Senior Deputy Public Guardian
$50,502.40 - $69,305.60 Annually
San Bernardino, CA
Human Services-DAAS/Public Guardian
The Department of Aging and Adult Services/Office of the Public
Guardianis recruiting for a Senior Deputy Public Guardian to train,
lead and mentor Deputy Public Guardians; manage complex cases which
require coordination of multiple factors, and unique and
extenuating circumstances; serve as a conservator of conservatee's
property and financial assets; and coordinate legal or social
services on behalf of conservatee. Incumbent will also be
responsible for duties and tasks related to both LPS and Probate
For more information regarding job duties, refer to the Senior
Deputy Public Guardian job description.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Certification:Incumbents must possess and maintain a valid
certification as a Public Guardian as established by the California
Association of Public Administrators, Public Guardians, and Public
Conservators (CAPAPGPC). Certification must be obtained within four
(4) years of hire per Section 2923 of the California Probate Code
or the incumbent may be terminated.
Background Investigation:Prior to appointment, applicants must
pass a background investigation, which includes fingerprinting,
credit check, and/or medical exam, which may include drug and/or TB
Travel:Travel throughout the State is required. Occasional
out-of-state travel is required and applicants must be able to
travel by airplane. Incumbents may be required to make provision
for transportation and to use personal vehicles (mileage
reimbursement is available).A valid California Class C driver
license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be
maintained for the individual providing the transportation.
Work Location: Incumbents will be assigned to work at the Office
of the Public Guardian (OPG) located at 686 E. Mill St. San
Bernardino, CA 92415-0647.Office location may change due to space
and department operational needs.
A Bachelor's Degree in Business/Public Administration,
Behavioral/Social Science, or a closely related field.
One (1) year of full-time experience equivalent to a Deputy
Public Guardian with the County of San Bernardino. Equivalent
experience includes the arrangement for custodial care and
administration of estates of gravely disabled or other incompetent
persons appointed to the Public Guardian by the court.
Four (4) additional years of full-time experience as described
above may substitute for the education requirement.
The ideal candidate will have experience collaborating with law
enforcement agencies and the legal/court system.Certification as a
Public Guardian as established by CAPAGPC is desirable.