|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
||SEND RESUMES TO: email@example.com
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.
||Reviews and evaluates proposed development applications including plats, permits, site plans, telecommunication towers, and variance requests to the County for presentation to the Planning Board including the Technical Advisory Committee and the Planning Board.
Assist and coordinate with engineers, surveyors, architects, developers, real estate agencies, attorneys, abstract offices, land owners and the general public in understanding and complying with the County regulations and department policies.
Perform supervisory responsibilities which may including interviewing and training potential employees; planning, assigning, directing work to employees; addressing complaints and resolving conflicts in accordance with County policy.
Conduct research to answer public inquiries and analyze development situations.
Writes and presents formal and technical reports, working papers, and correspondence for consideration by the Planning Board.
Interpret and analyze technical and statistical information.
Analyze planning data and make appropriate determinations. Read and comprehend codes, specifications, legal descriptions and boundary maps of real property, development plans, and plats.
Use GIS to analyze and manipulate data, and produce effective map representations and analyses.
Read, understand and interpret surveys, site plans and specifications.
Perform a high degree of analytical and interpretive thinking.
Review plans and apply provisions of the ordinances and codes to determine compliance with such regulations and to apply regulations to field conditions.
Accurately and timely route detailed information to the Director, the Technical Advisory Committee Planning Board, and other officials.
Work effectively with surveyors, engineers, contractors, and the general public.
Complete site visits to ensure projects have no discrepancies from the plans submitted to the actual site conditions.
Prepare technical and analytical reports and PowerPoint presentations.
Establish and maintain systems needed for control of work quality and quantity.
Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties.
Perform other duties as required
||SEND RESUMES TO: TAYLOR.REAMER@BENTONCOUNTYAR.GOV
Northwest Arkansas / Benton County growth patterns and trends.
Philosophies, principals, practices & techniques of planning and community development.
Well-developed knowledge of one or more planning disciplines, such as site design, economic development, land use, regional planning, strategic planning, or conservation development.
Knowledge and experience in construction, land development, and best management practices.
Knowledge of principles, methodology, practices of research and data collection.
Computer hardware and software programs, including Microsoft Office, Internet applications, and GIS.
Effective technical writing techniques.
Must have comprehensive knowledge of Planning Board rules, regulations and procedures.
Knowledge of NFIP floodplain management and MS4 Stormwater Pollution Prevention, Grading, and Erosion control regulations.
Skills and Abilities:
Excellent oral and written communication skills for preparing and presenting planning reports and projects
Excellent interpersonal skills for facilitating relationships with elected/appointed officials or other decision-makers
Creative problem-solving skills to gather relevant information to solve less well-defined planning problems
Group facilitation skills for use in community meetings or workshops
Ability to work on several projects or issues simultaneously
Ability to provide effective supervision and staff management
Ability to manage projects effectively and meet firm deadlines
Interpret and analyze technical and statistical information.
Must demonstrate office management skills, office machine skills to include computer programs and technical software
Ability to regularly attend evening meetings
Education and Experience:
Education: A Bachelor's degree in urban planning, architecture, public policy, or related area of study.
Experience: Minimum of three (3) years of experience in a planning office or related field. The applicant must have knowledge of principles and practices of Community and Regional Planning.
|Court Orders Clerk (Trial Court Assistant)
||Circuit Court Div 1
||$16.20 - $18.00
||Prepare Judgment and/or Commitment and accompanying documents in a legal, accurate manner, which includes copying, and distributing 5 or more copies to all agencies involved.
Attend Court 1-2 days a week to prepare Bench Orders on demand by the Judge and to note dispositions of each case. Distribute copies of docket.
Notify bonding agencies of recent "Bond Forfeiture/Show Cause Hearings" and their responsibilities thereto.
Waiving hearings on request of Counsel.
Notify attorneys by mail and phone of "Appointment of Counsel."
Ability to format and modify existing forms, as well as preparation of new forms based on changing legislation or other Judicial mandates.
Screen walk-ins and calls to Judge
Perform duties to ensure cooperation of other agencies involved. 9. 9. Notify attorneys of necessary paperwork needed for final orders.
Exempt: N Department: Circuit /Juvenile Court, Div 1
Date Prepared: July, 2007 Supervisor: Circuit Judge
Entering Court data into Case Management database and Judge's tickler system. Responsible for maintaining and submitting statistical information.
Scheduling and coordinating mental evaluations for criminal defendants at Ozark Guidance Center and Arkansas State Hospital.
Instructing attorneys and others in proper Court procedure and Judge's specific court requirements.
Provide tracking system for all court orders.
Responsible for keeping abreast of all new legislation regarding sentencing guidelines and of all new forms submitted by the Administrative Office of the Court and the Arkansas Department of Correction.
Management of post-conviction petitions; notification to prosecuting attorney's office, preparation of final orders, and distribution of all responses, notices of hearing dates and final order to all interested parties.
Assisting Case Coordinator as needed.
||SEND RESUMES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifications and Requirements:
This person must have the ability to prioritize and perform many tasks at a time. It is also essential that the clerical duties be done with efficiency and accuracy. He/She must have knowledge of legal terms and procedures of the Court.
Education and/ Experience:
Four year college degree in Behavioral Science or closely related field with 2 or more years in legal/court experience and two or more years secretarial work. Experience can be substituted for degree but not legal/court experience. One year advanced computer skills preferred. This position is for an experienced secretary who preferably has experience in the legal field.
Ability to communicate clearly (written and verbal), as frequent contact with professional agencies is required. Minimal short-hand helpful but not required. Knowledge of computer software applications. Courtroom procedures, legal process and legal terminology is essential.
||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
||Provides data entry into Pubworks. Provides support to all department personnel, as needed. Serves as the first contact between the general public and the road department. Provides timesheet information to all department personnel.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Generates work orders from written requests for work to be done
Issues purchase orders daily for construction materials, as needed,
Answers two-way radio and direct radio traffic as needed.
Maintains work order file for all supervisors.
Keeps vehicle files up to date and maintained.
Maintains inventory set levels and county assets.
Operates computer on a daily basis with emphasis on word processing, spreadsheet, Internet and mainframe applications use.
Tracks job costs for supervisors and accounting department
Keeps record of work activity and work order labor charge out.
Works with Information Systems Department on the GEMS Pubworks software system and stays current on all system updates.
Answers phone calls, receives complaints and concerns, determines appropriate action needed and forwards information to the appropriate person or crew for action.
Assists County residents that come into the Road Department Office with questions or concerns about County roads.
Records employee timesheet information in to Pubworks system.
Keeps information up to date in Pubworks of all material pricing, vendor contact information, employee information, and equipment rates.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. Must know Microsoft Word and Excel.
2. Must have extensive knowledge of Pubworks Software
3. Must have good communication skills with the public
4. Must be familiar with GIS data entry and operations
5. Needs good radio communication skills.
6. Must have strong organizational skills.
Education and/or Experience:
High school diploma or GED, computer training, vocational school or on the job training. Some college coursework is a plus. Two-years of experience working in an office setting is required.
Communicates with operations coordinator, asset control coordinators, construction superintendents, and crews. Also speaks with the general public and vendors on a daily basis. Works with the County Accounting Department to get purchase orders for daily business activities. Works with the employees in assisting them on various needs. Communicates with the Human Resources Department for different situations. Communicates with the County Judgeís Office for different needs.
SEND RESUME TO: ASHLEY.KIRBY@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
|Assistant Director of Fire Services
||SEND RESUMES TO: GARY.YARNO@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 Driverís license and good driving record. Valid Arkansas Emergency Medical Technician - Basic license.
|Public Safetly Support Specialist
||$18.06 - $20.07
||Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following.
Acts in the capacity of office manager which includes performing routine office, administrative, and management tasks.
Establishes and maintains electronic filing system.
Responsible for preparing purchase orders, receiving and submitting of invoices, and the management of payments for the Division of Public Safety (DPS).
Maintains inventory of supplies, equipment, and resources.
Maintains records of all required maintenance inspections.
Answers telephone calls, researches information, and responds to inquiries of routine nature.
Responds to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests for the Division of Public Safety (DPS). These requests can include Calls for Service (CFS) reports, 911 and radio audio, as well as other documentation.
Responsible for collection of all paperwork for submittal for grants managed by Emergency Management.
Responsible for sending reports to agencies we serve as needed or requested.
Other duties as assigned or required within the parameters of the essential job duties.
||SEND RESUME TO: MICHAEL.WADDLE@BENTONCOUNTYAR.GOV
Education and/or Experience:
This position requires a high school diploma or GED. In addition, previous experience with working independently in an office setting is required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office software. Any additional computer knowledge is beneficial.
Maintains confidentially of sensitive information.
Must be able to pass background check through ACIC for CJIS access.
Must have knowledge of office practices and procedures and experience with general office equipment.
Must be fully functional in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience in Microsoft PowerPoint is a plus.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to maintain records.
Must be able to work with limited supervision.
Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills along with the ability to build positive working relationships with others.
Must be willing to travel as needed.