County Job Openings
Deputy Clerk of District Court
Summary of work: Receives, records, and researches documents and fees for the court, both manually and electronically; prepares reports; issues marriage licenses; serves as deputy jury commissioner; notarizes signatures; processes passport applications.
To apply: Contact Job Service, 2201 White Blvd., Butte, MT 59701, phone 406/494-0300 until 5:00 p.m. on June 5, 2020. County application, typing test, resume, and 3 references required. Applicants must be bondable. A background check may be done.
Deadline: Friday, June 5, 2020.
Date of Hire: approximately July 1, 2020
Beaverhead County Fair Manager
Plans, organizes, schedules, and coordinates all activities at the Fairgrounds. This position requires knowledge of related fair activities, management supervision, and budgeting. This position requires skills in planning, organizing, scheduling, accounting, maintenance, and dealing with people. The job requires knowledge and use of machinery, farm equipment, and related implements. Compensation is $8,500 per year starting, this position is supervised by the Beaverhead County Commissioners and the Fair Board. The position is open until filled.
A full job description is available here.
To apply, please direct a cover letter and resume with qualifications to the Beaverhead County Commissioners and Fair Board at 2 S. Pacific, Dillon, MT.
Summer Weed Crew Positions
To apply: submit county application to the Beaverhead County Weed District Office, 2 S. Pacific CL #12, Dillon, MT 59725. County application can be picked up at the weed district office or found online at https://beaverheadcounty.org/departments/human-resources/.
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 31st, 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.
Pay starts at $10.22-11.26 dependent on the ability to obtain governmental applicators license.
For more information, contact Amber Burch, Beaverhead County Weed Coordinator at 406-683-3790.