Part-Time Reserve Food Service Workers
Duties include but are not limited to: Preparing, cooking & cleaning for meals in large quantities, following menus & safety procedures, and comply with National School Lunch Program. Pay Scale is $10.41 per hour.
• Must have a valid Idaho Driver’s License
• Be At least 21 years of age
• Have a GED or High School Diploma
• Complete 5-C Detention Application which is available at www.co.fremont.ud.us or at 5-C Juvenile Center 423 N 2300 E, St. Anthony, ID
All applicants must pass a criminal background check.
Veterans preference will apply.
Full-time Position at Fremont County Landfill
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. Duties will include: operating heavy and light equipment (e.g. transfer station grizzly crane, grader, bulldozer, large trash compactor, front end loader, backhoe, dump trucks, chipper, etc.), maintenance of all equipment, performance of manual labor as needed sorting household waste, separating cardboard and compacting it, directing landfill traffic, and writing receipts. Must learn state and federal landfill regulations and be capable of assisting Public Works Director and Landfill Supervisor in meeting and enforcing those regulations. Must have good communication and computer skills and be able to work with the public. Starting salary: $13.39 per hour, plus a good benefit package. Veteran preference applies to this position. 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 by April 24, 2015.
Frome Park Campground Host
Fremont County is seeking a campground host for Frome Park, Henry’s Lake, Island Park.
Dates: May, 22 to September 15, 2015. Approximate.
It is the policy of Fremont County to maintain a substance abuse free work environment. Campground host must comply with the Fremont County Personnel Policies regarding drug and alcohol and may be asked to submit to random testing.
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.
- Knowledge of Idaho boating and fishing regulations
- Knowledge of Fremont County’s recreation/boating access sites
- Be able to lift 40 lbs. without difficulty
- Must be able to operate a riding lawn mower, chain saw and watering equipment
- Must be available on weekends and holidays.
Hourly rate: $9.36
Hours per week: 40
Position is classified as a part time seasonal position, no benefits are included.
Day to day work schedule is flexible, however, successful candidate must be available on weekends and holidays.
A campsite with electrical hook-up is provided. Fresh water well located nearby. Successful candidate must provide own on-site, self-contained living accommodations (camp trailer).
Duties: Job include patrolling the campgrounds for activity, yard and other light maintenance, lawn mowing/watering, frequent cleaning of public restroom facilities and litter pick up. Responsible for limited record keeping. Must be a self starter and maintain good public relations with site visitors.
Frome Park is the primary no-fee boating and fishing access to Henry’s Lake. Overnight camp sites are available on a first come basis and cannot be reserved. The site has a 15-day limit for campers. Successful candidate will be responsible for keeping the number of people and vehicles at, or below, site capacity. Signs and bulletin boards must be well maintained and meet Fremont County standards.
For information: Call Tamra Cikaitoga at 208-624-7266 or email email@example.com
Closing Date: April 17, 2015
Sewer Wastewater Treatment & Collections Operator
Permanent Full time:
Fremont County is seeking a person holding a Idaho Wastewater Treatment Class 1 or higher license or a Wastewater Collections Class I or higher license to operate and maintain two snowmaking wastewater treatment plants, aerated lagoons, summer land applications sites and collections systems.
If the applicant does not have a license one will be required within 180 days if applicant does not have the above license upon hiring.
The position requires a high school Diploma or GED equivalent.
The applicant will be required to have a CDL class B driver's license within 90 days of hiring.
The Employee will be required to live in the Island Park Area, with a 15 miles response time, within 90 days of hiring.
Education or experience in electrical trouble shooting and mechanical is a requirement.
Salary depends on education and experience. Fremont County has an excellent benefit package.
This opening will be posted from March 16th and run until April 30, 2015 Applicants will require a background check and drug test.
Veteran's preference will apply to applicants.
Fremont County reserves the right to reject any applications.
For further information and application go to www.co.fremont.id.us or contact Debbie Davis at 208-624-8078 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aquatic Nuisance Species Technician
Fremont County Weed Control is accepting applications for Aquatic Nuisance Species Technicians from March 30- through April 17, 2015 or until filled. Applications can be found at www.co.fremont.id.us.Veterans Preference is given. A background check is required. Please return a completed Fremont County Application Form to:
Fremont County Clerk’s Office
151 N 5th W
St. Anthony, ID 83445
EMPLOYMENT DURATION: Positions are Seasonal. Work will be performed from May 19 – Thru September 7, 2015.
LOCATION: The position is located in Island Park at one of two roadside boat wash stations and 2 docks on Henrys Lake.
DUTY HOURS: 6:00 AM- 7:00 PM (13 hr shifts) 3 days on & 6 days off. Shifts rotate and will include occasional Saturday, Sunday and Holiday shifts throughout the summer.
CONTACTS: Fremont County Weed Control: Bryce or Stephenie (208) 624-7442
DUTIES: Seasonal employees will help implement an Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) prevention program. Employees will need to supply their own transportation to and from the jobsite. Optional housing is provided by Fremont County and is available for employees only during their three day job shifts.
• Become knowledgeable of aquatic invasive species issues affecting Idaho.
• Interact with the public in various settings to explain the project by providing technical information regarding ANS and the threat it poses.
• Provide boat and trailer inspections at inspection sites.
• Conduct and document boater surveys.
• Operate digital and/or electronic devices.
• Must be 18 years or older.
• Ability to interact and communicate with the public.
• Accurate data collection.
• Position involves heavy lifting (at least 100 lbs.), pushing, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, standing, reaching, walking, pulling, manual dexterity to operate equipment, grasping, talking, and hearing.
• Work outdoors in all weather.
• Great people skills.
Volunteer Reserve Deputy
The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for their Volunteer Reserve Deputy program. Ideal applicants are a motivated and value centered individual with a desire to serve the citizens of Fremont County.
Reserve Deputies will supplement and assist full-time Sheriff’s Deputies in their duties. Reserve Deputies will serve to enhance the individual and collective safety and general welfare of the citizens of Fremont County by assisting the Sheriff’s Office in deterring crime. Assignment of Reserve Deputies will usually be to augment the patrol division but may be assigned to other areas within the office as needed.
Interested parties should submit a completed application to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.
Applications are available at the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office 146 N 2nd W, St. Anthony, Idaho, or on this web page.
21 years old
High School Graduate
Clear Driving Record last 3 years
No Criminal Record
Minimum Participation Requirements:
Attend Monthly Meeting
Attend Training Sessions
Attend Annual Firearms Qualification
20 Hours Patrol Duty Time/Month