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.


Ashton Senior Citizens Van Driver Fill-In

Part-time Fill-In Position with the Ashton Senior Citizens needed immediately. This position is to help cover in the absence of the current driver. Must be 18 years of age and have a valid driver’s license. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. and perform some manual labor. A background check will be required. Veteran preference applies to this position. For more information, contact Kathy Sharp at 208-351-4413. A completed Fremont County Job Application is required and can be obtained at or the county clerk’s office. Position opened until filled.

Application Information

Fremont County Sewer

The Fremont County Sewer Department has an opening for a temporary employee for the summer of 2016. The position requires heavy lifting, pick and shovel work, and reading and writing English.
The job site is in Island Park, Idaho and will be 4 /10-hour workdays Monday through Thursday.
Applicants must be 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Preference to veterans is given.
The position starts in June and continues to mid-October.
A background check is required. Applications are available at the Fremont County web site at or can be picked up at the Fremont County Courthouse in the clerk’s office.
For futher information call Jon Brown, 208-240-0534
Position pay is $14.41 per hour.
The completed applications must be turned in to the clerk's office by June 3, 2016 at 5 p.m.

Veteran Service Officer

Job Summary

Assists veterans with federal benefits.

Duties and Responsibilities


• Assist veterans/dependents in applying for federal benefits from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Regional Office (VARO), by initiating or reopening claims.
• Assist veterans/dependents in appealing denied claims to the local VA Regional Office (VARO), the local Decision Review Officers, or the Board of Veterans Appeals in Washington, D.C.
• Assist veterans in obtaining necessary inpatient and outpatient care from the VA medical Centers (VAMCs) and Community Based Outreach Clinics (CBOCS).
• Assists military retirees and their dependents or survivors in obtaining their benefits from the Department of Defense (DOD).
• Assist veterans in claims and proceedings involving the military services.
• Attend workshops, seminars, and conferences and confers with professionals in order to keep up to date on latest changes in Federal and State laws and regulations.
• Assist members and dependents of the National Guard and Reserve Components in obtaining appropriate benefits and assistance.
• Serves as the county’s liaison to the veteran’s service organizations in the county.


• Keeping office records, including file generation, privacy provisions and retention policy and standards.
• Maintain confidential records in accordance with all requirements of the data privacy laws and HIPAA.
• Problem Solving skills.



• Sitting with intermittent moving in an office environment, lifting of office supplies
• Manual dexterity to perform office functions (e.g., typing, filing, collating, operating office machines, 10-key, scanner etc.)
• Reaching, standing, and walking.
• Customer relation skills.
• Working computer knowledge.
• Basic understanding of word and excel.
• Ability to spell and proof read documentation.
• Must be able to perform essential duties with or without reasonable accommodation efficiently, accurately, and without causing a direct safety threat to the person or others.


• Stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, pushing, pulling and lifting (20-30 pounds daily).

Machines Typically Operated

• General office equipment (Copier, fax, 10-key, computer, scanner, etc.)