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APPLICATION FORMS

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POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Department:
Assessor
Starting Salary:
$20.41
Grade:
33
Date Posted:
Thursday, January 27, 2022
Application Deadline:
Thursday, February 10, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Appraises all types of real property, including residential (single-family and multifamily), new construction, commercial, agricultural and vacant property for tax assessment purposes.  Conducts field inspections on new or existing personal and business properties for property tax assessment.  Contacts property owners to collect data needed for the classification of land, buildings, mobile homes or other types of real property.  Conducts measurements, takes photographs and sketches area(s).  Makes quality judgments and special condition judgments of properties.  Determines economic area factors, neighborhood factors and land usability as variables for property tax assessment.  Interacts with citizens, establishes a good working rapport and provides information concerning market value and approaches taken and defends values during protest periods.  Assists with deed transfers and land splits.  Conducts informal hearings with taxpayers during the 30-day annual protest period, explains property valuation and procedures, and reviews individual accounts and makes recommendation for correction or denial.

May be required to analyze comparable properties to assist in the valuation process.  Prepares reports on field inspections to be used during the appraisal process.

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

One (1) year related experience and/or training; OR Bachelor’s Degree in a related field such as economics, finance, mathematics, business or real estate law; OR equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License. 

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Clerk and Recorder
Starting Salary:
$16.20
Grade:
30
Date Posted:
Monday, January 24, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Performs a variety of duties to assist the public through registration of qualified voters, assisting in preparation of the elections process, maintaining voting rolls and records and ensuring work performed is accurate and timely submitted to the State.  Assists with all elections, under the jurisdiction of the Clerk and Recorder, by ordering supplies, arranging Vote Centers, assists with the final count of the votes including receiving, processing and filing ballots and election materials upon closing of the polls.  Assists with election equipment such as Central Count Scanners, ICX’s, tally databases and maintains election archiving.  Maintains, repairs and performs diagnostic tests on voting machines.  Registers qualified voters and assigns qualified voters to the proper district.  Enters qualified electors into the computer system ensuring all information is accurate.  Processes online voter registrations and registrations from voter drives.  Assists with the development of the ballot.  Ensures ballots are properly addressed to registered voters within the Counties defined precincts and tax districts.  Processes ballots when received via mail by scanning the envelope for tracking purposes and scanning the completed ballot into the election equipment.  Assists and or maintains public records of voter registration books and rolls.  Files materials according to established systems.  Processes and files materials necessary to meet registration and election dates in accordance with Federal, State and local laws.  Submits information (with supervision) to the Secretary of State’s office.  Assists with the Petition process ensuring Federal, State and locals laws are followed and met.  Processes a completed petition such as verification of signatures. 

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

Level II:  High School diploma or general education degree (GED); or one (1) to two (2) years related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.  Becoming election certified through Secretary of State’s office.

Must be able to pass CBI background check. Must be a registered voter in the State of Colorado.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Clerk and Recorder
Starting Salary:
$16.20
Grade:
30
Date Posted:
Monday, January 24, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Performs a variety of duties to assist the public in the issuance of Motor Vehicle and off highway vehicle titles, registrations, license plates, Persons with Disabilities placards and the purging and titling of manufactured homes, ensuring the work performed is accurate, timely and properly submitted to the State following all applicable regulations, statutes and laws. Determines the required acceptable documents submitted for each type of transaction.  Enters the data into the State computer system or returns incomplete paperwork to the customer with a detailed explanation of what is required without providing legal guidance. Assists with processing and rejecting renewals received by mail, online and delivery. Inputs the information into the State computer system, prints new registrations, issues tabs, stuffs envelopes and returns the renewals by mail timely.  This includes, may not be limited to 2% Rentals, Special Mobile Machinery, fleets, dealers and bulk renewals. Assists with processing and rejecting liens and titles submitted from car dealerships or banks by mail and delivery from the back office when no customers are in the lobby.  Makes certain all required paperwork is properly executed and correct fees have been submitted.  If rejecting, ensures all areas have been checked and any and all problems have been addressed to prevent future rejects. Performs record searches and completes paperwork on manufactured home files that are requesting to be purged, sent in through the lien desk, when no customers are in the lobby.  Follows up with the proper contacts and ensures it is completed to the end and eventually recorded in the Recording Department for public access and permanent retention. Assists in receiving, preparing, stocking and maintaining the inventory system of license plates and tabs to ensure accountability.  Reports any discrepancies to the Supervisor immediately. Responsible for staying informed of any and all changes in new legislation, laws, statutes, forms and regulations mandated by both the State and County.  Must review and acknowledge information provided by the supervisor through regular routing or electronic means. Assists in the Election Department when required and possibly becoming State certified in Elections by the direction of the County Clerk, Chief Deputy, and/or Election Director. Following up on correspondence and corrections with any State or County title rejects, ensuring each application is corrected and filed in a timely manner. Assists with balancing the cash drawer daily, checking accuracy of all monies collected including cash, check and credit cards to verify with the bookkeeper. May assist in training new personnel.

Qualifications:

Level II – High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one (1) to two (2) years related experience and or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Must be currently employed as a DMV Clerk I. Must have no formal or informal disciplinary actions in the past 12 months. Must have completed all title training with the Trainer. Must have minimal to no questions when title work is presented. Must be willing to call the Title Queue before calling the Registration Queue. Must have completed all title training provided by the State DMV. Must have minimal to no title work corrections within the last 6 months

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.  Becoming election certified through Secretary of State’s office.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$27.76
Grade:
37
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 6:30am

Summary:

This position is responsible for implementation of the school-based resource liaison program in the Cañon City RE-1 school district in elementary schools.  The primary role of this position is linking child and family servicing agencies through the schools to families in support of the student’s academic, emotional, behavioral and social success.  Participates in suspension, truancy, expulsion and any other school or family meetings as requested.  Works closely with mental health and substance use providers to ensure the identified needs of the student or family are met and not duplicated.  Provides training and support to school district staff regarding services and support available in the community, referring and connecting youth and families to resources available.  Identifies and reports child abuse and neglect. 

In addition, this position will be a back-up trainer for parenting classes and will be available as a back-up in supervised parenting time when school is not in session.       

Qualifications:

Education and or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field.  Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques. Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.  Three years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$22.04 - $25.71
Grade:
34/35/36
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 12:30am

Summary:

This position provides on-going services for families where child abuse or neglect is present in order to resolve these circumstances,  which may include performing child abuse investigations, removing the involved children until the dangerous conditions are corrected, and arranging for long term or permanent placement when living in the home continues to be unsafe.  Provides individual or family counseling on an ongoing basis to adolescent aged children and their parents who are experiencing severe problems in the parent-child relationships. Conducts investigations on abuse or neglect complaints to assess the need for protection of children.  Monitors progress of clients and modifies case plan as needed. Provides immediate short-term counseling or crisis intervention to stabilize the critical situation and to delay or prevent the removal of a family member. Makes collateral contacts with such community resources as law enforcement and medical personnel to obtain additional information. Participates in staffing with school, mental health facilities, child protection review teams, and other professionals involved with the family members. Attends court hearings.

Qualifications:

Level I- Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field. Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques.  Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.   Level II – Minimum of one year of full-time professional caseworker experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency.  Level III – Two years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Sheriff
Starting Salary:
$18.90
Grade:
32
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Monday, February 14, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Position serves as the first and last level of defense for entry/exit points of the Detention Center.  Responsible for monitoring control panels for cameras and doors within the jail and courthouse; operates the CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigations) computer terminal.  Controls and monitors all security cameras (internal and external) at the Detention Center and Courthouse facilities.  Operates the control center by controlling all entry and exit into the secure perimeter of the Detention Center through entry and exit portals, sally ports, controlled areas and the courthouse.  Monitors and clears alarms for life safety systems through active observation of the fire and water system control panels.  Maintains the control and release of security keys, vehicle keys and impound keys.  Receives warrants from courts, entering appropriate codes into computer system.  Files and prepares working copies for deputies, communicates bonding information and cancels warrants when appropriate.  Verifies information on inmates being released, job applicants, volunteers, visitors and blasting permit applicants with regard to driver’s license, warrants and criminal history reports.  Maintains a daily log of all incoming and outgoing agencies, attorneys, and volunteers through the facility. Will log all movements of the inmates to courts, treatment and other activities.  Answers all incoming telephone lines and directs calls to proper department or employee.  Transfers calls requesting the assistance of Patrol Deputies to the Regional Dispatch Center for processing.  Provides general information to the public and to visitors.  Master Control Operators may assist Detention Deputies with searching and dressing out inmates of the same gender.  When acting in this capacity, the Master Control Operators assume all authority held by Detention Deputies.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent required.   Minimum of three (3) months related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.   Required certifications within six (6) months of employment: 

Operator Security Number (OSN), Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC), National Crime Information

Center (NCIC).  First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training required.  Must be 21 years of

age.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$23.80 - $27.76
Grade:
35/36/37
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 12:00am

Summary:

This position is responsible for the education, promotion, preparation, and facilitation of a continuum of meetings in the child welfare unit.  Responsible for ensuring that decisions are made as a team, keeping in mind safety, permanency, and well-being of all children involved with child welfare, through a family-centered and strengths-based approach.  Tracks and monitors outcomes to ensure program integrity is maintained.

Qualifications:

Level II – Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field.  Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques. Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development. Minimum of one year of full-time professional caseworker experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency.  Level III – Two years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience. Level IV - Minimum of one-year full time, paid experience obtained in a social services agency at a Case Worker III Level.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$23.80 - $27.76
Grade:
35/36/37
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This is a specialized position providing any combination of Core Services primarily in the home of the client.  This position provides a variety of services including therapeutic intervention typically with all family members, concrete services, collateral services and crisis intervention directed to meet the needs of the child and family, to improve family communication, functioning and relationships.  Works with families in the Core Services Program to help them obtain the skills necessary to keep the family intact and safe.  This includes teaching basic skills such as parenting, problem solving, etc., in addition to helping them access community resources and helping them with crisis intervention. Helps the family to be able to make the needed changes without becoming dependent on the system; this includes helping with motivational and self-esteem skills.  Provides direct therapeutic services on an ongoing basis to children and their parents who are experiencing severe problems in the parent-child relationships.  Provides immediate short-term counseling or crisis intervention to stabilize the critical situation and to delay or prevent the removal of a

family member. Conducts investigations on abuse or neglect complaints to assess the need for protection of children. Monitors progress of clients and modifies case plan as needed.  Takes immediate measures to place children in protective custody should the situation warrant such outside intervention.  Attends court hearings; confers with lawyers, children, parents, witnesses and significant others in reference to their respective roles.  Testimony must be prepared for many court appearances and the making of recommendations to the court in the form of treatment plans.

Qualifications:

Level II:  Education and or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field.  Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques. Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.  Minimum of one year of full-time professional caseworker experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency. Substitutions: A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for the required work experience.  A BSW and Field Placement with any Colorado Department of Human Services will substitute for one year full time casework experience.  Level III – Two years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience. Level IV - Minimum of one-year full time, paid experience obtained in a social services agency at a Case Worker III Level.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.  

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$20.41 - $22.04
Grade:
33/34
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Provides a variety of case management and support functions for the Child Care Subsidy Programs.  Provides educational information of childcare resources and refers applicants to other Department or community  resources for other services if appropriate. Trains new employees in low income and special circumstance childcare procedures.  Assists clients and providers in maintaining cooperative working relationships around childcare arrangements .  Determines fiscal compliance for childcare subsidies working with eligibility case manager, providers, and State CCCAP personnel.

Qualifications:

Level I:  Education and or Experience: Bachelor’s Degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences or related field. Substitutions Level I:  Full-time, paid professional, high-level technical or para-professional work experience that provided the same kind, amounts, and level of knowledge obtained through the required education may substitute year for year the Bachelor’s Degree. Promotional Purposes Only:  Actual full-time paraprofessional or technical experience in a public services agency may substitute for the educational requirement on a year for year basis. 

Level II:  Education and or Experience:  Bachelor’s Degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences or related field.  Minimum of one year full-time, paid professional work experience obtained in a social services agency at the Case Manager Level I. 

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.  

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$22.04 - $25.71
Grade:
34/35/36
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position provides intake services for families where child abuse or neglect is present in order to resolve these circumstances, which may include performing child abuse investigations, removing the involved children until the dangerous conditions are corrected, and arranging for long term or permanent placement when living in the home continues to be unsafe.  Conducts investigations on abuse or neglect complaints to assess the need for protection of children.  Monitors progress of clients and modifies case plan as needed. Provides immediate short-term counseling or crisis intervention to stabilize the critical situation and to delay or prevent the removal of a family member. Makes collateral contacts with such community resources as law enforcement and medical personnel to obtain additional information. Participates in staffing with school, mental health facilities, child protection review teams, and other professionals involved with the family members. Attends court hearings 

Qualifications:

Level I- Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field. Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques.  Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.   Level II – Minimum of one year of full-time professional caseworker experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency.  Level III – Two years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$18.90 - $22.04
Grade:
32/33/34
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position determines ongoing eligibility of applicants for Old Age Pension, Aid to the Needy Disabled Programs, Medicaid Programs and Long-Term Care programs, as well as Food Assistance associated with the household.  This position performs duties that entail handling difficult cases involving income trusts cases, spousal impoverishment and community spouse allowance for nursing home residents’ cases and working with financial institutions, financial advisors and the legal profession.  Position may also determine initial eligibility for clients.  Determines eligibility for these programs by interpreting rules, regulations, and policies governing each program area.  Authorizes continuation, reduction, or termination of benefits when the recipient’s determined to be ineligible for the level of benefits received.  Assists clients in completing forms.  Secures verification of eligibility factors such as income, resources, identity, age, citizenship, residence, and social security number. Assists clients in interpretation and preparation of legal forms in order to establish an Income Trust to become eligible for Nursing Home or Long Term Care.  Provides a resource assessment and assists clients and their spouses in the transfer of assets according to the rules and regulations pertaining to spousal protection.  Calculates the minimum monthly maintenance allowance for the community spouse. Completes and prepares all attorneys referral forms for income trust cases.  Each case presents unique circumstances and must be looked at for varying eligibility criteria. 

Qualifications:

Level I:  Education and or Experience:  Graduation from high school or GED equivalency.  One year full time, paid or unpaid, experience involving extensive public contact. Substitutions:  Satisfactory completion of appropriate course work obtained beyond high school may substitute for the required experience on a month for month basis. Level II:  Education and or Experience:  Graduation from high school or GED equivalency.  Two (2) years full time responsible office clerical or extensive public contact experience, or one year at a Level I in a Social Services Agency. Substitutions: Successful completion of an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in business, behavioral science, or appropriately related field may substitute for the required experience on a year for year basis.  Level III:  One year at a Level II in a Social Services Agency.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Facilities
Starting Salary:
$15.00
Grade:
29
Date Posted:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, February 8, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Performs all levels of sanitation to the Counties public buildings and structures.  To accomplish these tasks the incumbent will comply with safety standards involving sanitation processes and public buildings taking into consideration County employees and the public.  Cleaning and sanitizing restrooms.  Clean, dust and wipe furniture, shelves, brass, metal or woodwork; sweep, mop or vacuum floors; empty waste receptacles; refill toilet paper and paper towel dispensers.  Strip, clean buff and apply floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, as needed.  Vacuum and shampoo carpets, as needed.  Wash walls and equipment.  Wash interior and exterior windows and clean blinds.  Locking and or unlocking assigned buildings, as needed.  Laundering rags and dust mops.  Use and maintenance of assigned power equipment tools such as floor scrubbers, carpet extractors, burnishes, vacuum, etc.  Proper placement of hazard signs in work areas to ensure the safety of employees and public patrons.  Use and maintenance of assigned non-power equipment and tools such as brooms, mops, squeegees for the general cleaning and maintenance of floors, walls and furniture.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one (1) to three (3) months related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

 

Valid Colorado Driver's License required.  Must pass a limited background investigation, post offer/pre-

Employment drug screen, physical and backscreen.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.