NEW! Planner I - Utah County

Utah County is seeking a full time Planner I to work under the general supervision of the Planning Supervisor to perform county planning duties relating to zoning, property addresses, census data, and other long-range planning matters. Salary range $49,628.80 - $57,033.60 DOE plus benefits. ​​ Essential Functions • Conduct field surveillance and inspections for land use violations; initiate corrective measures by sending notices and filing requests for legal action; issue land use applications.
• Gather and analyze statistical and research data regarding planning and land use.
• Act as a technical assistant to various boards and commissions; review customer applications to appear before various boards.
• Design and draft graphs, charts, maps, photographs, and other illustrative material.
• Direct and participate in field investigations of land use.
• Coordinate planning projects; provide the public with assistance in current planning matters such as zoning, business licensing, property address, and census data.
• Review site plans and subdivisions for conformance to development requirements of Utah County; coordinate information between other county reviewing departments and applicants.
• Assist in developing goals and policies; assist in the writing of plans.
• Issue County addresses.
• Assist in presentations before the Utah County Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment, and County Commission. Required Education and Experience 1. Bachelor's degree in Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, or a similar planning-related field.
2. One (1) year of work experience performing civic planning activities.
3. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. To apply for this position, go to the Utah County website: www.utahcounty.gov/jobs Select “Apply Now” and select the Planner I R0000658 job announcement. If you are a current Utah County employee and have access to Workday, you can enter “Find Jobs” in the search bar, and select the Planner I R0000658 job. You may need to update your profile. Open until filled, first review of applicants September 17, 2021 at 11:59 PM (MST). For the entire job description, please view the document here.

County Planner - Lincoln County, WY

Lincoln County, Wyoming has an immediate opening for a full-time planner in the Office of Planning and Engineering to advise the county planning and zoning commission and the county commissioners on matters related to development. The salary range for this position is $55k to $65k DOE. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lincoln County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. This position performs responsible office and field work involving planning, zoning, Code Enforcement and land use; supervises and assigns the work of planning and Code Enforcement staff; provides staff support to Planning & Zoning Committees, the Planning & Zoning Commission, Board of County Commissioners and other boards, commissions, and committees; interprets Department plans, codes; reviews, assesses, and prepares reports for current application proposals and recommends necessary modification for compliance; performs complex planning and project management for the County. For the entire job description and to apply, please view the document here.

County Manager - White Pine County, NV

White Pine County is seeking a full time Appointed County Manager to be the Chief Administrative Officer responsible for Executive, Administrative and Human Resource duties of Government operations. Salary range $115,000-$140,498 DOE plus competitive benefit package. Requires a minimum qualification of a Bachelor's degree in public administration, business administration, human resources or a closely related field; AND eight (8) years of executive experience in providing public administration support services; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Competitive benefit package includes: Medical, dental, vision and life insurance, Nevada Retirement Systems retirement plans, holiday, vacation, administrative and sick leave time. White Pine County Employment Applications and a complete job description are available from the White Pine County Personnel Office at 297 Nevada Northern Rail Way, Suite 1, Ely, Nevada 89301 or online at https://www.whitepinecounty.net/jobs.aspx.
A completed White Pine County Employment Application, copy of resume including copy of college transcripts, and three (3) letters of professional recommendation must be submitted to the Personnel Office at the above address or by email to efrances@whitepinecountynv.gov by 5:00 PM Friday, October 8, 2021.
White Pine County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No County mandated vaccination or mask requirements. For the entire job description, please view the document here.

Operator II/Driver - Tooele County

Tooele County is seeking a Operator II/Driver to join our team. The Operator II/Driver will perform skilled journeyman level equipment operation to construct, maintain, and repair and help with the day to day functions of the Solid Waste Facility within Tooele County. Must provide a copy of a current driving record and a copy of your CDL license. Example of Duties: • Daily transfer of waste hauling, municipal waste hauling
• Maintenance and daily inspection of loaders, dozers, roll offs, excavators, forklift and skid-steer
• Sort, push, bury, compact Municipal Solid Waste
• Assist in delivery and maintenance of residential garbage cans and compact sales
• Works on tipping floor and other areas with garbage, sorting, manually handling etc.
• See full job description for other duties Must have the ability to operate a loader, dozer, grinder, excavator, forklift and skid steer. Must have and maintain a minimum certification of 2 pieces of heavy equipment from the following list: dozer, wheel loader, tub grinder, excavator, and roll off truck. Knowledge of mechanics; knowledge of landfill operation and requirements; knowledge of safety practices, working knowledge of fire hazards; and the ability to assist in repairs. Ability to perform mechanical and operational maintenance adjustments to equipment. For more information or to apply, visit https://tooelecounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/ Open until filled.

Road Operations Specialist I-III - Tooele County

Tooele County is seeking a Road Operations Specialist I-III to join our team. The Road Operation Specialist I-III will perform semi-skilled heavy-duty truck driving duties to haul or tow a variety of materials, equipment, tools and will be engaged in the construction, maintenance and repair of roads. Example of Duties: • Drives ten-wheel tandem axle trucks and trailers, to haul asphalt, gravel, sand or similar materials.
• Operates semi-tractor or ten-wheel dump truck to pull low-boy or tilt deck-trailer to transport heavy equipment such as loader, backhoe, grader or dozer from one job to another.
• Performs weather related flood control work and snow removal duties. Must have working knowledge of road construction practices and techniques; knowledge of driving practices and problems; some knowledge of mechanics; knowledge of road conditions and their effect on driving practices; working knowledge of laws pertaining to the operation of heavy vehicles. Skills in operating a variety of heavy-duty trucks; skills in controlling and handling trucks with heavy loads under a variety of road and traffic conditions. For more information or to apply, visit https://tooelecounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/ Open until filled.

NEW! Policy Analyst - OLRGC

The Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, a nonpartisan office serving the Utah Legislature, is seeking a full-time Policy Analyst. A Policy Analyst conducts public policy research and analysis for individual legislators and legislative committees, commissions, and task forces.
Policy Analysts must be able to maintain neutrality and objectivity, regardless of their personal beliefs: specifically, she/he must be able to work with legislators with different party affiliations, opinions, and political philosophies, and be able to conduct objective analysis on various public policy positions. Additionally, Policy Analysts must be able to work in a team environment with legislative attorneys and other legislative staff who have varying areas of expertise and experience. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Research and conduct in-depth policy analysis
• Identify and communicate policy options during the development of draft legislation
• Staff legislative committees
• Advise legislators on the application of legislative rules and process
• Prepare policy briefs, memoranda, briefing papers, and presentations
• Track relevant federal and state legislation For more information and to apply, view the document here.

NEW! Administrative Assistant - OLRGC

The Office of Legislative Research & General Counsel is a nonpartisan office serving the Utah Legislature. Administrative Assistants perform a wide variety of administrative and clerical tasks for analysts, attorneys, legal research, and bill & data management teams. This role also includes staffing legislative committee meetings, participating in work groups, and proofreading legislation.
• Providing administrative and clerical support to assigned legislative staff teams, including mailing, scanning, faxing, copying, compiling electronic documents, and maintaining and organizing written and electronic files
• Answering telephones, responding to emails, managing calendars and contacts, and scheduling meetings
• Formatting documents, including letters, legal or policy briefs, memorandum, PowerPoint presentations, and Excel spreadsheets
• Communicating meeting and general office information to legislative staff, legislators, and the public
• Assisting with legislative meeting logistics, including posting meeting notices and agendas, organizing and distributing meeting documents, reserving meeting space, and communicating meeting information to attendees
• Attending legislative meetings and preparing meeting minutes or notes
• Proofreading documents for proper format, accuracy, and style
• Assisting legislative staff with data entry and research
• Providing occasional receptionist duties as assigned For more information or to apply, please view the document here.

NEW! Deputy Director, Economic Development - Davis County

Job Summary:
Under the guidance and direction of the Community and Economic Development Director, performs professional and administrative work in regional economic development, regional economic development planning and sustainability, negotiating financial incentives such as loans and grants, managing special projects, and tracking community resources and development.
Minimum Qualifications:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in business management, urban planning, economics, public policy, public administration or a related field. A related Master’s degree is preferred.
Requires six (6) years of full-time progressive professional experience in economic and/or regional planning. Experience must include budget administration, supervision, and a record of success related to economic and/or planning project development
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Salary: $83,400 - $128,700 DOE Position open until filled. To learn more and to apply, please review the document here.

NEW! Payroll Administrator - Davis County

Job Summary:
Under the direction of the Human Resources (HR) Deputy Director or designee, incumbent is responsible for the administration, development and processing which support the Davis County payroll system. Coordinates closely with the HR Benefits Administrator, HR staff, the Clerk/Auditor’s Office and Information Services. Requires compliance with county, state and federal payroll policies, rules and regulations. Processes, monitors, and ensures accuracy of timekeeping systems, payroll & deduction records, time entry, leave tracking and exception resolution.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in human resources, accounting or a closely related field, plus four (4) years of general accounting experience, two (2) of which must be in payroll operations and computerized payroll systems experience. Comparable experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis. Salary: $25.36 - $39.17 hourly Position closes 9/28/2021. To learn more or to apply, please review the information here.

NEW! Event Planning Intern - Davis County

Job Summary: Discover Davis, the destination marketing organization (DMO) for Davis County is managed by the Davis County Tourism and Events Office (Tourism department), a division within Community and Economic Development. The County seeks an individual to assist with the event planning and execution for several annual events that are managed by the Tourism team, along with other events within the community that are sponsored by the Tourism department.
This position performs a variety of duties in coordinating activities related to the Great Salt Lake Bird Festival and Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride. This may include planning entertainment/activities, marketing events and soliciting sponsorships. This position may also assist with other County sponsored events held throughout the summer. Example of Duties: Assists the Event Coordinator in preparation for the annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival (May 12th-15th, 2022) and Antelope by Moonlight Bike Ride (July 15th, 2022), and any other events that may be hosted by Discover Davis; assists in social media management, website updates, securing sponsorship, and coordination of logistical needs for activities, attendees, and vendors related to the events.
Assists with Committee functions and coordinates various activities with appropriate committee members. Assists in soliciting sponsorships for the events; contacts businesses and organizations and solicits support and participation. Plans activities for event attendees.
May represent Davis County Tourism at local festivals or other community events. Works extended flexible hours in preparation for and during County events. Operates a motor vehicle in a safe manner and in compliance with all Utah laws and regulations. Performs related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications:
Currently enrolled at an accredited college or university actively seeking a Bachelor’s OR Master's Degree in experience design, recreation or business management, marketing, parks/recreation, or a closely related field. Experience in sales, marketing, sponsorship, event planning or operations, recreation planning, or a directly related field is desired. A desire to work in the Events or Tourism industry after graduation is preferred. Salary: $14.00 per hour Position open until filled. To learn more about the position or to apply, please review the information here.

NEW! RSVP Volunteer Coordinator - Davis County

Job Summary: Coordinates volunteer recruitment and training, and provides support for the RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer) program. Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from high school (or equivalent), plus two (2) years of directly related full
time employment; an acceptable combination of education and experience may be considered. Preference for training and/or experience working with volunteer programs and/or 55+ population. Preference for fluency in Spanish and English (fluency defined as proficiency level in both languages as evidenced by the ability to verbally interpret from English-to-Spanish and from Spanish-to-English, as well as the ability to translate written documents from English-to-Spanish and from Spanish-to-English). Salary: $16.17 - $24.93 per hour Position closes 9/30/2021. To learn more about this position or to apply, please view the information here.