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The following is a list of current open job positions for Licking County Government. You may click on the position to read a job posting. Please follow the application procedures on the individual posting if you are interested in applying for the position.
 
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District Program Administrator
The Licking County SWCD is accepting applications for the District Program Administrator (DPA) position. This leadership role will provide guidance and leadership to staff, community, partners and Board of Supervisors toward meeting the Soil & Water District goals. The Program Administrator will implement policies and strategies approved by Board of Supervisors and challenge the organization to fulfill its goals of Conserving Licking County’s natural resources through education, technical assistance and leadership within Licking County. Broad areas of responsibility include planning and evaluation, policy implementation, personnel and financial leadership, and public relations.
Administrative Assistant
Provide secretarial, office management and receptionist services to administrative and direct service staff. Perform a side variety of legal and clerical duties in support of the Juvenile Court namely Family Intervention Services, Youth Responsibility Project, Diversion, Mediation, Truancy Court and Shift Program.
Occupational Therapist - Early Childhood
The Licking County Board of Developmental Disabilities is currently seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to join our dedicated team of professionals as a member of the transdisciplinary team in the provision of therapy services for children up to age 3. This is a part-time position, up to 40 hours per week. Monday through Friday with occasional evenings.
SENIOR Programmer Analyst
Under general supervision from the department head may lead lower level programmer/analysts on Information Technology Services projects involving the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of business applications for streamlining, automating, and integrating the operations of all county agencies.
Information Technology Manager
The Information Technology Manager coordinates the oversight and implements all phases of information technology for the Board.
Transit Mechanic
Provides preventative maintenance and diagnoses and repairs all vehicles in the Licking County Transit Board fleet as well as other County vehicles as appropriate. Performs minimal reworks and maintains production standards.
Technical Study Director
The LCATS Technical Study Director is responsible for the LCATS, MPO for Newark urbanized area operation; assures compliance with federal and state transportation planning requirements, and oversees the completion of complex transportation plans, studies and efforts. The person in the position manages the LCATS section of the Licking County Planning Commission/Licking County Planning & Development Department, manages operational and capital budgets for the metropolitan planning organization (MPO), and develops budgets, reviews indirect cost allocation plans, performs employee reviews, address personnel issues, maintain files, and respond to public information requests.
 


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