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JOBS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

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

County Stark
Job Title Assistant State's Attorney I
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range DOE
Job Description • Responsible for gathering evidence, conducting civil and criminal lawsuits and presenting information in court to prosecute or defend actions.
• Responsible for advising law enforcement officer, preparing and presenting warrants and holding probable cause hearings.
• Responsible for conducting legal research, preparing legal document and opinions pertaining to assigned agency.
• Responsible for advising elected and appointed officials and County employees as to their legal rights and representing agencies in court.
• Review civil law issues as assigned regarding contracts and employee personnel disputes.
• Advise elected and appointed officials and County employees as to their legal rights, represent agencies in court and before quasi-judicial or administrative agencies of government.
• Maintain and establish working relationships with regional judiciary and close liaison with county officials, particularly state’s attorneys, judges and other attorneys.
• Perform other duties as required.
How To Apply In order to apply submit the following:
• Stark County Application Form – available on the Stark County website at www.starkcountynd.gov.
• Cover letter that clearly explains how the applicant’s work experience is related to the description of essential duties and responsibilities, minimum qualifications, and level of work experience;
• Resume;
• List of three (3) professional references;
• Law school transcript;
• Legal writing sample.

Submit application package to:

Stark County Human Resources Coordinator
PO Box 130
Dickinson, ND 58602
Or Via Email jobs@starkcountynd.gov
Applications submitted without required documents will not be considered.
For more information about the position contact Stark County State’s Attorney, Tom Henning at 701-456-7647.

Pre-employment drug testing will be required.

Position will remain open until filled, applications will be reviewed on a weekly basis.
Application Deadline 01/31/2020
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.starkcountynd.gov/

 

County Ward
Job Title Assistant State's Attorney III
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range Salary: $6,869.29 - $7,217.05 per month
Job Description Assistant State’s Attorney III:
this is an excellent opportunity to join a growing county in North Dakota. The County State’s Attorney’s Office promotes sound growth and development opportunities. We lead by example in all we do. We set the highest goals of honesty and ethics.We set the highest goals of honesty, integrity, and ethics.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

Assists the State’s Attorney in providing legal representation for Ward County involving the prosecution of criminal cases and legal representation in civil matters relating to the County and its entities.

Duties include:
• Prepares legal documents and tries felony, misdemeanor, and infraction criminal jury and bench trial, also non-criminal traffic violations. Also, prepares legal documents for over-weight truck cases, represents the County is some child-support actions.
• Represent the County at various community involvements, law enforcement and legal boards. Perform legal research for the county and report findings to appropriate source.
• Prepare briefs and argue appeals to North Dakota Supreme Court.
• Prepare motions, briefs, and other pleadings, and try post-conviction relief matters.
• Prepare search warrants for Narcotics Task Force and other law enforcement agencies.
• Prepare, file and try civil asset forfeitures on seized property.
• Provide legal assistance to law enforcement agencies. Present educational forms to law enforcement agencies. Act as liaison for various government and law enforcement agencies.
• Draft criminal charging documents and file preparation.
• File and prepare response briefs in suppression and dismissal motions.
• Represent petitioner in Juvenile Court and mental health cases as assigned and attend Juvenile Court and mental health hearings.
• Mentors other Assistant State’s Attorneys, law clerks and student interns. Acts as resource attorney for all legal staff.
• Collaborates on setting policies and goals.
• Oversees, participates and attends assigned projects and meetings.
• Appear in District Court for various hearings and legal matters.
• Present evidence in preliminary hearing involving felony charges.
• Performs other duties as assigned or apparent.
• Assess existing cases in light of post-charging evidence, research factual and legal issues that arise in cases, speak with victims and witnesses and consult with law enforcement.
• Review investigative reports from law enforcement submitted for prosecution; determine sufficiency of evidence available to file charges.
• Each week an attorney is designated as on-call. Persons may call that attorney from other agencies, e.g., law enforcement, for advice – usually on an urgent matter.
• Negotiate with criminal defense attorneys through email, phone, and in-person discussions.

Position requirements include:
• Education: Completion of Juris Doctorate Degree and a North Dakota license to practice law. Completion of at least 80 hours of continuing education in the last 6 years, including 6 ethics CLE hours.
• Experience: 6+ years of litigation of civil and criminal preferred.
How To Apply Applicants can find the Ward County Application at following address:
https://www.co.ward.nd.us/184/Human-Resources .

1. Applicants must also provide,
2. Resume;
3. Three (3) professional references;
4. A non-law review writing sample;
5. Cover letter that clearly explains how the applicant’s work experience is related to the description of essential duties and responsibilities, minimum qualifications, and level of work experience. Applications must be submitted to human resources by the closing date. All other required documents must be submitted to Ward County Human Resources, 225 3rd St SE, Minot, ND 58701 or e-mailed to : humanresources@wardnd.com by the closing date listed. Failure to send required documents will result in your application not being considered further.
 Applicants must apply for a specific position within the County to be considered for that position.
 Applicants who are residents of North Dakota and eligible to claim veteran’s preference must include Form DD214. Claims for disabled veteran’s preferences must also include Form DD214 and a letter less than one year old from the Department of Veterans Affairs indicating disability; claims for preference as the eligible spouse of a disabled or deceased veteran must include Form DD214, a marriage certificate, and a letter less than one year old from Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs indicating disability, or the veteran’s death certificate.
Application Deadline 12/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/jobs.aspx

 

County Ward
Job Title Assistant State's Attorney II with Underfill
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range Starting Pay Range: $77,038.79 - $80,938.87 annually - DOE
Job Description Summary:
Assists the State’s Attorney in providing legal representation for Ward County involving the prosecution of criminal cases and legal representation in civil matters relating to the County and its entities.

Assistant State’s Attorney I Underfill
If no candidates meet the above requirements the position may be underfilled with an Assistant State’s Attorney I
Starting Pay: $71,998.87 - $75,643.81
 Minimum qualifications for Assistant State’s Attorney I require the same as listed above except: Zero years of experience is necessary.
 Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and licensed to practice in the state of North Dakota.
How To Apply Applicants can find the Ward County Application at following address:
https://www.co.ward.nd.us/184/Human-Resources .
1. Applicants must also provide,
2. Resume;
3. Three (3) professional references;
4. A non-law review writing sample;
5. Cover letter that clearly explains how the applicant’s work experience is related to the description of essential duties and responsibilities, minimum qualifications, and level of work experience. Applications must be submitted to human resources by the closing date. All other required documents must be submitted to Ward County Human Resources, 225 3rd St SE, Minot, ND 58701 or e-mailed to : humanresources@wardnd.com by the closing date listed. Failure to send required documents will result in your application not being considered further.
 Applicants must apply for a specific position within the County to be considered for that position.
 Applicants who are residents of North Dakota and eligible to claim veteran’s preference must include Form DD214. Claims for disabled veteran’s preferences must also include Form DD214 and a letter less than one year old from the Department of Veterans Affairs indicating disability; claims for preference as the eligible spouse of a disabled or deceased veteran must include Form DD214, a marriage certificate, and a letter less than one year old from Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs indicating disability, or the veteran’s death certificate.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
The employing agency 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.
Application Deadline 12/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/jobs.aspx

 

County Williams
Job Title County Surveyor
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Summary:
Under general direction from the Board of Commissioners and direct supervision of the County Engineer, directs planning, designing and oversight of survey projects and project plans for the County transportation system in accordance with established surveying standards and state/federal/county policy.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
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.

• Oversee survey data collect and data studies related to transportation system planning and/or maintenance
• Prepare and present reports of survey and engineering-related information for affected departments/agencies and County Commissioners
• Prepare plan and profile sheets, estimates to assist in the development of specifications for transportation-related projects
• Oversee and coordinate engineering/surveying plan review of development plats and plans submitted through the County Planning and Zoning Board and Building Department
• Supervise the preparation of field data, field notes, log books, reports and other survey-related forms to comply with legal requirements and County procedures for project documentation
• Supervise staff surveyors, survey technicians, and seasonal staff assigned to survey projects
• Provide information and guidance to County departments, townships and political subdivisions regarding engineering standards, regulations and policies
• Collaborate with County Highway Superintendent to prepare annual work plans, transportation program plans and progress reports
• Maintain confidentiality of non-public records and make available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.


Education, Experience and License/Certifications:

• Requires a bachelor’s degree in surveying, engineering, or related field, or similar combination of experience and training
• AND registration as a Professional Land Surveyor in the State of ND (or the ability to obtain PLS registration within 6 months)
• Requires a valid North Dakota Drivers License or equivalent
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County HR Department website to apply.
Application Deadline 12/27/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Jail Nurse - RN or LPN
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $47,174.40 - $61,360.00
Job Description • Perform sick call duties on a daily basis.
• Perform medication passes.
• Ability to interact with high-risk inmates within the Detention Center on a one on one basis with no Detention officer present.
• Conduct health assessments, lab draws and communicable disease screenings.
• 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
• Under the supervision of the Jail Nurse Supervisor directs and guides patient teaching and activities that commensurate with his/her education and demonstrated competencies.
• Serving as a liaison with medical providers to schedule outside medical appointments regarding the medical care of the inmate populations.
• Assisting in the tracking of equipment and supply needs.
• Maintains accurate medical records of inmates in the Detention Center.
• Respond to emergencies throughout the facility; injury and illness; performs CPR when needed.
• Perform crisis intervention functions, suicide prevention, recognizing abnormal behavior and taking appropriate action.
• Refer to or consult with other health providers in person and on the phone.
• Notify supervisor and complete written report for any medical or security incidents.
How To Apply Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/
Application Deadline 12/22/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Barnes
Job Title Barnes County Board Positions
Full/Part Time Part Time
Salary Range
Job Description The following Barnes County Boards have an expiring or open position: Airport Authority
(1 seat), Housing Authority (1 seat), Park (2 seats), School Tuition Committee (1 seat), Water Resource, District #5 (1 seat), Weed Control (1 seat). Reimbursement varies.
How To Apply Persons interested in serving on these boards must send a letter of interest, along with an application, (available at the County Auditor’s Office 845-8500) to: Barnes County Auditor, 230 4th St NW, Room 202, Valley City, ND 58072. Applications due December 13, 2019.
Application Deadline 12/13/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Ward
Job Title Equipment Maintenance Foreman
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $29.11 - $30.59 Depending on Experience
Job Description GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

The Equipment Maintenance Foreman keeps the County Highway Department’s vehicles and equipment in good operating condition by monitoring the servicing and condition of highway department vehicles and equipment; scheduling, directing, and performing maintenance and repairs; and maintaining the shop facility and parts and supply inventories.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Repair and perform preventive maintenance on vehicles and heavy equipment including rebuilding and/or replacing components such as gas and diesel engines, transmissions, rear ends, hydraulic cylinders, pumps, brakes (air and hydraulic), electrical systems, etc.

• Purchase vehicle parts, filters, fuel, tires, oil, and shop supplies and distribute to crews and outlying shops.

• Troubleshoot problems and needed repairs for vehicles and equipment and schedule and assign repair work.

• Monitor and perform servicing of vehicles and equipment particularly those not regularly assigned to an operator.

• Assist in preparing specifications for vehicle and equipment bids and check out vehicles and equipment before and after purchase.

- Perform cleaning and building maintenance of shop and grounds.

- Operate equipment such as fork lifts and loaders in loading and unloading materials and supplies and transport equipment on “lowboy” trailers using a semi-tractor.

- Assist in sanding icy roads when needed.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED/EXERCISED:

The Equipment Maintenance foreman is generally supervised by the County Engineer.

This position supervises the Mechanic/Welder and other employees who may from time-to-time be assigned to work in the shop.


POSITION QUALIFICATIONS (KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES):

• High School graduation and five years of full-time experience in servicing, maintaining, and repairing vehicles and heavy equipment or the equivalent thereof.

• Class A North Dakota driver’s license and an insurable driving record.

- Two year college or trade school degree in auto and/or diesel mechanics and at least three years experience in vehicle and heavy equipment maintenance and repairs, preferred.

• Knowledge of vehicle and equipment mechanics, the methods and techniques of servicing, maintenance, and repair, and the tools and equipment used in such work.

• Knowledge of the process of maintaining an inventory and ordering parts and supplies.

• Knowledge of vehicle and equipment operation and capabilities.

• Ability to learn new information, techniques, and skills and apply them on the job.

• Ability to work independently and use initiative in performing the functions of the position.

• Ability to work well and communicate effectively with others.


PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS: These support the essential functions of the position.

Mostly works in the County shop either working on equipment or vehicles or checking inventory and working at a desk keeping records and ordering parts and supplies.

May be required to drive to outlying shops and work sites to work on equipment or to retrieve or return equipment.

Occasionally operates all types of vehicles and equipment both to perform work as well as troubleshoot mechanical problems.

Must possess considerable physical strength and agility.

Must be able to climb ladders and on, over, and under equipment and vehicles; lift heavy material (up to 100 lbs.); stoop; bend; kneel, reach; stretch; push; pull; and perform minor contortions to do the necessary work.

Must be able to work with oily and dirty components and petroleum products.

Employee is required to wear protective clothing and equipment such as ear plugs, protective boots, a hard hat and safety goggles for functions that require it.


WORK ENVIRONMENT:

This position normally works Monday – Friday during daytime hours, but additional hours or work days may from time to time be required.

This position may be required to respond to a breakdown of equipment in extreme climate and weather conditions.


OTHER ASSIGNMENTS:

County Department Heads and supervisors reserve the right to amend the functions assigned this position, either temporarily or permanently, at anytime as they determine the best interest of their department. Further, employees may be assigned other or additional functions to fill-in during the absence of other employees or vacancies in other positions.
How To Apply Please submit your Cover Letter, Resume, and Ward County Application to Human.Resources@co.ward.nd.us or via mail
225 3rd St SE
Minot, ND 58701
Application Deadline 12/11/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=110&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Equipment-Maintenance-Foreman-194

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Finance Director
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $88,566.40 - $98,404.80
Job Description Job Summary:
Under supervision of the Board of County Commissioners, performs complex administrative duties directing the accounting and budgetary operations of the County acting as comptroller in charge of revenue and expenditures.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for performing complex administrative duties and professional work in directing the accounting and budgetary operations of the County, acting as comptroller overseeing all revenue and expenditures for the County.
• Responsible for computing mill levies for all taxing districts in the County in accordance with state statue, prepare tax abstract for the state and prepare financial data/information for the State Legislature.
• Advise County Commissioners and Department Heads on financial issues and assist with reviewing budgets and financial audits; attend Commission meetings.
• Prepare and review journal entries, prepare reports for the state, and review bank statement reconciliations.
• Compile a comprehensive annual financial budget, review, analyze, and interpret monthly financials, and monitor budget for overages and shortages.
• Formulate, implement, interpret, and monitor enforcement of county accounting policies, procedures, and internal controls to ensure the integrity of county financial operations and compliance with all legal requirements and applicable accounting standards.
• Oversee the maintenance of the County’s capital asset records, track capital expenditures, identify and assign inventory numbers to capital assets, and prepare capital asset reports as scheduled.
• Serve as property manager for the County Courthouse and Provident buildings negotiating leases.
• Administers the risk management insurance coverage’s.
• Administer state and federal grants. Compile data for County Auditor’s Certificate of Indebtedness, tax data, bonding process, and political subdivisions.
• Responsible for assisting department heads in preparation and review of annual budgets, review journal entries, develop and implement accounting techniques, internal auditing, and implementing controls.
• Administer the County’s liability, boiler and capital asset insurance policies.
How To Apply Apply online at: www.burleighco.com/jobs/
Application Deadline 12/05/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Youth Care Attendant
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Under general supervision, provides assistance with coordinating Williams County Youth Assessment Center operations, activities, and personnel.

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.


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
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County HR website to apply.
Application Deadline 12/04/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Patrol Deputy
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description 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!
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County HR website to apply.
Application Deadline 12/04/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Desktop Analyst
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Description

Summary:
Under close supervision, performs a variety of technical work in relation to the maintenance of Williams County desktop, notebook, and telephone equipment.


Examples of Duties

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
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.


Installs, assembles, configures, and maintains County computers, monitors and peripherals including printers, scanners and related hardware.
Configures security settings and access permissions to groups or individuals (Active Directory)
Pulls cables and rewires cabling as required for new installations and office reconfigurations.
Provides technical support and troubleshooting assistance for network computer systems including hardware, software, and email.
Places orders for equipment and parts
Investigates and resolves network and peripheral equipment problems; performs related repairs as required.
Responds to technical service requests in a timely and prompt manner; accurately documents technical service call information into departmental computer system.
Monitors and assists with ensuring the availability, connectivity and security of assigned technology related equipment.
Performs preventative maintenance necessary to keep County computers and systems free of viruses, spyware, and adware.
Schedules and provides training to technology end users as required.
Coordinates and collaborates with Information Technology Department staff to research and implement the use of new technologies.
Provides on-call technical support as scheduled and/or required.
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 information technology experience;
OR
Associate's Degree in Information Technology or Computer Science.
A+, CNE, and/or Microsoft Desktop Support Technician certifications desired.


Supplemental Information

Required Knowledge and Skills:


Knowledge of principles and practices of information technology.
Knowledge of computer hardware, software, and systems applications.
Knowledge of network systems and infrastructures.
Knowledge of telephone and voicemail systems.
Knowledge of processes for investigating and resolving technology related issues.

Skill in maintaining and repairing computer, network and telephone systems.
Skill in providing technical support regarding computer hardware, software, and email systems.
Skill in troubleshooting telephone and voicemail system issues.
Skill in responding promptly to technical service requests and providing on-call assistance.
Skill in ensuring the availability and security of computer systems and technology related equipment.


Special Working Conditions:


Work is performed in a technology environment and involves working in confined spaces.
May be exposed to heights, variable weather conditions, and potentially stressful situations.
Must be able to lift up to 85 pounds.
Must be available to provide on-call technical support outside of normal work hours.

Williams County offers a generous benefit package to all full time employees including a fully paid health, dental, and vision insurance plan for employees and eligible dependents, paid sick and vacation leave, term life insurance, full contribution to the North Dakota Public Employee Retirement system, and more!
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County HR website to apply.
Application Deadline 12/04/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Ramsey
Job Title Roads & Bridges Tech II
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $2934 -3885 Monthly/DOE
Job Description Ramsey County is accepting applications for a full-time Roads & Bridges Tech II. For more information on the position and how to apply, please visit https://www.co.ramsey.nd.us/Employment.
How To Apply https://www.co.ramsey.nd.us/Employment
Application Deadline 12/02/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ramsey.nd.us/Employment

 

County Cass
Job Title County Planner
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $58,835/yr-$67,451/yr DOE
Job Description MINIMUM QUALIFICATION, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Master’s Degree in Planning or a closely related field and 3-5 years of experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

A Valid driver’s license is also required.

Knowledge of Local Government planning practices including land use regulation, use of geographic information systems in planning activities, and transportation planning.

Very high level of computer proficiency in ESRI Map, GIS, and Web software.

Effective oral and written communications skills.

Ability to effectively interact with coworkers, supervisor, other government agencies, and the general public on sensitive and sometimes controversial topics.

PREFERRED
Three or more years experience in local government planning.
How To Apply www.casscountynd.gov
Application Deadline 12/02/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.casscountynd.gov

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Detention Officer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $20.94 - $23.34
Job Description Duties and 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.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Requires a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED).
• Requires an associate’s degree (or 60 semester hours of college credit) with a GPA of 2.0 or better from an accredited college or university validated by transcripts;
• OR two (2) years of work experience in corrections, law enforcement;
• OR three (3) years of full time continuous active duty military experience.
• Requires applicant to have a passing score of 70% on the Corrections Exam.
How To Apply Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/
Application Deadline 12/02/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Assistant State's Attorney II - with Under Fill
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $76,648 - $84,510
Job Description Job Summary: Under supervision of the State’s Attorney, is responsible for duties associated with various legal functions of the agency such as conducting lawsuits, gathering evidence, enforcing laws, and maintaining narrative files.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for gathering evidence, conducting criminal and civil lawsuits including trials and appeals, and presenting information in court to prosecute or defend actions.
• Advise law enforcement officers, prepare and present warrants, hold probable cause hearings, and review police reports for prosecution.
• Advise elected and appointed officials and county employees as to their legal duties.
• Draft legal documents, prepare legal opinions, pleadings, motions, briefs and orders, and conduct legal research.
• Establish and maintain working relationships with judiciary, other attorneys, county officials, and law enforcement.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in the State of North Dakota.
• Must have two or more years of experience as an attorney practicing criminal law.
• Requires a valid driver’s license; applicant will be subject to a standard post offer background and criminal records check.
• Must efficiently operate a computer with knowledge of word processing, Westlaw, and/or similar legal research software.
• Must communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.

If no candidates meet the above requirements the position may be underfilled with an Assistant State’s Attorney I

Grade 11, Starting Pay Range: $66,664 - $73,486 annually

• Minimum qualifications for Assistant State’s Attorney I require the same as listed above except: No years of experience is necessary.
• Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and licensed to practice in the state of North Dakota.
OR
• Those sitting for the February 2020 BAR Exam.
How To Apply Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/
Application Deadline 12/01/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Senior Assistant State's Attorney
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $82,139 - $91,228
Job Description Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Responsible for gathering evidence, conducting more complex civil and criminal lawsuits, and presenting information in court to prosecute or defend actions.
• Advise law enforcement officers, prepare and present warrants, and hold probable cause hearings.
• Conduct legal research, prepare legal documents and opinions pertaining to assigned agency, and mentoring assistant state’s attorneys.
• Advise elected and appointed officials and county employees as to their legal rights, and represent agencies in court.
• Direct supervision of support staff along with other administrative duties in the absence of the State’s Attorney.

Minimum Qualifications:
• Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and license to practice law in the State of North Dakota, with three or more years of experience in criminal litigation preferred; four years’ experience in active law practice required.
• Requires a valid Class D North Dakota driver’s license, with a clean driving record.
• Must have reasonable interpersonal communication skills and be able to have a good working relationship with professional staff, law enforcement agencies, court staff, and the general public.
How To Apply Apply online at: https://www.burleighco.com/jobs/
Application Deadline 12/01/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Accounting Specialist (Analyst)
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $20.00/hour - $30.00/hour
Job Description PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.WILLIAMSND.COM


Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
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 limited supervision, coordinates assigned Williams County Human Resources programs and activities.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
• Analyzes and maintains position classification program; including analysis and documentation of new positions or reclassifications, and creating/maintaining job codes and position data within all HRIS and databases
• Collects and analyzes data for annual market job study; participates in compensation surveys as directed
• Oversees planning, training, administration and compliance of the annual merit program, including document management/creation, data tracking/analysis, HRIS configuration and employee communication
• Completes bi-weekly audit of timesheet entries and accrued leave usage; submits validated timesheets to Finance department for bi-weekly payroll
• Validates, maintains and compiles data required for Title VI, E-4 and EEO4 compliance and reporting
• Assists HR team in benefits administration, recruiting and legal compliance
• Assists in the rollout and implementation of HR programs
• Advises department heads and supervisors regarding policies, procedures, laws, and guidelines.
• Coordinates special projects as directed by the Human Resources Director
• Maintains confidentiality of non-public records and makes available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.
Education, Experience and License/Certifications:
Associates Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Human Resources or related field AND at least four (4) years of human resources, accounting or payroll related work experience OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
How To Apply PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.WILLIAMSND.COM
Application Deadline 11/30/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Staff Engineer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Staff Engineer to work in transportation system planning and maintenance

Examples of Duties:
Conduct engineering studies related to transportation system planning and/or maintenance;

Establish overall design concepts and design all components of roadways and associated items;

Prepare plan and profile sheets, estimates and detailed designs using AutoCAD Civil 3D;

Develop specifications for transportation-related projects including paved and gravel road systems;

Perform calculations to determine areas, quantities, and costs associated with transportation-related engineering projects;

Supervise and/or conduct the inspection, materials testing, surveying and/or office processes to ensure construction projects are completed in accordance with contract requirements;

Prepare field notes, log books, reports and other forms to comply with County/State/Federal procedures for project documentation;

Maintain/Evaluate County inventory for road surfacing types, bridges, culverts and report necessary documentation to North Dakota Department of Transportation or various agencies;

Set up and evaluate traffic count analysis using radar traffic counters on County and Township roads;

Assist with County special assessment projects according to North Dakota Century Code;

Assist with engineering plan review of development plats and plans submitted through the County Planning and Zoning Board;

Maintain project files and perform project management for road improvement projects directly or working with Consulting Engineers;

Maintain confidentiality of non-public records and make available all data and information deemed a public record by the North Dakota Century Code.

Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (or related field - i.e. Construction Engineering)

Registration as an Engineer in Training (EIT) with ability to obtain Professional Engineering license in the State of North Dakota within 12 months from the hiring date

ND Driver's License or equivalent (valid driver's license from another State)

Preferred Qualifications:
ND Professional Engineering license;

Experience performing hydraulic analysis and reviewing civil plans;

Experience conducting bridge inspections, interpreting structure inventory and appraisal sheets;

Knowledge of roadway base stabilization and preventive maintenance methods on paved roadways.

Experience establishing overall design concepts and design all components of roadways and associated items;

Experience preparing plan and profile sheets, estimates and detailed designs using AutoCAD Civil 3D;

Experience performing calculations to determine areas, quantities, and costs associated with transportation-related engineering projects;

Experience supervising and/or conducting the inspection, materials testing, and/or office processes to ensure construction projects are completed in accordance with contract requirements
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County website and click on the Job Openings link to apply.
Application Deadline 11/29/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Barnes
Job Title Correctional Officers
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 full-time Correctional Officers. 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 and complete job description available through ND Job Service (www.jobsnd.com). Applications may 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 11/29/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Ward
Job Title Human Resource Director
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $78,945.44 - $89,738.38 Depending on Experience
Job Description GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Under general supervision of the Ward County Commission, the Human Resources Director has direct and primary responsibility for directing all elements of the Human Resources program including recruitment, compensation and benefits administration, employee communications, legal compliance, policy development and safety. Work includes frequent contact with the County Commission, States Attorney, Department Heads and employees in communicating policies and program operations. The Human Resource Director serves as the EEO officer, Risk Manager, ADA and HIPPA Coordinator for the County. Work is performed with independence and exercise of judgment within administrative policies and regulations.


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (“l” Indicates essential function)

- Responsible for security of County Personnel Records (all employee records must be secured at all times).

- Responsible for employee relations through procedures for recruitment, testing, hiring, onboarding, promoting, transfers, demotions and discharge functions. Also coordinates employee training.

- Prepares required reports to monitor hires, promotions, transfers, terminations, absenteeism, turnover, and other personnel actions.

- Responsible for directing and coordinating the hiring process by advertising for county positions, receiving and reviewing applications, referring applications to the department head and participating in the interview process.

- Assists and advises the Board of County Commissioners and Department Heads regarding personnel policies, administrative rules, employment laws, disciplinary actions, grievance procedures, counseling of employees and all Human Resource related issues to ensure compliance with all local, state and federal laws, rules and regulations.

- Administers and maintains an internal grievance process, participates in resolving employee grievances.

- Responsible for the maintenance of the position classification and pay plan by conducting periodic pay and benefit surveys and making recommendations based on survey results.

- Facilitates communication of benefits programs during orientation of new employees as well as during annual open enrollment, claims resolutions, and change reporting as well as evaluating fringe benefits programs.

- Serves as the EEO officer, ADA and HIPPA coordinator of Ward County

- Serves as the Risk Manager for the county by managing and coordinating the Work Force Safety (workers compensation) Program, facilitate required training, process claims and coordinate efforts with claims managers, investigators, and ND Association of Counties.

- Prepares budget for personnel operations.


SUPERVISION RECEIVED/EXERCISED:

This position receives administrative direction from the County Commissioners and supervises the Payroll Technician and Human Resource Generalist.


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

- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management, Public or Business Administration or related field and five (5) years of experience in a human resource or management related field as well as two (2) or more years supervisory experience. SHRM certified is preferred.

- Must have knowledge of governmental administrative practices, including policy formulations and public sector employment issues.

- Must have knowledge of local, state and federal laws, and regulations such as FLSA, ACA, ADA, FMLA, ERISA, COBRA, etc.

- Must have knowledge of personnel, workers compensation, and risk management laws, rules and regulations.

- Must possess excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication (written and verbal), analytical and decision making skills.

- Knowledge in preparing and administering budgets.

- Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel and have the ability to use other software.


PHYSICAL and MENTAL DEMANDS: These support the essential functions of the position.

- Must be able to lift, carry, stoop, and reach above their head, bend, and retrieve items weighing up to 25 pounds.

- Must have good balance and be able to climb ladders and use stools in working with files.

- Must be able to operate a computer.

- Must be able to sit or stand for a minimum of two hours at a time.

- Must have good (or corrected) vision for the ability to read documents and other information, including color definition, depth perception and field of vision.

- Must be able to hear and speak distinctly.

- Must be able to work independently and be adaptable



WORK ENVIRONMENT:

- This position normally works seated at a desk in an environmentally controlled office often using a computer terminal. Considerable time is spent on the phone answering questions and providing information.

- This position normally works in the County Administration Building, Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM. This position may be required to work evenings or weekends during busy periods.

- This position may be called upon to go out to work sites as the Risk Manager and travel out of town for training purposes.




OTHER ASSIGNMENTS:

This is an appointed position by the Board of County Commissioners. The job description is not intended and should not be construed to be a complete list of all duties, skills, responsibilities or working conditions associated with the job. It is intended to be a reasonable outline of those principle job elements essential in maintaining a Human Resource related position. The County reserve the right to amend the functions assigned this position, either temporarily or permanently, at any time as may be determined in the best interest of the County. Further, employees may be assigned other or additional functions to fill-in during the absence of other employees or vacancies in other positions.
How To Apply Please submit your Cover Letter, Resume, and Ward County Application by November 26th, 2019 at noon. Our Ward County Application can be found on the Ward County Website under Human Resources.
Application Deadline 11/26/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=102&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Human-Resource-Director-167

 

County Williams
Job Title County Parks Manager
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Under general supervision, administers programs, manages maintenance and directs operations for recreation areas and campgrounds.

Examples of Duties:

Develops and implements maintenance plans for buildings, grounds, and facilities; coordinates construction or installation of park improvements
Supervises and monitors the performance of seasonal work force; assures compliance with state and county policies and procedures; prepares work schedules, assigns work duties, and monitors work flow
Ensures proper record-keeping, maintenance and replacement of equipment, fleet and supplies
Coordinates and administers programming and public events within County parks, recreation areas and public access sites;
Coordinates safety compliance with County parks, including sanitation and utilities
Directs and coordinates policy enforcement activities including collection of camping fees, length-of-stay policies and usage restrictions
Develops collaborative multi-season programming with partner agencies, including the Army Corps of Engineers, North Dakota Game and Fish, city Parks and Recreation districts, Williams County Water Board, and local sports clubs/associations
Develops and administers annual budget; monitors and approves expenditures
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:


Two (2) years of management experience overseeing budget, programming and staff;
AND Bachelors degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies, Tourism, Range Management, Business Management, Landscape Architecture, Range Management or a related field
OR 4 years of parks and recreation experience
OR an equivalent combination of 6 years education, training and experience.
Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent

Supplemental Information:

Work is performed in an outdoor environment with exposure to extreme temperatures in winter and summer. Work to be performed, intermittently, during weekends, evening and holidays.
How To Apply Apply online at www.williamsnd.com
Application Deadline 11/22/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Barnes
Job Title Registered Nurse (RN) Manager
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description City-County Health District is seeking a Registered Nurse - Home Care Nurse Manager due to increased activity. Available position is full-time/flex, requiring 24-40 hrs. per week in Public Health and Home Care areas. Rotating weekends every 4-5 weeks as needed. Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle plus good communication skills required. Our nurses serve clients by visiting homes; determining client and family needs; developing health care plans; providing nursing services and treatments; referring clients with social and emotional problems to other community agencies.

The Registered Nurse - Home Care Nurse Manager is responsible for:

1. Ensuring quality and safe delivery of home care services, supervising patient care activities, assuring current standards of accepted nursing and medical practice are followed.

2. Coordinating provision of home care services that reflect the home care agency philosophy and standards of home care.

3. Assisting the home care administrator to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate home care agency services, programs, and activities.

4. Ongoing commitment to ensuring home care is provided in a cost-effective manner, and identifying opportunities for increased efficiency.

Position Qualifications:

1. Bachelor of Science in Nursing preferred.

2. Requires possession of a current license to practice as a registered nurse in North Dakota.

3. Minimum of 3 years’ experience as a registered nurse, management experience and a background in public health/home health nursing preferred.

4. Must speak English.

5. Required knowledge, skills, and abilities include: extensive knowledge of nursing practices, procedures, and professional code of ethics for nurses, skill in planning, organizing and evaluation of activities of subordinates; ability to effectively and professionally communicate verbally and in writing; ability to exercise judgment and make nursing care and management decisions.

Wage depends on experience; $46,000 - $64,000 annual compensation package; employer-paid deductibles for individual and family health care insurance; North Dakota Public Employees Retirement; vacation leave, sick leave, paid holidays; work-site wellness reimbursements; employee assistance program (EAP); life insurance policy; dental and vision insurance; a flexible daytime work schedule including in-home and in-office patient care.
How To Apply Find application at: http://www.citycountyhealth.org/employment-.html

Send completed job application along with resume to: 415 2nd AVE NE, Valley City, ND 58072 ​or email to kbeyer@barnescounty.us.
Application Deadline 11/22/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/altentry.asp?action=jobs&whereto=DETAILS&ordernum=581531&src=GOV

 

County Williams
Job Title Equipment Operator/Truck Driver
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Under general supervision, performs semi-skilled work in the operation of trucks used to collect and transport road materials and equipment used for the maintenance of County roads, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.
How To Apply Apply at the Williams County website: www.williamsnd.com
Application Deadline 11/22/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams

 

County Williams
Job Title Heavy Equipment Operator
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of trucks and equipment used in the maintenance of County roads, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.
How To Apply Please visit the Williams County website and click on the Job Openings link to apply.
Application Deadline 11/22/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams