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Due to the amount of applications received, applicants will only be notified if selected for an interview.
Wythe County Employment Application
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Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office is accepting applications for a full-time V-STOP Director.
The V-STOP Director works closely with the Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office providing information and assistance to victims of domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault. The Director meets with victims to discuss the court process and determines necessary services. The Director provides referrals to appropriate agencies that offer specific services to victims. The Director is also responsible for reviewing domestic violence reports upon receipt, providing notice to victims about upcoming court cases, escorting victims to the appropriate offices to obtain protective orders and various other clerical duties. The Director would be responsible for writing and maintaining the grant responsible for funding the position with DCJS as well as submitting quarterly and annual reports to DCJS. This is not an exhaustive list of the duties assigned to the Director and she/he may be asked to perform other duties as needed. Starting salary is $27,506.
To apply, please complete a county application found at www.wytheco.org and return to the Wythe County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Attn: Mike Jones, 235 South Fourth Street, Wytheville, VA 24382.
Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ready for a change? Come thrive in a career where every phone call can mean saving a life and you leave every day satisfied knowing you’ve made a difference in your community. Wythe County is hiring both experienced dispatchers and promising trainees for its E911 emergency communications center. The dispatch center is an around-the-clock operation, all day, every day, and is the heart of operations for local law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical services.
WHAT DISPATCHERS DO: Receive phone calls and texts for service from the public for police, fire and rescue. Sends police, fire and rescue personnel to emergency scenes by radio communication and paging. Entry and inquiry into VCIN/NCIC/DMV records via data terminal. Operate modern and fast-paced computer-aided dispatch and mapping. Carry out assigned and related tasks as required.
OUR EXPECTATION: We prefer certified applicants with at least two years of recent dispatching experience. We will first interview candidates with experience – or a combination of experiences - with Spillman, 911 mapping, VCIN/NCIC, warrant processing, certified trainers and/or first responder. Must have good keyboarding skills, be able to obtain VCIN/NCIC certification, communicate professionally and clearly via telephone and radio, and quickly handle multiple tasks simultaneously under stressful emergency situations. May be required to pass a hearing test. Requires ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be willing to work shifts assigned; shifts are typically 12 hours (either 0600-1800 or 1800 to 0600) with a rotating schedule. Requires high school diploma, pre-employment physical, clean drug screen and background check.
SALARY: Competitive and in-line with experience. Pay differential for certified dispatcher trainers. The County offers excellent benefits including: paid vacation and sick leave; health, dental and vision insurance; optional insurance coverages; Virginia Retirement System; paid holidays.
Please submit resume and application to Martha Collins, Wythe County Administrator’s Office, 340 South Sixth Street, Wytheville, VA 24382. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.
Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all.
The Wythe County Board of Supervisors’ is accepting job applications for a full-time custodial position for the Building and Grounds Department.
Under the direct supervision of the Head Custodian, the Custodian is responsible for the efficient and economical cleaning and maintenance of the County buildings and personally performs routine maintenance work as needed. They are responsible for reporting any equipment failures or building defects via written work requests to the Head Custodian. Custodians are charged with the inventory and reporting of cleaning supplies and toiletries to the Head Custodian. Other responsibilities include cleaning of the buildings and grounds and the removal of trash on a daily basis both inside and outside of the buildings. Cleaning activities that need to be done on a daily basis, but not limited to once a day, include the complete cleaning of bath rooms, kitchen areas, hallways, common areas, and offices. Occasional cleaning includes, but not limited to, the following activities: mopping, waxing, and buffing floors, dusting, washing windows and walls, vacuuming and shampooing carpets, and weeding flower beds. Custodians should also perform any additional duties designated by the Head Custodian, Department Head, or County Administrator.
In addition to the paid wages this position includes health insurance, annual and sick leave benefits, and paid holidays. Current work hours are normally from 5:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Applications may be obtained at the link above and returned to the attention of Martha Collins.
Wythe County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.