Positions Available as of
 
Stevens County is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace.  

Many openings are listed with Work Source Colville (509) 685-6158.

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STEVENS COUNTY

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

 Official Announcement
 

 Doctor's Release Form
 

 Job Description Corrections & Deputies
 

 Application Corrections & Deputies
 

 Physical Ability Test Guidelines
Starting Salary: $17.50/hr, plus generous benefits (medical & dental insurance, paid vacation, sick leave and holidays the first year)

CORRECTIONS DEPUTY

Entry-level Testing Scheduled

 Stevens County Civil Service is recruiting for current and future open Corrections Deputy positions in the Stevens County Jail.  Testing will result in two eligibility lists; male Corrections Deputy and female Corrections Deputy candidates. This is a full-time position; employer paid training; starting wage of $17.50/hr with full benefit and insurance package. Applicants must pass a written, physical ability and background investigation. Interested? Check out the Official Announcement (left), or call Civil Service Staff if you have any questions about the Civil Service hiring process, or need hard copies.

All applicants should carefully consider the standards of excellence and integrity required before submitting an application.  Stevens County administers the same physical ability testing as the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Academy; applicants are encouraged to review the physical test guidelines before starting a training regimen.

Don’t delay - a doctor’s release form, application and test fee are due by 4:30 pm Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

Phone: 509-684-3751

Email: commissioners@co.stevens.wa.us

Stevens County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-free Workplace. 

 

STEVENS COUNTY
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
 
    ■   Official Announcement
 
    ■   Job Description
 
    ■   Application

 

Lateral-Entry Deputy Sheriff

Test Date Has Been Set

Civil Service testing has been scheduled to establish an eligibility list for possible hire by the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office.

The Lateral-entry Deputy examination will consist of a completed application, resume, report review and interview; please review the Official Announcement for details and important dates.   All documents AND $25.00, non-refundable application/exam fee must be received by 4:30 p.m., Friday, February 17, 2017.

If you have any questions, or need copies of the documents listed (left), please contact Stevens County Civil Service staff at 509-684-3751, or email commissioners@co.stevens.wa.us

Stevens County is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. NOT LISTED THROUGH WORKSOURCE

 

 

We are a progressive and established behavioral health agency with our main office in Colville, and additional offices in Chewelah, Davenport, and Republic.  We take pride in encouraging growth & teamwork, and providing agency-paid trainings, certifications, and advanced licensing in order to provide the best evidenced based practices for a diverse client base.  Full benefit package provided.

All Positions open until filled.

Click on the link below  for more detailed information on each position.

CSF Certified Nurse Assistant - PT
E&T Nurse Manager
Mental Health Counselor
MIS Assistant
Office Manager - Chewelah
Staff Psychologist
WISe Adult Family Partner
WISe Therapist
WISe Youth Partner

HOW TO APPLY:   Download, complete and return the application along with a resume' and cover letter to:  John Moser, Human Resource Specialist, NEW Alliance Counseling Service, 165 E. Hawthorne, Colville, WA  99114 (509) 685-0629.

Application in PDF format

 

Communications Officer - 911

Dispatcher/Call Receiver

Department:  Sheriff's Office

Entry-Level Career Opportunity

 

It takes a special kind of person to be a 911 Communications Officer; one who can work as part of a team, who wants to serve others and make a difference. Communications jobs require professionals who are able to maintain composure and self-control, even in the midst of stressful situations.  You must have excellent communications skills and the ability to multi-task. 

 

Consider this! Becoming a 911 Communications Officer (also referred to 911 Dispatcher & Call Receiver) is one of the few careers that does NOT require a college education, in fact, on the job, employer paid training is provided.  Starting salary is $15.77 per hour with generous benefits including medical & dental insurance, paid vacation, sick leave and holidays the first year. 

 

 Occupations that may transition well to the emergency communications field include customer service; travel and reservation agent; barista; collection agent; administrative assistant and waitress and waiter. 

 

Interested?  Learn more about a career as a 911 Communications Officer by contacting Stevens County Civil Service staff.

By phone: 509-684-3751

In person: 230 East Birch Ave. in Colville, WA (old Avista building)

By email:   commissioners@co.stevens.wa.us

 

Stevens County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-free Workplace. 

 

Salary :  Starting $15.77/hr ($2,733.47/mo, $32,801.60/yr)  2013  salary figures + generous benefits)

 

 

911 Job Description

911 Application
   

 

 

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