses problem solving and critical thinking skills. - Maintains positive and healthy interactions. - Can be a good steward of public resources. To view the complete job description for this position, click here.   CM 1 Qualifications: - Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Sociology, Psychology, Human Services, Social Work, Public Administration, or a related field. Applicants who will receive their degree within one semester/quarter will be considered for this position.  - Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Colorado Driver's License. - Complete training and/or certification as mandated by the assigned program. - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - All staff working in the Options for Long Term Care Unit will be required to submit information for a Colorado Adult Protective Services data system check (c.r.s. 26-3-1-111). CM II Qualifications: - Same as qualifications listed above for CM I plus one year of experience in a directly related field or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities.  All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.   Remote Work Statement: This position is required to work remotely for a portion of work hours. To work remotely, qualified candidates will need to have an adequate home or other remote workspace as well as reliable phone access and stable internet (determined by an internet speed test).  
Job ID
2020-4050
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$18.10 - $19.91
Closing Date
10/25/2020
Department
Human Services
Larimer County Department of Human Services is looking for a candidate with the ability to communicate professionally in person and in writing in order to verify the efforts made to identify concerns and help families work to resolve them. This includes testifying in Court if needed and diving deep with connections to families to try and avoid out of home placement and/or stranger care. The ideal candidate for this position is someone who is willing to be accountable through documentation. There are state mandates that requiring that the hard work of both the caseworker and the family are documented through extensive paperwork requirements. This role requires commitment to completing a thorough assessment of children’s safety which includes having difficult, truthful, and extensive conversations with multiple people in one given case until safety is established. It also involves assessing allegations of abuse/neglect, referring clients to appropriate services, collaborating with Law enforcement, schools, medical personnel, mental health agencies, the courts and providers caring for children.   Social Caseworkers work on child abuse or neglect cases and have decision making authority for developing appropriate case/treatment plans for child safety, permanency and well being.  They deliver or provide direct services to children and families and must work effectively with individuals and families under stress and difficult circumstances and with persons from diverse backgrounds. Individuals in this role will discuss, in detail, and work with families who are dealing with substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, multigenerational poverty, child abuse, child neglect and sexual abuse. The Social Caseworker II will coordinate resources for child protection, parent/child conflict, permanency planning,  and concurrent planning. Individuals in this role would also need to provide emergency and crisis intervention.    Core Competencies: - Takes Initiative. - Has a high tolerance for stress. - Works effectively on a team. - Addresses stress and conflict in appropriate ways. - Strong written and verbal communication skills with customers and team members. - Meets State and County established performance goals. - Works efficiently, uses problem solving and critical thinking skills. - Maintains positive and healthy interactions. - Has strong planning and organizational skills. - Is adaptable and able to facilitate change. - Is a good steward of public resources. Qualifications - To Qualify for a Caseworker I: - Completion of the State Training Academy - Direct experience is not required. - Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in a human behavioral sciences field. Examples of degree titles include Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Human Development/Family Studies. - In order to meet the minimum educational requirements of a human behavioral science degree, the applicant must have a degree with major course work (equivalent to 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours) in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques such as social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development. Click Here for the Social Caseworker I Job Description.   To Qualify for a Caseworker II: - Completion of the State Training Academy - At least one year of experience in case management in either a public or private agency, after obtaining a Bachelor's Degree* - A Master's Degree in Human Behavior Sciences can substitute for the required experience. *Examples of appropriate experience may include: medical social work, clinical experience, paid victim's advocate, residential child care experience, probation officer, law enforcement, domestic violence case manager, or other types of case management experience.    Click Here for the Social Caseworker II Job Description.   Other Information to Note:  - All new employees and rehires will be required submit fingerprints for a FBI criminal background check (C.R.S. 26-6-104) - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - Applicants must have access to the following items for reimbursed business use: a licensed, insured vehicle which seats three (3) passengers with seat belts and a mobile telephone. - This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool. COVID-19 Considerations: - Policies and procedures are changing rapidly due to COVID-19 so flexibility will be vitally important. - Social Caseworkers are required to respond to allegations of child abuse and neglect which means they will be interacting with families in person. - When not responding to situations in the field, Social Caseworkers are currently working from home.
Job ID
2020-4010
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$23.88 - $26.28
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Human Services
Successful candidates will work with Larimer County Criminal Justices Services at either the Alternative Sentencing Department or Community Corrections Department to supervise offenders as they complete a court-ordered custody or alternative jail program.  Tasks in this role vary based upon assignment but can include: supervision of offenders in a half-way house or work release facility, supervision of off-site work crews, monitoring offender living areas, monitoring and dispensing medication, conducting orientations to explain facility rules and procedures to offenders upon arrival at the facility, and numerous other tasks. Work in either Department will involve directly working with offenders in a criminal justice setting.   For a full job description to include: all duties, minimum qualifications and skills/abilities, please click the following link: Correctional Services Specialist I Job Description   Qualifications: - Experience in a directly related field or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities preferred. - Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. Related education or experience may be substituted on a year for year basis. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, CPR and First Aid certifications by date of hire. - Alternative Sentencing Department Only:  Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Colorado Commercial Driver’s License with passenger endorsement.  Driver's with a current CDL will be required to register with the DOT Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse as part of a conditional job offer.   This is a divisional posting for the Correctional Services Specialist I position, which will be used to create an eligibility list for future vacancies.  The eligibility list will be utilized as positions within the Larimer County Community Corrections Department and the Larimer County Alternative Sentencing Department become available.    Both departments are 24/7 residential facilities. Successful applicants must be able to work evenings, weekends, and overnight shifts. Must be able to work holidays.   May be subject to on-call/mandatory overtime.   Assessment testing will be administered.   This job is a DOT regulated position, if selected for this job title and offered a position within the Alternative Sentencing Department, the candidate will be required to comply with all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) regulations. As part of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) compliance, candidates offered a position at Alternative Sentencing must be registered in the FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse. Candidates that currently hold a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or Commercial Learner's Permit (CLP)at the time of the job offer may register in the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse at any time in this hiring process if not already registered. Candidates without a CDL or CLP at the time of the job offer must register once employed and in training, prior to moving into a safety-sensitive driving position.  To find out more information about the clearinghouse and how to register, click here.   An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.    All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.  We would love to have you join our team!
Job ID
2020-4061
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$19.02
Closing Date
11/2/2020
Department
Community Corrections
Tasks in this role vary based upon assignment and workers may be placed in an opening in one of several units including: Pretrial, Day Reporting Center, Transportation, LCCC Residential, or Work Release.  Work in any of these units would give direct experience working with offenders in a criminal justice setting.  Work tasks could include assisting with drug/alcohol screening, providing emergency and/or court transportation services, or various tasks to support each unit.  If you are looking for entry-level experience in a fast-paced environment that will offer opportunities for growth within the criminal justice field, this opportunity is for you.  This is an opportunity with various schedules available.   Follow the link to review the full job description to include: all duties, minimum qualifications and skills/abilities.    Click Here to View Job Description   Minimum Qualifications: - High school diploma or GED required. - Possession of a valid Colorado Driver's License. Preferred (but not required) Qualifications: - Three months experience in a correctional setting - English/Spanish bilingual  An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.    All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.   This posting is to fill one vacancy and create an eligibility list for potential future temporary positions in Community Corrections and Alternative Sentencing.   These are 24/7 residential facilities. Successful applicants must be able to work evenings, weekends, and overnight shifts. Must be able to work holidays.   May be subject to on-call.   We would love to have you join our team!
Job ID
2020-4059
Position Type
Part-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$16.2180
Closing Date
10/26/2020
Department
Community Corrections
Specifically, this role: - Investigates and follows up on reportable communicable diseases to ensure appropriate prevention, treatment, control and reporting; discusses findings with the team and records all findings appropriately. - Participates in surveillance, case and outbreak investigations, and response to limit the spread of diseases. - Interviews and counsels clients who are at risk for or have a communicable disease. - Coordinates with public health and community providers to maintain quality control of surveillance data. - Communicates with medical providers and necessary stakeholders to ensure appropriate follow up is completed. - Responds to calls from members of the public, health care providers, child care centers, schools and other stakeholders regarding communicable disease concerns; responds to phone and email inquiries from the public and medical providers. - Provides consultation, outreach, and patient education about communicable diseases to a diverse community.   To see the full job description click here.   The ideal candidate will: - Be able to conduct interviews of a highly personal nature and the ability to maintain a calm demeanor. - Have knowledge of communicable disease etiology, manifestations, progression, diagnosis and treatment. - Be self-directed. - Have an understanding of medical and drug terminology and general understanding of laboratory testing procedures. - Work in a culturally competent manner.   This position might be for you if you: - Take personal responsibility in providing exceptional customer service in order to promote and maintain a positive Public Health image, constructive working environment, and foster pride and professionalism in the workplace and community. - Perform duties independently and without close supervision. - Can multi-task, problem-solve, negotiate, provide effective conflict resolution, and coordinate several projects simultaneously. - Are willing to take instruction and feedback. Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree in public health, biological science, nursing or related field required. - Experience in a community health setting, disease investigation, public health, healthcare, community health or communicable disease surveillance preferred. - Clinical and patient education experience preferred. - Must possess and maintain a valid Colorado Driver's License.   An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   This is a temporary position working approximately 40 hours per week with no anticipated end date.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-4026
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$21.90 - $30.67
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment
Specifically, this role: - Conducts specimen collections using nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swabs at COVID-19 community testing sites - Utilizes a database to collect, review, and report testing information - Assist with various roles at the test site - Help set up and tear down test site - Communicates with the public about testing and results.  - Ensures safety guidelines, such as proper use of PPE, are followed when necessary    To see the full job description click here.   The ideal candidate will: - Be able to communicate with the general public in a calm and collected manner.  - Be self-directed. - Have an understanding of medical and drug terminology and general understanding of laboratory testing procedures. - Work in a culturally competent manner.   This position might be for you if you: - Take personal responsibility in providing exceptional customer service in order to promote and maintain a positive Public Health image, constructive working environment, and foster pride and professionalism in the workplace and community. - Perform duties independently and without close supervision. - Can multi-task, problem-solve, negotiate, provide effective conflict resolution, and coordinate several projects simultaneously. - Are willing to take instruction and feedback.   Qualifications: - Two (2) years of related experience required. - High School diploma or equivalent required. - Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid Driver's License required. - CPR certification   An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   This is a part time temporary position, anticipated to work under 30 hours a week with no anticipated end date.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-4028
Position Type
Part-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$19.92 - $23.89
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment
Specifically, this position will:   - Conduct outbreak investigations as assigned by the task force lead. - Follow up with employers, long term care facilities and other organizations who have a reported COVID case associated with them. - Serve as a general back-up to the task force lead. - Coordinates with state and local health departments, hospitals, and other partners to ensure timely disease reporting and appropriate specimen collection. - Assist in data entry involving outbreak investigations. - Participates in disease outbreak investigations, including collecting data from partner agencies, providing guidance and writing reports. - Assists in disseminating results of investigations, special studies, routine surveillance, and analyses of health outcome data. - Develop and provide reports from investigations to share with state and local health departments. - Participate in the communicable disease on-call program.   The ideal candidate will: - Have advanced organizational and teamwork skills. - Be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; familiarity with SAAS and Epi Info preferred. - Have knowledge of basic statistical procedures and data interpretation. - Have experience in public health and program implementation.   This position may be for you if you: - Have the ability to think critically about public health problems and develop collaborative solutions. - Are able to work in a culturally competent manner. - Have the ability to prioritize tasks efficiently. - Can communicate effectively. - Take personal responsibility in providing exceptional customer service in order to promote and maintain a positive Public Health image, constructive working environment, and foster pride and professionalism in the workplace and community. Qualifications: - Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in environmental or public health or science-based or health care professional field/discipline required. Master's degree of Public Health or Science in epidemiology, biostatistics, or closely related field preferred. - Three (3) years of professional experience working at a state or local public health agency, health care setting, or directly related field, with duties and similar responsibilities related to epidemiology, communicable disease and emergency preparedness and response required. - Possession of a valid Driver's License by date of hire required.   An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   This is a full time temporary position with no anticipated end date.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-3971
Position Type
Part-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$24.10 - $28.92
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment
Specifically this position will: - Educate partners on public health concerns to ensure compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols in Larimer County schools, businesses, and/or community settings. - Assess community concerns and needs, plans program goals and objectives of COVID-19 accordingly. - Develop and implements promotional strategies for COVID-19 education and acts as a department representative for community activities. - Collaborate with program staff and supervisor to evaluate effectiveness of COVID-19 prevention strategies. - Assist in the design, development, implementation, and promotion of COVID-19 prevention programs and services. - Identify health issues and needs and collaborates with community-based organizations and educates partners on health concerns regarding COVID-19. - Share COVID-19 information regarding relevant health care services and makes referrals to partners. - Advocate for public health services and programs for COVID-19. - Act as a resource or expert in COVID-19 for department and community agencies. - Performs other duties as appropriate or necessary for performance of the job. To view the full job description click here.   The ideal candidate will have: - A positive attitude. - Working knowledge of the COVID-19 response - Comfort interacting with the public and with community partners - Strong written and verbal communication skills. - Excellent customer service. - The ability to work well independently and with others. Qualifications: - One (1) year of experience in health education, non-profit services, health services, or a directly related field or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities required. - Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Health Education, Public Health, Health Science, or a related field. - Possession of a valid Driver's License within 6 months of hire required. - Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills preferred.   Other things to note: - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool. - This is a full time temporary position with no anticipated end date.  
Job ID
2020-4063
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$20.00-$25.00
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment
Specifically, this role:  - Develops and applies epidemiological approaches to understanding the distribution and determinants of disease in populations in order to generate knowledge to guide decision-making and prioritization surrounding LCDHE's efforts to improve COVID-19 response efforts. - Provides indirect or direct supervision over COVID-19 response team members. - Utilizes advanced mathematical and statistical methods using SAS or other statistical software to identify COVID-19 trends in the community. - Evaluates program effectiveness, assesses the needs of the community, and recommends improvements to COVID-19 response procedures and services to meet those needs. - Works with COVID-19 task force leads to plan, design, and implement program evaluation. - Conducts ongoing analysis of COVID-19 data in the community for the purposes of surveillance and community health assessment. - Assists with maintaining LCDHE's COVID-19 data dashboard. - Builds relationships and explores data sharing with community partners, professional groups, and the general public to assure that the COVID-19 public health data needs of the community are met. - Participates in the communicable disease on-call program.   To see the full job description click here.   The ideal candidate will: - Be able to communicate with the general public in a calm and collected manner.  - Be self-directed. - Have an understanding of epidemiology and data analysis. - Work in a culturally competent manner.   This position might be for you if you: - Take personal responsibility in providing exceptional customer service in order to promote and maintain a positive Public Health image, constructive working environment, and foster pride and professionalism in the workplace and community. - Perform duties independently and without close supervision. - Can multi-task, problem-solve, negotiate, provide effective conflict resolution, and coordinate several projects simultaneously. - Are willing to take instruction and feedback.   Job Requirements: - Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience in Public Health or Epidemiology or related fields required. - Three (3) years of professional experience working at a state or local public health agency or directly related field, with duties and similar responsibilities related to epidemiology or communicable disease surveillance. - Must be willing to work nights and weekends. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Driver's License required.    An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   This is a full time temporary position with no anticipated end date.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-3968
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$29.16 - $34.99
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment
Essential Responsibilities:   - Exercises direct and/or indirect supervision of other administrative or temporary staff or volunteers on the COVID-19 response. - Provides lead accountability for other employees within the COVID-19 work unit, which may include scheduling, assigning, and reviewing work, instructing/training in work methods, and providing input into hiring and performance evaluation processes. - Acts as a resource or expert in the COVID-19 program area, providing technical guidance to staff. - Coordinates administrative processes for the COVID-19 response to include recommending, developing, and implementing administrative policies and procedures. - Performs special studies and projects as assigned and required as part of COVID-19 response. - Coordinates and administers general administrative programs for the COVID-19 response; acts as main informational contact; ensures appropriate procedures are followed; makes recommendations for modifications to procedures for improved efficiency and operations. - Performs customer service duties for COVID-19 response; interprets County/departmental policies, rules, and regulations in response to inquiries; conducts necessary research; routes inquiries appropriately for more complex or technical matters; responds to customer complaints. - Accepts and processes plans, specifications, forms, reports, legal documents, applications, or similar materials in accordance with legal and procedural requirements; ensures information is complete and in accordance with legal and procedural requirements; approves or denies services based on documentation and COVID-19 program requirements. - Receives COVID-19 telephone calls and determines which calls can be handled personally and which should be referred; responds to a variety of informational and situational requests frequently requiring additional research.  - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   Qualifications: - Four (4) years of experience in a directly related field, or in the performance of similar administrative duties and responsibilities required. - High School Diploma or GED, supplemented by additional office administration coursework required.   To see the complete job description for this postion, click here.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.  
Job ID
2020-4066
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$23.00 - $28.00
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Specifically this role: - Performs customer service duties for the department on a regular basis; interprets County/departmental polices, rules, and regulations in response to inquiries; conducts necessary research; routes inquiries appropriately for more complex matters and interpretation issues. - Accepts and processes plans, specifications, forms, reports, legal documents, applications, or similar materials in accordance with legal and procedural requirements; ensures information is complete and in accordance with legal and procedural requirements; approves or denies services based on documentation and program requirements. - Receives telephone calls and determines which calls can be handled personally and which should be referred; responds to a variety of informational and situational requests frequently requiring additional research. - Composes and prepares replies to a wide variety of communications when information is factual in nature or involves matters of established policies, procedures, or standard practices; prepares original correspondence in response to customer and agency inquiries. - Enters data into and maintains computer systems or databases; proofs data entry and correct errors; runs standard and ad hoc reports as required; may act as computer liaison with other agencies and departments. - Establishes and maintains office filing systems, files, and records. Assembles information upon request; develops and maintains related forms and documents. - Schedules work orders, service calls, and other activities for departmental employees. Maintains activity and work logs. May dispatch other employees on a regular or emergency basis. - Calculates, collects, and processes application, service, filing, and work order fees. Maintains records and reconciles related accounts. - Administers non-complex administrative programs for the department. Acts as main informational contact. Ensures appropriate procedures are followed. Adjusts procedures as required. - Performs secretarial type duties as required including reception, typing, filing, mail processing, and similar type work. - Assists with training and work monitoring of new hires, temporary workers, and other department/division administrative employees. The successful candidate will have the following skills: - General office practices and procedures. - Skills in word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software, and databases. - Clear communication, both verbally and in writing. - Ability to maintain effective working relationships with other County employees, representatives of other agencies and organizations, and members of the community. - Regular, predictable attendance. - Interpretation and application of a variety of organizational policies and procedures. - Perform duties independently without close supervision. - Provide professional customer service to clients and public. - Maintain sensitive and confidential information. - Follow written and verbal instructions. - Organize material and present information clearly and concisely in verbal and written form. - Perform typing functions effectively and correctly, - Operate of standard office equipment including fax machines, copiers, and computers. - Basic accounting calculation skills including interest, percentage, decimals, and fractions. - Proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling. To see the complete job description for this position, click here.    An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. Successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result.   All application components must be submitted by 11:59 PM MT on the closing date listed.
Job ID
2020-4058
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$18.0244 - $21.6292
Closing Date
10/28/2020
Department
Health & Environment
If you are a self-motivated, positive team player who thrives in a fast-paced professional environment – we want to hear from you!  The successful candidate will be dedicated, assertive and possess exceptional interpersonal and problem solving skills.    The process of Election Administration is project driven and very detail oriented.  The position of Elections Technician provides support to and/or oversight for certain processes and may be required to take responsibility for the activities of temporaries.     To see the complete job description for this Elections Technician position, Click Here.   Qualifications:  - One year of experience in the elections arena or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities. - Equivalent to an Associates Degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field. The equivalent is one year of full-time, relevant experience to one year of the degree. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, voter's registration in the State of Colorado and Larimer County. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Colorado Driver's License. - Possession of, or ability to obtain, within one year, Colorado State Election Certification and/or maintain continuing education hours annually or as required. - Must be available to work evenings, weekends, and some holidays. - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check.  As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked.  A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time. This posting will stay open and active until a succesfull candidate has been selected.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-4001
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$18.0244- $21.6292
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Clerk & Recorder
 Specifically, an Equipment Operator Senior: - May exercise direct and indirect supervision over field operations personnel. - Complies with MSHA, DOT, Colorado 811 and other applicable safety regulations and procedures. - Ensures project rules, procedures, applicable laws and regulations are followed. - Ensures all work meets departmental expectations. - Establishes and maintains positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties. - Operates a variety of heavy construction equipment as assigned. Equipment Operator Seniors are expected to have a significant amount of heavy equipment operating experience. They operate the standard pieces of equipment, and must also must also be appropriately licensed and capable of productively operating the equipment included in the specialized category.   Standard Equipment: All vehicles requiring a Class “A” CDL and Backhoe/Excavator and Dozer Specialized Equipment: Chip Spreader, Vac Truck, Gradall. All equipment types included in lower classified positions (Journeyman Heavy Equipment Operator Series).   Click here to view the complete job description for an Equipment Operator Senior.       Qualifications: - High school diploma or equivalent. Each year of relevant progressively more responsible experience in the highway/street construction or maintenance field may substitute for one year of the education requirement.  - High School Diploma or GED Preferred. - Three years of heavy equipment operating experience in the road maintenance/road construction industry including asphalt roadway construction or maintenance, roadway structure construction or maintenance, road drainage structure construction or maintenance, roadside drainage systems, production of aggregate materials, hauling and placing of roadway maintenance and construction materials, and work zone practices. - Possession of, and ability to maintain a Colorado Class "A" CDL Driver's License with an “N”–Tanker endorsement and without the following restrictions: “L” -air brake, “O”–no/Trctr/Trlr restriction(s), "E" -No manual transmission, "X"-No cargo in CMV tank vehicle or "Z" - No full air brake equipped CMV. - Ability to obtain an “X”–Haz-Mat/tanker endorsement within six months of employment or within 6 months of turning 21 years old. - Possession of and ability to maintain a DOT Medical Certificate. - Ability to obtain a Colorado Flaggers Certification within six months of employment. Other Information to Note:  - To apply for this position you must complete the application. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the application. - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen and background check. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-3982
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$21.59 - $30.22
Closing Date
Open until filled
Department
Road & Bridge
We are looking for a skilled and enthusiastic person to join our group of dynamic professionals!   The Landfill Technician I TEMP provides direction to the public using the County Landfill facilities. This position also maintains the landfill as necessary.   Specifically this position: - Directs traffic on site. - Screens waste to keep Greenwaste free of contaminants. - Operates pickup trucks, tractors, mowers, vacuum trailer, and vacuum litter. - Hand picks litter. - General maintenance of landfill shop, fences, and buildings. - Performs other duties as appropriate or necessary for performance of the job. - Provide professional customer service to clients and public. - Effectively respond to conflict situations and people in conflict. - Read labels on waste materials. - Perform heavy labor in a variety of weather conditions. - Learn to operate light equipment. - Perform duties independently without close supervision. - Work weekends. To review the complete job description for this position, click here.    Qualifications: - One year of experience in a directly related field or in the performance of similar duties and responsibilities. - High School diploma or GED required. This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.  
Job ID
2020-3986
Position Type
Full-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$15.00 - $15.76
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Solid Waste
Specifically, this position: - Works collaboratively with the leadership team to direct the planning, development and implementation of a delivery system that provides cost effective, quality health care and disease prevention services through development, implementation and monitoring of strategic and quality assurance plans. - Participates on the Communicable Disease (CD) Team and, as needed, consults with community health care providers on outbreak situations and with individual patients who have communicable disease issues; works with communicable disease staff to issue medical/health alerts to health professionals and the public, as needed. - At the direction of the Public Health Director, advises the Board of Health, local, state, and federal policymakers, other officials, organizations, and agencies concerning public health matters. Collaborates and works with local, state and national organizations, community agencies and community leaders. - Performs direct medical services in department clinics as needed, including co-signing a defined percentage of reproductive health patient charts; serves as the medical consultant for clinical services and provides final approval for all protocols. - Provides consultation regarding public health services, including communicable disease surveillance, prevention, and control, public health emergencies, human health hazards, disease outbreaks, epidemics, pandemics, and threats to the health of the public. - Develops, reviews and approves LCDHE's clinical standing orders on a regular basis. - Works with office of communications to develop public health messages. Serves as a medical public health educator, including delivering lectures to community groups regarding health, health issues and programs as required. To see the full job description click here.   The ideal candidate: - Understands principles and practices of medicine and medical care, particularly public health-related medical services. - Understands principles and practices of public health, including epidemiology, health statistics, maternal and child health, reproductive health, nutrition, health education and promotion, environmental health, public health ethics, and health administration. - Has demonstrated knowledge of the regulations, laws and standards that relate to public health and medical practice. - Must possess the ability to interact positively with client populations, elected officials, managers, employees, health care and human services practitioners and community representatives from widely diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. - Demonstrated ability to effectively work with federal and state health agencies and community organizations. This position may be for you if you: - Have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to deliver presentations and relay critical public health information to a variety of audiences, including media. - Have experience with conflict management. - Have a professional attitude to cultivate relationships both within and outside the organization. - Prioritize and organize multiple tasks and complete projects in a timely manner. - Are flexible and reprioritize work as situations change. - Demonstrate sound judgment by taking appropriate actions regarding questionable findings or concerns. - Identify problems and work creatively to resolve them while considering the impact of actions on public health.   Qualifications: - M.D. or D.O. licensed to practice in the state of Colorado required. Graduate degree in public health or closely related field preferred. - Board certification in Public Health/Preventive Medicine or Primary Care specialty required. - Current Colorado medical license and unrestricted United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration required. Authorizes LCDHE to use Colorado medical license number to order pharmaceuticals, including vaccines. - National Provider Identifier (NPI) number required. - Enrolled and validated in CO's Medicaid enrollment system (DXC), have a current (active) Medicaid number, and become affiliated in the DXC system with the LCDHE clinics in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park required. - Authorizes LCDHE to use NPI and Medicaid provider number on Medicaid claims for LCDHE's clinic services. - Emergency preparedness training with at least with ICS-100, ICS-200, and IS-700 training. ICS-300 and ICS-400 training preferred. - Training requirements to be the Vaccines for Children (VFC) provider of record (POR) for LCDHE immunization clinics required. - CDC training to allow LCDHE to maintain its designation by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) as a Yellow Fever vaccine provider required. Other items to note: - An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment drug screen. As marijuana is an illegal substance under federal law, testing positive for marijuana (medical or otherwise) or any other substance for which the county tests, will result in the contingent offer of employment being revoked. A successful completion of the drug screen is defined as obtaining a negative result. - This is a  part-time position working approximately 10-15 hours per week. There is no guarantee of hours.   This posting is "Open until filled" and may close at any time.  Once we begin the interview process, we may not consider additional applicants unless a candidate is not hired from the interview pool.
Job ID
2020-3942
Position Type
Part-Time
Hiring Pay/Range
$90.00
Closing Date
Open Until Filled
Department
Health & Environment