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COUNTY OF LEXINGTON - EXTERNAL HUMAN RESOURCES BULLETIN

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the County of Lexington encourages minorities, women and members of other legally protected classes to apply.

NOTE: Lexington County is accepting applications for the following employment and volunteer opportunies. To be considered for any of these positions you must submit a completed Lexington County application form.

*Volunteer opportunities are different from positions in which candidates are hired as employees.

Date of Bulletin: 09/26/2022


Position Title: Recycling Collector-PT
Grade: 104
Position #: 009880
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: 12.97/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - Licensing and Certifications: None Required.
Description:
  Job Purpose:
Operates County vehicle, tows various sized trailers full of recyclable materials to and from the Collection Centers to the landfill or designated recycling processing facilities; exchanges, connects, disconnects and positions trailers. Loads and unloads plastic roll carts filled with recyclable materials. Operates heavy machinery. Uses discretion dealing with the public and adheres to all county and department safety regulations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Gathers, sorts, separates and processes all recyclable materials from the Collection Centers and other County departments as requested. Organizes stacks and loads electronic waste and mattress trailers to maximize loads. Processes aluminum cans through can crusher; delivers supplies to the Collection Centers; delivers materials to designated facilities for processing. Operates equipment to include flatbed trucks; forklifts; oil filter crushers; tommy lift gates; waste compactors; and tow trailers.
Reviews previous days calls from the Collection Centers on the recycling pull request sheet. Completes recycling trip sheet, equipment inspection forms and assigns daily activity. Maintains supply inventory, repairs and change trailer tires and reports equipment repairs to supervisor. Picks-up and files Collection Centers monthly vehicle count sheets, waste management call sheets, recycling pull request sheet and CMC's scrap metal pull requests. Reports when e-waste, mattress, textile and aluminum trailers need to be exchanged. Prepares time sheet and time card.
Assists with special events. Picks-up recyclable materials from SWM administration office, Records Management and County administration office.
Inspects Collection Centers for unauthorized items and removes this accordingly. Educates citizens on proper disposal of waste and recyclable materials.

Supplemental Functions:
Performs other similar duties as required.

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:

Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.
Positions in this class typically require fingering, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and reaching, climbing and balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting, moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, and intense noises.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Correctional Officer
Grade: SO1
Position #: 001843
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $19.61-$22.56/HR DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High school diploma or equivalent, with no experience required
  Minimum Qualification - Class 2 Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not required
Description:
  Correctional Officers will enforce rules and keep order, supervise the activities of inmates, search for contraband items, inspect facilities to ensure that standards are met, report on inmate conduct and aid in the rehabilitation and counseling of offenders

*** FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST APPLY ON THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WEBSITE AT WWW.JOINLCSD.COM
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: 911 Telecommunications Operator-Multiple Positions
Grade: TC1-TC2
Position #: 000294
Department: COMMUNICATIONS
Salary Range: $12.56-$15.54/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or equivalent. Associates Degree or higher in related field of study preferred.
  Minimum Qualification - 1 year experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience as a dispatcher in Emergency Communications. Certifications in CPR, NCIC and Priority Dispatch preferred. Criminal Background check will be required.
Description:
  Seeking a Call Taker and Telecommunicator Trainees to provide emergency response services for police, fire and emergency medical services. Must have the ability to work under stressful, high risk conditions and must be able to deal courteously and effectively with fellow employees and citizens. Essential duties include answering and processing both emergent and non-emergent phone calls from citizens, responders and other agencies. Interrogating callers to determine what services are needed and what actions need to be taken immediately such as life saving instructions. All must be done in a timely and professional manner. Must be able to maintain appropriate documentation of all calls for service and self initiated unit responses using a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system and other software tools. Must be able to provide map verification of locations for jurisdiction confirmation. Operate the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Software, Records Management System and Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) interfaces to support law enforcement operations.

**May require stooping, crouching, reaching, standing, long periods of sitting, writing, typing, talking, hearing, seeing, manual dexterity and other repetitive motions. Ability to handle multiple calls and radio communications at the same time**
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Deputy (Magistrate Court Security)-Multiple Positions
Grade: SO1
Position #: 002393
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $19.61-$22.56/HR DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma
  Minimum Qualification - Valid South Carolina Driver's License
Description:
  Provides security during court proceedings. Monitors all persons for signs of potentially disruptive behavior. Monitors and maintains control of inmates during all phases of court proceedings. Maintains position between the judge and litigants. Responds to and obeys any orders given by the presiding judge, such as searching for and bringing before the court any missing jurors, taking individuals into custody, etc. Maintains the security and integrity of the Magistrate's office. Conducts building inspections to ensure ongoing facility security by physically testing all security entrances and alarms for proper operation. Monitors the parking areas and grounds for any suspicious activity and/or suspicious items. Monitors the court entrance/exit and conducts screenings of incoming individuals, packages, and personal items using metal detectors, visual detection, and other approved security practices. Detects and confiscates all weapons, contraband, and/or suspicious items. Detains or arrests individuals as provided by South Carolina Law and processes accordingly. Interacts with visitors and directs individuals to the proper area. Responds to public/staff inquiries and requests for assistance. Investigates and resolves complaints from the public and staff. Provides personal security escorts to and from vehicles upon request. Transports inmates from the detention center to/from the Magistrate's office and other similar duties as required.

Application Process: Interested applicants must complete and submit the Sheriff's Department's online application at JoinLCSD.com. Only applications completed on JoinLCSD.com will be considered.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Paramedic
Grade: EM3
Position #: 000372
Department: EMERG. MEDICAL SERVICES
Salary Range: $19.21 - $21.90 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - -6 months to 1 year of advanced study or training beyond high school equivalency, with 1 to 3 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - -National Registry Paramedic Certification;
-State of South Carolina Paramedic Certification;
-Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support;
-Pediatric Advanced Life Support;
-International Trauma Life Support;
-Advanced Medical Life Support;
-Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation;
-Basic Life Support
Description:
  -Maintains emergency pre-hospital response care to the public. Ensures safety of all persons involved in patient care. Completes state mandated paperwork, and maintains ambulance cleanliness and inventories items.
-Provides appropriate patient care while on scene and en route to hospital in a manner that involves safely and efficiently managing the scene, assessing, applying, and providing necessary medical treatment to sick or injured persons. Transporting patients to a medical facility in a manner that prevents additional harm to the patient, crew, or the public. Providing high quality advanced life support to patients and overseeing care provided by additional team members.
-Maintains equipment and assets as well as inventory supplies. Ensures equipment is in proper working order. Operates EMS vehicles in emergent and non-emergent mode and monitors safety standards.
-Directs and coordinates actions of allied personnel while providing patient assessment and care and transport. Ensures safety of allied personnel, bystanders, and patients.
-Completes required paperwork and communications.
-Participates in specialized operations as required.
-Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Patrol Deputy- Multiple
Grade: SO1
Position #: 000430
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $19.61-$22.56/HR DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma
  Minimum Qualification - Visit www.JoinLCSD.com to view minimum qualifications and to apply. Only applications completed on www.JoinLCSD.com will be considered.
Description:
  -Performs the assigned duties of a Patrol Deputy, which includes responding to calls for service and enforcing all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following: Performing routine patrol duties, including but not limited to patrolling assigned areas of the County, responding to emergency calls and public calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting law violators and criminal suspects, issuing traffic citations/summonses, transporting prisoners and people with a mental health condition. Assisting with criminal investigations. Interviewing witnesses, complainants and victims; gathering physical evidence and preserving it for court; providing case follow-up as needed. Preparing cases for prosecution; providing court testimony as necessary. Participating in special operations as assigned. Participating in public relations efforts essential to maintaining a cooperative and positive relationship between the Sheriff’s Office and the community. Preparing various documents, including incident reports, accident reports, investigative reports, pursuit reports, warrants, subpoenas, and case documentation. Operating a variety of police equipment, including a police vehicle, firearms, Datamaster, radar, and various office equipment, machinery, and tools. Performs other similar duties as required.

Application Process: Interested applicants must complete and submit the Sheriff’s Department’s online application at www.JoinLCSD.com. Only applications completed on JoinLCSD.com will be considered.

Closing Date: Hiring for multiple vacancies through December 31, 2022.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Litter Collector- PT 29.5 HRS
Grade: 101
Position #: 002428
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: $10.74/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School diploma or equivalent with no experience required.
  Minimum Qualification - None required.
Description:
  This is a temporary, part time position (1 year).

Walk along roadside picking up litter and trash; load/unload trash and other materials for proper disposal; operate equipment to include: forklift, tommy lift gates, waste compactors and tow trailers; process daily work sheets as required and adhere to all County and department safety regulations.
-Assist with special events; separate recycling materials from trash; work outside in all weather conditions.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Firefighter (Credentialed)
Grade: F1
Position #: 015510
Department: FIRE SERVICES
Salary Range: $18.27/hr
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - See below
  Minimum Qualification - Qualified applicants will be required to successfully complete the following prior to employment offer:
- Candidate Pre-hire Physical Agility Test
- Oral interview board
- Department Vo2 physical
Description:
  ***Covid-19 Vaccine Not Required***
***$5,000.00 sign –on bonus for eligible candidates***
***Position eligible for SC PEBA Earnings Limitation Covid-19 Exemptions***

Maintains highest level of ethical conduct and professionalism. Under general supervision respond to fire, medical, and other calls for service. Provides a wide variety of duties related to fire suppression in order to ensure public safety and welfare. Exercises judgement and safety in all fire and rescue related activities. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions. Qualified applicants must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be able to obtain a South Carolina Class E Driver’s License or Commercial Driver’s License with proper endorsements within one year of date of hire.
Salary will be based on experience and qualifications
All candidates will be contacted via e-mail for processing. Ensure there is a valid e-mail address on your application profile.

**Application for candidates without experience or missing certifications will not be considered. **

Minimum Education:

Credentialed Firefighter Candidates must possess the following certifications prior to applying:
- IFSAD or Pro-Board NFPA Firefighter II Certification
- National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (or higher) with ability to obtain South Carolina

DHEC Credential within 1 year of date or hire
- Minimum of 2 years of career experience with a career fire department
- Copy of full transcript and copies of all certificates pertaining to this positing
- Resume with three (3) professional references detailing work experience
- Copy of DD-214 for veterans or confirmation of military service for those still actively serving
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: School Crossing Guard
Grade: 101
Position #: 207200
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $15.20/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School diploma or equivalent with no experience required, and must have a valid SC Drivers License.
  Minimum Qualification - No experience required. Training will be provided by the Lexington County Sheriff's Department Traffic Division.
Description:
  This is a part time position generally working 10 hours per week (typically 20 hours bi weekly pay period). The essential duties and responsibilities of this job is to assist children crossing roadways in designated areas assigned by the school district and coordinating the traffic flow in or out of the schools as needed.

Good communication skills needed, especially with children, polite demeanor to interact with children and parents. Awareness to perceive dangers to children
Application Deadline: 12/31/2022


Position Title: Station Attendant-PT
Grade: 101
Position #: 019420
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: $10.85/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or equivalent
  Minimum Qualification - N/A
Description:
  Maintains effective on-site collection and recycling center operations. Opens and closes the facility, greets and educates center visitors on the use of the facility. Maintains Centers appearance, collects litter and debris and cleans minor spills as required.
Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 12/30/2022


Position Title: Litter Collector
Grade: 101
Position #: 423002
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: $10.85/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or equivalent, with no experience required
  Minimum Qualification - SC Driver's License
Description:
  Pickup roadside litter and trash, load and unload trash for proper disposal, operate county vehicle and small equipment and assist other litter collection programs in combating litter. Uses discretion in dealing with the public and adheres to all county and department safety regulations.
Application Deadline: 12/30/2022


Position Title: Maintenance Assistant III
Grade: 109
Position #: 021970
Department: BUILDING SERVICES
Salary Range: $17.98-$19.42/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High school diploma or equivalent, with five years of commercial plumbing experience. Valid SC Driver's License.
  Minimum Qualification - Ability to trace and analyze causes of plumbing, irrigation, water well and sewer lift station problems and make repairs; read, interpret and work from blueprints; prepare sketches of work and estimates of materials.
Description:
  Under general direction, performs skilled plumbing work in the maintenance, repair, and installation of gas, water, sewer lift station, water wells, domestic and fire line back flow devices and irrigation; and performs related duties as required.

Preferred Experience:
Combination of training, education, and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities.
Application Deadline: 11/30/2022


Position Title: Maintenance Assistant III
Grade: 109
Position #: 024750
Department: BUILDING SERVICES
Salary Range: $17.98/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Also 5 to 7 years Maintenance experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - A knowledge of written specifications and drawings is a plus. Must be able to work under stressful conditions and react calmly and quickly in an emergency.
Description:
  Reports to the Detention Center. Under limited supervision maintains all mechanical systems. Experience with plumbing, electrical and HVAC issues. Maintains energy management systems throughout the facilities. Maintains ice machines, coolers and freezers. A working knowledge of plumbing fixtures, electrical panels, breakers and other associated mechanical equipment.
Application Deadline: 10/31/2022


Position Title: Maintenance Assistant I
Grade: 105
Position #: 400177
Department: BUILDING SERVICES
Salary Range: $13.95/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma
  Minimum Qualification - A Valid SC Driver's License
Description:
  Under limited supervision, performs landscaping tasks and general maintenance using riding lawnmower, push lawnmower, weed eater, hedge clipper, etc. Assist carpenters, electricians, HVAC technicians, painters and other trades as necessary. Also may be required to move furniture, equipment, remove debris, clean and gather trash.
Must have the ability to problem solve, level reading, determine grade and depths. Know dry walling methods, paint processing and methods. Knowledge of herbicides and pesticides is a plus.
Application Deadline: 10/31/2022


Position Title: Attorney I - Multiple Positions
Grade: 211
Position #: 241700
Department: PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE
Salary Range: $53,043.18
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school.
  Minimum Qualification - Member of the South Carolina Bar in good standing (Will accept applications from graduates awaiting results of the July 2022 bar exam)
Description:
  The Eleventh Circuit Public Defender’s Office is seeking applications for Attorney I positions in its Lexington County office. Applicants must be able to appreciate the obstacles that our clients face, including disability, mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction and generational poverty.

Applicants should be prepared to build relationships with clients, participate in investigation of witnesses and physical evidence, perform legal research, negotiate with prosecutors, analyze cases and develop trial strategies, and spend significant time in the courtroom litigating cases through motions and trials.

Applicants should have strong research skills and be able to communicate effectively. They should have a strong work ethic and be willing to work as a team along with other lawyers.

The public defender’s office encourages its lawyers to attend Continuing Legal Education events in the field of criminal law and covers the cost of these events.

The County of Lexington offers competitive benefits, including health, vision, and dental insurance; life insurance; participation in the state retirement plan; and access to the county wellness center. The public defender’s office follows the County of Lexington’s annual leave and vacation policies. This is a full-time position.
Application Deadline: 10/22/2022


Position Title: Attorney III - Multiple Positions
Grade: 216
Position #: 024560
Department: PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE
Salary Range: $74,395.59
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school
  Minimum Qualification - Member of the South Carolina Bar in good standing. Must have completed all Rule 403 requirements.
Description:
  The Eleventh Circuit Public Defender’s Office is seeking applications for Attorney III positions in its Lexington County office. We are looking for lawyers with trial experience to represent indigent clients with serious felony charges. Applicant must be able to appreciate the obstacles that our clients face, including disability, mental illness, drug and alcohol addiction, and generational poverty.

Applicants should be prepared to build relationships with clients, participate in investigation of witnesses and physical evidence, perform legal research, negotiate with prosecutors, analyze cases and develop trial strategies, and spend significant time in the courtroom litigating cases through motions and trials.

Applicants should have strong research skills and be able to communicate effectively. They should have a strong work ethic and be willing to work as a team along with other lawyers.

The public defender’s office encourages its lawyers to attend Continuing Legal Education events in the field of criminal law and covers the cost of these events.

The County of Lexington offers competitive benefits, including health, vision, and dental insurance; life insurance; participation in the state retirement plan; and access to the county wellness center. The public defender’s office follows the County of Lexington’s annual leave and vacation policies. This is a full-time position.
Application Deadline: 10/22/2022


Position Title: Building Inspector
Grade: 110
Position #: 015790
Department: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Salary Range: $19.03-20.55/HR DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - 6 months to 1 year of advanced study or training beyond high school equivalency
  Minimum Qualification - -Under and including 1 year experience
-Must have or be able to obtain Electrical, building, plumbing, and mechanical inspector certifications through SCLLR. Each certification must be obtained within 12 months per LLR's guidelines.
Description:
  Job Purpose:
Inspects commercial and/or residential building construction for compliance with applicable codes, ordinances regulations, and laws. Inspects commercial fuel, gas, mechanical and plumbing systems. Inspects electrical work and building construction. Inspect and interprets plans specifications, engineering, and architectural details, and compiles construction reports. Interfaces with architects, engineers, builders, sub-contractors, and owners; facilitates understanding of the code and need to comply.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Inspects building construction and existing structures for compliance with applicable codes and ordinances. Ensures compliance of the International Building Code, International Fuel and Gas Code, International Plumbing Code, International mechanic Code, National Electrical Code. Advises, interacts and communicates with County construction and general code questions.
-Reviews plat, plans, and blueprints prior to inspections for compliance with building codes; ensures plans are code compliant and match installation of job site. Assists in review of proposed projects and assures plans demonstrate minimum levels of compliance prior to building permit insurance.
-Composes reports of each inspection; notes any code or county ordinance violation that might apply; reports on whether or not the project may proceed; records inspections.
-Prepares paperwork such as scheduling; routing; code research; inspection reports; field conference reports and correspondence, daily driving log, project status reports. Processes technical documents.
-Researches and studies building codes; researches products
-Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 10/22/2022


Position Title: Librarian I - Youth Services- Cayce/West Columbia
Grade: 207
Position #: 800067
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $42,014.44-$45,376.19
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - ALA accredited MLIS/MLS.
  Minimum Qualification - Evening and weekend work including Sundays is required. Requires public speaking. Serves as Manager on Duty as needed.
Description:
  Plans, coordinates and implements library programs and Collection Development for the Youth Services Department. Provides technology and reference assistance to patrons. Advocates all library services, technologies, and programs to the community. Establishes partnerships and builds relationships with educational institutions and businesses within the community. Serves on System Committees.
• Plans, implements, and evaluates literacy and technology programs for ages birth through teen. Plans and implements workshops, group training, and one-on-one training for parents, teachers, daycare providers, home school parents, civic groups, and the public at large. Analyzes current levels of in-house and outreach programming services and patron demand to determine need for new programming types or changes in amounts or frequency of programming. Stays up to date on trends in programming (various literacies and STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics).

• Evaluates and manages assigned collections. Reviews and selects materials for acquisition. Manages weeding and replacement of materials as needed. Collaborates with other librarians to determine budget appropriations. Evaluates donated materials for inclusion in the collection. Serves the library system by sitting on or chairing collection-focused committees. Evaluates Professional book reviews, statistics, and reports related to collection management in the selection and deselection of materials. Organizes materials in Youth Services department for optimal use. Selects and evaluates web resources.

• Provides reference and Readers Advisory services to patrons including researching and answering questions in person, over the phone, online, and in writing. Expertly assists library patrons in using various resources and technology such as tablets, eReaders, computers, copiers, scanners, etc. Creates bibliographies and maintains and updates Youth Services files. Creates displays to promote resources.

• Promotes the library and its services and programs to the public. Makes media and public appearances. Assists in the maintenance of the library’s website. Leads group tours of the library and represents the library to meetings of civic groups, schools, and other community organizations and events. Attends county and community meetings as appropriate.
• Participates in System Collection Development and program Committees. Maintains records and statistical data including programming, patron references, and collection data. Prepares and processes reports based on that data and provides analysis and action points. Suggests policy and procedure changes to services
• Serves as Manager on Duty for the branch. Assigns tasks to other staff members as needed. Coaches and mentors subordinates and colleagues. Interviews, trains, and supervises volunteers and interns. Assists in the training processes for other employees. Coordinates ordering of necessary supplies and equipment for department. Serves the library on professional committees. Performs other similar duties as required.

Preferred Experience:
3-5 years of professional library experience or similar experience.
Application Deadline: 10/11/2022


Position Title: Heavy Equipment Operator I
Grade: 105
Position #: 204000
Department: PW/TRANSPORTATION
Salary Range: $13.54
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - HS Diploma or equivalent supplemented by training in heavy equipment or maintenance
  Minimum Qualification - prefer 9-12 months experience in the operation of heavy equipment. Must obtain South Carolina CDL Class A license within 6 month probationary period
Description:
  Under general supervision, performs semi-skilled to skilled work in operating and maintaining motorized heavy equipment in the Transportation Division of Public Works. Operates various heavy equipment such as paver, roller, motor grader, backhoe, bush hog, AMZ, fuel truck, dump truck, and scrapers in the field of paving, drainage, grading, construction, and maintenance of all County roads and parking lots. Drives various trucks and hauls material and equipment. Uses tamps, chainsaw, pole saws, concrete mixers and additional small equipment. Reports to assigned supervisor.
On-call one week out of every ten weeks and during inclement weather.
Application Deadline: 10/10/2022


Position Title: Document Processor
Grade: 106
Position #: 002444
Department: EMERG. MEDICAL SERVICES
Salary Range: $14.71/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associates Degree or equivalent combination of experience and education sufficient to perform the job
  Minimum Qualification - Two years experience in a medical/EMS billing environment and data entry experience
Description:
  Review patient care reports to determine billing status and billing amounts for each patient contact. Respond to medical and subpoena requests for records. Generate daily billing reports. Answer incoming calls and process walk-in requests. Assist the EMS Billing Manager with day to day operations of EMS billing. Collate previous days paperwork matching with reports to account for all patient card reports.
Microsoft Word, Excel and data entry are Required. Zoll software experience is a plus
Application Deadline: 10/07/2022


Position Title: Library Clerk - Part Time-Irmo
Grade: 101
Position #: 133001
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $10.85-$11.72/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or GED
  Minimum Qualification - At least one year of work in a library or customer service environment.
Description:
  -Shelves and maintains library materials. Greets and assists customers in the stacks, refers customers to other internal departments and may provide guidance and basic instruction regarding using the online catalog, downloading materials, accessing databases, and other services. Utilizes databases, bibliographies, and other resources to recommend specific books and materials that the customer requests. Inspects and performs maintenance of materials. Promotes all services and programs of the library. Maintains the library’s collections. Organizes and shelves books, audio-visual materials, magazines and other material types. Shifts and arranges materials systematically.
-Greets and assists customers explaining the Dewey Decimal System and guiding customers in identifying and accessing materials. Explains library facility layout and location of collections. Provides general guidance and instruction regarding library resources and services. Responds to customer inquiries concerning subject and author requests. Is able to explain formats and resources. Assists or refers customers to internal departments in usage of library technology, such as the library catalog, databases, eReaders, and copiers/scanners. Teaches customers to access and utilize the online catalog.
-Maintains the library’s collections by assessing general physical condition. Sorts and organizes materials to prepare for shelving. Assesses collections’ order and potential space limitations and shifts materials as needed. Empties book drop as assigned and checks in materials. Assesses physical quality of materials and may perform general book repair. Sorts items for shelving and routing.
-Provides general customer service concerning accounts. Explains policies and procedures regarding holds, overdue books, and fines and fees in general terms. Occasionally performs circulation duties as needed, including checking materials in and out.
-Promotes library services and programs. Refers customers to programs and print and online calendars and schedules. Discerns patron interests and needs and is able to guide them to materials, programs, and services that meet their expectations.
-Locates specific titles from reports and resolves issues. Assists in opening and closing procedures. May change outdoor signage. Assists in general housekeeping and straightening of public areas both inside and out. Assists with set up and break down of meeting rooms and programs.
Application Deadline: 10/04/2022


Position Title: Director of Building Services
Grade: 215
Position #: 006800
Department: BUILDING SERVICES
Salary Range: $68,841.00-$74,348.28 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associate's degree, with 7 to 9 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - General or Mechanical Contractor License Preferred
Description:
  Job Purpose:
Under limited supervision is responsible for all administrative, custodial and maintenance functions with the guidance of the County Administrator. Develops and administrators annual budget. Develops, manages and assigns capital projects. Establishes procedures, policies and systems for county operations in support of and at the direction of the County Administrator. Works directly with the County Administrator, managers, directors, appointed and elected officials in the coordination of projects of both external and internal nature. Reviews, writes and approves construction plan and project approvals. Provides project cost.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- The Building Services Director oversees and directly supervises the activities of building maintenance staff; provides exact direction and assistance in developing, monitoring, and executing a plan that addresses on-going building maintenance needs; provides periodic building condition assessments, including documentation and scope/pricing information to be used in capital budgeting processes; develops, monitors, and oversees preventive maintenance program; responsible for operational budgets; reviews invoices to ensure accuracy; responsible for adherence to departmental policies and procedures, including terms and conditions of contracts; establishes performance goals; conducts performance communication discussions and recommends salary changes; assigns the on-call supervisor.
- Interacts with County Administrator, Human Resources Director, Procurement Manager and Finance Director to coordinate implementation of county standards, project scope, and scheduling issues; serves as project manager on projects, coordinates projects at the direction or guidance of the County Administrator.
- Develops requests for proposals and bid documents/specifications for contracts and consulting services from vendors; oversees bid solicitation, bid summaries and recommendations. Works directly with the Procurement staff.
- Coordinates data and reporting needs with other staff members, department heads, directors and agency staff responsible for their individual departments to provide on-going improvements to facilities.
- Monitors patterns, identifies options for improvements, and makes recommendations regarding energy usage; evaluates new methods for tracking energy usage and communicating opportunities and resulting cost savings strategies.
- Evaluates the work quality of staff and subordinates and makes sure that high safety standards are being followed and maintained. Must be able to assess and make recommendations regarding accidents and incidents.
Supplemental Functions:
- Performs other similar duties as required.

Knowledge:
- Budgeting principles and practices;
- Building operations;
- Supervisory principles and practices;
- County standards, policies, and procedures
- Design principles;
- Proper materials and processes used in building improvements;
- Practices, procedures, materials and equipment used in the plumbing, masonry, heating and air conditioning, carpentry, painting and landscape maintenance trades.

Skills:
- Managing contracts;
- Resolving field issues;
- Developing preliminary budget estimation;
- Reviewing change orders;
- Developing sketches and preliminary drawings
- Report writing;
- Data compilation;
- Using a variety of hand and power tools necessary to perform mechanical, carpentry, electrical, plumbing and allied building repairs and maintenance work.
Application Deadline: 10/03/2022


Position Title: Librarian III-Branch Manager-Swansea
Grade: 209
Position #: 000637
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $47,208.41-$50,518.00 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - MLIS from an ALA accredited college or university supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in a public library, including supervisory and management experience
  Minimum Qualification - Supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in a public library, including supervisory and management experience
Description:
  Manages a small branch. Supervises, trains, and guides staff. Assists in Strategic Planning for the branch,
including facilities management. Oversees the Collection Development for the branch. Advocates library
services through programs, community partnerships, and as the liaison to the Friends of the Library.
Guides and assists customers in the use of technology and reference services. Provides high level
customer service duties related to circulation and customer accounts.
• Manages all aspects of the branch. Ensures branch is staffed and operational for the public. Supervises
staff including; scheduling, training, and evaluating. Coaches and mentors staff regarding personnel
matters. Assesses unique circumstances and makes informed decisions concerning customer service
and facilities management. Collects and maintains accurate records of fines and fees and makes bank
deposits. Plans and budgets for office and household supplies.
• Plans for the branch based on community needs and on the vision and the mission of the library.
Recommends changes or additions to facilities, services, and staffing. Assists in formulation of library
policy and procedures, and ensures they are implemented.
• Manages the collection of materials for the branch. Develops internal branch collection budget based
on allocations. Analyzes circulation statistics and trends in order to create a Collection Development
Plan for the branch. Selects and deselects materials based on community analysis.
• Advocates for the library by promoting services and programs to individuals, civic organizations,
community agencies and educational institutions. Cultivates partnerships through communication
and interaction. Develops and presents dynamic programs for the public within the branch and
through outreach activities. Provides opportunities for all ages to strengthen economic development,
job skills, literacy, and recreation to build lifelong learning skills. Collaborates with the Friends of the
Library.
• Provides reference and technology services for the public. Trains and assists the public in the use of
the library equipment, print and online resources, and electronic devices, including instruction for
downloading electronic materials. Prepares bibliographic tools to provide readers’ advisory for adults
and youth.
• Provides quality customer service following library policies and procedures to successfully fulfill the
the needs and expectations of the public. Manages the day-to-day duties, such as the circulation of
materials, customer account issues, and customer registrations. Generates and processes documents
and reports relating to customer requests and internal operations.
• Performs other similar duties as required.

-Requires public speaking. Schedule includes day, night, and weekend hours
Application Deadline: 10/02/2022


Position Title: Library Assistant III-Reference PT-Irmo
Grade: 107
Position #: 510017
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $15.83/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree
  Minimum Qualification - 1-3 years of experience in a library or educational setting
Description:
  Provides customer service at the Reference Desk in person and by phone. Provides Reference, Readers’ Advisory, and Technology services to customers. Plans and presents programs and workshops as part of the library’s Adult Programming schedule. Markets and promotes services and programs of the library. Assists in maintaining the collection. Makes general updates to customer accounts.
•Responsible for providing Technology assistance and training to individuals and groups. Guides and instructs customers using computers and eReaders/Tablets to access resources, databases, and eBooks. Teaches customers to use MS Office, resume software, and to set up email accounts. Assists customers using microfilm readers. Troubleshoots issues regarding printers, wifi access, eReaders, scanners, and copiers.
•Provides Reference services to customers, including researching and answering reference questions in person and by phone. Identifies appropriate resources and assistance to job seekers, small business owners, educators, and life-long learners. Guides and assists customers in using various resources and technology, such as databases and print reference materials. Assists customers in identifying and obtaining resources from other library systems.
•Presents and/or facilitates programs and workshops. Evaluates target audiences’ needs and interests in order to plan and implement effective lifelong learning. Establishes partnerships and plans and presents programs with or for community business partners and/or other educational institutions. Participates in community events and festivals. Monitors reading trends, current events, and social issues.
•Provides Readers’ Advisory to customers of all ages. Uses experience, knowledge, databases, and other resources to identify appropriate materials matching the users’ interest and skill level to the appropriate format. Develops book lists and subject-specific resource guides. Assists customers in locating and/or placing material on hold. Refers customers to sources containing Readers’ Advisory information.
•Assists in maintenance of physical quality of the collection, including shelving and organizing of materials. Suggests books and materials for purchase based on customer requests and knowledge of the collection and community interest. Creates and maintains book displays. Locates materials from reports and resolves related issues.

Requires public speaking.
Must be available to work morning, afternoon, night, and weekend hours including Sundays.
Average 20 hours per week.
Application Deadline: 10/01/2022


Position Title: Administrative Assistant III
Grade: 107
Position #: 002388
Department: PLANNING AND GIS
Salary Range: $15.83/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or equivalent required; Associates degree preferred.
  Minimum Qualification - 1-5 years of work experience as an Administrative Assistant required.
Description:
  Assists the Director of Planning and GIS in coordinating monthly meetings, mandatory staff and Planning Commission Orientation and annual continuing educational requirement training; assembling documents for presentation, organizing, attending and scheduling meetings to include essential communication with the Planning Commission in writing, verbally and electronically.

Assists the Director and Planning Manager with preparing the budget, budgetary documents and financial records, monitoring budget expenditures, research and acquire competitive quotes as liaison to vendors, preparing requisitions, invoices, budget transfer requests; change orders; processes invoices for payment; submits supply orders; records deposits; reconciles bank statements and records payment in an Excel spreadsheet and serves as liaison for procurement issues, as necessary under direction from the Director and Manager.

For monthly Planning Commission meetings serves to communicate with a multi-departmental staff and administration to gather and assemble all items for the agenda packets, distribute completed paper and digital copies to the appropriate staff, media, appointed and elected officials and other appropriate persons. Reserve and set-up the meeting location, notify the Planning Commissioners of meeting dates in accordance with the by-laws, confirm and keep records of attendance and manage longevity/membership with the Clerk to Council. Attend all meetings to record and monitor actions taken, maintain meeting room organization, download recorded meetings, prepares and proofreads a variety of correspondence, memos, reports and creates minutes, while ensuring all appropriate documents are posted on the County website.

Direct customer, staff, County Council and Planning Commission inquiries to the Director and/or appropriate staff serving to determine the best outlet and result for resolving client issues. Handle all incoming calls and walk-in client services, helping each person find answers to their questions, or directing them to the appropriate person or Department, if necessary. Creates correspondence to partner organizations, such as the CMCOG, Central Midlands Council of Governments, local and state government offices and assists with communication to the US Census Bureau. Assist with verification and assignment of addresses for new and existing housing, mobile homes and commercial projects for individuals/businesses relocating in the County.

Responsible for the daily office management functions, including handling vendor correspondence, maintenance, records and upkeep of office equipment including copier/scanner/FAX machine, printers, plotters, vacuum frame, internet access and specialty phones. Notifying and coordinating resolution of environmental issues with the Building Services Department for any problems within the Department or surrounding area. Responsible for all filing, document retention, ordering, invoicing and financial record-keeping of operational supplies, maintaining inventory, scheduling and reserving meeting facilities and conference rooms for Planning Commission and vendor meetings, while serving to coordinate meeting obligations for the Director, Manager and Department employees.

Assists with preparation, coordination, record-keeping, implementation and maintenance of the Annual Department Budget, providing summaries of past year expenditures and estimates for the coming fiscal year, including interaction with other County Departments, such as Finance, County Council, Planning Commission, Administration, Human Resources and Information Systems. Upon Budget approval, manage the Department expenditures by coordinating with the Finance and Procurement Departments, such as ordering and invoicing supplies from our Central Warehouse and negotiating similar procurement requests from outside vendors, handling trip requests, monitoring postage and motor pool charges and careful reconciliation of all purchase orders and invoices.

Responsible for collecting, checking, and problem resolution of Department paper time sheets and digital time cards for the Director, as well as the proper disposal and document management of older financial records.

Establishes and maintains paper and digital filing systems, creating and maintaining digital files for all purchases that have been received and payments made from capital accounts; once completed documents are scanned and downloaded for record-keeping purposes. Doing so is essential for yearly budgetary planning. Maintenance and creation of all digital files for all Planning Commission meetings and actions since the creation of the Department. Similar digital files are created and maintained for old road naming and addressing files and for all municipal annexations.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Librarian I-Reference-Irmo Branch
Grade: 207
Position #: 023500
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $42,014.99-$44,956.00 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - ALA Accredited MLIS/MLS
  Minimum Qualification - 3-5 years of professional library experience
Description:
  Plans, coordinates and implements library programs and Collection Development for the Reference Department. Provides technology and reference assistance to patrons. Advocates all library services, technologies, and programs to the community. Establishes partnerships and builds relationships with educational institutions and businesses within the community. Serves on System Committees.
•Plans, implements, and evaluates literacy and technology programs for adults. Plans and implements workshops, group training, and one-on-one training for senior centers, civic groups, and the public at large. Analyzes current levels of in-house and outreach programming services and patron demand to determine need for new programming types or changes in amounts or frequency of programming. Stays up to date on trends in programming (various literacies and community needs).
•Evaluates and manages assigned collections. Reviews and selects materials for acquisition. Manages weeding and replacement of materials as needed. Collaborates with other librarians to determine budget appropriations. Evaluates donated materials for inclusion in the collection. Serves the library system by sitting on or chairing collection-focused committees. Evaluates Professional book reviews, statistics, and reports related to collection management in the selection and deselection of materials. Organizes materials in Reference department for optimal use. Selects and evaluates web resources.
•Provides reference and Readers Advisory services to patrons including researching and answering questions in person, over the phone, online, and in writing. Expertly assists library patrons in using various resources and technology such as tablets, eReaders, computers, copiers, scanners, etc. Creates bibliographies and maintains and updates Reference files. Creates displays to promote resources.
•Promotes the library and its services and programs to the public. Makes media and public appearances. Leads group tours of the library and represents the library to meetings of civic groups and other community organizations and events. Attends county and community meetings as appropriate.
•Participates in System Collection Development and program Committees. Maintains records and statistical data including programming, patron references, and collection data. Prepares and processes reports based on that data and provides analysis and action points. Suggests policy and procedure changes to services
•Serves as Manager on Duty for the branch. Assigns tasks to other staff members as needed. Coaches and mentors subordinates and colleagues. Interviews, trains, and supervises volunteers and interns. Assists in the training processes for other employees. Coordinates ordering of necessary supplies and equipment for department. Serves the library on professional committees. Performs other similar duties as required.

Requires public speaking. Requires evening and weekend work including Sundays. Serves as manager on Duty as needed. Must be able to provide own transportation to outreach and community events.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Director of Technology Services
Grade: 220
Position #: 130000
Department: INFORMATION SERVICES
Salary Range: $97,517.52-$105,318.92 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Master's Degree
  Minimum Qualification - 7 to 9 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
Description:
  Job Purpose:
Leads and manages the Information Services Department. Leads and coordinates the development and implementation of the County information technology, records management plans, policies, procedures, standards, and budgets. Supervises department employees which involves such duties as instructing, assigning and reviewing work, maintaining standards, acting on employee problems, selecting new employees, appraising employee performance, recommending promotions, discipline, termination and salary increases

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Supervises department employees which involves such duties as instructing, assigning and reviewing work, maintaining standards, acting on employee problems, selecting new employees, appraising employee performance, recommending promotions, discipline, termination and salary increases.
-Develops, coordinates, and implements plans, budgets, standards, projects, policies, and procedures with management and other internal service departments.
-Coordinates the establishment of systems standards and budget development of customer departments; reviews budget requests and purchase requisitions for standards compliance.
-Coordinates the development, implementation and review of major countywide and functional information technology strategic plans and projects.
-Supervises department team leaders of technical services (network and desktop), applications services (system development, acquisition and support), records management/microfilm (i.e. acts as the County’s Chief Information Officer) performs as team leader for operations (computer room and department administration), and web site development and maintenance.
-Directs department support of and interaction with user group, special teams, and various project planning and implementation groups.
-Performs general research and professional development activities.
-Manages department personnel including time card review, filling vacancies, and monitoring/evaluating employee performance.
-Implements budget policy including “functional coordination” of the IT functions with technical staff of related departments and agencies funded by the County.
-Receives and/or reviews equipment/system requests, requisitions plans for all departments, license agreements and contracts, personnel records, work requests, management directives, and policies and procedures.
-Prepares and/or generates budget requests; web site text; plans, recommendations, and standards; policies and procedures, and monthly reports to management.

Supplemental Functions:
-Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: EMS Shift Supervisor
Grade: EM5
Position #: 125699
Department: EMERG. MEDICAL SERVICES
Salary Range: $22.35-$24.14/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - -Associates Degree in Health Sciences field preferred.
or
-High School Diploma or GED, SC or National Registry Paramedic with 5-7 years of field experiences as a Paramedic within an EMS system.
  Minimum Qualification - Must have strong leadership and communication skills
Must be able to follow and give directive with ease.
Must display tacks, courtesy and firmness with subordinate staff.
Must possess ACLS, BLS, PALS, and a valid SC drivers license.
Description:
  Supervises EMS Operations within Lexington County. Performs direct and indirect supervision and coordination of personnel, equipment, and supplies during routine operations.
On the scene of an emergency, or during rescue operations, the shift supervisor ensures quality pre-hospital care is provided to the citizens of Lexington County in a timely and effective manner.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Librarian III - Assistant Branch Manager-Lexington
Grade: 209
Position #: 012640
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $47,208 - $50,985
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - MLIS from an ALA accredited college or university supplemented by 3-5 years of professional experience in public libraries, including supervisory and management experience.
  Minimum Qualification - Requires public speaking and the ability to lift, push, and pull up to 50 pounds. Schedule includes day, night, and weekend hours including Sundays
Description:
  Provides professional library service to the public. Assists Senior Branch Librarian in management of daily operations of a large branch library. Manages the Circulation Department and supervises staff within work area. Performs Collection Development duties for the branch. Assists with planning and implementation of library programs. Provides feedback concerning programs and services delivered by staff. Serves on system committees.
• Responsible for branch operations during the absence of Senior Branch Librarian. Supervises staff of assigned department. Includes scheduling staff, instructing, planning, assigning work, maintaining standards, coordinating activities, allocating personnel, acting on employee problems. Reviews the work of subordinates for completeness and accuracy; evaluates performance and makes recommendations for improvement. Offers training, advice and assistance as needed. Coaches and mentors subordinates and colleagues. Assists in the interview and training process for branch staff. Enforces Code of Conduct regarding patron behavior. Serves on internal committees and assists in establishing and implementing policies, procedures, and goals for assigned branch and for own department.
• Coordinates Collection Development of internal department. Performs community analysis to determine customers’ needs and interests. Develops Collection Management Plan for assigned areas, including evaluating and determining internal budgeting allocations. Reviews and selects materials for acquisition. Manages weeding and replacement of materials as needed. Serves the Library System by sitting on or chairing collection-focused committees.
• Promotes the library and its services and programs to the public, both internally and through community outreach. Provides Readers’ Advisory. Leads group tours of the library and represents the library to meetings of civic groups, schools, and other community organizations. Attends county and community meetings as appropriate.
• Resolves patron account issues, including payment plans and account collections. Reconciles revenue with daily system financial report; prepares and delivers bank deposit. Manages the branch supply budget; evaluates branch needs and orders supplies.
• Participates in System Collection Development and community analysis. Evaluates materials budget allocation and develops a Collection Development plan for assigned areas. Manages assigned subject areas of library collection including selecting, weeding, and replacing materials according to the System’s Collection Development Policy.
• Coordinates use of library meeting spaces for the public. Communicates the Meeting Room Policy and determines eligibility of applicants. Processes applications and collects deposits; compiles and submits usage statistics.
• Helps maintain records and statistical data including programming, patron references, and collection data. Ensures department meets performance standards. Suggests policy and procedure changes to services. Evaluates department equipment and furnishing needs and makes recommendations to Senior Branch Librarian
• Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Mechanic
Grade: 111
Position #: 000852
Department: FLEET SERVICES
Salary Range: $20.59/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - 6 months to 1 year of advanced study or training beyond high school equivalency, with at least 8 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - - ASE Certified Technician, Braking Systems;
- ASE Certified Technician, Heating & Air Conditioning Systems;
- ASE Certified Technician, Steering and Suspension Systems;
- ASE Certified Technician, Electrical and Electronic Systems.
-Federal Motor Carrier Brake Certification
- Valid SC Drivers License
Description:
  Job Purpose:
Perform preventative maintenance and repairs to a diverse fleet of County owned vehicles and equipment to include but not limited to: automobiles, trucks, HD trucks, ambulances, fire apparatus, construction equipment, and heavy machinery.
Identifies cost savings initiatives and best practices for vehicle longevity and performs cost effective maintenance and repair procedures. Obtains competitive pricing from various parts and services vendors relative to the specific type of equipment being serviced. Performs all maintenance procedures and repairs within acceptable industry standards and does so within established time parameters relative to any given operation.
May be assigned to any specialty service area or specific vocation based upon individual experience, knowledge, or demonstrated ability at the discretion of the Assistant Fleet Manager or Director of Fleet Services. This may include being assigned to specialize in Fire Apparatus, Ambulances, Heavy Construction Equipment, Patrol vehicles, or automobiles and light trucks. May be scheduled to work onsite or offsite as required.
May be required to respond to after hour emergencies 24/7.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
-Performs preventative maintenance services on a wide range of vehicles to increase vehicle longevity, minimize maintenance and repair costs, and to minimize potential unanticipated vehicle break downs resulting from component failure. Diagnoses and repairs vehicle malfunctions.
- Fabrication, installation, and repair of emergency equipment. Designs reliable circuitry and installation methods used to equip emergency response vehicles.
- Services and repairs manual and automatic transmissions. Operates a transmission flush apparatus and makes internal mechanical and electrical component repairs as warranted. Performs internal gasoline and diesel engine repairs including complete engine replacements.
- Identifies and diagnoses component failures. Performs related repairs to gasoline and diesel engine management controls, transmission shifting controls, fuel delivery systems, antilock brake modules, and integrated lighting body control modules as well as emission control systems. Diagnoses and repairs multiplexed and CAN (computer area network) wiring and all related system components.
- Performs diagnostics and repairs to hydraulic control systems, and hydraulic pumps, motors, cylinders, servo’s, etc.
- Operates computer scanners, alignment machines, lathes, and any tools and diagnostic equipment provided and utilized in the diagnostic and repair process.
- Performs diagnostics and repairs to cooling systems, HVAC systems, exhaust systems, braking and antilock braking systems, steering and suspension systems, drivelines, transmissions, and any related computerized management controls of these systems.
- Performs fabrication of components and welding operations. Capable of using a Plasma cutter, Oxygen/Acetylene torches, and Mig and Arc Welders.
- Provides and maintains a professional set of hand tools typically required for the type of equipment being repaired and serviced.
-Assists other mechanics as required.

Supplemental Functions:
- Performs other similar duties as required.

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:
- Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.
- Positions in this class typically require typing, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and reaching, climbing and balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting, moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, and intense noises, gases and workspace restrictions, vibrations.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Chief of Communications
Grade: 218
Position #: 000146
Department: COMMUNICATIONS
Salary Range: $85,176.33-$97,952.77 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associate’s degree, with at least 5 years experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - Licensing and Certifications:
- Emergency Number Professional (ENP)
- Communications Manager Certification Program (CMCP)
- Certified Public-Safety Executive (CPE)
- Registered Public-Safety Leader (RPL)
- EMD, EPD & EFD Certification
- E911 State Certifications
-NCIC Certification
-Supervisory Certification
Description:
  Oversees and directs the daily operation of a 24-hour consolidated 9-1-1 Communications center. Responsible for developing and implementing 9-1-1 Communication policies, procedures and programs for Lexington County. This position also manages the County’s emergency 9-1-1 telephone system, 800 MHz and VHF radio systems, and the Computer Aided Dispatch system. Leads and guides all department employees to provide quality 9-1-1 service to the citizens and dispatch service to all serviced agencies. Oversees and conducts the hiring and training of personnel, purchase of equipment, control of expenditures, and preparation of budget estimates. Within the structure of County Policy, the 911 Communications Chief works independently in managing all technical and administrative operations towards the achievement of established 9-1-1 Communications, Public Safety and County Council Goals and Objectives.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plans, organizes, and directs, in association with subordinate officers, departmental operations with respect to equipment and personnel. Provides for the preparation and administration of recruitment, training and staff development programs. This position serves as a divisional leadership member of the County's Emergency Operations Center when activated during a disaster or emergency event.
- Assesses departmental activities and operations and takes necessary steps to improve 9-1-1 service delivery system. Maintains, updates and reports on Goals and Objectives, short and long term, with the departmental Strategic Plan.
- Manages preparation of departmental budget and exercises purchasing and budgetary control. This position requires daily monitoring of budget line items in both revenue and expenditure accounts, fixed assets and purchase orders. Must creatively plan to achieve the timely allocation of funds to meet division, departmental and County goals.
- Directs the preparation and analysis of 9-1-1 records and reports to secure a more efficient service delivery system and to comply with authorized requests for information regarding departmental activity and personnel.
- Consults with multiple Municipal Agency Chiefs, Department Heads and the Public Safety Director on major policies and related 9-1-1 issues, conducts regular conferences with 9-1-1 department staff members in formulating policies, procedures, and standards.
- Cooperates and coordinates with local, regional, and state agencies in developing long range 9-1-1 plans and programs.
- Assist with staffing of the Emergency Communications and or Emergency Operations Center.

Job Specifications and Qualifications:

Knowledge:
- 9-1-1 technology, systems, and operations;
- 9-1-1 related laws and principles;
- Personnel management methods and techniques;
- Department, county, and state organizational structures, operations, policies, and procedures;
- Budgetary practices and principles;
- Statistics.

Skills:
- Leading others in a professional manner;
- Reacting calmly in emergency and/or stressful situations;
- Implementing quality assurance and control processes;
- Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone, and email contact;
- Applying statistical analysis to identify organizational needs;
- Utilizing Excel, Banner, and other automated systems in developing and managing budgets.
- Problem Solving
- Aides in the accreditation process

Supplemental Functions:
- Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Administrative Marketing Coordinator
Grade: 107
Position #: 002479
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $15.83 - $17.10/hr
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Bachelor of Arts
  Minimum Qualification - Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design or Communications
Valid SC Driver's License
Description:
  Seeking a creative and talented graphic designer/marketing assistant to work in the Library’s Communications Department under the direction of the Communications Coordinator.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Using graphic design principals, creates print and digital marketing for the library system to increase the community's awareness of library services and programs. Ensures marketing materials from branch and administrative staff meet marketing standards. Produces digital visual presentations to promote library services.

Coordinates and compiles information from branch staff, Administration, Library Board, and Friends of the Library. Proofs, edits, and critiques all library publications. Advises library staff regarding publication standards. Assists in management of the library's social networking sites. Monitors trends for current and emerging social media platforms.

Under general guidance, creates, formats and updates web content; approves changes made by web content management system (CMS) users; updates web pages to assure that all information and links are up to date and accurate. - Assists in training of CMS users. Serves as one of the library’s photographer and videographer.
- Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: County Engineer
Grade: 216
Position #: 182500
Department: PUBLIC WORKS/ADMINISTRATION
Salary Range: $74,395.59
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Requires a Bachelor's Degree in civil engineering supplemented by 5 years of progressively responsible experience in public works engineering and operations; or an equivalent combination.
  Minimum Qualification - Must be a South Carolina licensed Professional Engineer. Must possess a valid South Carolina driver's license.
Description:
  Under supervision of the Director of Public Works, performs directing, supervising, operating and administrating duties as assigned within the various divisions of the Public Works Department including Engineering and Transportation Division. Oversees design, construction, and inspection of roadway, bridge, and drainage projects, and the development of C Fund, In-House and other projects.

Receives and investigates complaints from citizens, direct work orders for corrective actions. Prepares specifications for procurement. Presents information to County Council.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Custodial Worker
Grade: 102
Position #: 009410
Department: BUILDING SERVICES
Salary Range: $11.55/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or equivalent
  Minimum Qualification - Experience with inventory control and ordering processes. Performing detail-oriented work to ensure environment is clean and safe. Also, must be able to work well with the public.
Description:
  Clean and sanitize assigned offices, restrooms and public areas which includes removing trash and replenish paper products on a daily basis. Must also track supplies and reports supply needs to supervisor and have a working knowledge of an occupied building and how it affects staff and public access.
Must be able to, at times, work around confidential materials and must always keep safety of others in mind. Must always know your cleaning supplies and how they interact with each other. Must have the knowledge of cleaning all types of surfaces to include blinds, doors, door handles, handrails, windows, bathrooms, exterior entrances and walkways. Working with time constraints is a must.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Business Analyst
Grade: 209
Position #: 270000
Department: INFORMATION SERVICES
Salary Range: 209
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Bachelor's degree, with 1 to 3 years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - Documents new projects, Change Order requests as well as Change Control Documents for existing programs and technologies.
Description:
  -Performs a liaison function between the business side of the organization and the providers of Information Services. Develops functional design of processes and systems assessing the business model and its integration with technology. Interviews business staff and management to document current processes and new requirements for new or revised solutions. Provides Interface details and file layouts for conversation for new County computer programs. Creates business process flow diagrams including both manual and automated tasks.
-Develops a standard approach and template for Business Requirements Documents ensuring a clear, concise and traceable source for requirement identification and documentation. Creates all project artifacts including test matrix when applicable.
Application Deadline: 09/30/2022


Position Title: Paralegal
Grade: 108
Position #: 014910
Department: SOLICITOR
Salary Range: $16.85-$18.20/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - -Associates Degree (preferably in Paralegal Studies or Criminal Justice)
  Minimum Qualification - -Must be a Notary Public and or become NCIC certified.

-Must have excellent communication, computer knowledge and typing skills.

-Minimum of two or more years experience, preferably in a legal environment.
Description:
  Request, receive, review and process various documents to include, investigative reports and criminal records. Prepare case files for assigned solicitors. Assist solicitors during court proceedings, as needed. Perform other duties including, but not limited to, phone duty, preparation of court dockets and other various administrative duties. Performs other similar duties as required.
Application Deadline: 09/29/2022


Position Title: Human Resources Specialist
Grade: 109
Position #: 002179
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $17.98-19.42/HR
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associate's degree, with under and including 1-year experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the job's essential duties successfully.
  Minimum Qualification - Please see above.
Description:
  The Human Resources Specialist provides support in various human resource functions, establishes and maintains a working relationship with applicants, and facilitates the pre-employment process, ensuring equal opportunity for applicants. In addition, the Human Resources Specialist acts as a liaison between employees and the County of Lexington Human Resources Department. Additional duties include, but are not limited to, the coordination of all stages of the application process, including skills testing, interviews, polygraph, psychological evaluation, physicals, and drug testing. Applicant records are maintained using NeoGov software. The HR Specialist also maintains personnel records by recording and reporting all personnel actions, maintaining employee information in the physical personnel file and the Records Management System (RMS).


Qualified applicants must apply directly with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department at www.JoinLCSD.com
Application Deadline: 09/26/2022


For more information call (803) 785-8225
or apply at:

SC-WORKS
671 Main Street
South Congaree, SC 29170
(4 miles South of the Airport on Edmund Highway)

Phone: (803) 359-6131
Fax: (803) 356-5839

Or
South Carolina Dept. Of Employment and Workforce

(online access to apply online available at office)
Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday