|Robert E. Lee||Presiding Officer, District email@example.com|
|Douglas D. Martens||District firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ed Joiner||District email@example.com|
|Sarah Kisman||Administrative Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
labelFAIRGROUNDS SEASONAL WORKER
Applications are being accepted for Rosebud County Fairgrounds Seasonal Workers.
Under direct supervision, successful candidates will perform tasks in the upkeep and maintenance of the fairgrounds. Must possess a Montana Driver’s License. Must demonstrate a willingness to be trained to operate various types of equipment at the fairgrounds. Includes grounds keeping and minor building maintenance. Willingness to work a modified schedule and/or overtime when deemed necessary. Salary $9.00 per hour.
This position will be open until filled. Rosebud County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
CLASS TITLE: Seasonal Worker
ACCOUNTABLE TO: Fair Grounds Keeper
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under mostly direct supervision, performs unskilled tasks in the upkeep and maintenance of the fairgrounds; Work varies requiring following oral and written instructions.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Work may be performed in undesirable physical conditions of heat, cold, and dampness;
- Duties involve physical work frequently requiring lifting weights up to 50#’s (greater with assistance), crawling, bending, stooping, walking, and climbing;
- Must possess a valid Montana Driver’s License.
MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE:
- Willingness to be trained to operate various types of equipment at the fairgrounds;
- Performs tasks of grounds keeping and minor building maintenance;
- Willingness to work a modified schedule and/or overtime when deemed necessary;
- Prepares minimal records of own activities;
SUPERVISION – RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: None
EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
- Must be 18 years of age;
- Some work experience in grounds maintenance desirable.
- Must possess a valid Montana Driver’s License.
EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND EXPECTATIONS:
- Assigned maintenance tasks are completed timely;
- Demonstrates the ability to work with little or no supervision and makes sensible decisions;
- Performs such other tasks as may be needed.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform any non-essential job function.
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labelFull Time Dispatcher
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATOR JOB INFORMATION (DISPATCHER)
Shift: Full time: works an average of 40 hours per week in 12 hour rotating shifts. Part time: works rotating shifts as scheduled, covering for vacation and sick time, unscheduled shifts, and Holidays as needed. Part time is guaranteed 8 hours a week.
Wage: Starting wage is $14.00 per hour with a 50 cent increase every six months of employment based on a performance evaluation. After two years of employment, cost of living increases only. There will be no annual cost of living increases for the first two year period. Employer pays 100% of health insurance for employee.
Responsibilities: The dispatcher will receive messages and relay them quickly and accurately. The dispatcher answers the radios, administrative telephone lines and 91 1 lines, sends and receives teletype messages, makes timely record entries, keeps logs accurately, will keep confidences, is courteous to all callers, officers, and fellow Sheriff Office personnel and is conscientious in all responsibilities. The dispatcher will page out ambulances, fire equipment, and other emergency personnel as needed. The dispatcher is responsible for other duties too numerous to mention.
Job Requirements: The applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent. A full crirninal history will be conducted. Applicants need to have basic office skills dealing with telephones, computers, faxes, copiers, etc. Prior radio and dispatch experience desirable.
Dispatchers must be able to hear and speak clearly, read well, interpret quickly, communicate effectively with people, deal with the public in a friendly manner, make good decisions under pressure, perform several tasks at once, and give accurate directions; have good spelling ability, typing skills, computer knowledge, a good memory and be able to deal with stress. The dispatch operator is willing to learn, accepts constructive criticism willingly, openly communicates with others, expects to be monitored, shares suggestions openly and is diligent to do as good a job as is reasonably possible and expected given the circumstances. The dispatcher must have the ability to learn to act quickly and accurately to an emergency, remaining calm at all times. The dispatcher realizes importance of establishing a good working relationship with co-workers and working as a team.
Resume is preferred but not required.
Minutes are posted at the beginning of every month for the previous month.
Pending Minutes are available at any time before the beginning of the month by contacting the Commissioners office.
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NOTES from the Commissioners:
It may seem early to think about it but a very important time is approaching. The U.S. census is done every ten years and the time is now approaching us.
The census is used in various ways which effects our state, county, and many individuals. Each person recorded in our state amounts to almost two thousand dollars per year for the next ten years. That’s twenty thousand dollars per person! This money comes to the state for various programs which we will get in to in more depth as time goes on.
The Rosebud County Commissioners are interested in forming a Complete Count Committee. This committee will be formed to help inform the public about the implications the census does have, and to promote public service announcements and inform the public about the census.
Anyone interested in volunteering to be on this committee please let the Rosebud County Commissioners know! It will not be very demanding but your ideas are valued. You may contact us at 346-2251, or stop by the courthouse.