Applications only accepted for currently open positions.

 

Background checks and pre-employment drugs screenings are required for employment.
Veteran's preference applies to all job openings.
Applications also can be obtained at the Clerk's Office, 151 W. 1st North, Room 12, St. Anthony, Idaho 83445.
Completed applications should be returned to the Clerk's Office.
Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

frome park campground host

Fremont County is seeking a campground host for Frome Park, Henry’s Lake, Island Park.
Dates: May 25 to Sept. 15, 2019, 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 Policy. A pre-employment drug test will be required.
A completed Fremont County Job Application is required and can be obtained at www.co.fremont.id.us Veteran preference applies.

Applicant must:
-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: $10.54
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 pickup. 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 tcikaitoga@co.fremont.id.us
Closing Date: May 17, 2019

Clinician

The Five-County Juvenile Detention & Youth Rehabilitation Center in St. Anthony, Idaho, is seeking applicants for the position of Clinician. Applicants must have at least a master’s degree in a behavioral science field. Experience in DBT and Substance Abuse Treatment and working with youth is preferred. The position is full-time working 40 hrs per week. The position includes medical and dental benefits. Pay is negotiable depending on experience. The Center provides detention programming for Clark, Jefferson, Fremont, Madison, and Teton counties. The Center also contracts with the Montana Dept. of Corrections and Idaho Dept. of Juvenile Corrections for treatment of long-term offenders. The Center is a state-of-the-art secure juvenile treatment facility. Employees of the center are also employees of Fremont County. Must pass a criminal background check, be at least 21 years of age, and have a valid driver’s license. Applications and a job description may be picked up at the Center or Fremont County Courthouse. Resumes may be sent to: nchavez@co.fremont.id.us or faxed to Five County Detention & Youth Rehabilitation Center, 208-624-1351 ATT: Program Director

Line Staff

The Five-County Juvenile Detention & Youth Rehabilitation Center in St. Anthony, Idaho is seeking applicants for the positions of Part-Time Reserve & Full-Time. Full-time position includes medical and dental benefits. The Center provides detention programming for Clark, Jefferson, Fremont, Madison, and Teton counties. The Center also contracts with the Federal Bureau of Prisons and Idaho Dept. of Juvenile Corrections for treatment of long-term offenders. The Center is a state-of-the-art secure juvenile treatment facility. Employees of the center are also employees of Fremont County. Must pass a criminal background check, be at least 21 years of age, and have a valid driver’s license. Applications and a job description may be picked up at the Center or Fremont County Courthouse. Resumes may be sent to: nchavez@co.fremont.id.us or faxed to Five County Detention & Youth Rehabilitation Center, 208-624-1351, ATT: Program Director

Food Service Worker

Duties include but are not limited to:Preparing, cooking & cleaning meals in large quantities, following menus & safety procedures Pay Scale is Temp Grade 3 $11.71 Hr.
Requirements for positions: Must have valid Idaho driver’s license; be at least 21 years of age; have a GED or high school diploma; complete a 5-C Detention Center Application which is available at 5-C front office.
A full job description can be obtained at the 5-C Juvenile Treatment at 423 N. 2300 E St. Anthony, Id. All applicants must pass a criminal background check. P.O.S.T. Veterans Preference will apply for this position. Applications accepted until position is filled..

Emergency Medical Services Director

Fremont County Ambulance District Commissioners are seeking a full-time Director of Emergency Medical Services. Duties include but are not limited to: Oversees, supervises, manages and directs the administration and operation of Fremont County’s Emergency Medical Services system. Responsible for staff operations, business planning and budget development. Ensures emergency medical services are in compliance with professional standards, state and federal regulatory requirements. Salary range is $62,115 to $65,363 or TBD by the Commissioners. Veteran Preference will apply for this position. A complete job description is available on the county website. A background check and drug test will be required. 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. Applications must be returned to the Fremont County Clerk’s office. Job is open until filled. For more information on duties and qualifications, please contact the Fremont County Clerk, Abbie Mace, at 208-624-7332.

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Road and Bridge Signs Crew Member

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.  Part of the job is assisting Traffic Safety Manager, making and installing traffic signs. Must have computer skills and be able to learn how to operate the county sign making program, will also be responsible for helping install traffic signs throughout the county. Must be able to work with the public and have good communication skills. Fremont County has a good benefit package.  Veteran’s preference applies to this position.   For more information, contact 208-624-1539. 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.  Applications must be returned to the Fremont County Clerk’s office, located in the Fremont County Courthouse.  This job opening will remain open until filled.

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Full Time Patrol Deputy

The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is accepting resumes for the position of Full time Patrol Deputy. This position will be required to work rotating shifts, nights, weekends, swings, recreation patrol, and holidays. Deputies respond to general emergencies related to crime, public safety, traffic accidents, investigations, disturbances along with other calls. Patrols roadways and enforces state laws. Provides 24 hour a day emergency response, communicates with citizens, suspects, victims, and coworkers in a team environment for successful resolution of incidents.  Requirements are a high school diploma or a GED, at least 21 years of age, a United States Citizen, no felony convictions or conviction of an offense that would be a felony if committed in Idaho. Must be able to pass and comply with Idaho Post standards for basic peace officer certificate. Wages for this position is $18.15 to $21.77 an hour depending on experience. It also include a great benefit package along with PERSI Retirement.
If you are interested please email your resume
jpowell@co.fremont.id.us
This position opens May 22nd 2019 and will close June 10th 2019. If you have any questions call and talk to Lt. Joseph Powell at (208)624-4482.