Please Note: Mills County will only accept applications for posted job openings; unsolicited applications will not be accepted. Mills County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Planning & Zoning Commmission Member

THE MILLS COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FROM MILLS COUNTY RESIDENTS INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE MILLS COUNTY PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

The purpose of this seven-person commission will be to review and if necessary, recommend changes in the Zoning Map and Ordinances. Information regarding the position may be obtained by contacting, in person or by phone, @ 527-3146 the Auditor’s office at the Mills County Courthouse. Application forms must be returned to the Mills County Auditor’s Office by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2020.

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Clerk Auditor’s Office

Full time position in the Mills County Auditor’s Office. Applicant must have computer knowledge, typing skills, background which includes Accounts Payable processing, and other accounting procedures is preferred. Other duties for this position; answering phones, scheduling & posting of Agenda for Board of Supervisors, transcribing board minutes and placing on the County Website as well as other duties as assigned. Applicant will need to be detail oriented and possess good customer service skills. Confidentiality is a must. Salary will be contingent upon experience but in a range of $36,483 as a minimum and up to $39,523 depending upon experience. Minimum age of 18 with a high school diploma or equivalent. Benefits & pre-employment requirements per County policy. Deadline for application and resumes will be Thursday, February 27, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. Mills County is an equal opportunity employer. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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Precinct Election Official

The Mills County Auditor's Office is in search of individuals willing to serve as precinct election officials. On Election Day, precinct election officials are representatives of the County Auditor's Office and should be professional, fair, impartial, and equitable to all voters.

In order to serve as a PEO, you must be registered to vote in Iowa and provide your own transportation to and from the polling place on Election Day. PEO's must also attend a 1.5 to 2 hour school of instruction.

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