Job Postings

  • 09 Sep 2021 6:15 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Job Code #: JC-265188

    Position #(s): 423-664-0109-XXX

    Working Title: CRIME ANALYST

    Classification: CRIME ANALYST I

    Salary: $3,635.00 - $4,457.00 A; $4,326.00 - $5,354.00 B per month

    # of Positions: 1

    Work Location: Orange County

    Job Type: Permanent, Full Time

    Work Shift: Day 

    Work Week: Monday-Friday

    Final Filing Date: 09/23/2021


    As the state’s federally mandated Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (MFCU), the Division of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse (DMFEA) works aggressively to investigate and prosecute fraudulent activities and the illegal diversion of health care resources from California’s most vulnerable citizens. Under the supervision of the Special Agent Supervisor, the Crime Analyst I (CA) locates, compiles, analyzes, and disseminates Medi-Cal fraud and elder abuse information, data, and documentary evidence in support of the investigative and prosecutorial duties of the Special Agents, Deputy Attorneys General and Investigative Auditors within DMFEA.

    You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement


  • 09 Sep 2021 6:07 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Weekly Hours: 40

    Role Number:200272849

    Home Office: Yes


    Apple’s Security Engineering & Architecture (SEAR) provides operating system security foundations across all of Apple’s innovative products, including Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. These foundations exist from the lowest levels of the device to the services off-device which work together to protect our users.

    As part of our efforts to protect our users, Apple is looking for a world-class threat intelligence analyst to join our team within SEAR dedicated to analyzing capabilities and tradecraft of advanced cyber actors. Our group of security researchers and threat intelligence analysts use the results of their analysis to inform SEAR’s efforts to solve security engineering challenges, with an emphasis on supporting decisions that provide the greatest long-term security and privacy.

    Protecting over a billion endpoints. Operationalizing security research and threat intelligence into security engineering decisions affecting every layer of the stack. Touching the lives of everyone who interacts with our products. Working for a company whose commitment to user privacy is at the heart of everything it does. Being surrounded by the most creative, passionate, hardworking engineers in the industry. Constantly being challenged to go beyond the norm to find new, innovative ways of solving problems and to make software safer, easier, and more fun to use. You can find all of this in one opportunity, and only at Apple.


  • 09 Sep 2021 6:02 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Salary: $8,873.51 - $11,091.89 Monthly

    Job Type: Full time

    Location: Police Department, 1110 S. Livermore Avenue, Livermore, California

    Closing Date/Time: Fri. 09/10/21 5:00 PM Pacific Time


    Under administrative direction, performs a variety of analytical and professional tasks involved with developing and coordinating the Police Department’s social media and community engagement programs and strategies; manages media relations, on-camera interviews, and press conferences; may supervise assigned staff; and performs related duties as assigned.


    This is a journey-level classification in which incumbents perform a wide variety of analytical and professional administrative assignments for an assigned operating department. This classification is distinguished from the Management Analyst

    II by the specialized work in the Livermore Police Department.


    Receives administrative direction from the Police Chief and may receive indirect supervision from other command staff personnel assigned over this function.


    May exercise direct supervision over assigned technical, clerical, or temporary employees.


  • 09 Sep 2021 5:56 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Job Code #: JC-263329

    Position #(s): 420-761-0118-XXX

    Working Title: Crime Analyst Supervisor


    Salary: 5,993.00 - $7,453.00 per month

    # of Positions: 1

    Work Location: Sacramento County

    Job Type: Permanent, Full Time

    Work Shift: Day 

    Work Week: Monday-Friday

    Final Filing Date: 09/13/2021

    Job Description and Duties:

    The Crime Analyst Supervisor (CAS) directs and supervises the activities of technical staff for the Record Sealing Unit. The Record Sealing Unit is responsible for analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating criminal history records for application of court-ordered sealings. The CAS must have knowledge of the criminal justice system and statutory code sections related to each court order and the ability to interpret both manual and automated criminal history records. The CAS must have knowledge in modifying records in both the Automated Criminal History System (ACHS) and Automated Archive System (AAS). The CAS also verifies work and provides training to staff on various processes and databases utilized within the unit.

    You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.


  • 09 Sep 2021 5:43 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Job Code #: JC-264245

    Position #(s): 420-510-0110-002

    Working Title: CRIME ANALYST II

    Classification: CRIME ANALYST II

    Salary: $4,735.00 - $5,881.00 per month

    # of Positions: 1

    Work Location: Sacramento County

    Job Type: Permanent, Full Time

    Facility: DLE-Bureau of Firearms

    Work Shift: Day Shift

    Work Week: Monday-Friday

    Final Filing Date: 09/22/2021

    Job Description and Duties:

    Under the direction of the Crime Analyst Supervisor (CAS), the Crime Analyst II (CA II) provides extensive, initial training to new Crime Analyst Is (CA I) on the Background Clearance Team, Firearms Record Review Team, and the Armed and Prohibited Persons Unit. CA Is determine the eligibility of a person to own or possess a firearm and ammunition by querying various databases and analyzing the records obtained. The CA II conducts quality control reviews of 10% of background eligibility checks made by CA Is to ensure the determinations are accurate. The CA II is also responsible for assisting with developing Quality Assurance Unit (QAU) processing procedures, workload tracking logs, and unit statistical reports. The CA II provides one-on-one training on a regular basis, as well as group refresher trainings as needed, to the CA Is and other Bureau staff with regard to eligibility check determinations and associated processes. The CA II acts in a lead capacity to resolve the most complex criminal and firearm record related issues specific to background eligibility checks. The CA II provides direction and assistance to staff on workload processes, conducts research, and works directly with law enforcement and other government agencies. The CA II works with the Hawkins Data Center (HDC) information technology staff to develop, test, and implement system enhancements to the section’s databases.

    You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement

  • 23 Jun 2021 12:58 PM | Jillian Goshin (Administrator)

    Salary: $24.56 - $34.33 Hourly

    Location: Ventura, CA

    Job Type: Full-Time Regular

    Department: Police Department

    Job Number: 20-00225

    Closing: Continuous

    The City of Ventura is hiring!  We have two immediate vacancies for the position of Criminal Investigative Technician I/II with the Ventura Police Department. Come join our team as we align our workforce to better serve our community together – they're counting on us.

    The Criminal Investigative Technician I/II are non-sworn ("civilian") positions which perform routine (I-level) or complex (II-level) and specialized investigative liaison duties involved in the enforcement of municipal, state, and federal criminal laws in support of the Police Department's investigative functions. This position performs criminal investigations under the direction of sworn personnel and assists sworn detectives in the preparation of cases by completing administrative and research functions. Criminal Investigative Technician I/II may be required to testify in court and may be subject to emergency call-outs on weekends or evenings as necessary.  

    The ideal candidate for this position Is organized, detail-oriented and excels working as a team player. This person Is highly proficient in the latest criminal analysis and investigative techniques and possesses excellent computer, report-writing, and oral presentation skills. The ideal candidate has proven interview skills and responds diplomatically and tactfully to people of diverse backgrounds, in adverse situations.

    Click here to apply now!

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