Madison County Calendar


Job Openings as of 07-31-2014

3105-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Emergency Telecommunicator I (PT)
LOCATION:E-911 Center


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3105-PF
OPENING DATE: 05/13/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Under general supervision, answers emergency 911 and non emergency telephone calls, determines nature and urgency of call and dispatches appropriate personnel and equipment. Receive, log, and relay information in varied and often critical situations. Performs clerical duties required to document calls and compile reports. Hours and shifts will vary from week to week.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Considerable knowledge of the road system and geography of the community and county and have a working knowledge of the Madison County Fire System. Must obtain and become certified in Emergency Medical and Fire Dispatch Certification within 3 months of hiring. Requires 30 wpm typing skills, and computer literacy. Must pass Computer Integrated Dispatch test with minimum score of 80%. Must have the ability to speak clearly in a well-modulated voice and must be able to deal with the public in an acceptable manner. Requires some background in emergency medicine and a valid Alabama driverís license. A drug test and physical exam will be given, including a hearing test.

SALARY:

$12.20/hour




2966-A_OPEN

POSITION: Crossing Guard (PT)
LOCATION:Madison County Schools


ANNOUNCEMENT: 2966-A
OPENING DATE: 09/11/2012
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Person in this position will assist children in safely crossing roads, and will also direct traffic. Work will require standing for an hour at a time in varied weather conditions. Hours of work will vary, approximately four hours per day, which will include travel time.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Applicant must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical exam. Must be available to attend daytime training sessions, and have a valid Alabama Driverís License.

SALARY:

$8.85/hr.




3140-PF_20140805

POSITION: Juvenile Probation Officer I
LOCATION:Detention Home


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3140-PF
OPENING DATE: 07/29/2014
CLOSING DATE: 08/05/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Under the appointment of the Presiding Juvenile Court Judge, employee performs juvenile probation and/or juvenile intake duties. Receives complaints; considers the commencement of proceedings; makes investigations, reports, and recommendations; supervises juveniles under orders of the juvenile court; makes referrals for services; and performs other duties as designated by law or as directed by the court. Refers to the DHR for investigations, reports and recommendations of complaints and allegations of dependency, or children in need of supervision when so specified by the policies and procedures of the court. Performs such other functions as are designated by Alabama law or as directed by the court.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with children and their families, and with agencies serving children in the community. Ability to communicate well both orally and in writing. Ability to use a typewriter and computer. Baccalaureate degree with a major in behavioral science, social work, psychology, administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Experience in providing services to children and adolescents. Education or equivalent experience to demonstrate knowledge of the juvenile justice system and an understanding of child and adolescent psychology. Advanced educational degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for experience requirements. Must pass drug screen.

SALARY:

$ 26,665.60 annually




1859-A_OPEN

POSITION: Detention Officer
LOCATION:Sheriffís Department


ANNOUNCEMENT: 1859-A
OPENING DATE: 03/10/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Security work in the County Jail/Annex, maintaining order and supervising prisoners. Maintains security and supervises movement, conduct, work, discipline, recreation, and custody of prisoners. Inspect quarters, facilities, and work locations. Processes incoming prisoners and maintains records.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be at least 21 years of age with high school diploma or GED. Must be a U.S. citizen or have proof of naturalization. Must have a valid driverís license with a good driving record and be able to pass a physical exam and drug test. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background investigation.

SALARY:

$26,020.80 annually




3139-A_20140805

POSITION: Assistant County Engineer I
LOCATION:Water Dept.


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3139-A
OPENING DATE: 07/29/2014
CLOSING DATE: 08/05/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

This position is professional engineering work in the location, surveying, designing, constructing and maintenance of county roads and bridges. Employee will assist the County engineer in giving technical advice to the Board of Commissioners in engineering matters relating to county roads and bridges. Employee will assist and coordinate design, modification, inspection and implementation of water engineering projects. Work involves supervision of subordinate personnel. This employee should be able to solve most engineering problems alone with assistance from the County Engineer only on matters of policy.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination and experience equivalent to graduation from a four year college or university with specialization in civil engineering. Registration as PE desirable. Extensive knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering. Considerable knowledge of public management principles. Ability to plan, direct and supervise the work of engineering subordinates. Must be able to establish and maintain effective relationships with subordinates, other agencies and the public. Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Knowledge of principles and practices of municipal water treatment and distribution required. May require working in inclement weather; working after normal hours; manual operation of equipment and valves; and climbing of and entry into water tanks for inspection purposes. Must pass pre-employment physical and drug screen.

SALARY:

$44,782.40 - $54,558.40 annually (DOE)




3134-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Juvenile Supervisor (F/T)
LOCATION:Robert Neaves Detention Center


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3134-PF
OPENING DATE: 07/10/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Candidates for this position shall be responsible for supervising all activities of residents at the Neaves/Davis Center for Children, as well as ensuring all documentation in the daily log books are legible and correct. Examples of this position will be to supervise residents on any given shift, such as daily activities, recreational periods, school, personal cleanliness and other periods as scheduled. Employee observes the behavior of, counsels with and provides information about residents detained. Employees must be able to preserve order and deal with disciplinary problems if required. This necessitates physical agility and strength, as well as a controlled but firm manner in dealing with residents in detention. Work assignments are on a shift basis (day or night), and may include weekends and holidays. Shifts may be subject to rotation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Must have a valid Alabama Driverís License. A physical examination and a drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$21,861.63 annually




3111-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Juvenile Supervisor (P/T)
LOCATION:Robert Neaves-Davis Center


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3111-PR
OPENING DATE: 03/19/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Candidates for this position shall be responsible for supervising all activities of residents at the Neaves/Davis Center for Children, as well as ensuring all documentation in the daily log books are legible and correct. Examples of this position will be to supervise residents on any given shift, such as daily activities, recreational periods, school, personal cleanliness and other periods as scheduled. Employee observes the behavior of, counsels with and provides information about residents detained. Employees must be able to preserve order and deal with disciplinary problems if required. This necessitates physical agility and strength, as well as a controlled but firm manner in dealing with residents in detention. Work assignments are on a shift basis (day or night), and many include weekends and holidays. Shifts are subject to rotation and employee may be placed on-call for emergency situations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Must have a valid Alabama Driverís License. A physical examination and a drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$8.95/hr.




3035-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Van Driver (P/T)
LOCATION:Madison County Locations


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3035-PF
OPENING DATE: 05/01/2013
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Drive the Madison County TRAM van to provide public transportation for community citizens. Coordinate passenger schedules and maintain records.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to interact with a wide variety of people, and provide care and assistance to passengers. Must be able to read, write, and speak the English language. Requires knowledge of streets and geography of the county and city. Must take and successfully pass a pre-employment D.O.T. drug test and a D.O.T. physical exam.

SALARY:

$10.00/hr.




3138-PF_20140731

POSITION: Property Collection Clerk I
LOCATION:Courthouse


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3138-PF
OPENING DATE: 07/24/2014
CLOSING DATE: 07/31/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

This employee will process tax payments and verify for accuracy, enter data into the computer, answers taxpayerís questions, both in person and by telephone, supports clerical staff as required, must be able to balance daily drawers, and researches and makes phone calls on delinquent accounts. Must be willing to work at Courthouse as well as satellite offices.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be able to type 50 wpm and be proficient on a 10-key calculator. (Tested) Must be willing to complete all requirements of the Ad Valorem Staff Development Program with the State of Alabama Department of Revenue. Minimum one year responsible clerical experience preferred. A drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$19,822.40 annually