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OKANOGAN COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES

Okanogan County Grainger Administration Building

123 Fifth Avenue North #150, Okanogan, WA 98840

 (509) 422-7169 - FAX (509) 422-7365

Okanogan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

LAW ENFORCEMENT POSITIONS

(CIVIL SERVICE)

Sheriff Deputy, Corrections Officer and 911 Dispatcher

** IN-HOUSE PROMOTIONAL JOB ANNOUNCEMENT **
Field Deputy Sergeant

*** Now Recruiting for Entry Level and Lateral Corrections Officers ***

If you are interested in applying for a Deputy Sheriff, Corrections Officer or Communications Officer/Dispatcher, please visit the Public Safety Testing website at http://www.publicsafetytesting.com/ to complete your application online and select the testing date and/or location most convenient for you. If you have any questions, please contact Public Safety Testing at 1-866-447-3911 (toll free).

If you are interested in a Lateral position, please complete a Personal History Statement, attaching a letter of intent, resume and all current certifications including academy dates of completion and send to Debi Hilts – Civil Service Examiner/Secretary or call 509-422-7169.

For more information and complete job descriptions, please visit the Civil Service web page.



Chief Civil Deputy Prosecutor

Okanogan County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

The Okanogan County Prosecutor's Office has an opening for chief civil deputy prosecutor. Responsibilities for this position include: providing legal advice to county officials, representing the County in civil suits, attending meetings with the Board of County Commissioners, providing counsel on civil matters and in administrative hearings, coordinating with Risk Management in investigating incidents involving county liability, reviewing and approving records requests, and tracking legal and policy issues of importance to the County.

Okanogan County offers a rural lifestyle with abundant outdoor recreational activities such as fishing, hiking, river rafting and camping opportunities nearby.

Minimum qualifications include graduation from an accredited law school, licensed by the Washington State Bar Association, and a valid Washington State driver’s license. Civil experience is preferred. The monthly salary range for this position is $6,527 to $7,754, plus benefits.

To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume to:
Branden Platter
Okanogan County Prosecutor
P.O. Box 1130
Okanogan, WA 98840
Fax: (509)422-7290
Email: Shauna Field

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. This position will remain open until filled. EOE



District Court Deputy Prosecutor

Okanogan County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

The Okanogan County Prosecutor's Office has an opening for a deputy prosecutor in the district court division. Responsibilities of this position include prosecuting misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases, screening referrals, advising and training law enforcement, and covering preliminary appearances on felony arrests.

Okanogan County offers a rural lifestyle with abundant outdoor recreational activities such as fishing, hiking, river rafting and camping opportunities nearby.

Minimum qualifications include graduation from an accredited law school, licensed by the Washington State Bar Association, and a valid Washington State driver’s license. District Court experience is preferred but not required. The monthly salary range for this position is $4,364 to $5,304.

To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume to:
Branden Platter
Okanogan County Prosecutor
P.O. Box 1130
Okanogan, WA 98840
Fax: (509)422-7290
Email: Shauna Field

Applications will be reviewed as they are received. This position will remain open until filled. EOE



Solid Waste Manager

Okanogan County Department of Public Works - Solid Waste Division

Okanogan County Public Works is recruiting for the position of Solid Waste Manager. This position directs, manages, supervises and coordinates all programs, daily activities and operation of the Solid Waste Division. The Solid Waste Division consists of a subtitle D landfill, including a recycle center and moderate risk waste facility at the central landfill, as well as the Twisp, Ellisforde and Bridgeport transfer stations.

Responsibilities include developing and monitoring the Solid Waste budget and the Solid Waste Closure Fund; seeking, applying for, monitoring, and reporting DOE grant funds; overseeing capital improvement projects; managing general maintenance, repairs and upgrades; supervising the Solid Waste Division staff; maintaining compliance with local, state and federal regulations; developing, implementing and overseeing operating policies and procedures; providing complex administrative support to the Public Works department heads and the Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC), and supervising employees assigned to the Solid Waste Division. (Click on the underlined job title for a complete position description).

This is an FLSA exempt union position reporting to the Public Works Administrative Officer. Salary range is $4,030 to $4,898 depending on qualifications.

Qualifications

To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest, resume, and a completed Public Works Application for employment with supplement to Okanogan County Human Resources at 123 5th Ave N., Room 139, Okanogan, WA 98840

First review is July 31, 2017. Position is open until filled - EOE



Full-Time Fleet Mechanic

Okanogan County Public Works

Okanogan County Department of Public Works is accepting applications until August 14, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. for a FT Fleet Mechanic based out of the Okanogan County Shop.

The Mechanic position performs a wide variety of maintenance and repair functions on gasoline and diesel powered vehicles as well as specialized maintenance equipment in the main County shop or in the field as necessary. Also, must be able to function diagnostics equipment and welding.

Starting wage is $17.37 an hour with a 5% increase for the 1st five years. Entry salary DOE. The position offers all-inclusive county paid family medical, vision, dental, sick leave and vacation. The position is represented by Teamsters Local Union No. 760 and is retirement eligible through the Public Employees Retirement System. Applicants must possess a Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License, current medical card, and a flagging card.

To Apply: Submit a completed Okanogan County Application for Employment and Supplemental to Debi Hilts Human Resource Coordinator at 123 5th Ave., Room 139, Okanogan, WA 98840.  This Position is open until filled.  For more information, contact/email Debi Hilts - Human Resources at (509) 422-7169



Transport Officer

Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services

The Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services is now accepting applications for the position of Transport Officer. This part-time position pays $11.56 per hour. No benefits.

Required Qualifications:

Job Responsibilities:

To Apply: Please refer to the Application Packet for detailed instructions and submit all required documents including a Okanogan County Application for Employment, Addendum to Employment, job description, resume, and letter of interest. First review will be Friday, March 18th, 2016. Submit all paperwork to the Okanogan County Juvenile Department, P.O. Box 432, Okanogan, WA 98840 Attn: Sabrena Smith. Position is open until filled; interviews may start as soon as applications are received. Click on the underlined document titles to view/download.



Functional Family Therapist

Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services

The Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services is now accepting applications for Functional Family Therapy Program Coordinator.  Starting salary is $3,123 per month plus benefits.

This is a professional level position providing counseling services for the Superior Court and the Department of Juvenile and Family Services in the areas of Functional Family therapy (FFT).  FFT is a nationally recognized, evidence-based program for at-risk youth ages 11 to 18 and their families.  FFT therapists provide, at a minimum, weekly home-based family therapy sessions over a three to four month period and utilize the Functional Family Therapy model.

Minimum Qualifications (see job description for complete list):

To Apply: Please refer to the Application Packet for detailed instructions and submit all required documents including a Okanogan County Application for Employment, Addendum to Employment, Job Description, resume, and letter of interest. A Statement of Fitness is not required for this job position. Submit all paperwork to the Okanogan County Juvenile Department, P.O. Box 432, Okanogan, WA 98840 Attn: Dennis T. Rabidou. Position is open until filled. Click on the underlined document titles to download.



Juvenile Corrections Officer

Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services

PART-TIME

The Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services is now accepting applications for the position of part-time Juvenile Corrections Officer.

This is a professional level position providing correctional services and security within the Juvenile Corrections Center.  The Juvenile Corrections Officer is responsible for the overall day to day care, safety, security and correctional programming of an incarcerated population of juveniles and the documentation, maintenance and security of records.  This position requires the employee to work irregular hours and shifts. 
(Click on the underlined job title for a complete job description.)

Minimum Qualifications (see job description for complete list):

To Apply: Please refer to the Application Packet for detailed instructions and submit all required documents including a Okanogan County Application for Employment, Addendum to Employment, Physical Fitness Ability Testing Waiver and Release Form, Job Description and resume. Submit all paperwork to the Okanogan County Juvenile Department, P.O. Box 432, Okanogan, WA 98840 Attn: Mike Beaver. Position open until filled.  (Click on the underlined document titles to download.)



Chemical Dependency Counselor/Professional

Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services

The Okanogan County Department of Juvenile and Family Services is now accepting applications for Chemical Dependency Counselor/Professional. Starting salary is $3,123 per month plus benefits.

This is a professional level position providing counseling services for the Superior Court and the Department of Juvenile and Family Services. The qualified counselor provides information, counseling, educational therapy, assessments, referrals, and discharge services. The employee will be assigned to work within the following areas: Inpatient, Outpatient/Aftercare or Assessments/CDART program/ Special Programs.
(Click on the underlined job title for a complete job description.)

Minimum Qualifications (see job description for complete list):

To Apply: Please refer to the Application Packet for detailed instructions and submit all required documents including a Okanogan County Application for Employment, Addendum to Employment, Job Description, resume, and letter of interest. A Statement of Fitness is not required for this job position. Submit all paperwork to the Okanogan County Juvenile Department, P.O. Box 432, Okanogan, WA 98840 Attn: Dennis Rabidou. Position is open until filled; interviews may start as soon as applications are received. Click on the underlined document titles to download.



Okanogan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer