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									Open Job Listing for 11/30/2011

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Please read the following information which applies to all advertised
jobs, unless otherwise noted.

HOW TO APPLY
Unless otherwise stated in the job announcement, apply using the on-line
Fairfax County AIMS Resume Builder (www.fairfaxcounty.gov/AIMS). If you
have additional material, such as training certificates, references,
etc., you should bring these materials with you at the time of interview.
Resumes are accepted only for positions which are currently advertised
and for current eligible lists.
We do not accept hard copy resumes or resumes submitted via e-mail or
fax.

CLOSING DATE
The Closing Date for each advertised position is displayed in the job
list as well as the detailed job description. The closing date is the
date by which your resume must be submitted via the AIMS System in order
to ensure consideration for the advertised vacancy.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
In most cases experience can be substituted for education, and vice
versa, on a year-for-year basis, unless otherwise noted.

SELECTION PROCEDURE
The selection procedure involves an evaluation of relevant education and
experience and a personal/panel interview of top-rated applicants, unless
otherwise noted.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION
Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation during
the selection process. Please call 703/222-5872 (voice) or 703/222-7314
(TDD).

SALARY RANGES
Advertised positions generally list the recruitment salary range. For
most positions this range includes the minimum and midpoint salaries.

BENEFITS
Most positions advertised here are merit system positions funded for full
benefits such as health insurance, retirement, life insurance and paid
leave. Follow the link for details on Fairfax County's comprehensive
benefits program for merit system employees. If a position is not funded
for benefits that information will generally be included in the job
announcement.


MANAGEMENT, STAFF AND FISCAL SERVICES
11-2638 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT ANALYST (Management
Analyst III)-Department of Neighborhood and Community Services, $59,976
to $79,969, S27
11-2655 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT ASSISTANT (Management
Analyst II)-Department of Neighborhood and Community Services, $52,086 to
$69,448, S24
11-2572 FINANCIAL SPECIALIST III-Department of Tax Administration,
$59,976 to $79,969, S27
11-2624 TRAINING AND EXERCISE COORDINATOR (Emergency Management
Specialist II)-Health Department, $52,086 to $69,448, S24

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES


11-2593 BUSINESS ANALYST III-Department of Family Services, $59,976 to
$79,969, S27
11-2602 PROGRAMMER ANALYST IV-Circuit Court and Records, $65,908 to
$87,877, S29

CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES


11-2617 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT IV-Fire and Rescue Department, $37,556
to $50,075, S17
11-2587 OFFICE MANAGER (Administrative Assistant IV)-Fire and Rescue
Department, $37,556 to $50,075, S17

HEALTHCARE AND NURSING SERVICES


11-2564 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NURSE SUPERVISOR-Fairfax-Falls Church Community
Services Board, $57,160 to $76,213, S26
11-2619 HUMAN SERVICE WORKER II-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services
Board , $41,146 to $54,862, S19
11-1969 INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SPECIALIST II-Reannouncement-Fairfax-
Falls Church Community Services Board, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
11-2588 INTENSIVE CASE MANAGER (Mental Health Therapist)-(P/T)-Fairfax-
Falls Church Community Services Board, $23.84 to $31.78/hour, S23
11-2606 MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE THERAPIST (Substance Abuse
Counselor II)-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, $49,587 to
$66,115, S23
11-2435 MH/ID/ADS SENIOR CLINICIAN-Reannouncement-Fairfax-Falls Church
Community Services Board, $54,623 to $72,832, S25
11-2604 PACT SUPERVISOR/CO-OCCURRING SPECIALIST (Mental Health
Supervisor/Specialist)-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board,
$57,160 to $76,213, S26
11-1854 PHYSICAL THERAPIST- PEDIATRIC (Physical Therapist II)-
Reannouncement-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, $52,086 to
$69,448, S24
11-2621 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
11-2626 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
11-2639 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
11-2139 REGISTERED NURSE (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Reannouncement-
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, $52,086 to $69,448, S24
11-2565 REGISTERED NURSE    (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Fairfax-Falls
Church Community Services   Board, $52,086 to $69,448, S24
11-2576 REGISTERED NURSE    (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Fairfax-Falls
Church Community Services   Board, $52,086 to $69,448, S24

LIBRARY SCIENCES


11-2550 PAGE SUPERVISOR (Library Assistant II)-Fairfax County Public
Library, $35,831 to $47,775, S16

SOCIAL SERVICES


11-2598 CHILD CARE SPECIALIST I-Department of Family Services, $43,097 to
$57,462, S20
11-2637 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT DIRECTOR (Program
Manager)-Department of Neighborhood and Community Services, $70,488 to
$93,984, S31
11-2591 PROBATION COUNSELOR I-Juvenile and Domestic Relations District
Court, $43,097 to $57,462, S20

ENGINEERING, PLANNING, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


11-2600 ENGINEER IV-Department of Public Works & Environmental Services,
$65,908 to $87,877, S29
11-2414 PUBLIC TRANSIT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR (Transportation Planner
III)-Reannouncement-Department of Transportation, $59,976 to $99,960, S27
11-2592 SENIOR ENGINEER III-Department of Public Works & Environmental
Services, $62,867 to $83,823, S28

PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES


11-2217 9-1-1 DISPATCHER (Public Safety Communicator I)-Eligible List-
Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC), $38,038 to $44,034,
P15
11-9501 DEPUTY SHERIFF I-Eligible List-Office of the Sheriff, $46,189 to
$53,471, C17-2
11-9023 FIREFIGHTER/MEDIC-Eligible List-Fire and Rescue Department,
$49,855, F18
11-9550 POLICE OFFICER I-Police Department, $48,036 to $55,610, O17-2

TRADE, MANUAL AND CUSTODIAL SERVICES


11-2657 HVAC TECHNICIAN II-Facilities Management Department, $43,097 to
$57,462, S20
11-0457 INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN III-Reannouncement-May be underfilled-
Department of Public Works & Environmental Services, $43,097 to $71,828,
S20
11-2609 PLANT OPERATOR III-Department of Public Works & Environmental
Services, $43,097 to $57,462, S20
EXEMPT SERVICES


99-7000 OTHER NON-MERIT JOBS (INCLUDING SEASONAL)-(P/T)-Fairfax County
Government, salary varied, n/a



MANAGEMENT, STAFF AND FISCAL SERVICES


11-2638 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT ANALYST (Management
Analyst III)-Countywide Svc. Integration & Planning Mgmt. Div.,
Department of Neighborhood and Community Services, $59,976 to $79,969,
S27
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Note: This is a grant merit position with anticipated funding through
September 30, 2016. <P>Performs advanced professional-level work in
support of the Community Transformation Grant (CTG) to build community
capacity to implement policy, systems and environmental changes aimed at
improving the health of the community. Monitors, assesses and reports on
the activities related to the CTG. Designs and implements evaluation of
grant processes and outcomes. Leads development of an evaluation plan for
a Community Transformation Implementation Plan. Leads data collection
efforts. Liaises with multiple county agencies and external partners.
Researches and develops policy related to public health. Assists in the
planning, management and coordination of the Mobilizing for Action
through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) strategic planning process, and
all bodies of the Partnership for a Healthier Fairfax (PFHF), including
the Community Transformation Leadership Team (CTLT), PFHF's Steering
Committee, PFHF Community Coalition and PFHF subcommittees. Facilitates
capacity building, strategic planning and implementation efforts to
address current and evolving needs, and ensure grant outcome attainment,
including: meeting facilitation, community outreach, coordination,
research, data analysis, project management, evaluation, performance
measurement and other related work as required. Duties are performed
under the direction of the Community Transformation Grant Project
Director.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree in field related to the assigned
functional area; plus four years of professional work experience within
the functional area such as budgeting and financial management, contract
administration and business management, business administration, public
administration, mathematics, statistics or related field (such as public
health or human services).

Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in public health, public
administration or a closely related field is preferred; plus at least
four years of increasing responsibility in human services program
management or evaluation. Experience evaluating large health or human
services initiatives and/or federal grants. Proficient in the use of:
SPSS, SAS or similar statistical software; and Microsoft Access, Excel
and Word software applications.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check, and a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure: In addition to a panel interview, a written
exercise may be administered.

Note: Fairfax County received a CTG to build community capacity to
implement policy, systems, and environmental changes to improve community
health.

11-2655 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT ASSISTANT (Management
Analyst II)-Countywide Svc. Integration & Planning Mgmt. Div., Department
of Neighborhood and Community Services, $52,086 to $69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Note: This is a grant merit position with anticipated funding through
September 30, 2016. <P>Performs a variety of full-performance
administrative and professional work that is moderately complex in
administration functions related to the Community Transformation Grant
(CTG) that include: procurement and contract administration, information
technology projects, financial tracking and analysis and federal
compliance assurance. Assists with coordination of the Mobilizing for
Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) strategic planning
process, and all bodies of the Partnership for a Healthier Fairfax
(PFHF), including the Community Transformation Leadership Team (CTLT),
PFHF's Steering Committee, PFHF Community Coalition and PFHF
subcommittees. Provides assistance with capacity building, strategic
planning and implementation efforts to address current and evolving
needs, and ensure grant outcome attainment, including: community
outreach, coordination, research, data analysis, project management,
evaluation, performance measurement, database management, report
preparation and other related work as required. Duties are performed
under the direction of the Community Transformation Grant Project
Director.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree in the field related to the assigned
functional area; plus two years of professional work experience within
the functional area such as budgeting and financial management, contract
administration and business management, statistics, mathematics, or
related field.

Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in public health, public
administration, or a closely related field is preferred; plus at least
two years of increasing responsibility in human services program
management. Experience managing budgets, fiscal processes, and contracts.
Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing. Proficient in
the use of Microsoft Access, Excel and Word software applications.
Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check and a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure: In addition to a panel interview, a written
exercise may be administered.

Note: Fairfax County received a CTG to build community capacity to
implement policy, systems, and environmental changes to improve community
health.

11-2572 FINANCIAL SPECIALIST III-Department of Tax Administration,
$59,976 to $79,969, S27
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Serves as the agency revenue analyst with responsibility for the
research, forecast, analyses, presentation and tracking of the revenue
budget (in excess of $600 million) for the Personal Property and Revenue
Collections divisions. This includes the major tax types, such as
Personal Property, Public Service Corporations, Vehicle Registration, and
Business Licenses. Manages data files clean-up and statutory assessment
processes, and monitors billing cycles. Reviews billing report summaries
and Oath Sheets for accuracy for agency Director. Assesses the budgetary
impact of proposed state and local legislation by conducting complex
analyses. Serves as the agency contact for all revenue and statistical
inquires to include surveys and studies. Provides analyses of minor
revenue categories administered by DTA and other special studies as
needed. Duties are performed under the direction of the Assistant
Director.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience
equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree in accounting; or a bachelor's degree
in business administration or related field that has been supplemented by
at least six credit hours of basic accounting principles and concepts;
plus four years of professional-level finance or business administration
experience. A master's degree in a related field or CPA may substitute
for one year of experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Technical financial, accounting or revenue
analyses experience. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks. Excellent interpersonal,
verbal and written communication skills.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check and a credit check to the
satisfaction of the employer as a condition of employment.

11-2624 TRAINING AND EXERCISE COORDINATOR (Emergency Management
Specialist II)-Office of Emergency Preparedness, Health Department,
$52,086 to $69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/9/2011
Manages the Health Department's public health emergency preparedness
training and exercise program. Ensures compliance with all local, state,
and federal guidelines related to preparedness training and exercises
(e.g., NIMS, HSEEP). Conducts research, plans, develops, implements, and
evaluates preparedness-related trainings and exercises for agency staff
and MRC volunteers. Plays a key role in ensuring that the Health
Department and the county are prepared to respond to a wide variety of
natural and man-made disasters and emergencies, including bioterrorism
and natural disease outbreaks.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following:
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a
degree in business administration, public safety, emergency management or
related fields plus two years of professional work experience in
emergency management or public safety.

Preferred Qualifications: Extensive experience in and understanding of
public health emergency preparedness and response; with experience in the
design, development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of
emergency preparedness-related trainings and exercises. In-depth
knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS), the Incident
Command System (ICS), the National Response Framework (NRF), the Homeland
Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) and other recognized
standards and best-practices in public health emergency preparedness, as
well as the general fundamentals of emergency management. Experience
providing training to diverse audiences of adult learners; practical
experience and certification in teaching all levels of ICS, including ICS
300 and 400. Documented training in HSEEP and other recognized exercise-
related credentials (such as FEMA Master Exercise Practitioner).
Documented participation in a wide-range of discussions- and operations-
based exercises; proven ability to multitask and manage multiple
priorities, time-sensitive projects and deliverables; and ability to work
in a dynamic, emergency preparedness and response-focused environment,
including the necessity for after-hours and weekend work during emergency
incidents, trainings, and exercises.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   The interview process will include a panel
interview.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES


11-2593 BUSINESS ANALYST III-Self-Sufficiency Division, Department of
Family Services, $59,976 to $79,969, S27
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

This position is located in the Pennino Building in Fairfax, Virginia.
Provides technological and operational support to the Department of
Family Services' Self-Sufficiency Division. Serves as Lead Business
System Administrator for the division's electronic document management
system (Documentum), and the Harmony information system. Must be able to
provide comprehensive end-user support for both systems, and for the
usage of multiple Virginia Department of Social Services applications.
Serves as Project Manager for the development of moderate to complex
applications and system upgrades. Assists in resolving major issues,
policy conflicts, and other obstacles. Works with the Self-Sufficiency
Division management, the agency's Information Technology Manager, and the
DFS Information Technology Team to determine how to meet the needs of the
program area in regard to computer applications, both current and
planned. Performs business process analysis for continuous work process
improvements and identifies areas for functional and technological
improvements. Responsible for team building and developing effective
working relationships. Facilitates and resolves staff information
technology issues. Serve as liaison with the Department of Information
Technology, the Virginia Department of Social Services, and vendors in
regards to information technology initiatives, issue resolution,
upgrades, enhancements, and system integration. Supervises Self-
Sufficiency information technology staff. Consults with staff on database
design, creation, management, and maintenance of records. Evaluates
reporting needs and requirements and creates report packages. Writes
reports, instructions, and necessary system documentation. Delivers oral
and written presentations and updates.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and
training equivalent to the following:
Possession of a bachelor's degree in business, computer science or a
field related to the department where the information technology services
are being used; plus four years of experience analyzing business
processes and/or developing/maintaining the main
business system, technical platform or a related system.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of human services programs and
policies. Experience using information technology to streamline
organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Skill in communicating
technical ideas clearly and in translating user information requirements
for effective system use. Experience with Documentum/Prodagio, Virginia
Department of Social Services' computer systems. Working knowledge of
relational database management systems, network technology, database
structure, structured query language, and Crystal Reports. Good
understanding of Web technologies. Experience and proficiency using
Microsoft Office software applications including Word, Excel, and Access.
Solid understanding of software development life cycle and application
support. Ability to train employees in the use of hardware and software.
Proven leadership abilities in a team environment, excellent verbal and
written skills.

Special Requirements: Certain positions with financial responsibility
within this class may be subject to criminal background checks and/or
credit checks, a Virginia Child Protective Services Registry check, and
driver's license check as a condition of hiring and periodically
thereafter, as determined by the department head.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.
11-2602 PROGRAMMER ANALYST IV-Circuit Court and Records, $65,908 to
$87,877, S29
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Serves as the technical subject matter expert in managing complex
information technology projects and systems for the Circuit Court that
impact multiple agencies and outside users. Provides technical expertise;
evaluates system requirements and facilitates meetings with users, staff
and contractors. May prepare, review and/or design specifications,
including inputs and outputs, write processing requirements and
requirements for maintenance, enhancement, and development activities.
Prioritizes and coordinates multiple user requests. Plans, organizes, and
conducts systems analysis to evaluate administrative processes and
procedures within the Court. Troubleshoots problems regarding databases,
applications, networks, and development tools. Keeps abreast of new
technologies and participates in long-range planning of information
technology systems for the Circuit Court. Participates in the proposal
process from initiation to completion. Understands non-functional aspects
of the systems and databases including performance, scalability, security
and availability. Collaborates with contractors throughout the software
development life cycle (SDLC) phases and provide inputs on technical and
business needs. Evaluates and chooses technologies and/or commercial off-
the-shelf (COTS) products. Reports directly to the IT Program Manager I,
with project oversight by the appropriate project manager. Participates
on inter/intra departmental teams. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and
training equivalent to the following:
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a bachelor's
degree in information systems, computer technology, business, economics,
or related field; plus four years of programming/analysis experience
including one year of team lead or supervisory experience in a complex
information systems or automated business environment.

Preferred Qualifications: Extensive technical skills are required.
Ability to work on multiple projects and applications in a team
environment. Keen troubleshooting and problem-solving capabilities and
experience with being on-call for mission critical systems. Knowledge of
emerging technologies (SOA, cloud, virtualization) and how to best
implement them using best practices and industry trends for systems
design and development. Must be flexible, intuitive, self-motivated, and
demonstrate advanced interpersonal skills. Must be results-driven and
detail-oriented. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with
the ability to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical users
and staff. Experience with database management; Windows operating
systems; information technology project management for application
implementations and upgrades. Experience with system design and
development using Oracle, Microsoft SQL, ColdFusion, Input Accel, Visual
Basic, and dotnet. Experience in management of information technology
vendors/contractors; experience with meeting customer business
requirements and expectations through technical solutions; experience
with end user support (desktop) and creating or improving system reports.
Bachelor's degree in computer science, information technology, business
or closely related field and eight years of relevant work experience,
with at least three to eight years of experience in management, and/or
supervisory capacity. Knowledge of automated systems is highly desirable.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer
prior to appointment and be re-certifiable throughout employment tenure.
Some positions identified by departments must execute information
technology Employee Agreement acknowledging obligations under information
security and privacy requirements in light of broad access to systems and
data in the performance of job duties.

Selection Procedure: A test will be administered to assess technical
skills. Applicants may be required to provide examples of previous work
and/or design and documentation experience.

CLERICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES


11-2617 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT IV-Safety and Personnel Services
Division, Fire and Rescue Department, $37,556 to $50,075, S17
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Provides executive-level administrative support for the Deputy Fire Chief
of the Safety and Personnel Services Division. Proofreads and edits a
variety of documents based on excellent command of the English language.
Independently composes correspondence for review and signature by the
Deputy Fire Chief and section leaders within the division. Researches,
develops and prepares routine and ad-hoc statistical and managerial
reports. Establishes and maintains official division files and other
program filing systems. Reviews/posts manuals, reports, policies and
procedures. Maintains the Deputy Chief's calendar, plans/coordinates
meetings, takes minutes, records action items, performs follow-up,
documentation and distribution. Processes agency documents for the bureau
electronically, such as general orders, standard operating procedures,
and information bulletins. Develops and maintains databases for the
division. Documents and tracks personnel information related to
employees' injuries, illnesses, vehicle accidents, and driver's licenses
within the agency; and maintains strict confidentiality of all
information.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and
training equivalent to graduation from high school; plus three years of
experience providing administrative support.

Preferred Qualifications: At least one year of experience providing
administrative assistance to senior-level managers. Excellent verbal and
written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Administrative
experience in the areas of occupational health and safety (including
reporting requirements) and human resources. Ability to analyze
information and proficiency in use of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel,
PowerPoint and Access computer software.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.
11-2587 OFFICE MANAGER (Administrative Assistant IV)-Operations Bureau,
Fire and Rescue Department, $37,556 to $50,075, S17
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Provides executive-level administrative support for the Assistant Fire
Chief, Operations Bureau. Researches, composes, and prepares a variety of
documents for the Assistant Fire Chief, other divisions and offices
within the bureau. Proofreads and edits, based on excellent command of
the English language, correspondence and official documents leaving the
bureau and department. Assists the Assistant Chief in monitoring workflow
and deliverables from the divisions and offices within the bureau.
Conducts research and analysis of information as assigned by the
Assistant Chief. Develops and maintains databases and reports for the
bureau. Supervises administrative staff members and manages
administrative processes within the bureau. Coordinates and collaborates
business processes with senior administrative assistant in Fire Chief's
office and peer administrative assistants in other bureaus. Reviews/posts
manuals, reports, policies and procedures. Maintains the Assistant
Chief's calendar, plans meetings, takes minutes, records action items,
performs follow-up, documentation and distribution. Processes agency
documents for the bureau electronically, such as general orders, standard
operating procedures, and informational bulletins. Documents and tracks
personnel actions within the agency and maintains strict confidentiality
of all information. Is well versed on automated office processes and
technology.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience
equivalent to graduation from high school; plus three years of experience
providing administrative support including one year of supervisory
experience or successful completion of Fairfax County supervisory
development training and completion of a Fairfax County's Supervisory
Competency Certificate within one year of selection.

Preferred Qualifications: At least two years of experience providing
administrative assistance to senior-level managers. Ability to provide
specific examples of exceptional organizational skills. Strong
interpersonal skills, proofreading, written and communication skills.
Experience in supervising other administrative staff members and managing
administrative work processes in an active office setting. Proficient in
use of Microsoft Office Suite computer software.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure: As part of the interview process a practical test
may be administered. Panel interview.

HEALTHCARE AND NURSING SERVICES


11-2564 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH NURSE SUPERVISOR-Fairfax-Falls Church Community
Services Board, $57,160 to $76,213, S26
Closing Date: 12/2/2011
<FONT COLOR=RED><B>$2,000 Hiring Bonus (current county employees not
eligible) </B></FONT> <P>Exciting opportunity to work with a
multidisciplinary team to develop a new crisis stabilization unit at the
Fairfax Detoxification Center, in a community-based residential setting.
Staff is being enhanced and expanded to provide integrated services,
addressing substance use and mental health disorders as well as co-
occurring primary care needs. Programming includes medical and clinically
managed detoxification, acupuncture, and case management and referral
services. The nursing supervisor is responsible for clinical, medical and
administrative supervision of behavioral health nursing staff, as well as
medical supervision of the non-medical staff. Ensures 24 hour nursing
coverage for the unit. Educates the multidisciplinary staff and consumers
about medical issues, individually and in group and clinical sessions.
Directly supervises the Behavioral Health Nurse. Updates the medical
client list. Manages communication with medical contract beds at outside
facilities. Interviews and make hiring recommendations. Applicants must
be able to work as part of a treatment team which consists of substance
abuse counselors, mental health counselors, nurses, psychiatrists and
physicians.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following: graduation from an accredited
college or university with master’s degree in nursing; plus three years
of post-licensure experience as a nurse, in the specialty areas of
psychiatric mental health
nursing, substance use disorders, mental retardation, or relevant
clinical specialty.

Preferred Qualifications: Supervisory and extensive experience working
with detoxification or medical/surgical and psychiatric conditions.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check, OIG
check and a check of the Child Protective Services Registry to the
satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2619 HUMAN SERVICE WORKER II-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services
Board , $41,146 to $54,862, S19
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Community Services Board Financial Assessment and Screening Team Staff.
<P>Seeking team member for the new Financial Assessment and Screening
Team (FAST) to help the Community Services Board (CSB) realize its
mission-driven goal of promoting healthcare access for consumers and
their families while realizing maximum reimbursement for services
rendered. The team will conduct comprehensive interviews with consumers
about their health care coverage, helping them to evaluate their public
assistance options. Works at co-located service centers, assisting
consumers and their families in identifying available financial resources
to pay for CSB services. Facilitates applications for federal assistance
programs like Medicaid, Medicare Part D, Supplemental Security Income and
Disability Income, as well as enrollment in the county's Community Health
Care Network for primary medical care. Works in a highly collaborative
environment with a well-developed training curriculum, and receives
ongoing feedback from consumers, clinicians and many human service agency
partners. Closely aligned to two other CSB business areas: Revenue
Management and the Patient Assistance Program, the latter being the
pharmaceutical subsidy enrollment program. Duties are performed under the
direction of the CSB Healthcare Access Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and
training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree plus one year of professional work
experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Oral and written bilingual capability in
English and Spanish. Skilled in using electronic medical records.
Advanced skills in Excel and other Microsoft Office applications. Social
work experience a plus.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check, a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry, and a driver's license check to the satisfaction of
the employer.

11-1969 INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SPECIALIST II-Reannouncement-Intellectual
Disability Services, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board,
$49,587 to $66,115, S23
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Works as part of the Cooperative Employment Program, a collaborative
program operated by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board and
the Virginia Department of Rehabilitative Services, which provides
supported employment services to adults with intellectual disabilities.
Responsibilities include provision of job development, placement,
training, case coordination, travel training, case note documentation,
guidance and counseling, planning, developing and implementing vocational
and consumer-focused service plans. The office is located in Fairfax,
Virginia.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience
equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a
master's degree in psychology, social work, or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications:   Two years of job coaching experience.

Special Requirements: All employment offers are contingent upon the
completion of a criminal background check, an Office of the Inspector
General (OIG) check and a check of the Child Protective Services Registry
to the satisfaction of the employer. Must possess a valid driver's
license.

Selection Procedure: Panel interview; written exercises may be
administered at time of interview.
Note: This position requires some weekends, nights or holidays depending
on consumer's work schedule.

11-2588 INTENSIVE CASE MANAGER (Mental Health Therapist)-(P/T)-Fairfax-
Falls Church Community Services Board, $23.84 to $31.78/hour, S23
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Jail Diversion Program/Intensive Community Services. 20 hours per week.
Position is based at the Woodburn Mental Health Center; work occurs
primarily in the community and at the Fairfax County Adult Detention
Center. Evening work may be required based on program and consumer need.
<P>Provides intensive case management services to adult individuals with
serious mental illness/co-occurring disorders who are involved with the
criminal justice system. Works collaboratively with other members of the
Jail Diversion team as well as community-based partners, including mental
health support services, day programs, supportive employment and crisis
intervention services. Case management functions include engagement,
referring, linking and advocacy as well as provision of supports
necessary to support a range of recovery-oriented life management skills
to clients. Provides comprehensive assessment of clinical and case
management needs. Partners with individuals to develop and implement a
recovery-based treatment plan. Links individuals with entitlements and
benefits, and supports the client's maintenance of benefits. Provides
crisis intervention and stabilization services as needed. Documents
individual contact and services according to program, licensure and
Medicaid requirements. <B>Please note: </B>While this is a 20 hour-per-
week position, the appointee must be able to work four hours per day,
Monday through Friday, with hours set to maximize coverage to caseloads.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college with at
least a bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology,
counseling, nursing, plus two years of clinical experience or graduation
from an accredited college or university with a master's degree in social
work, psychology, sociology or counseling plus one year of clinical
experience. Clinical experience means providing direct clinical services
to individuals with mental illness and includes supervised internships,
practicums, and field experience. Additional education may not substitute
for clinical experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Ability and willingness to provide services
for the most acute mental health population.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check, an Office of the Inspector General
(OIG) check and a check of the Child Protective Services Registry to the
satisfaction of the employer. Valid motor vehicle driver's license
required.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2606 MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE THERAPIST (Substance Abuse
Counselor II)-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, $49,587 to
$66,115, S23
Closing Date:   12/2/2011

Exciting opportunity to work with the Hypothermia Program. Provides
services to the homeless population across the county at various
community settings, working with community partners and volunteers.
Provides mental health and substance abuse services to a co-occurring
population. Responsible for providing case management, assessments,
treatment planning, progress notes and clinical consultation to consumers
and partner organizations. Some evening hours and weekends will be needed
during the winter months.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience
equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a
master's degree in psychology, social work, or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications:   Master's degree in psychology, social work, or
a related field.

Special Requirements: All employment offers are contingent on completion
of a criminal background check, an Office of the Inspector General (OIG)
check and a check of the Child Protective Services Registry to the
satisfaction of the employer. Depending upon the area of assignment, a
National Provider Identifier may be required. A valid driver's license is
required.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2435 MH/ID/ADS SENIOR CLINICIAN-Reannouncement-Mental Health
Services/Youth and Families, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services
Board, $54,623 to $72,832, S25
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Northwest Teen Alternative Program/ Northwest Mental Health Center,
Reston, Virginia. Be part of an innovative, dynamic team providing
adolescent and family treatment. Performs group, individual, and family
therapy. Co-leads a weekly parent group, supervises clinical staff as
needed, and consults with clinical teams. Case management and program
evaluation and development experience is necessary.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college with at
least a master's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or
nursing;
plus two years of clinical experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Three years of experience in mental MH/ADS
working with emotionally disturbed adolescents through family therapy,
group therapy, and case management. Experience working with co-occurring
diagnoses such as substance use disorders, mood disorders, anxiety
disorders, delusional disorders, personality disorder traits in a team
environment. Experience in working with a multidisciplinary team and
Comprehensive Services Act (CSA) knowledge. Ability to work well on a
multidisciplinary team and work in a fast-paced environment.
Special Requirements: Must be licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia
in one of the following: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed
Professional Counselor, Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Nurse Specialist,
or Substance Abuse Treatment Practitioner. The appointee to this position
will be required to complete a criminal background check, an Office of
the Inspector General (OIG) check and a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer. TB screening upon
hire and annually thereafter. Must possess a valid motor vehicle driver's
license.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

Note: Hours are usually 8:30 a.m. to 5:00pm, and one evening a week.
Program operates following the Fairfax County Public School schedule
Monday, through Friday.

11-2604 PACT SUPERVISOR/CO-OCCURRING SPECIALIST (Mental Health
Supervisor/Specialist)-Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board,
$57,160 to $76,213, S26
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Assists the Manager with the clinical supervision and direction of the
overall team, and takes the lead in providing specialized dual diagnosis
assessment and treatment consistent with the Program of Assertive
Community Treatment (PACT) model. Provides and helps oversee clinical
care, including the provision of comprehensive mental health assessment,
direct treatment, rehabilitation, clinical and community case management,
crisis intervention and stabilization, and support services to persons
with serious and persistent mental illness. Conducts thorough alcohol and
other drug use assessments of each new PACT client using assessment
tools, interviews, and direct in-vivo observation. Responsible for
ensuring that tightly coordinated rehabilitation treatment plans are in
place for all PACT clients by collaborating with other team members and
assuming primary responsibility for developing, writing, implementing,
evaluating, and revising overall alcohol and other drug treatment goals
and interventions. The PACT is a 14-member interdisciplinary team that
offers comprehensive treatment: outreach, life skills training, home-
based support, treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders, coach-
supported recovery and vocational services to individuals in the
community where they live and work. PACT is based in the Mount Vernon
area of Fairfax County at the Gartlan Center.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college with at
least a bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, sociology,
counseling or nursing plus four years of clinical experience; or a
master's degree in social work, psychology, sociology, counseling or
nursing plus three years of clinical experience; or a doctoral degree in
psychology, social work, counseling or nursing plus one year of clinical
experience. Clinical experience means providing direct clinical services
to individuals with mental illness and includes supervised internships,
practicums, and field experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of the PACT and Recovery models.
Three to five years of experience providing engagement and treatment to
persons with serious and persistent mental illness and co-occurring
substance use disorders. One to two years of successful experience as a
clinical supervisor. Familiarity with motivational interviewing,
supported employment, illness management and recovery, or integrated dual
diagnosis treatment models. Bilingual (Spanish and English).

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check, an Office of the Inspector General
(OIG) check and a check of the Child Protective Services Registry to the
satisfaction of the employer. Valid driver's license.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

Note: For further information on the Assertive Community Treatment model
see <A HREF="http://www.nami.org">www.nami.org</A>.

11-1854 PHYSICAL THERAPIST- PEDIATRIC (Physical Therapist II)-
Reannouncement-Early Intervention Services, Fairfax-Falls Church
Community Services Board, $52,086 to $69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Come and provide early intervention with a leader in services to infants
and toddlers! The Infant and Toddler Connection of Fairfax-Falls Church
is expanding its team of dedicated professionals providing home-based
early intervention services to infants, toddlers, and their families. Be
part of our vision by providing exceptional service to ensure that all
infants and toddlers with a developmental need are identified, supported,
accepted, included, and valued in their family and community.
<P>Excellent benefits package. Requires travel across Fairfax County;
must have reliable transportation. Will consider part-time or full-time.
Fairfax County is a large suburban area just outside of Washington, DC.
We have everything you are looking for in a job and in a community.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree in a
physical therapy program accredited by the American Physical Therapy
Association or the
American Medical Association; plus
one year of experience as a physical therapist.

Special Requirements: Possession of a valid physical therapy license
issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this position
will be required to complete a criminal background check, an Office at
the Inspector General (OIG) check and a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2621 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Position available in community-based long term care services at the
Springfield District Office. Provides a variety of community health
services to diverse populations using a multi-disciplinary approach.
Services and interventions include outreach, case finding, Medicaid pre-
admission screening, Individual and Family Developmental Disabilities
Support Waiver Screening, referral to community resources, health
promotion, education, case management and disease prevention to clients,
families and communities.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from a college or university
accredited by the National League for Nursing with a bachelor's degree in
nursing; plus one year of work experience in a public health/community
health setting; or two years of full-time post-licensure experience as a
nurse in an equivalent health care setting
whose focus was primarily prevention services and community education.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in home and community-based long
term care assessment, case management, evaluation, education and
collaborative decision-making with an interdisciplinary team. Knowledge
of epidemiology, growth and development, and public health principles and
practices. Ability to work independently and to communicate effectively.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check and
driver's license check to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2626 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Positions available at Herndon/Reston, Mount Vernon and Springfield
District Offices in the School Health Program. Please indicate at the top
of your resume which of the work locations, listed above, you would
prefer. If you wish to be considered for all locations, please indicate
that as well. <P>Provides a variety of community health services to
diverse populations in the school community using a multi-disciplinary
approach. Services and interventions include outreach, case finding,
health promotion, education, case management and disease prevention to
clients, families and communities.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from a college or university
accredited by the National League for Nursing with a bachelor's degree in
nursing; plus one year of work experience in a public health/community
health setting; or two years of full-time post-licensure experience as a
nurse in an equivalent health care setting
whose focus was primarily prevention services and community education.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of epidemiology, growth and
development, and public health principles and practices. Ability to work
independently and to communicate effectively.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check and
driver's license check to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2639 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II-Health Department, $49,587 to $66,115, S23
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Positions available in the following district offices in Virginia:
Springfield, Mount Vernon, and Falls Church. Please indicate at the top
of your resume which of these work locations you would prefer. If you
want to be considered for all locations, please indicate that as well.
<P>Positions assigned to School Health Promotion, providing a variety of
community health services to diverse populations in the school community
using a multi-disciplinary approach. Participates in curriculum and
program development related to school-aged children. Promotes health
within the community or school setting through assessment, prevention,
education and utilization of resources. Supports the Care Coordination
Specialist to assess, evaluate and/or monitor clients, family and school
health needs. Must have a strong working knowledge of program development
and the principles of teaching and marketing outreach.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from a college or university
accredited by the National League for Nursing with a bachelor's degree in
nursing; plus one year of work experience in a public health/community
health setting; or two years of full-time post-licensure experience as a
nurse in an equivalent health care setting
whose focus was primarily prevention services and community education.

Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of epidemiology, growth and
development, and public health principles and practices. Ability to work
independently and to communicate effectively. Experience with program
development, marketing outreach and teaching community groups. An
advanced degree in community health education or a related field.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check and
driver's license check to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2139 REGISTERED NURSE (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Reannouncement-
Mental Health Services, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board,
$52,086 to $69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

<FONT COLOR=RED><B>$2,000 Hiring Bonus</B></FONT> <P>Exciting opportunity
to join multi-disciplinary team working with individuals with mental
illness and substance use disorders in an community-based residential
detoxification program. Great benefits, flexible hours, training, job
security. Innovative programming includes medical and clinical monitored
and Buprenorphine detoxification; acupuncture, case management and
connection with treatment services. Provides direct nursing services
including medical/nursing assessments, medication administration,
addressing acute medical issues, referring residents to area hospitals
and clinics. Monitors the detoxification process and intervenes as
necessary per medical protocols. Trains and educates multidisciplinary
staff and clients on medical issues. Must be able to work as part of a
treatment team that consists of substance abuse counselors, other nurses,
psychiatrist, and physician.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following: Graduation from an accredited
college or university with a bachelor's degree in nursing; plus two years
of post-licensure experience as a nurse, in the specialty area of
psychiatric mental health
nursing, substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant
clinical specialty; or graduation from an accredited college with an
associate degree in nursing; plus four years of post-licensure experience
as a nurse in the specialty area of psychiatric mental health nursing,
substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant clinical
specialty.

Preferred Qualifications:   Detoxification, psychiatric, medical or
surgical experience.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check, an
Office of the Inspector General (OIG) check and a check of the Child
Protective Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2565 REGISTERED NURSE (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Fairfax-Falls
Church Community Services Board, $52,086 to $69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

<FONT COLOR=RED><B>$2,000 Hiring Bonus (current county employees not
eligible)</B></FONT> <P>This is an exciting opportunity to work with a
multidisciplinary team to develop a new crisis stabilization unit at the
Fairfax Detoxification Center, in an award-winning, community-based
residential setting. Staff is being enhanced and expanded to provide
integrated services, addressing substance use and mental health disorders
as well as co-occurring primary care needs. Programming includes medical
and clinically managed detoxification, acupuncture, and case management
and referral services. Nursing staff responsibilities include the
following. Provides direct nursing services, including psychiatric and
physical nursing assessments. Administers medication. Addresses acute
medical issues and collaborates with area hospitals. Monitors the
detoxification process and intervenes as necessary per medical protocols.
Educates the multidisciplinary staff and consumers about medical issues,
individually and in group and clinical sessions. Applicants must be able
to work as part of a treatment team which consists of substance abuse
counselors, mental health counselors, nurses, psychiatrist, and
physicians.
Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following: Graduation from an accredited
college or university with a bachelor's degree in nursing; plus two years
of post-licensure experience as a nurse, in the specialty area of
psychiatric mental health
nursing, substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant
clinical specialty; or graduation from an accredited college with an
associate degree in nursing; plus four years of post-licensure experience
as a nurse in the specialty area of psychiatric mental health nursing,
substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant clinical
specialty.

Preferred Qualifications: Extensive experience working with
detoxification or medical/surgical and psychiatric conditions.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check, an
Office of the Inspector General (OIG) check and a check of the Child
Protective Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2576 REGISTERED NURSE (BHN CLINICIAN/CASE MANAGER)-Mental Health
Services, Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, $52,086 to
$69,448, S24
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

<FONT COLOR=RED><B>$2,000 Hiring Bonus (current county employees not
eligible) </B></FONT> <P>Exciting opportunity for an energetic,
organized, team-oriented and problem-solving individual to provide
psychiatric and other professional nursing care to mentally ill and
substance use disorder population. Provides a program of professional
psychiatric nursing care, including psychotherapy treatment, in the form
of groups and individual sessions. <B>Typical Tasks: </B>Gives
professional nursing care to patients in a residential and community
living environment; formulates and carries out nursing treatment plans;
observes patients and records their condition and behavior; gives all
types of oral, intramuscular and other medications and treatments and
records such actions; explains and participates in treatment procedures.
May provide individual, family, or group psychotherapy. Participates in
crisis intervention activities. Works cooperatively with other members of
the treatment team. Maintains a safe and secure environment by observing
and removing physical hazards, drugs, or medications. May conduct quality
assurance review of patient medication administration record. Works
collaboratively with the psychiatrists and manages the medication clinic.
Duties are performed under general direction.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following: Graduation from an accredited
college or university with a bachelor's degree in nursing; plus two years
of post-licensure experience as a nurse, in the specialty area of
psychiatric mental health
nursing, substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant
clinical specialty; or graduation from an accredited college with an
associate degree in nursing; plus four years of post-licensure experience
as a nurse in the specialty area of psychiatric mental health nursing,
substance use disorders, intellectual disabilities, or relevant clinical
specialty.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's or master's degree in nursing, and
two or more years as a psychiatric nurse. Licensed as social worker or
professional counselor a plus.

Special Requirements: Possession of a current license to practice as a
Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The appointee to this
position will be required to complete a criminal background check, an
Office of the Inspector General (OIG) check and a check of the Child
Protective Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

LIBRARY SCIENCES


11-2550 PAGE SUPERVISOR (Library Assistant II)-Sherwood Regional Library,
Fairfax County Public Library, $35,831 to $47,775, S16
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Manages the shelving operations of a regional library and oversees
support activities assigned to Library Pages. Hires, trains, supervises,
and evaluates Pages and volunteers assigned to the Page Department.
Schedules staff for optimum efficiency. Monitors shelving speed and
accuracy of Pages and designs work plans to enhance performance. Develops
and implements procedures for the Page Department. Communicates system,
branch, and department information to Pages and volunteers. Completes
online time for Page Department. Prepares and submits personnel documents
for Library Pages. Develops training guidelines for Pages. Develops
agendas and conducts Page staff meetings. May serve as branch coordinator
for equipment maintenance and service. Serves as a member of the branch
management team and is person in charge of the Circulation department as
necessary. Assists in developing procedures in the Circulation
department. Contributes ideas on implementing system policy and procedure
changes. Resolves patron complaints as appropriate. Acts as a working
manager, checking materials in and out, and performing all necessary
circulation functions. Ensures that fines and other monies are collected
properly and secured. Performs minor repairs on equipment.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to completion of two years (60 semester hours) of
course work at an accredited college or university plus two years of
full-time library experience or the equivalent amount of part-time
library experience, including one year performing duties comparable to
Library Assistant I.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in a public library.
Supervisory experience. Experience troubleshooting photocopiers and other
equipment.

Note:   Work schedule includes evening and weekend hours.

SOCIAL SERVICES


11-2598 CHILD CARE SPECIALIST I-Office for Children, Department of Family
Services, $43,097 to $57,462, S20
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

This position is located in the Pennino Building in Fairfax, Virginia,
with possible weekly assignments in one of the Department of Family
Services Regional offices: South County, Reston or Falls Church. Conducts
outreach activities and holds informational sessions with potential child
care providers and center staff. Negotiates vendor agreements for
participation in CCAR. Provides one-to-one training and group workshops
for providers and also refers them to other training resources. Provides
services to families eligible for participation in the program. Assists
families in choosing child care and follows up to determine that
placements are meeting the needs of the child and family. Investigates
problems that are reported and assists with the resolution. Participates
in planning, developing and monitoring program standards which meet
applicable state regulations and local policies and standards. Works on
special projects. Duties are performed under the supervision of the Child
Care Specialist III, Child Care Assistance and Referral Program (CCAR).

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, training, and
experience equivalent to the following:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in
early childhood education, psychology, social work, or a closely related
field; plus some responsible experience in day care administration or
early child development programs.

Preferred Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited four-year
college or university with a degree in early childhood education, early
childhood development, social work or family studies. Experience working
with subsidy programs. Excellent oral and writing skills. Some
responsible experience in child care administration, early child
development programs or working with low income families.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check, a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry, and a driver's license check to the satisfaction of
the employer.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

11-2637 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROJECT DIRECTOR (Program
Manager)-Countywide Svc. Integration & Planning Mgmt. Div., Department of
Neighborhood and Community Services, $70,488 to $93,984, S31
Closing Date: 12/9/2011
This is a grant merit position with anticipated funding through September
30, 2016. <P>Directs all activities related to the Community
Transformation Grant (CTG) to build community capacity in order to
implement policy, systems, and environmental changes aimed at improving
the health of the community. Acts as the lead staff in the planning,
management and coordination of the Mobilizing for Action through Planning
and Partnerships (MAPP) strategic planning process, and all bodies of the
Partnership for a Healthier Fairfax (PFHF), including the Community
Transformation Leadership Team (CTLT), PFHF's Steering Committee, PFHF
Community Coalition, and PFHF subcommittees. Establishes effective
relationships, communication and collaboration with multidisciplinary
multi-sector stakeholders, including: executive-level leadership, elected
officials, community members, representatives from the public, nonprofit,
and business sectors, multi-agency staff supporting the initiative and
agency senior managers. Manages grant staff, including a Project Analyst
and a Project Assistant. Works closely with Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC), grant stakeholders and contractors. Serves as a
policy expert in public health. Leads the development of a Community
Transformation Implementation Plan. Develops program policies,
procedures, budgets and reports to ensure conformance with grant and
county policies and regulations. Directs capacity building, strategic
planning and implementation efforts to address current and evolving
needs, and ensure grant outcome attainment, including: meeting
facilitation, community outreach, coordination, research, data analysis,
project management, evaluation, performance measurement, and other
related work as required. Duties are performed under the direction of the
Director of the CSIPM and in coordination with the Deputy County
Executive for Human Services.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience
equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a bachelor's degree in social services or human services,
or with major course work in a specialty that confers within a community-
based service delivery setting (for example, child development and family
studies, education, public administration, recreation), or other related
field; plus five years of professional experience in the social services,
human services or other community-based service delivery service or
setting; two of which included supervising professional staff. A master's
degree in an appropriate field may be substituted for one year of the
required experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in public health, public
administration or a closely related field is preferred, plus at least
five years of increasing responsibility in health and human services
program management. Experience managing community strategic planning
initiatives, and/or large collaborative multi-sector health projects,
especially with a focus on policy, systems, and environmental change.
Ability to communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check and a check of the Child Protective
Services Registry to the satisfaction of the employer. This position
requires attendance at multiple community meetings associated with the
grant which will necessitate frequent off-site work.

Selection Procedure: In addition to a panel interview, a written
exercise may be administered.

11-2591 PROBATION COUNSELOR I-Juvenile and Domestic Relations District
Court, $43,097 to $57,462, S20
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Two positions will be filled from this job announcement. Provides case
management services to juveniles and families involved in the Court
system. Monitors and supervises assigned juveniles by visiting them at
their home, schools or place of employment to ensure compliance of court
orders specific to each individual case. Frequent travel throughout the
county is required. Orients juveniles and families to rules of
conduct/supervision plans, such as frequency and place of visits,
expected actions in emergencies and sanctions for rule violations. May
install electronic monitoring equipment when necessary. Provides face-to-
face monitoring and supervision to assigned juveniles. Gathers
information from families, school officials, therapists and other
collateral contacts to verify compliance. Files Violations of Court
Orders to request a formal court action, or imposes informal sanctions
when appropriate. Presents case information in the court hearing process.
Makes recommendations to the judge that are consistent with relevant
statutory criteria as to the release or incarceration of the defendant.
The work schedule may include weekdays and weekends. May perform on-call
duties on a 24-hour basis as required to respond to non-compliance/rules
infractions, and remotely supervise juveniles with electronic monitoring
devices.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or
university with a degree.

Preferred Qualifications: Ability to multitask. Excellent verbal/written
communication and interpersonal skills. Experience working with juveniles
and families involved with juvenile court, social services or other human
services field. Working knowledge of Department of Juvenile Justice
Tracking System (JTS), the Supreme Court of Virginia’s Case Management
System (CMS). Proficient in the use of MS Office software. Bilingual in
English and Spanish.

Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a check of the Child Protective Services Registry, a criminal
background check, and a driving record check to the satisfaction of the
employer as a condition of hiring and periodically thereafter. Must have
a valid driver's license in state of residence.

Selection Procedure: A written exercise may be administered at the time
of the panel interview.

ENGINEERING, PLANNING, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
11-2600 ENGINEER IV-Capital Facilities, Building Construction Branch,
Department of Public Works & Environmental Services, $65,908 to $87,877,
S29
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

<B><FONT COLOR=RED>Recruitment for this position has been cancelled. We
regret any inconvenience this may have caused. </FONT></B><P>Serves as
senior project engineer overseeing all phases of construction contract
administration for building projects. Responsible for timely completion,
construction budgets, and the overall quality of assigned projects.
Solves complex design or construction problems. Administers or supervises
administration of construction contracts to avoid, mitigate, and resolve
contractor claims. Plans, coordinates and supervises the work of assigned
individuals or teams in the administration of construction contracts.
Assigned projects include at least one large complex project with an
assigned project team or supervision of assigned project engineers
working multiple projects. Performs and/or oversees all aspects of
construction contract bidding, award and administration. Evaluates pre-
qualification requirements for prospective bidders, analyzes safety
records, conducts pre-bid meetings, prepares final bid documents, issues
contract awards, and conducts pre-construction meetings. Reviews and
approves contractor payments, reviews proposed change orders for
entitlement, prepares cost estimates, negotiates change orders, reviews
shop drawings, ensures timely and appropriate RFI responses, issues Field
Orders, RFPs, and CCDs. Performs quality control inspections to ensure
conformance to construction documents. Tracks CPM schedule prepared and
updated by the contractor.    Coordinates all aspects of project close-out
activities; punch list, training, O&M manuals, as-builts, bond release,
end of warranty inspections, and Final Completion. Performs/oversees
detailed constructability reviews of plans and specifications prepared by
architectural and engineering firms. Participates in various selection
advisory committees, value engineering studies, and other duties as
assigned. Duties are performed under general supervision of the Chief of
Building Construction Branch.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, training and
experience equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or
university accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and
Technologies with a bachelor's degree in the appropriate engineering or
architectural field; plus five years of progressively responsible
professional experience in the appropriate engineering field.

Preferred Qualifications: Thorough knowledge of building design and
construction practices. Progressively responsible experience in
administering construction contracts for building projects. Thorough
understanding of construction claims and their mitigation. Information
technology skills including use of Microsoft Office software such as
Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Advanced information technology skills including
use of Microsoft Project or Primavera scheduling software. Must be highly
motivated and possess the skills necessary to work in a fast-paced
collaborative team environment. Must have outstanding oral and written
communications skills.
Special Requirements: The appointee to this position will be required to
complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.
Possession of a valid Virginia Professional Engineer or Architect
license. An individual who possesses a valid Professional Engineer or
Architect license in another state will be granted a temporary exemption
to this requirement pending the Board for Architects,
Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior Designers &
Landscape
Architects decision regarding that individual's application for
reciprocity.

11-2414 PUBLIC TRANSIT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR (Transportation Planner
III)-Reannouncement-Department of Transportation, $59,976 to $99,960, S27
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Ensures high quality Fairfax Connector service delivery as the lead
operations coordinator with service delivery contractor and other senior
Fairfax Connector staff. Coordinates all service delivery changes,
startups, and the opening of new transit facilities. Oversees and
administers the day-to-day delivery and performance of existing and/or
planned fixed route, fixed schedule transit service through contract
service providers and support contractors. Monitors and evaluates service
delivery in accordance with contractual requirements, operating policies,
practices, procedures, standards and operational requirements.
Administers, oversees and supervises, through assigned staff, all
operations, safety and training; emergency preparedness; incident
management; land use development activities; insurance and risk
management; and customer service functions.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university
with a degree in civil engineering, urban or transportation planning, or
a closely related field; plus four years of experience related to
transportation planning.

Preferred Qualifications: Prior experience with a public transit
operating system. Extensive hands-on operational experience related to
public transit training methods and programs, including experience with
emergency procedures and programs, and public transit liability issues.
Supervisory skills a plus.

Note: The Fairfax County Department of Transportation offers a
challenging team-oriented work environment with opportunities for
flexible schedules and telework.

11-2592 SENIOR ENGINEER III-Land Development Services, Department of
Public Works & Environmental Services, $62,867 to $83,823, S28
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Serves as an expert on stormwater management design. Conducts complex
technical engineering review and analysis of site plans, subdivision
plans, grading plans, building permits and zoning development plans for
various aspects of stormwater management design including storm drainage,
best management practices, flood control and erosion and sediment
control. Collaborates with supervisory staff and provides training and/or
guidance to internal staff members, professional engineers, inspectors,
developers, contractors, citizens, permit applicants, and other agencies
to ensure appropriate review, and compliance with applicable code and
ordinances, and sound engineering practices. Facilitates the resolution
of technical stormwater management design issues between internal staff
and/or other county agencies, and coordinates field inspections with site
inspectors during the construction phase of a project. Will be required
to conduct research and special engineering studies and prepare technical
reports and correspondence to DPWES management, Board of Supervisors,
Planning Commission, and other authorities and committees on issues
pertaining to stormwater management facilities and code amendments. When
needed, testifies in court cases as an expert witness on behalf of
Fairfax County. Will be required to participate in occasional after-hour
citizen or Board of Supervisors meetings.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, training and
experience equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or
university accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and
Technologies with a bachelor's degree in the appropriate engineering or
architectural field; plus four years of progressively responsible
professional experience in the appropriate engineering field.

Preferred Qualifications: Graduation from a four-year college or
university accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and
Technologies with a B.S. degree in civil engineering. Professional civil
engineering experience in the design of stormwater management projects.
Experience in the use of computer applications and software associated in
the preparation of design plans and engineering computations.

Special Requirements: Registration as a Professional Engineer or
Architect in the state of Virginia. An individual who possesses a valid
Professional Engineer or Architect license in another state will be
granted a temporary exemption to this requirement pending the Board for
Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors, Certified Interior
Designers and Landscape Architects decision regarding that individual's
application for reciprocity. The appointee to this position will be
required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of
the employer. A valid motor vehicle driver's license is required.

PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES


11-2217 9-1-1 DISPATCHER (Public Safety Communicator I)-Eligible List-
Department of Public Safety Communications (DPSC), $38,038 to $44,034,
P15
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

This announcement will be used to create an eligibility list, which is a
pool of applicants who are eligible to fill these positions; there will
be multiple positions filled from this announcement. <P>This recruitment
is for the training academy class that will begin on January 30, 2012.
This is a highly responsible and rewarding public safety position.
Employees work an assigned 12.5-hour shift, either 6:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
or 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. on scheduled days of the week. Employees are
scheduled off every other weekend (Friday through Sunday), and work
approximately 177 days per year. During the ten-week Academy training
period, the individual will work an 8-hour day or evening shift depending
on class assigned. Receives and processes 9-1-1 emergency and non-
emergency calls from the public using a specialized telephone system.
Gathers, classifies and supplements pertinent information obtained from
the caller and enters it into the computer aided dispatch (CAD) system.
Operates a CAD console equipped with multiple computer terminals,
including mapping, aerial photography and a radio console with multiple
radio channels to dispatch police and fire-rescue units. Monitors and
controls a large number of public safety resources throughout Fairfax
County. Queries and enters information (e.g., stolen articles, wanted
persons, missing persons) from the Virginia Criminal Information Network
(VCIN) and National Crime Information Center (NCIC) data files.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and
training equivalent to high school graduation or possession of a G.E.D.
issued by a state department of education; Within a specified time
period, satisfactory completion of a prescribed training program in basic
communications.

Preferred Qualifications: Associate or bachelor's degree. Applicants
should possess a strong work ethic and the ability to work in a fast-
paced and rapidly changing environment. Requires excellent decision
making, resource allocation, prioritizing and deployment skills.
Applicants interested in public safety communications as a career choice
who enjoy working in a team environment are encouraged to apply to work
in one of the finest 9-1-1 public safety communications centers in the
nation.

Special Requirements: All applicants must satisfactorily pass the
following requirements: computer-based simulation test, organizational
compatibility test, panel interview, polygraph examination, and
background investigation. Must be able to perform essential job
functions, hearing and speaking clearly. Must have never committed, been
involved in, or been convicted of a felony. United States citizenship is
required.

Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

Note: Public Safety Communicator I (PSC 1) incumbents are eligible for
Public Safety Communicator II positions and beyond based upon
satisfactory completion of prescribed training, performance &
qualifications criteria. PSC 1s must demonstrate proficiency as a call
taker prior to the start of active training as a police or fire-rescue
dispatcher.

11-9501 DEPUTY SHERIFF I-Eligible List-Adult Detention Center, Office of
the Sheriff, $46,189 to $53,471, C17-2
Closing Date: Open until filled

Performs basic, full-time Deputy Sheriff duties in accordance with
federal, state, county and departmental regulations. Performs basic
confinement work in the care, custody and transportation of prisoners at
the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center (ADC). Works a twelve-hour
rotating shift schedule that includes evenings, weekends and holidays.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from high school or possession of a
G.E.D. issued by a state department of education. Must be at least 21 (or
within 180 days of 21st birthday at time of application) and a U.S.
citizen.

Selection Procedure: Applicants must successfully complete a personal
interview, polygraph exam, background investigation, psychological exam
and shall serve an initial probationary period of twelve months
commencing with the date of original appointment, exclusive of the time
spent in training at the appropriate training academy. May include a
written exam.

Note: Must be a nonsmoker and be willing to sign a Conditions of
Employment Agreement not to smoke on or off duty. Prior to starting work,
the selected applicant must successfully complete a comprehensive medical
exam, including passing a vision standard.

To Apply: Follow the two-step application process below. Be advised that
<B>you will NOT be considered for the position </B>until you have
completed both steps. <P>1. Submit your resume online through the
county's <B><A
HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fairfax_rb/applications/QuickApplyWithL
ogin.do target="_blank">AIMS system</A></B>. Please direct any questions
about AIMS to the Fairfax County Department of Human Resources at 703-
222-5872, TTY 711. <P>2. After you submit your resume, you must complete
a <B>Personal History Statement</B>. Save this document on your computer
before you fill it out; it may take several hours to complete. Click here
to obtain the Personal History Statement: <P><A
HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/jobs/phs.pdf
 target="_blank"> Download <B>Personal History Statement</B>.</A> <BR>
<A HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/jobs/phs-extra-employ.pdf
 target="_blank"> Download <B>extra pages for employment history</B>.</A>
<BR>
<A HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/sheriff/jobs/phs-extra-address.pdf
 target="_blank"> Download <B>extra pages for residential
history</B>.</A>

11-9023 FIREFIGHTER/MEDIC-Eligible List-Fire and Rescue Department,
$49,855, F18
Closing Date: Open until filled

Now accepting applications for the position of Firefighter/Medic. Under
direct supervision, responds to fire alarms and other emergency calls to
protect life and property; combats, extinguishes and prevents fires;
drives emergency apparatus, including a life support unit; participates
in rescue extrication operations and provides emergency medical care to
the sick, requiring Advanced Life Support (ALS) certification; and
performs related work as required.
Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to the following high school graduation or a G.E.D.
issued by a state department of education. Possession of a Class A
medical rating in the assigned medical group. Accommodations
will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Certified as an Advanced Life Support Provider at National Registry EMT-P
or EMT-I or Virginia State Certification as EMT-I or EMT-P. Possession
of a valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License at the time of application, and
at all times during employment in the uniformed service.
Following successful completion of Fire and Rescue recruit training:
Certification as a Hazardous Materials First Responder in accordance with
Fairfax County training standards; Certification in the Emergency Vehicle
Operations Course (EVOC); AND Certification in cardiopulmonary
resuscitation (CPR) and automatic electronic defibrillation (AED);
Certification as a full Advanced Life Support provider in Fairfax County
and in full accordance with all current County training standards;
Certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS);
Certification in International Trauma Life Support (ITLS); Certification
in Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS); AND
Certification in Basic Trauma Life Support.

Preferred Qualifications:   Certification as a National Registry EMT-P or
Virginia EMT-P.

Special Requirements: Must complete a criminal background investigation,
a polygraph examination, and a physical ability test to the satisfaction
of the employer prior to appointment. Must be at least 18 years old at
the time of application. Applicants selected must be able to obtain a
Class A medical rating in the assigned medical group prior to starting
work. Must be tobacco-free and nicotine-free at the time of appointment,
and be willing to sign a Conditions of Employment Agreement to not use
tobacco or tobacco products on- or off-duty. Must successfully complete
Fire and Rescue recruit training and the department's ALS Certification
and internship standards and a one year probationary period.

Selection Procedure: All applicants must successfully complete a written
entrance exam and personal history review. Prior to starting work, the
selected applicant must successfully complete a comprehensive medical
examination and cardiovascular evaluation.

Note: The appointee will start at the salary for F18-1 (currently
$49,855). After successful completion of recruit fire school and ALS
internship, appointee will be placed at the salary for F18-3 (currently
$54,965).

Note: For additional information about this job opportunity, visit the
<A HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/fr/><B>Fire and Rescue Department's
website</B></A> or contact the Fire and Rescue Department's Recruitment
Section at 703-246-3939.

To Apply: To obtain an application, send a request by email to
fire.recruitment@fairfaxcounty.gov; or call 703-246-3939. An application
may also be requested by mail at the following address:
Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department
Recruitment Section 4100 Chain Bridge Road, 6th Floor Fairfax, VA 22030.
<B>Fairfax County is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, creed, religion, national
origin, age, disability, genetic information, veterans' status or
disabled veterans' status. </B>Reasonable accommodations are available to
persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes
per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for
assistance. Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to
apply. EEO/AA/TTY.

11-9550 POLICE OFFICER I-Police Department, $48,036 to $55,610, O17-2
Closing Date: Open until filled

Provides essential law enforcement and public safety services to the
community. Acts to enforce criminal laws, traffic regulations and
maintain public order. Patrols designated area utilizing police vehicle.
Conducts criminal and vehicle accident investigations. Effects arrests
and testifies in court. Performs related work as required. Position
requires working a rotating shift schedule.

Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from high school or possession of a
G.E.D. issued by a state department of education. Must be at least 21 (or
within 6 months of 21st birthday) at the time of application. U.S.
citizenship required.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in law enforcement, public
administration or related field. Prior law enforcement or military
experience.

Special Requirements: Subsequent to a conditional job offer, applicants
must take and pass a comprehensive medical examination, including drug
testing and a vision standard not worse than 20/200, provided there has
been at least three months of success wearing soft contact lenses.
Without soft contact lenses, uncorrected vision cannot be worse than
20/100. Prior to receiving a medical classification, recipients of LASIK
surgery and Radial Keratotomy (RK) are subject to minimum waiting periods
of three months and six months, respectively. All vision must be
corrected to 20/20. Color-blindness may be corrected by soft contacts,
subject to the same restrictions above. Applicants must also successfully
complete a psychological evaluation.

Selection Procedure: All applicants must successfully pass the following
requirements: written entrance exam; physical ability test; and personal
interview. Highly qualified applicants will receive further processing
which will include a comprehensive background investigation, polygraph
examination and final oral interview.

Note: Incumbents shall not use any tobacco products on and off duty
starting at the time of appointment. The incumbent must be willing to
sign a Condition of Employment Agreement acknowledging the prohibition of
the use of tobacco products both on and off duty.
Note: Recruits must successfully complete 24 weeks of paid training at
the Fairfax County Criminal Justice Academy, followed by a one year
probationary period.

To Apply: A completed Police Department Application for Employment must
be submitted to: <P>Police Department <BR>
Administrative Services Bureau <BR>
4100 Chain Bridge Road <BR>
Fairfax, VA 22030 <P>
To obtain a Police Department Application for Employment call 703-246-
7560 or go to <A HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/jobs/pdf/fcpd-
application-form.pdf><B>www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/jobs/pdf/fcpd-
application-form.pdf</B></A> to download the application online. Adobe
Acrobat Reader is required. <P><B> Fairfax County is Equal Opportunity
Employer that does not discriminate on basis of race, color, sex, creed,
religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information,
veterans' status or disabled veterans' status. </B>Reasonable
accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during
application and/or interview processes per the Americans with
Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance. Minorities and
people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EEO/AA/TTY.

TRADE, MANUAL AND CUSTODIAL SERVICES


11-2657 HVAC TECHNICIAN II-Facilities Management Department, $43,097 to
$57,462, S20
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

Diagnoses complex problems as they relate to HVAC systems. Repairs and
maintains heating, air-conditioning, and ventilation systems to include
assembling, disassembling, and installing components associated with
these systems. Tests, adjusts, and calibrates pneumatic, electronic, and
electrical control systems associated with HVAC systems. Prepares work
orders to record materials and time spent making repairs and inspections.
Operates county-owned vehicles, machinery, power tools, and testing
equipment in accordance with all applicable safety regulations in the
performance of assigned tasks. Duties are performed under general
supervision.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and
training equivalent to a high school diploma or G.E.D. issued by a state
department of education; plus two-year technical degree in air
conditioning functions such as heating, cooling and ventilating, plus
five years of progressively responsible air conditioning or HVAC
experience; or completion of an apprentice-level vocational training
program in air conditioning, plus three years of progressively
responsible air conditioning or HVAC experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Extensive experience in commercial air-
conditioning diagnostic repairs and other commercial building operating
systems. Knowledge and understanding of control strategies utilized by
energy management systems.
Special Requirements: Appointee must possess a valid state motor vehicle
license; a Universal Refrigerant Recovery license; and valid HVAC
journeyman certification from the state of Virginia. The appointee to
this position will be required to complete a criminal background check
and a medical examination to the satisfaction of the employer prior to
appointment. <P>Must be able to lift and carry items weighing up to 75
pounds. Must be able to climb up to 35 feet on ladders and scaffolding.
Must be able to bend, stoop, crawl, and work in tiring and uncomfortable
positions. Ability to work in hot and cold temperatures. Strength and
dexterity is required to work on equipment.

Selection Procedure: Panel interview. An HVAC assessment test will be
given at the time of the interview.

Note: This position requires the incumbent to work during emergencies
and to be called back to work to respond to emergencies as necessary.

11-0457 INSTRUMENTATION TECHNICIAN III-Reannouncement-May be underfilled-
Wastewater Collection Division, Department of Public Works &
Environmental Services, $43,097 to $71,828, S20
Closing Date: 12/9/2011

This opportunity is being re-announced. Applicants who previously applied
to this position do not need to re-apply. <BR>This position works in the
field and requires entry into manholes on a regular basis and exposure to
raw sewage. Under supervision, assists in the daily work activities and
technical assessment of equipment and component failures. Performs
preventive and corrective maintenance work on mechanical, electrical,
electronic components, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) SCADA
networks and telecommunications systems. Takes a lead role in
troubleshooting programs for PLC systems. Performs related duties as
required.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, training, and
experience equivalent to graduation from high school, or a G.E.D. issued
by a state department of education or equivalent including
technical/trade school training and five years of experience as an
instrumentation technician.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience performing field work in sanitary
sewer systems, including either a wastewater collection system or a
wastewater treatment system. Familiarity with the calibration of all
instrument components utilized in the wastewater industry.

Special Requirements: Must have and maintain a valid motor vehicle
driver's license. Subject to 24-hour call back and must, therefore, be
able to work emergency overtime. Subject to working in adverse weather
conditions and may be exposed to raw waste. Ability to distinguish
different color wiring. May be required to enter permitted confined
spaces, using an OSHA, certified non-entry retrieval system, which
includes a safety harness with a weight restriction of 310 pounds. The
appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal
background check and a medical examination to the satisfaction of the
employer prior to appointment.
Selection Procedure:   Panel interview.

Note: This vacancy may be filled by a less qualified applicant at the
level of Instrumentation Technician II (Grade S19, $41,146 to $68,578)
with an underfill agreement. The minimum requirements for this level are:
any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to
graduation from high school, or a G.E.D. issued by a state department of
education or equivalent including technical/trade school training and two
years of experience as an instrumentation technician. Applicants hired at
this level will be noncompetitively promoted to the advertised level upon
completion of an underfill agreement.

11-2609 PLANT OPERATOR III-Wastewater Treatment, Department of Public
Works & Environmental Services, $43,097 to $57,462, S20
Closing Date: 12/2/2011

Serves as second in command in the supervision and operation of the Noman
M. Cole Jr. Pollution Control Plant. Participates as a team member on
special projects and maintains an effective relationship with plant
personnel, citizens and community groups. Provides input and assists in
the performance of supervisory functions including employee performance
evaluations, conducting interviews, disciplinary actions and granting
leave. Supervises and inspects plant equipment and treatment processes to
ensure proper operation and provides instruction and training to plant
operators. Prepares and maintains records such as chemical inventory,
Infor EAM requests, online requisitions and submits appropriate and
timely reports. Assists higher-level Operators in monitoring operation
via computer, visual and audio inspection. Monitors alarms and
troubleshoots pieces of equipment in case of emergency. Submits work
requests and instructs and explains wastewater treatment processes to
lower-level operators. Summarizes the daily log sheet reading and does
data entry. Assists in corrective repairs and performs an ongoing
preventive maintenance program of exercising and rotating various process
equipment and machinery. Adjusts chemical feed rates, adjust or replaces
packing on pumps, gates and other controls and equipment. Performs
general housekeeping. Carries out applicable safety practices. Performs
related duties as required. Duties are performed under general
supervision of the Plant Operations Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, training, and
experience equivalent to graduation from high school, or a G.E.D. issued
by a state department of education and six years of related experience.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in wastewater. Experience
using computers. Good verbal and written communication skills and
mathematical skills. Experience using mechanical tools and making
mechanical repairs. Supervisory experience.

Special Requirements: Must have and maintain a Class II Wastewater
Treatment Operator's certification issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia
within one year of appointment. <P>The appointee to this position will be
required to complete a criminal background check and pre-employment
physical to the satisfaction of the employer. Must have and maintain a
valid motor vehicle driver's license. <P><B>Physical Requirements:
</B>The appointee may be required to enter permitted confined spaces,
using an OSHA, certified non-entry retrieval system, which includes a
safety harness with a weight restriction of 310 pounds. Subject to
working in adverse weather conditions, and may be exposed to raw waste.
Must be able to: bend, stoop, climb stairs and climb up and down 40 foot
ladder; lift 50 to 75 pounds in a safe manner; and follow oral and
written instructions.

EXEMPT SERVICES


99-7000 OTHER NON-MERIT JOBS (INCLUDING SEASONAL)-(P/T)-Fairfax County
Government, salary varied, n/a
Closing Date: Open until filled

In addition to our regular benefitted (merit) job openings, Fairfax
County has many other types of employment opportunities; some are
eligible for part-time benefits. Visit our Other Opportunities Web page
at <A
HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr/jobs.htm><B>www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr
/jobs.htm</B></A> to learn more about: <BR>- Part-time jobs <BR>- Summer
jobs <BR>- Open hire events and in-house job fairs <BR>- Temporary jobs
<BR>- Substitute relief counselor jobs <BR>- Volunteer opportunities
<P>Please note that, unless specified in the job announcement, there are
no fringe benefits such as health insurance, retirement or leave for
temporary, substitute or volunteer positions.

Minimum Qualifications: Minimum qualifications for these positions vary,
and are specified within the individual announcement.

To Apply: Application instructions for each position are provided within
the job announcements. Visit the Seasonal and Other Opportunities Web
page at <A
HREF=http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr/jobs.htm><B>www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr
/jobs.htm</B></A> to learn more. <P><B> Fairfax County is Equal
Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on basis of race, color,
sex, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability or genetic
information. </B>Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with
disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the
Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703-324-4900 for assistance.
Minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
EEO/AA/TTY.

								
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