||Central Communications (CENCOM)
||Individuals must be flexible to work weekends, holidays, and any shifts. Will be required to submit to and pass a drug screen and have no disqualifying criminal history.
||High School Diploma or GED with one or more years of emergency communications or public service related experience preferred. Knowledge of law enforcement, emergency management and response procedures, and the geography of Benton County preferred. Must also have a valid Arkansas Driver's License. Please complete the Emergency Communications Application and email to: OEC@bentoncountyar.gov
|Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
||A Deputy Prosecuting Attorney is responsible for the prosecution of criminal defendants in the Nineteenth Judicial District West, Benton County, Arkansas. Responsibilities include attending court for all hearings, making charging decisions, conducting investigations and maintaining contact with officers and victims of crimes. There will be required training and continuing education courses.
||Must possess a bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctorate in law and successfully passed the Arkansas Bar Examination and be licensed as an Attorney at Law by the Supreme Court of Arkansas.
SEND RESUMES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Deputy Director of Quality Assurance & Training Coordination
||$16-20 - $20.40
||Develop, implement, and facilitate training objectives through lesson plans, exercises, review quizzes and tests to develop and enhance call-taker and dispatcher performance.
Establish and monitor program structure, assignments and resources.
Manage training activities for new call-takers and dispatchers from new hire through training and probation.
Supervise, counsel, and evaluate Communications Training Officers.
Establish, monitor and facilitate in-house continuing education standards and training for all employees.
Coordinate training opportunities outside of the department for continued development of skills and training for all employees.
Ensue training practices and materials adhere to industry standards for minimum training requirements, as well as, agency accreditations and certifications.
Maintain records of in-house training program to include exercises, quizzes, test, daily observation reports, etc…
Maintain records for employee certifications.
Evaluate training program for effectiveness and recommend changes as needed to administration.
Communicate regularly with Communications Training Officers and Supervisors to identify additional training needs and establish performance improvement plans as needed.
Organizes and administers agency Quality Assurance/Improvement program including but not limited to: providing and coordinating call-taking and dispatching performance reviews; ensuring timely completion, feedback and reporting on case reviews.
Utilize case reviews to identify topics to address for continuing education training and/or remedial training, as needed.
Review, analyze, and report on training progress and quality assurance/improvement.
Coordinate with Administration to organize and maintain the agency’s accreditation and certification processes. (IAED ACE, APCO Project 33, etc)
Work with administration to facilitate the creation, review, and updates of policies, directives and standard operating procedures.
Attend conferences, conventions, meetings and trainings to stay up to date on trends in public safety call-taking, dispatching, quality assurance, and accreditation.
Participate as needed during emergencies, including emergency operations center activations.
Develop and maintain excellent working relationships with all personnel, user agencies, the public, etc…
Serve as Acting Director in the Director’s absence, as assigned.
||A formal education equivalent to a high school diploma or GED is required.
Five  or more years of emergency communications or public service-related experience preferred.
Knowledge of law enforcement, fire, and medical response procedures, emergency management and the geography of Benton County preferred.
The Deputy Director of Quality Assurance/Training Coordination will be in contact with the public, law enforcement, fire, and medical emergency responders along with other Federal and state agencies.
SEND RESUME TO: JENNIFER.REYNOLDS@BENTONCOUNTYAR.GOV
||Jail Deputies are responsible for the daily operation of the Jail ensuring the safety of the facility for both inmates and staff.
||HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA GED -- YOU MUST FILL OUT THE SHERIFF'S APPLICATION AND HAVE ALL PAPERWORK REQUIRED ATTACHED AT THE TIME IT IS SUBMITTED. YOU CAN PRINT THE APPLICATION OFF OUR WEB-PAGE www.bentoncountyar.gov YOUR APPLICATION MAY BE SUBMITTED BY MAIL OR IN PERSON AT THE BENTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1300 SW 14TH BENTONVILLE
||Public Defender's Office
||Job Description: The Legal Secretary is responsible for performing all legal secretarial duties within the department and dealing with clients and others by phone and in person at the office of the Public Defender. This includes the gathering of affidavits for new cases and probation revocation files used in court by the defense attorneys. The Legal Secretary is also accountable for answering phones, screening calls, directing clients and information to the appropriate attorneys and individuals within the department, assisting the case coordinators in preparing and distributing to court dockets and any paperwork needed for upcoming hearings. Work involves considerable interaction with the public and various agencies often under stressful situations. The Legal Secretary is responsible for scanning paperwork in closed cases, providing copies of paperwork to clients, providing phone messages in a timely and act as a courier in the delivery and pickup of important documents and files, and generally assist in any other way needed to provide legal assistance to indigent clients.
||Will need a High School Diploma or GED, need to have great computer skills with three or more years in an office environment and be able to type at least 60 wpm.
SEND RESUMES TO: Rebekah Thomas 1204 SW 14th Street Suit 4, Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to email@example.com
|Tool and Parts Room Attendant
||The Tools and Parts Attendant shall receive, store, issue hand tools, machine tools, dyed, replacement parts, shop supplies, and equipment. In addition, the attendant monitors the condition of all tools and equipment in tool room custody and is responsible and accountable for all tool and part inventories. The attendant will also be responsible for issuing, inventorying, and maintaining equipment and parts within the tool room.
||Must have a high school diploma or GED with basic knowledge of how to use a computer, able to lift and carry heavy objects and a valid Driver’s License.
Send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org