Will New Year Mean New Career?
Opportunities abound at Newaygo County
We are less than a month from a new year, a time when many of us look to the turning of the calendar as an opportunity to make some changes in our lives.
And what better time to take a look at what we might want to pursue when it comes to how we earn our money?
Newaygo County not only pays well but also provides some seriously fine benefits to its employees while offering room for professional growth and advancement.
Ready to make a change?
Ever thought about Law Enforcement? Well, it just happens that there is an opening in two areas of the Sheriff’s Office.
As a Deputy you will patrol assigned areas, investigate, make arrests, direct and control traffic, write violation citations, prepare reports, appear in court, serve civil process, and provide services and assistance to the public. In addition, the selected candidate could also be subject to assignments such as School Resource, Drug Enforcement, and Traffic Enforcement Deputy.
And you take your cruiser home between shifts.
More of an inside person?
How about serving as a Corrections Officer? Challenging work to be sure but the right person will demonstrate integrity and honesty, the ability to remain calm under pressure, and the ability to de-escalate conflict and volatile situations.
Sound like you?
On-the-job training will be available.
Interested in the legal system but maybe not in a cruiser or helping the folks behind bars?
Circuit Court is searching for the right candidate to serve as an Enforcement Officer.
What is this you say?
Well, it involves working in a legal office setting, processing confidential court matters and meeting with clients and attorneys to collect information and resolve issues.
If you have excellent communication skills, a good eye for attention to detail, possess organizational skills, and are comfortable with accounting and working with numbers, this might be the career you’ve been waiting for.
Interested in helping our elders? The Commission on Aging has a bundle of full and part time positions ranging from drivers to meal prep to homemakers. A truly great place to earn some cash while doing your part to help serve our older citizens.
Yes, we are on the cusp of a New Year. A year that promises opportunities for change and growth in many areas. If it seems like time to head into another direction when it comes to employment, Newaygo County just might be your ticket to career fulfillment.
So, if you get seized by a Carpe Diem moment and want a bit more info on the above positions just visit:
And see if anything piques your interest.
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