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JOBS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE:

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

County Ward
Job Title Equipment Operator - Minot
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $19.96 - $21.96 / hour
Job Description GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

Equipment Operators operate a variety of heavy equipment and vehicles and use a variety of tools and equipment in support of the maintenance and construction of County highways and the maintenance of County bridges, equipment, vehicles and County Highway Department buildings.


Full Job Description can be found on the Ward County Website
How To Apply To Submit you can hand in your application, resume and cover letter in person,
By mail to Ward County, PO Box 5005 Minot, 58702,
Or by email to human.resources@co.ward.nd.us
Application Deadline 09/23/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.co.ward.nd.us/jobs.aspx

 

County Cass
Job Title File Clerk-State's Attorney's Office
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $28,396/yr
Job Description MINIMUM QUALIFICATION, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Must have High School Diploma; must be able to handle a physically demanding day-to-day workload and be skilled at filing to include the ability to lift and or transport material weighing up to 25 pounds and the ability to work at a fast pace with high accuracy; must have knowledge of Microsoft Office products; Must be detail oriented and possess the ability to work independently with strict adherence to confidentiality; must have excellent telephone communication, organizational, and problem-solving skills; and must have the ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions, the ability to communicate with diverse groups of individuals utilizing tact and diplomacy, and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, county employees and the general public.

DESIRED AND/OR PREFERRED
Previous work experience in a prosecutorial or other legal setting; Criminal justice experience to include basic knowledge of court and legal terminology; Ability to interact with all levels of staff; Receptionists and multi-line telephone experience.

JOB DUTIES
The file clerk is responsible for maintaining an efficient filing system in two separate file rooms for case files; pulling files for appropriate hearings; retrieving files for staff as needed for phone calls and hearings; and other assigned duties. The file clerk is also responsible for daily and weekly court schedules and the daily in-custody list to include locating files and organizing the list for the attorneys, as well as organizing and distributing files to attorneys for current hearings and hearings schedule in the future.
May be responsible for answering and fielding incoming phone calls and for greeting individuals as they come into the office during the receptionists' lunch breaks or absences from work.
Timely and regular attendance is required as is the ability to interact productively with co-workers and satisfactorily perform the duties and functions of the job. The job requires considerable movement throughout the office which is located on two separate floors as well as the Courthouse throughout the workday.
How To Apply www.casscountynd.gov
Application Deadline 09/24/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.casscountynd.gov

 

County Dickey
Job Title Deputy Treasurer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range 33,384 - 35416
Job Description You would be working with the Treasurer performing duties of the County Tax and Revenue Agent, for Dickey County
How To Apply By Mail: PO Box 369, Ellendale, ND 58436
By e-mail: dctreasurer@nd.gov
In Person: 309 2nd St. N, Ellendale, ND
Application Deadline 09/24/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/altentry.asp?action=jobs&whereto=DETAILS&ordernum=577066&src=VOS

 

County Ward
Job Title Senior Information Technology Specialist
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range Grade 23 Depending on Experience
Job Description The Senior Information Technology Specialist performs analytical, technical, and administrative work in the planning, design, and installation of new and existing personal computer systems, workstations, or servers; diagnoses and resolves problems in response to customer reported incidents; confers with end users to determine types of hardware and software required; installs new hardware and software and maintains existing components; trains end users in the use of equipment and software; administers servers and/or networking equipment; research and makes recommendations on cyber security/information policies, principles, and practices; consults with users at a departmental level on complex problems/issues and offers appropriate solutions; may have purchasing responsibilities within a defined budget; lead on technical projects.

The full job description can be found on the Ward County Website under jobs!
www.co.ward.nd.us
How To Apply Please submit your Resume, Cover Letter, and Ward County Application to human.resources@co.ward.nd.us on September 30th, 2019 at noon

You can find the Ward County Application on the Ward County Website under Human Resources!
Application Deadline 09/30/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing www.co.ward.nd.us

 

County Burleigh
Job Title Senior Assistant State's Attorney
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $80,766 - $89,710 - DOE
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; five 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 09/30/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Staff Engineer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $80,000 � $100,000/year
Job Description Summary: 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 apply online at www.williamsnd.com
Application Deadline 09/30/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Cass
Job Title Veteran's Service Officer
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $53,502/yr-$61,325/yr
Job Description MINIMUM QUALIFICATION, EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Must possess a bachelor’s degree in management and/or administration.
Must be an honorably discharged veteran and have prior experience in a veteran’s service office.
Knowledge of laws, rules, and regulations governing veteran’s benefits under federal and state statutes.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products.
Must have good communication and problem solving skills and be able to manage the operation and staff of the Veteran’s Service Office to assure service to veterans and their families and be able to communicate effectively with county commissioners.

JOB DUTIES
Counsel and file applications for various compensations. Manage and supervise employees to assure effective and efficient service to veterans and their dependents and widows.
Compile and prepare departmental budget and related office records.
Attend required training relating to veteran’s benefits. Prepare and present talks to civic groups on matters pertaining to veteran’s benefits.
Perform public relations responsibilities and prepare and publish annual report.

Cass County Government is an Equal Opportunity and At Will Employer.
How To Apply www.casscountynd.gov
Application Deadline 10/01/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.casscountynd.gov/our-county/human-resources/job-openings

 

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 10/04/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Human Resources Analyst
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range
Job Description Summary:


Under limited supervision, coordinates assigned Williams County Human Resources programs and activities.




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.

•Analyzes and maintains position classification program; including analysis and documentation of new positions or reclassifications, writing of job descriptions, and creating/maintaining job codes and position data within all HRIS systems and databases
•Collects and analyzes data for annual market job study; participates in compensation surveys as directed
•Oversees in 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 HR 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 10/05/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County McKenzie
Job Title Accounting Specialist
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $22.59-$24.45/ Hour
Job Description REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and 2 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
• Knowledge of basic accounting principles; account preparation, review and control methods; general ledger reporting and data entry techniques
• Aptitude for and attention to detail and accuracy with the ability to multi-task
• Extensive knowledge of computers, computer programs, scanning equipment, and various office machines, modern office practices, procedures, equipment, record keeping and filing systems
• Excellent organization skills and customer service

GENERAL DUTIES:
• Performs a variety of accounting functions, which includes: reconciling accounts; preparing accounting schedules; accounts payable/receivable; billing; processing checks; coding and entering information into a database; and performing related tasks
• Enters a variety of financial information for the Auditor/Treasurer Department, including analyzing, coding, and journalizing all financial activities
• Completes, tracks, and/or maintains a variety of records, logs, ledgers, and files; files documents as needed. Researches and resolves a variety of difficult problems independently through review of multiple records
• Assists the Auditor/Treasurer Department, participates in the preparation of property tax billing and subsequent collection
How To Apply Applications may be submitted via mail or in person at
McKenzie County Courthouse- Human Resources 201 5th St NW Ste 700
Watford City, ND 58854

Or email to Jobs@co.mckenzie.nd.us
Application Deadline 10/18/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://county.mckenziecounty.net/Careers/Accounting-Specialist-Auditor-Treasurers-Department

 

County Williams
Job Title School Resource Deputy
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $53,700.00-$71,400.00/Annually
Job Description 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:
The SRD is responsible for a variety of roles to include, but not limited to: Law Enforcement Deputy, Law related educator, Liaison for conflict resolution, and Community liaison.

PURPOSE:
A School Resource Deputy (SRD) assigned to the Williams County Schools may act as:•An on-site first responder
•A deterrent to lower criminal activity on school property
•A parking lot attendant during lunch breaks or hours before or after school
•Law Enforcement presence at school functions or extracurricular activities
•Law Enforcement education programing
•A resource for parents and students
•A resource for administrators and other staff
•A liaison between other agencies and the schools


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

•Serves as a liaison between the Williams County schools, the community, and outside agencies, to include, but not limited to: Social Services, Juvenile Court, District Court, Youth and family organizations
•Addresses crimes and disorder within the Williams County schools to include, but not limited to: Illegal drug activity, Thefts, Vandalism, Gangs, Violence, and Truancy
•Creates and presents educational programs to include, but not limited to: Substance abuse, Bus safety, Bullying, Crime prevention, Conflict resolution, Crime awareness, and Social media safety
•Monitors and refers students to mentoring programs offered in the community.The SRD will promote personal and social responsibility by encouraging students' participation in community activities
•Monitors social trends affecting the students within Williams County schools
•Assists in developing school policies that address criminal activity and school safety
•Acts as a trusted counselor and confidential source for students and parents in addition to providing information on community resources available to the students and/or parents


TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

•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 completed Peace officer training (or be enrolled) 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 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.

The SRD will conduct him/herself in a manner that promotes a high moral standard, good judgment and discretion, respect for other students, and a sincere concern for the school community.

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 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 10/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Patrol Sergeant
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $74,360.00-$79,352.00 Annually
Job Description Summary:

Oversees the staff of a Sheriff's Department work shift; assures that Deputies are ready and prepared for duty; provides safety and security to Williams County citizens through supervision of and participation in the activities of patrol, civil process service, investigations and other duties on an assigned shift.


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.
• Provides safety and security to citizens in the community through supervising and participating in law enforcement, patrol, civil process service, investigations and other duties on an assigned shift.
•Enforces local, state and Federal laws, and enforces compliance with local regulations and ordinances, according to policies, procedures and regulations.
•Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; investigates, documents, and resolves traffic incidents, crimes, dangerous and illegal activities, and citizen complaints.
•Performs duties of Deputy Sheriff in Patrol as needed, and assists Deputies in the performance of their duties; completes detailed reports and required paperwork; performs follow-up investigations as required.
•Supervises Sheriff's Office staff on assigned shift; prioritizes assignments and duties; oversees the deployment of personnel, monitors work, and evaluates performance; meets with staff to discuss and resolve workload and technical issues; assures effective communication of Sheriff's Office issues and goals.
•Assures that Deputies are ready and prepared for duty, are adequately trained and equipped, and are held accountable for duties and responsibilities assigned; may act as Field Training Officer for Deputies.
•Conducts daily staff briefings; reviews case reports and warrants; advises Patrol Lt. regarding significant developments with investigations, employee conduct and citizen complaints.
•Manages critical incidents and criminal investigations as needed; responds to crime scenes and takes command when appropriate; assists with criminal cases as needed.
•Coordinates activities with other law enforcement operations, and emergency services agencies.
•Performs specialized functions in areas of expertise, including investigations, civil and administrative services, training, search & rescue, prisoner & special custody transport..
•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; AND four (4) year's experience in law enforcement; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
•Must pass a thorough background investigation;
•Must be a Licensed Peace officer through the ND POST board (or equivalent) OR have completed Peace officer training (or be enrolled) at an accredited police academy and be eligible to become licensed
•Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License; must maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards.
•Technical certifications in CPR, First Aid, and specialized equipment are required.
•Must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift.


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:


Required Knowledge and Skills:
•Knowledge of Sheriff's Department policies and procedures, rules of evidence, pursuit and search techniques and procedures, use-of-force rules, and criminal and traffic codes.
•Knowledge of county, state and Federal laws, regulations, statutes and ordinances.
•Knowledge of investigative and interrogative procedures, and protocols for observation of critical details.
•Knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, and emergency response techniques.
•Knowledge of tactics for deployment of law enforcement personnel and equipment.
•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 the geography, roads, and landmarks of Williams County.
•Skill in assuming tactical responsibilities and making appropriate decisions.
•Skill in effectively supervising Deputies, and coordinating tasks.
•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 dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness and sound judgment.
•Skill in communicating with violators, recognizing suspicious behavior patterns, mediating difficult situations, and using effective arrest & control techniques.
•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.


Special Working Conditions:
•Work is performed in an office and in internal and external environments with exposure to inclement weather, and varying temperatures; subject to physical harm such as dangerous vehicles, gun shots, and physical attacks; may be exposed to hazardous chemicals, drugs, infectious and communicable diseases; required to physically restrain persons.

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 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 10/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Task Force Officer (NWNTF)
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $53,700.00-$71,400.00Annually
Job Description Summary:

Enforces laws and ordinances. Patrols assigned areas and responds to calls for assistance. Detains and interviews violators.

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.

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



TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

Required Experience and Training: •Must have a High School Diploma or GED; 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.


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

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 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 10/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Williams
Job Title Detective
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range $74,360.00-$79,352.00 Annually
Job Description Summary:
Investigates and resolves criminal cases and criminal activities in Williams County; coordinates work activities with prosecuting attorneys and other Federal, state and local justice agencies.


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.
•Provides safety and security to citizens in the community through the investigation and resolution of criminal cases and criminal activities.
•Investigates and resolves criminal cases and criminal activities; reads crime reports and develops investigation strategy; applies skills and training to apprehend violators and close cases.
•Collects, preserves, logs and secures crime scene; documents all handling of evidence and property to preserve chain of custody; maintains activity logs and generates reports as needed.
•Gathers evidence and verifies information pertinent to the investigation and resolution of criminal incidents; advises supervisors regarding significant investigative developments.
•Documents crime scenes using a variety of technical equipment, techniques and procedures.
•Interviews victims and witnesses; identifies, locates, interrogates and arrests suspects; correlates data and evidence to develop additional information on the crime and the criminals; develops and validates evidence that will stand up in a court of law.
•Manages crime scenes and criminal investigations; responds to crime scenes and takes command when appropriate; coordinates activities with other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.
•Prepares criminal cases, assists in the prosecution of criminals, and testifies at criminal trials; works with prosecuting attorneys to prepare investigative information to support charges.
•Prepares warrants, case reports, and other legal documents for managing cases in the Courts.
•Gathers, investigates, disseminates and maintains criminal intelligence data; tracks stolen items, collects evidence, maintains files, and finds and processes stolen items.
•Coordinates casework and supervises other Deputies to investigate and resolve cases; provides training and expertise to Deputies to enhance skills; assures effective communication of casework issues and investigation procedures.
•Enforces local, state and Federal laws, and enforces compliance with local regulations and ordinances, according to policies, procedures and regulations.
•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; AND five (5) year's experience in law enforcement; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
•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 (or be enrolled) at an accredited police academy and be eligible to become licensed.
•Must possess a valid North Dakota Driver's License or equivalent; must maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards.
•Technical certifications in CPR, First Aid, and specialized equipment are required.
•Must be able to work on any assigned shift.


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Required Knowledge and Skills:
•Knowledge of Sheriff's Department policies and procedures, rules of evidence, pursuit and search techniques and procedures, use-of-force rules, and criminal and traffic codes.
•Knowledge of county, state and Federal laws, regulations, statutes and ordinances.
•Knowledge of Federal and state laws related to the collecting, preserving and securing of physical evidence.
•Knowledge of principles and practices of crime scene management, and the operation of a variety of technical equipment
•Knowledge of investigative and interrogative procedures, and protocols for observation of critical details.
•Knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, and emergency response techniques.
•Knowledge of tactics for deployment of law enforcement personnel and equipment.
•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 the geography, roads, and landmarks of Williams County.
•Skill in assuming tactical responsibilities and making appropriate decisions.
•Skill in independently investigating and securing crime scenes, and recognizing evidence and causes of crime, death and accidents.
•Skill in documenting crime scene details, and collecting and preserving evidence.
•Skill in analyzing complex investigative issues and developing solutions and strategies.
•Skill in using techniques of interviewing and interrogation, and remembering details of incidents
•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 dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness and sound judgment.
•Skill in communicating with violators, recognizing suspicious behavior patterns, mediating difficult situations, and using effective arrest & control techniques.
•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.


Special Working Conditions:
•Work is performed in an office and in internal and external environments with exposure to inclement weather, and varying temperatures; subject to physical harm such as dangerous vehicles, gun shots, and physical attacks; may be exposed to hazardous chemicals, drugs, infectious and communicable diseases; required to physically restrain persons.

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 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/williams
Application Deadline 10/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing

 

County Dickey
Job Title Equipment Operator
Full/Part Time Full Time
Salary Range 40824
Job Description The purpose of this position is to maintain and repair on Dickey County roads. The work is performed under the direction of the Highway Superintendent.
How To Apply Mail: 213 15th St. N, Ellendale, ND 58436
E-mail: jhagen@nd.gov
In person
Application Deadline 10/31/2019
Link to County or Job Service Listing https://www.ndworkforceconnection.com/altentry.asp?action=jobs&whereto=DETAILS&ordernum=577064&src=VOS