JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS

JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS2019-04-16T18:56:29+00:00
Click Here to Submit Job Announcements to ACJRca

ALAMEDA COUNTY
Probation Chief of Research and Evaluation – Recruitment #19-6037-01

FILING DEADLINE: 4/30/2019 5:00:00 PM
SALARY: $138,486.40 – $168,417.60/year

THE POSITION
Under the general direction of the Assistant Chief Probation Officer, this position is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all Alameda County Probation Department research and evaluation activities; and, doing related work as required. This single position classification formulates research and development programs, policies and procedures; directs, through subordinate staff, the creation, development and implementation of strategic initiatives; and plans, organizes and directs all aspects of the ACPD’s research and evaluation policies, objectives, and initiatives.

Apply here: https://jobapscloud.com/Alameda/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=19&R2=6037&R3=01

 

Department of Justice (doj.ca.gov)

Information Technology Associate 1 Sacramento 4/17/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Information Technology Specialist II 1 Sacramento 4/23/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Program Technician 1 Sacramento 4/24/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Criminal Identification Specialist II 1 Sacramento 4/25/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Information Technology Specialist I 1 Sacramento 4/25/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Program Technician III 2 Sacramento 4/25/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Information Technology Specialist II 1 Sacramento 5/3/2019 APPLY ONLINE
Criminal Intelligence/Identification Specialist III 7 Sacramento Until Filled APPLY ONLINE

If you are interested in applying or would like assistance, please reach out to us at Recruiters@doj.ca.gov

 

 

The California Department of Justice Research Center is currently recruiting for the following three positions.  We would greatly appreciate your assistance in spreading the word.

  1. Research Data Supervisor II- https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHRPublic/Search/JobSearchResults.aspx#jcid=139026

This position is focused on a wide variety of research and policy portfolios such as immigration, police practices, cannabis, consumer protections, criminal justice reform, environment, and health- and serves as the supervisor to those primarily responsible for research on those topics.  Successful candidates tend to have a PhD and are 2+ years post completion of their doctorate.

  1. Research Associate II (Research Data Specialist II)- https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=144510

This position is focused on consumer protections and is seeking an experienced (2+ years) economist.  The Research Associate II would work on topics such as data privacy, data breach, and fiscal impacts to mergers.  Successful candidates tend to have an advanced degree in economics and have been working on applied research on the topics mentioned above for 2+ years.

  1. Research Analyst II (Research Data Analyst II)- https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=143661

This position focuses on the study and analysis of law enforcement stop data collected across the state of California and is seeking someone who has spent at least 1 year above the trainee researcher level.  Successful candidates tend to have a master’s degree in a social science discipline or are near completion of such a degree.

If folks are interested in learning more about the CA DOJ Research Center, more information can be found here: https://oag.ca.gov/research-center and I am happy to answer questions as they arise.  Interested individuals may also contact Aisha Teamer: Aisha.Teamer@doj.ca.gov.

 

Chief Research Analyst, Behavioral Sciences

Full time – $77,559.36 – $101,716.33 Annually   Department: PROBATION

Exam Type: Open  County of Los Angeles Probation Department, exam number: f8974b

Filing date: March 26, 2019 – until the needs of the service are met; subject to closure without prior notice

Definition:
Has principal responsibility for planning, developing and implementing research projects designed to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of department services, and to contribute to program policy decisions.

Selection requirement:

A Ph.D. or other doctoral degree from an accredited college or university with specialization in a field of the behavioral or social sciences* – AND – Two years’ full-time post doctorate research experience including responsibility for the design, evaluation and implementation of research projects in a behavioral or social science field.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The State Department of Justice has a career page that lists current openings including internships.  Go to doj.ca.gov