Employment Opportunities

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As of Friday, August 7, 2020, St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is accepting applications for the following positions.

ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY - COUNTY ATTORNEY

The St. Johns County Attorney's office seeks an experienced Assistant County Attorney to provide professional legal work of a challenging and responsible nature. Preference will be given to applicants with at least three (3) years of local government law experience with a primary focus on land use and zoning. Representative duties include but are not limited to: Provides legal counsel to the Board of County Commissioners, County Administration and various County Departments. Prepares memoranda involving analysis, legal research, and application of thoroughly developed legal expertise. Applies sufficient knowledge of County practices, procedures and policy to accurately gauge impact on County?s interests and policy objectives to recommend appropriate course of action. Reviews, comments upon, and approve legal sufficiency of land use and zoning applications. Negotiates transactions on behalf of the County. Reviews and/or prepares transaction and other related legal documents for the negotiations. Represents the County before federal, state and local agencies; administrative and judicial tribunals; and in federal and state courts. Assists Litigation Counsel in lawsuits, appellate proceedings and administrative appeals. Attends meetings of the Board of County Commissioners, its advisory boards and commissions, and regulatory agencies for purpose of monitoring and/or providing legal advice. Drafts County ordinances, resolutions, and administrative regulations. Performs other related duties as assigned. Graduation from an accredited law school, possession of a Florida license to practice law, and a minimum of three years of experience as an attorney are required. Must have knowledge of Federal, State, and County laws on a general basis. Specific knowledge of laws relating to County duties, rights and privileges, including land use and zoning. Must have the ability to coordinate with and instruct other departments concerning legal opinions and policy. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 24
Pay Range: $77,531.24 to $117,972.96
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


BRANCH MANAGER - LIBRARY SERVICES

St. Johns County Library Services seeks a Branch Manager to be responsible for managing the operations of the Bartram Trail branch Library. Oversees the daily operations, trains, assigns, schedules, directs, supervises, evaluates and disciplines staff; manages building and grounds maintenance. Assists the public with informational and circulation needs. Resolves patron and personnel issues. Maintains an awareness of library trends and issues; reads professional and related literature; attends workshops, seminars and conferences; maintains professional affiliations. Develops, updates, and implements branch policies and procedures. Coordinates the collection and compilation of statistics; prepares monthly and other reports. Recommends budgets to maintain or change service levels or to implement capital improvements. Serves as liaison to the Friends of the Library support group and to other community and business organizations. Responsible for overseeing branch collections. Supervises the development and implementation of adult and youth programming. Directs public relations and publicity operations for the library branch. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of current and emerging trends and practices in library management, services and development. Knowledge of current and emerging library technologies. Knowledge of library operations and services. Must be skilled in planning, organizing, directing and coordinating the work of personnel. Skilled in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise reports. Skilled in using Microsoft Office Suite. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must possess a Master?s degree in Library Science from an accredited university or college and two years of professional level, paid and progressively responsible library or equivalent experience, or one year as an Assistant Branch Manager. Must have extensive knowledge of professional library principles, methods, practices and materials as they apply to public service work. Must have one to three years of supervisory experience. Must have knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited university. Must have experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems, usually associated with one to three years of experience or service. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 20
Starting Salary: $52,226.97
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SERVICES

St. Johns County Management Information Services seeks a Database Administrator responsible for the administration of the county's computerized databases. Installs, configures and upgrades database software and related products. Evaluates database features and database-related products. Establishes and maintains sound backup and recovery policies and procedures. Designs and implements databases. Implements and maintains database security. Performs database tuning and performance monitoring. Performs application tuning and performance monitoring. Performs general technical trouble shooting. Consults with development teams. Creates database objects. Writes database level procedures, functions and triggers. Monitors application related jobs and data replication activities. Assists developers with database activities. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of current information technology trends and solutions. Knowledge of database development and management principles. Knowledge of computers and job related software programs. Must be skilled in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must have knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field. Must have sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to two years. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. Enjoy great benefits including Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts, free gyms, EAP, Florida Retirement System (FRS) and many more! St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 21
Starting Salary: $57,648.80
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


HRIS BUSINESS ANALYST - PERSONNEL SERVICES

St. Johns County Personnel Services Department seeks a HRIS Business Analyst to be responsible for troubleshooting complex issues and working towards agency-wide optimization of HRIS processes and data management. Maintains HRIS systems through: creating and updating systems records; maintaining data integrity; identifying, researching and analyzing problems; implementing improvements; updating training manuals, user guides, and system tables, codes and security profiles; researching data discrepancies. Maintains enterprise information standards. Ensures compliance and accountability in the safeguarding of confidential and sensitive information. Serves as liaison between the technical requirements of HRIS and the operating requirements of line departments. Provides line departments with technical advice on appropriate HRIS data entry. Provides support and feedback to technical HRIS staff in developing and writing rules and procedures as new HRIS modules are developed. Formulate recommendations, present, and support the configuration requirements of system modules. Assists with the training sessions with stakeholders to facilitate solution configurations and interface set-up. Assists with the maintenance of the Countywide position database. Tracks position creations and changes by coordinating with OMB, the Finance Department, the Personnel Department, County Commission, and line departments' budget/finance staff. Assists with the reconciliation of discrepancies in position data. As assigned, audits personnel transactions by reviewing biweekly listings of all personnel transactions (e.g. promotions, step increases, out-of-class assignments) for assigned departments; resolves discrepancies with line department human resources and/or payroll staff. Assists ERM and Personnel Teams in developing and running monthly, annual and custom reports. Prepares database queries ad hoc reports of personnel data for line departments, the County Administration, County Commission, and public records requests. Collaborates with County business users to identify and assess business requirements, technology needs, and implementation requirements. Conducts implementation analyses. Analyzes processes and operations. Clarifies solution objectives and establishes system specifications. Assists project manager to complete data mapping and system conversion requirements. Assists in administration of Countywide performance management. software system and related processes. Maintains and monitors employees' performance appraisals, appraisal history, and employee supervisor information. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of HCM database design, structure, functions and processes. Knowledge of general human resources processes and procedures within the employee life cycle: talent management, salary administration, payroll operations, time and labor, employee benefits, learning management. Knowledge of information systems and technology principles, practices, techniques, and methods. Knowledge of computers and job related software programs (Microsoft Office Suite, HRIS applications). Must be skilled and proficiency in configuring HRIS/HR systems, HRIS testing and functional validation and documenting business processes and system operations. Skilled in the communication of complex and/or technical concepts and processes using clear, simple language and visuals. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports, particularly user tutorials, guides, and other training materials. Skilled in the analysis of problems, the identification and evaluation of alternative solutions, and the implementation of recommendation in support of goals. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must have knowledge and education commonly associated with baccalaureate degree in Computer Science, Business, Business/Public Administration, or closely related field. Must have experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the major duties of the position in order to serve as a liaison between system stakeholders, usually interpreted as two or more years human resources experience with at least one (1) year of IT business systems analysis or similar experience. Involvement in past HRIS implementation or upgrade projects, preferred. Equivalent combination of education, experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities to thoroughly understand and perform the major duties of the position. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 20
Starting Salary: $52,226.97
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


MAINTENANCE WORKER - ROAD & BRIDGES

St. Johns County Road & Bridge Department seeks a Maintenance Worker to maintain roads, ditches and culverts. To perform manual labor associated with roads, bridges and drainage systems, flag and direct traffic. Operate and maintain power equipment, pumps, saws, compactors, chainsaws, etc. Use proper safety equipment and follows safety procedures as instructed by Crew Chief and Supervisor. Report and assist in emergency situations. Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent certification. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver license. Must be able to pass background check, drug screen and pulmonary test before being hired. Ability to use bush axe, chain saw, shovel, weed eater, and small hand tools. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 8
Starting Salary: $28,875.16
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


MECHANIC III - RECREATION FACILITIES

St. Johns County Recreation Facilities seeks a Mechanic to be responsible for the repair and preventive maintenance of Parks and Recreation equipment and vehicles. Maintains a preventive maintenance program on all equipment, and purchases repair parts and replacement supplies. Assists with developing and implementing the department budget, to include recommendations for equipment purchases and leases. Files warranty information. Regulates employees' use of equipment and identifies essential equipment repair and maintenance work. Maintains an accurate database for equipment and parts inventory purchases, equipment conditions, costs of repairs and preventive maintenance for all equipment. Inspects, diagnoses and repairs mechanical defects/failures in various park maintenance equipment, including electric- and gasoline-powered small engines, trucks,trailers, tractors, mowers, sand traps, reel mowers and other mechanical equipment used in parks maintenance. Checks equipment for performance makes emergency repairs to equipment and services or supervises servicing of equipment prior to use. Cuts, welds and fabricates mower decks and frames, trailers and other equipment. Instructs and/or trains park maintenance workers regarding preventive maintenance, and the proper cleaning and safe operation of equipment. Schedules vehicles for maintenance and repair with Fleet Maintenance. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of mechanical maintenance and repair of a variety of vehicles and equipment. Knowledge of small engine maintenance and repair. Knowledge of basic electricity and hydraulics related to park maintenance equipment. Knowledge of the diagnosis and repair of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and exhaust and other equipment systems. Knowledge of computers and job-related software programs. Knowledge of county purchasing polices. Must be skilled in the use of a variety of equipment repair tools, and the making of various types of mechanical repair. Must be skilled in oral and written communication. Must have the ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent. Must have knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work. Must have sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to two years. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 14
Starting Salary: $38,833.67
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


PLANS EXAMINER - BUILDING

St. Johns County Building Services seeks a licensed Plans Examiner to be responsible for the examination and review of construction documents to ensure compliance with relevant codes, ordinances and standards. Reviews submitted construction documents for compliance with codes, standards, and regulations. Responds to permit applicants' requests for information and clarification of plan review comments. Answers questions regarding requirements relating to codes, standards and regulations. Researches complaints and issues related to building construction. Performs field inspections when required. Completes required continuing education. Maintains up-to-date knowledge of building, mechanical, plumbing, fuel gas, energy, accessibility, and other applicable codes. Attends pre-construction meetings to provide guidance to permit applicants. Reviews coastal construction projects for compliance with relevant zoning ordinances. Reviews elevation certificates. Reviews all permit applications to determine susceptibility to flooding and ensure compliance with relevant flood zone requirements. Performs field inspections and plan reviews on abandoned homes and commercial projects for re-permitting. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Must have knowledge of building, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fuel gas, energy, and accessibility codes. Knowledge of building construction practices and terminology. Knowledge of the construction plan review process. Knowledge of computers and job related software programs. Must be skilled in reading, interpreting, applying and enforcing code and construction document requirements. Skilled in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports. Skilled in oral and written communication. Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field. Must have sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to two years. Must possess valid State of Florida Standard Plans Examiner License or ability to obtain examination eligibility through the Department of Business and Professional Regulation and successfully obtain licensure within a six month period. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver's license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 19
Starting Salary: $49,710.40
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


PROCUREMENT COORDINATOR - PURCHASING

St. Johns County Purchasing Department seeks a Procurement Coordinator to responsible for facilitating the Countys procurement and contract process, from solicitation through contract administration, for goods, services, and construction for County Departments. Collaborates with User Departments to develop informal and formal solicitations including but not limited to: all solicitation documents, requirements and advertisement; contract requirements, specifications, scopes of work and performance parameters; pre-bid and pre-proposal meetings; contract milestones; evaluations and presentation meetings. Addresses any additional contract considerations with or on behalf of assigned Departments. Ensures efficient and effective completion of contract requirements as established by Purchasing management and best practice. Coordinates contract development with the County Attorneys Office, Departments representatives, and other parties as needed to ensure complete and appropriate contract terms and conditions. Provides clear and appropriate technical guidance and information to County Leadership, User Departments, vendors and the public. Researches and resolves discrepancies, conflicts, and other issues as they occur throughout the procurement and contract process. Administers contracts for goods, services, and construction; acts as liaison to consultants, contractors and vendors if there are issues with contracts, amendments to scope or outcomes, or non-compliance/default; facilitates negotiations and other communications with contractors and/or service providers; reviews, develops and issues contract documents; and ensures contract(s) and performance conforms to contract terms. Issues and administers all Contracts in accordance with contract terms and conditions, County Policy and all applicable laws and governing regulations. Issues all notices related to Contracts. Performs close-out activities for all contracts. Compiles and completes all solicitation and contract files, both hard-copy and electronic, as provided in the Purchasing SOPs for each procurement file. Maintains at least a general awareness and current status on all projects and tasks, including formal and informal procurements, requests from departments, current contracts, and issues from User Departments, and must be able to recall and/or provide information regarding projects and tasks upon verbal or written request. Drafts agenda items for Board of County Commissioners review for approval by Purchasing Manager. Prepares various ad hoc reports, complex analysis, research, and other reviews as required by the assigned User Departments project workload and needs, as well as upon request from Purchasing Management. Responds to public records requests and provides documents per State Statute and County Purchasing Policy and Procedure Manual. Maintains a full time presence on the job. Performs other related duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, codes and industry standards governing public procurement. Knowledge of contract development, negotiation, and management strategies. Knowledge of public procurement practices and techniques. Comprehensive knowledge of County Purchasing Policy and Procedure Manual. Knowledge of records management policies and procedures. Knowledge on conducting sunshine, solicitation, and contract meetings. Knowledge of budgetary principles and practices. Knowledge of computers and job related software programs. Must be skilled in the analysis of information and circumstances and the creative development and compliant implementation of solutions. Skilled in negotiation and presentation of complex or technical ideas to a variety of audiences. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports. Skilled in oral and written communication. A baccalaureate degree in Public Administration, Public Procurement or other course of study related to the occupational field, or a minimum of five (5) years? experience working in public procurement in Florida may be considered in lieu of a degree. Must have a minimum of three (3) years? experience working in Public Procurement, or sufficient experience to thoroughly understand the work of the division to be able to facilitate projects and resolve problems. Must obtain and maintain Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) or equivalent certifications within three (3) years of hire. Must have the ability to be bonded. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer and related equipment. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 18
Starting Salary: $47,315.06
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


SENIOR SUPERVISING PLANNER - GROWTH MANAGEMENT SERVICES

St. Johns County Growth Management seeks a Senior Supervising Planner to provide professional planning support and customer service supervision for the Growth Management Department Trains, assigns, manages, supervises, evaluates and disciplines personnel for an assigned team. Monitors quality and progress of work. Reviews development applications for compliance with Land Development Code, Comprehensive Plan codes, State Statute and ordinances; provides guidance, and input through the web based application tracking system (WATS). Coordinates the research, preparation and presentation of staff reports for public hearings and other forums; schedules and advertises public hearings; assists county departments with data evaluation. Interprets land development regulations in order to render professional opinions on planning, land use, and growth management issues, and provide technical assistance and guidance to elected and appointed officials, county personnel, and members of the general public. Develops grant applications; writes requests for federal agency technical assistance, as assigned. Serves as liaison for complex projects to advise stakeholders regarding economic development and growth management concerns. Reviews, edits and evaluates staff reports, studies, data analysis and research documents for compliance, consistency, and appropriateness. Prepares and reviews amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code. Conducts field investigations and architectural inspections to verify compliance with existing regulations. Performs or directs research and drafts ordinances in consultation with the Planning Division Manager. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of management methods and techniques. Knowledge of federal, state, and local land development regulations and procedures. Knowledge of building permit processes. Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. Knowledge of computers and job related software programs. Must be skilled in planning, organizing, and coordinating the work of personnel. Skilled in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions. Skilled in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must have knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in course of study related to the occupational field. Must have experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems, usually associated with three to five years? progressively responsible experience. Must be able to possess and maintain AICP certification within one year of hire. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 20
Pay Range: $52,226.97-$65,848.25
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


UTILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - LIFT STATIONS & LINES

St. Johns County Utility Department seeks a Utility Maintenance Technician to assist in the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems at treatment plants and lift stations. Assists in installing, maintaining and repairing pumps and mechanical equipment at plants and lift stations. Maintains assigned vehicles and equipment. Responds to after-hours emergencies. Completes work orders. Assists in the repair of broken water and sewer lines. Operates pump truck, crane truck, and vacuum truck. Assists in maintaining pump station grounds. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of electrical repair and maintenance principles. Knowledge of mechanical repair and maintenance principles. Knowledge of plumbing system repair and maintenance principles. Must be skilled in the operation of assigned tools and equipment. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must have knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education. Must have sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to three years. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida class B ?CDL? driver?s license with ?N? (tanker) endorsement within six (6) months of employment. Until attainment, employee will be classified as ?Utility Maintenance Technician Trainee? and placed at Pay Grade 10. Must obtain class ?C? collections certification by FWPCOA within two (2) years of employment. Upon attainment of certification, employee eligible for $500 annual incentive pay, with an additional $500 annual incentive for each subsequent level of Collections certification. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 10
Starting Salary: $31,872.61
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted


WEIGHMASTER - REFUSE - LANDFILL

St. Johns County Solid Waste Department seeks a Weighmaster to be responsible for the operation of scales at the county landfill and transfer station. Weighs all vehicles entering and exiting facilities. Assists and directs public customers. Answers telephone and provides information concerning facility and services. Maintains records of daily intakes. Cleans and maintains scale house and vicinity. Maintains files and records. Maintains conference room and office. Maintains a full-time presence on the job. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have knowledge of departmental and county policies and procedures. Knowledge of scale house operation principles and practices. Knowledge of computers and job-related software programs. Must be skilled in the preparation of required reports. Skilled in the provision of customer services. Skilled in oral and written communication. Must have the ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent. Must have sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver?s license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles used while assigned to this position. Must possess good interpersonal and communication skills in order to serve others. Must be able to comprehend, speak and write the English language. Must be able to operate a computer. St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and an equal opportunity employer. All employment actions are taken without regard to race, religion, national origin, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, or genetics.
Pay Grade: 9
Starting Salary: $30,336.81
Deadline: Applications Currently Accepted