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JOBS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

Note: List is in order of application deadlines, beginning with the soonest application deadline.

 

County Williams
Job Title Licensing Specialist
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $16-$18
Job Description 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.
Summary:
Under general supervision, performs duties related to the processing of applications for motor vehicle registration, titling, taxes and leases and passport issuance.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
* Provides customer service to the public via telephone; assists customers; responds to inquiries regarding Williston Motor Vehicle Office tasks
* Assists customers in completing required forms and application materials; conducts research to obtain missing or validate questionable information
* Receives, reviews and processes a variety of documents including dealer paperwork, individual registration applications and passport applications
* Examines applications and performs accepted procedures for verification of data to ensure requirements are met prior to processing; monitors all submitted paperwork for fraud and forgeries
* Collects, receipts, and processes application payments; balances receipts daily
* Inputs data to appropriate computerized systems
* Completes required communications, reports and record-keeping related to processed applications
* Conducts searches for information and/or provides assistance to the public requiring information within established guidelines
* 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 G.E.D.;
* 2 years experience working in an office environment


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
• Occasional, scheduled, travel to Bismarck for State-provided training is required


Compensation: A start pay of $16.00 to $18.00/hour (rate of pay depends on licenses obtained, experience and training). Williams County Offers a Generous Benefit Package, including Paid sick and vacation 11 paid holidays per years, 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 www.williams.nd.us
Application Deadline 09/13/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Facilities Technician (Maintenance)
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $20-$25/hour
Job Description Apply online at www.williamsnd.com

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.
Summary:
Under general supervision, maintains Williams County buildings, facilities, and grounds.
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.
• Performs a variety of maintenance and repair functions including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and grounds maintenance
• Provides assistance in ensuring County buildings, facilities and grounds are safe and well maintained
• Coordinates and performs plumbing repairs; repairs steam/water leaks; replaces steam traps and repairs sewer related problems
• Performs minor electrical tasks including changing lights and installing electrical plugs
• Performs janitorial duties including cleaning building floors and picking up garbage
• Maintains public grounds/yards including mowing grass; removes snow as required
• Repairs and maintains County equipment including lawn mowers, tractors, and departmental trucks
• 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 G.E.D.
• Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Preferred experience level:
• Three (3) years of building maintenance or janitorial experience

Special Working Conditions:
• Exposure to cleaning chemicals vapors and dust
• Work under inclement weather
• Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds
• May be called in outside working hours

Compensation: Starting salary ranges from $20.00 to $25.00/hour depending on experience and training. Williams County Offers a Generous Benefit Package, including Paid sick and vacation 11 paid holidays per years, fully paid health , dental and vision insurance for single, single plus 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 www.williamsnd.com
Application Deadline 09/13/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Barnes
Job Title Correctional Officer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $16.85 hourly wage which includes shift differential for night shifts
Job Description Barnes County Corrections Facility is now accepting applications for a full-time Correctional Officer. Males and females are encouraged to apply. Must be able to work various shifts. Must also pass a background check and drug screen. Starting hourly wage $16.85 which includes shift differential for night shifts.
How To Apply Applications & complete job description available through ND Job Service (www.jobsnd.com). Applications with cover letter and resume can be mailed or dropped off at the Barnes County Auditor’s Office, 230 4th St NW, Room 202, Valley City, ND 58072. Open Until Filled.
Application Deadline 09/11/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County McLean
Job Title Property Appraiser
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $41,752.71 - $48,312.53, Starting
Job Description Purpose

Under supervision of the Tax Equalization Director, is responsible for performing routine technical appraisals of commercial, residential, and agricultural property to determine value for tax assessment purposes.

Essential Functions
1. Perform residential and commercial appraisal and assessment; Inspect properties, document and record statistical information.
2. Provide technical support to co-workers and the public in performing data research, grouping, and compilation using specialized appraisal software; present information in a manner useful to concerned parties.
3. Interface/interact with the public at large while performing aforementioned duties. Be aware and stay informed of current property tax law.
4. Document and support opinions of value with the public and organized governing boards.
5. Assist the Equalization Director and Land Use Administrator in the timely completion of common duties; check for/verify compliance to state and local law and ordinance while performing on-site assessment/observation. Participates in building appraisal and assessment work by inspecting and measuring buildings to determine the proper classification of the structure; sketches an outline of the structure.
6. Participates in land appraisal and assessment work by inspecting properties to record the type of property, improvements, area measurements and related information necessary for value determination.
7. Compiles sales data information of property through deed transfers and conducts sales ratio studies to validate assessed values. Tracks new home exemptions sent out and received.
8. Calculates valuation of new construction and prepares tax estimates for abstractors, lenders, realtors, and owners.
9. Tracks and maintains records on all sales, deed transfers, building permits, and two-year exemptions on systems that can be used by county employees as well as appraisers, and the general public looking for general sales information. Maintains and balances assessment books.
10. Assists with mobile home tax questions, moving permits, senior citizen exemptions, and name changes.
11. Assists the public with locating information needed for tax assessment, sales and other documentation needed for real estate transactions.
12. Performs clerical duties such as answering phones, documenting information, maintaining files, and other duties as assigned.
13. Ensure accuracy of tax assessments and appraisals by recording information gathered from recording of property types, improvements, measurements, and related information.
14. Create a positive and productive work atmosphere by communicating and maintaining a professional manner and a team-like environment with other employees, and members of the public.
15. Ability to apply appropriate guidelines, either specific or general, to appropriate duty.
How To Apply For further information on the position or to obtain a McLean County job application form, interested individuals may contact the McLean County Auditor’s Office, PO Box 1108, Washburn, ND 58577 or call (701) 462-8541. Only official McLean County application forms will be accepted. An application form and complete job description can be accessed from the county’s website: http://www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment. Resume’s may be included with the application but will not be accepted in place of an approved application form. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in property appraisal.

To be considered, all applications and related items must be submitted to the McLean County Auditor’s Office.
Application Deadline 09/09/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.mcleancountynd.gov/employment

 

County Williams
Job Title Youth Care ATtendant
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $16.26 - $20.00
Job Description Please apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

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.

DESCRIPTION:
Under general supervision, provides assistance with coordinating Williams County Youth Assessment Center operations, activities, and personnel.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
• Monitors and ensures the day to day safety and security of facility residents
• Conducts routine security checks and searches; monitors for suicidal or potentially combative residents; provides crisis intervention as required
• Documents and maintains daily records of resident behavior, actions, medications and activities; complete daily activity logs
• Coordinates, assigns and/or provides for daily needs of residents including meal service, laundry service and administration of medications
• Schedules, assigns and/or performs general housekeeping duties; supervises cleaning chores assigned to residents
• Coordinates, assigns and/or provides daily resident recreation activities; participates and interacts with residents
• Administers disciplinary action to residents as established by department policy
• Transports residents to court and other necessary appointments as assigned
• Assists in arranging visitations and monitoring resident telephone calls as needed
• Liaises with law enforcement, caseworkers, court personnel, medical providers, schools, parents and outside agencies regarding resident related matters
• Provides assistance to staff in monitoring and ensuring compliance with departmental policies, procedures, and regulations governing the delivery of services to at-risk youth
• 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:
Education, Experience and License/Certifications:
• High School Diploma or G.E.D.
• Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent
• Must be at least 21 years old
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Preferred Knowledge and Skills:
• Knowledge of methods for interacting with at risk youth
• Knowledge of general supervisory principles and practices

• Skill in coordinating County youth assessment center operations
• Skill in providing social services and assistance to at risk youth
• Skill in coordinating resident meal/laundry services and recreational activities
• Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other staff, at risk youth, law enforcement/court personnel, and outside agencies

Special Working Conditions:
• Must be available to provide 24/7 emergency on-call assistance as required
• Must be available to attend classes in Bismarck (3 weeks: Correction Officer School)
• Exposure to cleaning chemicals and/or infectious diseases
• Facility operates on a 24 hours bases - this is an overnight position

Compensation:
Compensation for this position ranges from $16.26-$20/hour depending on experience and training. Williams County offers a generous benefit package to all full time employees including paid sick and vacation leave, fully paid health/dental/vision insurance for single, single plus dependent, or family contracts, term life insurance, long-term disability insurance, supplemental insurance, fully funded retirement benefits to the ND Public Employee Retirement System (15.26%), and 11 paid holidays each year.

All offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of a background check, drug screening, and reference review.
How To Apply Please apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 09/06/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Corrections Officer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $22.83/hour
Job Description Please apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

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 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 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 of satisfactory work experience (on any field)
Must pass a thorough background investigation and Drug and alcohol screening
Within one year of hire, must complete the Corrections Officer basic course (Course is provided on an offsite facility and requires travel)
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Work is performed in a correctional facility environment on 12 hours shifts, on monthly rotations of days and overnights.
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 a rotating schedule that includes overnights, weekends and holidays.
Compensation: A start pay of $22.83 (rate of pay depends on licenses obtained, experience and training). Williams County Offers a Generous Benefit Package, including Paid sick and vacation 11 paid holidays per years, 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 Please apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 09/06/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Building Inspector
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $28-$33 depending on Knowledge and Experience
Job Description Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams


DESCRIPTION:



Under general supervision of the Development Services Director, performs inspections of new and existing residential, commercial and industrial structures to ensure compliance with codes, ordinances and regulations, including inspection projects and materials, preparing daily reports, and coordinating departmental activities with contractors and utility companies; performs code enforcement through issuance of warning notices, stop work orders and correction notices; administers fines for violations


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
•Inspects new and existing properties and materials for compliance with plans, specifications, ordinances and codes
•Identifies and documents building violations; prepares and issues notices to comply; and/or citations; documents actions; follows up on all correction action by reviewing and re-inspecting construction sites; testifies in court as needed
•Responds to questions and complaints regarding building codes and regulations, inspection schedules, inspection results and code compliance requirements
•Conducts investigation and enforcement of alleged violations of building and construction laws in coordination with the Building Official and the States Attorney
•Ensures County building codes and permit issuance regulations conform with established standards and guidelines
•Confers with and provides information to developers, engineers, architects, property owners, contractors and others regarding code requirements and alternatives; resolves complaints and problems
•Maintains construction/building inspection files and logs; prepares reports, correspondence and requests for progress
•Monitors and maintains departmental records, files, and documentation
•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:

Education, Experience and License/Certifications: •High School Diploma or G.E.D.
AND
•Two (2) years' experience in construction, OR building inspection, OR plan review

•Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or Equivalent

•Preferable: ICC Residential and/or Commercial Building Inspector Certification


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Required Knowledge and Skills: • Knowledge of principles and practices of construction.
•Knowledge of International Building Code(s) and related County Codes.
•Skill in interpreting and applying written guidelines precedents and work practices.
•Knowledge of techniques for mechanical, plumbing, electrical, structural, and engineering construction
•Familiarity with blueprints
•Skill in reading and interpreting plans and specifications for a range of structures and intended uses with the ability to apply judgment to achieve compliance with relevant heath and life safety building codes
•Skill in enforcing County codes to determine compliance with thoroughness, tact, and diplomacy
•Skill in making arithmetical computations

Special Working Conditions:
May conduct some work outdoors on construction sites including uneven ground, weather and temperature variances

Compensation: $28-$33 depending on Knowledge and Experience
How To Apply Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 09/05/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Custodian
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $16.00 to $20.00/hour depending on experience and training
Job Description Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
DESCRIPTION:

Under direct supervision, performs a variety of janitorial functions on behalf of the Williams County Building Maintenance Department.

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.

• Cleans and maintains assigned County buildings
• Maintains bathrooms including cleaning sinks, toilets, walls, and mirrors
• Sweeps and mops bathroom floors, stairs, stairwells and other areas as needed
• Vacuums assigned offices and hallways
• Cleans windows and inside/outside of glass doors
• Cleans desks
• Performs dusting; wipes down hand rails and stair ledges
• Removes, hoists and takes out garbage
• Performs a variety of duties related to floor care to include waxing and buffering commercial floors
• Removes snow as required
• Performs janitorial duties as assigned
• 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 G.E.D.
• Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Preferred skills and knowledge:
• One (1) year of janitorial experience;
• Knowledge of janitorial principles and practices.
• Knowledge of professional cleaning equipment and supplies.
• Skill in performing a variety of janitorial functions.
• Skill in ensuring public buildings are clean and well maintained.
• Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with County departments and personnel.

Special Working Conditions:
• Exposure to cleaning chemicals, vapors and dust
• Work under inclement weather
• Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
• Must be available to provide 24/7 emergency maintenance assistance

Compensation: Starting salary ranges from $16.00 to $20.00/hour depending on experience and training. Williams County Offers a Generous Benefit Package, including Paid sick and vacation 11 paid holidays per years, 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
Application Deadline 09/05/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Property Assessor
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $17-$20 per hour
Job Description Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
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

.Summary:
Under general supervision, performs a variety of assessor functions on behalf of the Williams County Valuation & Equalization Office.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

• Locates, identifies, and inventories property. Maintains those records and databases.
• Conducts technical assessor functions in relation to residential, commercial and agricultural property located throughout Williams County to determine the accurate value of property for real estate tax purposes.
• Conducts analysis of property sales and other market data to determine the equitable value of property.
• Provides assistance to taxpayers in person and via telephone; responds to taxpayer inquiries and issues.
• Liaises with City/County officials, realtors, financial institutions, and surveyors regarding assessment related matters.
• Provides training to new employees as required.
• May perform general administrative duties and/or provide backup assistance to Administrative Assistant.
• 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 G.E.D
• Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent
• Preferable: Two (2) years mass appraisal experience


Preferred Knowledge and Skills:
• Knowledge of valuation and equalization principles and practices.
• Knowledge of assessor processes, procedures, terminology and accepted standards.
• Knowledge of assessment reports, records, and documentation.
• Knowledge of customer service standards and protocol.
• Knowledge of terminology and understanding legal documents relating to real property.
• Skill in exercising independent judgment when placing assessments, and ability to defend those decisions.
• Skill in performing and coordinating a variety of assessor functions.
• Skill in responding to inquiries and providing assistance to taxpayers.
• Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other staff, independent appraisers, County departments and personnel, outside agencies, and members of the public.
• Skill in interpreting plats, maps and blue prints.

Special Working Conditions:
• Exposure to variable/extreme weather conditions, rough terrain, and construction equipment/materials
• Must be able to maneuver around construction sites, climb ladders/stairs, stand for extended periods of time, and perform repetitive motion tasks

Compensation: Starting salary ranges from $17-$20 per hour depending on experience and training. Benefits include a fully paid health/dental/vision benefit plan for single, single plus dependent or family contracts, 100% contribution toward retirement benefits through the ND Public Employees Retirement System, paid sick and vacation leave, 11 paid holiday per year and more!
How To Apply Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 09/05/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Cass
Job Title FM Metro Communications Director
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range DOE
Job Description Full job description can be found on the Cass County website.
How To Apply www.casscountynd.gov
Application Deadline 08/31/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.casscountynd.gov

 

County Barnes
Job Title Community Service Coordinator
Full/Part Time Part Time
Salary Range $14.00 - $16.00 per hour
Job Description Barnes County is accepting applications for a Community Service Coordinator. Application deadline is Open Until Filled.
How To Apply Additional information is available through ND Job Service (www.jobs.nd.com).
Application Deadline 08/28/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Cass
Job Title Assistant State's Attorney
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $58,535-$94,008/yr
Job Description See Cass County website for job description
How To Apply www.casscountynd.gov
Application Deadline 08/26/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.casscountynd.gov

 

County Ward
Job Title Building & Grounds II: Maintenance
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $37,407.80 - $39,301.56
Job Description GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

This position performs a variety of different tasks, and must have the ability to multi-task, with many interruptions occurring throughout the day, can be scheduled for weekends, etc. Duties do include but not limited to custodial cleaning, routine maintenance of plumbing, HVAC, minor electrical, carpentry, painting, etc. and/or preventive maintenance plus grounds keeping such as snow removal making this position storm essential, etc. This person can be in the presence of inmates on a daily basis and must maintain strict professionalism in the presence of inmates and follow Jail Core standards, maintaining a security mindset is vital in this position (I.e. tool control).

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS (KNOWEDLEGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES):(l indicates essential function)

- High school diploma or general education degree (GED) with 1 to 2 years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. 1 to 2 years basic knowledge of, and experience with carpentry, plumbing, mechanical repair, painting and HVAC systems is preferred. Ability to understand and learn computer technology in area of Fire alarm systems, HVAC and lighting systems.
- A valid Class D drivers license, be able to drive and an insurable driving record.
- Basic arithmetic skills.
- Ability to read and follow chemical labels and safety data sheets (SDS), and write clearly.
- Ability to initiate and complete both written and oral work orders. Ability to manage multiple priorities effectively.
- Must have the ability to monitor and account for all tools, cleaning cart, equipment, etc. around inmates.
- A criminal background check will be completed and must complete required jail orientation training.
How To Apply Please submit a COVER LETTER, RESUME, and WARD COUNTY APPLICATION to Human.Resources@co.ward.nd.us by August 25th, 2020 at noon.

You can find the Ward County Application on the "Jobs" page or on the Ward County main page!
Application Deadline 08/25/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/jobs.aspx

 

County Mountrail
Job Title Vision Zero Outreach Coordinator
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $55,000-$60,000
Job Description Position Purpose
The Vision Zero Outreach Coordinator performs a wide range of regional outreach activities in support of the North Dakota Association of Counties Traffic Safety Outreach Program, in partnership with the North Dakota Department of Transportation Traffic Safety Division. The position supports the key functions of North Dakota’s traffic safety initiative: Vision Zero. Regional coordinators will serve as local subject matter experts and liaisons and will identify critical outreach initiatives and activities within their region. Coordinators will be responsible to develop and maintain partnerships, provide resources, and coordinate outreach activities to support communities to work toward zero motor vehicle crash fatalities and serious injuries.

Major Areas of Responsibility

Mission Results
• Help reduce regional motor vehicle crash fatalities.
• Help reduce regional alcohol and drug-related, speed-related, distracted driving and unbelted motor vehicle fatalities.
Network/Partner Engagement
• Advocates for the implementation of the State Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) priority strategies within the region.
• Develops relationships with city, county and state law enforcement partners through cooperative events, ride-alongs, promotion of high visibility enforcement activities, sobriety checkpoints and other proven initiatives.
• Serves on a Vision Zero Emphasis Area Team and shares their activities with other Vision Zero Outreach Coordinators and local partners.
• Builds partner support for selected SHSP legislative and policy priority safety strategies through personal contacts, presentations, media events, social media, legislative education, and other outreach.
• Expands community engagement and the partnership network by participating in regional/local partnership meetings (e.g., AAA, Safe Kids, Health Departments). Encourages new partners to formalize the partnership through registration with the Vision Zero Partner Network.
• Establishes and supports formal, on-going communication with individuals and organizations within the region that have registered as Vision Zero Partner Network members.
• Establishes and expands relationships with tribal partners to support SHSP implementation.
Outreach Initiatives
• Coordinates with state personnel and regional partners to hold a minimum of two local media events annually.
• Designates at least one Vision Zero Community within the region annually and works with the community to meet the requirements of the program.
• Plans and implements local events in support of the Vision Zero Calendar.
• Promotes the Vision Zero Awards programs to coalition and partner network members and annually submits a minimum of one nomination from the region.
• Promotes the Crash Memorial webpage at presentations, regional meetings and in conversations with partners.
• Attends a minimum of one county or city commission meeting annually.
• Conducts a minimum of one Vision Zero Community Forum annually.
• Employs a minimum of two times per year resources such as the rollover simulator, seat belt convincer, fatal vision goggles, Simulated Impaired Driving Experience (SIDNE) and seat belt hologram board at local events to bolster community engagement and awareness of Vision Zero safety priorities.
• Assists the state to solicit sponsorship funds to acquire incentive items and other resources in support of state and regional Vision Zero activities.
• Conducts a minimum of one innovative prevention program such as Coaches Who Care, Impact Teen Drivers and/or Alive at 25 annually in the region.
• Facilitates a minimum of one training program annually focusing on motor vehicle crash prevention strategies.
• Expands his/her knowledge of the Local Road Safety Program (LRSP) through discussions with state/local traffic engineers and other resources. Promotes the submission of LRSP projects by cities and counties to the state for funding and implementation.
• Develops and staffs public Vision Zero displays for regional events and/or meetings.
• Conducts training as necessary to build partner capacity to implement planned activity

Data Acquisition and Utilization
• Conducts crash data and other relevant data analysis to identify who is crashing, where they are crashing and uses this information to develop and implement a regional action plan to supplement the SHSP.
• Updates crash data analysis on an on-going basis to monitor change and progress in achieving regional action plan goals.
• Incorporates local crash data into presentations, media events and partner meetings and/or discussions.
• Assists with data collection and analysis initiatives, as requested.
• Submits monthly activity reports to program director by the 15th of the following month.
• Assists with the initial development of a Community Assessment tool.

Professionalism & Development
• Provides professional and timely response to stakeholder requests for information via email, telephone, videoconference, and/or face-to-face interaction.
• Delivers high-quality presentations, community forums, media events and other traffic safety activities.
• Expresses ideas and information in written and oral form that is complete, clear, concise, organized and audience appropriate.
• Continually evaluates ways to improve program and work practices including minimizing the complexity of processes whenever possible.
• Proactively shares his/her knowledge, skills and expertise with other Vision Zero Outreach Coordinators and partners.
• Annually attends the North Dakota Vision Zero Partner Summit to bolster his/her knowledge of current traffic safety best practices and the status of Vision Zero Plan implementation.
• Expands knowledge and understanding of traffic safety by annually participating in a minimum of one training program provided by a national traffic safety organization and/or through attendance at a national conference or workshop.
• Works toward obtaining a professional certification in traffic safety (optional).
• Regularly monitors the Governors Highway Safety Association website for new traffic safety reports and leverages at least one report annually to implement new strategies and initiatives in the region.
• Keeps supervisor informed about sensitive or controversial issues and/or problems and offers well-developed recommendations and/or solutions.


Additionally, The Vision Zero Outreach Coordinators be responsible for:

• Provide continual equal support to a pre-determined 12-15 county area.
• Reviewing and using crash and ancillary data sources to understand crash trends, disparities, locations and factors within the service area and to identify and engage communities as Vision Zero Communities.
• Once a Vision Zero Community is engaged, the coordinators will work with the community’s elected officials and stakeholders to:
• Establish a local multi-disciplinary Vision Zero coalition to include representation from traffic engineer/planning, law enforcement, legislators, city and/or county commissioners, health care personnel, the local Chamber of Commerce, educators, news media, private business and others. Convene the coalition quarterly at a minimum.
• Hold community forums
• Conduct community assessments
• Identify and document severe crash problems
• Identify and implement strategies that will move the community to action.
• Provide training and information about strategies that prevent motor vehicle crashes and fatalities.
• Conduct monthly Vision Zero public outreach and/or projects within the community each year to advance Vision Zero. Examples include:
o Identify and conduct innovative prevention programs such as Coaches Who Care, Impact Teen Drivers, Alive at 25, school-based observational seat belt surveys and peer education projects, worksite safety programs, etc.
o Develop and/or maintain programs that demonstrate traffic safety problems to the public through the use of simulations/simulators
o Provide presentations to partner agencies, schools, community groups, etc.
o Plan and execute media events
o Plan and execute internet marketing activities
o Plan and execute public awareness activities that will appropriately advance Vision Zero topics.
• Celebrate community successes through a Vision Zero Community Coalition Awards Program to recognize individual or group contributions to Vision Zero.
• Develop and maintain relationships that promote the Vision Zero Partner Network
• Promote the North Dakota Crash Memorial webpage
• Promote the Local Road Safety Plans
• Attend trainings, workgroups, partner meetings and other events as requested by the host county, NDACo and NDDOT Safety Division.

Minimum Qualifications
Education: Bachelor’s degree from accredited four-year college or university.
Experience: Three years of professional work experience with coordinating or administering. Public health, safety, or Public Relations/Marketing backgrounds preferred.
Notes: Must have a Valid Driver’s License (Subject to clean driving record).
Ideal Candidate
Ideally, a Vision Zero Outreach Coordinator has the following core competencies and traits:

Core Competencies
• Knowledge of Vision Zero and motor vehicle crash problems and the ability to advance Vision Zero strategies within a region is desired.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills sufficient to build a diverse network of public and private sectors and work through them to implement safety strategies
• Public speaking experience
• Basic knowledge of marketing, social media and public relations practices
• Understanding of traffic safety programs and issues
• Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office and other computer software
• Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative analysis methods to evaluate program results
• Program management skills to plan, implement and evaluate projects
• Ability to coordinate human, financial and technology resources to support project outcomes

Traits

 Innovative
 Creative
 Motivated
 Relational
 Detailed
 Resourceful
 Excellent Communicator
 Adaptable
 Community-Oriented
How To Apply You must apply specifically for the position above described. Resume and cover letters will be accepted by email at nicholed@co.mountrail.nd.us or in person until 4:00 PM on Friday August 21st, 2020 at the Office of the Mountrail County Human Resources Department, PO BOX 69, 101 N Main Ave, Stanley, ND 58784.
Application Deadline 08/21/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing http://www.co.mountrail.nd.us/pages/employment

 

County Mountrail
Job Title PT CLERK Auditor
Full/Part Time Part Time
Salary Range $20.34 -$24.45
Job Description Job Title: Bookkeeper/Clerk
Supervisor: County Auditor

Primary Purpose:
• Responsible for performing a wide variety of bookkeeping functions, including accounts payable, assets and insurance. This position understands and is capable of learning and performing all functions in the office of the County Auditor.

Duties & Responsibilities:
• Assist in accounts payable.
• Assist in filing and entry data.
• Assist with the Counties Insurance for vehicles and property.
• Assist with assets.
• Address and parcel maintenance on tax system.
• Working with townships on required township reporting.
• Assist with election duties.
• Assist with month end processing of financial and taxation program.
• Clerical duties.
• Have ability to learn legal description.
• The duties listed are not intended to be all-inclusive. Duties assigned any individual employee are at the discretion of the appointing authority.

Minimum Qualifications:
• High school diploma, experience preferred.
• Must have ability to learn and effectively use County’s computer software for the financial and taxation programs and have excellent computer knowledge.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Detail-oriented.
• Ability to work independently.
• Ability to relate and work effectively with county employees, department heads, and general public.
• Must be able to perform with high efficiency and accuracy.
• Be able to lift in excess of 15# on a frequent basis.


Mountrail County is an equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply You must apply specifically for the position above described. Applications may be obtained by contacting the Mountrail County Human Resource Department at 701-628-8980 or email at nicholed@co.mountrail.nd.us and completed applications will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on Friday August 21st, 2020 at the Office of the Mountrail County Human Resource Department, PO Box 69, 101 N Main Ave, Stanley, ND 58784.
Application Deadline 08/21/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing http://www.co.mountrail.nd.us/pages/employment

 

County Williams
Job Title Task Force Deputy
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $53,700.00 - $71,400.00 Annually (Depends on experience and training)
Job Description Apply online at www.williamsnd.com
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.
Summary:

Enforces laws and ordinances. Patrols assigned areas and responds to calls for assistance. Detains and interviews violators.
Job Duties and Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
• Coordinate law enforcement efforts with fellow officers in order to build a team environment while working toward short-term and long-term goals
• Investigate violations of state and federal law regarding narcotics and other controlled substances
• Participate in undercover operations; maintain surveillance of suspects to detect modus operandi
• Observe and photograph narcotic purchase transactions to compile evidence and protect undercover investigators
• Arrest narcotic offenders
• Obtain statements for prosecution of offenders and appear in court to testify as a witness
• Travel to other cities or states in order to facilitate an investigation
• Maintain up to date investigation files and reports within departmental standards. Keep immediate supervisors informed about progress in investigations and request assistance when needed
• Search computer and files for information such as: criminal history, license plate numbers, other data
• Submit written reports containing charges and evidence to the appropriate court
• Interview witnesses and interrogate suspects; obtain signed statements and affidavits; prepare investigative reports and case records; present reports in a clear, understandable manner
• Regular attendance required
• Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code

Required Experience and Training:
• Must have a High School Diploma or GED; and 2 years of experience as a patrol officer;
• Must possess a valid North Dakota driver's license or equivalent;
• Must be a Licensed Peace Officer through the ND POST board (or equivalent) OR have complete Peace officer training (or be enrolled) at an accredited police academy and be eligible to become licensed.

Required Knowledge:
Modern investigation techniques and practices including: identifying, documenting, collecting, and preserving relevant evidence; must have superior oral and written skills; knowledge of North Dakota Century Code and all current laws which have a direct or indirect effect on law enforcement; departmental weapons and be able to qualify with these weapons; Basic Peace Officer standards of conduct and public relations; and community policing principles.

Working Conditions:
The Northwest Narcotics Task Force Officer may be required to walk, run, stand, stoop, crawl, or sit for prolonged periods of time; lift heavy objects or people; overcome the resistance of a suspect; and the ability to work in extremely hot conditions during the summer and freezing conditions during the winter. Dangerous conditions may become evident at crime and accident scenes which could result in permanent injury or death.

Required Abilities:

Must be physically able to perform all required law enforcement duties; work any shift or extra assignment that is required; think and act properly in emergency situations while using common sense and proper professional police training; learn police code and operation of a two-way radio; explain to the public the laws and ordinances in a respectful manner; meet the psychological standards of the department; operate motor vehicles at high rates of speed using defensive driving techniques; and must be knowledgeable of the proper procedures for criminal investigations.

Other Requirements:
Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation, drug/alcohol screening, and administrative staff review.

Compensation: $53,700.00 - $71,400.00 Annually (Depends on 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!


Learn more about working in the Sheriff's Office here: http://bit.ly/WorkfortheSO
How To Apply Apply online at www.williamsnd.com
Application Deadline 08/19/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.williamsnd.com

 

County Williams
Job Title Patrol Deputy
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $53,700.00 to $71,400.00/year
Job Description Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
(Range: $53,700.00 to $71,400.00/year)

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.

• 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 back-up assistance, scene security and protection for regional emergency services personnel.
• Enforces local and state laws and enforces compliance with 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 area, 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:
Education, Experience and License/Certifications:

• High School diploma or GED equivalent.
• Must pass a thorough background investigation.
• Must be a Licensed Peace Officer through the ND POST board (or equivalent) OR have complete Peace officer training at an accredited police academy and be eligible to become licensed.
• Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent.
• Must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift.
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
Required Knowledge and Skills:

• Knowledge of county and State laws, regulations, statutes and ordinances
• Knowledge of law enforcement principles, and emergency response techniques
• Knowledge of the criminal justice and court systems, procedures and protocols in North Dakota
• Knowledge of principles and practices of law enforcement records management
• Knowledge of hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR

• Skill in the care, maintenance and safe operation of a variety of firearms, impact weapons, chemical agents, and other law enforcement tools and equipment
• Skill in remaining alert at all times and reacting quickly and calmly in emergency situations
• Skill in communicating with violators, recognizing suspicious behavior patterns, mediating difficult situations, and using effective arrest & control techniques
• Skill in dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness and sound judgment
• Skill in operating motor vehicles and special equipment during emergency situations and winter conditions
• Skill in working as a team member with other law enforcement and multi-jurisdictional agencies
• Skill in operating a personal computer and special software applications
• Skill in effectively communicating verbal and written instructions


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!

Learn more about working in the Sheriff's Office here: http://bit.ly/WorkfortheSO
Williston Community information: http://community.willistonnd.com/
How To Apply Apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 08/19/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams