Deschutes County

16 job(s) at Deschutes County

Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Mar 25, 2021
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for a Public Health Nurse II, Immunization Program Coordinator. The Immunization Program Coordinator participates in the management, planning, and implementation of the Immunization Program, which includes direct clinical services to clients of the Deschutes County Immunization Clinic. In addition to staffing the immunization clinic, duties include organizing agency and community events such as offsite vaccination clinics and clinical outbreak response events. This position supports development of programs and interventions with the goal of increasing community immunization rates; providing education and training to health care partners, schools, day cares, and the community; assuring that County, State, and Federal Program requirements are met; and evaluating and preparing program reports. Position requires collaboration with community agencies, media, internal clinic staff, and other health services programs.
Deschutes County
Feb 22, 2021
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for its next Accounting Manager. The Accounting Manager will provide professional management-level financial services to the Finance Department. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and directing Accounting, Disbursements, Purchasing, Financial Reporting, Auditing, Fixed Assets, Budgetary Compliance, accounting advice to departments, and other financial functions for the County. In addition the incumbent will manage, supervise, and coordinate the work of others and will have program and project oversight responsibilities. Duties include preparing both the County's comprehensive annual financial report and popular annual financial report; performing research, interpreting, and ensuring that County accounting practices and financial reports are compliant with GAAP, GASB, state and federal law, and the County's ordinances, rules, regulation, policies, procedures, and other guidelines; evaluating, developing, implementing, and managing County-wide internal controls and advising other County departments on financial policies and procedures; providing support and advice to other functions of the Finance Department as required; managing and coordinating the daily activities of assigned departmental staff, conducting performance evaluations, initiating and implementing disciplinary actions, providing training and coaching, enforcing policies, hiring and termination decisions, and resolving employee relations issues; reviewing, evaluating, and correcting financial transactions to ensure alignment with the adopted budget, and accounting and reporting requirements; managing efficient and effective month-end and year-end closing processes; and supervising the preparation of monthly financial reports presented to the Board of County Commissioners. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or Public Administration; AND five (5) years of public sector managerial accounting experience; OR any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required skills and knowledge to perform the job.   Preference will be given for: Oregon CPA certificate. Master of Business Administration. Must have knowledge of: Principles and practices of Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) preparations. Principles and practices related to automated finance and accounting systems. Principles and practices of accounting including governmental fund accounting, internal controls, accounting systems, record keeping, and auditing including generally accepted accounting principles and professional standards developed by GASB and other authoritative bodies. County financial, accounting and budget policies and organizational goals. Statutory budget laws, rules and regulations applicable to local government accounting. State and Federal laws regulating treasury, cash, investments, debt, and banking management. Principles of cost accounting. Management and supervisory principles and business office procedures. Must have the ability to: Establish goals and policies and develop, implement and evaluate programs and business practices. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing and prepare clear and concise reports and recommendations regarding financial information and business processes. Establish and maintain cooperative-working relationships with individuals, the public, co-workers, department staff, and others at all times. Manage and lead the work of professional and administrative support staff. Coach, train, and evaluate assigned staff. Evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of various accounting applications and alternative systems. Think critically and solve highly technical and complex problems associated with auditing, financial reporting, and accounting systems. Lead and implement change, exercise professional judgment and discretion. Organize and manage work and projects effectively and efficiently.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Feb 18, 2021
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for its next County Administrator. The County Administrator is appointed by and serves at the discretion of the Board of County Commissioners. The Administrator is the Chief Administrative Officer and is responsible for:   General operations of the County Supervision and management of department directors, excluding elected officials and County Counsel Administering the County’s personnel system and rules Conducting short and long term planning Implementation of the Board’s goals and policies Administering the County’s public contracting and purchasing processes Acting as the organization’s Budget Officer and developing the County’s proposed annual budget Ensuring compliance with state laws, ordinances, service contracts, and all orders, and resolutions, policies, rules, procedures, and regulations adopted by the Board of County Commissioners COMPENSATION: $170,000 to $220,000 Annual    Dependent on qualifications.  Excellent County benefit package when eligible.   Minimum Qualifications: Successful candidates for this position will have a Bachelor's Degree in a relevant field and a minimum of eight years of senior or executive management experience in medium or large organizations, agencies, and/or associations. Preference will be given for: Demonstrated leadership experience in the public sector Master's Degree in a relevant field For more information about qualifications for this position, please visit www.deschutes.org/administrator   To apply, please visit www.deschutes.org/jobs
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Nov 03, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is looking for an experienced Program Manager to lead a team of passionate, dedicated and hard-working employees. This position will oversee the Public Health Advancement and Protections Section, which includes public health information and communications, emergency preparedness, epidemiology, immunizations, and communicable disease prevention, surveillance and response. The Program Manager must be knowledgeable of communicable diseases, including transmission, prevention, and epidemiology, and will guide the daily operations of the Deschutes County local COVID-19 response.   The Program Manager position is part of the Health Services management team and is required to apply public health best practices and principles while assuming a leadership role in strategic and operational planning, service integration, performance management, quality improvement, audits, critical incidents, and complaints. The incumbent will actively participate in community health and needs assessments in order to shape departmental programs and policies. Responsibilities include addressing budgetary solvency, apply for and managing various grant funding streams, evaluating program effectiveness, and developing professional staff.  This position will interface regularly with the public, key agency stakeholders, county commissioners, coordinated care organizations, the media, as well as regional and state partners. May be required to travel throughout the state to participate in various committee meetings and conferences.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Jul 06, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for a Public Health Management Analyst. This person reports to the Deschutes County Health Services Public Health Director. This person must function in a collaborative manner, work independently, and have appropriate time management and technical skills to meet numerous scheduled and urgent project deadlines. The Management Analyst will be responsible for analyzing data related to health behaviors and outcomes and identifying and implementing best-practices for communicating and influencing public health attitudes, beliefs and behaviors. Duties include identifying, compiling, reconciling, and analyzing data from both internal and external sources; conducting literature reviews and statistical analysis of behavior, economic, demographic, programmatic, policy, and health outcome data.  The Management Analyst will also be responsible for providing clear, concise and easily understood summaries and reports of findings and recommendations in a narrative, visual and/or oral presentation format; serving as the Public Health lead for behavior change communication, strategies and tools; developing reporting capabilities and ensuring data quality and documentation is accurate and adequate; and assisting in the development of performance measurements. This position will also be responsible for providing contract management and oversight for a limited number community contracts and other duties as assigned.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Jul 03, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for an Accountant in the Solid Waste Department. This position performs professional accounting and financial analytical activities in connection with accounting for Governmental and Proprietary Funds using generally accepted accounting principles, methods, and practices. The position requires an in-depth knowledge of financial reporting and related systems, the derivation of standard costs, cost accounting. Duties include reviewing and recording receipts and expenditures and if necessary make adjustments; maintaining and reconciling accounts receivable to control totals; supporting a cost accounting system; participating in the annual budgeting process, preparing supporting schedules, balancing inter-fund activity and maintaining the audit trail; conducting cost-benefit analysis and presenting to management to assist in decision making; and maintaining the fixed asset inventory database.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Jul 03, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for a Budget Manager. This position is responsible for managing, planning, developing, publishing, and implementing the County's budget. Duties include developing and preparing budget documents; conducting budget analyses and developing revenue and expenditure forecasts; identifying trends impacting the allocation of budget resources; recommending budget strategies; developing internal service rates and working with Human Resources to maintain the County's legal FTE; conducting research of economic indicators, performing trend analyses and making recommendations; monitoring the budget throughout the fiscal year; developing and reviewing budget status reports; comparing year-end projections to the final budget; coordinating budget amendments; providing decision and analytical support to the Board of County Commissioners and County Administer; processing financial and technical transactions and maintaining account records;  managing budgets for county-wide programs and projects that are not assigned to a specific department; and researching and analyzing transactions to resolve budget problems.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Apr 21, 2020
Part time
Deschutes County is currently accepting applications for a half-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to join our Health Services team. The current opening will focus on providing outpatient services to underserved young children through young adults with a range of psychiatric diagnoses. Services will include a full range of comprehensive psychiatric assessments, medication management, consultation, and clinical leadership within department multidisciplinary teams.  Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in Nursing from an accredited college or university. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a license to practice as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority in the State of Oregon by date of hire. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Certificate by date of hire. Possession of or ability to obtain certification from American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) in area of specialty. Preferred for this position : Experience in a public or community mental health position. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Must have knowledge and experience with: Psychiatric principles and practices, laws, rules and regulations governing the provision of care to patients in the State of Oregon. Processes, procedures and theories of clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health clients. Principles, practices and theories of clinical education of patients in the areas of psychiatric care. Must have the ability to: Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials. Work with computer applications related to work. Provide licensed medical services in accordance with Oregon Administrative Rules. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, clients, community partners and other social or medical agencies at all times. Deal with sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality of privileged information, as well as comply with all privacy and security regulations. Communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing. Respond calmly and professionally in crisis, stressful, and emergency situations.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Apr 10, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for two Behavioral Health Specialist II - Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT) members. These positions will provide community based assessment and crisis intervention on the phone and face-to-face, in a variety of settings including medical facilities, jails, hospitals, the community, and office settings. The incumbent will provide hospital liaison/coordination and pre-commitment investigations to children, adults, and seniors. These positions are designed to provide services in conjunction with emergency first responders such as law enforcement, medical facilities, and family members for people in crisis. These are full-time positions with a unique schedule working in several 24-hour shifts(including evenings, weekends, and holidays) with multiple days off following. Successful candidates are required to live within a geographic proximity that will allow a timely response to emergency situations in multiple locations. This is defined as living in the Bend or Redmond areas and within 30 minutes of St. Charles and Redmond hospitals/medical centers. The requirement remains in effect for the duration of employment in this position. Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in psychology, social work, recreational therapy, music therapy, art therapy or a behavioral science field with one year of experience in the behavioral health field; OR a Bachelor's degree in nursing or occupational therapy, licensed by the State of Oregon, with three years of experience in a behavioral health field. There are registration/certification requirements under the Mental Health and Addiction Counseling Board of Oregon (MHACBO) that apply to Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP) hired by Deschutes County Health Services (DCHS).  This only applies to QMHPs who do not possess current licensure or are currently pursuing licensure as an LCSW, LMFT, or LPC. Please see website for information on these requirements: https://mhacbo.org/en/ There is no need to take action at this point. More information will be provided to candidates who progress to the final stage of the interview process. Registration and/or certification fees will be paid by DCHS, if the candidate selected for the position meets the criteria for registration/certification. Preferred for this position: Current licensure without restrictions from a recognized governing board in Oregon as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).  Possession of Investigator Training Certification to provide Civil Commitment Investigations. Experience providing crisis intervention services. Civil Commitment Investigation experience. Experience working with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). Requires a demonstrated ability to: Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Work effectively both independently and in a team setting. Prepare concise and complete reports and documentation related to client assessment and services in a timely manner. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, clients and their families, other agencies, and the public at all times. Act professionally with regard to code of ethics and confidentiality. For additional information or to apply please visit our website at: www.deschutes.org/jobs
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Apr 10, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for an Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Specialist I, previous experience as a services coordinator or personal agent in the Oregon service delivery system is strongly preferred. This position is responsible for providing service coordination/case management for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities who live in a variety of residential settings. Duties include but are not limited to, assessment of individual support needs and development and implementation of individual service plans to meet support needs; identifying strategies to avert or resolve a client crisis; maintaining client records in accordance with rules and regulations; identifying resources available through individuals and or agencies to address client support needs and life goals; monitoring of services to assure compliance with Medicaid requirements; and facilitating productive team processes. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in psychology, sociology, social work or related field, and two years of experience in the delivery of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. May alternatively possess an Associate's degree in psychology, sociology, social work or related field, and four years of experience in the delivery of services to individuals with developmental disabilities, or have an equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience. Preference will be given for : Prior experience as a services coordinator or personal agent delivering case management in the Oregon I/DD service delivery system. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Prior experience and/or knowledge of Positive Behavior Support and Person Centered Thinking. Knowledge of Oregon Intellectual and Developmental Disability (I/DD) case management practices. Knowledge of the Medicaid/Supplemental Security Income System. Knowledge of Oregon Administrative Rules/ISP Process. Must have knowledge of: Different types of disabilities and the medical, physical, psychological implications they create. Must have a demonstrated ability to : Work well in a team setting as well as independently. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others at all times. Manage and prioritize time and workload. Prepare concise and complete documentation and reports in a timely, accurate, and professional manner. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Work respectfully with people with disabilities and their families. Please visit our website for more information or to apply at www.deschutes.org/jobs
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Apr 10, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County and the 9-1-1 Service District are currently accepting applications for 9-1-1 Call Takers. Deschutes County and the District invite candidates who may be interested in working towards an exciting career as a 9-1-1 dispatcher to review the information and watch the videos on the 9-1-1 Career Opportunities page.   Please visit our website for additional information or to apply at: www.deschutes.org/jobs
Deschutes County
Mar 05, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for a Maintenance Specialist II. This position performs a variety of skilled tasks in the maintenance of buildings, equipment and fixtures. Duties include but are not limited to building, repairing, and maintaining County facilities, properties, offices and furniture; inspecting, maintaining, and repairing mechanical equipment, heating, ventilating and electrical systems; and maintaining records on all maintenance and repair activities. This position is specifically responsible for overseeing the operation of the mechanical and electrical systems of County buildings located within the Justice Center Complex, which includes the Jail, Work Center, and Sheriff's Office. The incumbent will perform a variety of maintenance, custodial and carpentry work in building facilities, as well as other related work as required. Typical shift is Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. however, this position will require working evenings, weekends and holidays when necessary to meet the needs of the Sheriff's Office. Must be available for on-call rotations when required. This position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed on a weekly basis. High school diploma or equivalent and four years of experience in building trades: construction, maintenance, or repair work. Must have knowledge of the principles, practices, materials, and methods of building operations and a variety of construction and maintenance skills. Must adhere to County, Sheriff's Office and Jail policies and procedures. Preference will be given for: Certification and/or skill in any of the following: electrical, plumbing, carpentry, painting, welding, or HVAC. Must have a demonstrated ability to: Perform a variety of building maintenance functions such as demolition, carpentry, painting, concrete finishing, minor plumbing and electrical repairs. Repair a variety of mechanical, heating and ventilating equipment. Handle power tools correctly and safely. Work outdoors in all types of weather conditions. Set priorities and accomplish work activities with a minimum of supervision. Direct the work of others as needed. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with department officials, employees, and the public at all times. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Work in a secure public safety and jail environment. Application and Selection Process:  Candidates are required to meet certain standards in order to be considered for hire by the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office. The selection process includes a thorough examination of the application form, attachments, and supplemental responses. The application review will be used to assess each candidate's ability to follow instructions and give complete and accurate information in written form. Additional minimum qualifications include passing a pre-qualifying driving record review and thorough criminal history background check. A current driver's license number and the state of origin are required. Must pass a pre-qualifying driving record review and criminal history background. A current driver's license and the state of origin are required . Candidates who wish to be considered for this position must include an accurate driver's license number and state of origin on their application under the Personal Information section.
Deschutes County
Mar 05, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is currently accepting applications for a limited-duration Behavioral Health Specialist I, School-Based Case Manager. This position is part of an innovative federal grant project that focuses on providing integrated services to underserved youth and families in our community who have identified mental health and/or substance use disorders. The incumbent will provide support and advocacy in collaboration with therapists and medical providers at school-based health centers for individuals with multiple needs. Duties include but are not limited to facilitating skills training with youth and their families on an individual and group basis; assessing needs and performing care coordination; providing case management and supportive services throughout the Central Oregon area; participating in team meetings and case consultations where strengths and needs are identified, and safety planning occurs; assisting/supporting behavioral health professionals; and providing for continuity of care. This is a limited-duration employment position as defined by Deschutes County Code Chapter 3.08.010.  The position may be terminated by Deschutes County based upon the availability of discrete revenue sources. If the specified discreet revenue source has yet to terminate, the position may be terminated by the County to fulfill its business needs, as determined by the sole discretion of the County. This position will terminate no later than September 29, 2020. Should funding changes occur such that the position is no longer restricted by the specified discreet revenue source, the County at its sole discretion may at that later date offer regular employment status to the incumbent in this position. Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work, Nursing, Sociology education with an emphasis in counseling, or a related behavioral science field and two years of experience in a social services field. There are registration/certification requirements under the Mental Health and Addiction Counseling Board of Oregon (MHACBO) that apply to Qualified Mental Health Associates (QMHA) hired by Deschutes County Health Services (DCHS). Please see website for information on these requirements: https://mhacbo.org/en/. There is no need to take action at this point. More information will be provided to candidates who progress to the final stage of the interview process. Registration and/or certification fees will be paid by DCHS, if the candidate selected for the position meets the criteria for registration/certification. Preference will be given for : Bilingual in English and Spanish. Knowledge and experience working with addictions and/or CADC. Experience working with individuals with a variety of mental health disorders and/or addiction issues. Experience providing case management and procuring services and benefits from a variety of community programs. Experience working with electronic health records and systems. Must have a demonstrated ability to perform the following : Effectively prioritize tasks in a fast-paced high-demand environment. Balance a schedule, which often requires working with several challenging situations at once. Work effectively in a team setting as well as independently. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, their family members, co-workers, providers, and other agencies.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Mar 05, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for an Administrative Support Technician. This position is responsible for performing moderately complex duties associated with completing customer transactions, researching records, retrieving information, and providing general office assistance for the Deschutes County Clerk's Office. Incumbent will be responsible for recording real property records including indexing; accepting and processing marriage license applications; receiving and reviewing passport applications; processing accounts receivable and payable transactions in recording; reviewing and receiving intra-department records center requests and assisting departments with retention of records; supplying and billing departments for supplies; assisting with microfilm creation; providing election support, including but not limited to processing voter registrations; updating computer records; and assisting the public in accessing public records. This is a limited-duration employment position as defined by Deschutes County Code Chapter 3.08.010. The position may be terminated by Deschutes County based upon the availability of discrete revenue sources. If the specified discreet revenue source has yet to terminate, the position may be terminated by the County to fulfill its business needs, as determined by the sole discretion of the County. This position will terminate no later than April 1, 2022. Should funding changes occur such that the position is no longer restricted by the specified discreet revenue source, the County at its sole discretion may at that later date offer regular employment status to the incumbent in this position. This limited duration assignment is offered in order to maintain effective staffing levels and in anticipation of upcoming, planned vacancies in the Deschutes County Clerk's Office. In the event such vacancy(ies) should occur, the incumbent may be considered for regular employment for positions consistent with their knowledge, skills, and experience. High School and two (2) years of responsible secretarial or clerical experience in a high volume customer contact environment, such as cashiering, customer service, sales or banking. Additional education may be substituted for experience. Preference will be given for any of the following related experience: Real Estate law. Title Company experience such as Title Examination or Escrow. Law firm emphasizing in real property or corporate law. Banking or financial institution with emphasis in lending in real estate. Records management. Must have demonstrated knowledge of: Clerical and office procedures and methods. English, grammar and spelling. Keyboarding, filing and retrieval, and record-keeping skills. Sufficient human relations skill to communicate standard information, to employ lines of inquiry, and to maintain harmony in a work setting. Must have the ability to: Enter data onto standardized formats using computerized data base programs. Search documents from departmental records as well an external sources. Perform basic arithmetic. Operate a variety of office equipment.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Jan 28, 2020
Full time
Deschutes County is accepting applications for an Equipment Mechanic. The Equipment Mechanic is responsible for performing a variety of skilled mechanical repairs, diagnostics, and modifications to automotive, heavy equipment, and other machinery and construction equipment. Duties include preventative maintenance on all types of automotive and heavy construction equipment including inspecting, adjusting, and replacing components and related parts; inspections and tune-ups using diagnostic equipment such as scopes for gas analyzers, computer access tools, voltage meters, etc.; major repairs and overhauls of gas and diesel equipment including frame overhauls, transmission, differential, final drive, front end, hydraulic, and related equipment systems overhauls; rebuilding, welding, and fabricating automotive and construction parts and equipment; a variety of tire replacements and repairs, and fueling and parking of equipment. Five years of mechanic experience or satisfactory equivalent combination of experience and training. Preference will be given for: Experience in maintenance and repair of construction equipment. Must have knowledge and skill in the following: Standard methods, materials, tools, equipment, and technology of the mechanic trade. Mechanical principles, occupational hazards and safety precautions. Testing equipment used for testing and repairing of starting systems, charging systems, front end alignments, engine performance testing, hydraulic systems, air conditioning, fuel systems, drive trains and related automotive and heavy equipment components. Must have a demonstrated ability to: Diagnose and make skilled repairs and adjustments. Locate, diagnose and repair most mechanical malfunctions in gas and diesel powered vehicles and equipment. Weld, fabricate, and modify equipment, perform engine performance tests and repairs on diesel and gas engines using diagnostic tools. Use a computerized Fleet Management Program for opening and closing work orders and related fleet programs. Drive all County equipment/vehicles on roads to test drive and diagnose.
Deschutes County Bend, Oregon
Jan 03, 2020
Full time
The Deschutes County District Attorney's Office is currently accepting applications a limited-duration Deputy District Attorney. This position will be working on the Justice Reinvestment Project, which is funded by the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission. Project partners will include Deschutes County Parole and Probation, Deschutes County Sheriff's Office, Deschutes Circuit Court, and Deschutes County District Attorney's Office. Duties include examining incoming investigation reports to determine whether further investigation is needed or which criminal charges should be issued through reviewing and analyzing evidence, police reports, and related documents; appearing  in court for arraignments, release hearings, plea proceedings, sentencing hearings, and other proceedings that the court may schedule. Must be prepared to advocate or respond to opponent and to inform the court of the State's position on the matter as well as supporting or contrary authority; determining and preparing motions and responding to motions; negotiating potential case resolutions as appropriate, in accordance with facts, law, and office policy; preparing and presenting cases for grand jury, as assigned, by preparing documents, conducting hearings, interviewing witnesses, advising jury on legal instructions and law, and completing indictments, warrants, or other documents as required; preparing and presenting trial cases in court, including studying reports and law, and reviewing prior proceedings; selection, subpoena, and interview of witnesses, direct preparation of jury instructions and verdict forms, and presenting evidence and arguments as required. Graduation from an accredited school of law and must be a member in good standing with the Oregon State Bar. Must have superior communication skills, both orally and written.  Preference will be given for: Experience with prosecuting or defending property and drug crimes. Experience arguing release and sentencing recommendations based on Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules. Interest in alternatives to incarceration and pretrial detention. Familiarity with risk assessment tools. Experience participating in grant projects and/or collecting and reporting data. Experience working in collaboration with other criminal justice partners to include but not limited to: law enforcement, defense attorneys, the courts, and parole and probation. Oregon criminal law trial experience (prosecution or defense). Must have some knowledge of: Criminal law and the practices and procedures of criminal prosecution. Courtroom and trial procedures. Legal research methods. Must have the ability to: Analyze facts, evidence and precedents to arrive at logical conclusions. Collect analyze and interpret data using accepted legal research procedures and methods. Work effectively independently as well as in a team. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, clients and agencies at all times. Work effectively with diverse populations. This is a limited-duration employment position as defined by Deschutes County Code Chapter 3.08.010.  The position may be terminated by Deschutes County based upon the availability of discrete revenue sources. If the specified discreet revenue source has yet to terminate, the position may be terminated by the County to fulfill its business needs, as determined by the sole discretion of the County. This position will terminate no later than June 30, 2021 . Should funding changes occur such that the position is no longer restricted by the specified discreet revenue source, the County at its sole discretion may at that later date offer regular employment status to the incumbent in this position.