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.
Mills County 9-1-1 Center has an immediate opening for the Position of 911 Telecommunicator. Applications will be taken until 4:30 P.M. – June 14, 2019
The 911 Telecommunicator position is responsible for answering 911 calls and dispatching agencies for law enforcement, fire and emergency services; answers non-emergency phone calls for law enforcement agencies within Mills County; operates radio console and handles requests for information and assistance; enters and updates information in the computer aided dispatch system and the Iowa Teletype system. Training will be provided.
Full time position in the Mills County Treasurer’s Office. Applicants must have computer knowledge, typing skills, good customer service & be detailed oriented. Confidentiality is a must. Position will be in the driver’s license department. Minimum salary $38,951.00. Minimum age 18. Benefits & pre-employment requirements per county policy. Deadline for applications and resumes will be June 4th, 2019 at 4:00 pm.
Apply at the link below or mail application and resume to: Mills County Treasurer
418 Sharp Street
Glenwood, IA 51534
NO PHONE CALLS
VETERANS AFFAIRS COMMISSIONER VACANCY
The Mills County Conservation Board is seeking candidates for the position of Conservation Technician. This position is a permanent full-time position under the general direction of the Conservation Director. Maintains park equipment, buildings, vehicles and grounds. Performs a variety of construction, repair and grounds keeping duties. Natural resource management and maintenance.
SALARY RANGE: $35,000 - $38,000 a year with standard county benefits and uniform allowance.
Mills County Secondary Roads is currently seeking candidates for the position of Engineering Technician. This position is responsible for assisting with technical engineering tasks, survey and inspection work, and routine office duties to ensure efficient operation of the office.
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.