|Victim Assistance Advocate
||The Victim Assistance Advocate works with the Victim Assistance Coordinator in assisting victims of domestic violence in obtaining Orders of Protection. This position provides support in crisis situations in a non-threatening environment, for individuals and/or their families
||High School Diploma or GED. Typing and good computer skills. Communication skills are necessary for this position both as a communicator and listener. Advocate must be able to look at each situation independently and determine the best way to meet victim’s short and long term needs. Advocate should attend training on domestic violence issues. Bi-Lingual abilities would be an asset in this position but are not a requirement Send resumes to: Linda Bader102 N.E. "A" Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to: email@example.com
|Juvenile Probation Officer
||$32,893.29 - $37,004.95
||To assure that juveniles brought to the attention of the courts receive the guidance, care, and control, preferably in each juvenile's own home, which will best serve the emotional, mental, and physical welfare of the juvenile and the best interest of the state. Also, to protect society more effectively by substituting for retributive restitution, recognizing that the application of sanctions which are consistent with the seriousness of the offense is appropriate in all cases
||Requires a 4-year degree in psychology, criminal justice, education, or a related field. In addition, 2-3 years of experience in the field is required. Must attend a 40-hour Juvenile Probation Officer certification course and complete the annual continuing education requirements. Candidates with training or certification in the areas of mental health, abuse, substance abuse and other related topics will be stronger candidates. Prefer someone that is bilingual in Spanish and English, but not required, will be able to increase entry level pay for those which can fluently speak Spanish and English. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and exercise a strong ability to manage multiple demands and time. Person that can work in a fast pace office with youth and families in the Juvenile Justice System. Must be able to quickly problem solve and have excellent communication skills with the public and all other stakeholders involved with the families. Office hours are 8-4:30, however, this position will have nontraditional hours in the evening and weekends as well be available to assist families and staff by being available 24/7 if an emergency arises.
SEND RESUMES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Equipment Operator III
||Operates and maintains heavy power equipment. Repairs roads, patches as needed, operates small motorized equipment, flags traffic and work trucks and equipment, performs various types of welding on heavy equipment and performs rough carpentry work.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Operates and maintains heavy power equipment such as bulldozers, semi-¬trucks, graders, chip spreaders, oil distributors, asphalt lay-down machines, grade-all, front loaders, backhoe, hydraulic excavator, may serve as lead worker to lower level personnel involved in road construction.
Repairs failures in the roadway, shoulders or bridge decks; repairs or replaces signs, posts, guardrails and fences.
Operates small motorized equipment such as chain saws, drills, jack hammers, saws, paving breakers and tampers.
Performs as a flag person directing highway traffic.
Applies herbicides to highway right-of-way.
Installs or repairs highway signs near high speed and/or heavy traffic.
Drives a truck with a snowplow and sand spreader during snow and ice control.
Performs rough carpentry work, building and installing forms using lumber and small hand tools, for concrete bridge decks, bridge posts, curbs, wingwalls, and headwalls.
Performs various types of welding on heavy equipment repair of dump beds, bridge structures and special fabrication. Performs related work as required and assigned.
Reads and comprehends engineered road blueprints.
Passes a minimum of 8 heavy equipment operator qualifying examinations along with the Advanced Grader Operator Qualifications examination.
||EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
Eight to Twelve years experience, High School Diploma or GED with tech school and/or five years on the job training.
Send Resumes to: email@example.com
||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 Collector I
||Accept tax payments at tax window, accept payments made by mail, balance cash drawer, answer telephones, problem solving
||High School Diploma or GED. One to two years cash handling experience. Customer service and research skills, knowledge of Microsoft and Excel, 10-key knowledge. Must fill out the General Benton County application and submit it with your resume.
SEND RESUMES TO: email@example.com
||$15.81 - $17.79
||Makes repairs and general maintenance on road equipment including gasoline and diesel engines. Road tests all vehicles and equipment to evaluate necessary repairs and quality of work. Welds equipment where needed and performs fabrication work. Cross trains in repairing and replacing tires.
||Five to eight years of experience in gasoline and diesel repairs and maintenance. Must be able to analyze mechanical failures and make decisions on the proper course of action, referring difficult or costly changes to the supervisor. Trade school coursework/certifications in the fields of heavy equipment, gasoline, and diesel engines preferred. Must be able to lift 40 lbs. on a regular basis and occaisionally lift items weighing 75 pounds or more. TO APPLY: Send resume and/or application to firstname.lastname@example.org
||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
|Deputy Public Defender
||Public Defender's Office
||$53,545 - $80,318
||Deputy Public Defender is responsible for representing indigent clients in all phases and aspects of cases from arrest or appointment by a Circuit or District Judge to the disposition, routinely handle arraignments, revocations hearings, mental commitments, pretrial hearings, status hearings in cases, may be required to handle representation of adult felony circuit cases, juvenile cases, dependent/neglect cases, or misdemeanor cases and is responsible for ensuring that the rights of all indigent defendants are promoted and protected that the functions with the Public Defender's Office are conducted in a professional and ethical manner.
||Must have juris doctorate degree and license to practice law in the State of Arkansas. No prior experience required; however two (2) years prior experience with emphasis in criminal law, trial experience is desirable.
Send resumes to: Rebekah Thomas 1204 SW 14th Street Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to:email@example.com
|Assistant Director of Fire Services
||SEND RESUMES TO: MARC.TROLLINGER@BENTONCOUNTYAR.GOV
This person will assist in the direction of a comprehensive county-wide fire protection program to include the following: The incumbent will assist with the inspection of a variety of existing structures and new construction; maintaining a fire prevention education program for all county fire departments; assisting in investigation of fire causes. This person will serve as the counties Fire Marshal and Fire Training Coordinator instructing and coordinating training for the volunteer fire departments to stay in compliance with all current State of Arkansas, NFPA and ISO regulations.
Knowledge of fire science, fire behavior and fire technology. Knowledge of fire cause and origin investigation techniques. Considerable knowledge of codes, laws and ordinances, Arkansas Revised Statutes and specific fire conditions of the county. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, coworkers, the public, elected officials, the business community, 'Planning Environmental Affairs and DEM departments and Sheriffs Office personnel. Ability to be self-motivated to conduct safety inspections county wide. Ability to recognize situations that need action and then to take appropriate actions as necessary. Ability to resolve conflict at lowest levels. Skill and ability in fire suppression techniques, Valid Arkansas Driver’s license and good driving record. Valid Arkansas Emergency Medical Technician - Basic license.
|Part-time Clerical Clerk
||Juvenile Probation Office
||To provide clerical support for the Juvenile Probation Office, act as a receptionist and answer multiple phone lines and any other duties as assigned.
|| High School Diploma or GED with 2 year office experience in the legal field and Bilingual a plus. Number of hours per week will be around 19.
SEND RESUMES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
||The incumbent in this position is responsible for providing a full range of electrical work to include installing, repairing and maintaining electrical equipment and systems on all County owned facilities in Benton County.
Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all positions in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.
• Installs/inspects installation of new or upgrading of existing electrical current or services for power to supply lighting, air conditioning, heating and refrigeration systems.
• Operates voltage testers, and ampmeters, industrial circuit testers, screw gauges, wiring pliers, neon circuit testers, and related testing devises and restores and repairs electrical equipment.
• Installs new wiring, maintains existing wiring, maintenance of electric generators, emergency light system, fire alarm system, electrical transformer, installation of new computers and signal wiring and inspect, repair and maintain all safety and emergency equipment to insure life support to all facilities.
• Installs conduit and wire moldings for electrical wires; installs and replaces fuses and switches; tests and adjusts electrical contacts on equipment.
• Locates and corrects power failures and short circuits.
• Interprets blue prints, diagrams and layouts.
• Estimates cost and time of projects.
• Maintains, repairs and replaces transformers used for electrical power.
||JOB REQUIREMENTS for Master Electrician
Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:
• Possession of an Arkansas Master Electrician license OR possession of a Master Electrician license from another state which meets Arkansas license requirements or equivalent requirements as determined by the State Board of Electrical Examiners.
• Six months experience in interpreting blueprints, schematics or technical drawings.
• Possession of a valid Driver's License (not suspended, revoked or cancelled, or disqualified from driving).