Health & Human Services - Economic Support Unit
  • Economic Support Worker • More Information (184735 kb)

    ECONOMIC SUPPORT WORKER

    Green Lake County has a vacancy for a full-time Economic Support Worker with the Green Lake County Department of Health and Human Services, with hourly starting pay ranging from $17.65 to $22.07. The individual in this position develops knowledge and skills to assess and issue public assistance benefits to eligible clients. Determines eligibility for Medicaid, Child Care, Food Share, Long Term Care services, and Energy Assistance.

     Sucessful candidate must have a high school diploma (or equivalent) and a current valid driver's license. Experience of one to two years and/or training working in a similar field and/or occupation, which provides the necessary skills, abilities and knowledge, is also required. Click the “More Information” link above for a full job description.

    Applications may be downloaded at http://www.co.green-lake.wi.us/employment.html, or picked up at the County Administrator’s Office. Applications must be submitted via email (jobs@co.green-lake.wi.us), or turned into the County Administrator’s Office no later than 8:00 AM on Thursday, March 7th, 2019 for consideration.
Land Use Planning & Zoning
  • Code Enforcement Officer • More Information (115740 kb)

    CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

    Green Lake County has a vacancy for a full-time Code Enforcement Officer with the Green Lake County Land Use Planning & Zoning Department, with hourly starting pay ranging from $21.95 to $27.44. The individual in this position is responsible for the enforcement and administration of land use ordinances, regulations, and laws duly adopted within the jurisdiction of the department.

    The following is a non-exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities of the Code Enforcement Officer:

    • Accepts and reviews land use and sanitary permit applications, conducts inspections and may issue certificates of compliance in accordance with applicable ordinance standards.
    • Conducts field inspections.
    • Issues violation orders when appropriate; maintains contact with alleged violator to effect compliance; issues citations as needed. Appears in court when necessary to represent the County in matters related to ordinance violations.
    • Conducts field and/or office investigations of matters pertaining to ordinances for zoning, nonmetallic mining reclamation, soil tests, private sewage systems standards and other similar issues to assist in their administration and enforcement.
    • Conducts the initial contact with applicants for variances, rezoning, and conditional use permits. Reviews requests and inspects the sites.
    • Represents the Department at Land Use Planning and Zoning Committee or the Board of Adjustments public hearings.
    • Evaluates, interprets and enforces ordinances, other laws and regulations related to General Zoning, Land Division, Nonmetallic Mining Reclamation, and POWTS ordinances.
    • Manages the County’s POWTS Maintenance Program.

    Successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and a current valid driver's license. Minimum experience of three years and/or training working in zoning/land use, sanitation, code enforcement, or a similar field and/or occupation, which provides the necessary skills, abilities and knowledge, is also required. Must be certified by the State of Wisconsin as a Soil Tester and POWTS Inspector. Click the “More Information” link above for a full job description.

    Applications may be downloaded at http://www.co.green-lake.wi.us/employment.html, or picked up at the County Administrator’s Office. Applications must be submitted via email (jobs@co.green-lake.wi.us), or turned into the County Administrator’s Office no later than 8:00 AM on Thursday, March 7th, 2019 for consideration.

Sheriff - Corrections
  • Master Control Aide (Part-Time) • More Information (62409 kb)

    MASTER CONTROL AIDE (PART-TIME)
     

    Green Lake County has a vacancies for part-time Master Control Aides within the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office. Under the general supervision of the Corrections Administrator, Master Control Aides maintain and oversee the operations of the master control room of the correctional facility, working a schedule in accordance with the needs of the Sheriff’s Office.

    The following is a non-exhaustive list of duties and responsibilities of a Master Control Aide:

    • Maintain jail logs.
    • Monitor activity of all inmates.
    • Operate radio, video, and audio recording systems.
    • Monitor alarm systems and door controls.

    Successful candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driver’s license, and experience and/or training working in civil or military law enforcement which provides the necessary skills, abilities and knowledge. Visual acuity must be correctable to 20/20. Click the “More Information” link above for a full job description.

    Applications may be downloaded at http://www.co.green-lake.wi.us/employment.html, or picked up at the County Administrator’s Office. Applications must be submitted via email (jobs@co.green-lake.wi.us), or turned into the County Administrator’s Office no later than 8:00 AM on February 28th, 2019.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:
    Along with submitting an application, you will be required to complete a Personality, Morals, and Ethics Assessment. This assessment will take place in-person at the Green Lake County Government Center. You will also be required to fill out a brief Pre-Questionnaire and Background Check Disclosure Form. Upon submitting your application, you will be contacted via email to schedule your assessment and receive the mentioned paperwork. 

    If you are selected to move forward in the hiring process, after completing the Pre-Questionnaire, preliminary background check, and Personality, Morals, and Ethics Assessment, you will move onto the in-person interviews. 
    Thank you!

Green Lake County is an equal opportunity employer.
All hiring, promotion practices, and other terms and conditions of employment shall be maintained and conducted in a manner which does not illegally discriminate on the basis of age, race, religion, color, disability, pregnancy, marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, or any other legally protected status.

Please note that it is the policy of Green Lake County to accept applications only for positions that are currently open to the public. To be considered for employment a completed Green Lake County Employment Application must be submitted. Resumes submitted in addition to the application are welcome but not required.