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JOBS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

 

Equipment Operator III

  • County McLean
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $49,665.22 - $68,767.46
  • Application Deadline 12/31/2022

Job Description

Are you looking for a rewarding career in public service that allows you to work independently while enjoying long weekends nine months of the year? If your answer is an enthusiastic yes then please keep reading!

The McLean County Highway Department team is looking to fill one or more positions as full-time Equipment Operator III(s) in the Butte area. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The new team member must reside within 40 minutes travel time of the McLean County Highway Shop in Butte. Under limited supervision, you will perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled work in the operation of heavy equipment (primarily motor graders) utilized in road construction, snow removal, bridge projects, maintenance and other repair projects. To view the complete job description, visit our website, www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment.

How To Apply

Preference will be given to applicants with prior experience in operation and routine maintenance of construction equipment such as a motor grader, scraper, dozer, heavy snow plow, semi-tractor/trailer, etc. High school diploma and class A North Dakota Driver’s License with tanker and air brake endorsement is REQUIRED on the first day of work.

For further information on the position or to obtain a McLean County job application, interested individuals may contact Lori by phone at (701) 462-8541; via email at lfoss@nd.gov; or visit www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment. Résumés may be included with the application, but will not be accepted in place of an official application.

McLean County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Assistant State's Attorney

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $85,000-$100,000 depending on experience and training
  • Application Deadline 11/06/2022

Job Description

The Assistant State’s Attorney provides support to the State’s Attorney by prosecuting criminal offenses and providing legal representation to Williams County regarding civil matters.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. The duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list and may change with or without notice. Incumbents must be able to perform the essential function of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Conducts criminal prosecutions and civil litigations
Attends and represents Williams County in various courtroom proceedings, such as bond hearings, pre-trial hearings, suppression hearings, bench trials, and jury trials
Drafts and files motions, briefs, and other pleadings
Reviews law enforcement records and prepares criminal charging documents
Consults with law enforcement personnel regarding investigations and legal procedures
Presents criminal and non-criminal juvenile petitions to the Court for adjudication and disposition
Presents mental health involuntary commitment petitions to the Court for consideration and disposition
Oversees the child support establishment and enforcement
Maintains up-to-date knowledge of techniques, information, and developments in the legal field
Assists in the duties of the State’s Attorney in their absence or as requested
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Juris Doctorate Degree
Must be a member in good standing with the North Dakota State Bar Association OR be able to obtain licensing shortly after hire
Two (2) years of law experience, preferred
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License or equivalent
Must pass a thorough background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening


Special Working Conditions:

Must be available to provide on-call legal assistance outside of regular work hours
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Compensation: Compensation for this position is $85,000-$100,000 depending on experience and training. Williams County provides generous benefits to full-time regular employees: paid sick and vacation leave, a fully paid health/dental/vision benefit plan for employees and dependents, term life insurance of $25,000, 100% contribution toward retirement benefits through the ND Public Employees Retirement System, and 12 paid holidays each year.


To learn more about Williams County, please visit our website: Welcome - Williams County, ND (williamsnd.com)



All offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening, background check, and reference review.

How To Apply

Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

Communications Specialist

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $53,000-$72,000/year
  • Application Deadline 10/31/2022

Job Description

Apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams





The Communications Specialist is responsible for developing and disseminating information to increase public awareness of Williams County’s services, initiatives, and accomplishments.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. The duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list and may change with or without notice. Incumbents must be able to perform the essential function of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

Creates, updates, manages, and maintains content for the Williams County website and social media platforms, including the coordination and development of content, monitoring interactions, and maintaining accounts
Acts as the primary contact for media; responds to requests for information or designates an appropriate spokesperson or information source
Prepares and distributes press releases; translates information to provide a clear message to the public
Establishes and maintains relationships with stakeholders in internal and external communications
Creates, edits, and updates communication materials and publications such as posters, graphics, handouts, slideshow presentations, signs, photographs, and videos
Tracks public policy, legislative bills, and related actions related to Williams County
Generates emails, letters, and other correspondence on behalf of Williams County
Prepares and provides information in response to Open Record Requests
Provides technical assistance at Board of County Commission meetings and other meetings as assigned; provides technical assistance for users of iCompass agenda and meeting management software
Coordinates meeting room scheduling and accommodations
Coordinates and assists with meetings and special events
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, business administration, or a closely related field; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License or equivalent
Must pass a background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening
Preferred: FEMA PIO Coursework


Special Working Conditions & Physical Requirements:

Required to attend meetings outside of regular work hours




Compensation for this position is $53,000-$72,000 depending on experience and training. Williams County provides generous benefits to full-time regular employees: paid sick and vacation leave, a fully paid health/dental/vision benefit plan for employees and dependents, term life insurance of $25,000, 100% contribution toward retirement benefits through the ND Public Employees Retirement System, and 12 paid holidays each year.

To learn more about Williams County, please visit our website: www.williamsnd.com/departments/county-information/

All offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening, background check, and reference review.

How To Apply

Apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

Planning and Zoning Official

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $70,000-$80,000/year depending on experience and training
  • Application Deadline 10/31/2022

Job Description

The Planning Official oversees the administrative and technical work in developing and enforcing Williams County planning and zoning codes, ordinances, and resolutions.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. The duties and responsibilities described are not a comprehensive list and may change with or without notice. Incumbents must be able to perform the essential function of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Oversees the acceptance of planning and zoning applications and provides the required notifications to surrounding property owners
Facilitates the application review process to ensure the necessary departments provide input before presentation to the Planning and Zoning Board
Reviews documents and plats for recording; coordinates with Building Official for site plan reviews
Provides information to developers, engineers, architects, property owners, contractors, and other affected or involved individuals regarding planning and zoning regulations and policies
Maintains cohesive project files and documentation
Coordinates and monitors the work of planning staff
Conducts site inspections, plan reviews, and interviews related to applications or complaints
Attends Williams County Planning and Zoning meetings; may document and generate meeting minutes
Conducts research and compiles information for use in Planning and Zoning reports and presentations
Provides customer service to the general public
Assists with the development and maintenance of comprehensive plans, planning studies, land development ordinances, and department programs
Provides interpretation and application recommendations of regulations and policies developed or maintained by the department
Represents the department at meetings of government oversight boards, such as County Planning and Zoning, Williams County Board of Commissioners, and City Commission; provides staff recommendations based on zoning ordinances
Conducts pre-development meetings with developers, architects, and land-owners
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree in community planning, architecture, public administration, or similar AND four (4) or more years of professional municipal/county planning experience focused on land use and/or land use regulation
OR

* Master’s degree in community planning, architecture, public administration, or similar AND two (2) or more years of professional municipal/county planning experience focused on land use management and/or land use regulation

Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License or equivalent
Must pass a background check and pre-employment drug and alcohol screening
Prefer planning and zoning experience in a fast-growing, rural area
Prefer AICP certification through APA
Prefer CFM certification through ASFPM
Prefer two (2) or more years of supervisory experience
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Required to attend meetings outside of regular work hours
May be required to conduct site visits in inclement weather

Compensation for this position is $70,000-$80,000 depending on experience and training. Williams County provides generous benefits to full-time regular employees: paid sick and vacation leave, a fully paid health/dental/vision benefit plan for employees and dependents, term life insurance of $25,000, 100% contribution toward retirement benefits through the ND Public Employees Retirement System, and 12 paid holidays each year.


To learn more about Williams County, please visit our website: Welcome - Williams County, ND (williamsnd.com)



All offers of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening, background check, and reference review.

How To Apply

Apply online https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

Corrections Corporal

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range
  • Application Deadline 10/31/2022

Job Description

Maintains safety and security of inmates and staff at the Williams County Correctional Center; provides custody and control of inmates; supervises inmates in accordance with applicable policies, procedures and regulations.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. Incumbents may not be required to perform all duties in this description, and incumbents may be required to perform position-specific tasks other than those listed in this job description.
Maintains the safety and security of the staff, inmates and corrections facilities; monitors behavior of inmates, and promotes acceptable attitude and conduct.
Maintains custody and control of inmates according to policies, procedures and regulations.
Supervises all day to day activity of Corrections Deputies
Act as Shift Commander in absence of Corrections Sergeant
Supervises inmate activities and maintains discipline; may physically restrain uncooperative or disruptive inmates and take steps to avert fights, assaults, riots and escapes.
Performs constant inspections of all correctional facility areas; assures all areas are safe, secure, sanitary and free of contraband; conducts random cell searches for contraband.
Watches inmates for rule violations and behavioral changes; maintains appropriate use-of-force continuum as needed for self-defense, defense of another, and to prevent escape.
Accounts for inmates under direct vision and supervision at all times; monitors corrections facility and courtroom closed circuit video displays; supervises inmates in courtroom.
Provides care for inmates; administers and dispenses medications; schedules medical, personal and other appointments; transports and arranges transport for appointments and visits outside of the facility.
Conducts booking and release of inmates; searches, examines and tests inmates according to policies; collects and inventories property; completes booking forms, index cards and other records.
Interviews and classifies new inmates; assesses criminal history and capabilities and assigns cells; re-classifies and re-arranges housing as required by inmate behavior.
Maintains inmate property, financial and corrections records.
Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts and other documents; distributes appropriate records and prepares reports as required.
Answers phones and relays messages.
Assists other Sheriff’s Office staff, County departments, and Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as needed.
Maintains the integrity, professionalism and ethical standards of the Sheriff’s Office by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed.
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or GED equivalent; AND one (1) year experience as a Corrections Officer;
Must pass a thorough background investigation; within one year of hire, must complete the Corrections Officer basic course.
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License;
Technical certifications in CPR, First Aid, and specialized tactics and equipment are required
Must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Special Working Conditions:
Work is performed in a correctional facility environment that involves constant awareness and concentration of surrounding activities throughout the entire work shift. Work occasionally involves personal danger, and potential exposure to hazardous situations; requires physical ability to subdue hostile individuals; and must be able to work on any assigned shift at times with short notice.

How To Apply

Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

Corrections Officer

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range A start pay of $23.29 (rate of pay depends on licenses obtained, experience and training).
  • Application Deadline 10/31/2022

Job Description

DESCRIPTION:
The Corrections Deputy maintains the safety and security of inmates and staff at the Williams County Correctional Center.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. Incumbents may not be required to perform all duties in this description, and incumbents may be required to perform position-specific tasks other than those listed in this job description.

Maintains the safety and security of the staff, inmates and correction facility; monitors behavior of inmates and promotes acceptable attitude and conduct
Maintains custody and control of inmates according to policies, procedures and regulations
Supervises inmate activities and maintains discipline; may physically restrain uncooperative or disruptive inmates and take steps to avert fights, assaults, riots, and escapes
Performs inspections of all jail areas ensuring they are safe, secure, sanitary and free of contraband; conducts random cell searches for contraband
Monitors inmates for rule violations and behavioral changes; maintains appropriate use-of-force continuum as needed for self-defense, defense of another, and to prevent escape
Operates building controls; properly times door openings and closings; monitors deputy locations
Communicates via intercom in a professional manner; maintains communication with Corporal and in-line with chain of command
Accounts for inmates under direct vision and supervision at all times; monitors corrections facility circuit video displays; supervises inmates in courtroom
Provides care for inmates; administers and dispenses medications; schedules medical, personal and other appointments; transports and arranges transport for appointments and visits outside of the facility
Conducts booking and release of inmates; performs clothed and unclothed searches, examines and tests inmates according to policies; collects and inventories property; completes electronic booking forms, index cards and other records
Interviews and classifies new inmates; assesses criminal history and capabilities and assigns cells; re-classifies and re-arranges housing as required by inmate behavior
Maintains inmate property, financial and corrections records
Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts and other documents; distributes appropriate records and prepares reports as required
Answers phones and relays messages
Assists other Sheriff’s Office staff, County departments, and Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as needed
Maintains the integrity, professionalism and ethical standards of the Sheriff’s Office by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or GED equivalent; AND one (1) year of satisfactory work experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Must pass a thorough background investigation
Must complete the Corrections Officer basic course within one year of hire
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License
Must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Work is performed in a correctional facility environment on 12 hours shifts, on monthly rotations of days and overnights.
Work is performed in a correctional facility environment that involves constant awareness and concentration of surrounding activities throughout the entire work shift. Work occasionally involves personal danger, and potential exposure to hazardous situations; requires physical ability to subdue hostile individuals; and must be able to work on any assigned shift at times with short notice.

Compensation: A start pay of $23.29 (rate of pay depends on licenses obtained, experience and training). Williams County Offers a Generous Benefit Package, including Paid sick and vacation 12 paid holidays per year, fully paid health , dental and vision insurance for single, single + dependent, or family contracts, term life insurance, long term disability insurance, fully funded retirement benefits through the North Dakota Public employees retirement system.

How To Apply

Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

Patrol Deputy

  • County Williams
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $25.48 - $33.65/hour Depending on Qualifications, experience and training.
  • Application Deadline 10/31/2022

Job Description

DESCRIPTION:
The Patrol Deputy performs skilled work to protect the lives and property of the citizens of Williams County. This position performs a variety of law enforcement duties such as patrolling assigned areas, enforcing laws, apprehending and interviewing violators, and responding to calls for assistance.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents in this position. Incumbents may not be required to perform all duties in this description, and incumbents may be required to perform tasks other than those listed in this job description.
Provides safety and security to citizens in the community through law enforcement, patrol, civil process service, investigations, and other duties on an assigned shift
Patrols assigned areas, looking for illegal, hazardous, and suspicious activities and persons; provides backup assistance, scene security, and protection for regional emergency services personnel
Enforces local, state, and federal laws and enforces local regulations and ordinances according to policies, procedures, and regulations
Conducts traffic stops and investigates traffic accidents; assists victims and witnesses and investigates incidents as required; reports hazardous conditions and safety concerns
Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; interrogates and communicates with victims, witnesses, and suspects in cases; secures and documents crime scene and property; identifies and collects evidence; takes criminal complaints from citizens
Arrests law violators; locates, pursues, and arrests criminal suspects; transports and processes prisoners and special custody cases; testifies in court; serves arrest and search warrants
Assists other Sheriff’s Office staff, County departments, and federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies as needed
As assigned, serves civil process documents, warrants, legal notices, and subpoenas
Conducts community policing activities to help prevent crime, reduce fear of crime, and improve community relations; talks with business owners and other people in assigned areas, listens to concerns and offers suggestions to improve safety and security
Completes detailed reports and required technical paperwork
Maintains patrol vehicles and equipment in clean and effective operating order
May present education and information programs through community and school awareness projects; teaches and counsels residents on law enforcement activities, programs, and referral resources
Maintains the integrity, professionalism, and ethical standards of the Sheriff’s Office by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed
Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or GED equivalent; AND one (1) year of satisfactory work experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
Must pass and maintain License requirements set by the North Dakota Peace Officer Standards and Training Board
Must pass a thorough background investigation
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver’s License
Technical certifications in CPR, First Aid, and specialized equipment are required.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Work is performed in both internal and external environments with exposure to inclement weather and varying temperatures; may be subject to physical harm such as dangerous vehicles, gunshots, and physical attacks; may be exposed to hazardous chemicals, drugs, and infectious diseases
Must maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards; required to restrain persons physically
Must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift.




Compensation: Starting Salary ranges from $25.48 - $33.65/hour Depending on Qualifications, experience and training.

Benefits:
Williams County offers a generous benefit package including paid sick and vacation leave, fully paid health, dental, and vision insurance plan for single, single plus dependent, or family contracts, term life insurance, long-term disability insurance, fully funded retirement benefits through the North Dakota Public Employee Retirement System, and more!

Williston Community information: http://community.willistonnd.com/

How To Apply

Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

RN

  • County Foster
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range
  • Application Deadline 10/24/2022

Job Description

ND Registered Nurse License; required

ND Driver’s License; required

Grant work experience appreciated: writing, implementation and evaluation

Prevention minded, energetic, accountable, adaptable, flexible, and able to work independently and/or with others

High degree of self-motivation with an ambition to help others

Strong communication skills

Ability & willingness to educate & advocate for health: Prevention, Promotion and Protection in Foster County

How To Apply

https://fostercounty.com/employment

Temporary File Clerk

  • County Burleigh
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $14.00
  • Application Deadline 10/13/2022

Job Description

ABOUT THE ROLE: Under supervision of the Administrative Supervisor or Legal Assistant II, is responsible for general clerical duties, sorts and distributes mail, and maintains files.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:
• High School diploma or general education degree (GED): and six months to one-year related experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Must be able to adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands, change approach or method to deal with changes, delays, or unexpected events.
• Must be able to lift and carry 10 pounds, walk flights of stairs, and repeatedly use a step ladder.

PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
1. Refile files and maintain the file system.
2. Pull files for appropriate hearings and distribute those files to the appropriate attorneys.
3. Collect outgoing mail and distribute that mail to the appropriate entities and to the mailroom.
4. Perform other duties as required and assigned.

How To Apply

Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/

Detention Officer

  • County Burleigh
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $22.82 to $25.32 per hour
  • Application Deadline 10/07/2022

Job Description

ABOUT THE ROLE: Under supervision of the Burleigh County Sheriff, is responsible for inmates within the Detention Center, the protection of life and property, and to perform routine tasks in accordance with North Dakota law, rules and regulations established by the Attorney General of North Dakota and Burleigh Morton County Detention Center policies.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:
1. Requires a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
2. Requires applicant to have a valid driver’s license.
3. Must be willing to work shift work consisting of days, nights, holidays, and weekends.
4. Must successfully complete standard background and a criminal record check along with physical and psychological exams. Costs associated with these exams will be paid for by the county.
5. Applicant must have the abilities to perform the essential functions, with or without accommodation which may include but not limited to: lifting, extended walking, carrying and dragging objects, climbing up to and down from elevated surfaces, climbing through openings, jumping over obstacles and using body force to gain entry.
6. Skills to communicate, verbally and written, with some knowledge of appropriate legal terminology for the purpose of legal and non-legal documents.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for the protection, life and property of inmates within the Detention Center.
• Process and release inmates, determine the appropriate classification of inmates; assess
and respond to the needs of special populations. Conduct visual and audio surveillance of Detention Center.
• Gather information in criminal and administrative investigations by interviewing and obtaining statements of victims, witnesses and/or suspects. Prepare investigative reports and determine probable cause to recommend disciplinary action.
• Perform searches of people; this may include inspecting unclothed inmates, which may include exposure to bodily fluids and wastes. Perform searches of inmate correspondence items, and objects capable of concealment. Detect and collect evidence.
• Pursue fleeing inmates, perform rescue operations, and effectively restrain an inmate with restraints, forcibly if necessary.
• Transport and escort prisoners, detainees and committed mental patients, using appropriate restraints.
• Perform other duties as assigned which may include but not limited to, preparing and serving food, inspection of doors and windows to ensure security, and working rotating shifts.

How To Apply

Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/

Administrative Assistant II - 4H

  • County Burleigh
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $19.21 to $21.31 per hour
  • Application Deadline 10/06/2022

Job Description

ABOUT THE ROLE: Under the general supervision of the Burleigh County Commissioner/Portfolio Holder and the NDSU County Coordinator, this position will serve as the administrative assistant for the 4-H program and receptionist for the NDSU Extension Office. Duties will include but will not be limited to website management, social media updates, 4-H online enrollment systems, 4-H accounting, financials, database management, and engagement with 4-H families. Administrative, clerical, and technical assistance will be provided to the NDSU Extension Agents in scheduling and preparing for programs and services.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:
• Associate degree with major coursework in office support, business or office education, and two years’ experience in performing related office duties; four years of experience performing related office duties; and /or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Must be proficient with Microsoft Office suite of products, design programs and Quicken.
• Requires a high degree of written and verbal communication skills dealing with employees, clients, or the general public.
• Must have knowledge of business English, spelling, punctuation, modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
• Ability to handle multiple duties and priorities under limited supervision.

PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
1. Primary contact for the extension office telephones and walk-in traffic and to help provide coverage for lunch breaks for office staff. Serve as primary scheduler for meeting rooms, office requests, and equipment checkout.
2. Provide customer service and assistance to 4-H families to include enrollment, club placement, and general questions. Interact with 4-H families and provide 4-H updates to families and leaders through social media, newsletters and emails.
3. Oversee the 4-H club charter process making sure all charters are updated. Maintain an accurate and up-to-date master file of 4-H Council meeting minutes.
4. Assist with all transactions with the 4-H Council financial accounts.
5. Maintain and update club folders as needed to include member health forms and literature orders.
6. Track 4-H leader and volunteer youth protection screenings.
7. Provide brochure and flyer design for 4-H events.
8. Attend 4-H Council events, programs, and participate in 4-H trainings as needed outside of normal office hours.
9. Assist with registrations for county 4-H competitive events (i.e. Spring Expo, Rotary Fun Night, Achievement Days, State Fair, etc.).
10. Assist with and attend Achievement Days.
11. Coordinate all aspects of Fair Entry process, reports, exhibit tags, ribbon placings and State Fair promotion).
12. Keep-up-to-date accurate records and files of 4-H events and activities and assist with registration and payments for all 4-H related events for the county.
13. Administer the 4-H Online and fair entry programs and create and run reports.
14. Maintain open communication with 4-H Agent and office staff.
15. Provide proofing for NDSU Extension Agent’s documents.
16. Enter Agent submitted ES237 forms and submit state required report per deadline requirements.
17. Participate as a team member in the planning, design, and implementation of office projects and programming to include all Burleigh County NDSU Extension Agents.
18. Act as a mentor and resource to new office staff.
19. Assist with Burleigh County Budget recordkeeping activities as needed.
20. Prefer knowledge of 4-H and or youth programs.

How To Apply

Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/

Jail Nurse LPN/RN

  • County Burleigh
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $51,257.44 to $65,119.40
  • Application Deadline 10/05/2022

Job Description

ABOUT THE ROLE: Under supervision of the Jail Nurse Supervisor, performs nursing care to jail inmates at the Detention Center. Is responsible for compliance with all current and future state, federal, and local laws and regulations. This position will be a rotating schedule, including days, evenings and weekends.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

How To Apply

1. Perform sick call duties on a daily basis.
2. Perform medication passes.
3. Ability to interact with high-risk inmates within the Detention Center on a one on one basis with no Detention officer present.
4. Conduct health assessments, lab draws and communicable disease screenings.
5. Provides nursing services, treatments and diagnostic and preventive procedures appropriate for inmate care and safety; interprets physicians’ orders; administers prescribed medication; applies surgical dressings and bandages; provides emergency first aid care; checks and records vital signs; instructs inmates concerning discharge planning; observes signs and symptoms during sick call; reports reactions to treatments and medications as well as changes in the inmates’ emotional or physical condition
6. Under the supervision of the Jail Nurse Supervisor directs and guides patient teaching and activities that commensurate with his/her education and demonstrated competencies.
7. Serving as a liaison with medical providers to schedule outside medical appointments regarding the medical care of the inmate populations.
8. Assisting in the tracking of equipment and supply needs.
9. Maintains accurate medical records of inmates in the Detention Center.
10. Respond to emergencies throughout the facility; injury and illness; performs CPR when needed.
11. Perform crisis intervention functions, suicide prevention, recognizing abnormal behavior and taking appropriate action.
12. Refer to or consult with other health providers in person and on the phone.
13. Notify supervisor and complete written report for any medical or security incidents.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:
• Must be U S Citizen, 18 years of age or older; high school graduate or GED certified.
• Graduation from an Accredited School of Nursing.
• Preference to those who have nursing experience in a correctional facility.
• Must have a current ND RN/LPN unencumbered License.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Weed Control Officer

  • County Burleigh
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $21.13 to $23.45 per hour
  • Application Deadline 10/05/2022

Job Description

ABOUT THE ROLE:
Under the supervision of the Burleigh County Weed Board, this position is responsible for the enforcement of applicable regulations under the North Dakota Century Code (NDCC) 4.1-47 Noxious Weed Control. The Burleigh County Weed Control Officer may enter upon any land within the jurisdiction of the officer to perform duties and to exercise powers under NDCC sections 4.1-47-01 through 4.1-47-30, including taking specimens of weeds or other materials, without the consent of the landowner or other person responsible for the land and without being subject to any action for trespass or damages, provided reasonable care is exercised.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS:
• Requires completion of High School Diploma or a GED, and three (3) years of herbicide application; or any equivalent combination of training and /or experience that provides required knowledge and abilities.
• B.S. Degree in agriculture or related field preferred.
• Must have or be able to obtain a commercial applicator’s certification form the North Dakota State University, Pesticide Division. Upon hire, must obtain and maintain Commercial Applicator’s License in the following categories: CORE, Agricultural Pest Control, Right-of-Way, and Ornamental Turf.
• Must possess and retain at the employee’s expense, a Class D driver’s license as issued by the Driver’s License Division of the State of North Dakota, and a clean driving record.
• Working knowledge of pesticide application, federal and state weed control laws, identification of noxious weeds, and application formulas and distribution.
• Required skills include word processing, spreadsheets, email, internet, and other general computer usage skills, familiarity with GPS data recorders and mapping software.

PRIMARY JOB DUTIES:
1. Applies chemicals for the control of noxious weeds on state, county and township right-of-way, public and private land by using spraying equipment and correct formulas.
2. Maintains all equipment owned by the Weed Board in good working condition.
3. Maintain a sufficient supply of weed control related personal protective equipment, Maintenance supplies, and office supplies and order as needed.
4. Work with township officials in identifying areas of need within appropriate areas and notify where and when spraying will need to be done.
5. Survey and plot noxious weeds and biological control areas (insectaries) and after determining needs, arranges for distribution.
6. Receive calls and information regarding noxious weed issues in the county, work with farmers, homeowners, and other members of the public to address needs, answer questions, and investigate complaints and reports to county officials.
7. Ensures other sprayers keep accurate and detailed records for each spraying, checks records for accuracy and completeness.
8. Maintains Material Safety Data Sheets on all pesticides for Weed Control and its storage facility and provides training to staff at least annually.
9. Ensures proper storage of chemicals and inspects storage areas at least monthly and control and maintain inventory.
10. Attend multiple trainings, meetings, and conferences that pertain to weed control and public education.
11. Maintain county membership in the North Dakota Wee Control Association.
12. Prepares and applies for weed control related grants through state and other sources.
13. Publish and maintain information on the Weed Board page on the Burleigh County Website.
14. Manage the Burleigh County Weed Board and Townships’ cost sharing assistance programs to assist landowners.
15. Provide certification of gravel, scoria, topsoil, or sand surface mining operations.
16. Provide Weed Seed Feed Forage inspections and certifications.
17. Produce agendas, financial reports, and minutes for all Weed Board meetings.
18. Provide weekly updates to the Weed Board Chairman.
19. Accomplish day to day office requirements in a timely and responsible manner.
20. Direct and assist spray contractor to control noxious weeds.
21. Assist the Weed Board as needed in the yearly budget process.
22. Supervise employees hired by the Weed Board.
23. Performs other duties as required.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:
• Observe established safety practices and procedures when working with tools, chemicals, and equipment including the wearing of reflective clothing per DOT Regulations when necessary.
• Create a positive and productive work atmosphere by communicating, maintaining a professional manner, with supervisors, employees, and the general public.
• Prepare daily work reports and record equipment activities.
• Ability to work harmoniously with federal, state, and local officials in carrying out duties.

How To Apply

Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/

Equipment Operator

  • County Nelson
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $23.29/hr
  • Application Deadline 10/05/2022

Job Description

Nelson County Highway Department currently has a job opening for equipment operator for our McVille, ND location. Prefer applicants with experience in operating equipment (ie: dozer, motor grader, dump truck, front-end loader, backhoe) used in road construction, maintenance and repair projects. Applicants will be involved in a variety of road maintenance activities.

How To Apply

For a more detailed description of the job or to receive an application for employment, contact Nelson County Highway Department, PO Box 407, McVille, ND 58254 email: nelsonhwy@gondtc.com or phone 701-322-4433 during business hours Mon-Fri 6:00 am – 3:30 pm. Applications must be received by 3:30 pm on October 5th, 2022.

Auditor

  • County Nelson
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range
  • Application Deadline 10/05/2022

Job Description

The County Auditor is the hub of every courthouse. The County Auditor is responsible for overseeing and managing the operations, functions and personnel of Nelson County.
Job duties include the administration of the property tax system; the settlement of delinquent taxes and special assessments; service as the chief election administrator for the County, administration of the county's payroll and HR, accounts payable/receivable activities; and service as the secretary for the county commission and performs other duties as assigned by the commission. Preferred qualifications: a strong background in accounting or experience in a related field.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Nelson County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services, and complies with the provisions of
the North Dakota Human Rights Act.

How To Apply

Please provide your cover letter and resume to jwigen@nd.gov

Equipment Operator II

  • County McLean
  • Full/Part Time Full Time
  • Salary Range $44,068.01 - $64,563.20
  • Application Deadline 10/05/2022

Job Description

Are you looking for a rewarding career in public service that allows you to work independently while enjoying long weekends nine months of the year? If your answer is an enthusiastic yes then please keep reading!

Our McLean County Highway Department team is seeking to fill one or more positions as full-time Equipment Operator II(s) in the Max area. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 P.M. on Wednesday, October 5, 2022.

The new team member must reside within 40 minutes travel time of the Garrison Highway Shop. Under supervision, you will perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled work in the operation of heavy equipment (primarily motor graders) utilized in road construction, snow removal, bridge projects, maintenance and other repair projects. To view the complete job description, visit our website, www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment.

Benefits of working for McLean County: competitive starting salary starting at $44,068.01 with a full salary range of $44,068.01 - $64,563.20; fully employer-funded participation in ND Public Employees Retirement System defined benefit retirement program; fully employer-funded low deductible, health insurance for either single or family coverage; flexible work schedule; access to employee funded dental, vision, disability, deferred compensation, and flexible medical spending accounts; and, paid holidays along with annual and sick leave.

How To Apply

Preference will be given to applicants with prior experience in operation and routine maintenance of construction equipment. High school diploma and class A North Dakota Driver’s License with tanker and air brake endorsement is REQUIRED on the first day of work.

For further information on the position or to obtain a McLean County job application, interested individuals may contact Lori by phone at (701) 462-8541; via email at lfoss@nd.gov; or visit www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment. Résumés may be included with the application, but will not be accepted in place of an official application.

McLean County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.