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Company County of SLO
Company Description

The County government provides more than 700 public services, including law enforcement, animal control, flu shots, transportation planning, foster care, and more. While some County services – such as law enforcement, road maintenance and repair, and land-use planning – are only provided to the unincorporated areas, many are an extension of the State and are also provided to people in the incorporated cities.

URL https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/slocountyca/jobs/3995675/sheriffs-employee-services-manager-county-classification-program-manager-i-ii
Email kpower@co.slo.ca.us
Job Title Sheriff's Employee Services Manager
Job Responsibilities

About the Position The Sheriff’s Employee Services Manager will oversee a variety of administrative tasks and projects related to departmental employee services including worker’s compensation, accommodations, leave coordination, risk management, policy development, reporting, and analytics for the Sheriff’s Office. The ideal candidate should possess excellent communication, collaboration, and leadership skills, and be able to multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Program Manager I is part of a career series for Program Manager I and II. Under direction, performs a variety of professional level duties in the management and administration of assigned programs or program related automation systems; provides leadership and administrative oversight in the development, implementation, operations and analysis of designated programs; may collaborate with governmental agencies, other departments and community organizations to provide information, outreach, and advocacy for services; and does other related work as required. Click here, to learn more about the County of San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office. Click here, to view the full job description for Program Manager I. Click here, to view the full job description for Program Manager II.

Job Qualifications

A combination of education, training, and experience resulting in the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Examples of qualifying education and experience include: Program Manager I Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in a program related field. (Job-related experience may substitute for the required education on a year-for-year basis.) In addition, two years performing supervisory, administrative, analytical or fiscal work in a program related field. Program Manager II One year of experience equivalent to Program Manager I.



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Expiration Date 2023-06-21