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Tell your friends…
“San Mateo County is a GREAT place to work!”
and you could be eligible for a $500 award!

As a San Mateo County employee, you have been an important contributor in serving your community. Thank you! Your referrals could now be an important part of our continued success. We invite you to recruit friends or acquaintances who have exceptional qualities and skills demonstrated by County employees.

Applications for hard-to-fill classifications will include a supplemental question requesting applicants to indicate if they were referred to the position by a County employee. If an applicant provides your name and is hired, you could receive $500! Tell your friends to apply online at http://jobs.smcgov.org

Hard-to-fill Classifications

Psychiatric Social Worker/Marriage & Family Therapist (Spanish Speaking):

The County of San Mateo Health System’s Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Division is seeking well-qualified individuals for the position of Psychiatric Social Worker/Marriage & Family Therapist-Spanish Speaking Required.  These clinicians will provide clinical services including case management, counseling, therapy and groups to either seriously emotionally disturbed children, youth and families or seriously mentally ill adults and older adults in the community or at outpatient settings; may perform therapist of the day responsibilities; and perform other duties as assigned.

Physician-Family Practice/Internal Medicine/Pediatrics (Open):

Current residents of an accredited Pediatric, Family Practice or Internal Medicine Residency Program may apply prior to graduating from the program. Several San Mateo Medical Center clinics are accredited as National Health Services Corps sites and benefit from scholarships and loan repayment programs through this network. Board Certification or eligibility and enrollment as a provider of Medi-Cal/Medicare are preferred.

Deputy Sheriff - Lateral (Open)

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office employs over six hundred sworn and civilian employees. Deputy Sheriffs investigate crimes; patrol assigned areas; receive, supervise and transport inmates; act as bailiff or civil deputy; and perform all related duties in law enforcement and crime prevention as may be assigned under general supervision.

Deputy Sheriff Trainee (Open)

Deputy Sheriff Trainee is the entry-level class of the Deputy Sheriff series. Initially under close supervision, incumbents receive Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy and/or field officer training in order to acquire a POST Basic Certificate. Incumbents perform a wide variety of peace officer tasks under close and direct supervision of experienced officers and are required to promote to the journey-level Deputy Sheriff classification after acquiring the education and experience required of the State of California POST Basic Certificate. At the higher journey level, Deputies investigate crimes; patrol assigned areas; receive, supervise and transport inmates; act as bailiff or civil deputy; and perform all related duties in law enforcement and crime prevention as may be assigned under general supervision.

Sheriff's Correctional Officer

The Sheriff’s Correctional Officer is the full journey level classification in the correctional and detention field booking, guarding, and supervising inmates in County correctional facilities. The next higher class of Deputy Sheriff is a peace officer assigned to general law enforcement duties which are more difficult, responsible and varied and require a broader knowledge, experience and greater exercise of independent judgment and initiative.

Children’s Services Social Work Supervisor

This classification is the full supervisor level of the series. It is distinguished from the Social Work Supervisor classification for having responsibility for children and family welfare service units and cases.

Children’s Services Social Worker I/II/III

Under general supervision, Children's Services Social Workers provide a wide variety of child and family welfare services in such areas as information and referral, case management, protective services, court services, education and employment coordination for children, preventative services, health and mental health coordination and services, and other welfare services within the Human Services Agency.

Social Worker I/II/III

Social Workers provide a wide variety of welfare services in such areas as information and referral, protective services for children and adults, out-of-home services, child care services, health related services, family planning, homemaker, chore services, employment services, and other welfare services within the Departments of Human Services and Health Services.