Madison County Calendar


Job Openings as of 10-22-2014

2966-A_OPEN

POSITION: Crossing Guard (PT)
LOCATION:Madison County Schools


ANNOUNCEMENT: 2966-A
OPENING DATE: 09/11/2012
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Person in this position will assist children in safely crossing roads, and will also direct traffic. Work will require standing for an hour at a time in varied weather conditions. Hours of work will vary, approximately four hours per day, which will include travel time.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Applicant must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical exam. Must be available to attend daytime training sessions, and have a valid Alabama Driver’s License.

SALARY:

$8.85/hr.




3142-A_OPEN

POSITION: Detention Officer (Part-Time)
LOCATION:Sheriff’s Dept.


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3142-A
OPENING DATE: 08/19/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Security work in the County Jail, maintaining order and supervising prisoners. Maintains security and supervises movement, conduct, work, discipline, recreation, and custody of prisoners. Inspect quarters, facilities, and work locations. Processes incoming prisoners and maintains records. Work assignments are on a shift basis (day or night), and may include weekends and holidays. Shifts may be subject to rotation.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be at least 21 years of age with high school diploma or GED. Must be a U.S. citizen or have proof of naturalization. Must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record and be able to pass a physical exam and drug test. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background investigation.

SALARY:

$12.51/hour




3136-A_OPEN

POSITION: Detention Clerk
LOCATION:Wheeler Ave.


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3136-A
OPENING DATE: 09/09/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

This is routine work in the Madison County Detention facility including routine clerical work, which follows well-established procedures. Employees in this class are responsible for the performance of clerical tasks, which can be readily learned by training on the job, requiring limited judgment in their execution. Detailed instructions are given at the beginning of the work and on subsequent new assignments. However, as employees become familiar with the particular procedures, they may work with independence of action on the more routine aspects of the work. Advice is given to employees on unusual problems and on new assignments by their supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to: Graduation from a standard high school: 1-3 years experience in responsible clerical work or other related field. Must be able to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. All applicants will be subject to a through background investigation. Must pass a physical and a drug screen.

SALARY:

$24,148.80 annually




3151-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Inmate Work Detail Supv. (P/T)
LOCATION:Alt. Sentencing and Release


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3151-PR
OPENING DATE: 10/06/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Supervises assigned work details, maintains security, custody, and control of inmates during work and meals, maintains appropriate discipline of inmates by insuring they adhere to institutional standards of conduct, and maintains a perpetual count on assigned prisoners. Transports inmate work details to assigned work locations for the purpose of performing community service work such as painting, carpentry, masonry, mowing, weeding, trash removal, and other roadside and ditch maintenance work. Perform related work as required. This position is part-time approximately 35 hours a week.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have high school diploma or GED. Some experience in building and grounds maintenance, or any combination of training and experience that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions. Work requires frequent physical effort such as standing, walking, bending, reaching, lifting and carrying objects of moderate weight (15-49 pounds). Must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 21 years of age. Must have no prior history of drug / alcohol abuse or addiction, or conviction of any crime of moral turpitude as defined by Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. A physical and drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$12.00/hr.




3156-PR_20141024

POSITION: Apprentice Appraiser, (Real Prop.)
LOCATION:Courthouse


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3156-PR
OPENING DATE: 10/17/2014
CLOSING DATE: 10/24/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Under the direct supervision of a designated supervisor, the Apprentice Appraiser measures and lists all types of residential, farm, and light commercial properties located within the tax jurisdiction. The Apprentice Appraiser assists in the performance of field appraisals and the calculation of values for all types of residential, farm, and light commercial properties located within the taxing jurisdiction. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum two years of college courses (Associate Degree preferred) in business administration, accounting, taxation, law, property valuation or related fields. Prior appraisal training and/or closely related field experience may be considered in lieu of college education. Must successfully complete, within 24 months of employment date, the following Alabama Department of Revenue Property Tax Education and Certification Program courses: Alabama IIa - Alabama Appraisal Manual (Residential and Agricultural Properties) and IAAO 101 – Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal. Flexible work hours may be necessary for overtime during peak work periods. Must be at least 20 years of age. Must posses a valid Alabama driver’s license. An Apprentice Appraiser will be required to work outdoors as well as in office conditions.

SALARY:

$23,566.40 – 27,331.00 annually, DOE




3147-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Custodian
LOCATION:Courthouse


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3147-PR
OPENING DATE: 09/26/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Perform routine maintenance and custodial duties at the Madison County offices. Also responsible for general security work, including but in no way limited to, performing walk-throughs, checking and locking doors, and making sure lights are turned off.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have the ability to understand and follow simple written and oral instructions. Must possess the physical strength and mobility to move heavy furniture and boxes (up to 75 lbs.), operate buffers, custodial carts, brooms, and all other cleaning tools, as well as the general ability to perform any other job requirements. Applicant must be available for shift work, weekends, and holidays. A valid Alabama Driver’s License is required. A drug test and physical will be given.

SALARY:

$19,822.40 annually




3155-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Park Maintenance Worker
LOCATION:Green Mtn./Nature Trail


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3155-PF
OPENING DATE: 10/21/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

This position is a combination of labor and public relations work. Employee must be neat in appearance and have the ability to meet and greet the public, as well as answer questions and give directions to park visitors. Employee is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of the Green Mountain Nature Trail. Required to empty trash, clean park area, cut grass and clean and stock restrooms. Work is semi-skilled for minor repair and maintenance including carpentry, plumbing and other general maintenance duties. Other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid Alabama Drivers License, and a safe driving history. Ability to understand and follow instructions. Must have the physical ability to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, lift up to 50 lbs., and work in adverse weather conditions. Applicant must pass a physical exam and drug test.

SALARY:

$20,820.80 annually




3149-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Facility Maintenance Technician
LOCATION:Maintenance/Mechanical Maint.


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3149-PR
OPENING DATE: 09/29/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Employee will make inspections, preventive maintenance, and repairs to plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems, following established procedures and receiving directions from supervisor. Responsible for maintaining the structures of the Madison County Jail including minor electrical repairs, such as outlets and ballasts, plumbing fixtures, ceilings, doors, HVAC systems. Performs related work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be a high school graduate or equivalent, with at least five years’ experience in carpentry, electrical, plumbing, HVAC repairs, and blueprint reading preferred. Must possess Universal Refrigerant Certification as well as Apprentice Plumbing and Gas Certification. Must be able to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, climb a ladder, work from scaffolding, lift up to 50 lbs., and work outside in adverse weather conditions. Must be able to work “on call”, have a valid Alabama Driver’s License, a clean driving record, and be able to pass a drug screen, physical, and criminal background check.

SALARY:

$30,929.60 annually




1859-A_OPEN

POSITION: Detention Officer
LOCATION:Sheriff’s Department


ANNOUNCEMENT: 1859-A
OPENING DATE: 03/10/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Security work in the County Jail/Annex, maintaining order and supervising prisoners. Maintains security and supervises movement, conduct, work, discipline, recreation, and custody of prisoners. Inspect quarters, facilities, and work locations. Processes incoming prisoners and maintains records.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be at least 21 years of age with high school diploma or GED. Must be a U.S. citizen or have proof of naturalization. Must have a valid driver’s license with a good driving record and be able to pass a physical exam and drug test. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background investigation.

SALARY:

$26,020.80 annually




3157-PF_20141024

POSITION: Cartographer I
LOCATION:Courthouse


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3157-PF
OPENING DATE: 10/17/2014
CLOSING DATE: 10/24/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Employee in this class uses computer-aided mapping to update and maintain the county tax mapping program. Performs record research activities. Creates new maps for files. Assists surveyors, title workers, attorneys, and property owners as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Associate Degree in computer aided design and mapping, civil engineering, technology, geography, or mapping related field, etc. Must have a minimum of 18 months experience in tax mapping. Prior education, training and experience in the mapping field or technical/vocational school certificates and courses in fields related to mapping may be given consideration in lieu of college level education. Must have successfully completed the following: Alabama Department of Revenue Property Tax Education and Certification Program courses Alabama III – Basic Mapping and Alabama VII- Intermediate Mapping. Must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid Alabama driver’s license and a good driving record. A drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$28,724.80




3146-A_OPEN

POSITION: Dispatcher
LOCATION:Sheriff’s Dept


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3146-A
OPENING DATE: 10/21/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Working knowledge of the county roads and highway system. Ability to respond effectively to critical situations. Accuracy and detail in logging calls and relaying information to appropriate agencies. Must be available for shift work and weekends.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination of training and experience equivalent to graduation from a standard high school. Typing and telephone skills required. Computer experience would be helpful. Must have the ability to deal effectively with the public. A drug screen, physical and hearing test will be given.

SALARY:

$24,148.80 annually




3111-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Juvenile Supervisor (P/T)
LOCATION:Robert Neaves-Davis Center


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3111-PR
OPENING DATE: 03/19/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Candidates for this position shall be responsible for supervising all activities of residents at the Neaves/Davis Center for Children, as well as ensuring all documentation in the daily log books are legible and correct. Examples of this position will be to supervise residents on any given shift, such as daily activities, recreational periods, school, personal cleanliness and other periods as scheduled. Employee observes the behavior of, counsels with and provides information about residents detained. Employees must be able to preserve order and deal with disciplinary problems if required. This necessitates physical agility and strength, as well as a controlled but firm manner in dealing with residents in detention. Work assignments are on a shift basis (day or night), and many include weekends and holidays. Shifts are subject to rotation and employee may be placed on-call for emergency situations.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Must have a valid Alabama Driver’s License. A physical examination and a drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$8.95/hr.




3035-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Van Driver (P/T)
LOCATION:Madison County Locations


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3035-PF
OPENING DATE: 05/01/2013
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Drive the Madison County TRAM van to provide public transportation for community citizens. Coordinate passenger schedules and maintain records.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to interact with a wide variety of people, and provide care and assistance to passengers. Must be able to read, write, and speak the English language. Requires knowledge of streets and geography of the county and city. Must take and successfully pass a pre-employment D.O.T. drug test and a D.O.T. physical exam.

SALARY:

$10.00/hr.




3143-PF_OPEN

POSITION: Detention Care Supervisor
LOCATION:Neaves-Davis Center for Children


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3143-PF
OPENING DATE: 08/22/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Under administrative direction, performs responsible work in supervising detention care services at the Neaves-Davis Center for Children. Trains and supervises staff in providing detention care services (food service, health service and recreation activities). Coordinates with school personnel assigned to facility in the provision of detention care services under approved policies and procedures, and in accordance with current policies.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires a B.S. degree with a major in behavioral science, social work, psychology, administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university or a minimum of two years of study toward a degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of four years’ experience in providing juvenile detention care services. Ability to train personnel in a variety of staff positions; ability to assist in evaluating employee job performance; ability to supervise subordinates in a variety of activities; ability to maintain records and to prepare thorough and comprehensive reports; and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, staff and public. Work may involve restraining juveniles, sitting or standing for prolonged periods, walking, kneeling, stooping, grasping, throwing, climbing and lifting. Vision must be adequate to visually monitor activities and make inspections. Hearing must be adequate to hear instructions and to monitor activities of juveniles. Must be able to read and write the English language and have the ability to follow oral and written instructions. Must pass pre-employment drug screen and physical.

SALARY:

$26,520.00 annually




3158-PR_20141027

POSITION: Fatherhood Coordinator (Full Time)
LOCATION:NCAC


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3158-PR
OPENING DATE: 10/17/2014
CLOSING DATE: 10/27/2014

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Provides assessment and case management; parent education and support; and healthy relationship skills/information to parents. Experience in serving at-risk families, teaching parenting skills, as well as working knowledge of community resources is required. For additional information, see http://www.nationalcac.org/employment/employment.html.

QUALIFICATIONS:

This position requires a Bachelor degree in human services/health field. Applicant should be self-motivated and have self-disciplined work habits, excellent written and verbal communication, and interpersonal skills. Basic computer skills and ability to learn specialized software is required. The employee must have physical ability to lift and/or move up to 30 pounds. A drug test will be given. Must have a valid Alabama Driver’s License and current vehicle liability insurance. Dependable personal vehicle required for home visits with program participants in keeping with scheduled appointments.

SALARY:

Salary is negotiable based on qualifications and experience.NOTICE TO ALL APPLICANTS:

This position is a position with the Madison County District Attorney and not the Madison County Commission. Although employees of the District Attorney receive the same fringe benefits as employees of the Madison County Commission, their employment is administered by the Madison County Personnel Department and their paychecks may be issued by the Madison County Commission, the District Attorney is a state official. Alabama law (Code of Alabama 12-17-220) provides that employees of the District Attorney "serve at the pleasure of the District Attorney and shall not be considered employees under the State Merit System Act." Employees of the District Attorney are not covered by the Madison County Personnel Act (73-941) or the Rules, Policies, and Procedures for the Classified.




3148-PR_OPEN

POSITION: Heating & A/C Tech. II
LOCATION:Courthouse


ANNOUNCEMENT: 3148-PR
OPENING DATE: 09/29/2014
CLOSING DATE: OPEN

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Under general direction, employee performs responsible technical work in the service, repair, and operation of air conditioning, heating and ventilating systems. Employee may consult with contractors and work from manufacturers specifications and plans in installing new equipment or in replacing parts. Routine maintenance and operation is performed independently of specific instructions but in accordance with general operating requirements established by a technical superior. Work is primarily done in the courthouse, but as required may be done in other county owned buildings.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a standard senior high school supplemented by college level courses in mechanical or electrical engineering or vocational training courses in the operation and maintenance of air conditioning, heating, and ventilating systems. Five years’ experience in the operation and maintenance of a wide variety of air conditioning, heating and ventilating equipment. Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices applied to the safe and efficient operation of all types of air conditioning, heating, and ventilating equipment. Working knowledge of and demonstrated skill in the maintenance and repair of air conditioning, heating, and ventilating equipment. Ability to operate all types of ventilating equipment; ability to plan and supervise the work of skilled and unskilled workmen as necessary; ability to read and interpret plans. Special Requirement: Universal Refrigerant Certification. Physical ability to bend, stoop, squat, crawl, lift up to 50lbs., and work in adverse weather conditions. A physical exam and drug test will be given.

SALARY:

$30,929.60 annually