Human Resources

County Job Openings


Position: Beaverhead County Fairgrounds Manager.

Accountable to: Beaverhead County Commissioners and Beaverhead County Fair Board.

Summary of work: This is a part-time position with increased duties during the spring, summer and fall months.  Schedules, coordinates, and oversees all activities at the fairgrounds. Maintains and cares for the grounds and buildings.  Oversees projects and events including the annual fair.  This job requires general knowledge of grounds keeping duties including the ability to prepare grounds for events held at the fairgrounds.  This job requires a commitment to act in a supervisorial role at several events including the annual Beaverhead County Fair.

Job requirements: This position requires knowledge of related fair activities and skills in management, supervision, scheduling and budgeting. Position is responsible for general upkeep and maintenance of the grounds, buildings, and structures within the Beaverhead Count Fairgrounds in Dillon, MT.  Manager is responsible for ensuring the grounds are attractive, safe, and prepared for a multitude of events.  Manager is responsible for identifying areas that need improvement or repair in addition to overseeing special maintenance/construction projects, winterization, and seasonal lawn care/irrigation.  Manager should be able to operate and maintain equipment such as tractors, arena grooming equipment, lawn mowers, and power tools.  The job requires the ability to effectively use hand and power tools, tractors, and grounds keeping equipment; to work independently; to prioritize and manage multiple tasks; to problem solve and apply time management skills; to establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with members of the public and other county staff.

Compensation: $12,000 per year with opportunities for advancement.

Job position will be opened until filled.

To apply, please direct a cover letter and resume with qualifications to the Beaverhead County Commissioners and Fair Board at 2 S Pacific St., Ste 4, Dillon, MT.



Beaverhead County is accepting applications for a Commission Support Specialist.  The individual must maintain an open customer service-oriented environment, cooperate with other County Departments and governmental entities, and keep accurate and timely records and information.

The Commission Support Specialist performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of County Commissioners’ goals and functions including, but not limited to, preparing correspondence, taking accurate minutes, County accounting and budgeting, asset management, Notary Public, and assisting the Commission with special projects. Computer knowledge of Microsoft Office software and general accounting procedures are required.

The pay is approximately $19.40 – $21.48/hour, depending on experience.  The County benefit plan including health insurance is available.  The value of the benefits package is approximately $9.75/hour.  A full job description and application is available at the Financial Administrator’s office and on the Beaverhead County website.  Application, resume and two (2) professional references are due to the Finance office by 3:00 p.m., Friday, May 20, 2022.

Click here for a complete job description.

For more information, contact the Beaverhead County Financial Administrator (406-683-3734) or Commissioner Administrative Assistant (406-683-3767).

Beaverhead County Weed District is accepting applications for Summer Weed Crew positions.

To apply: submit county application to the Beaverhead County Weed Office.  County application will be provided through the job service, can be picked up at the weed district office or found at the link and the bottom of the page.

This position involves managing noxious weeds through various integrated weed management practices, operating a variety of equipment including atvs, utvs, and trucks pulling trailers, handling, mixing, and applying herbicides, adherence to safety standards, and working outdoors.  Applicant must be 18 years of age as of May 21st, hold a valid driver’s license, and carry 25 pounds over rough terrain.  On the job training will be provided to successful applicants hired for the position.  Training will include: noxious weed identification, safety procedures including handling, mixing, and application of herbicides, atv/utv driver certification, first aid, and the opportunity to acquire a governmental applicators license.  Beaverhead County is an equal opportunity employer.

For more information, contact Amber Burch, Beaverhead County Weed Coordinator at 406-683-3790.


Name/Title Position Phone Email
Betty Tinsley Department Head (406) 683-3734 Email


8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM


(406) 683-3734


(406) 683-3772



2 South Pacific Street, Suite 2
Dillon, MT 59725