JOB OPENINGS

 

4-H Assistant (Part-time)
Department: Extension / 4-H
Salary Range: Part-Time $17-18 DOE
Closing Date: October 31, 2022
Contact: Jennifer Werlin
Phone: 208-354-2961
Email: jwerlin@uidaho.edu

Principal function of an employee in this class is to assist University of Idaho Extension, Teton County 4-H staff in organizing 4-H programs, camps, and Teton County Fair. Primary duties include youth instruction, and promoting participation in 4-H, after school programs, camps, and Teton County Fair. The 4-H assistant will encourage parents and leaders, assist UI Extension, Teton County 4-H staff in organizing 4-H programming, after school programs, camps, and Teton County Fair. 4-H assistant will learn assigned program content and requirements; prepare participants and others for Teton County Fair; organize and facilitate camps; assist in 4-H after school programs; communicate with staff and clientele about 4-H programs, after school programs, camps, and Teton County Fair; assist with assigned office administration responsibilities for 4-H programs, after school programs, camps and Teton County Fair. The work is performed under the supervision of the Extension Educator and 4-H Coordinator. The principal duties of this class are performed in an office, indoor and outdoor classroom environments, and Teton County Fairgrounds.

The 4-H Assistant is a part-time, temporary position with an end date of August 31, 2023.

15-19 hrs per week, mostly after school hours (with occasional evenings and weekends for special events). During summer, the 4-H assistant will help lead a Friday day-camp.

Employed by University of Idaho.

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume with 2 references to jwerlin@uidaho.edu. Position open until filled. First round of applications closes October 31, 2022.

Reports to University of Idaho Extension, Teton County Extension Educator and Teton County 4-H Coordinator

Competency Requirements:
Knowledge of:
• Planning, overseeing, directing, and coordinating youth programs and events.
• Public relations skills.
• Organize effective meetings and transcribe meeting minutes.
• Operation of modern office equipment including a personal computer and job-related software.
• Basic website and social media management.
• Using and adapting project materials.
• Record keeping and document management.

Ability to:
• Read, interpret, and explain 4-H programs, policies and procedures.
• Plan, direct, and coordinate youth programs.
• Conduct effective 4-H programs.
• Read, comprehend, use, and adapt program materials.
• Serve as a camp counselor, role model, program leader and educator.
• Provide clerical support and operate modern office equipment.
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Maintain effective working relationships with other County employees, supervisory personnel, and the public.
• Prepare accurate and reliable reports, by maintaining all required files and documentation.
• Perform multiple tasks simultaneously, including handling interruptions, and return to and complete tasks in a timely manner.
• Develop creative and effective resolutions to simple and complex problems.
• Determine priorities and make work assignments; follow-up to ensure desired results.
• Work independently.
• Maintain a professional demeanor during stressful situations.
• Operate standard office equipment and a personal computer including program applications appropriate to assigned duties.
• Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines.
• Maintain individual and transaction confidentiality.
• Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with County policies, procedures, and safety practices.

Acceptable Experience and Training
• High school diploma/GED required with equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this job.
• One (1) to three (3) years related work experience preferred

Essential Physical Abilities
• Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to understand verbal instructions and to communicate effectively on the telephone and in-person.
• Sufficient visual acuity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to comprehend written work instructions, prepare, read, organize, and maintain accurate files.
• Sufficient manual dexterity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to operate office equipment.
• Sufficient personal mobility, flexibility, and balance, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to lift or move objects that weigh up to 30 pounds and work in an office environment.
• Jobs in this class require performing repetitive hand movement in gripping, fingering, and hand/wrist/arm movements. Related job tasks may require walking, standing, sitting, lifting, stooping, squatting, kneeling, bending, crouching, pushing, grasping, and reaching.

Application instructions: Email cover letter, 2 references, and resume to Jennifer Werlin at jwerlin@uidaho.edu. Position open until filled.

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Dispatcher
Department: Sheriff
Salary Range: $24 DOE
Closing Date: May 31, 2022
Contact: Mitch Golden
Phone: 208-354-2323
Email: mgolden@co.teton.id.us

For full job description and application visit:

http://www.tetoncountysheriff.com/dispatcher-job-info.html

JOB DUTIES:
MONITOR AND ANSWERS EMERGENCY, NON-EMERGENCY, AND ADMINISTRATIVE TELEPHONE CALLS AND REQUESTS FOR SERVICE FROM THE GENERAL PUBLIC
USES A 2-WAY RADIO SYSTEM
OPERATES A WIDE RANGE OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS TO ACCESS INFORMATION AND DISPATCH OFFICERS TO EMERGENCY AND NON-EMERGENCY SITUATIONS.
THIS POSITION CONSISTS OF SHIFT WORK (24/7, WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS, ETC.).
WORK IS PERFORMED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE DISPATCH SUPERVISOR OR OTHER COMMAND STAFF.

QUALIFICATIONS:
MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE. ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING INCLUDE GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL OR POSSESSION OF A GED AND ANY EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF EXPERIENCE OR TRAINING WHICH PROVIDED THE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES NECESSARY TO PERFORM REQUIRED DUTIES. MUST POSSESS
AND MAINTAIN A CURRENT IDAHO DRIVER'S LICENSE. MUST APPEAR BEFORE AN ORAL BOARD AND COMPLETE BACKGROUND CHECK A POST CERTIFIED DISPATCHERS ARE PREFERRED, HOWEVER ALL CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED AND MUST BECOME POST CERTIFIED AS A DISPATCHERS WHEN TRAINING IS AVAILABLE.

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Diversion Laborer
Department: Solid Waste & Recycling
Salary Range: Starting Wage $16.00 DOE
Closing Date: December 31, 2022
Contact: Dan O'Donnell, Solid Waste Supervisor
Phone: (208)354-3442
Email: dodonnell@co.teton.id.us

Position Overview
This position is responsible, in part, for screening, sorting and organizing incoming
material for the purpose of diversion from landfilling and improved recycling, reuse or
salvage of diverted materials. This position performs under the supervision of the
Solid Waste Foreman and Solid Waste Supervisor.

Requirements
Knowledge of:
 Hazardous waste rules, regulations and safety practices;
 Identify hazardous material and follow disposal policies;
 Methods and policies necessary to fulfil the essential functions of this position;
 Best practices regarding dressing for exposure to conditions (keeping dry,
warm, cool, hydrated etc.).
Ability to:
 Operate county vehicles;
 Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;

 Maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public;
 Perform work and return to work after interruptions;
 Maintain a professional demeanor during stressful situations.
Licenses and Other Requirements
 Valid Driver’s License

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Equipment Operator - Full Time, Year Round
Department: Road & Bridge
Salary Range: $20.20-23.38 DOE
Closing Date: May 31, 2022
Contact: Mike Beard
Phone: 208.354.2932
Email: mbeard@co.teton.id.us

Equipment Operators perform skilled maintenance and construction work on County roads, bridges, and rights-of-ways to ensure the safety of the general public. The Equipment Operator primarily operates heavy equipment including snow removal equipment. The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Road and Bridge Supervisor with some latitude for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The principal duties of this class are performed in an outdoor environment and may include working in adverse weather conditions and hazards involving the use of heavy equipment and power tools. This position is on-call during winter months for snow removal.

Competency Requirements

Knowledge of:
• Methods, materials, procedures, and standard practices of road, bridge, and right-of-way maintenance and construction, including concrete and asphalt repair, removal, and replacement;
• Methods, materials, procedures, and standard practices of snow removal, sanding, and de-icing;
• Heavy and construction equipment operation and maintenance;
• Equipment and tool operation and maintenance practices;
• Federal regulations and County policies regarding safe work practices relating to use of heavy equipment, power tools, and trench and confined workplace safety.

Ability to:
• Operate heavy equipment, including but not limited to, dozers, graders, loaders, trucks, backhoes, track hoes, loaders, chip spreader, rollers, pavers, snow plows, general vehicles and maintenance equipment;
• Perform heavy, manual labor in the construction and maintenance of roads and bridges;
• Operate a variety of hand tools and power tools, including but not limited to, sledges, hammers, picks, air compressors, welders, chainsaws, air hammers, jacks, and related equipment;
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
• Deal with all parties in all situations in a forthright, diplomatic and confidential manner;
• Maintain effective working relationships with other County employees, contractors, developers, state and local elected officials and the public;
• Perform multiple tasks simultaneously, including handling interruptions, and return to and complete tasks in a timely manner;
• Develop creative and effective resolutions to simple and complex problems;
• Work independently and handle a variety of public interactions or situations with tact and diplomacy;
• Read and adhere to Federal regulations and County policies regarding safe work practices relating to use of heavy equipment, power tools, and trench and confined workplace safety;
• Respond courteously to customer inquiries, which are sometimes controversial or adversarial;
• Maintain a professional demeanor during stressful situations;
• Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time- sensitive deadlines;
• Maintain individual and transaction confidentiality;
• Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with County policies, procedures and safety practices.

Acceptable Experience and Training

• High School Diploma or GED; and
• One year’s experience operating heavy equipment is preferred; or
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this job.

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Executive Director, Joint Housing Authority
Department: Housing Authority Commission
Salary Range: $73,174-$84,718 DOE
Closing Date: May 14, 2022
Contact: Doug Self
Phone: 208-354-2362
Email: dself@driggsidaho.org

The Executive Director provides leadership, technical expertise and administration services under the general direction of the Teton County Joint Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners and is responsible for developing and implementing programs and projects to meet the Authority’s adopted housing goals, while facilitating strategic planning and managing the day-to-day operations of the organization.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree in public administration, housing, urban or regional planning, business administration or similar field and four (4) years of government or nonprofit experience, including in a leadership position; or a Master’s degree with at least (2) years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training.
Licenses/Certification(s):
Valid Idaho Driver’s License is required.

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Facility Maintenance Worker
Department: Engineer - Public Works
Salary Range: Starting at $18.88-21.85 DOE
Closing Date: July 31, 2022
Contact: Darryl Johnson
Phone: 208.313.0245
Email: djohnson@co.teton.id.us

The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform routine custodial and cleaning tasks of public buildings. Additionally, an employee in this class may be assigned to other maintenance duties in County facilities including minor repair jobs as they pertain to general maintenance and upkeep of County buildings. The position may be full-time or part-time and could be assigned day or night shift work. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Facility Maintenance Supervisor. The principal duties of this class are performed indoors and outdoors in all weather conditions in a public building environment and include use of electrically powered cleaning equipment and cleaning substances that may involve related hazards. This position is on-call for after hours emergencies and winter snow removal.

Competency Requirements

Knowledge of:

● Methods, materials, tools and standard practices of cleaning and maintaining public buildings;
● Preparation, use, and disposal of chemical cleaning agents;
● Appropriate use of cleaning agent for varied surface types;
● Safety procedures when cleaning and moving furniture.

Ability to:
● Follow written and oral instructions;
● Operate, maintain and perform minor repairs to powered custodial and facility maintenance equipment;
● Operate cleaning equipment and tools used in custodial and facility maintenance work;
● Organize and oversee preventative maintenance schedules and reports for mechanical rooms and general facility maintenance;
● Work independently and manage own work schedule to complete tasks;
● Maintain a flexible working schedule including being on call for snow removal during winter months;
● Develop and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, fellow employees, community groups, elected officials, vendors and service representatives and the general public;
● Effectively perform routine maintenance on equipment and determine when and what kind of maintenance is needed;

Acceptable Experience and Training

● High school diploma or GED equivalency is preferred, basic reading and math abilities are required; and
● Two or more years’ experience in performing skills maintenance or janitorial tasks; or
● Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the duties of the job.

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GIS Analyst
Department: GIS (Geographic Information Systems) - Mapping
Salary Range: 22/hr - 26/hr
Closing Date: December 31, 2022
Contact: Dan Reyes
Phone: (208) 354-8775
Email: dreyes@co.teton.id.us

THIS IS TETON COUNTY
Beautiful mountains, a close-knit community, and a workplace that cares individually about you are just a few of the advantages of forwarding your career at Teton County. In fact, our Vision is "Cultivating Community to Enrich Lives." So, if you would like to be part of a group of people who care about this Vision, and you want to positively impact a community and its people, please keep reading!
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
We are looking for that person who knows how to pronounce "spatial analysis," and actually knows what it means. We are looking for someone who channels their inner Lewis and Clark or Sacagawea and gets excited to map County infrastructure, gather and edit GIS data, and help address community challenges. If your internal compass points true north, then we have a position for you!

Here is some experience and skills we are looking for:
• Bachelor’s degree in GIS, Geography, Urban Planning or related field; and,
• Two (2) years previous GIS-specific work and knowledge of the community is preferred; and,
• GIS Certificate; or,
• Any equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work.
• Must have a solid working knowledge of ArcGIS Desktop and/or ArcGIS Pro, and ArcGIS Online applications. Knowledge of ArcGIS Modelbuilder, Python, Arcade or other GIS-related coding languages a plus.
• Good cartographic design skills.
• Experience with addressing and parcel mapping is plus.
THE OPPORTUNITY: GIS Analyst
The GIS Analyst position offers lots of waypoints that lead to your career happiness. Here are a few opportunities waiting for you:
• Responsible for the research, collection, translation, creation, and maintenance of data within multiple spatial databases, for use in the production and modification of a variety of digital and hard copy Geographic Information System (GIS) information products.
• Maps County and City infrastructure and archives infrastructure data.
• Creates, checks, refines, merges and analyzes data layers, charts, graphs and maps that support countywide initiatives.
• Coordinates database development activities at the County and City level.
• Gathers and edits GIS data.
• Performs complex statistical and spatial analysis associated with GIS and mapping responsibilities.
• Assists the GIS Manager with a variety of community initiatives.
• Provides customer service the Teton County way!
This position reports to the GIS Manager/Community Projects Coordinator.

THE REWARDS
• A thriving workplace where what YOU do matters
• Professional growth and training
• Alternative work schedules that meet our citizens’ needs and your lifestyle
• Idaho PERSI pension so you can enjoy retirement
• Robust health and dental insurance
• 13 days of Paid Time Off, 12 holidays, and sick leave days
• A pay range of 22$ to 25$ based on what you bring to the County
• Lots of potlucks, incredible mountain views, and a workday that is meaningful

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Probation Officer
Department: Sheriff
Salary Range: Pay Grade: 7
Closing Date: October 31, 2022
Contact: Renee Leidorf
Phone: 208-354-3862
Email: jpo@co.teton.id.us

The principal function of an employee in this class is to supervise court-ordered probation of
juveniles and/or adults. The work includes performing preliminary and ongoing case management
functions and preparing and processing support documentation for professional recommendations to
the Court. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Chief Probation Officer and
general direction is given by County Commissioners and the Municipal Court Judge. The principal
duties of this class are performed in a general office environment; on-call assignments, travel, and
field and home visits are a required part of this job.

Competency Requirements:
Knowledge of:
● Court processes and procedures; legal terminology;
● Interviewing techniques;
● Laws governing probation compliance and sanctions;
● Interpersonal communications and public relations;
● Judicial and criminal justice system processes;
● Problem-solving, planning, and goal-setting techniques.
Ability to:
● Develop effective working relationships with clients, court officials, resource agencies,
agitated/aggressive people, County employees, and the public;
● Communicate effectively with people of all ages and backgrounds;
● Diffuse angry and upset or aggressive individuals;
● Direct and maintain confidentiality in managing sensitive legal issues and cases;
● Understand, interpret and apply laws, resolutions, ordinances, codes, and contracts;
● Use appropriate independent judgment to interpret data and information regarding the
disposition of defendants in a court setting and assess risk to the public.
● Communicate Court procedures and legal terminology verbally and in writing in clear,
understandable terms to audiences of varying sophistication and knowledge of the legal system.
● Communicate effectively verbally and in writing to audiences of social, cultural, ethnic,
educational, and economic backgrounds.
● Prepare accurate and complete written informational documents regarding the status of
defendants along with reasonable recommendations.
● Operate a variety of standard office equipment;
● Respond to citizen requests in a courteous manner;
● Understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures, and instructions;
● Make sound and reasonable decisions by following laws, ordinances, regulations, and
established procedures;
● Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure
of time-sensitive deadlines;
● Integrity, ingenuity, and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks.

Minimum Experience and Training
● High school diploma or equivalent.
● Must possess a valid Idaho Driver’s license
● Must meet IDAPA and POST Certification
● Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and
abilities necessary to perform the duties of this job.

Preferred Qualifications
● Bachelor’s degree with a major in social sciences, psychology, criminal justice, or related field
● Previous related work experience
● Bilingual in English and Spanish
Essential Physical Abilities
● Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities, with or without
reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to communicate effectively;
● Sufficient vision or other powers of observation, with or without reasonable accommodation,
which permits the employee to prepare, process, and maintain various court-ordered documents
and reports and monitor client compliance;
● Mental application utilizes memory for details, emotional stability, discriminating thinking, and
guided problem-solving;
● Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the
employee to operate computer equipment and other office equipment;
● Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without reasonable accommodation,
so the employee can work in an office setting and travel to various sites for client contact or
compliance. The employee may occasionally be exposed to agitated/aggressive people where
physical self-defense is necessary.
● Sufficient personal mobility, agility, and flexibility, with or without reasonable accommodation,
so that the employee can stand or sit for long periods of time, move between work stations, lift
up to 50 pounds, and work in a communications center environment.
● Jobs in this class require performing repetitive hand movements in gripping, fingering, and
hand/wrist/arm movements. Related job tasks may require walking, standing, sitting, lifting,
stooping, squatting, kneeling, bending, crouching, pushing, grasping, and reaching.

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PT Deputy Clerk
Department: Clerk, Auditor, Recorder
Salary Range: $20.20 -23.38
Closing Date: November 26, 2022
Contact: Kim Keeley
Phone: 2083548771
Email: kkeeley@co.teton.id.us

This position performs a variety of technical, administrative, legal, and clerical duties involved in the recording and processing of the County’s records. Primary responsibilities include issuing Marriage Licenses, Passports, data entry for AP/AR, election work, and recording. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Deputy Clerk and/or County Clerk with latitude allowed for independent judgment and initiative, within established guidelines and legal procedures.

Click link below for more info or call for a detailed job description!

Acceptable Experience and Training

● High school diploma or GED equivalency; and
● Two (2) years administrative, clerical or secretarial experience, with at least one year Clerk’s office experience preferred, or
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the duties of the job.

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Solid Waste Weigh Master, Temporary
Department: Solid Waste & Recycling
Salary Range: $18.88 DOE
Closing Date: December 31, 2022
Contact: Dan O'Donnell, Solid Waste Supervisor
Phone: 208-354-3442
Email: dodonnell@co.teton.id.us

Teton County Solid Waste is in need of an individual to fill the position of Weighmaster. This is a temporary opening starting November 15 2022 to February 21 2023. This is a full-time 40-hour a week position. The temporary position does not include benefits or insurance.

The principal function of an employee filling this position will be to weigh vehicles according to State laws, perform initial screen of loads for prohibited materials and collect fees; provide clerical and administrative support for the Solid Waste division; perform data entry and provide effective customer service.

The principal duties of this class are performed in a scale house and general outdoor environment, exposing the employee to hazardous working conditions and inclement weather.

Open until filled.

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Weeds Superintendent
Department: Weeds
Salary Range: $25-$29hr
Closing Date: January 01, 2023
Contact: Dan Reyes
Phone: (208) 354-8775
Email: dreyes@co.teton.id.us

Job Announcement
THIS IS TETON COUNTY

Beautiful mountains, a close-knit community, and a workplace that cares individually about you are just a few of the advantages of forwarding your career at Teton County. In fact, our Vision is "Cultivating Community to Enrich Lives." So, if you would like to be part of a group of people who care about this Vision, and you want to positively impact a community and its people, please keep reading!

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Can you spot a weed from a mile away? Do you like to be outside? Do you like to give nature a hand by eliminating noxious weeds and replacing them with a beautiful alternative? Then, we want to talk to you!

Here is some experience and skills we are looking for:
• Bachelor’s degree in related field (Weed Science, Biology, Botany, Agriculture, Range Management, Natural Resources) is preferred; and
• Experience conducting original research with a firm understanding of how to design a scientifically sound study and collect and analyze data is preferred; and
• Ability to obtain a Professional Applicator’s License in appropriate categories within six (6) months of employment, with a current license preferred; or
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the duties of this job.

THE OPPORTUNITY
The Weeds Superintendent/Vegetation Management Specialist role is extremely important to Teton County. Here are just a few of the opportunities waiting for you:
• Oversees the County’s Weed Control Program.
• Inspects, documents, and maps noxious weed infestations and treatment data.

• Develops restoration seeding/management plans.
• Directs and oversees seasonal staff and/or contractors in weed control implementation.
• Organizes and executes public outreach efforts related to invasive species and collaborate with all County departments on vegetation management plans and programs.
• Provides customer service the Teton County way!
This position reports to the Public Works Director.
THE REWARDS

• A thriving workplace where what YOU do matters
• Professional growth and training
• Alternative work schedules that meet our citizens’ needs and your lifestyle
• Idaho PERSI pension so you can enjoy retirement
• Robust health and dental insurance
• 13 days of Paid Time Off, 12 holidays, and sick leave days
• A pay range of $25 to $29 based on what you bring to the County
• Lots of potlucks, incredible mountain views, and a workday that is meaningful

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