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    Human Resources Division
    Human Resources (HR) is dedicated to providing professional and confidential assistance to all employees and applicants in the areas of recruitment and retention. Our responsibilities include new hire orientation, employee benefits, employee/labor relations, collective bargaining, safety and disaster preparedness, salary administration, job classification, employee policy manual, employee discipline and terminations, workers’ compensation, training and equal employment opportunity. Human Resources serves a dual role: as an internal consultant to management on HR-related matters and as an advocate for employees.

    Human Resources is committed to the employees and applicants we serve to ensure consistent, fair and uniform treatment of all.

    We welcome you to our website and encourage you to contact us as needed with your comments, concerns or questions

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  • Kern County

    Information & Referral Specialist

    Provides confidential, appropriate, unbiased health and social service information, referrals and advocacy to the general public by telephone; tracking gaps in service; and assisting callers with questions and the appointment needs. HS diploma or equivalent. One-year Information and Referral experience preferred but not required. Knowledge of health and social services in Kern County also preferred. Must be bilingual (English/Spanish) $12.74/hr. + benefits Open until filled

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  • Kern County

    Operations Technician

    Responsible for inventory control and distribution, building, warehouse, diagnostic equipment and fleet maintenance. High school diploma or GED. Two years responsible experience in inventory control and data base management preferred. Working knowledge of software programs Windows, MS Office Access MS Excel and the internet. Possession of a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance and acceptable driving record. $15.50/hr. + benefit package. Open until filled

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  • Kern County

    Accounting Manager

    Responsible for managing, planning, directing and coordinating the day to day accounting operations of the organization. Additionally, responsible for specialized accounting and monitoring tasks. Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration or related field with at least twenty-four units in accounting and accounting related courses. Five years of progressive accounting experience, including two years of supervisory experience. Accounting experience in a non-profit or governmental entity is desirable. Must be fingerprinted and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services. Possession of a valid California Driver’s license and state automobile insurance and acceptable driving record substantiated by a DMV printout. $28.02/hr. – $42.04/hr. DOE + benefits. Open until filled

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  • Kern County

    Homeless Navigator

    Works with the homeless community and assessment point service providers to build relationships with the homeless community, provide advocacy and assist with connection to benefits and housing. The primary goal is to identify unsheltered homeless individuals through community referrals from direct homeless providers and social service agencies. High School diploma. Up to one year of working with the homeless preferred. Knowledge of Kern health and social services preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) desired. Possession of a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance and acceptable driving record. $15.33 + benefit package. Open until filled

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  • Kern County

    WIC Clerk

    Provides the clerical functions of distributing vouchers, documenting in-take and medical information, assisting with the physical setting up and maintaining clinics. High Schools diploma or equivalent. One-year customer service experience. General computer knowledge. Valid California Driver’s License and acceptable Driving record. $12.00/hr. + benefits Open Until Filled

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  • Kern County

    Associate Teacher

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    Along with the Teacher, responsible to provide a safe, healthy, developmentally appropriate, educational and supervised environment for children 3-5 years of age (i.e. indoor classroom, outdoor play area, and during field trips). Encourage parent involvement in all aspects of the program. To promote the social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of children. of children. Must possess a valid Associate Teacher Permit. At least six months of classroom experience in a pre-school setting. Bilingual language fluency (Spanish/English) highly desirable. Must be fingerprinted and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing. $14.45/hr. – $15.83/hr. depending on education. + benefits. Open until filled.

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