Well, that is if you’re qualified to fill one of the positions currently open at one of our area’s top employers.
Got an accounting or finance background and looking to be part of a dynamic team assisting in the budgeting and accounting aspects of our county government? Newaygo County Administration has a spot for you. The position of Deputy Finance Director could be the right fit for an experienced numbers person who enjoys working in a team setting.
The seemingly eternal television show Law and Order begins with “In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: The police, who investigate crime, and the district attorneys, who prosecute the offenders.”
Ever thought about being a part of the second group? The Prosecutor’s Office is in need of a Legal Secretary. What they're looking for is a well organized, highly motivated person with excellent customer service and office skills. On site training will be part of the job.
Speaking of the criminal justice system, what might be your thoughts about becoming a Corrections Officer? The selected candidate will work in a professional and disciplined environment where teamwork is valued and expected. Ideal candidates will demonstrate integrity and honesty, the ability to remain calm under pressure, and the ability to de-escalate conflict and volatile situations.
This one is a part time gig but it’s an opportunity to see if you possess the right kind of skills to do the work without committing to it full time.
Like a fast paced and multitasking type of job? Here’s the rundown on the Deputy Court Clerk position
The selected candidate will work in a legal, fast-paced office setting greeting visitors at the counter, answering phones, receipting money, assisting legal and law enforcement professionals on court matters, and performing varied clerical functions. That said, good customer service skills, attention to detail, and proficiency with computers are a must! While the ideal candidate will have some knowledge and experience with court procedures, there are opportunities to learn on the job.
The Commission on Aging has some part time positions that would be ideal for the right person. You can be a Meal Site Host assisting in the planning and overseeing the socialization and activities at community meal sites and other satellite meal locations. Or maybe try your hand at being a Homemaker. A paid one. These folks go into the homes of older adults, perform a little light cleaning but more importantly do a bit of socializing while there.
Skills include a passion for helping others.
There are many other positions available that may pique your interest. The county is a cool place to work and offers competitive pay, great benefits and opportunities for career growth if desired.
Here’s the link to get the skinny on those above as well as all positions currently open.