Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

CSEA JOB POSTINGS FROM DECEMBER 3, 2018 TO DECEMBER 14, 2018

 

Control No.

 

Title

 

Job Group

Class

235-18

 

COMMUNITY WORK ASSISTANT

IX

 

NC

236-18

 

CRIME ANALYST

X

 

C

237-18

 

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR (GRAPHICS)

XII

 

C

238-18

SENIOR LAW LIBRARY CLERK – CORRECTION

(TEMPORARY)

 

VIII

 

C

239-18

 

SENIOR SOCIAL CASEWORKER

(SPANISH SPEAKING)

 

X

C

240-18

STAFF ASSISTANT (MENTAL HEALTH)

VIII

C

 

TEAMSTERS JOB POSTINGS FROM DECEMBER 3, 2018 TO DECEMBER 14, 2018

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

241-18

 

CHIEF - MICROBIOLOGICAL SERVICES

XVI

 

C

 

noteS:  (1) Salary Scales for each title listed are on the individual corresponding JOB POSTING. (2) AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD10) AND/OR RESUME ONLY.

 

PLEASE NOTE, APPLICATION MUST BE SENT TO THE PERSON AND/OR ADDRESS INDICATED FOR EACH POSITION AS ANNOUNCED ON THE INDIVIDUAL CORRESPONDING JOB POSTING. ANY DOCUMENTS SENT TO THE WRONG LOCATION MAY NOT BE FORWARDED BY THE FILING DEADLINE.

 

THE POSITIONS INDICATED IN THIS IN-SERVICE PROMOTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES ANNOUNCEMENT ARE AVAILABLE ONLY AFTER PERTINENT ELIGIBLE LISTS HAVE BEEN EXHAUSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEW YORK STATE CIVIL SERVICE LAW AND WESTCHESTER COUNTY RULES.

 

FILING AN APPLICATION FOR A POSTING LISTED HEREIN DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE OR RELIEVE YOU OF THE REQUIREMENT TO FILE APPROPRIATE APPLICATION AND FEE WHEN THE CIVIL SERVICE EXAM MAY BE ANNOUNCED. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.WESTCHESTERGOV.COM/HR FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 

 

        C = Competitive (Requires participation in a Civil Service Exam at a later date)        

            NC = Non Competitive (Civil Service Exam not required)

       UNCL = Unclassified (Civil Service Exam not required)

  EXEMPT = (Civil Service Exam not required)

 

 

WESTCHESTER COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

235-18

 

COMMUNITY WORK ASSISTANT

IX

 

NC

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Personnel Director

Department of Social Services

112 East Post Road, 5th Floor

White Plains, NY 10601

 

Located in the Department of Social Services – Various Locations: Under general supervision, an incumbent of this class conducts a departmental community relations program with a targeted constituency or client group.  An incumbent is responsible for the development and implementation of a program to provide the community, public interest groups and constituents with assistance and advocacy in understanding and accessing various available County services; identifying demonstrated needs for new or improved services; and acting as liaison between departmental staff and the public.  Supervision is not a responsibility of this class.  Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: Possession of a high school or equivalency diploma and either (a) six years of experience where the primary function of the position was in community or public relations, community education or community services; or (b) six years of experience where the primary function of the position was administrative support which involved responding to inquiries from the public, community groups and advocacy groups; or (c) an equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (a) and (b) above.

 

SUBSTITUTIONS: (1) Satisfactory completion of 30 credits towards a Bachelor’s Degree* may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to four years of the above stated experience. (2) Satisfactory completion 30 credits towards a Master’s Degree* may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to two years of the above stated experience. (3) Verifiable volunteer experience in community or public relations, community education or community services may be substituted for an equal amount of the above stated required experience.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possess and maintain a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in the State of New York.

 

NOTE: The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE: Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

SALARY:

$ 56,590 - $ 70,565

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10)

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).


 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

236-18

 

CRIME ANALYST

X

 

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Pat A. D’Imperio, Jr.

Chief Administrator - DA

District Attorney’s Office

111 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, 3rd Floor

White Plains, NY 10601

 

914.995.3416

 

Located in the District Attorney’s Office – White Plains: Under supervision, an incumbent of this position, located either in the District Attorney’s Office or the Probation Department, performs systematic and analytical processes in order to identify patterns and trends in crime and criminal activities and provides information to assist operational and administrative personnel in developing strategies to combat and reduce crime, including: optimal deployment of resources for preventing and suppressing criminal activities, aiding the investigative process, increasing apprehensions, and clearing cases. Incumbents gather data and information from a variety of resources including computerized records, daily crime reports, information from other criminal justice agencies and community resources, etc., perform statistical analyses to evaluate and develop pertinent information on crime patterns, criminals and trends, prepare reports and disseminate crime-related data and information to management, patrol, investigative units, and other Westchester County law enforcement agencies. May participate in intra/inter-agency meetings and conferences, testify at court proceedings and make presentations as needed. Supervision is not a responsibility of this position.  Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: A Bachelor’s Degree* and either: (a) two years of experience working with and analyzing criminal information in a law enforcement agency which included using SPSS, ArcView/ArcGIS or other analytical software utilized for law enforcement purposes; or (b) two years of experience using SPSS, ArcView/ArcGIS, or other analytical software utilized for law enforcement purposes, which included responsibility for preparing and providing data, performing statistical analyses, creating tables, etc.; or (c) two years of experience conducting investigative work in or for a law enforcement agency which involved analyzing criminal information using SPSS, ArcView/ArcGIS, or other analytical software utilized for law enforcement purposes.

 

SUBSTITUTION:  Satisfactory completion of 30 credits* towards a Master’s Degree* in criminal justice, statistical analysis, or a related field may be substituted for one year of the above stated experience.

 

NOTES:  (1) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek. 

(2) Verified and documented volunteer (unpaid) experience will only be credited when specifically allowed by the job description or examination announcement.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$ 62,525 - $ 77,765

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10) AND RESUME.

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

237-18

 

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR (GRAPHICS)

XII

 

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Donna Montera

Department of Information Technology

148 Martine Avenue, Suite 107

White Plains, NY 10601

 

914.995.4995

 

Located in the Department of Information Technology– White Plains: Under general supervision, the incumbent of this class, located in the Department of Information Technology, is responsible for the creative design, research, presentation and effective implementation of approved visual projects for any County department across all mediums for visual display.  This is to include but not be limited to digital content, social media, web content and print material. The incumbent in this position assists in establishing presentation standards for the County’s visual content and ensures adherence to those standards in developing message content, working in collaboration with all County Departments and project stakeholders. This class differs from the Program Specialist (Graphics) in that the incumbent is responsible for leading more complex projects that have County-wide impact and farther reaching consequence in terms of message scope, timeframe and risk potential. While supervision is not a responsibility of this class, the incumbent does function as a subject matter expert when working with others on assigned projects. Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: Either:  (a) a Bachelor’s Degree* in Visual Arts, Communications, Marketing, Digital Media, Web Development, User Experience/Interface or closely related field, and three years of experience where the primary function of the position was the design, implementation and presentation of visual images and information for distribution across multiple platforms including web, digital media, social media, or print materials; or (b) a Bachelor’s Degree* and four years of experience as stated in (a).

 

SUBSTITUTION:  Satisfactory completion of 30 credits toward a Master’s Degree* in one of the fields listed above may be substituted for one year of experience.

 

NOTES:  (1) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek. 

(2) Verified and documented volunteer (unpaid) experience will only be credited when specifically allowed by the job description or examination announcement.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$74,255 - $98,980

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10) AND RESUME.


 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

238-18

SENIOR LAW LIBRARY CLERK – CORRECTION

 

VIII

 

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

James Birrittella

Chief of Administration

Department of Corrections

P.O. Box 389

Valhalla, NY 10595

 

914.231.1642

 

Located in the Department of Corrections – Valhalla (Temporary): Under general supervision, the incumbent of this class is responsible for maintaining the operation of an electronic law library reference service in the correctional facilities of the Department of Correction. In accordance with established policies and procedures incumbents are responsible for implementing and maintaining an inmate law library program which primarily uses electronic resources. Incumbents obtain and distribute current electronic and hard copy legal reference materials and provide instruction in the use of to pre-trial detainees and sentenced inmates. Supervision may be exercised over a small number of support staff, inmates assigned to the library, and/or volunteers. Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: Possession of a high school diploma or equivalency and four years of experience where a primary function of the position was providing legal research assistance to counsel or parties using computerized legal research systems such as Westlaw, Lexis Nexis, Justcite, etc.

 

SUBSTITUTIONS: (1) Satisfactory completion of 30 credits* towards a Bachelor’s degree may substituted on a year for year basis for up to three years of the above stated experience. (2) Satisfactory completion of a course of study at an accredited paralegal school* may substitute for one year of the above stated experience. (3) Satisfactory completion of 30 credits* leading to a Law Degree may substitute for one year of the above stated experience.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: At the time of appointment, candidates must possess a commission as a Notary Public, State of New York, qualified in Westchester County and maintain same while in the title.

 

NOTES: (1) Volunteer experience may be considered, but must be equivalent to a 35 hour a week, full-time position. Experience gained as a paralegal, must be full-time paid experience. (2) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$ 51,550 - $ 64,255

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10)

AND RESUME.


 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

239-18

 

SENIOR SOCIAL CASEWORKER (SPANISH SPEAKING)

 

X

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Personnel Director

Department of Social Services

112 East Post Road, 5th Floor

White Plains, NY 10601

 

Located in the Department of Social Services – Various Locations: Under general supervision, an incumbent of this class performs difficult social casework by evaluating the need for the type, level and range of services in the areas of child care, casework services to adults, families and/or children; and arranging for the delivery of services as provided under existing laws, rules, and regulations. Incumbents may be assigned to projects requiring the analysis and development of service delivery systems, and are expected to provide recommendations thereon. Assignments may also include more difficult casework services in child protective and emergency services requiring advanced level casework skills. Work is performed within the framework of laws, rules, regulations and guidelines, but with the expectation of independent initiative in case management, fieldwork and interviewing activities. This position also involves responsibility for acting in a leadership role by assisting with the training of new staff and providing guidance and expertise to existing staff on program and procedural changes, as well as providing interpretive and informational services. Supervision is not a responsibility of this class; however incumbents are expected to provide advice, guidance and leadership to other caseworkers and staff as the senior member of the unit and acts in the absence of the unit supervisor, as needed.  Proficiency in both English and Spanish is required in the performance of duties. Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: A Bachelor's Degree* and two years of professional social casework experience.

 

SUBSTITUTION: A Master's Degree* in Social Work may be substituted for the two years of professional casework experience.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

  1. Possession of a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in the State of New York will be required at the time of appointment in Social Services.  

 

  1. Candidates must receive a satisfactory clearance issued by the New York State Central Register of Child Abuse and Maltreatment and must consent to a background investigation in accordance with the provisions of the Child Abuse Prevention Act of 1985 and New York State Social Services Law.

 

**DEFINITION:  Social Casework is defined as maintaining a caseload of clients which includes making assessments for multiple services, coordination of services and performance of follow up visits to continually reassess client needs, and/or performing child welfare and/or child protective service functions including field visits, interviews and referrals of needed services.

 

Social Casework experience does not include determining eligibility for benefits, such as food stamps, medical assistance, housing, child support, emergency services, day care, HEAP assistance, etc., or coordination thereof.

 

 

 

CONT’D

 

 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

239-18

SENIOR SOCIAL CASEWORKER (SPANISH SPEAKING)

X

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONT’D

 

 

NOTES:  (1) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek. 

(2) Verified and documented volunteer (unpaid) experience will only be credited when specifically allowed by

the job description or examination announcement.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Candidates will be subject to a Spanish Language Oral Proficiency examination as prescribed by New York State Department of Civil Service.  Evaluation will be based on proficiency of listening and reading comprehension as well as oral communication.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$62,525 - $77,765

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10)

AND RESUME.


Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

240-18

 

STAFF ASSISTANT (MENTAL HEALTH)

VIII

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Thomas Poovappallil

Department of Community Mental Health

112 E. Post Road, 2nd Floor

White Plains, NY 10601

 

914.995.5160

 

Located in the Department of Community Mental Health – White Plains: Under general supervision, an incumbent in this class is responsible for performing administrative and staff support functions to implement the goals of the department. An incumbent may conduct special studies, prepare reports, make recommendations, concentrate in a specific area of the department, etc., and is expected to exercise independent judgment within established policies and procedures. The work may involve considerable interoffice and public contact.  Supervision is not normally a responsibility of this position but may be exercised over clerical personnel.  Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: High school or equivalency diploma and four years of experience where the primary function of the position was clerical, secretarial, office management, and/or staff or administrative support experience.

 

SUBSTITUTION: Satisfactory completion of 30 credits* may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to four years of the above stated experience.

 

NOTES:  (1) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek. 

(2) Verified and documented volunteer (unpaid) experience will only be credited when specifically allowed by the job description or examination announcement.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$51,550 - $64,255

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10)

AND RESUME.

 

 

 

 


 

Westchester County

Department of Human Resources

Civil Service

Job Opportunities

 

DATE: 12/3/18

 

POST UNTIL: 12/14/18

(Filing Deadline)

 

Control No.

Title

 

Job Group

Class

241-18

 

CHIEF - MICROBIOLOGICAL SERVICES

XVI

 

C

 

 

 

 

IF YOU APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPENING, YOUR APPLICATION (XD10 Form) MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATION BY THE FILING DEADLINE:

 

Peggy Schmidt

Department of Laboratories and Research

10 Dana Road

Valhalla, NY 10595

 

914.231.1752

 

Located in the Department of Laboratories and Research – Valhalla: Under the general supervision of the Pathologist/Medical Examiner, the incumbent of this class is responsible for supervising the operation of the Microbiology Laboratory and the Bio-Defense Laboratory of the Public Health Division of the Department of Laboratories and Research.  This includes technical services, evaluation and compliance of all diagnostic procedures and administrative activities such as work planning, employee evaluation and training program, facility design and development, and preparation of budget requests and justifications.  The incumbent is directly responsible for maintaining New York State Department of Health Laboratory approval for those disciplines under his or her supervision, and insures that the laboratory maintains a satisfactory performance rating for those disciplines granted by the State.  Supervision is exercised over a large number of professional and technical laboratory personnel.  Does related work as required.

 

REQUIRED: Possession of a doctoral degree* in a Biological Science, four years of clinical microbiology experience in an approved clinical, medical, hospital or public health laboratory, which must have included three years of supervisory or administrative experience, and  possession of a certificate of qualification from the New York State Department of Health in the categories of Bacteriology, Mycobacteriology, Mycology, Parasitology, Virology and Diagnostic Immunology and maintain the same while in the title.

 

NOTES:  (1) The number of years of experience required in the minimum qualifications is based upon the presumption of full-time employment.  Part-time experience will be prorated based on a 35 hour workweek. 

(2) Verified and documented volunteer (unpaid) experience will only be credited when specifically allowed by the job description or examination announcement.

 

*SPECIAL NOTE:  Education beyond the secondary level must be from an institution recognized or accredited by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as a post-secondary, degree-granting institution.

 

Filing an application for a posting does not substitute or relieve you of the requirement to file appropriate application and fee when the civil service exam may be announced.

 

SALARY:

$ 109,880 - $ 141,360

 

SUBMIT:

Application (XD-10) and Resume

 

INCLUDE THE CONTROL NUMBER OF THIS JOB POSTING ON YOUR APPLICATION (XD-10).

AN APPLICATION FEE IS NOT REQUIRED AT THIS TIME. PLEASE SUBMIT AN APPLICATION (XD-10) AND RESUME.