JOB OPENINGS

 

4-H AmeriCorps Youth Development Instructor
Department: Extension / 4-H
Salary Range: Living Stipend: $4,235 and Education Award $1,678
Closing Date: May 01, 2022
Contact: Jennifer Werlin, UI Extension Educator
Phone: 208-354-2961
Email: jwerlin@uidaho.edu

This is a temporary summer 3-month full-time AmeriCorps position in partnership between Teton County and University of Idaho Extension and 4-H.

Overview of Position:
Increase academic interest and engagement in STEAM subjects and improve social-emotional development of underserved youth aged 5-18 yrs through Positive Youth Development out-of-school time programs.

Member Duties & Responsibilities:
AmeriCorps is America’s National Service initiative. Through AmeriCorps, individuals of all ages and backgrounds address the nation's education, public safety, environment, and/or human needs through service. The mission of AmeriCorps includes: getting things done, strengthening communities, encouraging responsibility, and expanding opportunity.
Idaho 4-H AmeriCorps members contribute to this effort by: Teaching, leading, and facilitating youth development curriculum in STEAM based out-of-school time programs; Facilitating family engagement events; Serving as mentors and role models, teaching important life skills, and giving youth positive opportunities to explore the world around them in a fun, engaging, non-formal learning environment; Engaging new volunteers in their local programs to serve as 4-H leaders and event volunteers.

Idaho 4-H AmeriCorps members will also submit regular progress reports and evaluate programs according to instructions, participate in required community service-learning projects and trainings and provide support and development of community partnerships.

Additional duties of this position will include:
• Assists the Extension educator and office staff in organizing 4-H programs and events;
• Works with Teton County School District staff and afterschool program coordinator to conduct S.T.E.A.M. 4-H educational programming;
• Prepares 4-H participants and others for Teton County Fair and Eastern Idaho State Fair;
• Communicate with staff and clientele about 4-H youth programs, fundraising events, and activities;
• Arranges and participates in meetings and workshops;
• Participates as a camp counselor;
• Performs time management and scheduling functions, meets deadlines, and sets project priorities.

Minimum Qualifications & Skill requirements:
• 17 years or older
• U.S. citizen, or U.S. national lawful permanent resident
• Have high school diploma/GED equivalent
• Satisfy the National Service Criminal History Check eligibility criteria
• Commitment to community service and ability to provide service for the complete term
• Ability to maintain professional boundaries with youth, families, partners, and coworkers
• Willingness to attend all AmeriCorps and site trainings
• Willingness to travel to required trainings and days of service
• Outgoing and comfortable working with the public (youth and adults) and volunteers
• Enjoys serving youth
• Self-motivated and team player
• Strong organizational and communication skills working with diverse individuals, government officials, and nonprofit organizations
• Has an interest in youth development, experiential and STEAM education
• Has experience with social media, responding to email, and communicating through UI webpages and Facebook
• Enjoys working in a variety of settings and environments with diverse audiences

Knowledge and ability to:
• Ability and willingness to facilitate STEAM programming and recruit and train volunteers to do the same;
• Plan, oversee, direct, evaluate and coordinate youth programs;
• Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed;
• Operate modern office equipment including a personal computer and job-related software;
• Read, comprehend, use and adapt program materials;
• Serve as a camp counselor, role model and program leader;
• Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing;
• Maintain effective working relationships with other County employees, supervisory personnel, and the public;
• Work independently and perform multiple tasks simultaneously, including handling interruptions, and return to and complete tasks in a timely and professional manner;
• Dedication to interact professionally and maintain a professional appearance;
• Develop creative and effective resolutions to simple and complex problems;
• Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with University of Idaho and Teton County policies, procedures and safety practices.

Program Benefits:
• Flexible schedule
• Member Living Allowance
• Segal Education Award upon successful completion
• Professional development training


Terms:
• The member will average 40 hours per week up to 450 hours over 3 months during the summer
• Must wear required AmeriCorps gear while serving
• Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle, including transportation to and from work locations

Essential Physical Abilities:
o 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;
o Sufficient visual acuity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to comprehend written work instructions, prepare, read, organize and maintain accurate files;
o Sufficient manual dexterity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to operate office equipment;
o 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.
o 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.

Please complete attached pdf document and email to jwerlin@uidaho.edu by May 1, 2021. Applications will be accepted until filled. Early applications encouraged.

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4-H Assistant (Part-time)
Department: Extension / 4-H
Salary Range: Part-Time $15-17 DOE
Closing Date: March 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 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 afterschool programs; communicate with staff and clientele about 4-H programs, afterschool programs, camps, and Teton County Fair; assist with assigned office administration responsibilities for 4-H programs, afterschool 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 Fair Grounds.

The 4-H Assistant is a part-time, temporary position until July 31, with possibility of renewal starting August 1, 2022.

15-20 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 6 week Friday day-camp.

Employed by University of Idaho Extension.

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

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

Essential Duties and Responsibilities (will vary by assignment)
• Assist UI Extension, Teton County 4-H staff in organizing and facilitating 4-H programs, camps, afterschool programming and Teton Valley Fair.
• Assist UI Extension 4-H Staff prepare 4-H participants and others for Teton County Fair.
• Communicate with UI Extension staff and clientele about 4-H programs, afterschool program, camps, and Teton County Fair.
• Participate in meetings and workshops.
• Assist in communication with 4-H leaders, families, volunteers, afterschool staff, Fair Board, and 4-H Leader Council members as needed.
• Facilitate and teach 4-H curriculum to youth participants as assigned in afterschool program and camps.
• Participate as a camp counselor and instructor.
• Respond to and resolve complaints and concerns from citizens about programs, facilities, and policies while keeping all parties informed.
• Perform time management and scheduling functions, meet deadlines, and set project priorities.
• Respond to citizens’ questions and requests in a courteous and timely manner.
• Perform all work duties and activities in accordance with County policies, procedures, and safety practices.
• Ensure compliance with the University of Idaho policy on non-discrimination as stated in the University of Idaho Faculty Staff Handbook, Section 3060. Contribute to University of Idaho Extension and Teton County Extension Affirmative Action and American Disabilities Act Plans.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
• Assist with assigned office management and duties
• Performs other related duties as required.
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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Deputy Information Technology Director/ Chief Info
Department: Information Technology
Salary Range: Pay Grade 10
Closing Date: August 07, 2022
Contact:
Phone:
Email:

This position is the deputy to the department head position to direct, manage and supervise the Information Technology program, activities and operations for the County’s area network; including enterprise application services and database management, network, and systems administration, telecommunications administration, desktop support, system architecture infrastructure services, and web management. The job also 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 all IT systems for the County. This involves preparing and hardening all infrastructure, employee training and response to any potential breaches.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Network management and maintenance
• Project planning and implementation with the IT Director
• Directly responsible for enterprise security
• Directly responsible for database structure, management and maintenance
• Directly responsible for PII inventory and management
• Directly responsible for Active Directory Administration
• Manages and maintains County computer network system and network servers including backups, operating system upgrades, software upgrades, security procedures, and database maintenance;
• 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.
• Plans, directs and implements information technology programs, activities and operations to meet the short- and long-term needs of the County;
• 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.
• Maintains an IT asset list, and documents the IT infrastructure.
• Plans, directs, coordinates and reviews projects requiring outside technology vendors;
• Designs and implements information technology projects such as internet access, wireless networking, and intranet system;
• Identifies needs and recommendations for telecommunications and computer related equipment and software; monitors licensing agreements;
• Recommends technical aspect decisions related to infrastructure/network maintenance and enhancements;
• Designs network plans to meet the needs of future growth and new technology;
• 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.

Other Duties and Responsibilities
• Some work may be required after normal business hours in the event of an emergency.
• Performs other related duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
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
• Principals and practice of project budgeting, municipal budgeting and accounting.
• Installation, operations and maintenance of network hardware, including servers, routers, data switches, print sharing devices, shared drives, wiring; modems, hubs, etc.;
• Installation, operation and maintenance of various software programs;
• Network design, devices, implementation and related networking concepts including principles, practices and technical aspects of networking;
• 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;

Ability to:
• Manage and oversee the operation of the County’s information system program including wide area network administration;
• Serve as a liaison to coordinate individual departments with specific vendors (e.g. Sheriff with ISP, DMV with State DMV, Clerk with Elections, GIS with ESRI, etc.);
• Install, operate and maintain software programs and computer systems;
• Troubleshoot and resolve software and hardware problems;
• Communicate effectively orally and in writing;
• Meet project schedules and timelines;
• Maintain an inventory of computer equipment and meet licensing requirements;
• Document computer processes and procedures and develop countywide computer related policies;
• Understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures and instructions;
• Make sound and reasonable decisions in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and established procedures;
• Maintain confidentiality in all projects and communications;
• Research information and data and prepare reports as necessary;
• Perform multiple tasks simultaneously, including handling interruptions, and return to and complete tasks in a timely manner;
• Work independently while performing a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines;
• Ability to be flexible with hours when time sensitive or critical projects are being implemented and installed, which may require working during non-business hours.

Acceptable Experience and Training
• Associate degree in Computer Science; and
• Three (3) or more years experience in network administration, systems administration or related experience; or
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work.

Special Qualifications
• Comp TIA Network + certification is preferred;
• Comp TIA Security + certification is preferred;
• Previous experience with other County & State software is preferred.

Essential Physical Abilities
• Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to discern verbal instructions and communicate effectively in person and by telephone;
• Sufficient visual acuity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to comprehend written instructions; comprehend and prepare written technical reports, data sheets, user manuals, diagrams, and related information; and troubleshoot and perform repairs on computers;
• Sufficient manual dexterity, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to operate standard office equipment and computer equipment and to make adjustments to computers, tools and equipment;
• Sufficient personal mobility, flexibility, and balance to perform duties that may require bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, and working in confined spaces, to lift at least 30 pounds, and to work in an office environment.

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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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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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Facilities Maintenance Supervisor
Department: Engineer - Public Works
Salary Range: $23.45 to $27.14 DOE
Closing Date: May 31, 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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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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Law Enforcement Center IT Technician
Department: Information Technology
Salary Range: $23.45 - $27.14 DOE
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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Noxious Weed Field Technician
Department: Weeds
Salary Range: $16/ Hour
Closing Date: June 30, 2022
Contact: Devin Wadsworth
Phone: 208-821-0984
Email: dwadsworth@co.teton.id.us

This is a summer seasonal position; estimated hours between 30-40 weekly depending on weather and workload. The Field Tech will perform a wide variety of tasks related to noxious weed control--including mapping and assessing noxious weed infestations, herbicide application on County roads, rights of way, and properties, and perform routine inspections and maintenance of application equipment. The Field Tech will be supervised by the Weed Superintendent, and work within the Public Works Department.

A successful employee will handle difficult and routine interactions with the public professionally and courteously. The Field Tech is expected to work independently in remote and rugged settings, be able to understand and adhere to strict safety standards, follow all applicable pesticide application laws, and accurately perform simple to advanced math to mix and load herbicide. Training and opportunity for pesticide applicator licensing will be provided.

Work is typically performed in four 10-hour shifts Mon-Thurs; anticipated 3 months of work with flexible start and end dates (usually mid-May through mid-August).

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