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SHERIDAN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS

Open Position:  Administrative Assistant                                                                    

Salary Range:  $17.88 to $18.78 an hour, DOE

Benefits:  Medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, term life insurance, Wyoming Retirement Program, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays.

Position Summary:  This position performs administrative/facilities duties in support of fairgrounds operations.

MAJOR DUTIES

  •    Prepares invoices and processes payments; processes accounts payable; records bank deposits; balances petty cash fund.
  •    Provides excellent customer service to a wide variety of individuals and organizations.
  •    Schedules and provides leases for fairground events.
  •    Prepares event packets; prepares event information sheets.
  •    May Assist in out of office work on the grounds such as helping to clean buildings and facilities before and after events, painting, assisting users with stalls, grounds work, cleaning stalls.
  •    Maintains event calendar.
  •    Assists in the organization and running of fair events (Hours of work may be adjusted during events).
  •    Prepares the minutes of Board meetings; prepares agenda packets; sets-up meeting room.
  •    Maintains/monitors website and Social Media sites
  •    Answers telephone and greets visitors; provides information and assistance; takes messages; directs to appropriate personnel.
  •    Maintains inventory of equipment and supplies.
  •    Performs other related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

  •    Knowledge of Quick Books
  •    Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
  •    Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles.
  •    Knowledge of personal computers and job-related software programs.
  •    Skill in the provision of customer services.
  •    Skill in analyzing problems and identifying solutions.
  •    Skill in establishing cooperative and productive working relationships.
  •    Skill in performing mathematical calculations.
  •    Skill in operating computers and other standard office equipment.
  •    Skill in interpersonal relations.
  •    Skill in oral and written communication.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  •    Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education.
  •    Experience in Quick Books applications.
  •    Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.
  •    Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent.
  •    Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.

For additional information please contact Human Resources at 307-675-2912.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:  humanresources@sheridancounty.com or

                                                                         224 South Main St Suite B-1, Sheridan WY 82801

This position will close on 12/02/2022 at 5pm.

Sheridan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT

Open Position:  Deputy District Court Clerk                                                                            

Salary:  $33,698.99

Benefits:  Medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, term life insurance, Wyoming Retirement Program, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays.

Position Summary Performs clerical and customer service duties in support of the operations of the District Court.

MAJOR DUTIES:

  •    Prepares, assembles, and checks court documents; establishes and maintains case files, including but not limited to documents for civil, probate, juvenile, adoption, involuntary hospitalization, appeals, jury trial, shelter care, and criminal cases.
  •    Prepares and routes notices according to required procedures; calendars court dates and confirms court arrangements; notifies interested and concerned individuals regarding court proceedings.
  •    Processes pro se packets related to divorce, custody and support, guardianship, and name changes; acts as liaison between individuals representing themselves and the court.
  •    Enters and retrieves data through the case management system; prepares record checks by searching indexes and/or documents to obtain and verify information.
  •    Performs follow-up work subsequent to court sessions; distributes judicial orders; prepares and routes certified copies and maintains payment schedules.
  •    Schedules and tracks deadlines to move cases forward and meet procedural requirements.
  •    Issues subpoenas for law enforcement and witnesses.
  •    Processes bench warrants, petitions to revoke, and orders to show cause documents; prepares transcripts for appeals; processes judgments; posts judgment pleadings and all other court orders.
  •    Verifies the legitimacy of requests for access to court information; ensures confidential information is redacted in the public file.
  •    Manages jury selection and excusal.
  •    Monitors and maintains District Court files; locates and tracks files.
  •    Performs accounting functions; processes end-of-day reports and balances daily receipts; prepares bank deposits; receives, documents, and releases fees and other payments; receives and disburses child support payments.
  •    Performs other related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:

  •    Knowledge of court policies and procedures.
  •    Knowledge of modern office management practices, procedures, and equipment.
  •    Knowledge of confidentiality rules and standards.
  •    Knowledge of computers and job-related software programs.
  •    Knowledge of Wyoming State Statutes, legal terminology, and legal principles and procedures.
  •    Ability to organize and prioritize duties, handle multiple tasks all while serving consistent interruptions.
  •    Ability to learn and understand court policies and procedures, state statutes, legal concepts, principals and terminology.
  •    Skill in performing basic mathematical calculations.
  •    Skill in report preparation and records maintenance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  •    Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent.
  •    Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.

For additional information please contact Human Resources at 307-675-2912.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:  humanresources@sheridancounty.com or

224 South Main St Suite B-1, Sheridan WY 82801

This position is open until filled.

Sheridan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Sheridan County Fairgrounds

Open Position: Fairgrounds Maintenance Operator

Hiring Range: $16.20 to $17.45 an hour DOE.  Full-Time

Benefits:  Medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, term life insurance, Wyoming Retirement Program, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays.

Position Summary: This position is responsible for assisting in the maintenance and operations of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Minimum Job Requirements:  Experience working with the public, event experience, equipment operations, facility maintenance, working in various weather conditions.

MAJOR DUTIES:

  • Prepares fairground facilities for events (Cleans/maintains public buildings/restrooms, Animal stalls/pens)
  • Assists in enforcing rules and regulations of the fairground and facilities.
  • Maintains facilities and equipment; performs repairs; makes recommendations for professional services, when necessary.
  • Maintains Grounds (Mowing, weed trimming, Racking, Sweeping, Snow removal)
  • Equipment Operation (Mower, Tractor, Skid steer)
  • Handles immediate repairs and clean-ups.
  • Performs routine and special maintenance of vehicles and equipment.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Deadline to apply is November 18, 2022. 

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:  humanresources@sheridancounty.com or

224 South Main St Suite B-1, Sheridan WY 82801

Sheridan County is an equal opportunity employer.



AIRPORT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN, perform routine building maintenance, janitorial services, snow removal, grounds keeping and repair work in the upkeep and safe operation of the Sheridan County Airport. Will receive training for Aircraft-Rescue-Firefighting techniques. Possession of, eligibility for, an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) certification in the State of Wyoming and a valid Wyoming motor vehicle operator’s license.  Work schedule is 4 -10’s/week, varying rotating shifts, overtime required during inclement weather, special projects, emergencies, etc.  Work is performed indoors/outdoors in all weather conditions and in close proximity to mechanized equipment, aircraft, machinery and other potentially hazardous conditions.  Sheridan County Airport participates in a random drug and alcohol testing program and the successful applicant will undergo a criminal history background check. Starting salary range DOE, plus an excellent benefit package.  EOE.  Application can be found at www.sheridancountyairport.com. Send resume and references to: Office of the Airport Manager, Sheridan County Airport, 908 West Brundage Lane, 82801. Airport Job Application must be attached to Resume`. Applications accepted until filled.


Sheridan County Attorney

Open Position:  Deputy County Attorney                                                                              

Department:  County Attorney, Sheridan County                                   

Reports To: Sheridan County Attorney

Salary Range: $74,264.38 to $90,483.94 DOE

Job Summary:  This position assists in the provision of legal services to the Sheridan County government.

Benefits: Medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, eyecare insurance, term life insurance, Wyoming Retirement Program, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays.

MAJOR DUTIES:

  •    Prosecutes misdemeanor and felony level crimes on behalf of the State of Wyoming including drafting and responding to motions, writing legal briefs, appearing in circuit and district courts, and trying cases in jury and bench trials
  •    Prepares and argues criminal case appeals from the Circuit Court to the District Court and at times to the Wyoming Supreme Court.
  •    Initiates and represents the State in legal pleadings for confidential juvenile actions and collaborates with other agencies via multi-disciplinary team meetings.
  •    Performs other related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:

  •    Knowledge of state, federal, and local ordinances, statues, and regulations.
  •    Knowledge of County policies, practices, procedures, codes and other local provisions.
  •    Knowledge of the rules and ethics governing civil and criminal law and procedure.
  •    Skill in conducting research, interpreting statutes, and drafting legal pleadings and other documents.
  •    Skill in negotiating.
  •    Trial practice skills for the prosecution of cases before a judge and a jury.
  •    Skill in using a computer and internet and based research tools.

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:  The County Attorney assigns work in terms of department goals and objectives.  The work is reviewed through conferences, reports, and observation of department activities.

GUIDELINES:  Guidelines include state statutes; state and federal case law; state hunting and fishing regulations; state department of transportation regulations; rules of professional conduct; national standards; and state rules of criminal and civil procedures. These guidelines require judgment, selection, and interpretation in application. 

SCOPE AND EFFECT:  The purpose of this position is to provide legal counsel to the County government, to meet the legal goals of county departments, and to perform the duties of a public prosecutor at the felony and misdemeanor levels. Successful performance ensures that county operations comply with all applicable requirements and results in the goal of seeking justice.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduation from an accredited school of law with a Juris Doctorate Degree
  • Current member of the Wyoming State Bar.
  • Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems, usually associated with one to three years’ experience or service.
  • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Wyoming for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

Position is open until filled.

For additional information please contact Human Resources, Sheridan County at 307-675-2912.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO: humanresources@sheridancountywy.gov or Human Resources 224 South Main Street STE B-1, Sheridan WY 82801

Sheridan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Open Position:  Deputy Clerk, Full-Time

Salary:  $33,698.99

Benefits:  Medical insurance and prescription drug coverage, dental insurance, eye care insurance, term life insurance, Wyoming Retirement Program, vacation and sick leave, and paid holidays.                                                                      

Position Summary:   This position performs a variety of administrative and clerical duties as needed to expedite the efficient and effective delivery of public services in support of the County Clerk and Recorder, which is an elected position.   Performs clerical functions specific to motor vehicle titling, record retention, public records, document filing and recording, marriage licensing, elections, and other statutory duties.  

MAJOR DUTIES:

  • Motor Vehicles
    • Receives, reviews, and processes title applications, security agreements, financial statements, and UCCs; assists citizens in the completion of motor vehicle title applications; calculates factory price; reviews forms and documents to verify accuracy and completeness; collects appropriate fees; follows established guidelines to perfect or release title liens.
    • Performs a variety of title transactions; obtains information from available manuals and resources; performs and executes lien filings; processes documents by receipting, dating, indexing, and providing official numbers; sorts and files documents and reports.
  • Land and Document Recording
    • Processes requests from the public related to the recording of recordable documents and the execution of conveyances; verifies required statutory information; receipts the time and date when document is received; assigns type of document, recording and indexing codes and numbers; scans in the documents; indexes grantors, grantees and legal descriptions; enters and retrieves data related to recordings of various documents; updates permanent database and indexes according to established procedures; assures accuracy of completed entries.
    • Follows established procedures related to UCCs and state or federal tax liens or releases; works with the public, title companies, and others to identify the status of properties; prepares and issues receipts; certifies copies of recorded documents; mails recorded documents as required.
    • Participates in the document archiving process; organizes, scans, proofs, disposes of, and stores documents according to established guidelines; oversees schedules for records and documents; prepares documents for county and state archives.
    • Assists customers and provides information related to the record system.
  • Balances cash drawer daily; performs review of revenue and balancing functions; monitors and conducts balancing processes to verify accuracy of deposits amounts; ensures daily balancing of collections and deposits for all cash drawers.
  • Assists with the marriage application and licensing.
  • Assists with the election process.
  • Performs other statutory duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:

  • Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of records management.
  • Knowledge of computers and job-related software systems.
  • Knowledge of modern filing system.
  • Skill in operating such office equipment as a calculator, typewriter, copier, credit card machine, and facsimile machine.
  • Skill in performing basic mathematical calculations.
  • Skill in meeting deadlines.
  • Skill in report preparation and records maintenance.
  • Skill in public and interpersonal relations.
  • Skill in oral and written communication.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  •    Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education.
  •     Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.
  •     Ability to be bonded.
  •     Ability to readily obtain Notary Public certification.
  • Must meet all statutory requirements to be a qualified elector (registered voter) and be willing to be a registered elector (registered voter).

For additional information please contact Human Resources at 307-675-2912.

SEND RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO:  humanresources@sheridancounty.com or

224 South Main St Suite B-1, Sheridan WY 82801

This position will remain open until filled.

Sheridan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office

Job Title:  Detention Deputy

Position Summary: The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for the position of detention deputy. We offer a competitive step and grade pay scale, and a very comprehensive benefit package that includes affordable health insurance, vacation, sick leave and participation in the statewide retirement system.

Job duties include inmate supervision, inmate transport, inmate booking and maintaining safety and security within the facility. Further inquiries may be directed to the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office at 672-3455 or 672-5623.

To apply for this position, please email a completed Job Application with a cover letter and resume to sheriff@sheridancountysheriff.com. Applications can also be printed and delivered to: Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office, 54 W. 13th Street, Sheridan, WY 82801.

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer and the detention deputy position requires a thorough background check.