Aiken County

Employment Opportunities

Aiken County Is An Equal Opportunity Employer




All applications for external postings are received at Aiken County Government (1930 University Parkway in Aiken) or at the SC Works Center (1571 Richland Ave East in Aiken). All applications must be received by the posted deadline specified in the job listing for the vacancy. Where there is no date, the position will be posted until it is filled. Applications will only be accepted for positions that are currently vacant.

To apply for Aiken County Sheriff's Office positions such as Dispatcher, Detention Officer, or Deputy Sheriff, please complete the Sheriff's Office Job Application. To apply for all other Aiken County Government jobs, please use the County's Job Application form.
Aiken County is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.




Position:
Dispatcher II
Department:
Sheriff
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$32,590.96 - $45,626.81



JOB SUMMARY:
Under occasional supervision, receives in-coming emergency and non-emergency calls and dispatches calls for Law Enforcement to appropriate personnel in an accurate, timely and professional manner. Works under stressful conditions. Performs related tasks as required. Reports to the Shift Supervisor and Communications Center Supervisor.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Nine to twelve months of experience in Emergency Dispatch Operations or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must be able to successfully complete required training in order to obtain E-911 and NCIC certifications. Must possess a valid S.C. Driver's License


Send your application for Dispatcher II to:
Aiken County Sheriff’s Office, 420 Hampton Ave., NE, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: sheriffjobs@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EMT - Paramedic
Department:
Emergency Medical Services
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$38,026.28



JOB SUMMARY:
Under occasional supervision, responds to emergency calls and provides medical assistance to the sick and injured at the EMT - Paramedic level. Performs related technical work as required. Reports to the Crew Chief.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Three to four years of progressive experience in Emergency Medical Service programs.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must complete required coursework and maintain EMT, Paramedic, Basic Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, CPR certifications and any other certifications deemed necessary by department head. Must possess a valid state driver’s license


Send your application for EMT - Paramedic to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EMT - Basic
Department:
Emergency Medical Services
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$32,098.93



JOB SUMMARY:
Under regular supervision, responds to emergency calls and provides medical assistance to the sick and injured at the EMT – Basic level. Performs related technical work as required. Reports to the Crew Chief.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
One to two years of experience and/or training in Emergency Medical Service programs

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must complete required coursework and maintain EMT – Basic, Basic Cardiac Life Support, CPA certifications and any other certifications deemed necessary by department head. Must possess a valid state driver’s license.


Send your application for EMT - Basic to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EMT - Advanced
Department:
Emergency Medical Services
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$37,248.61



JOB SUMMARY:
Under occasional supervision, responds to emergency calls and provides medical assistance to the sick and injured at the EMT – Advanced level. Performs related technical work as required. Reports to the Crew Chief.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Two to three years of progressive experience in Emergency Medical Service programs

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must complete required coursework and maintain EMT- Advanced, Basic Cardiac Life Support, Pre-hospital life support, CPR certifications and any other certifications deemed necessary by department head. Must possess a valid state driver’s license.


Send your application for EMT - Advanced to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Deputy Sheriff I
Department:
Sheriff
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$36,215.50 - $50,701.47



JOB SUMMARY:
Under regular supervision, patrols assigned areas of the County and responds to calls for service; enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions. Reports to the Corporal and/or Sergeant – Uniform Patrol.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
N/A

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Coursework in criminal justice / police science, or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must possess a valid S.C. driver's license.


Send your application for Deputy Sheriff I to:
Aiken County Sheriff’s Office, 420 Hampton Ave., NE, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: sheriffjobs@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Detention Officer
Department:
Detention Center
Closing:
Continuous
Salary:
$32,590.96 - $45,626.81



JOB SUMMARY:
This position is responsible for the direct custody, care and containment of pretrial detainees, sentenced inmates, and prisoners that are lawfully housed at the detention center. The incumbent must also remain alert to the safety of co-workers and visitors to the detention center.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
High School Diploma or GED, Academy graduate

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Any relevant knowledge, job skill or equivalent experience

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Acute observation and communication skills; weapons training (taser, sprays), self-control and ability to manage stress; CPR, AED, First Aid


Send your application for Detention Officer to:
Aiken County Sheriff’s Office, 420 Hampton Ave., NE, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: sheriffjobs@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EMS Director
Department:
Emergency Medical Services
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
$50,020.78 - $70,028.59



JOB SUMMARY:
Strategically, this position manages the planning and operations of the emergency ambulance service. Tactically, this position is on call 24/7 for HAZMAT, medical and extrication incidents.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Degree in Emergency Management Services or related field

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
10 years progressive experience in a 911 setting

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Paramedic, Advanced Extrication, HAZMAT, Fire Fighter I, FEMA, NIMMS


Send your application for EMS Director to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Information Security Officer
Department:
Information Technology
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
$50,020.78 - $70,028.59



JOB SUMMARY:
This position is responsible for monitoring and helping to manage all cyber-security issues and for ensuring the county is properly safe-guarded against exposures.

REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
BS Degree in IT strongly preferred

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
5 Years

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Appropriate licenses and certifications to manage an IBM and Apple environment; must be comfortable with a variety of media. Requires excellent consultative and negotiation skills.


Send your application for Information Security Officer to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Mechanic II
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
N13 - $32,764.50-$37,680.17



JOB SUMMARY:
Under supervision, performs mechanical repair work on County-owned automobiles, trucks and heavy equipment, ensuring that repaired vehicles run properly and safely; performs preventive maintenance on such equipment as scheduled. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Shop Foreman.
Diagnoses and performs mechanical repair work on vehicles, trucks and heavy equipment, including repairing or replacing engines, transmissions, differentials, clutches, hoses, oil seals, hydraulic cylinders, pins, roller frames, HVAC systems, etc.

May repair emergency services and law enforcement vehicles; installs and maintains specialized equipment on emergency vehicles as necessary.

Performs welding and fabrication work as needed.

Performs body work and painting as needed.

Performs a variety of preventive maintenance duties as scheduled, including changing oil, lubricating, replacing hoses and belts, replacing brakes, checking lights, and tuning engines.

Changes and repairs tires on vehicles.

Conducts road tests after repair work is completed to ensure that all vehicles are mechanically safe and function properly.

Provides field repair work as necessary.

Reviews work orders to ensure repairs are completed correctly and in a timely manner.

Maintains records of work completed and parts used.

Orders parts and materials from outside vendors as needed.

Assists in maintaining a clean and orderly shop.

May supervise shop activities in the absence of the Shop Foreman as assigned.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, equipment/vehicle service manuals, safety manual, parts catalogs, etc.

Operates service trucks, fork lift, vehicle lifts, welding equipment, cutting torch, lathe, wheel balancer, tire changer, jacks, telephone, two-way radio. Operates all motorized vehicles and equipment, and automotive test equipment as needed. Uses mechanic’s tools, meters, gauges, other hand and power tools, replacement parts and maintenance supplies.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Two to three years of experience in automotive maintenance and repair, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must possess a valid state driver’s license.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Physical Requirements: Tasks involve the regular and sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and which involves the lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderately heavy weight (up to 50 pounds) and occasionally heavier weight (up to 100 pounds).


Send your application for Mechanic II to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Assessor
Department:
Assessor
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
$65,500.00 - $91,500.00



JOB SUMMARY:

This position has overall responsibility the identification, classification and valuation of all real property and manufactured homes in the County per State laws. The incumbent will represent the County before constituted Boards and South Carolina Administrative Law Court.

Note: The list below is not comprehensive; this job is also responsible for other duties as assigned.

1. Management – This position has overall responsibility for planning, directing and managing all activities in the department. This includes the appraisal of all real property and property improvements by certified appraisers. All deed transactions, building permits, parcel maps and other records must be maintained and continuously updated. The incumbent may personally write appraisals for difficult properties with unique evaluation issues.

2. Reassessment Program – In accordance with State and County laws, the incumbent ensures that the department conducts a County-wide reassessment of all parcels, all real property and property improvements every five years. The incumbent acts as the project manager of this initiative.

3. Annual Budget – The Assessor assists Administration with preparing a revenue analysis annually for County Council, including an analysis of the Property Tax Base. In addition, this position is responsible for the preparation and management of the annual departmental budget.

4. Expert Witness – The incumbent reviews, prepares, and presents case evidence of property appeals before the Review Board and the SC Administrative Law Court.

5. Office Management – The incumbent ensures that all staff stay apprised of the ever-changing state laws by attending seminars and sharing the information as needed. In addition, the incumbent ensures that all staff stay current with required continuing education.

This position manages a team of 23 people, including 12 appraisers, operations supervisor, and 10 clerical people.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Certified general appraisal license, college degree in business or related field.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
10 years minimum and implemented a reassessment program.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Building construction; math; ability to read fly-over maps.


Send your application for Assessor to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Engineering Technician II
Department:
Engineering
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade N17 $39,667.77



JOB SUMMARY:
This position assures road construction projects are built according to plans, and that the EPA guidelines of the clean water act are followed.
Note: The list below is not comprehensive; this job is also responsible for other duties as assigned.

1. Construction Site Visits – This position travels throughout Aiken County to observe the building and/or maintenance projects of the County roads and buildings. This position is usually involved in pre-construction meetings, and responsible for reviewing and understanding the plans. Having reviewed the plans for each project, the incumbent determines whether or not the work is being done according to plan. The incumbent will attempt to negotiate while onsite to resolve any potential problems. Those that cannot be resolved are referred to the Construction Manager or County Engineer.

2. Stormwater Assessment – While at the Construction site, the incumbent will check the management of pollutants from the site to be certain all required measures are being taken to prevent discharge into the local water supply. Any problems notes are normally addressed and remediated at the site. Any unresolved issues are referred to the Stormwater Manager.

3. CAD Drafting – This position MAY be involved in updating manual plans with CAD drawings, as well as updating the reports that accompany such drawings. This may involve researching for conceptual designs and presentation drawing and sketches for roads, drainage, buildings, and easement/right of way projects.

4. Mapping – This position may develop GIS maps and maintain databased for Engineering/Stormwater projects using ArcGIS software.

5. Administrative Duties – This position may be responsible for completing a variety of reports, including BMP’s, citizen complaint reports, or other construction related paperwork.

This position works with very little supervision while traveling onsite. The incumbent is expected to understand the federal, state and local regulations governing this work, and to work collaboratively in the field to ensure compliance.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
BS in Engineering or Construction related field preferred.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Five years in a similar environment, plus three years in management; ability to read construction plans; knowledge of construction materials; knowledge of EPA guidelines.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Experience with technical writing and AutoCAD.


Send your application for Engineering Technician II to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Engineering Technician I
Department:
Engineering
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade N15 $36,215.51



JOB SUMMARY:
This position assures projects within the County road are built according to plans, and that the EPA guidelines of the clean water act are followed.
1. Construction Site Visits – This position travels throughout Aiken County to observe the building and/or maintenance of projects with the County. This position is usually involved in pre-construction meetings, and responsible for reviewing and understanding the plans. Having reviewed the plans for each project, the incumbent determines whether or not the work is being done according to plan. The incumbent will attempt to negotiate while onsite to resolve any potential problems. Those that cannot be resolved are referred to the Construction Manager or County Engineer.

2. Stormwater Assessment – This position is responsible for checking the management of pollutants from construction the sites to be certain all required measures are being taken to prevent discharge into the local water supply. Any problems are normally addressed and remediated at the site. Any unresolved issues are referred to the Stormwater Manager. Additionally, this position will prepare annual inspection reports of County owned and maintained facilities for permit compliance. This position may also investigate citizen complaints regarding illicit pollutant discharge and attempt to resolve them, which may involve taking water samples for laboratory testing.

3. Public Outreach – This position may be involved in attending local events designed to educate the public on EPA’s clean water act, and what individual citizens can do to help. Brochures may also be given to citizens while handling a complaint to enhance their understanding of the process.

4. Administrative Duties – This position may be responsible for completing a variety of reports, including timesheets, project paper work, citizen complaint reports, or other construction related paperwork.

This position works with limited supervision while traveling onsite. The incumbent is expected to understand the federal, state and local regulations governing this work, and to work collaboratively in the field to ensure compliance.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Associates Degree in construction, environmental studies, or related field.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Three years in a similar environment; ability to read construction plans; knowledge of construction materials; knowledge of EPA guidelines

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Valid driver’s license, ability to obtain a South Carolina Erosion Prevention & Sediment Control Inspector Certification (CEPSCI).


Send your application for Engineering Technician I to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Maintenance Mechanic III
Department:
Building & Grounds
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 13 $32,764.50



JOB SUMMARY:
Under occasional supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems and equipment. Performs other maintenance work as required. Reports to the Foreman and/or Buildings and Grounds Supervisor.
Installs, maintains and repairs various plumbing systems and equipment, including but not limited to bathroom fixtures, water heaters / coolers, water lines, valves, drain lines, water fountains, etc.

Installs, maintains and repairs electrical components and equipment, including but not limited to general electrical wiring, electrical outlets, switches, breakers, light fixtures, ballasts, circuits, security lights, ground lights, etc.; changes light bulbs as needed.

Cleans, services, repairs or replaces HVAC systems and equipment.

Troubleshoots and diagnoses equipment and system problems; schedules and performs required repair work or parts replacement.

Performs general carpentry work in County buildings as required.

Maintains assigned tools and equipment.

Maintains accurate records on maintenance/repair work completed.

Performs all work in accordance with all applicable policies, procedures, regulations and standards of safety and quality; ensures the timely completion of all assignments.

Receives and reviews various records and reports including work orders, complaints, etc.

Prepares and submits daily work reports.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, equipment manuals, blueprints, building codes, safety sheets, etc.

Operates a vehicle and a variety of equipment, which may include a man lift, pumps, cutting torch, electrical testers / meters, various other power tools, etc.

Uses mechanic’s tools, plumbing tools, electrician’s tools, and other general hand tools, maintenance supplies and parts.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County employees, vendors, and the general public.

NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Assists in installing computer / communications cabling.

Moves heavy furniture as requested.

Performs other duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a vocational school diploma in one or more building trade(s).

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
One to two years of experience in facility maintenance and repair work, or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:

Must possess a valid state driver’s license.

Tasks involve the regular and sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and which involves the lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of moderately heavy weight (up to 50 pounds).


Send your application for Maintenance Mechanic III to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EMS Crew Chief (Internal Employees Only)
Department:
Emergency Medical Services
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
N16 $37,942.27



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, provides leadership and supervision of subordinates on assigned shift in the performance of emergency medical services activities, ensuring prompt and proper response to medical emergencies. Enforces crew compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, protocols and standards of quality and safety. Responds to emergency calls, providing medical assistance at the paramedic level. Performs related supervisory and technical work as required.

Reports to the Shift Manager.

Reviews the work of subordinates for completeness and accuracy; evaluates and makes recommendations as appropriate; offers training, advice and assistance as needed.

Inspects assigned station and vehicle at the beginning of each assigned shift to ensure cleanliness, sanitation, proper condition of equipment, and an adequate inventory of supplies; cleans and sanitizes vehicles, and notifies proper personnel of equipment / vehicle maintenance needs.

Accounts for controlled substance inventory on a daily basis.

Drives ambulance in response to emergency calls; requests additional resources for the control of incidents as required; ensures safety at the scene; may operate as incident commander at the scene of mass casualties.

Provides advanced life support and emergency care to the sick and injured; determines nature and extent of injuries or illnesses; assists in lifting and carrying patients in and out of ambulance, and transports patients to appropriate medical facility.

Performs such procedures as immobilization and bandaging, CPR, intubation, cardiac activity monitoring, administering medications, electrical cardio-version and/or defibrillation, IV therapy, needle decompression, and others as permitted according to certification; maintains constant awareness of patient condition; identifies and relays diagnostic signs to medical personnel while in route to medical facility; reports verbally and in writing to emergency room personnel upon arrival.

Assists with extrication and other rescue procedures as necessary.

Notifies dispatch personnel and Coroner’s Office in the case of patient death; arranges for the protection of property and evidence at the scene.

Prepares run reports to document patient care, response time, compliance with medical protocol, and patient billing information; prepares unit and station reports.

Ensures crew compliance with infection control procedures.

Responds to complaints from the public regarding personnel and/or activities of the unit.

May coordinate special teams, programs or operations as assigned.

Keeps abreast of new technology, methods and regulations for emergency medical assistance operations; attends meetings, conferences and continuing education classes as required and/or appropriate to enhance job knowledge and skills and maintain certifications.

Remains on call 24 hours per day for emergency response.

Receives and reviews physician’s orders, patient histories, shift reports, memos, etc.

Prepares and/or processes run reports, station reports, controlled substance accountability forms, check lists, etc.

Refers to policies and procedures, regulations, medical protocols, medical texts, maps, equipment manuals, etc.

Operates an assortment of equipment and hand tools used in rescue service, including response vehicles, cardiac monitor, mechanical CPR machine, pulse oximeter and other emergency medical equipment, etc. Uses medical supplies and instruments, medications, hand tools, etc.

Operates a two-way radio, telephone.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, subordinates, co-workers, department Director, other County employees, medical/hospital personnel, law enforcement personnel, fire department personnel, accident/incident bystanders, patients, and the general public.

Performs detailed housekeeping as required.

Participates in public education / community relations efforts and events as required.

Performs related duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Three to four years of progressive experience in emergency medical service programs.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must complete required coursework and maintain EMT, Paramedic, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support, Basic Life Support, CPR and Emergency Vehicle Operator certifications, and any other certifications deemed necessary by department head. Must possess a valid state driver's license.


Send your application for EMS Crew Chief (Internal Employees Only) to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Kennel Technician
Department:
Code Enforcement
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 10 - $27, 588.00



JOB SUMMARY:

This position maintains a safe and sanitary facility for all shelter animals, and provides humane handling and care by assuring animals’ nutrition, housing and basic medical needs are met on a daily basis. It also assists the public when admitting, redeeming, and adopting animals to promote responsible pet ownership.<*br>
Note: The list below is not comprehensive; this job is also responsible for other duties as assigned.

1. Custodial Care of Animals – The incumbent ensures that the surroundings for the animals are always clean and sanitized, including kennels, walkways and isolation areas. As part of the process, this position feeds and waters; washes bedding, bowls and toys; empties garbage and cleans the play yard.

2. Medical Care of Animals - Because this position is often the first person the public sees when admitting, redeeming or adopting animals, the incumbent must observe and evaluate animals for signs of illness and report symptoms to appropriate personnel. The incumbent must be able to administer medications and vaccinations, and when necessary, humanely carry out euthanasia. The incumbent may be asked to groom animals as needed.

3. Custodial Care of Building – While administering to the animals, the incumbent will also clean the administrative areas, including bathrooms and the FOTAS grooming area, and ensure all garbage is removed and laundry done on a timely basis.

4. Customer Service – This position will assist the public with any questions, including those seeking lost pets and those interested in adoption.

The position works under daily supervision, but may also be asked to supervise the work of inmates at the facility.

The challenge for this position is working and becoming attached to the animals, who may end up sick and needing euthanasia. Further, there is always the possibility of having a highly aggressive animal that needs careful and special handling.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
High School or GED Equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
One year experience.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Driver’s license; good judgment; ability to identify animal gender, description and breed; ability to perform humane euthanasia.


Send your application for Kennel Technician to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Equipment Operator I - Roads and Bridges
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 12 - $31,039.01



JOB SUMMARY:

Under regular supervision, operates light construction equipment in the maintenance and construction of County roads, drainage systems and rights-of-way. Performs related work as required. Reports to the assigned Foreman.

Performs various tasks involved in the construction and maintenance of County roads, driveways and curbs, and the maintenance of the County’s storm water drainage system and rights-of-way.

Operates light construction equipment, such as a backhoe and tandem truck, to help rebuild roads, cut roads and driveways, install drainage pipe, patch asphalt, haul/spread materials.

Cleans out drainage ditches and drains.

Performs routine landscaping / grounds keeping work as required on job sites; removes debris and trash from streets.

Maintains assigned vehicles, equipment and tools.

Receives and reviews work orders; prepares routine forms and records as required.

Responds to after-hours emergencies as required.

Attends staff and safety meetings.

Performs all duties in accordance with all County policies and procedures, standards of quality and safety, and all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, safety manual, maps, etc.

Operates a telephone and two-way radio.

Uses hand and power tools, safety gear.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County personnel, contractors, and the general public.

Performs duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state CDL driver’s license.


Send your application for Equipment Operator I - Roads and Bridges to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
GeoServices Manager
Department:
Information Technology
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 22 - $48,295 .27



JOB SUMMARY:

This position is accountable for the County’s centralized geospatial data assets, 911 Addressing, drone program and property boundary systems by setting direction, ensuring quality, deciding policy and technical issues, and coordinating with County departments, state and city governments, surveyors, consultants and vendors.

Note: The list below is not comprehensive; this job is also responsible for other duties as assigned.

1. Management – This position provides general daily oversight and coordination of the County’s centralized GeoServices functions to ensure proper administration, creation and utilization of all County geospatial data assets, 911 addresses and County drone program. Plans for GeoServices growth and provides recommendations for the annual program budget.

2. Data Integrity – This position coordinates geospatial data creation, maintenance and integration with County departments to ensure consistency, efficiency and effective utilization throughout the County government. Requires understanding or ability to interact with County departments and other stakeholders to understand needs and provide guidance in Geospatial areas.

3. Aerial Photography, Software and Atlas – The incumbent is responsible for obtaining aerial photography periodically to facilitate County mapping, tax assessment, planning, addressing, emergency/disaster response, and other functions of multiple departments. The position coordinates bi-annual production of the official County road atlas for internal and public use.

4. Resident Expert – The incumbent offers geospatial data, analysis and cartographic expertise to department heads, surveyors, other government agencies, and the citizens of the County in support of day-to-day needs and emergency/disaster response.

5. Computer Support – This position evaluates and coordinates the acquisition, installation, and maintenance of GIS and other geospatial software to provide productive methods of maintaining and utilizing geospatial data assets. This includes interfacing with vendors and consultants. Also includes some programming and understand of web applications as it relates to GIS.

The work of this division is highly specialized and, as such, works rather autonomously in accomplishing its goals and objectives as stated above. Supervision is occasional, and generally only when there is a serious problem involving multiple departments or outside constituencies or in cases of major capital outlay.

The major challenges of this job are choosing the best path forward when multiple paths may be correct, keeping numerous large projects moving forward simultaneously, and effectively coordinating different stakeholders in order to improve the utilization of geospatial data assets within the County. This position frequently draws conclusions, makes decisions and judgment calls, and persuades others to accept and support them.

WORK LEADERSHIP OR SUPERVISION:

This position has 1 GIS Sr. Analyst, 3 GIS Analysts, 1 Sr. Addressing Technician and 2 911 Addressing Technicians reporting to it.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
BS in Geography, Engineering or Science field.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
5 years in government GIS using Esri software and 5 years as a manager of a department or workgroup.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Desired Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience: Esri product expertise and GISP certification. Drone license a plus.


Send your application for GeoServices Manager to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II (Roads & Bridges)
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 13 - $32,764.50



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, operates heavy equipment in the maintenance and construction of County roads, drainage systems and rights-of-way. Provides leadership of assigned crew members. Performs related work as required. Reports to the assigned Foreman.

Performs various tasks involved in the construction and maintenance of County roads, driveways and curbs, and the maintenance of the County’s storm water drainage system and rights-of-way.

Operates heavy equipment to rebuild roads, cut roads and driveways, install drainage pipe, cut ditches, clear rights-of-way, maintain retention ponds, patch asphalt, haul/spread/compact asphalt, dirt and stone.

Cleans out pipes and catch basins.

Transports equipment and materials to and from job sites.

Operates low boy, loaders, motor graders, rollers, bulldozers, water truck, dump trucks, bush hogs, tractors, etc.; operates a jet vac and other power equipment.

Performs routine landscaping / groundskeeping work as required on job sites; removes debris and trash from streets.

Maintains assigned vehicles, equipment and tools.

Receives and reviews work orders; prepares routine forms and records as required.

Responds to after-hours emergencies as required.

Attends staff and safety meetings.

Performs all duties in accordance with all County policies and procedures, standards of quality and safety, and all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, safety manual, maps, etc.

Operates a telephone and two-way radio.

Uses hand and power tools, safety gear.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County personnel, contractors, and the general public.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
One to two years of experience in public works construction and maintenance operations and/or heavy equipment operation, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state CDL driver’s license.


Send your application for EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II (Roads & Bridges) to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
GeoServices Analyst
Department:
Information Technology
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade N15 $36,215.51



JOB SUMMARY:

This position is responsible for maintaining the Aiken County cadastral geospatial data, using surveys and various other data sources to create, modify and delete parcel boundaries and descriptive attributes.

Note: The list below is not comprehensive; this job is also responsible for other duties as assigned.

1. Cadastral Database Management – This position is responsible for accurate analysis, processing and documentation of incoming deeds and plats, using them to update the County cadaster appropriately, quickly and accurately. It suggests modifications to cadastral workflow and procedures to improve quality and efficiency of the maintenance process. The position works with surveyors, land developers, attorneys, Assessor staff and Planning staff to evaluate and suggest modifications to incoming deeds and plats. The cadastral database is used by the RMC, Assessor, Planning and Development, Tax Collector, Public Works, Engineering and other County departments as well as the public, and must be accurate and reliable.

2. Spatial Data Analysis and Cartography – This position conducts simple ad hoc and recurring analyses of geospatial data to produce information after evaluating the information needed, the datasets required, the analysis procedure and the optimal output format/s. It creates clear, informative and aesthetically pleasing map products.

3. Technical/Managerial Support – This position assists County and public customers with using GIS technology and advises them on how to incorporate GIS analyses into their workflows and decision-making. In addition, the incumbent performs software installation, troubleshooting and other GIS Help Desk services for assigned departments.

4. Fieldwork – This position conducts occasional fieldwork projects to collect geospatial data, including project design, preparation, collection and post-collection processing.

5. Drone Services – This position may be asked to sit for, and pass, the FAA UAV Certification Exam to become a certified drone pilot in command. It also may participate in scheduling, planning, and execution of drone missions in support of County business and to process the resulting imagery for clients using Esri Drone 2 Map and other software from time to time.

The primary challenge of this positon is the verification of data to ensure accuracy. When there are complex issues affecting multiple years of data and tax base, management will be consulted.

The incumbent may interface regularly both internally and externally, including surveyors, attorneys, assessors, and co-workers.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
2-4 year degree or certificate in geography, engineering or science field including extensive coursework on GIS.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
1 year working for local or state government

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
2 years working with legal property documents and/or tax map data.


Send your application for GeoServices Analyst to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Heavy Truck Driver
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 11 - $29,314.73



JOB SUMMARY:

Under regular supervision, drives and operates a tandem truck in the maintenance and construction of County roads, drainage systems and rights-of-way. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Public Works Field Supervisor. Performs various tasks involved in the construction and maintenance of County roads, driveways and curbs, and the maintenance of the County’s storm water drainage system and rights-of-way.

Drives and operates a tandem truck to transport materials to various job sites.

Rolls tarps and sweeps tailgates.

Inspects and maintains assigned vehicles, equipment and tools.

Prepares routine forms and records as required.

Responds to after-hours emergencies as required.

Attends staff and safety meetings.

Performs all duties in accordance with all County policies and procedures, standards of quality and safety, and all applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, safety manual, maps, etc.

Operates a two-way radio.

Uses hand and power tools, safety gear.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County personnel, contractors, and the general public.

Performs related duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
High school diploma or GED equivalent, or an equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state CDL driver’s license.


Send your application for Heavy Truck Driver to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Victim Advocate
Department:
Victim Services
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade N14 - $34,490.01



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, provides assistance to and coordinates support for victims and witnesses of crimes; coordinates and facilitates victim/witness appearances in court, and provides routine administrative and clerical support to the Victim Services Program Manager. Performs related administrative work as required. Reports to the Aiken County Victim Services Program Manager.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Receives and processes victim impact statements; assists victims in completing statements as necessary; reviews statements, law enforcement reports and other documentation to determine needs of victims.

Informs crime victims of their legal rights and ensures their rights are protected.

Provides crisis counseling and emergency intervention to victims of crime.

Provides emotional and moral support to victims of crimes; refers victims to other agencies in cases of physical, social and/or psychological injuries or anxieties. Refers victims to appropriate agencies.

Photographs victims’ injuries as needed for case prosecution and coordinates this effort with law enforcement, prosecutors, court personnel, etc.

Serves as liaison between the victim, law enforcement officers, investigators, court personnel, jail personnel and other government and community organizations.

Keeps victims informed of bond hearings, jail releases, court hearings, etc.; provides courtroom orientation to victims and accompanies victims in court when support is requested.

Attends pre-trial meetings, bond hearings, and trials, and provides advocacy on behalf of victims as necessary.

Assists victims in filing applications to the victim compensation fund through the Attorney General’s Office, Department of Crime Victim Compensation as well as other local, state and non-profit agencies for the purpose of obtaining financial help with medical expenses, lost wages, counseling expenses, funeral expenses, etc.

Assists in determining and requesting restitution payments and payment schedules.

Provides follow-up services to victims of crimes and their families.

Establishes and maintains accurate and up-to-date case files and case database.
Assists in developing and implementing programs to educate law enforcement officers, jail personnel and citizens about crime victimization and other crime-related issues; assists with related training.

Gives presentations to school, community and civic groups as requested to increase public awareness and support of the Aiken County Victim Services.

Assists in coordinating program activities with those of other social service and government agencies as appropriate to better serve victims and witnesses.

May serve as office manager, performing such duties as maintaining computer record-keeping systems and databases, reviewing data entry for accuracy and completeness, compiling data for reports, maintaining employee time cards, ordering and maintaining office supplies and forms, providing employee / intern instruction in department policies and procedures, etc.

Attends training, workshops, seminars, conferences, etc., as appropriate to increase job knowledge and skills.

Receives and responds to citizens’ inquiries, concerns and complaints concerning program activities.

Receives and reviews various records and reports, including law enforcement reports, legal documents, victim impact statements, meeting minutes, case files, restitution information, court dispositions, indictments, memos, correspondence, court notifications, jail releases, etc.

Prepares victim impact statements, restitution forms, disposition / indictment letters, program applications, and various records, reports, preliminary hearing letters, summary court notification letters and other memos and correspondence.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, codes, ordinances, laws, statutes, case files, Victims’ Bill of Rights, professional journals, etc.

Operates a vehicle and various types of office equipment, machinery and tools in the performance of duties such as a computer, printer, calculator, telephone, fax machine, copier, camera, tape recorder, etc.

Uses office and computer supplies.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals, such as the immediate supervisor, other department supervisors, co-workers, victims, witnesses, law enforcement agency personnel, other government agencies, attorneys, court personnel, social service agencies, community/school/civic organizations, vendors, and the general public.

Rotating on-call, weekends, and holidays for law enforcement, court personnel, jail personnel, victims, co-workers, etc.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in social work, criminal justice or related field supplemented by nine to twelve months of legal / law enforcement experience.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Experience in the human services field, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state driver’s license.


Send your application for Victim Advocate to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Program Coordinator
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 17 - $39667.77



JOB SUMMARY:

Under limited supervision, oversees and supervises administrative functions of the Public Works Department, including budgeting, fiscal management and reporting, and personnel management. Performs related administrative, technical and clerical work as required. Reports to the Director.

Plans, coordinates and supervises assigned administrative functions of the Department of Public Works, ensuring compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards of quality and safety.

Supervises subordinate clerical support staff; supervisory duties include instructing, assigning and reviewing work, maintaining standards, coordinating activities, acting on employee problems, and recommending employee disciplinary action and discharge as appropriate.

Reviews the work of subordinates for completeness and accuracy; evaluates employee performance and makes recommendations for improvement; offers advice, training and assistance as needed.

Assists with budget preparation and administration; processes budget transfers; approves and issues purchase orders; processes invoices for payment; processes reimbursements; maintains petty cash account, county visa card.

Keys and reviews employee time sheets before submittal to the Finance Department; receives and distributes employee pay checks.

Administers department contracts and memoranda of understanding.

Coordinates department personnel functions, including but not limited to preparing and posting job advertisements, processing personnel action requests, establishing and maintaining confidential personnel records, and coordinating new employee orientation, testing and training.

Receives and responds to employee and public inquiries, concerns and requests for assistance.

Types, prepares, processes, copies, files and/or distributes various records, reports, lists, forms, logs, meeting minutes, memos and correspondence.

Answers the telephone; provides accurate information and assistance to callers and/or forwards calls to appropriate personnel; communicates with Department Heads on personnel issues, greets and assists office visitors.

Performs other administrative / clerical work as required, including composing routine correspondence, compiling data for reports, entering computer data, copying and filing documents, sending and receiving faxes, ordering supplies, assembling materials, preparing / processing daily mail, scheduling appointments, maintaining calendars, etc.

Attends meetings; serves on committees as appropriate.

Receives and reviews purchase requests, invoices, budget documents, employee applications, timesheets, correspondence, etc.

Prepares various documents including personnel action forms, reimbursement requests, budget documents, purchase orders, employee data sheets, financial forms and reports, and other records, reports, memos, correspondence, etc.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, law and regulations, budget manual, directories, computer manuals, etc.

Operates a vehicle and various types of office equipment in the performance of duties such as a computer, printer, adding machine, fax machine, copier, two-way radio, telephones, paging system, paper shredder.

Uses office and computer supplies.

Interacts and communicates with the Director, co-workers, subordinates, other County personnel, vendors and the general public.

Accepts work orders and performs other clerical duties of subordinate personnel and co-workers as necessary.

Coordinates and participates in special projects as assigned.

Performs other related duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires an Associate’s degree in secretarial science, clerical studies, business or other relevant field.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Two to three years of responsible administrative experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid S.C. driver's license.


Send your application for Program Coordinator to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I (Solid Waste)
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 12 - $31,039.01



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, operates heavy equipment in the maintenance of county recycling drop-off sites and processing center. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Foreman.

Performs various tasks involved in the maintenance of County recycling drop-off sites and recycling center.

Operates baler, skid steer, forklift, front-end loader, trucks, trailers, and other heavy equipment to stack, bale and haul recyclable materials; operates mowers.

Transports equipment and materials to and from various sites.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Six to nine months of experience in public works maintenance operations and/or heavy equipment operation.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state driver’s license.


Send your application for EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I (Solid Waste) to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
LEGAL SECRETARY II (New Ellenton)
Department:
Magistrate
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 12 - $31,039.01



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, performs responsible legal secretarial, clerical and bookkeeping work in support of efficient and effective Magistrate’s Court operations, including the preparation and maintenance of accurate court records. Performs related work as assigned. Reports to the Magistrate.

Establishes, maintains and disposes of case files.

Schedules all hearings and trials; coordinates scheduling with judges, Solicitor and attorneys.

Pulls and prepares files for court sessions; prepares daily docket reports.

Prepares juror summonses; draws and swears in jurors; calls attendance roll of jurors; processes juror payments.

Serves civil process papers as necessary.

Assists judges in the courtroom as scheduled.

Assists in advertising and coordinating Magistrate sales.

Prepares, processes, indexes, files and/or submits/transmits court documents and records, including but not limited to court orders, court notices, tickets, warrants, bond forms, claim and delivery orders, verdict forms, judgments, summonses, complaints, subpoenas, appeals, commitments / releases, remands, expungement orders, etc.; prepares routine records, ledgers, reports, indexes, legal notices, correspondence, etc.; secures all records as required.

Assists attorneys, defendants, court personnel, law enforcement personnel, jurors, magistrates, and others in completing various legal forms as required for court, and in obtaining information and copies of court documents.

Enters court / case information into computer database; generates computer reports as required.

Establishes and maintains an effective filing system for administrative and legal records and reports.

Prepares / types routine and confidential correspondence, reports and other documents from dictation or instructions.

Answers the telephone; provides accurate information to callers and/or forwards calls to appropriate personnel; greets and assists office visitors.

Calculates, receives, receipts and posts fines, fees and other payments; balances daily totals; prepares deposits; reconciles bank statements and prepares required financial reports.

Performs other secretarial and clerical work, including but not limited to scheduling travel and meetings for Magistrate, copying and filing documents, retrieving files, sending and receiving faxes, processing mail, assisting with budget preparation and reporting, etc.

Receives and responds to public / County staff inquiries, complaints and requests for assistance with regard to court policies and procedures.

Receives, reviews and/or processes civil forms, expungement orders, warrants, etc.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, computer manuals, laws/codes/ordinances, directories, etc.

Operates a variety of equipment such as a computer, printer, typewriter, fax machine, copier, calculator, telephone, etc.

Uses clerical and computer supplies.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County personnel, law enforcement personnel, attorneys, court personnel, defendants, plaintiffs, jurors, S.C. Court Administration personnel, various other government agencies, and the general public.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires an Associate’s degree in paralegal studies, secretarial science or related field.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Two to three years of experience in office administration and support, preferably in a legal or court environment, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
N/A


Send your application for LEGAL SECRETARY II (New Ellenton) to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Operator/Foreman (Solid Waste)
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 15 - $36,215.51



JOB SUMMARY:

Under occasional supervision, supervises and participates in the maintenance and care of County grounds and parking lots. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Buildings and Grounds Supervisor.

Supervises inmate workers in the maintenance of County grounds and parking lots.

Supervisory duties include instructing, planning and assigning work, coordinating activities, maintaining standards, and acting on inmate problems. Offers training, advice and assistance as needed.

Transports work crew members to and from detention center and job sites as necessary.

Participates in and assists subordinate workers with grounds maintenance activities as necessary, including but not limited to mowing grass, installing landscape materials, trimming / pruning trees and shrubbery, removing weeds, removing trash and debris, raking, etc.

Hauls debris to County landfill.

Maintains and repairs irrigation systems on County properties.

Transports heavy boxes and other items between County buildings as requested; moves heavy furniture as needed. Receives and ensures the timely completion of all work orders.

Inspects work in progress and at completion to ensure adherence to laws, regulations, policies and procedures, and standards of quality and safety.

Conducts vehicle and equipment inspections to ensure the proper and safe working condition; initiates maintenance and repair work as needed.

Ensures the availability of necessary equipment, tools, materials and supplies for daily assignments; requisitions supplies as needed.

Assists in coordinating division activities with those of other County divisions, departments and outside agencies Receives and responds to inquiries, requests for assistance and complaints from County employees and the public.

Receives and reviews various records and reports including work orders, maintenance records and requests, safety sheets, etc.

Prepares and /or processes maintenance records and reports.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, codes, regulations, supply catalogs, equipment manuals, technical diagrams, safety sheets, etc.

Operates a vehicle, pickup truck, leaf blower, weed eater, hedge trimmer, two-way radio.

Uses lawn tools, various other hand and power tools, safety gear, etc.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, other division and department heads, other County employees, co-workers, inmate workers, suppliers / vendors, contractors and other outside service providers, and the general public.

Assists with special event set-up and break-down as requested.

Performs related duties as required.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
Requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Two to three years of experience in facilities maintenance.

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state driver’s license.


Send your application for Operator/Foreman (Solid Waste) to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


Position:
Light Truck Driver
Department:
Public Works
Closing:
Until Filled
Salary:
Grade 10 - $27,588.00 - $31,726.20



JOB SUMMARY:
Under regular supervision, drives and operates light trucks and trailers in the maintenance and construction of County roads, drainage systems and rights-of-way. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Public Works Field Supervisor.
Performs various tasks involved in the construction and maintenance of County roads, driveways and curbs, and the maintenance of the County’s storm water drainage system and rights-of-way.

Drives and operates light trucks and trailers to transport materials and equipment to various job sites.

Spreads sand, clay, sand, etc., in the construction or repair of roads and driveways.

Installs and repairs driveway pipe.

Cleans ditches and catch basins.

Inspects and maintains assigned vehicles, equipment and tools.

Prepares routine forms and records as required.

Responds to after-hours emergencies as required.

ttends staff and safety meetings.

Performs all duties in accordance with all County policies and procedures, standards of quality and safety, and all applcable local, state and federal laws and regulations.

Refers to policy and procedure manuals, safety manual, maps, etc.

Operates a two-way radio.

Uses hand and power tools, safety gear.

Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, other County personnel, contractors, and the general public.


REQUIRED EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND AND JOB-RELATED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum Level of Job-Related Education:
High School Diploma or equivalent

Minimum Amount of Job-Related Experience:
Junior level with 1 year of experience; Normally requires 5 years of related experience

Minimum Level of any Required Qualifications, Licenses, Certificates, Registrations, or any Relevant Knowledge, Job Skill or Equivalent Experience:
Must possess a valid state CDL driver’s license.

Physical Requirements: Tasks involve the regular and, at times, sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work, typically involving some combination of climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching and crawling, and the lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of moderately heavy objects and materials (up to 50 pounds).

Motor Coordination: Requires the ability to coordinate hands and eyes using specialized machinery; to operate heavy trucks.

Manual Dexterity: Requires the ability to handle a variety of items, control knobs, buttons, switches, catches, tools, etc. Must have significant levels of eye/hand/foot coordination.


Send your application for Light Truck Driver to:
Aiken County Government, 1930 University Parkway, Aiken, SC 29801
(E-mail: humanresources@aikencountysc.gov)


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