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Huron County Veteran Service Office


Classification: Classified
Full Time Position: 40 Hours Per Week
Job Posting Open: Monday, October 23, 2017
Job Posting Closes: Monday, November 6, 2017

Applications can be picked up at the Huron County Veteran Service Office. All completed Applications, Resumes and DD214's need to be turned into the Huron County Veteran Service Office no later than close of business the day this job posting closes:
130 Shady Lane Drive
Norwalk, OH 44857
Phone: (419) 668-4150

In accordance with Ohio Revised Code 5901.06 and 5901.07, all applicants shall be an Honorably Discharged Veteran or, if a qualified Veteran is not available, the spouse, surviving spouse, child, or parent of a Veteran.

Job Purpose:

Under the Administrative Direction of the Huron County Veteran Service Commission and Executive Director, directly supports and reports to the Transportation Manager. Has limited supervisory responsibility over other transportation drivers when delegated by the Transportation Manager. Will support and participate in day to day operations of the Transportation Department. Will act as the Quality Control and oversight on the completion of all checklists and updating daily trip reports from all part-time van drivers. Will assist the Transportation Manager in Scheduling rides for Veterans and Scheduling Part Time Drivers as needed.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Be on time for work every day
  • Will drive Veterans and/or escorts to their appointments or designated locations as needed, sometimes including special needs transportation as made necessary by the Transportation Manager.
  • Will be the primary scheduler for the Transportation Department
  • Effectively Communicate rider's complaints and/or concerns to the Transportation Manager.
  • Exercise good conflict resolution and problem solving skills.
  • Assist and make recommendations for the improvement of the daily operations.
  • Be familiar with all forms used within the Transportation Department and have good knowledge of the Department of Veterans Affairs documents.
  • Have good knowledge of all geographical areas covered by the Transportation Department.
  • Responsible for tracking fleet maintenance schedules for all regularly scheduled maintenance.
  • Report any replenishments / replacements required for safe operations.
  • Ensure all part time drivers keep the fleet vehicles gassed up and spot swept after each run. Ensure that all fleet vehicles are kept clean and tidy at all times.
  • Conducts periodic inspections as needed to ensure the transportation fleet is well kept, clean, and meets all necessary safety requirements.
  • Responsible for reporting and filling out all proper documents for any significant or serious incidents as well as reporting any damaged or malfunctioning equipment or vehicles.
  • Ensure all part time drivers keep up with their daily logs appropriately
  • Conducts ride along with Part Time Drivers as needed.
  • Provides information to drivers and riders in the event of any cancellations, delays, or weather considerations.
  • ┬áMust be able to facilitate and answer all questions and inquiries to Veterans or the public regarding the operations of the transportation department.



  • Possess a High School Diploma or GED
  • Shall be an Honorably Discharged Veteran or, if a qualified Veteran is not available, the spouse, surviving spouse, child, or parent of a Veteran.
  • Possess a Valid Driver's license
  • Have a good driving record as per the Huron County drivers record check, and possess own personal vehicle insurance
  • Must be able to be insured by Huron County
  • Possess Leadership, delegation and management skills
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Work flexible hours from time to time outside the normal work day
  • An active, alive and alert person with a good positive attitude and time management skills
  • Pleasant personality with a neat appearance
  • Must be able to drive an automatic vehicle
  • Must have the ability to read, write simple English and verbally comprehend simple instructions
  • Must be able to read a map and have a good knowledge base with basic technology and using GPS devices.
  • Must be able to use a computer and have a good understanding of basic software programs.
  • Must be able to be contacted outside of normal business hours on the office provided cell phone.

In accordance with the Huron County Personnel Policy Manual, Section 1.6 under Fair Employment Practices:

All Employees are entitled to equal employment opportunities and no employee or applicant will be discriminated against for employment because of race, color, religion, creed, age, sex, national origin or ancestry, political affiliation, Veteran status or disability.



Huron County Engineer's Office-Highway Worker I

The Huron County Engineer's Office will accept applications beginning October 24, 2017 for the full-time position of Highway Worker I through November 9, 2017.

Highway Worker I will be responsible for maintaining and repairing county roads and bridges. This position involves routine construction work in the operation of vehicles and/or equipment. This may require being on call 24 hours a day. Rate of pay will be $15.51 after a 180 day probationary period.

Qualifications for the position are completion of secondary education or equivalent; or any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Applicant must possess a valid State of Ohio Class B CDL or obtained within (6) six months of employment; must maintain insurability under the Engineer's insurance policy.

Potential candidates must be able to pass a drug screen and background check.

Qualified candidates can request an application and a detailed job description in person at Huron County Engineer's Office, 150 Jefferson Street, Norwalk, Ohio hours are Mon-Fri., 7:00am-3:30pm or on the website ( Applications can be submitted at the Office or electronically to

The Huron County Engineer's Office is an equal opportunity employer.



Job Title: 911 Coordinator-unclassified, full-time, FLSA exempt
Wages: $25-35 per hour DOQ & DOE

Job Summary: This is a full-time, exempt, unclassified position reporting to and supervised by the Director of the Huron County Emergency Management Agency (EMA). General duties of this position are handling the technical and fiscal matters surrounding the 911 system in Huron County. This position requires a well-rounded knowledge of Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs), radio operations, a substantial Information Technology (I.T.) background, knowledge of the applicable Ohio statutes, Computer Aided Dispatch/Geographic Information Systems/Records Management Systems (CAD/GIS/RMS), 911 call standard and Ohio’s Emergency Services Internet Protocol Network (ESINet) rules/regulations.

Essential Functions:

  • Ensures that the PSAP equipment works properly and efficiently and has authority to correct deficiencies.
  • Provides review for requests for funding for the entities currently housing PSAP units.
  • Provides oversight and some training for PSAP operators (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD), call answering position units, etc.).
  • Compiles statistical reports regarding 911 activity in Huron County.
  • Handles all matters revolving aro und Master Street Address Guide (MSAG)/GIS/RMS especially when it involves accuracy of data.
  • Plans for and recommends ongoing expansion, enhancement or reduction of the 911 system.
  • Quarterly reporting and event reporting to Technical Advisory Committee (TAC).
  • Maintains a liaison relationship with the State of Ohio 911 Program Office.
  • Assess planning and budget for 911 Committee.
  • Coordinates with local telephonic vendors resolution of system problems and plans, coordinates all matters involving 911 in the case of disaster recovery.
  • Assists all safety service agencies in the operations of 911 system.
  • Participates in the development of system wide guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) with PSAP managers.
  • Serves as the Wireless coordinator, providing for call routing, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) routing and testing for wireless carriers, Alternate Local Exchange Carriers (ALECs) and Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs).
  • Assists PSAP locations with system enhancements, relocation and technical information regarding hardware, software and other system issues.
  • Exercises good judgment and maintains confidentiality regarding critical and sensitive information, records, and reports.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Preferred Knowledge and Skills:

  • A combination of education and significant experience in I.T., 911 operations, radio communications or related fields.
  • A general understanding of local government operations, emergency response, disaster control, and state and federal legislation relative to 911.
  • Proven ability to troubleshoot and resolve I.T., radio communication issues.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as public speaking ability.
  • Well-honed problem-solving, decision-making, and analytical skills.
  • Basic certification in Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
  • Ability to work well under stress, deadlines, and in life-threatening situations.
  • Must be level-headed, self-motivated, and responsive.
  • Must be able to function in a team environment.
  • Must be on call 24-7, with a 30 minute after hour response time.
  • Must be able to perform all the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • A Bachelor’s degree or higher in public safety, government, or a related field.
  • One to three years in public safety experience with a noticeable strength in 911 operations.
  • Certification as an Emergency Number Professional (ENP).

Equipment Knowledge/Use Required:

  • All office equipment, including, but not limited to, computers, keyboards, telephone system equipment, copiers, scanners, recorders, projectors, and facsimile machines.
  • Use of radio equipment will be expected.

Work Environment:

  • Work is performed in both indoor and outdoor environments.
  • Work may be required under unfavorable conditions or extreme physical demands in times of emergency or disaster.

Physical Requirements:

  • Alternate frequently between sitting/standing/walking throughout an eight (8) hour workday.
  • Lift/carry a minimum of fifty (50) pounds.
  • Reaching with bilateral upper extremities into/up to/down to various heights.
  • Push/pull with twenty (20) pounds of initial force.
  • Use of ladders.
  • Bend/squat/crouch/kneel.

Application and Selection Procedures:
Candidates should submit Huron County Application for Employment, which can be found at
(, to the HR Office, 12 E. Main St., Suite 513, Norwalk, OH 44857. Applications will also be accepted electronically at Full job description can also be found at the aforementioned site. The successful candidate will be subject to pre-employment drug testing, a driving record check and a full background investigation. Only those to be interviewed will be contacted. Position is open until filled.

Huron County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Applications are subject to public records law.




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