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|Homeland Security & Emergency Services, Division of||Food Service Worker 2, (2 *Shift Positions)
Location: Office of Fire Prevention and Control
Academy of Fire Science
Montour Falls, NY
Candidate must have had two years of qualifying experience in commercial or institutional food preparation or food service. (See Examples of Qualifying Experience below.)
Substitution: Appropriate* formal culinary arts or food service training which resulted in a certificate or degree may be credited towards the above experience as follows:
Either 1. a six-month certificate training program* – up to six months of the required experience;
Or 2. a one-year certificate training program* – up to one year of the required experience;
Or 3. an associate’s degree* or higher in culinary arts or food service from a regionally accredited college or university – up to two years of the required experience.
* Appropriate formal food service training programs are programs accredited by one of the following: American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission (ACFEFAC) or non-degree programs recognized by the American Culinary Federation Foundation Educational Assurance program or programs accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). You must indicate the training certificate or degree information on the application.
Examples of qualifying experience: Commercial or institutional food service includes but is not limited to employment in a hospital, school cafeteria, residential dining hall, nursing home, or full-service restaurant. Experience must have included responsibility for food preparation, food service, and ordering of food and non-food supplies. You must sufficiently provide the details of the experience on the application. Vagueness or omissions will not be interpreted in your favor.
Non-qualifying experience: Non-qualifying food service experience includes but is not limited to experience in fast-food establishments, serving of food (waiter or waitress), street vendor carts and food trucks, sandwich shops, ice cream shops, or short order food establishments.
|$16.27 – $20 hour||11/4/2016|
|Justice Center||Internal Investigator 2 Justice Center (Criminal)
|Minimum Qualifications: Eight years of law enforcement investigative or field investigative* experience. Substitution: An Associate’s degree may be substituted for two years of law enforcement or field investigative experience;
OR a Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for four years of law enforcement or field investigative experience.
*Investigative experience is defined as independent investigative experience and includes the following activities: interviewing and interrogating witnesses; collecting and analyzing data and evidence; writing and summarizing case narratives; and testifying at administrative hearings and criminal proceedings.
Non-qualifying experience includes: Routine police patrol work, traffic enforcement, building surveillance, tax collection, collection of delinquent accounts, skip tracing, credit checking, auditing, employment interviewing, hotel or store detective, correction officer, guard, inspector or security related positions or in any other position which does not involve the level of field investigation as those positions described above WILL NOT be considered qualifying experience.
**These positions require candidates must have current NYS basic course for police officer certification and New York State residency at the time of appointment.
**Must possess a valid NYS Driver’s License.
In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, the preferred candidate would also possess experience in the direct provision of services which may include the care, review, investigation, assessment, treatment, or case planning for person(s) in facilities or programs covered by the Protection of People with Special Needs Act of 2012, which includes facilities or providers providing care to vulnerable persons within the State Oversight Agencies (SOA). The SOA agencies include the NYS Office of Mental Health, NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services, NYS Office of Children and Family Services, NYS Department of Health, and NYS Education Department.
|Justice Center||Assistant Counsel
Location: 2400 Halsey Street, Bronx NY 10461
|Minimum Qualifications: Admission to the New York State Bar and a member in good standing with three (3) years post-admission experience as a criminal prosecutor or criminal defense attorney before the Courts of New York State. Commitment to public service and excellent research/writing skills essential. Preference given to candidates with two (2) or more years of work with special victims, sex crimes, child abuse or domestic violence.
The Assistant Counsel position will serve as an Assistant Special Prosecutor for the New York State Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs in the Office of the Special Prosecutor/Inspector General. The Assistant Counsel position has involvement at various levels in the prosecution of offenses involving the abuse or neglect of people with special needs that are investigated by the Justice Center. The Special Prosecutor/Inspector General can bring criminal charges and prosecute cases of abuse and neglect involving people with special needs in courts across the State. They collaborate with District Attorney’s offices and local law enforcement and determine if the Justice Center will prosecute a case of abuse and neglect involving people with special needs. Travel time of up to 40% is required for this position.
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