ANSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
CHILD SUPPORT AGENT II
Salary Grade: 65 ($32,139 - $33,745)
Description of Work
The Child Support Agent II provides child support services to clients whose children are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid, Foster Home Services, or are non-recipients in need of support services. The purpose of this position is to assure that minor children receive support from those parents who are legally responsible for providing such support. This position assists those who are in need of child support through location, paternity, establishing orders, the enforcement of court support orders through administrative methods and collection services, and investigation in preparation of cases for court presentation.
Essential Duties and Tasks – The duties involved include interviewing the clients; explaining the Child Support program and obtaining information regarding the absent parents and paternity; determining the need in the case as to what action is needed; locating the absent parents; establishing paternity and/or support obligations by voluntary means and through the court system. This position requires the ability to relate to a variety of individuals with differing degrees of understanding about the Child Support Program. If the absent parent is located in another state, Child Support Agent II must prepare all URESA petitions or registration of existing court order in the other state.
Qualifications – This position requires a four year degree and six months experience in eligibility, investigative, judiciary, or legal work that provides knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the work; or an associates degree in business administration, human resources, law enforcement or closely related degree and two years of experience in eligibility, investigative, judiciary, or legal work that provides knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the work; or graduation from high school and three years of experience in eligibility, investigative, judiciary, or legal work that provides knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Closing date for this position: Friday, October 23, 2016 at 5:00pm
An Anson County Application may be obtained from www.co.anson.nc.us and sent to:
Lula Jackson, Director
Anson County Department of Social Services
118 Washington Street
Wadesboro, NC 28170
Anson County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability in employment or provision of service.
*Pre-employment drug/alcohol testing and criminal background check are required*
ANSON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN – PARAMEDIC
Salary Grade: 65 (Hiring Range $31,355 -
$32,922 depending on the candidates experience, qualifications and skills)
General Statement of Duties
This employee performs paramedic level life support,
stabilization procedures, and emergency medical care in the Emergency Medical
Services unit of the County.
Distinguishing Features of the Class
An employee in this class performs emergency medical
procedures at the certified paramedic level, performing professional advanced
life support work in operating in approved mobile medical unit, rescuing
victims and performing advanced emergency care including the administration of
life sustaining treatment to patients on-site and while en route to area
hospitals. Work involves responding to
the scene of emergency and non-emergency calls, applying necessary medical
treatment to sick or injured persons, and transporting persons to a medical
facility. Employees serve as a member of
a response unit and are responsible for the medical care administered to the
patient. Work requires considerable
independent judgment in assessing the condition of patients and applying
short-term relief. Employees are exposed
to the normal hazards of emergency rescue work, including risk of exposure to
human body fluids and infectious diseases, thus the work is subject to the OSHA
requirements for blood borne pathogens.
Work is performed in accordance with established EMT
and medical procedures and under departmental and local medical director approved
protocols. Work is performed under the
supervision of a shift supervisor and is evaluated through peer review,
conferences, observation, discussion of procedures at emergency scenes, and
position requires a High School Graduate or equivalent and possession of an
Emergency Technician certification at the Paramedic level.
This position is open until filled.
Anson County Government
101 S. Greene Street
Wadesboro, NC 28170
Testing, and Criminal Background Check Required*
***Anson County does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability
in employment or provisions of service.**
Anson County Animal Shelter
Animal Control Officer
Hiring Rate $27,261 - $28,625
General Statement of Duties
The primary purpose of the Animal Control Officer is to enforce state and local rabies/animal control laws, foremost is the enforcement of Public Health General Statutes on Rabies Control. This officer is responsible for ensuring that all dogs, cats and ferrets over the age of four months are vaccinated against rabies and the investigation of bites. This employee takes calls, complaints and requests from the public concerning stray and unwanted dogs and cats, picking up stray animals as requested. Animals are transported to the Anson County Animal Shelter where the officer is responsible for the cleaning of the shelter and for feeding, watering and caring for the animals. The animals are evaluation on a case by case basis to determine outcome. Records on all animals handled must be maintained by the ACO.
The shelter is a 7 day-a-week operation that will require weekend, holiday and variable shift hours to be worked by all staff members. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm; however, any work-related situation or public health emergency will require work hours as necessary.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
This position requires much physical effort in capturing stray/unwanted dogs and cats and lifting the animals onto the truck for transport. Hostile animals may require more physical effort in the attempts to capture and impound. There is much loading and unloading animals to and from the truck. Cleaning and maintaining the shelter requires physical effort, including moving fixtures, maintaining the yard, etc. Transporting and setting traps requires lifting, setting and moving traps – both empty and full.
This position requires spending much time driving county-wide. The officer may be exposed to hazardous conditions, including weather, difficult terrain, insects and animals while investigating complaints and impounding animals. Time is also spent in an office setting, as well as in the animal shelter.
This position requires daily contact with the public. Not only does the Animal Control Officer have contact with animal owners, he/she must communicate with office staff, law enforcement, veterinarians, animal advocates, bite victims, state employees in the Veterinary Services Branch, the State Laboratory of Public Health, etc. This employee must have the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with the public. Many of his/her contacts are angry and unruly; therefore, the ACO must have the ability to be a calm, level-headed individual.
• Knowledge of County and State laws relating to public health rabies/animal control
• Knowledge of methods of capturing animals
• Knowledge of animal diseases and their symptoms
• Knowledge of county geography and the location of roads and streets
• Skills in the use of assigned equipment
• Skills in writing and math
• Ability to maintain accurate records
• Ability to deal courteously but firmly with the public
Graduation from high school and one year of experience as an animal control officer, security officer, or related law enforcement role; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Successful applicant will be required to complete additional training to achieve Animal Control Officer certification levels.
First review of applications will take place September 30, 2016. Position is
expected to be filled October 2016.
*Pre-employment Drug/Alcohol Testing and Criminal Background Check Required*
Anson County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability in employment or provisions of service.
Send applications to:
Maureen Lett, Animal Services Director
7257 US Hwy 74
Polkton, North Carolina 28135