Non-Merit Job Opportunities - Miscellaneous


miscellaneous non-merit jobsThe following non-merit job opportunities are now available. Please note that these positions generally do not have fringe benefits such as leave, health insurance or retirement, unless specified in the job announcement.

It is the policy of Fairfax County Government to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce. 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. TTY 711. EEO/AA/TTY.

 

 

 

 

 


Code Specialist I

Agency:Department of Code Compliance 
Job#: ELT-DCC-17000
Salary:$21.71 (Grade S-19), negotiable, depending on experience, benefits eligible*
Hours: This position will be scheduled in accordance with the Department of Code Compliance Customer Services.
Location: Herrity Building, 12055 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax Virginia

Under the supervision of the Complaint Intake and Case Documentation Section Supervisor and in collaboration with the Office of the Sheriff, Community Labor Force, coordinates the Signs in the Rights-of-Way Program for the Department of Code Compliance, in accordance with Title 33.1, Chapter 7, Article 1 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended (Code), in accordance with agreement between Fairfax County and Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).

Specific Tasks Include: Researches alleged violations of Title 33.1, Chapter 7, Article 1 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended (Code), and manages the enforcement of the prohibition on the placement of signs and advertising within the limits of highways in Fairfax County, on behalf of the Virginia Department of Transportation

Conducts inspections and investigations, collects photographic evidence and utilizes GPS to document evidence related to illegal signs placed in the rights of way.

Gathers necessary information to determine responsible parties and enforce relevant codes. 

Issues written notice in accordance with the State Code.

Maintains case records and documents all processes in case files and database systems

Prepares and forwards relevant investigative documents to the proper County officials for the pursuit of collection activity or further legal action, as necessary

Prepares routine reports and develops technical training related to the Signs in the Rights-of-Way Program

Participates in public outreach activities and answers technical questions related to the Signs in the Rights-of-Way Program

Prepares evidentiary material for presentation and subsequently testifies in court as required

Performs other duties as may be assigned to further the goals and objectives of the department.

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 related field.  Must possess a valid driver’s license

Preferred Qualifications: Prior field work conducting inspections or investigations; knowledge of the process by which code violations in Fairfax County are resolved; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; ability to handle interpersonal conflict situations with tact and diplomacy.

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

Physical Requirements: Ability to safely and legally operate a vehicle in accordance with Fairfax County Standards of Conduct. Ability to lift items weighing up to 15 pounds. Ability to operate and carry inspection equipment (radio, camera, flashlight, tape measure, placards, clipboard, pen, and paper). Ability to move neck/head up and down and side to side, bend, reach, twist, and/or stoop, climb, walk/traverse rough, icy or broken terrain, and go up and down steep inclines.  Ability to wear required department-issued protective footwear. Ability to speak clearly and understandably, and to tolerate various weather conditions while conducting field investigations

Note: *This position may not exceed 1,560 hours per calendar year. Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

To Apply: To apply or learn more about this opportunity, please email Sandra Harrington at sandra.harrington@fairfaxcounty.gov or (703)-324-8239

Business Analyst I

Agency:Department of Administration for Human Services
Job#: ELT-DAHS-17002
Hours: 30 hours per week. Position may require occasional evening and/or weekend hours or overtime due to workload.
Location: Government Center

The Department of Administration for Human Services is hiring a Business Analyst I. This position will be in support of the Office to Prevent and End Homelessness, Information Systems Manager. The position will provide leadership and management of the Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS) Super User Group (users in the community with advanced end user skills and the role of first tier end user support, data quality and analysis within their own organizations). Creates and delivers advanced report training.  Organizes, trains and leads the Super User Group to develop HMIS support capacity within the participating agencies. Analyzes data and creates reports. Tests major and minor builds of the application before upgrade. Communicates with partners through the Super User Group regarding implementation of enhancements. Assist Super User Group in identifying and developing requirements documents for application, workflow and report enhancement. Develops and maintains SharePoint site for communication and documentation.

Minimum: Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to 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 six months of experience analyzing business processes and/or developing/maintaining the main business system, technical platform or a related system.

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

Preferred: Ability to analyze data, produce reports and make recommendations. Knowledge of database management and system administration. Experience programming reports in a complex application and data structure. Experience in SharePoint administration.  

Note: This position may not exceed 1560 hours per calendar year. Individuals in this position are eligible for limited employee benefits (including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage) and participation in flexible spending programs, but not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

Submit your resume and cover letter by email to Nikki Thomas-Campbell at Nikki.Thomas-Campbell@fairfaxcounty.gov

Facilities Coordinator, Management Analyst I

Agency: Administration for Human Services (DAHS)
Job#: ELT-DAHS-17003
Location: Human Services facilities throughout Fairfax County

Job Announcement: The Department of Administration for Human Services, Physical Resources Division is hiring a Facilities Coordinator, Management Analyst I. Under the general supervision of the Human Services Operations Manager, this position serves as a Facility Coordinator for one or more human services departments and co-located sites. Manages projects related to the effective and efficient operations of the human services facilities throughout Fairfax County. Analyzes facilities work orders data and makes recommendations that improve the comfort, safety and environment of the facilities and to foster conservation of resources. As a member of the Human Services Facilities Planning and Operations Management team (SPOM) serves a wide customer base from all human services departments and interacts with other Site Planning and Operation team members, vendors, landlords and staff from other county agencies. Implements policies, procedures, work processes, and activities related to the operations and maintenance of human services facilities. Coordinates space redesign, renovation, moves, facility maintenance issues and equipment acquisition and purchases. Provides response line coverage and manages human services conference centers. Maintains surplus and equipment inventory for human services facilities. Serves as member of the Pennino emergency action team and requires occasional evenings/weekends/holiday coverage, as well as coverage in case of inclement weather and other emergency incidents.

Preferred Requirements: Knowledge and experience of human services facilities and programs. Three years of experience managing facility related projects. At least one year of project management experience. Excellent communication, organizational and collaboration skills. Ability to manage and prioritize complex workload. Ability to analyze data, articulate meaning and implement necessary processes or recommendations. Valid driver's license required.

Note: This position may not exceed 1560 hours per calendar year. Individuals in this position are eligible for limited employee benefits (including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage) and participation in flexible spending programs, but not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

To Apply: Please send your resume to Ferdous.Hakim@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Project Coordinator (Engineer, Project Manager and PMP - S31)

Agency: Fairfax County, DPWES
Job#: ELT-DPWES-17003
Salary: $37.00 to $49.00/hour, benefits eligible* (see description in Job Summary)
Hours: Part-time
Location: Fairfax Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax County, VA, 22035
Career Level:
Experienced (Non-Manager)

Fairfax County, a diverse, dynamic, and growing jurisdiction in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, is seeking a highly motivated and qualified Project Coordinator/Development Manager to lead a team of professionals and technicians engaged in planning and development, design, and construction of large scale, and complex capital and development projects within the county.

This position is responsible for strategic planning, project management, financial oversight; and full development lifecycle of large scale, high profile, and highly complex building and real estate development projects, including joint development partnerships, Requests for Proposals (RFP), development agreements for Public-Private Partnership projects, real estate transactions, site identification and acquisition, due diligence, entitlement process; shared infrastructure; and design, construction and handover to operations while maintaining the highest standards of excellence in quality.

The position is responsible to negotiate key aspects of project development agreements with county legal team, county stakeholders, private developers and other outside organizations. Evaluates financial aspects of competing project development proposals including real estate valuation, financing and lease terms, life-cycle cost comparisons, construction and soft costs, and risk management terms.  Leads and participates in the consultant and/or contractor selection process and negotiates and manages Architect/Engineer contacts; assures conformance with procurement policies and project management processes. Establishes and proactively manages schedules and budgets for design and construction projects. Provides high-level quality control for design and construction documents. 

Illustrative Duties:

Negotiates key aspects of project development agreements with county legal team, county stakeholders, and private developers;

Prepares detailed total project and development cost estimates; evaluates financial aspects of competing project development proposals;

Appraises and profiles the associated risks for development.          

Assists with the development of the capital improvement program and capital budget.

Makes recommendations concerning county budget appropriations for projects;

Prepares and evaluates detailed project development schedules;

Manage the site Due Diligence process in order to ensure that all development risks are identified and quantified. 

Leads and manages a large team of professional consultants under contracts and maintains professional control of projects to ensure effective project delivery to completion;

Leads a diverse team of project stakeholders in the successful management of assigned projects using team based approach.

Directs, coordinates and manages project/program logistics with multiple agencies, community stakeholders, and project based matrix organizational teams and resources from a variety of internal and external sources including technical, legal, financial and other specialty fields.  

Ensures work performed under consultant contracts meet county standards and agreed upon programming, design, specifications, permit and regulatory requirements, budget, and schedule;

Provides design & technical review, guidance and input on key projects throughout the conceptual, preliminary and final design and construction phases to ensure compliance with the project and development scope and goals as well as  all local, state and federal code requirements; may sign and seal design work, technical studies, etc. as required and prepared under direct supervision.

Establishes and manages value engineering process; Manage the approval and permitting phase of the development process and ensure approvals are in line with county and project requirements.

Evaluates projects for energy conservation, environmental considerations, and operational and maintenance requirements. Provides leadership in continuous process improvement initiatives and outcomes consistent with process goals and expectations. 

Prepares and makes presentations to boards, commissions, committees, senior management, and the general public;

May serve on leadership and management working groups including business area teams;

Serves on technical committees and provides expert testimony at public hearings.

Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities:

Ability to work independently and react quickly in a demanding fast-paced environment and interact with diverse individuals and develop solutions to issues and challenges

Knowledge of the principles, theory and practice of civil, architectural, and environmental engineering, urban planning, or land development;

Knowledge of the principles and practices of contract procurement and management;

Ability to enforce contractual specifications; Knowledge of the principles and practices of real property acquisition and development;

Knowledge of modern construction practices and methods; ability to review and analyze construction plans and specifications;

Knowledge of federal, state and local laws and regulations governing land acquisition, design, construction, condemnation proceedings, and contracts in Fairfax County Ability to oversee and coordinate the work of a multi discipline consultant teams;

Ability to plan, organize, coordinate, assign and evaluate the work of professional and support staff in a complex, highly interactive work environment;

Ability to direct programs requiring coordination with other governmental agencies, private developers, and citizen organizations;

Ability to review design documents,  cost proposals, and construction documents for compatibility with county standards, guidelines and operational needs; Ability to collect, compile and analyze research data;

Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing and interact effectively with the public;

Ability to review technical reports and to present findings in a clear and concise format;

Ability to negotiate with individuals and groups internally and externally;

Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to develop an expansive professional network with other organizations and across all levels

Ability to identify and manage the internal and external processes and requirements that impact the projects; 

Ability to manage multiple projects at one time, balance priorities and deadlines, and identify and manage competing interests of the project stakeholders. 

Ability to structure, prepare and deliver concise, understandable presentations on complex issues;

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected and appointed officials and representatives of public, private sector and community organizations;

Ability to train and supervise subordinates as may be required. 

Strong Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs including Excel, Word and PowerPoint.  Knowledge of Microsoft Project.

Employment Standards: Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in urban/regional planning, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, project management, real estate development, construction  or related fields; plus six years of progressively responsible experience in or affiliated with engineering, architectural, land planning and/ real estate development. A driver’s license is required for positions as identified to the Department of Human Resources.

Necessary Special Rquirements: The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer. Must obtain necessary training to assist in emergency response situations. Reports to the county's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) as needed to support DPWES Emergency Response and Recovery. May be required to report to the EOC after-hours and work 12-hour shifts at the EOC as needed.

Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience in dealing with public and private development partners in creating high quality development proposals, conducting comparative analysis of competing development options, and negotiating complex project development agreements. Project management experience on highly complex building and land development projects. Detailed knowledge of local, federal, and state building and site development codes. Information technology skills including use of Microsoft Office software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. Demonstrated expertise in managing complex and multiple building projects concurrently and developing innovative and efficient project management practices for the expedited completion of capital projects. Proven experience in collaboration and teambuilding with various groups. Experience with financial and budgetary planning at the project and program level. Strategic leadership for process improvement and organizational development, safety training and awareness, quality assurance, sustainable development. Management oversight for building development program managing contract resources to meet performance goals in the areas of budget, schedule, project quality, and customer satisfaction. The successful applicant must be highly motivated and self-sufficient; possess the skills necessary to work in a fast-paced collaborative team environment; and be oriented toward providing outstanding customer service to end users and project stakeholders.

To Apply: Send your resume to Katayoon Shaya at Katayoon.Shaya@fairfaxcounty.gov or fax to 703-324-4365 ATTN: Katayoon Shaya

*Note: This position is scheduled to work 30 hours per week (not to exceed 1560 hours per calendar year). Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision, and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

Restoration Ecologist

Job Classification Ecologist II (Grade S-24), Limited-term, benefits eligible 

Agency:Fairfax County Park Authority, Natural Resource Management and Protection Branch
Job#: ELT-FCPA-17012
Salary:$32.00 / hour
Hours:not to exceed 1,560 hours/ calendar year 

The Fairfax County Park Authority, located in Northern Virginia outside Washington D.C., seeks a restoration ecologist to perform within its countywide ecological restoration program titled Helping Our Land Heal (HOLH).  The position is part-time seasonal, not to exceed 1,560 hours per year. A health benefit plan will be available for purchase, but paid leave and retirement benefits are not included.

We are seeking an ecologist with skills in ecological restoration, natural resource management and project management to conduct ecological restoration activities at select sites across parkland totaling more than 20,000 acres.  Fairfax County is large and diverse and contains many rare species and habitat types.  Typical habitats in the region include upland and riparian forests, wetlands, open meadows, disturbed, and successional areas.  The HOLH program implements one of four program areas identified in the Park Authority’s agency-wide Natural Resource Management Plan.  It plans for and implements ecological restoration and natural resource management activities with the end goal of restoring terrestrial and aquatic ecological systems and associated natural capital.   

Under general supervision, the position is expected to serve as a full-performance team member for the HOLH program.  The position will have both office and field responsibilities, and may supervise field personnel.  It will serve as a contact/resource on questions from citizens and business relating to individual restoration projects.

Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree is required in ecology, biology, botany, geography, natural resources, environmental, or related field; Master’s degree preferred in ecology, biology, botany, geography, natural resources, environmental, or related field.
    • Two or more years related experience (graduate education can substitute for part) is required.
    • Experience scoping and planning ecological restoration or natural resource management projects, and overseeing and developing treatment or natural resource management plans is preferred.
    • Experience managing and implementing ecological restoration projects, and applied natural resource management is preferred.
    • Experience designing and conducting success monitoring for ecological restoration projects and natural resource maintenance activities is preferred.
    • Experience budgeting, scheduling, and administering projects and contracts for ecological restorations or natural resource management is preferred.
    • Experience supervising field personnel is preferred.
    • Experience using Microsoft Office and ArcGIS is required. 
    • Ability to communicate technical and semi-technical issues effectively, both orally and writing, to a wide range of audiences is required.
    • Ability to collaborate or partner with project stakeholders is required.
    • Ability to perform field work alone under potentially adverse conditions, including exposure to heat, humidity, steep and wet terrain and insects is required.
    • Ability to operate a motor vehicle is required.

To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume via email to Owen Williams at owilli@fairfaxcounty.gov.Applications will be accepted from now until February 24th, 2017.  The anticipated start date is March 24th, 2017. 

Fairfax County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Reasonable Accommodation upon request.

Ecologist I

Agency:Public Works & Environmental Services / Stormwater Planning Division
Job#: ELT-DPWES-17002
Salary:$23.7883 -$31.8097 hourly, benefits eligible
Hours:30 Hours per week 

Job Announcement: Under general supervision of the Ecologist III (52003056) (Watershed Assessment Branch in the Stormwater Planning Division), assists with coordination, participation and development of stormwater-related public outreach and education programs and materials. Assists with water resources and biological science duties including water quality monitoring, habitat evaluations, stream assessments and other stormwater monitoring tasks. As needed, provides support for other stormwater management programs and activities. Duties include supporting the development of brochures, web pages, signage, reports and/or other communication tools; disseminating information on stream ecology and watershed management to various audiences using both verbal and written communications; assisting with data management, entry and quality control; and providing administrative support to staff within WAB on various programs.

Required Knowledge Skills And Abilities:

    • General knowledge of stream ecology, terrestrial ecology, botany, bioassessments protocols, and stream habitats;
    • General knowledge of local, federal and state regulations, codes, and ordinances related to the Federal Clean Water Act and/or the National Environmental Policy Act;
    • General knowledge of wetland regulations and permitting requirements;
    • Knowledge of fish, plants and/or wildlife communities and field identification to the species level;
    • Knowledge of benthic macro invertebrate communities and laboratory identification to the genus level;
    • Knowledge of laboratory and field safety procedures, and the handling, storage and transfer and/or application of flammable and/or toxic chemicals; Knowledge of stream and/or vegetative community classification methodologies;
    • Knowledge of Wetland Delineation techniques including the U.S. Corps of Engineers’ Wetland Identification and Delineation Manual;
    • Knowledge of personal computers, associated hardware, and networked environments for the development, storage and dissemination of environmental data;
    • Ability to collect samples and perform field analysis of water chemistry parameters;
    • Ability to calibrate and maintain field equipment used in water quality and natural resource monitoring;
    • Ability to analyze and manage environmental data using databases, spreadsheets, and statistical programs;
    • Ability to communicate technical and semi-technical issues effectively, both orally and in writing, to a wide range of audiences;
    • Ability to carry field equipment and hike long distances over rough terrain;
    • Ability to operate a motor vehicle.

Employment Standard: Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in aquatic ecology, ecology, biology, botany, zoology, geography, environmental science, limnology, natural resource management, or a related field.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in water quality monitoring, aquatic ecosystem assessment and management, data analysis and reporting, bioassessments (fish, macroinvertebrates, vegetative communities, wildlife) using standard protocols, and assessments of stream and/or terrestrial habitat conditions; knowledge and experience with stormwater management systems; experience working in streams, collecting physical, chemical, and biological water quality monitoring data; experience in developing and conducting public outreach and education campaigns on environmental topics for various audiences - with an emphasis on school-age children; knowledge of pertinent environmental regulations governing stormwater discharges; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing, and giving public presentations; and knowledge of safety procedures for handling and testing substances.

Licensures/Certifications: The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.  Also a driver’s license is required for this position.

Physical Requirements: This position requires one to be able to stand, stoop, bend, stretch, walk, climb, sit, type on a keyboard, and lift up to 50 pounds.  In addition, appointee must be able to walk long distances and carry equipment through rough terrain including stream valleys and wetlands and physically and mentally able to use all applicable personal protective equipment in an outdoor environment; including hardhat, eye protection, hearing protection, safety footwear, chest waders, etc. 

*Note: This position may not exceed 1,560 hours per calendar year. Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay. 

To Apply: Email your resume to DPWES-STW-Resumes@fairfaxcounty.gov

Senior Engineer III (part time position)

Building Design Branch, Project Manager (Architect, Civil Engineer, Structural Engineer, Mechanical Engineer or Electrical Engineer)

Agency:Department of Public Works and Environmental Services, Capital Facilities
Job#:ELT-DPWES-17001
Salary: Min: $33.17/hr, Mid: $44.22/hr, benefits eligible*
Hours:Part-time, approximately 20 - 32 hours per week

The DPWES Building Design and Construction Division, Building Design Branch, is seeking an architect, civil engineer, structural engineer, mechanical engineer or electrical engineer acting as the owner’s representative for new building construction and renovation projects.  This position provides overall project management for the development of a wide variety of county building projects, including fire stations, libraries, police stations, community centers, administrative offices, and vehicle maintenance facilities.

Responsibilities include: planning, scope and budget development, site assessment and coordinating land acquisition, consultant selection, negotiations and contract management, design and quality control, and construction administration.  Excellent oral and written communication skills and experience with both public and internal presentations to various audiences.  Knowledge of local, federal, and state building and site development codes.  Information technology skills including use of Microsoft Office software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project.  Proven experience in collaboration and team building with various groups.  Experience with financial and budgetary planning at the project and program level.  Experience with quality assurance, value engineering, sustainable development, and safety training and awareness.  The successful candidate will be highly motivated and self-sufficient; possess the skills necessary to work in a fast-paced collaborative team environment; and oriented toward providing outstanding customer service to end users and project stakeholders.

The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services (DPWES) is a comprehensive organization working to improve and enhance the lives of the county’s 1.1 million residents. The DPWES working environment fosters innovative thinking, collaboration between agencies and the public, and cultivates employee’s skills through training, education, and mentoring. DPWES designs, implements, and maintains capital projects, while protecting our natural resources.

Minimum Qualifications: 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 field and Professional Engineer or Architect license.

Licensures/Certifications: Possession of a valid Virginia Professional Engineer or Architect license from the Commonwealth of Virginia or similar registration from another state and can achieve Virginia registration within one year of the start of employment. The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.  Also a driver’s license is required for this position.

*Note: This position may not exceed 1,560 hours per calendar year. Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay. 

To Apply: Email your resume to amy.cartwright@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Policy and Plan Development Intern (Planning Tech I)

Agency: Department of Planning and Zoning, Planning Division
Job#: ELT-DPZ-17000
Salary:$18.90/hour
Hours: 30 hours per week

Required education and experience:

o    Graduate degree (or current graduate student) in urban planning or related field

o    Familiarity with graphic design concepts and software   

o    Experience with geographic information systems mapping and analysis

o    Proficiency with written and verbal communications, including social media and other online communication

o    Familiarity with primary and secondary source research

Work Description: Primarily responsible for assisting planners in the completion of long-range planning projects and assignments, including research and the production of written and graphic materials. Other tasks may relate to public outreach and engagement, including serving as consultant liaison, and conducting research and analysis on planning topics. GIS projects, database management, and report creation and presentation opportunities are possible, as well as other support services identified by staff. The intern will work under the direction of Planning Division, Policy and Plan Development staff.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Meghan Van Dam at meghan.vandam@fairfaxcounty.gov or by mail to:

Meghan Van Dam
Department of Planning & Zoning
12055 Government Center Parkway, Suite 730
Fairfax, VA 22035

Management Analyst I

Agency: Public Works & Environmental Services / Land Development Services
Job#: ELT-DPWES-17000
Salary:$23.86 - $39.76 Hourly

Fairfax County has a limited term employment opportunity available for a Management Analyst I. This position supports the Economic Initiatives Coordinator with the coordination and implementation of the County’s Economic Success Strategic Plan (ESSP).

This position will perform a variety of analytical, administrative and technical work to assist with project planning, coordination, and facilitation on selected strategic projects, technical analysis of work processes and procedures, and making connections among broad stakeholder groups, all in support of goals of the ESSP.  Manage and coordinate communitywide events sponsored by the county or in coordination with key stakeholders in support of the ESSP.  Perform analytical, administrative, and technical work to assist with performance measurement, including the manipulation, visual depiction, and dissemination of the information. Support internal and external communications on the work being carried out by multiple teams. Write and prepare presentations and written reports.  Organize and facilitate teams working on ESSP implementation efforts. Integrate the efforts of multiple teams involved in the implementation of ESSP strategies.

We are looking for motivated self-starters with experience and skills in coordinating projects, events, and community outreach, and with conducting research, gathering and maintaining data and performance metrics.   Bachelor's degree from accredited university or college with a degree in Planning, Business, Economics, or Public Administration is preferred.  The ideal candidate will also have experience with Microsoft Office Suite and MS Publisher, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational skills, as well as experience working in a collaborative team environment.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor's degree in a business administration, public administration, statistics or field related to the assigned functional area such as human resources, budgeting and financial management, or contract administration and business management.

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

Note: *This position may not exceed 1560 hours per calendar year.  Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance, and participation in flexible spending programs but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

To Apply: Submit your resume to Eta Davis at eta.davis@fairfaxcounty.gov no later than 2/13/2017

Data Analyst

Agency: Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board (CSB)
Job #: ELT-CSB-16007
Salary: $23.54 - $31.39/hour, partial benefits eligible*
Schedule: Year round part time work, flexible schedule*
Location: CSB Administrative Office, 12011 Government Center Parkway, Suite 836

New opportunity in a dynamic organization supporting the launch of a large-scale primary and behavioral health care integration effort. Be part of a collaborative team serving as the data analyst for the Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration (PBHCI) multi-year grant. This position assures that all data needs related to the PBHCI grant are completed, coordinated, managed and reported in alignment with all mandates and requirements. Serves as a liaison to the grant team, partner agencies, federal grant staff, and contracted program evaluator. Responsibilities include supporting data analysis, entry, monitoring and reporting through the CSB’s electronic health record as well as the federal data management system. 

Works closely with third party evaluator to develop and utilize data measurement tools. Provides routine progress reports to project and agency staff. Develops graphs, charts and other visuals to display data; prepares reports and presentations.Works with federal grant advisors as needed to assure data is in compliance with federal mandates. Teams with partner organization data collection staff to align data entry, management and analysis processes. Participates in all required grant conferences and partner meetings May assist in conducting interviews and focus groups, and support administration of participant surveys. 

The CSB is the Fairfax County agency that plans, organizes and provides services for people in our community who have mental illness, substance use disorders, and/or an intellectual disability. For more information about the CSB, click here.  

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to the following: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, statistics or field related to the assigned functional area such as human resources, budgeting and financial management, or contract administration and business management. 

Four years of increasingly complex technical experience in the assigned functional area, comparable to experience at the Administrative Assistant IV, or higher, level can be substituted for the educational or professional experience standards listed to qualify for this position.

Necessary 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. A negative tuberculosis test result is also required for this position.  Limited travel may be required between sites.

Note: *This position may not exceed 1560 hours per calendar year. Individual in this position is eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but is not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

To Apply: Submit your resume via email to Linda Mount, CSB Data & Performance Manager, at  Linda.Mount@FairfaxCounty.gov. Position is open until filled.

Video Engineer / Cable Television Engineer

Part-Time Position (20 - 30 Hours/Week)

Agency: Communications Productions Division, Channel 16 TV, Department of Cable and Consumer Services
Job#: ELT-DCCS-16002
Salary: Ranges between $22.44 - $37.40/hour (Grade S-20)
Schedule:
Part-time, exempt position scheduled for 20 hours per week (not to exceed 900 hours per calendar year). Some evening work required. 

Nationally recognized, award-winning government cable television channel seeks highly skilled and results-oriented part-time television engineer to join their growing team. Under general direction, assist with technical operations for field, remote, studio, digital non-linear editing and playback facilities for distribution via government cable channel, training network, video streaming, and video-on-demand. Programs and updates Master Control automation and playback. Carries out project assignments under the supervision of the Cable Television Senior Engineer or the Communications Productions Division Director.

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to the following: associate degree in computer science, electrical engineering, electronics, or a related field; plus two years of network and/or telecommunications experience; or bachelor degree in such fields; plus one year of experience in video, telecommunications or network system operation, design, analysis, installation, and troubleshooting.

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor of science in engineering or related field; plus two years of professional experience in video engineering, including television, video or data network troubleshooting and systems operation; video, fiber or data systems and storage area networks (SANs); and Master Control automation and playback.

Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities: Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques relating to video systems operation and troubleshooting. Ability to review and understand video and network system designs.

To Apply: Send your resume to gregory.smalfelt@fairfaxcounty.gov 

Engineer III

Part-Time Position* (20 - 30 Hours/Week)

Building Design Branch, Project Manager (Architect, Civil Engineer, Structural Engineer, Mechanical Engineer or Electrical Engineer)

Agency:Capital Facilities, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services (DPWES)
Job#: ELT-DPWES-16007
Salary: Ranges between $32.73 - $43.64/hour (Grade S-27) benefit eligible*
Schedule:
Part-Time, Exempt position scheduled for 30 hours per week. 

The DPWES Building Design and Construction Division, Building Design Branch, is seeking an architect, civil engineer, structural engineer, mechanical engineer or electrical engineer acting as the owner’s representative for new building construction and renovation projects.  This position provides overall project management for the development of a wide variety of county building projects, including fire stations, libraries, police stations, community centers, administrative offices, and vehicle maintenance facilities.

Responsibilities include: negotiating and managing architect/engineer contacts; assuring that projects are executed within established budgets and schedules; coordinating Using Agency requirements into the construction documents; ensuring customer satisfaction and facilitating quality control of construction documents. The successful applicant must be highly motivated; possess the skills necessary to work in a fast-paced collaborative team environment; and be oriented toward providing outstanding customer service to end users and project stakeholders.

The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services (DPWES) is a comprehensive organization working to improve and enhance the lives of the county’s 1.1 million residents. The DPWES working environment fosters innovative thinking, collaboration between agencies and the public, and cultivates employee’s skills through training, education, and mentoring. DPWES designs, implements, and maintains capital projects, while protecting our natural resources 

Minimum Qualifications:
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 field.

Licensures/Certifications:
The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.  Also a driver’s license is required for this position.

Required Knowledge Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques relating to construction project management and contract administration;

Ability to review construction documents, designs and proposals for costs, design requirements and compatibility with county standards, guides and operational needs;
Ability to meet and interact with the public;

To Apply: Send your resume to Amy.Cartwright@fairfaxcounty.gov

*Note: This position is scheduled to work 30 hours per week (not to exceed 1560 hours per calendar year). Individuals in these positions are eligible for limited employee benefits, including medical, vision, and dental insurance coverage, and participation in flexible spending programs, but are not eligible to earn leave or receive holiday pay.

Cooks and Wait Staff (seasonal)

Agency: Park Authority
Job # ELT-FCPA-13037
Location: Laurel Hill Golf Club in Lorton, Virginia

Seeking line cooks and wait staff for immediate seasonal openings with the added possibility that some long term positions may become available after the first of the year. For further information please contact the Food and Beverage Manager, Eddison Rosales at 703-493-8849, ext. 2210.


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