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Kansas County Job Openings

 

Public Works Director - Pottawatomie County, located in Westmoreland, is hiring!

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATOR - Wage: DOQ, plus excellent benefits Responsibilities: Attends County Commission meetings and advises the Board of County Commissioners regarding the maintenance of county roads & bridges, facilities, utilities, and equipment issues as required; Coordinates Public Works Department activities with other County Departments, Municipalities, State and Federal agencies; Responsible for the overall management of the Road and Bridge, Solid Waste, Environmental Health, Utilities, and Administration Divisions of Public Works.

Experience Required: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in Public Administration, Business Management, or similar field preferred. A combination of education and training that provides the necessary experience, knowledge, abilities, and skills accepted. Management experience necessary, preferably a minimum of five (5) years in a management or supervisory position. Strong people management and communication skills; planning skills; and knowledge of road and bridge construction and maintenance methods and techniques essential.

Closing Date: Open Until Filled. All applicants recommended for employment will be subject to post-offer pre-employment drug screening.

For more information or to apply, https://ksgovjobs.com/. For more information call 785-457-3455; or e-mail humanresources@pottcounty.org. Pottawatomie County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Attorney – Saline County Attorney’s Office

Represents the State of Kansas as a trial attorney, assigned by the County Attorney to possibly include felony, misdemeanor or traffic cases. 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 www. saline.org. Application deadline December 20, 2020.


Salary Information: $55,286.40/Per year Step 1 to $88,400.00/Per year Step 20 - Depending on Qualifications. **New graduates will be considered**

Minimum Qualifications: 1. Graduation from a college or university with a four-year bachelor-level degree. 2. Graduation from an American Bar Association-accredited school of law with a Juris Doctor. 3. Admitted to practice law before the Kansas Supreme Court and all inferior courts of the State of Kansas. Admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas.

Desirable Qualifications: 1. Two years of experience in the practice of law, preferably as a trial lawyer in the area of criminal law. 2. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. 3. An ability to interact with other law enforcement agencies, social welfare agencies and public service organizations