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Departments at the County will use the job title Supported Employment-Office Assistant I, which is designated for employees within the County Supported Employment Program. This title intentionally has no job description associated with it in order to allow for maximum customization of each position.
Supported Employment candidates are part of the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA), as defined in RCW 71A.10.020(0). Their participation in DDA is verified through the County Human Resources and the Human Services Department.
A requirement of the Supported Employment Program is that each supported employee and hiring department work with a job coach. These professionally-trained vocational counselors are sent from local agencies in order to serve the employment-support needs of persons with developmental disabilities. Each job coach assists with the individualized training and long-term supports (at no cost to employers) which allows supported employees to maximize their job performance.
The job coach will continue with regularly-scheduled visits with the department and your supported employee to assure that everyone is pleased with the situation. The goal is to have the job coach fade when the supported employee has learned the position and found natural supports from other coworkers.
The job coach remains a resource to you and your employee for the length of your supported employee's employment. This means that if tasks ever change or new coworkers or supervisors need training or if something arises, then the job coach is your resource.
Phase 2 – Graphic Development - As soon as the worksheet is completed, it's sent to our design team. Comp will follow within 2 weeks.
Phase 3 – App Development - Upon approval of the comp, we will build and test your app. This process takes about 2 weeks to complete then it is sent to you to verify links, order of icons, and you will test your app out on your own.
Phase 4 – Submission and Approval - Upon testing approval from you, we will complete final store graphics and then submit to the stores. Allow 2 weeks for this to be completed.
Phase 5 - Go Live - as determined by Apple and Google Approval!
Note: Google is much faster and you will more than likely see your Android app well in advance of the Apple version.
You will have the opportunity to view all your indicated links, pages, and modules during the App Preview phase.
Custom icons are an additional fee of $150 per icon. Please talk to your PM about purchasing any custom icons for you mobile app.
This will function correctly when your app is live!
"Your permission to operate this vehicle is rescinded. You are to stop operating the vehicle immediately. Park the vehicle legally and notify me of the location, so I may recover it. If you fail to comply with these instructions, I will report the vehicle as stolen." (Including language that instructs the borrower to return the vehicle implies further permission to operate the vehicle.) The letter should also include a description of the vehicle including the year, make, model, color, license plate number and VIN.
Keep a copy of the letter and post office documents needed to send it. After the letter has been mailed, you will either receive proof of delivery or the letter will be returned by the post office as unclaimed.
If you are not successful in getting your vehicle back, call the CPPD at 123-456-7890 or come to the CPPD to report the vehicle as stolen. You will be required to appear in person and sign the theft report since this is a borrowed vehicle case and supporting documents are necessary to be given to the officer. You must also be willing to press charges and testify in court against the person to whom you loaned the vehicle.
Failing septic systems can cause health hazards, not only to the property owner but also to the entire neighborhood. Requests for public sewers are referred to the city council as required by the city charter.
For example, the average monthly residential water usage (volume) is 6 CCF. The monthly sewer bill calculation from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015 is a $17.21 customer charge plus the volume charge ($1.68 volume charge per CCF times 6 CCF), totaling $27.29 per month.
This monthly sewer use charge is collected to fund the maintenance and operation costs of the system.
Please call 123-456-7890 if you have any questions concerning your monthly sewer bill.
Septic systems, at best, are temporary substitutes for public sewers. The geology is generally considered unacceptable for individual treatment systems. Because of our karst topography, septic systems can and do fail often without our knowledge.
Unfortunately, our karst topography also can often provide a direct connection from septic system leach fields to our ground water. To minimize this impact to our ground water, both the City of Civic and Civic County have adopted regulations that require a minimum size tract of 3 acres for individual treatment systems.