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Franklin County – County Appraiser

Franklin County is accepting applications for the full-time position of County Appraiser.  This position is responsible for the administrative, technical and supervisory work in directing the appraisal activities of the department, is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners and is accountable to the County Administrator. Requirements: Applicant must possess a high school diploma/GED; possess one of the following designations, Registered Mass Appraiser (RMA) from the State of Kansas, Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE) from the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO), Residential Evaluation Specialist (RES) from IAAO or a General Real Property Appraisal License from the Kansas Real Estate Appraisal Board (KREAB); be qualified by the Kansas Director of Property Valuation and meet all state qualifications; have a minimum of 3 years of mass appraisal and supervisory experience; possess a valid Kansas driver’s license; and pass pre-employment screenings. Starting salary will be based upon experience and qualifications

Application materials are available at the Office of Human Resources, 1428 S. Main, Suite 2, Ottawa, KS 66067 or from on-line at www.HRePartners.com.   Call: (785) 229-3445 (Gayla) Application deadline: April 22, 2018.  Salary DOQ.   Franklin County is an EOE.


Economic Development Coordinator – Doniphan County


Doniphan County, Kansas, seeking an Economic Development Coordinator This full-time position is responsible for all the county’s economic development activities and serves as staff liaison to the Board of County Commissioners, Chamber of Commerce, the business community and city municipalities within the county.  Responsibilities include: Economic Development strategic plan; identifying goals and objectives and developing programs to improve problem areas; facilitating business recruitment, job development and business retention; developing marketing strategies designed to promote the county; conducting research and providing information services on matters of economic health, property tax issues, and economic and real estate trends; seeking out and administering grants and other financial incentives and coordinating work activities and program functions with other county departments, municipalities, and  organizations involved in economic development.  The position requires experience in economic development or related field. A Bachelors degree in public administration, finance, business, economics marketing or related field is preferred but not required.   Compensation dependent upon qualifications benefits package included. Applications accepted until position filled. Doniphan County is an equal opportunity employer. Send resume to Doniphan County Clerk, PO Box 278, Troy, Kansas, 66087.  785-985-3513 Applications may be obtained at www.dpcountyks.com

Asphalt Road Supervisor - Riley County

Riley County Asphalt Road Supervisor is responsible for management of Asphalt Crew with occasional administrative work involving the daily planning and execution of preventative maintenance and repair activities of the asphalt road system within the county.

Must be a high school graduate or equivalent, have 5 years experience in asphalt maintenance and construction.  Three years experience in a supervisory position is required. Two years of operating basic Microsoft office software is required. Valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License with a Tanker Endorsement must be obtained within the first 90 days of employment.  Hiring pay range is $21.99 - $24.31/hr plus benefits.  Applicants who receive a conditional offer of employment must submit to a background check and drug test.  Applications available at Riley County Clerk’s Office, 110 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, Kansas, 66502 or Riley County’s website:  www.rileycountyks.gov.  Applications accepted until position is filled.  EEOE

Noxious Weed Supervisor - Harper County

Harper County, Kansas is accepting applications for a Full Time Noxious Weed Supervisor.  Primary responsibilities include directing operations, programs, and activities of the County Noxious Weed Department by performing the following duties (non-inclusive list):

  • Operate noxious weed equipment to spray and eradicate weeds.  Properly handle and mix chemicals for spraying of right-of-way and private property, utilizing other vegetative techniques when appropriate.
  • Assist customers with weed identification and eradication, and identification of proper chemical applications.
  • Work with landowners to achieve desired outcomes; if necessary, issue warnings and legal notices to landowners and operators.
  • Prepare and present multiple reports, including survey reports, management plan, annual operating budget, annual and monthly reports, daily logs, and annual state progress report.

High School diploma or equivalent required, with two years of experience in governmental or commercial weed control business, or in agricultural production.  Two years of training in college or trade school related to weed control work may be substituted for work experience.

Benefit package included.  Compensation dependent upon qualifications.  Harper County is an equal opportunity employer.  Send resume to Harper County, Kansas, Attn: Human Resources, 201 N Jennings, Anthony, KS 67003.  Application may be submitted through our website, www.harpercountyks.gov, and will be accepted until position is filled.


Fiscal Services/Grant Manager – Leavenworth County

The Leavenworth County Fiscal Services/Grant Manager is charged with the duty of providing financial integrity and stability to Leavenworth County government. This is achieved, in part, by monitoring compliance with county-wide financial policies. Financial policies provide internal control in the accounting of funds, as well as consistency in cash handling among the various departments within the County. These policies are monitored by the Fiscal Manager working in conjunction with the County Clerk and the County Administrator. Although everything that the Fiscal Manager does is not financial in nature, the core function of the position is financial management, planning, and budgeting. This position develops and implements grant policies and procedures as well as coordinates the development and preparation of grant applications for funding including budgets, supporting documents and special reports.  Consults with departments to discuss grant budgets, operations and activities.  Monitors the grant accounting function including preparation of reports for grant compliance.   To see the complete job description and to obtain an application, visit http://www.leavenworthcounty.org/employment.asp. We are an equal opportunity employer.  Send application and resume to hr@leavenworthcounty.org or fax to 913-684-1028.