Applications only accepted for currently open positions.

Background checks are required for employment. Veteran's preference applies to all job openings.
Return applications to the Clerk's Office, 151 W. 1st North, Room 12, St. Anthony, Idaho 83445.
Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

FREMONT COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Fremont County Emergency Medical Services currently has openings for part-time, paid –call / paid-run Emergency Medical Technicians at the EMR, EMT, AEMT, and EMT-Paramedic levels. Applicants must be currently licensed in the State of Idaho or qualified to apply for State of Idaho licensure. Applicants must hold current NREMT certifications, be over the age of 18, and hold a current driver’s license. Professional certifications must include current Health Care Provider CPR, Helicopter Landing Zone Officer, EVOC, HazMat, and ICS-100, 200, and 700 (health care professional). Paramedic candidates are required to hold additional certifications as provided in the Fremont County EMS Paramedic Job Description. Candidates must be available for shift work on weekdays, weeknights, weekends, and holidays. Fremont County employment application required. For additional information please call (208) 624-7557.
Positions will remain open until filled.

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Fremont County Planning and Zoning Commission Member

This position is strictly volunteer and requires a commitment of three years. Attendance is required at each Planning and Zoning Meeting. Meetings being held the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. in the Fremont County Annex meeting room. Applications for the commission are available at the Fremont County Annex building and the Fremont County Clerks department.

Full time Island Park Road & Bridge

A valid Class A commercial driver’s license is required. Must pass DOT drug testing and a background check and be available to work weekends when needed to plow snow. Duties will include: operating heavy and light equipment (e.g. grader, trucks with snow plows, front end loader, dump trucks with trailers, etc.), light maintenance of equipment, performance of manual labor as needed. Must be able to work with the public and have good communication skills. Starting salary will be set at a Grade 6, Step 1: $13.93 per hour, plus a good benefit package. For convenience, a county owned vehicle is available at the Ashton shop for transportation to Island Park; if the vehicle is not available it is the responsibility of the employee travel to Island Park. For more information, contact 624-1539. A completed Fremont County Job Application is required and can be obtained at www.co.fremont.id.us or the Fremont County Clerk’s office and must be returned to the Fremont County Human Resource Director, located in the Fremont County Court House. This job opening will stay opened until it is filled.

deputy coroner

Fremont County Coroner is seeking a deputy coroner. Position is classified as a part time on call, no benefits are included.

Duties include, but are not limited to:
• Available for “on call” hours as needed to relieve and/or assist the coroner.
• Responds to deaths when notified by Fremont County Sheriff’s dispatch or others.
• Maintains confidentiality when dealing with deaths and death records.
• Collects, processes, and ships lab specimens.
• Good people skills.
• Some medical knowledge would be helpful.

A full job description is available on the Fremont County Website at www.co.fremont.id.us
For information: Call Bonnie Burlage at (208)351-3939 or email bburlage@co.fremont.id.us
A background check will be required. A completed Fremont County Job Application is required and can be obtained at www.co.fremont.id.us Veteran preference applies.
Applications must be turned into the Fremont County Clerk’s office, 151 W 1st N, St. Anthony, ID 83445.
Closing Date: Position open until filled.

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Part Time DispatchER & Drivers License

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is accepting resumes for part-time position, cross-trained in dispatch/records and driver’s license. The position will include emergency service work, including receiving 911 and non-emergency requests for police assistance, determining nature/urgency of calls, initiating police or other emergency personnel action and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. The job requires initiative and independent judgment within procedural boundaries in responding to emotional, disturbed and sometimes abusive people in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers. Dispatchers may assist in training, teaching and basic operational equipment management. High school diploma or G.E.D. required. Must be at least 18 years of age and have at least 2 years of working experience, be a United States citizen, have no felony convictions or conviction of an offense that would be a felony if committed in Idaho. A typing test must be completed at Job Service. Must type at least 30 words a minute. A background check will be required.
This position will be open until filled.
Please send resumes to apearson@co.fremont.id.us or bquayle@co.fremont.id.us
The part-time positions will be for up to 20 hours a week.

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Patrol Deputy
Fremont County Sheriff's Office

Location: St. Anthony/Ashton/Island Park
Position Title: Patrol Deputy
Salary:Entry Level $17.11 per hour – Increase DOE
Start Date:10/10/2016
End Date:Until position is filled

Requirements:
*21 years of age by date of hire
*Valid Idaho Driver’s License
*No more than five (5) moving citations in the last five years.
*No DUI or DWP convictions in the last five (5) years.
*Must be able to pass P.O.S.T. physical fitness test.
*No usage of marijuana in the past three (3) years.
*No usage of any other illegal drug in the past five (5) years.
*No usage of any illegal drug after the age of twenty-one (21).


Selection Process: Thank you for your interest in the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office. You have chosen to consider one of the most challenging and geographically diverse Sheriffs’ Offices in the state as your prospective employer. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office considers itself a “family”, as well as an organization that values teamwork and honesty. Our selection process is designed to select those applicants who are most equipped to succeed in this type of environment. The information below will provide you with information about the specific steps in our selection process and hopefully answer many of the questions about its process.

Resume’ Submission Phase: The resume’ must include a valid email address. After review, qualified applicants will advance in the process and receive an email which includes an invitation to complete and submit a Personal History Statement.
Personal History Statement Phase: The Personal History Statement is a lengthy document that you will complete online after receiving an invitation via email. This document will be used to aid in the completion of a background investigation. At this stage,the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office has relatively few circumstances that would cause an automatic failure or rejection from the application process. You are encouraged to answer all questions completely and honestly. While some issues of prior misconduct, such as illegal drug use, driving under the influence, theft or even arrest or convictions may be embarrassing or uncomfortable, they may not necessarily cause a rejection when evaluated with your entire personal history. Deliberate misstatements or omissions, however, will most likely be interpreted as untruthfulness. Since honesty and integrity are core traits necessary for employment with Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, deception in the application process is usually a cause for rejection regardless of the nature or reason for the untruthfulness. After review, qualified applicants will advance in the process and receive an invitation for a background interview.
Background Investigation Phase: An investigator will review your Resume’ and Personal History Statement. The investigator will request a personal interview with you. After completion and review, qualified applicants will advance in the process and receive and invitation for an Oral Board Interview.
Oral Interview Phase: Selected applicants may be invited in to be interviewed one or more times, and those applicants who do not receive a passing score on an interview do not proceed in the selection process. The interview or interviews will vary in length. The oral interview is a critical step in our selection process. Some applicants may receive a conditional offer of employment after this phase if deemed appropriate.
Probationary Phase: All new employees must complete a one year probationary period.
VETERANS PREFERENCE APPLIES
Contact: Applicants who meet the above listed requirements are encouraged to submit a resume’ either in person to (or by mail): Lt. Bart H. Quayle 146 North 2nd West, St. Anthony, ID 83445 or via email at bquayle@co.fremont.id.us. A more detailed job description is available at the link below.

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