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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

    Receptionist

    Performs duties of reception and routine clerical work as needed. High School diploma or equivalent. One-year clerical experience. Completion of clerical training from a recognized occupational training may be substituted for one year of clerical experience. Ability to type 25 wpm and perform data entry. Must be Bilingual (English/Spanish). $13.50/hr. + benefits Open Until Filled

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  • Kern County

    Custodian

    Performs necessary work to maintain a clean and safe environment managing general clean-up of all areas as directed. High Schools diploma or equivalent within one year of hire. Experience working with children and families desirable. Must be fingerprinted and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services and Community Care Licensing. $12.21/hr. Part-time Open Until Filled

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  • Kern County

    Family Services & Disabilities Supervisor

    Responsible for assisting in the development and planning of a comprehensive Head Start and Early Head Start program; including providing supervision; leadership; training and technical expertise for program staff. Responsible for the ongoing, monitoring, data collection, record keeping, planning, and supervision of assigned staff. Responsible for the overall compliance and requirements of all policies and procedures as outlined in the Performance Standards, Community Care Licensing and State Requirements in the Family Services and Disabilities Service Area. Bachelor’s degree from any accredited college or university in child development or health related field, preferred. Minimum 2 years of Supervisory experience. Minimum 2 years of experience in Family Services and Disabilities or related field. Experience working with young children and their families highly desirable. 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. Must have reliable transportation during work hours. Must have a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance and acceptable driving record substantiated by a DMV printout. $29.50/hr.+ benefits. Open until filled.

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  • Kern County

    Family Service Worker I

    Implement comprehensive case management inclusive of all service areas. Operate as a liaison between classroom and home settings in support of all areas. Responsible for Head Start Performance Standards, State Programs Funding Terms and conditions, Community Care Licensing Title 22 and title. Within eighteen months of hire, at a minimum a credential or certification in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related must be acquired. Additional experience may be substituted for education requirements. Minimum two years of case management experience in family services with Head Start, Early Head Start, Child welfare, medical Social work, public Assistance, Psychiatric Social work, or related group work and community organizations. One year of general computer experience. Bilingual language fluency (English/Spanish) highly desirable. Must be fingerprinted and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing. Must have a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance and acceptable driving record substantiated by a DMV printout. $14.99/hr.+ benefits. Open until filled.

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  • Kern County

    Family Service Worker II

    Implement comprehensive case management inclusive of all service areas. Operate as a liaison between classroom and home settings in support of all areas. Responsible for Head Start Performance Standards, State Programs Funding Terms and conditions, Community Care Licensing Title 22 and title. Within eighteen months of hire, at a minimum a credential or certification in social work, human services, family services, counseling or a related must be acquired. Additional experience may be substituted for education requirements. Minimum three years of case management experience in family services with Head Start, Early Head Start, Child welfare, medical Social work, public Assistance, Psychiatric Social work, or related group work and community organizations. One year of general computer experience. Bilingual language fluency (English/Spanish) highly desirable. Must be fingerprinted and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing. Must have a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance and acceptable driving record substantiated by a DMV printout. $16.11/hr.+ benefits. Open until filled.

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  • Kern County

    HVI Home Visitor

    The HVI Home Visitor leads and shares responsibility for planning, organizing, and implementing the care, development, and education of developing children (birth to 3, and pregnant women). Responsible for implementing a quality early education home-based curriculum and developing a positive relationship with children, parents, and families. The Home Visitor will provide the parent with parent education, assistance with job readiness and barrier removal. The goal of the Home Visitor is to help families reach self-sufficiency by improving family engagement practices; supporting healthy development of young children living in poverty; and preparing parents for employment. Must have twenty-four (24) college semester units in Early Childhood Development, Human Development or related field or similar area of study. Two years’ experience with children or a community service program. Three (3) college semester units in infant/toddler courses desired. One-year experience in data entry. Bilingual (English/Spanish) capabilities desirable. Possession of a valid California Driver’s License and State automobile insurance, and acceptable driving record substantiated by a DMV printout. Must be fingerprinted if required by funding source or state licensing and have such records filed with the State Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing. $21.42/hr. + benefits. Open until filled

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