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|Alcohol Beverage Control (SLA)||Hearing Officer – Hourly Item: 16-23-JD Location: Alcoholic Beverage Control
535 Washington St.
| Minimum Qualifications: Admission to the New York State Bar and two years of Legal experience in the trial of issues in courts of record or in the conduct or trial of adversary proceedings, quasi – judicial in nature, before a governmental department or agency.
Duties: The incumbents will be responsible for conducting disciplinary hearings on violations of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law and the Rules of the State Liquor Authority as well as 500 feet Law hearings to determine if issuance of a license within 500 feet of three (3) or more on the premises liquor establishments in the public interest.
Candidates must have or be able to:
• Administer oaths and affirmations.
• Render fair and impartial ruling and decisions; maintain judicial integrity at all times.
• Rule on objections by attorneys, parties or their representatives.
• Assist licensees appearing pro se and explaining the relevant issues and rules of procedure.
• Experience with evidentiary rules in administrative proceedings.
• Determine motions.
• Search court cases, legal interpretations and citations which are pertinent to the issue.
• Review post hearing briefs and memoranda of law.
• Assure a complete record of the proceeding including material presented as exhibits.
• Prepare a written report of hearing of proceeding to be presented to the Members of the State Liquor Authority, including determining credibility, summarization of relevant facts and written application of law to the facts and conclusions of law.
|Children and Family Services, Office of (OCFS)||Youth Facility Assistant Director 3 – Treatment Services Location: Red Hook Residential Center (Dutchess County)|| Minimum Qualifications:
OCFS/New York State Experience:
One year of service as a Licensed Psychologist, Grade 25; Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatry), Grade 24; or as a Social Work Supervisor 1, Grade 23 currently licensed and registered to practice clinical social work in New York State; OR two years of service as a Licensed Master Social Worker 2, Grade 20 currently licensed and registered to practice clinical social work in New York State.
Licensed and currently registered to practice clinical social work, or psychology, in New York State, AND two years of qualifying experience such as a Licensed Psychologist, Grade 25; Nurse Practitioner (Psychiatry), Grade 24 or Social Work Supervisor 1 AND two years of qualifying experience*;
OR Licensed and currently registered to practice clinical social work, in New York State AND three years of qualifying experience as a Licensed Master Social Worker.*
Professional clinical experience in a NYS facility or program with overall responsibility for providing services to people diagnosed with mental illness, developmental disabilities, alcohol and/or substance abuse: or in a residential or community care setting for an adult correctional, juvenile justice or forensic mental health population. At least one year of this experience must have been in a supervisory capacity.
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