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County Administrator – Finney County

The Administrator is appointed by and reports directly to the governing body. Through the professional management of all non-elected directors, the County Administrator is responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the county, overseeing the budget, and ensuring county policies are carried out.

The official job duties are specified in Resolution No. 4-2015, found online at

Finney County is a robust epicenter for agricultural, commercial, and medical services in Southwest Kansas. Located approximately 200 miles west of Wichita and 300 miles southeast of Denver, Colorado, Finney County sits at the junction of several major roadways connecting across the continent. With a current population of approximately 41,000, it is the largest county in Western Kansas and steadily growing. Finney County is the second largest county in land area in Kansas, consisting of 1,300 square miles and over 1,200 miles of maintained roadway. It offers an interesting history and a variety of attractions and activities. Garden City is the county seat.

Finney County is a progressive, politically stable government. During the 25 years that the County has had an administrator, only two individuals have served in that position.

The County government employs 330 people in 18 departments. Of those 18, five offices are run by elected officials. These are the County Attorney, County Clerk, Register of Deeds, County Sheriff, and County Treasurer. The governing body is a five-member board of county commissioners, each elected to a four-year term.

Applications are being accepted through January 30th by going to the following link:



Saline County Attorney’s Office

Responsible for prosecution of felony/misdemeanor criminal and traffic cases from charging to trial and appellate work. Ability to work in a fast-paced, busy office.  Must be a graduate of accredited law school, possess a Juris Doctorate and be admitted to practice law in the State of Kansas. Salary, benefits and to apply at  Position open until filled.



Education and Communications Manager - KAC

The Kansas Association of Counties (KAC) is seeking a full-time professional Education and Communications Manager. 

Position Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, this position plans schedules, markets, and evaluates all KAC public outreach and media communication efforts.  This includes, but is not limited to, creation of marketing campaigns, development of marketing materials, publications, presentations (PowerPoint, webinars and other formats) writing scripts, writing and editing articles, and maintenance of the KAC website.  The incumbent in this position will design and plan, in concert with KAC staff and Board Members, all continuing education programming, including the Annual Conference, Institute of Excellence, and other educational events.  This position will direct the Events Coordinator who will be responsible for providing the logistical arrangements with hotels, conference centers, members and attendees, speakers, presenters, sponsors, exhibitors, and guests for all events.  For the full position description, click here


Infrastructure and Construction Services Manager – Leavenworth County

Leavenworth County Public Works Department is seeking 1 Full Time Infrastructure and Construction Services Manager. Salary range $85,000-127,000. To see a complete job description, please visit


Purchasing Coordinator – Leavenworth County

Leavenworth County Administration Department is seeking 1 Full Time Purchasing Coordinator. Salary range $55,000-66,000. To see a complete job description, please visit


Director of Planning & Zoning – Leavenworth County

Leavenworth County Planning & Zoning Department is seeking 1 Full Time Director of Planning & Zoning. Salary range $69,000-83,000. To see a complete job description, please visit




Engineering Technician - Riley County 

Administrative and technical work which involves monitoring and overseeing on-going activities of Public Works construction sites and projects to ensure procedures and materials comply with plans, codes, specifications and standards. High school graduate or equivalent and 4 years experience in engineering and construction inspection work required.  Must possess a Kansas Department of Transportation L.P.A. basic Certification or be able to acquire within six months of employment. Applicant shall have or be able to obtain a valid Kansas driver’s license.  Salary range is $21.30 - $23.55 per hour.  Application and resume are required.  Applicants who receive a conditional offer of employment must submit to a pre-employment drug test.  Applicant available at Riley County Clerk’s Office, 110 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, KS 66502, or online, .  Applications accepted until filled.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Riley County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Coffey County, Kansas is seeking to hire a full time Economic Development Director. The Economic Development Director is expected to enhance the economic vitality of Coffey County through the attraction of new businesses, retention and expansion of existing businesses, infrastructure development, tourism, leadership development, and to build awareness of the mission and priorities of Coffey County. A Bachelor's degree in economic development, public or business administration, marketing, finance, or economics from an accredited college or university is preferred. Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) preferred. Minimum of two to three years of economic, real estate or community development, grant writing, entrepreneurial and business planning, or related experience in a similar capacity. Any combination of education, training and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skill and ability to perform the duties of the position will be considered. Must reside in Coffey County within 90 days of employment.  Salary negotiable depending on qualifications and experience. Applications can be accessed at on County Services under employment opportunities. For questions please call: 620-364-8780. Applications accepted until position is filled. Pre­-employment drug testing is required with conditional offer of employment. Coffey County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.





Noxious Weed Supervisor – Phillips County

The Phillips County Commissioners are taking applications for the position of Noxious Weed Supervisor.  Under the administration supervision of the County Commission, the position is an exempt position under FLSA.  The employee’s responsibilities include but are not limited to the department’s budget, report preparation, chemical sales and usage, the control and eradication of weeds and equipment maintenance.  One year’s experience in weed control and chemical application is preferred.  Benefits include health insurance, KPERS and vacation/sick leave.  Salary is negotiable.  Applications can be picked up at the County Clerk’s Office or by email and must be submitted back to said office before 5:00 p.m., Friday, December 20, 2019. Phillips County is an EOE.