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JOB TITLE:                Veterans Affairs Officer

LOCATION:                Baldwin, MI

WAGE RANGE:         $17.21 - $21.86/hour

Lake County is seeking a highly-qualified individual for the position of Veterans Affairs Officer.

This is a part time hourly position working on average 28 hours per week.  Starting pay rate is commensurate with experience.

The Veterans Affairs Officer is responsible for the administration, direction and management of the Veterans Affairs Department. Performs a variety of duties related to supporting and furthering the interests of County Veterans, including providing advice to veterans, communicating with applicable government agencies, and researching legislation affecting veterans. Assists veterans and their families to obtain benefits to which they are entitled.

EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  Associates Degree in a human services field or related field.

Experience: Minimum three to five years of progressively more responsible work experience preferably in a closely related field.

Certifications and/or Licenses:  Current and valid State of Michigan driver’s license. Must obtain accreditation from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs within one year of employment and must maintain accreditation for the duration of employment. Must be able to obtain a PIV (Personal Identity Verification) card issued by the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs.

Any or all of the above may be substituted for commensurate experience and/or education or a combination thereof.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:           March 18, 2019 - 3:00pm

Application, resume, and cover letter should be submitted to:

Lake County Administration Office

800 Tenth Street, Suite 100

Baldwin, MI 49304

ejaehnig@co.lake.mi.us

Candidates desiring confidentiality of their interest, as allowed for and provided by Michigan law, must indicate such in their cover letter.

Lake County is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.


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JOB TITLE:                Emergency Management Director

LOCATION:                Baldwin, MI

WAGE RANGE:         $26,000 - $30,000

Lake County is seeking a highly-qualified individual for the position of Emergency Management Director.

This is a part time salaried position working on average 3 days/24 hours per week.  Salary commensurate with experience.

The Emergency Management Director is responsible for directing and coordinating the response to large scale emergencies and disasters that occur in the county including natural, technological, nuclear, domestic, homeland securities, and counter-terrorism incidents. This position is responsible for developing, implementing, and communicating plans for emergencies, updating emergency response plans and providing training to emergency workers.

EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  High school diploma with advanced coursework/seminars in Emergency Management, terrorism, hazardous materials, homeland security, and communications.

Experience: Four years’ experience in emergency preparedness, including experience in coordinating the planning efforts of multiple political jurisdictions or agencies. Prior experience with communication systems common to a county/emergency operations preferred.

Certifications and/or Licenses:  Certification as a Professional Emergency Manager [PEM] by the Michigan Department of State Police, Division of Emergency Management preferred.  Must possess a valid Michigan Driver's license.

Any or all of the above may be substituted for commensurate experience and/or education or a combination thereof.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:        February 15, 2019 - 3:00pm

Application, resume, and cover letter should be submitted to:

Lake County Administration Office

800 Tenth Street, Suite 100

Baldwin, MI 49304

ejaehnig@co.lake.mi.us

Candidates desiring confidentiality of their interest, as allowed for and provided by Michigan law, must indicate such in their cover letter.


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JOB TITLE:                911 Dispatcher

LOCATION:                Baldwin, MI

WAGE RANGE:         $33,965 - $40,964

Lake County is currently seeking applicants for 911 Dispatchers.

We have both full and part time positions available immediately.  Full time positions have a generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, short term disability insurance, a retirement plan, paid time off, and paid holidays.  Must be willing to work any shift, including weekends, holidays and overtime as the Lake County 911 Central Dispatch is a 24 hour/7 day a week operation.

These positions perform telephone call intake, and respond to requests for assistance by dispatching emergency personnel according to established protocols and procedures. Maintains contact with callers and responders to gather and relay information as needed. Provides emergency medical instructions as appropriate. Provides warrants or other information to public safety personnel as requested. Responds to callers with complaints or non-emergency requests by providing information or referrals.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  • Must be able to type accurately and efficiently with a minimum of 40 wpm
  • Must possess high level interpersonal skills to respond to callers during often difficult or stressful situations, convey detailed instructions and precise information, maintain effective contacts with responders and other personnel, and work cooperatively with others.
  • Must be able to remain calm under stress and maintain focus under pressure. Must be able to react appropriately to excited or hysterical callers. Must be able to convey by voice professional demeanor and authoritative command to maintain effective control of emergency situations.
  • Analytical abilities necessary to quickly determine nature of emergency and appropriate response , rapidly react to changing situations, read and interpret maps and detailed policies, and provide precise directions or instructions.

Basic skills testing, typing, and general aptitude testing is required for all candidates.  Pre-employment background investigation, including criminal background check, drug screening, and physical are required.

Applications can be submitted to:

Lake County Administration Office

800 Tenth Street, Suite 100

Baldwin, MI 49304

ejaehnig@co.lake.mi.us


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LAKE COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Positions: Road Patrol; Part-time Deputy Sheriff (multiple positions)

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for part-time Road Patrol-Deputy Sheriff positions. Currently, there are multiple positions open. After hiring, these part-time deputies are vetted for possible placement into future full-time Road Patrol deputy positions.

Wages for these part-time positions are defined by the Deputies union contract. The 2019 starting wage is $16.735 per hour. A part-time deputy is eligible for a wage increase after working 1040 hours. A second wage increase will be received after working an additional 1040 hours. Thereafter, a wage increase will be received for every 2080 hours worked until top deputy pay is reached.

Applicants being considered for employment will be required to pass oral board interview(s), a criminal background check, psychological examination, and physical examinations, which include a drug screen. If hired, an applicant must successfully complete a Field Training Program.

The acceptance of application packets will be on-going; however, the first round of consideration will be made on December 3rd, 2018 after 5pm. Application packets may be submitted after this date, but those submitted prior to the deadline may have preference.

JOB DESCRIPTION

As a member of the Sheriff's Road Patrol, a part-time Deputy Sheriff performs general duty police work in the protection of life and property throughout the county. Maintains law and order, prevents crime, deals with complaints, and renders emergency assistance to the public as a uniformed officer. May serve civil papers. Work is performed in accordance with departmental rules and regulations and standard methods and practices. A degree of independent initiative and judgment must be exercised by the employee under emergency conditions. The work may involve an element of danger.

REQUIREMENTS

The qualified candidate will have the following knowledge and skills:

The ability to quickly learn law enforcement methods, practices and procedures. Ability to gain a good working knowledge of applicable federal, state and local laws and to attain efficiency in the methods and practices of criminal investigation expected. Ability to carry out instructions and swiftly adopt an effective and sound course of action, as well as an ability to deal fairly and effectively with the public. Good powers of observation, sound judgment, good moral character, combined with excellent physical and mental condition, courage, strength and the ability to withstand stress required. Proficiency in the use of firearms. Must possess excellent verbal communication skills and be capable of adapting to potentially violent or unstable situations.

Required Education, Training, and Experience:

In order to apply, an applicant must be currently licensed and/or licensable through MCOLES. Applicants who are not currently licensed must be licensable by May 31st, 2019. Applicants who are currently licensed may be given preference during the hiring process.

In ordered to be hired, an applicant must be able to comply with the following MCOLES licensing standards.

https://www.michigan.gov/mcoles/0,4607,7-229--150169--,00.html

Please submit an employment application with attached release forms, resume, and cover letter by mail or email to:

Undersheriff Wesley L. Bierling

1153 Michigan Avenue

Baldwin, MI 49304

wbierling@co.lake.mi.us

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Suite 100
Baldwin, MI 49304

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ejaehnig@co.lake.mi.us

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