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Position Title:

CLERICAL ASSISTANT III

Department:District Attorney
Salary:$23,814
Apply Until:January 28, 2015
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Job Summary:
Performs a broad range of data gathering and entry for four Assistant District Attorneys, including the Deputy Chief Assistant, in a fast paced environment. Processes and enters all delinquent cases received from Juvenile Court into the database management system. Enters all subpoena information into the appropriate database and verifies service upon appropriate parties. Creates and maintains court calendar. Prepares discovery for defense attorneys for every case. Updates database on a daily basis. Obtains interfiling from caseworkers, such as recommendations, school records, subpoena lists, risk assessments, and legal summaries for entry into database.

Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma, and two years of data entry experience preferably in a legal environment, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must pass security background check. 25 wpm typing. Clerical Testing Required. ALL TESTING MUST BE SCHEDULED AND COMPLETED PRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION.

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Position Title:

COMMUNITY INTERVENTION SPECIALIST

Department:Youth Intercept Program/Victim-Witness Assistance
Salary:$40,000 (Grant funded)
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Program Director of the Youth Intercept Program, provides ongoing case management for victims enrolled in the Youth Intercept Program through comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation, and overall evaluation of individual victim needs. Acts as a liaison between the victim and available community services with the goal of promoting continuity of care and meeting program goals. Has accountability for the enrollment, coordination of care and discharge of all victims.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in a specialized field of work such as social work, health care, or criminal justice, supplemented by a minimum of one (1) year work experience in the delivery of human services and/or case management, specific to the needs and abilities of identified program populations, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Possess good writing skills, and the ability to maintain correspondence with a wide variety of agencies and clients. Must be proficient in interpreting medical and legal documents. Must be knowledgeable in case management principles, procedures, and practices. Must be knowledgeable in crisis intervention principles and practices. Demonstrates competent computer skills, including use of Microsoft Office. Possess ability to present ideas effectively, in both oral and written form. Possess ability to comprehend and follow oral and written directions. Possess ability to negotiate and resolve conflict between dissenting parties. Possess ability to conduct detailed analytical evaluations and studies and prepare related reports and recommendations. Possess knowledge of the Criminal Justice system and/or hospital procedures and processes. Note: During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work as part of a disaster operations team.

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Position Title:

DEPUTY CORRECTIONS OFFICER

Department:Jail ***Updated Copy***
Salary:$31,105 minimum
Apply Until:Continuous
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Job Summary:
Under general supervision, performs law enforcement and public safety work in the custody and security of jail inmates. Position requires close physical contact with inmates and direct contact with the public. Position is one of possible high stress and verbal and/or physical confrontations. Position requires that the candidate should be able to respond to any location within the jail by running. Position requires that the candidate should be able to successfully rescue an unconscious/injured officer by moving them to a safe location. Position also requires lifting (at times heavy). Written reports and mathematical calculations are required. Communication skills are critical to performance of duties. Candidates must be able to follow written and verbal directions, and work different shifts as assigned. Candidates must be able to perform multiple tasks successfully under different degrees of circumstances. The Chatham County Sheriff's Department supervises inmates under the "Direct Supervision" concept. This requires candidates to work under conditions requiring direct contact and supervision of inmates for an entire shift. *Notice: A conditional written agreement is required for this position. Please use this application

Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED (no online high school diplomas), supplemented by three (3) years work experience involving public contact; or equivalent combination of training and experience; ability to complete Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Certification for Jail and Peace Officer. Valid driver's license; must be at least 20 years of age. Physical ability to defend against inmate attack, ability to lift approx 20 lbs.; ability to push loaded carts; ability to climb stairs. Vision requirement must be 20/20 or 20/40 corrected. Effective January 1, 2007, there is a physical agility test that is required by candidates for the position. The agility test requires candidates to run 900 feet and to successfully drag a 160 pound dummy approx. 40 feet. This is a one time entry level test. Special Requirements: Must undergo physical psychological and psychometric tests, observed urinalysis drug screening and background investigation (charges involving drugs or moral turpitude may disqualify candidates), driver's history (a record of numerous traffic infractions or pattern of disregard for traffic laws may disqualify candidates), and credit check. Must be able to successfully complete First Aid and CPR certification as required. Applicants must submit copies of last seven (7) years driver's history for all states candidates possessed a license, birth certificate, high school diploma or GED certificate, social security card, all applicable documentation of relevant training and DD214 long form if applicable, current marriage license and all divorce decrees, and dispositions of any arrests with application to be eligible for testing. ANY INCOMPLETE APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. APPLICANTS MUST BE A US CITIZEN OR NATURALIZED WITH DOCUMENTATION. The Chatham County Sheriff's Department is a SMOKE-FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. Terms of conditional written agreement requires salary reimbursement for voluntary separation within two (2) years of completion of P.O.S.T. Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy.

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Position Title:

ENTOMOLOGY TECHNICIAN

Department:Mosquito Control
Salary:$28,951 - $45,732
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under direction of the Biologist/Entomologist Crew Leader, surveys, identifies, treats and documents mosquito breeding sites in Chatham County. Maintains records, prepares input for reports and evaluates treatment efforts. Collects mosquitoes to perform pesticide susceptibility tests. Performs other duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED equivalent. Some mosquito control experience or related work experience required. Ability to lift and carry approx. 50 lbs., walk long distances over rough terrain and climb fences. Must possess basic computer skills and be able to interact with the public. Must be able to read and use maps. Must be willing to fly in county owned aircraft. Must be able to obtain GA Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s License in Public Health Pest Control within 6 months. Valid Driver's License. MVR Performed. **APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT COPY OF DRIVER'S LICENSE**. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II

Department:Public Works & Park Services – Public Works Division #106
Salary:$25,017 - $39,536
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under direction, operates medium weight motorized equipment in construction, maintenance, or sanitation work. Includes tandems, flatbeds, frail mowers, etc. Performs minor repairs; may supervise small work crew. Performs night and weekend work in emergency situations.

Minimum Qualifications:
High School diploma and two (2) years experience operating motorized equipment of medium weight or one (1) year experience operating the primary equipment of the position; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Ability to perform heavy manual labor in all weather conditions; ability to obtain GA Safety Council Flagger's License within 1 year of application. Employee required to provide and wear approved steel toe protective footwear during normal working hours. Valid Class B Commercial Driver's License required at time of application. Hazardous materials endorsement required within six (6) months of employment. Pre-employment physical and drug screening required. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II

Department:Public Works & Park Services - Solid Waste Division #22
Salary:$25,017 - $39,536
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under direction, operates medium weight motorized equipment in construction, maintenance, or sanitation work. Includes tandems, flatbeds, frail mowers, etc. Performs minor repairs; may supervise small work crew. Performs night and weekend work in emergency situations.

Minimum Qualifications:
High School diploma and two (2) years experience operating motorized equipment of medium weight or one (1) year experience operating the primary equipment of the position; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Ability to perform heavy manual labor in all weather conditions; ability to obtain GA Safety Council Flagger's License within 1 year of application. Employee required to provide and wear approved steel toe protective footwear during normal working hours. Valid Class B Commercial Driver's License required at time of application. Hazardous materials endorsement required within six (6) months of employment. Pre-employment physical and drug screening required. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR IV

Department:Public Works & Park Services
Salary:$30,397 - $48,025
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under general direction, operates a variety of light, medium or heavy weight motorized equipment used in construction, maintenance, or sanitation work. Participates in carpentry projects; performs minor maintenance, adjustments and repairs to equipment; performs herbicide spray application; supervises and trains work crews; works nights and days on 24 hour call out.

Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma, and four (4) years experience in operation of two or more types of heavy motorized equipment, including heavy construction equipment; experience performing minor repairs to equipment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Ability to lift, pull and bend in performance of sustained physical labor. Possession of valid Class A Commercial Driver's License with Air Brakes endorsement, or the ability to obtain a Tanker endorsement and Hazard Material endorsement at time of employment. Pre-employment drug screening required and DOT physical. Employee required to provide and wear approved steel toe protective footwear during normal working hours. On critical work force. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST III (Employee Relations Administrator)

Department:Human Resources (Talent Management Team)
Salary:$47,143 - $74,485
Apply Until: February 11, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under general direction, administers Chatham County’s employee relations activities, including performance management, disciplinary issues, grievances, disciplinary appeals, employee recognition, and related issues. Assists managers and employees with resolving workplace conflicts and performance issues. Provides guidance to managers on appropriate performance improvement and disciplinary actions. Conducts investigations of allegations of misconduct and harassment. Administers the County’s employee grievance and disciplinary appeals procedures. Creates and presents training programs designed to improve performance, interpersonal relations, and employee engagement. Develops, coordinates, and implements employee recognition programs and other activities to enhance employee morale. Maintains the highest level of confidentiality in performing duties.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Public or Business Administration or closely related field, supplemented by four (4) years of experience in employee relations, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Considerable knowledge of applicable employment-related laws and regulations required. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Requires ability to use independent judgment and discretion, and ability to resolve complex problems. Ability to develop effective working relationships with employees and managers at all levels of the organization required. PHR, SPHR or equivalent certification desired. Valid driver’s license required. Note: During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work as part of a disaster operations team.

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Position Title:

INDIGENT DEFENSE UNIT SPECIALIST

Department:Indigent Defense Unit/ Superior & State Court Administration
Salary:$33,494 - $52,920
Apply Until:January 28, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under supervision of the Indigent Defense Unit Coordinator, answers all incoming phone calls to the department. Interacts with general public and answers questions in a courteous and timely manner. Communicates and coordinates regularly with appropriate others to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of intradepartmental and interdepartmental operations and activities. Keeps immediate supervisor and appointed attorneys accurately informed concerning work progress, including present and potential work problems and suggestions for new or improved ways of addressing such problems. Verifies criminal defendants’ personal information to determine eligibility according to established guidelines. Provides qualifying defendants with the name and contact information of their appointed attorney. Responds to requests and complaints from defendants regarding appointed attorneys. Communicates case appointments and upcoming court dates to attorneys in a timely fashion. Generates and distributes vouchers for attorney appointments. Verifies accuracy of completed attorney vouchers and submits same to Finance Department for payment. Attends meetings and training sessions to remain current on principles, practices and new developments in assigned work areas. Performs other directly related duties consistent with the role and function of the position.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a closely related field with some investigative and/or law enforcement experience or any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Must possess substantial knowledge of the criminal justice system, courts, applicable laws and regulations and investigative procedures. Must possess the ability to work effectively with a wide variety of individuals. Must possess effective oral and written communication skills. Possess the ability to exercise sound, independent judgment in the performance of job duties. Possess the ability to effectively explain criminal justice procedures to the general public. Must possess the ability to perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines. Must possess the ability and willingness to learn quickly and apply newly acquired skills to assigned tasks. Must possess integrity, ingenuity and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks. Possess valid driver’s license. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

LIFEGUARD (Part Time)

Department:Aquatic Center #6
Salary:$8.00/Hourly (Minimum Starting Pay Rate)
Apply Until:Continuous
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Job Summary:
Under general supervision, monitors the behavior and activity of patrons in the pool; provides a safe environment for swimming, enforces rules and guidelines of the Aquatic Center. Responds to emergency situations in a timely manner. Provides instruction to members. Participates in in-service training. Maintains daily logs. Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of sixteen (16) years of age. No previous lifeguard experience necessary. Lifeguards must take and pass the StarGuard Training Course. Must be willing to learn and adhere to all related guidelines, rules and regulations and required training. Possess ability to provide instruction/training to patrons. Must be able to maintain good customer and employee relations. Must possess valid Georgia Driver’s License.

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Position Title:

LIFEGUARD (Part Time)

Department:Aquatic Center #6
Salary:$10.00 / Hourly (Minimum Starting Pay Rate)
Apply Until:Continuous
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Job Summary:
Under general supervision, monitors the behavior and activity of patrons in the pool; provides a safe environment for swimming, enforces rules and guidelines of the Aquatic Center. Responds to emergency situations in a timely manner. Provides instruction to members. Participates in in-service training. Maintains daily logs. Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of sixteen (16) years of age. No previous lifeguard experience necessary. Lifeguards must take and pass the StarGuard Training Course. Must be willing to learn and adhere to all related guidelines, rules and regulations and required training. Possess ability to provide instruction/training to patrons. Must be able to maintain good customer and employee relations.

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Position Title:

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR I

Department:Public Works & Park Services (Recreation Division)
Salary:$31,918 - $50,418
Apply Until:February 4, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under supervision of assigned Maintenance Superintendent, performs as a working leader providing daily supervision of work crews performing construction, maintenance or drainage work. Assists supervisor in monitoring work progress, instruction and training crew members. Includes night and weekend work in emergency situations.

Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED, supplemented by two (2) years experience in construction and/or maintenance work, including supervisory experience, experience in ground and turf management, and experience operating medium and heavy equipment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. Possess ability to obtain a Georgia Commercial Pesticide License in Ornamentals and Turf within six (6) months of employment. Must possess of valid GA driver's license. Employee required to provide and wear approved steel toe protective footwear during normal working hours. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

QUALITY CONTROL/MAPPING ADMINISTRATOR

Department:Board of Assessors
Salary:$54,552 - $86,183
Apply Until:January 28, 2015
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Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Chief Appraiser or designee, performs professional, technical, and analytical work in the development, implementation and quality control of a variety of computer related functions and systems within the Board of Assessors office, ensuring the effective maintenance and efficient performance of all Board of Assessors mapping and related computer systems. Provides functional support, coordination and supervision relating to the quality control of computer information systems, and computer generated reports and data, including technical and geographical information systems within an assigned County department or division. Serves as the department liaison between the Board of Assessors and the ICS Department for problem resolution.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Business or related field, supplemented by three (3) years systems programming and analysis experience, including responsibility for project management and developing and monitoring systems project plans; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Knowledge of mass property appraisal process. Must be able to utilize computer software and systems applicable to the area of assignment, including but not limited to MS SQL Server Management Studio, ARC/INFO, SDE, SharePoint Administration, and CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) software. Valid Driver’s License required. Requires possession of State of Georgia Appraiser IV Certification within two (2) years of employment. Special Requirements: Upon voluntary termination of employment of less than 12 months of service, employee must reimburse the Board of Assessors for training and testing expenses. Candidate will be subject to a 12 month probationary period. Please Note: Every County employee is subject to work during disaster operations. During emergencies and disasters affecting Chatham County, you may be required to report to work.

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Position Title:

SWIM LESSON INSTRUCTOR (Part Time)

Department:Aquatic Center
Salary:$ 8.00 / Hourly (Minimum Starting Pay Rate)
Apply Until:Continuous
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Job Summary:
Under supervision of the Program Coordinator, prepares lesson plans and provides swimming instruction to students according to curriculum for the various courses, levels and ages. Must arrive fifteen minutes prior to class and clean equipment up after class. Monitors and maintains records of student progress. Maintains equipments assuring proper working order. Participates in in-service training. Handles complaints in a timely manner. Performs other related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
Minimum of sixteen (16) years of age. Instructors must take and pass the StarFish Swim School Instructor Course. Position requires certification in First Aid and CPR training. Must be willing to learn and adhere to all related guidelines, rules and regulations and required training. Possess ability to provide instruction/training to patrons. Must be able to maintain good customer and employee relations.

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