Administrative Clerk at Crawford County Highway Department
The Crawford County Highway Department is seeking applications for the position of Administrative Clerk. Clerical experience with Microsoft Excel, Power Point and Word is a requirement. Hours of operation are 7:00am to 3:30pm, Monday through Friday. Qualifications required are high school diploma, GED or equivalent, valid driver’s license, and must submit to drug testing/background check prior to and during employment. Employee benefits will include health, life and vision insurance and enrollment in PERF. Additional hours may be required. Applications can be obtained from and returned to the Crawford County Highway Department, 717 East State Road 64, English IN 47118. If any applicants have submitted an application that extends beyond 60 days, a new application must be resubmitted. References Required. If you have any questions, call 812-338-2162.
Office Manager- Crawford County Economic Development at Crawford County Economic Development
The Crawford County Economic Development Partnership Corporation seeks a qualified professional to perform administrative duties. This position is a salaried part-time office position, working approximately 3 days a week right now, with the possibility of growth. 95% of the hours are over the course of a business day with 5% being occasional evening board meetings or events. The office is located in Carefree near the Crawford County Industrial Park. This position reports to the Director to assist in advancing economic prosperity in Crawford County to fulfill the strategic plan of the CCEDC. The office manager will answer phone calls and emails, handle the physical mail, maintain a filing system, greet visitors to the office in a warm and professional manner, and other activities as assigned. Organize and schedule appointments. Plan meetings and take detailed minutes. Assist in the preparation of reports and grants. Write and distribute email, correspondence memos, letters, faxes, and forms. Working knowledge of MS office programs including publisher. Apple suite is a plus but not required. Ability to work independently. Trustworthy and able to complete work in an efficient manner. Creative and adaptable. Strong customer service skills and superior verbal and written communication skills. Proof of post secondary training, certification or credential preferred. Flexible schedule is a must. Previous experience in communication data in relatable form preferred. There will be opportunities for professional development. Order office supplies and research new deals and suppliers. Maintain contact lists. Submit and reconcile expense reports. Work with the director on projects related to business development. Training will be provided in some tasks if needed. Some daytime travel in and out of the county will be required. A valid driver's license is required. Compensation for mileage will be provided. To apply, please submit: Cover letter in business format, resume/CV, and 3 references to Jesse Belcher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Manager- Purdue Extension Crawford County at Office Manager
Office Manager for Purdue Extension – Crawford County Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 AM-4:30 PM and Wednesday 8:30 AM-12:30 PM Duties Provide administrative support to the County Extension Director and Extension Educators. Perform various administrative office duties. Maintain inventory of educational materials, office supplies and publications, ordering materials and restocking supplies as needed. Answer telephone and greets office visitors, responding to inquiries, providing information and assistance, taking messages and/or directing callers to appropriate individual or department. Prepares and processes invoices, financial documents, reconciliations, and 4-H payments and transfers. Oversees accounts payable, ensuring timely payment of invoices and accounts balances. Set-up and maintain software programs such as 4Honline, FairEntry, Salesforce, CVENT and Quicken. Maintain county Extension website and assist with social media and marketing of programs and services provided by Extension. Assist with programming and services provided by Extension. Perform related duties as assigned. Requirements High school diploma or equivalent. Additional education or certification preferred. Computer skills of Microsoft Office and Quicken a must and a willingness to learn other new tasks including software programs such as 4honline, FairEntry, CVENT and Salesforce. Ability to maintain confidentiality, operate standard office equipment, work independently with minimal supervision and with others in a team environment. An application may be picked up at the Auditor’s Office in the Judicial Building in English and apply no later than close of business on Tuesday June 20, 2023 by 4:00 PM. Return application to the Auditor’s Office in a sealed envelope with attention to the Crawford County Commissioners.
Code/IT Academy Program Facilitator at Code/IT Academy Program Facilitator
Code/IT Academy Program FacilitatorABOUT CODE/IT ACADEMYCode/IT Academy is a 10-week, cohort-based program tailored to individuals seeking to developnew skills or become proficient in a variety of in-demand technologies associated with ITadministration. Code/IT fast-tracks learning to help workers enter the digital economy quickly. Apartnership between The Mill and Ivy Tech, Code/IT currently runs three cohorts per year. IvyTech supports participants through career readiness programming, and The Mill providesprofessional development and leads on employment opportunities, soft skill training andemployer connections. The program also focuses on upskilling those who are under/unemployedor underrepresented in tech-related careers (such as women, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and firstgeneration with no college degree).ABOUT THE POSITIONAs the Code/IT Academy Program On-Site Facilitator, you will:● Manage the operations of your county's Code/IT Academy cohort● Application reviews● Applicant interviews/vetting● Ensure the right profile of candidates is accepted● Coordinate food, drinks, etc. for class● Coordinate career night for each cohort with Code/IT Academy Program Manager● Coordinate graduation celebration for each cohort● Distrubute soft skill materials to students and be a resource for any questions they may● have● Address any issues with participants as they arise during the cohort● Be a continuous supporter for students, offer one-on-one sessions at least once/ cohortDOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?Nothing gets past you. You are a master of the details without getting lost in them. You are ableto anticipate problems and can come up with multiple solutions. You keep the trains running onTime.Excellent communicator. You have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to buildrelationships with all types of people. You will need to effectively communicate with the teamwhether you’re delivering good news or bad.You have a passion for helping. You believe resources are meant for everyone, and you leaveno stone unturned when finding the right applicants for our programs. You don’t let peopleself-select out and provide the extra boost of confidence they need to start something forthemselves.You’re a team player in the truest sense of the word. You want the organization to win, andwhatever role it needs you to play that day is the role you want to play.
Nutrition Education Program Advisor at Purdue Extension Crawford County
Nutrition Education Program Advisor (Crawford County) Job Summary Schedule, recruit, and conduct group and individual educational sessions on basic nutrition, budgeting, physical activity, and food safety. Maintain a caseload of program participants as specified in the program criteria. Using approved curriculum, teach food and nutrition and physical activity-related subject matter to limited resource audiences in person and virtually. Work closely with the Regional Supervisor in program implementation. Conduct a pre-and post-test evaluation in program implementation. ***This position is .50 FTE and located in Crawford county*** Required: High School Diploma/GED Must pass ServeSafe certification exam based on provided training within first year of employment, or have previous ServeSafe certification. Must have valid driver's licenses Must be able to speak, write, read and thoroughly understand English language. Basic Reading, Math and Writing skills. Ability to travel to and from agencies, homes, and the Extension Office." Must be able to regularly lift and carry 10-20 pounds and occasionally up to 30-40 pounds. Must have the ability to walk up stairs as well as lift and carry boxes up and down stairs. Basic Computer skills required; must have basic familiarty with Microsoft Word, Excel and ability to navigate and operate internet based applications and websites. Knowledge of video recording and editing software. Must be skilled in Webex, Zoom, YouTube and Google Classroom. National Nutrition Certification and all Purdue University training such as Title IX Mandatory Reporter and CITI trainings are required. Additional Information: All new hires will be expected to follow Protect Purdue guidelines. To learn more, visit https://bit.ly/3DH3z6f To learn more about Purdue’s benefits summary https://bit.ly/3zA1Qxb Purdue will not sponsor employment authorization for this position A background check will be required for employment in this position FLSA: Non-Exempt (Eligible For Overtime) Retirement Eligibility: Non-exempt Defined Contribution Plan Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply
CFCC Internship at CFCC Internship
The Community Foundation of Crawford County has a paid internship position available through a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. It is available in and through the CFCC office in Marengo, IN. Please see information below. Position Title: CFCC Development Intern 2023 Employment Classification: Paid Internship, $15/hr., max. 40 hrs. per week for summer. Employed by: Community Foundation of Crawford County Reports to: CFCC Executive Director Works with: CFCC Director of Finance and Programs, CFCC Board and Volunteers Intern Responsibilities: Responsibilities will vary according to the CFCC’s scheduled programs, events and development initiatives and administrative needs. Become familiar and comfortable with the Community Foundation and its concept, vision and mission to serve as an advocate for the CFCC. Be able to explain our role in the community to others Suggest how the CFCC might aid donor and nonprofit alike in raising needed funds. 2. Assist with scheduling, accommodating and setting up for meetings and events scheduled through the CFCC, its community room, and its Nonprofit & Education Resource facilities 3. Oversee the digitization and organization of existing paper records. 4. Awareness/Fundraising: The goal of this activity is to raise awareness of, and assist the CFCC and its identified partners with fundraising efforts. Current partners include Marengo Big Springs Old Town Church (a historic building rich in history and culture) and Breeden Memorial Library. Others may be added as the internship continues. Work with current and future donors. Assist in the creation of marketing materials, on paper, on posters or utilizing online social media platforms. Create/record stories Take photos, video and audio testimony Assist in writing and proofing copy and scripts Record and track all donor information including biographical data for inclusion in the CFCC database as well as for the project databases (Excel-based) Assist Executive Director in executing strategic donor communications Assist with press releases and community communications Help facilitate opportunities for donors and charities to attend Foundation education events and/or programs Assist with donor stewardship mailings and contacts Work fundraising or friend raising events, with input on scheduling, as they are available. 5. Assist the nonprofit sector in general – offer assistances from our cadre of resources, become familiar and comfortable with CometoCrawford.com making referrals to it for nonprofits and businesses as well as encourage/assist with posting all community events to it. Inquire of involvement Inform and educate on this topic Invite and enroll organizations, businesses, churches and groups on this free county-wide resource. Assist however possible with posting community events of all kinds Refer to it as a resource whenever possible Minimum requirements and abilities: Must work collaboratively with the CFCC staff, board and volunteers. Must be able to work with a variety of different personality types, often serving as a liaison between the CFCC and the entities who represent specific projects. Full or part-time undergraduate/graduate student enrolled in two-year or four-year Indiana colleges and universities accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools are eligible for the internships. Student must have completed his/her freshman year of college prior to beginning the internship. Must excel at verbal and written communication skills and an ability to work independently. Enjoy meeting new people and carrying a conversation. Must be eager to meet and exceed objectives and take on more responsibility. Technology savvy – ability to use computer programs, online social media like Facebook and Instagram. Efficient with Microsoft Office products. Possess organizational skills. Comfortable conducting telephone and in-person interviews and meeting with individuals. Some journalism or photography skills preferred. This intern will work a minimum of 20 hrs. and up to 40 hrs. each week through the Community Foundation of Crawford County in Marengo, Indiana. Summer work is likely to be full time. No overtime. No benefits. Some remote work may be possible. To Apply: Email your resume and samples of your work (pictures, writing samples, etc.) via email to email@example.com with “Intern Opportunity” in the subject line. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Parks Manager at Parks Manager
The Crawford County Parks Board seeks a qualified individual for the position of Parks Manager. The Manager will oversee the Crawford County Fairgrounds and the Hilands Overlook Park. The Manager will report directly to the Parks Board. Salary and benefits are negotiable based on qualifications and experience. This will be a full time, salaried position. Job Duties The Parks Manager will oversee activities at both county parks, schedule events, inspect the park facilities before and after events, and will grant access to the park facilities to those having events. The manager will oversee maintenance activities at both parks. The manager will verbally report to the Parks Board at each meeting, and will submit a written report to the Parks Board on an annual basis. The manager will follow proper procedures in procuring goods and services for the parks and submit necessary information to the Auditor’s office for expenses incurred, and will maintain records. Light janitorial work will be required as needed. Other job duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities The applicant should have strong organizational skills and oral and written communications skills. Knowledge of basic computer activities, such as utilizing Microsoft Office and email. Punctuality is very important. Qualifications Postsecondary education is preferred but not required. Management experience, even outside of a parks setting, is highly preferred. Event planning and scheduling experience, and experience managing multiple properties is also preferred. Please send resumes to Parks Board President Jesse Belcher at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? Call 812-739-4479
CDL Truck Drivers at Crawford County Highway Department
Benefits include: *State Pension *All Federal Holidays paid time off *Health, Vision, & Dental Insurance *Generous PTO, Vacation & Compensation Time * Set Work Schedule Applications are available at the Crawford County Highway Department
Menke Trucking at Menke Trucking
Do you live along this route? Want to be home every weekend? Dedicated Lane! * $2500 Sign On Bonus * $80-90k/yr * Small Family Owned and Operated Company (60 trucks) * 2850-2950 miles a week * Earn up to $.06 in quarterly performance bonuses * Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance * 401k, Paid Vacation and Holidays, Annual Safety Bonus * Kenworth T680 Tractors or International LT Tractors * Trucks equipped with APU, Fridge, Heated Seats, Driver Comfort Package * Manual and Automatic Transmission * Consistent Lanes and Quality Customers * No DUI or Drug Violations * 2 years of Experience Required * Terminal located in Leavenworth, IN * Equal Opportunity Employer Join our FAMILY owned company where you will be known by name and treated like family! Call today 812-739-2129 or apply online at menketrucking.com
Full & Part Time Dispatchers at Crawford County Indiana Sheriffs Department
Make a Difference! *Join our amazing team of dispatchers and be your community's first, first responder! *Serve your community by becoming a vital link between our citizens and deputies, EMS, and First Responders of Crawford County, IN! Requirements *Minimum 18 Years of Age *High School Diploma or Equivalent *Work Nights, Weekends, and Holidays *Pass Background Check *Negative Drug Screen *Valid Indiana Drivers License Benefits (Full Time Only) *Paid Vacation, PTO, and Holiday Time *PERF Retirement *Paid Vision Insurance *Competitive Medical and Dental Insurance To apply visit the Sheriff Administration office or download the application with the link provided. Applications must be turned in to Sheriff's Administration Office.