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ProthonotaryMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This is a full time, permanent position in the office of the Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts. Job duties include but are not limited to maintaining records and files for the Prothonotary/Clerk of Courts, assisting customers at the counter, executing passport applications, Administering Oaths and other clericial duties as assigned.
5/15/2015
  
County Main SiteChris Wysocki, Administrator
Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Juniata Counties Headquarter City/Address: (Work Location) 399 Green Avenue, Lewistown, Pa 17044 Type of Job: Civil Service Union: NA Bargaining Unit: NA Seniority Position: No Type Position: Permanent / Full-Time Salary Range: $45,000 - $65,000 Pay Range & Step: 40 / Posting Length: 15 days Posting Dates: 05/11/2015 to 05/29/2015 Contact Name / Number: Chris Wysocki / 717-242-6467, x.110 Additional Information: Work hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4;30 p.m. Monday -Friday (8 hours per day with .5 hrs for lunch) Pay is twice per month. Job Description: EStructure the Program accounting system to function accurately. Track and monitor the rates and services of providers while ensuring effective and efficient operations and provider integrity. Audit individual client services and rate reimbursements. Devise and implement fiscal strategies which maximize payment to providers, supplements county match, while minimizing surpluses of state and federal funds. Coordinate the development and submission of budgets and fund allocations with the Administrator, Program Staff, Counties, State, and Contracted Agencies. Initiating budgets the Administrative Office, Mental Health Services, Intellectual Disability Services and Early Intervention Services no later than April 30 for the upcoming fiscal year. In cooperation with the Administrator these budgets will be presented to the Joinder Board of Commissioners at their June meeting for preliminary approval. Final budget approval will occur after Allocation Letters have been received. Prepare and present to the Administrator Monthly/Year-to-Date Cost Reports for the Administrative Office, Mental Health Services, Intellectual Disability Services and Early Intervention Services by the 20th of the Month for the previous Month. Supervise and provide guidance to the two Fiscal Technicians, evaluate their performance, and make changes to job functions as appropriate. Maintain ongoing working relationships with BFO, ODP, OMHSAS, OCDEL, Counties, and Providers related to problem solving, financial policies and financial changes within the system. Oversee personnel and payroll functions for the Program. Oversee the information technology for the Program. Prepare providers for system-wide changes within OMHSAS, ODP, and OCDEL. Ensure ongoing provider audits are conducted by the fiscal department. These audits should be done twice per fiscal year with each provider and more frequently as agreed upon with the Administrator when there are problems and concerns. Direct accounts payable function to ensure positive cash flow and timely payments. Direct accounts receivable to ensure positive cash flow by receiving quarterly allocations of the revenue from the state and reconcile the reimbursement to ensure accuracy. Submit county billing and receive reimbursement quarterly. Bill tenant providers monthly to cost share in building expenses. Prepare quarterly expenditure reports for the state and Joint Board of Commissioners. Prepare Income and Expense reports for all services as required by the Depart of Human Services. Prepare for the annual audit, cooperating with auditor throughout the process. Cooperate with each of the counties as necessary for each of the county auditing processes. Attend meetings and trainings as necessary. Perform other related duties as directed by the Administrator. Last Date Job Applications Will Be Accepted: 05/29/2015 RECRUITMENT METHODS: Applicants must meet one (or more) of the following methods(s) to be considered for this vacancy:  Civil Service List  Promotion Without Examination  Transfer  Reassignment  Voluntary Demotion  Reinstatement ELIGIBILITY – ALL CANDIDATE(S): 1. Must meet the minimum experience and training (METs) required for the job. The METs for this position are: Minimum Experience and Training: One year professional accounting experience and graduation from a four year college that included 15 college credits in accounting; OR three years of accounting experience and an associate degree in accounting or business administration including or supplemented by 15 college credits in accounting; OR one year as a Fiscal Technician or five years of bookkeeping experience including or supplemented by 15 college credits in accounting; OR equivalent combination of experience and training which include 15 college credits in accounting are acceptable. 2. State Civil Service Commission Approved Additional Special Requirements: None 3. Must be a resident of Pennsylvania. 4. Must be eligible for selection in accordance with Civil Service rules. ELIGIBILITY – COMPETITIVE PROMOTION WITHOUT EXAMINATION ONLY: CLASS RESTRICTIONS 1. Have held regular civil service status in one of the following classifications:  County Program Fiscal Officert   For any other classification, a determination will be made to whether a logical occupational function and careet development relationship exists with the posted position and/or whether there is a clear linkage between the required knowledge, skills and abilities with those needed for the posted position. SELECTION CRITERIA 2. Meet the minimum experience and training required for the job. 3. Meritorious service; defined as (a) the absence of any discipline above the level of written reprimand during the 12 months preceding the closing date of the posting, and (b) the last due overall regular or probationary performance evaluation was higher than unsatisfactory or fails to meet. 4. Seniority, defined as a minimum of one (1) year(s) in the next lower class(es) by the posting closing date of 05/01/2015. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS 5. Interested qualified applicants must submit all requested materials as specified in the "How To Apply Section". Failure to comply with the above application requirements will eliminate you from consideration for this position. Send completed application materials to the address listed in "How To Apply" section. 6. Additional information may be obtained by calling: Chris Wysocki / 717-242-6467, x.110 This section is issued for compliance with Management Directive 580.19, Promotion in the Classified Service without Examination. HOW TO APPLY – ALL CANDIDATES: The following materials must be mailed and postmarked on or before 05/01/2015. Late applications will not be accepted. 1. Completed Civil Service Application, Form SCSC-1 (Need not be notarized). The application must provide details of experience and training as related to the minimum experience and training requirements for the vacancy so eligibility can be determined. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodations for the interview due to a disability, please advise the interviewer of the accommodations you require well in advance of the scheduled date. If interested in applying, please send applications to: Chris Wysocki, Administrator 399 Green Avenue Lewistown, PA 17044 Juniata Valley
5/31/2015
  
Children & Youth ServicesNicole Leturgy
HUNTINGDON COUNTY CHILDREN’S SERVICES IS SEEKING INDIVIDUALS TO FILL VACANCIES FOR COUNTY CASEWORKER POSITIONS. CASEWORKERS CONDUCT CHILD ABUSE INVESTIGATIONS, PROVIDE ONGOING/PLACEMENT SERVICES TO FAMILIES IN NEED OF GENERAL PROTECTIVE SERVICES. ON-CALL DUTY IS REQUIRED. INDIVIDUALS MUST HAVE TIME MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS, ORAL AND WRITTEN SKILLS AND COMPUTER SKILLS. INDIVIDUALS MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE AND MUST HAVE ACCESS TO A REGISTERED VEHICLE. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: A BACHELOR’S DEGREE AND CIVIL SERVICE TEST FOR COUNTY CASEWORKER 1 AT WWW.SCSC.STATE.PA.US. COLLEGE SENIORS WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF GRADUATION MAY APPLY. STATE AND FEDERAL CRIMINAL HISTORY AND CHILD ABUSE CLEARANCES ARE MANDATORY. EMPLOYMENT SHALL BE MADE WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGIOUS CREED, DISABILITY, ANCESTRY, NATIONAL ORIGIN (INCLUDING LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY, AGE OR SEX ORIENTATION. OUR AGENCY IS COMMITTED TO THE PRINCIPLES OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL PERSONS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMMONWEALTH REQUIREMENTS. PLEASE CONTACT NICOLE TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW AT (814) 643-3270 EXT. 302 OR 0 FOR OPERATOR. ​​​
6/30/2015
  
District AttorneyDave Smith
HUNTINGDON COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE Assistant District Attorney – Full Time Position Open The Huntingdon County Office of the District Attorney is accepting applications for a full time Assistant District Attorney position. Eligible candidates must have a Juris Doctorate degree, be a member in good standing with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and pass a background investigation. Salary based on experience, full benefit package. Email your resume and a writing sample directly to: dgsmith@huntingdoncounty.net
6/30/2015
  
MaintenanceMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position under direct supervision to perform general maintenance and custodial duties for the Huntingdon County Courthouse and all buildings used by Huntingdon County. III. Job Duties/Responsibilities 1. Clean floors including sweeping, mopping, and scrubbing. 2. Maintain lights including replacing bulbs and ballasts. 3. Inspect offices, hallways and steps. 4. Take out trash. 5. Deliver mail and office supplies. 6. Maintain bathrooms including soap dispensers and faucets. 7. Inspect EMA generator. 8. Able to react productively to change and handle other essential duties as assigned.
8/7/2015
  
Veterans AffairsMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to provide direction and support for veteran's with the Veteran's Affairs department serving as the liaison between Veterans, their dependents and government services. This is a full time position and the hours are Monday Through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Duties include but are not limited to: Prepare claims forms, request hearings and review state board decisions. Advise Veterans of possible benefits, process and file forms when necessary and record discharges. For a complete job description, please contact Michelle Cerett at mcerett@huntingdoncounty.net Interested candidates must submit a completed County application, a current resume and a letter of interest no later than Friday, August 28th, 2015 to the following address: Huntingdon County Commissioners 233 Penn Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 Attn: Michelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
8/28/2015
  
Emergency Management AgencyMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to facilitate emergency management and emergency management services for Huntingdon County including a wide range of emergency responses ranging from flooding to hazmat incidents with the flexibility to handle each emergency as unique situation. Job duties include but are not limited to providing direct support and services to ensure a viable Emergency Management department including 24 hour/7day a week on call service, direct the work of the Emergency Management staff, and communicating with other agencies concering Emergency Management Services. Director is also responsible for developing and updating operational plans for emergency situations. For a complete job description, email Michelle Cerett at mcerett@huntingdoncounty.net Interested candidates must submit a completed County applicaiton, a current resume and a letter of interest no later than Friday, August 28th, 2015. All correspondence must be sent to the following address: Huntingdon County Commissioners 233 Penn Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 Attn: Michelle Cerett
8/28/2015
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to assist with the administrative/clerical duties associated with the Commissioner’s Office. This is a part-time/as needed position. Duties include but are not limited to assisting with clerical duties in the office, answering phones, assisting the public and processing mail. For a full job description, contact Michelle Cerett at mcerett@huntingdoncounty.net Interest applicatants must submit a completed County application, resume and letter of interest no later than August 28th, 2015. All correspondence must be sent to the following address: Huntingdon County Commissioners 233 Penn Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 Attn: Michelle Cerett
8/28/2015
  
Recorder & Register of WillsMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to facilitate the operation of the Register of Wills, Recorder of Deeds and Clerk of Orphans Court offices. Duties include but are not limited to: act under the supervision of the Office Holder to serve public customers, answer phones, process requests, enter data into software systems and process cash payments. This is a full time, permanent position with benefits. Interested candidates must submit a county application and any other pertinent information to the following address by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2nd 2015 Huntingdon County Commissioners 233 Penn Street Huntingdon, PA 16652 Attn: Michelle Cerett
9/2/2015
  
Planning & DevelopmentMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to provide bookkeeping and clerical skills for the Planning and Development Department. The Bookkeeper is responsible for a variety of bookkeeping and accounting duties and is resopnsible for maintenance and balancing of complex fiscal records. The Bookkeeper is responsible for accuracy in posting, calculating, and balancing financial records. Work performed is under the supervision of the Planning Department
10/16/2015
  
Children & Youth ServicesNicole Leturgy
Huntingdon County Children’s Services is seeking individuals to fill a County Fiscal Technician position. Fiscal Technicians prepare quarterly and annual fiscal reports on expenditures and revenues for the Bureau of Financial Operations, Department of Human Services and the Comptroller Office. They provide advanced bookkeeping-accounting work involving reviewing and processing financial records and documents for quality and accuracy to established accounting procedures; maintain a database and eligibility files on all kids entering placement and review information monthly for accuracy and completeness; ensure that all files comply with state and federal regulations for auditing purposes; and collect, compile and analyze monthly data for reports and other correspondence. Individuals must have time management and organizational skills, oral and written skills and computer skills. Individuals must have a valid driver’s license and must have access to a registered vehicle. Educational Requirements: one year as a fiscal assistant; or 3 years of work involving the maintenance of fiscal or financial records, including 1 year of responsible work which involves the application of accounting or fiscal principles and practices and graduation from high school; or 1 year of experience in maintaining and reviewing fiscal records and an associate degree in accounting or business administration; or an equivalent combination of experience and training. Must meet Civil Service eligibility criteria for Fiscal Technician 1 classification at www.scsc.state.pa.us. Please take test ASAP so you can be put onto the civil service list. State and Federal criminal history and child abuse clearances are mandatory. Employment shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency, age or sex orientation). Our Agency is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all persons and affirmative action in accordance with the Commonwealth requirements. Please contact Nicole to schedule an interview at (814) 643-3270 ext. 302 or 0 for operator.
12/3/2015
  
Children & Youth ServicesNicole Leturgy
Huntingdon County Children’s Services is seeking individuals to fill vacancies for County Caseworker positions. Caseworkers conduct child abuse investigations, provide ongoing/placement services to families in need of general protective services. On-call duty is required. Individuals must have time management and organizational skills, oral and written skills and computer skills. Individuals must have a valid driver’s license and must have access to a registered vehicle. Educational Requirements: a Bachelor’s Degree and Civil Service Test for County Caseworker 1 at www.scsc.state.pa.us. Please take test ASAP so you can be put onto the civil service list. College seniors within 3 months of graduation may apply. State and Federal criminal history and child abuse clearances are mandatory. Employment shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency, age or sex orientation. Our Agency is committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity for all persons and affirmative action in accordance with the Commonwealth requirements. Please contact Nicole to schedule an interview at (814) 643-3270 ext. 302 or 0 for operator.
12/4/2015
  
Tax Assessment
This position exists under direct Supervision to provide Clerical support to the Chief Tax Assessor. Duties include but are not limited to typing, filing, copying, data entry and answering the phone.
12/22/2015
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists to assist the Chief Clerk in maintaining a viable County Commissioners Office. Duties include but are not limited to attending and taking minutes of all Commissioners meetings in the absence of the Chief Clerk, completing Human Resource related duties for all new and terminated employees, Managing the County phone system and coordinating IT services in the absence of the Chief Clerk. This individual will also assist with answering phones, processing mail and assisting with elections as needed.
12/31/2015
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This position exists under the Chief Clerk to coordinate all aspects of the Election process and maintain the Voter Registration system. Duties include but are not limited to coordinating the election procees, processing voter registration applications in the SURE system, processing ballot requests, completing reports for the Department of State, maintaining candidate expenses statements, answering phones, processing mail and assisting with public when needed.
12/31/2015
  
SheriffSheriff Walters
This position exists under the direct supervision of the Sheriff to serve the Court of Common Pleas, assist in the prevention of crime and enforcement of laws and regulations, provide services to the citizens of Huntingdon County, and assist other law enforcement agencies. The Deputy Sheriff is a sworn officer charged with the protection of life, limb and property. For a complete job description, contact the Sheriff's office. Applications may be picked up at the Commissioners Office, Sheriff's Office or online at www.huntingdoncounty.net. Completed applications must be submitted to the Commissioners Office no later than Friday, April 22 2016.
4/22/2016
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
This is a full-time, permanent position int he Commissioners Office. Primary duties include processing accounts payable invoices, maintaining accounts in quick books, processing payroll and preparing monthly reports. Additional duties include but are not limited to assisting with clerical duties of the office, processing mail, greeting the public and assisting with the election process. Accounting experience is preferred.
5/27/2016
  
PrisonDuane Black
This position exists to supervise, control and care of all inmates in Huntingdon County Prison. Duties include but are not limited to monitoring closed circuit television, maintaining visual supervision of the mail cell block, answering calls, conducting roll calls, and handling mail. This is a part-time position, 32 hours per week starting at $14.03 per hour. Full benefit package is available after completion of six month probationary period. Interested candidates must submit a cover letter and application to the Huntingdon County Commissioner office 233 Penn Street, Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than the close of business on Friday June 3rd, 2016,
6/3/2016
  
Planning & DevelopmentMark Colussy
The Planner I performs professional work in conducting planning activities and special projects in the planning and development department. Assistance with grant writing and administration is a major activity for this position. Secondary responsibilities include file and data base maintenance, data collection and analysis, word processing, report preparation, data interpretation and presentation. Work performed is under the general supervision of the Grant Administrator and Planning Director. Duties include but are not limited to acting as a liason between the county, Governmental agencies, private agencies and the public on Community Development Block grants, assisting grant administrator with grant applications, collecting and organizing census data related to CDBG projects and conducting research in connection with grant projects. Interested candidates must submit an application to the Huntingdon County Commissioner office, 233 Penn Street, Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than the close of business Friday, June 3rd, 2016.
6/3/2016
  
MaintenanceMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
Maintenance Crew is responsible for cleaning floors, bathrooms and county offices. They are also responsible for maintaining supplies in restrooms, emptying trash and completing safety checks on County buildings. This is a full time, second shift position with full benefits.
9/2/2016
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Chris Wysocki, Administrator
Perform general office duties to include answering phones, filing, ordergin/maintaining inventory of office supplies, etc. Maintain responsibility for schduling and advertising board/public meetings, sending agendas to attendiees, and ensuring minutes of meetings are taken and provided to attendees. Prepare new fiscal year contracts. Review contracts prior to sending to provider agencies, track contracts and amendments throughout the year. Coordinate amends with Administrator and Fiscal office. Receive incoming mail, date stamp, and distribute. Ensure the proper operations of the office equipment to include contacting maintenance support. Maintain passwork access for the buildings keyless security system. Maintain telephone system function. Prepare and maintain all necessary paperwork related to Civil Service working with the County Programs Office of the Department of Human Services. Prepare various reports to include but not limited to the Motor Voter Report. Complete special projects including creating pecials online forms, booklets, etc. Attend meetings and trainings as appropriate and necessary. For a full copy of the job description, contact Chris Wysocki, cwysocki@jvbds.org
10/12/2016
  
Chris Wysocki, Administrator
Estabhlish, review, and conduct internal procedures related to the below tasks. Review and code provider bills, process invoices for payments, reconcile invoices and payments, mail payments and remittance advices to providers. Monitor and provide support to track all aspects of the Intellectual Disabilities Waivers. Monitor provider budgets by running cost center reports. Identify and investigate discrepancies. Provide remedy as appropriate. Responsible for employee payroll computation, maintenance and all payroll records and reports. Includes the accuracy of individual timesheets and benefit computation, pretax contributions, Federal, State and local tax reports, 1099s, W-2s, W-4s, unemployment and other records and reports related to payroll. Maintain a working relationship with contracted payroll service. Maintain responsibility for cash accounts to include coding, recording and deposit of revenue. Maintain the cash receipts book. Transfer monies to payroll account to avoid overdrafts as appropriate. Record manual checks. Review and post journal entries. Review bank reconciliations, CRJ and GL cash accounts. Recommend corrections as necessary. Provide support and monitoring for the Intellectual Disability Waivers. Conduct provider organizations audits. Complete or assist in the completion of various financial reports including income and expense, 1099, audit reports, etc. For a full copy of the job description, please contact Chris Wysocki cwysocki@jvbds.org
10/12/2016
  
Chris Wysocki, Administrator
Monitor and ensure compliance within the Consolidated and Person & Family Delivered Services Waiver Programs. Review Indivdual Service Plans for assigned waiver individuals ensuring compliance with all applicalbe regulations. Authorize services for Individual Service Plans for assigned waiver individuals meeting all waiver regulations. Review Prioritization of Urgency of Need for all assigned waiver individuals. Participate in the development and completion of the Intellectual Disabilities section of the Non-Block Grant County Plan. Participate in provider monitoring as outlined in Waiver Regulation. Participate in the development of system training for individuals, families, providers and Base Service Unit. Particopate in hearings as necessary for all assigned individuals with the Office of Hearings and Appeals. Provider guidance to Support Coordination Unit regarding Waiver Regulations. Attend meetings and trainings as appropriate and necessary. For a full job description, contact Chris Wysocki cwysocki@jvbds.org
10/12/2016
  
Sheriff
This position exists under the direct supervision of the Sheriff to serve the Court of Common Pleas, assist in the prevention of crime and enforcement of laws and regulations, provide services to the citizens of Huntingdon County, and assist other law enforcement agencies. The Deputy Sheriff is a sworn officer charged with the protection of life, limb  and property. For a complete job description, contact the Sheriff's office. Applications may be picked up at the Commissioners Office, Sheriff's Office or online at www.huntingdoncounty.net. Completed applications must be submitted to the Commissioners Office no later than Friday, December 2nd, 2016.
12/2/2016
  
Probation
Job Duties/Responsibilities: 1. Supervise caseload of adults as assigned by the Deputy/Supervisor 2. Provide individual counseling and other services to help offenders in their personal, social and economic adjustments in the Community. 3. Conduct LSI-R evaluations as assigned by the Director. 4. Maintains contacts with families, friends, employers and other concerned persons. 5. Participates in training seminars as assigned by the Director 6. Performs other job duties as assigned by the Director or Deputy/Supervisor. Ability to work with minimum supervision is preferred. Bachelor degree Criminal Justice or related field is required. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Interested applicants should click on "start application" and will be given instructions to apply through Huntingdon CareerLink. Must apply by 4 pm on December 2nd, 2016
12/2/2016
  
AuditorsAlexa McGraw
Huntingdon County is seeking applications for the position of Auditor. Due to a vacancy in the elected position of Huntingdon County Auditor, President Judge Zanic will appoint an individual to complete the term of Auditor. The term expires on December 31, 2019. The ideal candidate shall have strong analytical and problem solving skills. The candidate must be capable of multi-tasking, be highly organized and have great attention to detail. Primary Duties: • Audit, settle and adjust the accounts of all county officers, and make an annual report thereof. • Submission of said report to the Court of Common Pleas and publish the same as per the requirements of the County Code. • Shall provide an annual report of the financial condition of the County to the Department of Community and Economic Development. • Works in conjunction with the other two elected County Auditors. As per requirements of 16. P. S. § 702, any individual shall be ineligible for appointment if the candidate is employed by Huntingdon County in any capacity, any county school district, any board of health or any municipality authority of which the county is a member. The Auditors are paid on a per diem basis and work six-hours per day, five day per week, between the months of January and June. The successful candidate will be appointed to the position by the President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon County. Please submit resumes and cover letters to Alexa McGraw, Huntingdon County District Court Administrator, 223 Penn Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652 by December 15, 2016.
12/15/2016
  
Recorder & Register of Wills
This is a full-time, permanent position in the Register and Recorders office. Job duties include but are not limited to recording and indexing deeds, mortgages, sales agreements, leases, right of ways, survery, sub-division plans, oaths and commissions of County officers, notary public commissions and military discharge papers. Additional duties include filing and indexing all documents related to the probate of wills, proceedings related to estates, incompetencies, guardianships and adoptions. Office Hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Position offers a full benefit package including paid Holidays. Interested candidates must submit application and/or resume to Huntingdon County Commissioners office, 233 Penn Street Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than 4:00 p.m. December 22nd, 2016
12/23/2016
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
The Chief Clerk provides administrative support and services to the County Commissioner's, the Commissioner's Office and the County Departments. Job duties include but are not limited to managing the day to day operations of the Commissioner's office, attending public meetings of the Commissioner's and taking minutes, overseeing the Election process, and serving as Human Resource Director for all County employees. In addition, the Chief Clerk is responsible for managing the Commissioners schedules, bidding and procurement of major purchases, coordinating IT and phone services with appropriate vendors, negotiating union contracts as necessary, maintaining liquid fuels reports, coordinating annual audits and serving as secretary to the retirement board. Salary range is $35,000.00 to $44.000.00 per year depending on experience. Position also offers full benefit package including health, vision and life insurance as well as County retirement benefits.High School diploma supplemented by college level courses or administration experience required. Bookkeeping and computer technology experience preferred. Please submit resume, cover letter and County application to the Commissioner's office, 233 Penn Street Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than Friday February 10th, 2017.
2/10/2017
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
The Huntingdon County Commissioners are accepting applications for the position of 911 Director. The 911 Director is responsible for the daily operations of the 911 center, preparing the department budget, ensuring compliance with Federal and State mandates, attending meetings and other duties as assigned. Associate’s degree with one to two years’ emergency service experience, including supervisory experience, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities. Must attain various certifications including National Incident Management System (NIMS), Must obtain PA PEMA Supervisor, Call-Taker, Fire, Police, EMS Dispatcher Certifications and APCO Basic Tele-communicator certification, desired APCO EMD Certification. For a full job description email mcerett@huntingdoncounty.net . Interested candidates must submit resume, cover letter and County application to the Commissioner's office, 233 Penn Street , Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
3/21/2017
  
CommissionersMichelle Cerett, Chief Clerk
The Huntingdon County Commissioners are accepting applications for the position of Elections Coordinator. The Elections Coordinator is responsible coordinating the election as well as processing voter registration applications, candidate petitions, campaign finance reports, answering phone calls and processing mail. For a full job description, email mcerett@huntingdoncounty.net. Interested candidates must submit resume, cover letter and County application to the Commissioner's office, 233 Penn Street , Huntingdon PA 16652 no later than Monday, March 20th, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
3/21/2017
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