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04/18/17
Airport Line Service Technician Full Time (Wednesday – Saturday)

Position Summary

Greets, parks, tows, moves and marshals aircraft arriving and departing from ramp area. Assist with customer service duties as required. Provide refueling service for aircraft as requested. Assist passengers and/or crew with baggage/cargo as needed. Assist with general cleaning and clearing of debris from ramp, building and customer areas. Assist with wing-walking duties as required.

Duties may include the following as well as others as assigned by supervisor:
•Refuel all types of General Aviation aircraft.
•Tow & park aircraft in assigned locations using tractors and tow bars.
•Assist crews and passengers with luggage and special requests.
•Operate point of sale.
•Perform routine checks and maintenance/minor repairs of equipment.
•Reports equipment failures.
•Operate tractors, mowers and fuel trucks.
•Wash and detail aircraft.
•Perform mowing operations on airfield.
•Perform general cleaning of facilities.
•Perform general cleaning and clearing of debris from ramp area.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
•Excellent oral and written communication skills.
•Computer and filing skills.
•Knowledge and ability to perform minor mechanical and electronic repair.

Work Environment: Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Must be able to work in varying extreme temperatures and inclement weather conditions. Must be able to work on weekends. Occasional exposure to fumes, airborne particles, toxic and/or caustic chemicals. Will work around moving aircraft and a variety of highly volatile petroleum products.

Physical Requirements: Ability to move up to 30 pounds and remain upright for extended periods of time. Ability to climb, stoop, bend, grasp pull and lift. Must have excellent vision and coordination to move or direct aircraft.

Minimum Qualification: High School Diploma or equivalent. Must live within 20 minutes driving time of airport.

Applications can be obtained online at www.co.cherokee.tx.us or at the office of the Human Resource Director, 135 S. Main St. (3rd Floor), Rusk, TX 75785. Fax to (903)683-1186 or email hr@cocherokee.org. Cherokee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.



4/11/17
Public Health Preparedness Branch Manager

The Cherokee County Department of Public Health is looking for a self-driven, detail-oriented, team player to join its leadership team as the Public Health Preparedness Branch Manager. This position is responsible for a variety of high level responsibilities to include: development of health and medical disaster planning, response and recovery protocols; disease surveillance and disease outbreak investigations; tracking of reportable diseases; community education and outreach; prevention efforts that improve public health and safety; rapport building with citizens, other governmental entities, non-profits, businesses and state and federal partners. Additional duties may be required. The ideal candidate will have a basic knowledge of public health law in Texas, organizing, planning, facilitating, directing, communicating, team-building and emergency management. Recommended minimum qualifications include a four-year degree in health, medical or science-related field and four years of full-time, paid experience in the fields of public health, epidemiology, emergency response or similar. The position is full-time in Jacksonville, Texas. Salary is DOE within approved county pay grades. Approximately 40% travel can be expected. The work environment may include high stress, potentially hazardous working conditions. This position is security-sensitive and requires background and reference verification. Applications can be obtained from the county website at www.cocherokee.org, completed and returned to the Executive Director at ctaylor@cctxphd.org. Please include your curriculum vitae along with application. Cherokee County is an equal opportunity employer and participates in E-Verify. This posting may close at any time once a sufficient number of applications have been received.



4/10/17
Secretary II-2nd District Court

Position Summary: Secretary II to the District Judge, 2nd Judicial Court in Rusk, Texas. Will assist judge with court duties and perform clerical duties. Will provide information to court personnel. Additional duties are included in the job description.

Minimum Qualifications
•High School Diploma or equivalent
•Two years secretarial experience

Submit application and resume to Human Resource Director, 135 S. Main, Rusk, TX, 75785, (903) 683-5367 office, by fax to (903) 683-1186. Application can be obtained from the web at www.co.cherokee.tx.us and click on Jobs, or email hr@cocherokee.org. For a complete job description, contact the Human Resource Director. Cherokee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. This posting may close at any time once a sufficient number of applications have been received.



3/30/17
Deputy Voter Clerk

The Cherokee County Elections Office has an opening for Deputy Voter Clerk. This is an entry level, full time position in Rusk, Texas. This position provides the Election Administrator with technical voter registration assistance and performs election duties.

Duties may include the following as well as others as assigned:
•Provide staff and taxpayers with technical voter answers based upon most recent laws and updates published in Texas Election Law.
•Acts as the liaison to Secretary of State for questions and other services provided by the State.
•Ensures all voter registrations are researched, input and kept up to date.
•Ensures voter names and address changes are input and kept up to date.
•Ensures address additions to database are compatible and adhere to 911 address database.
•Coordinates assigned staff members’ workload to assist in voter workload.
•Prepares for early voting and general election.
•Prepares post election data as well as creates and prints post election reports.
•Provides voter data as requested through Open Records Requests and prepares invoice based upon Open Records Request Invoice template.
•Prepares voter data and activity reports as required by the Secretary of State.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
•Keyboarding minimum speed of 35 words per minute.
•Ability to use Microsoft or WordPerfect software products.
•Ability to tactfully and effectively communicate with elected officials, offices, departments, election judges, and voters in answering questions concerning technical voter issues, polling places and voter status.
•Ability to successfully complete TEAM voter registration course and program system for elections.
•Ability to learn Texas Election Laws.

Work Environment:
•Work is conducted in an office environment and at county polling stations.
•Required to work weekends and after hours on weekdays during elections as needed.

Physical Requirements: Ability to move up to 30 pounds and remain upright for extended periods of time.

Minimum Qualification: High School Diploma or equivalent. Previous office experience preferred.

Applications can be obtained online at www.co.cherokee.tx.us or at the office of the Human Resource Director, 135 S. Main St. (3rd Floor), Rusk, TX 75785. Fax to (903)683-1186 or email hr@cocherokee.org. Cherokee County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.



Cherokee County participates in E-Verify and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
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