JOB OPENINGS

 

Dispatcher
Department: Sheriff
Salary Range: $19.06 DOE
Closing Date: October 31, 2021
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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Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
Department: Engineer - Public Works
Salary Range: Starting at $21.18
Closing Date: April 30, 2022
Contact: Darryl Johnson
Phone: 2083130245
Email: djohnson@co.teton.id.us

The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform and manage custodial and building maintenance and repair of public buildings and operational systems including HVAC heating and cooling systems, fire alarms and pulls, fire sprinkler systems, and security camera and door systems. The position supervises a regular custodian position and contractors/vendors as needed. The position reports to the Public Works Director but work is completed independently. 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:
• General trade repair and maintenance needs, methods, materials, tools and standard practices of cleaning and maintaining public buildings;
• Effective supervisory techniques and methods;
• 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:
• Oversee, manage, operate, maintain and perform repairs to facilities systems and grounds;
• 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 and assign and supervise the work of others;
• Respond after hours as needed for emergency calls;
• 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;

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Law Enforcement Center IT Technician
Department: Information Technology
Salary Range: $21.18 - $22.24
Closing Date: January 01, 2022
Contact: Greg Adams
Phone: 208-354-2703
Email: gadams@co.teton.id.us

Classification Summary
This position performs a variety of technical duties relating to the installation, operation and maintenance of the countywide computer system, including hardware and software. The position reports to the IT Director. Considerable latitude is allowed for independent judgment and initiative. The principal duties of the position are performed in a general office environment. This position plays a key role in the responsibility for the security of IT systems for the County. This involves preparing and hardening all infrastructure, employee training and response to any potential breeches.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Responsible for all maintenance on IT items for the Law Enforcement Center except printers.
- Responsible for access control and security camera systems for all facilities
- Responsible for installation of workstations in the LEC during the refresh cycle
- Responsible for mobile data systems for Sheriff’s Office vehicles
- Responsible for in-car cameras
- Responsible for body cameras
- Responsible for Dispatch and 911 systems
- Responsible for Public Safety Radio systems
- Performs installation, troubleshooting, and repair of personal computers and a variety of peripherals;
- Ensures and maintains confidentiality and security of all inter and intra communications systems and services.
- Participates in cyber-security issues;
- Maintains an IT asset list, and documents the IT infrastructure.
- Identifies needs in telecommunications and computer related equipment and software; monitors licensing agreements;
- Recommends technical aspect decisions related to infrastructure/network maintenance and enhancements;
- Analyzes, diagnoses, troubleshoots and repairs network and data communication problems;
- Provides supplemental support for department specific applications;
- Establishes and maintains appropriate system documentation, including updates to systems and applications;
- Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with County policies, procedures and safety practices.
- Hardens IT systems.
- Responds to any potential cyber security issues.

Knowledge of:
- Principals and practices of network development implementation and administration
- Various program languages and their appropriate applications
- Various network, telecommunications, phone and Internet technologies and their applications
- Installation, operation and maintenance of various software programs;
- Principles and techniques of system analysis, design and implementation;
- Documentation and record-keeping techniques;
- Computer installation, repair, and troubleshooting;
- Cyber security preparedness and response expertise;
- Backup and restoration techniques;

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Planning Administrator
Department: Board of County Commissioners
Salary Range: $71,739 - $83,054 to start DOE
Closing Date: September 30, 2021
Contact: Amber Pence
Phone: 208-354-8775
Email: apence@co.teton.id.us

The principal function of an employee in this class is to direct and manage the Planning Department. Primary duties include providing professional planning expertise, advice and recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners (Board) and the Planning and Zoning Commission (Commission); providing leadership and articulating long-range goals and direction for the department; preparing long-range plans and ordinance amendments; supervising land use permits and land divisions processing; supervising and processing zoning changes and follow-up; prepare other plans, reports, and special studies; managing staff and related personnel functions; and coordinating with County departments and other local, state and federal agencies. This position is responsible for developing and managing planning and research projects. The Planning Administrator must possess management, planning and public relations skills. The position directly supervises Department staff and prepares, monitors and administers the Department budget. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Board. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment with field work involving inspections and site visits. This job will require attendance at frequent evening meetings.

Competency Requirements:
Knowledge of:
• Principles and practices of planning, zoning and community development;
• Local government operations, policies, procedures, departmental relationships and politics;
• Planning, research, writing and presentation skills;
• Floodplain management principles and flood damage prevention measures including National Flood Insurance Program regulations;
• Financial management, including budget development, business plan development, grant acquisition and administration;
• Effective public presentation and public relations skills;
• Effective conflict resolution and consensus building skills;
• Operation of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and job-related software applications, including but not limited to GIS, Microsoft Office, and Adobe InDesign;
• Principles and practices of effective management, supervision and leadership;
• English grammar, spelling, punctuation, and composition.

Ability to:
• Read, interpret, explain and apply laws, resolutions, ordinances, codes, and contracts related to the functions of the Department;
• Interpret and clearly explain County planning functions, policies, and procedures;
• Prepare, review, and maintain files, records, reports, databases, and correspondence, determining content and follow-up, if required;
• Represent the County and negotiate outcomes desirable to the County;
• Maintain detailed and accurate computerized and hard copy files;
• 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, supervisory personnel, state and local elected officials and the public;
• Prepare accurate and reliable reports, presentations and regulatory documents;
• 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; and document actions;
• Work independently and handle a variety of public interactions or situations with tact and diplomacy;
• Read, interpret and apply laws, resolutions, ordinances, codes, and contracts;
• 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;
• Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with County policies, procedures and safety practices.

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PT Small Farms/Garden Assistant
Department: Extension / 4-H
Salary Range: $17/hr
Closing Date: October 01, 2021
Contact: Jennifer Werlin
Phone: 208-354-2961
Email: jwerlin@uidaho.edu

(See pdf job description for further duties. Please review before applying).

Duties:
General garden maintenance at two teaching sites in Tetonia and Driggs August through growing season (~November 2021): transplanting, pest and disease management, weeding, irrigation, and project management;
keeping accurate records; assisting with administrative activities and facilitation associated with classroom instruction.
Potential for further extended PT employment over the winter and
during 2022 growing season for right candidate (pay rate $17/hr).

This position is a University of Idaho temporary position funded by a USDA-Beginning Farming and Ranching grant through 2022. The employee will work for the University of Idaho, an equal opportunity employee.

Email resume and letter of interest to:
Jennifer Werlin, UI Extension in Teton County, jwerlin@uidaho.edu,
235 S. 5th E., Driggs, ID 83422, 208-354-2961

Requirements:
Ability to work outside, communicate clearly with team, and in office setting;
Ability to provide reliable transportation to work sites located in Teton County, Idaho.

Preferred Qualifications
*Comfortable working with the public (youth and adults) and volunteers.
*Self-motivated and works independently.
*Has completed coursework in Agriculture, Economics, Horticulture, Environmental Science, Food Systems, Food Safety, Agroecology, Education, or other relevant subject areas.
*Has experience answering phones, responding to email, communicating through social media.

*Provide own transportation, University will follow applicable policies if personal vehicle is used, which may include reimbursement at a pre-established mileage rate.
*Possess a valid driver’s license and be able to meet the University’s driving requirements.

Physical Requirements & Working Conditions
Support includes:
*Program supplies
*A positive learning experience with strong, engaged mentors
*Use of a computer

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Staff Engineer
Department: Engineer - Public Works
Salary Range: $26.62 - $30.82 DOE
Closing Date: December 31, 2021
Contact: Darryl Johnson
Phone: 208-354-0245
Email: djohnson@co.teton.id.us

The Staff Engineer supports the operations of the County Engineering Department. This is a technical job to provide engineering design and drafting for public works capital improvement projects. The job includes engineering design, technical mapping and drafting responsibilities, data collection, analysis and technical reporting, permit application review, assisting with land surveys, and conducting on-site supervision of County construction projects. The position reports to the Public Works Director but work is completed independently; leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative in carrying out the duties of the job.

Acceptable Experience and Training
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from a four year accredited college or university; and
• At least one year professional engineering experience; and
• At least one year experience using AutoCAD Civil 3D

Specialized Licenses or Certifications:
• Engineer in Training (EIT) certification issued by Idaho State Board of Registration for
Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors
• ASFPM Certified Floodplain Manager
• Valid Idaho Driver’s License

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