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Job Openings 12/01/2014

In order to be considered for any position you must complete an application. Please see the bottom of the page for more details and the application.

Position:  Property Specialist
                       
Department:  Assessor

Posted:  December 1, 2014

Starting Pay: $13.16/hour

Application Deadline: December 15, 2014

The Laramie County is seeking a Property Specialist for the Assessor’s Office.  This position is responsible for providing information assistance to the public regarding assessment processes and various property conveyances. This position is also responsible for processing documents and deeds, identifying right to convey property; posting ownership; verifying real estate sales info; processing address changes and other related information regarding property data.   Qualified candidates will have a High School Diploma or equivalent and two years property conveyance/clerical experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  Ideal candidates will have a strong customer service background. 


Position:  Custodian – As needed

Department: Building Maintenance

Posted:  November 10, 2014

Hiring Range: $11:07/hour

Application Deadline:  Posted until filled

These positions are responsible for cleaning rooms, entrance ways, hallways and offices in assigned Laramie County office building areas. Candidates must be available to work from 6:00pm-10pm Monday -Friday.


For information concerning job openings at the Sheriff's Department please go here.

Position:  Emergency Dispatcher        

Department:  Combined Communications Center

Posted:  October 20, 2014

Beginning Pay: $15.27 per hour

Application Deadline:  Until filled

The Combined Communications Center is a 24/7 operation that receives approximately 312,000 administrative and 72,000 9-1-1 telephone calls per year.  Dispatchers are required to effectively communicate with callers, make critical decisions and record information into the computer system.  Dispatchers must also effectively communicate with first responders via radio and track responder resources during multiple activities.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. U.S. Citizen
  2. 18 years of age
  3. High School Diploma or equivalent achievement
  4. Type a minimum of 38 Words per minute
  5. Pass the following examinations:
    A. entry test
    B. oral interview
    C. background investigation (no felony convictions)
    D. medical evaluation
    E. psychological evaluation
    F. polygraph
    G. pre-employment drug screen
  6. Ability to work shift work, weekends and holidays

Position:  Heavy Equipment Mechanic
                       
Department:  Public Works

Posted:  October 15th, 2014

Starting Pay: $17.39-$20.82/hour

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Laramie County is seeking a Heavy Equipment Mechanic for its Public Works Department.  This position performs complex maintenance and repair work on vehicles, equipment and other motorized machinery for the Public Works Department in the repair shop and at job sites. This includes general inspections and maintenance.  As needed, performs arc and acetylene welding, fabricates metals and tools, builds and modifies metal components. Qualified candidates will have a High School diploma and five years vehicle and equipment maintenance experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Regularly works 4 days a week.  Candidates must also have a valid CDL.


Position: Juvenile Services Officer
                       
Department:  Sheriff Department

Hiring Range: $17.47/hour

Application Deadline: Open until filled

Laramie County Sheriff’s Department is seeking individuals for their Juvenile Services Center who are highly motivated to work with juveniles. The Juvenile Services Center opened in 2012 to provide a detention facility for juveniles in the justice system. In early 2015 the facility will expand to provide temporary housing for those juveniles who are in crisis. Additional Juvenile Services Officers are needed for this new expansion. Ideal candidates would be able to provide supervision, guidance, demonstrate positive role modeling to youth in regards to handling stress, provocation, building respectful relationships and this is done by observing, interacting and assisting juveniles with everyday life skills and advising them of appropriate alternative behavior as needed. Qualified candidates will have an High School Diploma or GED equivalent, pass a thorough screening and background investigation and have the ability to fulfill the certification requirements established by the Wyoming Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.

Juvenile Services Officer Application



The Laramie County Commissioners are committed to maintaining a workplace that is free from the presence and effects of drug and/or alcohol, providing the highest level of service to it’s citizens and minimizing the risk of accidents and injuries. Laramie County conducts the following types of drug and/or alcohol tests: reasonable suspicion, post accident and pre-employment. Positions covered under DOT are also subject to random drug/alcohol tests.

To Apply for a Position:

  • You must submit an application via email, mail, fax, or in person at the Human Resources office. Resumes and cover letters are optional.

           *If special accommodation is required, call or e-mail us.

  • Applications are accepted for current openings only!  We do not accept applications on an ongoing basis.

  • Please submit a separate application for each position. If you wish to be informed when the job is filled, please include an email address with your application.

 

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