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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: 08/17/2017


Position Title: Correctional Officer
Grade: 109
Position #: 150012
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $36,891
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or GED.
  Minimum Qualification - At least age 21; High School Diploma or GED; relevant experience is helpful.
Description:
  Please complete and return the Lexington County Sheriff's Department paper application located at www.lexingtonsheriff.com (careers section)

Contact our: HR Recruiter at (803) 785-8164; Sheriff’s Department Recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at (803) 785-JOIN(5646) or drusinyak@lcsd.sc.gov

We appreciate your interest in employment with the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017


Position Title: School Crossing Guard
Grade: 101
Position #: 150013
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $7,529
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or GED.
  Minimum Qualification - Minimum Qualification - Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a social security number and transportation.
Description:
  School Crossing Guards and substitutes needed for Lexington County Schools. Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a social security number. Must have transportation to school crossing. (Part time position only)
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017


Position Title: Deputy Patrol
Grade: 110
Position #: 150014
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $39,474
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma / GED.
  Minimum Qualification - One of the following: certified LE Class I (SC CJA); Bachelor's Degree or higher; certified LE Officer from another state or have MP experience.
Description:
  Please complete and return the Lexington County Sheriff's Department paper application located at www.lexingtonsheriff.com (careers section)

Contact our: HR Recruiter at (803) 785-8164; Sheriff’s Department Recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at (803) 785-JOIN(5646) or drusinyak@lcsd.sc.gov

We appreciate your interest in employment with the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017


Position Title: Paramedic
Grade: 112
Position #: 150015
Department: EMERG. MEDICAL SERVICES
Salary Range: $45,193
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Six months to one year of advanced training beyond high school equivalency, with one to three years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the job.
  Minimum Qualification - Nationally Registered Paramedic Certification, State of South Carolina Paramedic Certification, ACLS, PALS, ITLS, AMLS, CPR and BLS Certifications.
Description:
  Provides appropriate patient care while en route to the 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 while providing high quality advanced life support. Maintains equipment and ensures proper working order. Operates EMS vehicles while maintaining safety standards. Coordinates action and safety of allied personnel, bystanders and patients.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017


Position Title: Emergency Medical Technician
Grade: 110
Position #: 170030
Department: EMERG. MEDICAL SERVICES
Salary Range: $39,474
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or GED.
  Minimum Qualification - Applicant must be a SC or National Registry Basic or must have successfully completed all testing requirements and have a valid CPR certification prior to employment.
Description:
  Under general supervision, performs skilled and technical work in the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division of Public Safety. Qualified candidate will provide pre-hospital care by treating patient based on assessment. Monitor BLS patient while in route to hospital and drive emergency response unit in emergency and non-emergency situations for an ALS patient. Provide mental and physical support to patient. Assist crew chief as needed.

Candidate must exercise tact, courtesy, and firmness in dealing with the patient and with the public. Must exercise independent judgment in evaluating and testing victims and in applying short-term relief.

Multiple positions available.
Application Deadline: 12/31/2017


Position Title: Heavy Equipment Operator I- Multiple Positions
Grade: 105
Position #: 002368
Department: PW/TRANSPORTATION
Salary Range: $28,144
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - HS Diploma supplemented by training in heavy equipment operation and maintenance and 9-12 months experience in the operation of heavy motorized equipment. Must posses a valid SC CDL driver's license.
  Minimum Qualification - Operation of heavy motorized equipment; Performing maintenance on heavy motorized equipment; listening to directions and employing safety procedures.
Description:
  Under general supervision, performs semi-skilled work in operating and maintaining motorized heavy equipment in the Transportation Division of PW. 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.
Application Deadline: 09/08/2017


Position Title: Administrative Assistant II
Grade: 105
Position #: 0010412
Department: HUMAN RESOURCES
Salary Range: $13.53/hr
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High school diploma
  Minimum Qualification - An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform essential duties of the job.
Description:
  Able to perform various administrative duties in a confidential manner specific to Human Resources and Risk Management such as: reception, clerical duties, customer service and record-keeping. Performs general administrative duties as required, including typing reports and correspondence, entering and retrieving computer data, proof-reading, ordering supplies, copying and filing documents, sending and receiving faxes, mailings, answering the telephone, establishing and maintaining filing systems. Receives Personnel Action Forms and verifies accuracy and completeness of the data by viewing Position Management Report and Banner. Thorough understanding of payroll effective dates and corresponds via email all terminations. Provides professional customer service, has organizational skills, utilizes problem-solving skills and communicates effectively with employees, department heads and citizens. Coordinates meetings and meeting space; prepares meeting agendas; types and copies for all background material related to items on the agenda; attends meetings; takes and transcribes minutes; distributes minutes. Places and follows up on maintenance problems in the department. Conducts background checks on new hires for criminal background. Faxes driver’s licenses, checks and directs candidates to the drug testing facility depending on job requirements. Assists with budget preparations and monitors accounts; prepares internal documents for procurement purposes. Assists with special projects as required. Performs duties of other clerical staff as required in their absences.
Application Deadline: 09/08/2017


Position Title: Heavy Equipment Operator III
Grade: 108
Position #: 002030
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: $34,478
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Min. GED plus 2 years of experience and training in heavy motorized equipment operation and maintenance. SC CDL drivers license required within 6 months of employment.
  Minimum Qualification - Experience in the operation of heavy motorized equipment in the landfill and/or transfer station operations. Applicant to provide experience on specific equipment operated.
Description:
  Performs skilled work in the Landfill/Transfer Station Div. of the Solid Waste Management Department. Work involves operating heavy equipment in the disposal of solid waste, including pushing, piling, spreading, compacting or loading waste material. Work includes operation of heavy equipment to move and place earth, maintain slopes, silt basins and cut grass. Clean & maintain equipment.
Operates front-end loaders, dozers, waste compactors, graders, backhoes, excavators, off road dump trucks, and other pieces of equipment. Perform maintenance and complete daily paper work.
Application Deadline: 09/06/2017


Position Title: Deputy Coroner (Full-Time)
Grade: 110
Position #: 00215200
Department: CORONER
Salary Range: $39,474
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High school diploma or GED equivalent, supplemented by at least three years experience or training in a related field. Medical training/experience is strongly recommended.
  Minimum Qualification - Previous experience in death investigations/medical field/law enforcement necessary. Previous experience in a medical related field is strongly recommended.
Description:
  Investigates violent, suspicious, and/or sudden/unexpected deaths for the purpose of determining the cause and manner of death. Identifies bodies and provides for safe transport of bodies to morgue. Identifies/locates/notifies next of kin. responds to crime/death scenes; determines need to call in specialized personnel; collects evidence; provides assistance to families. Day/night/weekend work.
Typing skills, computer skills, basic medical terminology, and use of correct grammar is necessary. Spelling test, computer skills test, and typing test will be given during the interview process.
Application Deadline: 09/05/2017


Position Title: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Disaster Recovery Administrator
Grade: 209
Position #: 0020701
Department: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Salary Range: $46,302- $53,247 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Bachelor’s degree, with 1 to 3 years of experience working with CDBG, HOME and/or CDBG DR Programs or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the duties of the job.
  Minimum Qualification - Minimum Qualifications are contained within job description.
Description:
  This is a Grant Funded Position: Employment under this position is expected to last for approximately four (4) years. The Term of Employment may be extended according to the needs of the program however, under no circumstance will this position extend beyond the available funding of the CDBG DR program. Current Federal guidelines set the maximum term of the grant at six (6) years from the date of the grant award.

Job Purpose:
To supervise consultants, sub-recipients, contractors, staff, projects, processes and procedures, to include providing guidance and technical assistance on issues of United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (US DHUD) compliance as it relates to Community Development Block Grants- Disaster Recovery (CDBG DR) Programs. Prepare reports, organize meetings, conduct site visits and organize the work flow of CDBG DR personnel, programs and processes. Includes but not limited to:


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Supervise contractors/consultants, sub-recipients and others involved in the County of Lexington’s CDBG Disaster Recovery effort. Provide technical assistance to ensure that all work procedures meet US DHUD guidelines. Recommend, coordinate and/or assist in the review and revision or development of County policy and/or procedure as it relates to CDBG-DR activity.

Maintains open lines of communications between the contractor/consultant and the county and serves as a conduit to ensure that all communications between the County and persons involved in the County CDBG DR program.

Utilizing the designated CDBG-DR management system and other tools as necessary, maintain accurate record keeping of all activities of the CDBG-DR program so as to meet all Federal and State laws, regulations and guidelines and County of Lexington ordinances, policies and procedures, especially those pertaining to finance, procurement and human resource management. Develop and or produce reporting as is required, necessary and appropriate to document CDBG-DR activity.

Accompany contractor/consultants, sub-recipients, and/or appropriate county staff on various announced and unannounced field inspections regarding all aspects of the CDBG DR programs.

Provides monitoring as defined by the CDBG DR program of contractor/consultants and/or sub-recipients as appropriate.

With contractor/consultant personnel, provides technical assistance and guidance to and oversight of grant sub-recipients. Address program anomalies, i.e. difficult applications, new regulations and federal mandates, as well as grantees needing technical assistance.

Act as the first line of defense for the Community Development Director, utilizing the chain of command, in order to keep him apprised of all situations that may pose potential legal or public relations problems for the County. Maintain an open line of communication with the Director to provide regular status updates and service quality and quantity updates. Make recommendations of potential changes to the CDBG-DR Action plan according to the successes of different aspects of the programs;

Coordinate and assist in the development and submission of federally mandated reports.

Make presentations to community groups, policy makers, appointed and/or elected officials, VOADs and others as it relates to CDBG-DR.

Attend appropriate training programs and shares information/skills learned to contractors/consultants, sub-recipients and other appropriate personnel to ensure their current practices are in compliance with Federal and County policies.


Knowledge of issues within Lexington County as relates to the October 2015 Presidentially Declared Disaster and the steps the County has taken to date to address the unmet needs experienced from that disaster.

Bachelor's degree, with 1 to 3 years of experience working with CDBG, HOME and/or CDBG DR Programs or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Valid Driver's License.
Requires use of county vehicle.
Requires attendance of meetings outside of normal duty hours to include occasional overnight travel.
Application Deadline: 09/02/2017


Position Title: Part-Time Collection Center Attendant
Grade: 101
Position #: 002090
Department: SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Salary Range: $13,952.64
   
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 - none required.
Description:
  Multiple Vacancies.
Job Purpose:
Maintains effective operations of the facility. Maintains the on-site collection and recycling center operations. Opens and closes the facility. Greets and educates center visitors on the Cuts the grass and cleans minor spills as needed.
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Meets and greets all users; provides appropriate information and direction as necessary; operates waste compactors efficiently to maximize tonnage; calls in containers for disposal; cleans equipment, grounds, building and surrounding areas; assists waste haulers with containers; and assists citizens as needed
Counts and records the number of vehicles entering the facility per hour; prepares and generate waste containers call log, recyclables call log; supply orders; equipment repair orders; and personal time sheets
Greets the public and provides appropriate information and direction regarding solid waste disposal and recycling; resolves disputes with citizens; and maintains tact, courtesy and discretion when dealing with the general public and/or outside contract vendors
Cleans behind compactor blades; cleans used oil tank; attend safety and/or training meetings; works at various collection and recycling centers as needed; adheres to all safety standards; provides timely feedback to supervisor

Supplemental Functions:
Performs other similar duties as required.
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Job Specifications and Qualifications:

Knowledge:
Basic mathematics;
Methods, procedures and policies in the Collection Center Division of the Solid Waste Management Department;
Methods, procedures and policies in the Collection Center Division of the Solid Waste Management Department;
Operation of heavy machinery.

Skills:
Basic yard maintenance;
Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone and email contact;
Customer service;
Organization and time-management practices to accomplish tasks in a timely manner;
Detailed oriented;
Multi-tasking such as handling multiple customers at one time.

Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, up to 20 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: 09/01/2017


Position Title: Library Assistant III
Grade: 107
Position #: 0006841
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $32,222
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree
  Minimum Qualification - Preferred Experience: Bachelor's Degree with 1-3 years of work experience in a library or educational setting.
Description:
  Lexington Main Branch.

•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 and the ability to lift, push and pull up to 50 pounds. Must be available to work morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend hours including Sunday.
Application Deadline: 09/01/2017


Position Title: Library Assistant I- Part Time
Grade: 103
Position #: 011521
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $12,291
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associates Degree of have completed two full years of undergraduate course work.
  Minimum Qualification - Preferred Experience: Associates Degree with 1-2 years of work experience in a library, educational setting, or customer service environment.
Description:
  Cayce- West Columbia Branch.
Greets and assists customers who enter or call the library. Refers customers to other internal departments when appropriate and may provide guidance and basic instruction regarding using the online catalog, downloading materials, accessing databases, and other services. Performs circulation duties, including registering customers for library cards, updating customer accounts, accepting fines and fees, reserving and renewing materials. 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.
•Provides customer service concerning accounts. Explains policies and procedures regarding holds, overdues, and fines and fees and in reference to customer inquiry as to the status of their account. Performs circulation duties including checking materials in and out, renewing materials, registering customers for library cards, updating customer records, assessing damages to library materials, and collecting money for fines and fees, and placing materials on hold as requested by customer. Collects and keeps accurate records of fines, fees, and copier revenue and may prepare and make deposits.
•Greets and assists customers explaining the Dewey Decimal System and guiding customers in identifying and accessing materials and services. Explains library facility layout and location of collections. Instructs customers on accessing the internet and utilizing their online accounts, including renewing materials and placing items on holds. Troubleshoots access issues for computers, eReaders, and Wifi. May instruct and delegate duties to adult volunteers.
•Promotes library services and programs. Refers customers to programs and print and online calendars and schedules. Explains meeting and study room policies and makes reservations for customers. Discerns patron interests and needs and is able to guide them to materials, programs, and services that meet their expectations. Conducts group tours and educates customers concerning a variety of library resources and services. Creates and maintains book displays that promote library materials, programs, and services.
•Maintains the library’s collections. Runs reports to organize and maintain the collections and to resolve issues of lost items, hold requests, and low circulation. Assists in the collection development process making recommendations of materials to be added to the collection. Assesses physical quality of materials and may perform general book repair. 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. Sorts items for shelving and routing. Processes periodical subscriptions. Applies labels and shelf locations to all new materials.
•Inventories cataloging and office supplies for the department. Submits supply needs to appropriate staff member.
•Performs a variety of functions daily to keep the library operational. 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. May process returned materials after hours and on Holidays in order to keep workflow up to date. Works in other library departments as needed.
Requires the ability to lift, push and pull up to 50 pounds. Requires standing for long periods, repetitive motions, walking, stooping, kneeling and reaching. Must be available to work morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend hours including Sunday.
Application Deadline: 09/01/2017


Position Title: 911 Call Taker (Multiple Vacancies)
Grade: 106
Position #: 1700231
Department: COMMUNICATIONS
Salary Range: $30,114
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High School Diploma or GED
  Minimum Qualification - Must be 18 years of age, previous experience is helpful
Description:
  Multiple Openings.
Receives and processes emergency calls for services from citizens. Dispatches emergency services. Coordinates additional resources for emergency calls. Provides emergency medical instruction for all Emergency Medical Service calls. Operates the National Crime Information Center computer to support law enforcement operations. Utilizes CAD to ensure accurate and timely dispatch of emergency services. Monitors status of all responding agencies. Answers calls for service for other county agencies after hours. Receives and/or reviews emergency and non-emergency calls for service, requests for National Crime Information Center information, QA sheets, patient condition information and radio transmissions. Prepares and/or generates CAD call cards, National Crime Information Center entries. Refers to and follows EMD protocols. 911 Call-Taker position operates on 12 hours shifts, with rotating days and nights.

The pre-employment selection process at the department consists of the following:
1. Criminal record review
2. Psychological screening
3. Initial interview
4. Background investigation
5. Pre-employment drug test
6. Any other requirement determined necessary

You will be contacted upon the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. The entire hiring process could take as longs as 8 weeks. You can check your application status on the Lexington County Human Resources website.
Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.
If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment. The application is held in retention for 2 years from the date that it is rejected.
Application Deadline: 08/25/2017


Position Title: PC Lan Specialist III
Grade: 112
Position #: 0018361
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $45,193-$51,972 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associate’s degree. Preferred Education – Bachelor’s degree in computer science or other relevant discipline.
  Minimum Qualification - Knowledge of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Server 2008, and Server 2012, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the position.
Description:
  The PC LAN Specialist III position works under limited supervision, plans, designs, monitors, and administers physical and virtual network infrastructure, technologies, and solutions. Troubleshoots, diagnoses, and resolves network problems by researching issues. Provides support for the network, hardware, and software. Ensures proper functioning of network in support of 24/7 law enforcement agency and jail/detention facility.

Please complete and return the Lexington County Sheriff's Department paper application located at www.lexingtonsheriff.com (careers section). Please contact the LCSD Human Resources Division at (803) 785-2407 with questions. Applications should be submitted to the Sheriff's Department's headquarters at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, SC 29072.

Interested applicants must complete and return the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department paper application located at www.LexingtonSheriff.com (careers section).

Closing Date: 8/21/2017
Salary: $45,193 – $51,972 DOQ

Preferred Qualification – 3 to 5 years of experience as computer network technician. Knowledge of topology, subnet, scopes, vSphere, and VMware. Certifications in VCP 5.5 or later, Network+, Security+, and MCP .
Application Deadline: 08/21/2017


Position Title: Deputy (Warrant Division)
Grade: 110
Position #: 0002251
Department: SHERIFF
Salary Range: $39,474-$45,395 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Must be certified as a class-one law enforcement officer for the state of South Carolina. High school diploma or equivalent. Must be at least 21 years-of-age, and a United States citizen.
  Minimum Qualification - See below.
Description:
  Serves warrants, subpoenas, and civil papers, and performs general law enforcement duties as assigned. Performs evictions and repossessions. Detains and transports prisoners to and from designated locations. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions.

Interested applicants must complete and submit the Lexington County Sheriff's Department paper application located at www.lexingtonsheriff.com (careers section).

Closing Date: 08/21/2017
Salary: $39,474 - $45,395 DOQ

Application Process:
Please complete and return the Lexington County Sheriff's Department paper application located at www.lexingtonsheriff.com (careers section). Please contact the LCSD Human Resources Division at (803) 785-2407 with questions. Applications should be submitted to the Sheriff's Department's headquarters at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, SC 29072.
Application Deadline: 08/21/2017


Position Title: Building Inspector- Special Projects
Grade: 109
Position #: 987654
Department: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Salary Range: $36,891-$42,424.65 DOQ
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - n/a
  Minimum Qualification - Preferred Experience:
Experience with Department of Housing & Urban Development Grant Rehabilitation Programs, knowledge of program requirements desired.
Description:
  Note: This position is partially funded with Federal Department of Housing & Urban Development Grants. Loss of grants funding may result in changes to position, including but not limited to job description and salary, and/or the elimination of the position.

Job Description:
The Inspector will, under general supervision, provide initial inspections for residential structures under consideration for rehabilitation under the County's CDBG & HOME Grants programs; determine the extent of repair required to meet the standards of the rehabilitation program, complete a Work Write Up with cost estimate for the necessary work and make appropriate recommendation as to the feasibility of completing the rehabilitation. The Inspector will attend pre-bid conferences to address questions that may be posed by potential bidders and assist in determining the accuracy and appropriateness of bid received. Inspector will review the accuracy and appropriateness of any change orders that may be submitted by the contractor, and will make periodic status inspections and final inspection of all projects undertaken by the programs.

Additional Job Requirements:
As assigned by the County Building Official, or his designee, the inspector will inspect other building construction for compliance with applicable building codes and ordinances. This work involves inspection of residential buildings such as new construction, renovation, remodeling, fire damaged structures and mobile home set up along with reviews and plans interpretation, specifications, and engineering reports.

Education:
Must have, or obtain and maintain registration as a residential inspector as required by the South Carolina Department of Labor License and Registration; Five years of experience as a builder, superintendent or inspector of residential construction projects.
Application Deadline: 08/21/2017


Position Title: Library Assistant II- Floater (Part Time)
Grade: 105
Position #: 002169
Department: LIBRARY
Salary Range: $14,071.20
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Associates Degree with one to three years of work experience in a library or educational setting.
  Minimum Qualification - n/a
Description:
  Library Assistant II - Floater
Responsible for working alongside the bookmobile Staff as well as covering public service desks in all 10 branches as needed. Responsible for driving and operating the bookmobile on a regular basis. Greets and assists customers who enter and/or call the library. Responsible for all aspects of circulation duties. Provides 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. Provides basic reference services to customers of all ages. Runs various circulation reports and resolves issues. Inspects and performs maintenance of materials. Promotes all services and programs of the library.
• Substitutes in public service areas of the library at all ten branches and the bookmobile. Responsible for customer service and circulation duties in branches and/or on bookmobile. Responsible for driving and operating the Bookmobile on a regular basis. Assists with deliveries to Homebound patrons as needed. Assists with deliveries to branches as needed.
• Provides customer service concerning accounts. Explains policies and procedures regarding holds, overdues, and fines and fees and in reference to customer inquiry as to the status of their account. Performs circulation duties including checking materials in and out, renewing materials, registering customers for library cards, updating customer records, assessing damages to library materials, collecting money for fines and fees, and placing materials on hold as requested. Collects and keeps accurate records of fines, fees, and copier revenue and may prepare and make deposits. Assesses damaged materials and charges accounts. Uses judgement in deciding if justification for waiving fines/fees.
• Provides one-on-one assistance and instruction regarding library resources and service. Instructs customers in usage of library technology, such as the library catalog, databases, eReader/accessing downloadable titles, and copiers/scanners. Teaches customers to access the internet, use Microsoft software, create job applications and resumes, and utilize their online account including renewing materials and placing items on hold. Refers patrons to other resources when applicable. Troubleshoots computer, eReader, and Wi-Fi access issues. Responsible for explaining the Dewey Decimal System, library layout and location of collections to customers and volunteers.
• Provides basic reference services to customers of all ages. Establishes an effective dialogue to discern customer requests then recommends pertinent resources based on the customers’ needs and parameters. Assists the public in identifying and using both print and online resources, including databases and eBook.
• Maintains the library’s collections. Runs reports to organize and maintain the collections and to resolve issues of lost items, hold requests, and low circulation. Assists in the collection development process making recommendations of materials to be added to the collection. Assesses physical quality of materials and may perform general book repair. 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. Sorts items for shelving and routing.
• Promotes library services and programs. Refers customers to programs and print and online calendars and schedules. Collaborates with other library staff and partners in order to promote programs and resources at schools, businesses, and community events. Discerns patron interests and needs and is able to guide them to materials, programs, and services that meet their expectations. Conducts group tours and educates customers concerning a variety of library resources and services. Creates and maintains book displays that promote library materials, programs, and services.
• Performs a variety of functions daily to keep the library operational. 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. May process returned materials after hours and on Holidays in order to keep workflow up to date. Works in other library departments as needed.
Requires a valid SC driver's license. Requires the ability to lift, push, and pull up to 50 pounds. Requires standing for long periods, repetitive motions, walking, stooping, kneeling, and reaching. Must be able to work morning, afternoon, night and weekend hours including Sundays.
Application Deadline: 08/20/2017


Position Title: Administrative Assistant I (Part Time)
Grade: 104
Position #: 002153
Department: PROBATE COURT
Salary Range: 13,145.60
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - Prefer Associates Paralegal Degree or currently enrolled in a paralegal program, or experience in a medical field or in a court of public record, or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
  Minimum Qualification - See below.
Description:
  General receptionist and clerical duties in office of Probate Court. Reviews and examines legal and medical documents and pleadings. Requires attention to detail, word processing skills, filing, preparing files for scanning, ability to work with others, and demonstrates patience and respect to the public.
Application Deadline: 08/18/2017


Position Title: Administrative Assistant I
Grade: 104
Position #: 010060
Department: CLERK OF COURT
Salary Range: $26,303
   
Minimum Requirements:
  Minimum Education - High school diploma or equivalent supplemented by 9-12 months responsible administrative or clerical experience.
  Minimum Qualification - Preferred Experience:
Knowledge of Family Court, customer service
Description:
  Under general supervision, performs routine to difficult administrative and clerical work. Responsibilities include assisting the family court docketing clerk, scanning, filing and answering phone. Covers drive-thru and intake window as needed.
Related duties as required.
Application Deadline: 08/17/2017


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
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