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Juvenile Probation Officer Juvenile Probation $32,240.00 - $36,275.20 The Juvenile Probation Officer is the first responder to meet the needs of the juveniles brought to the attention of the Courts. This includes interpreting and applying the Juvenile codes and other state and federal laws relating to juveniles and applying those laws with the goal of providing guidance, care, control of the juvenile and in the best interest of the state. This position requires flexibility in work hours including some nights and weekend hours. Requires a 4-year degree in psychology, criminal justice, education, or a related field. In addition, 2-3 year's of experience in the field is required. Must attend a 40-hour Juvenile Probation Officer certification course and complete the annual continuing education requirements. Candidates with training and/or certification in the areas of mental health, abuse, substance abuse, and other related topics will be stronger candidates. Billingual skills is considered an asset. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and exercise a strong ability to manage multiple demands and time.
SEND RESUMES TO:petie.cobb@bentoncountyar.gov
Social Worker/Counselor Juvenile Probation 39,436.80 - 44,366.40 The Social Worker directly interacts with all aspects of juveniles involved with the Benton County Juvenile Court. This includes acting as a liaison between the juveniles, their families, the Courts, and other agencies. In addition, this person will provide mental health assessments, including drug and alcohol abuse, for juveniles involved in the Juvenile Court System. The Social/Counselor will be called on to present testimony, in court, as related to the juveniles and/or their families. The Social Worker/Counselor will educate the staff of the Juvenile Probation Office on current trends, laws, and treatment protocols. Masters degree in Social Work from a clinically-focused program and credentials as a Licensed Certified Social Worker in the State of Arkansas are required. Two year's experience working with adolescents is preferred. Preference will also be given to those applicants with additional hours of training and/or certification in drug/alcohol counseling.
County Planner Planning $13.97--$15.71 County planner is the entry-level position in the planning department and assists in all planning maters, conducts research, maintains the Planning database and filing. Addresses planning questions, mapping and provides planning assistance to the public and provides office support. A bachelor's degree in urban planning, architecture, public policy, or related area of study. Will need a minimum of one year of experience working in a planning office or another related field. A master's degree in a related field can be substitute for the experience requirement.

SEND RESUMES TO:kevin.gambrill@bentoncountyar.gov
Deputy Circuit Clerk Circuit Clerk $13.31-$14.98 This position is responsible for assisting the Circuit Clerk with all Circuit Court records and maintaining accurate data for not only the local court, Administrative Office of the Courts, Bureau of Vital Records, Arkansas Crime Center, general public’s use and various other entities. It is a very time sensitive position with numerous deadlines. Education and/or Experience: High School diploma. Must have the knowledge to understand court terminology and be able to read and comprehend complex legal documents. Skills that would be beneficial to ensure the integrity of the courts records; excellent communication skills, accuracy in data entry, customer service, organizational, time management, problem solving and great in mathematics. It would be very helpful to have experience working with Microsoft Word and Excel. Send Resumes to: kerry.hensley@bentoncountyar.gov
Veteran Service Officer Veteran's Services $16.00--$18.00 Will help Veterans with employment assistance, benefits application, educational benefits, as well as office duties and other duties that may be assigned. Qualified candidates will be a discharged veteran or the spouse of a veteran of the United States armed forces. Additionally experience in Veteran Services to include but not limited to employment assistance, benefits application, and educational benefits. Highly qualified candidates will have two year of experience in the above mentioned skill sets. Preference will be given to veterans with service connected disability.

SEND APPLICATION AND/OR RESUMES TO: Renona Crowden 215 E. Central Ave. Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail Renona.Crowden@bentoncountyar.gov
Deputy Collector I Tax Collector's Office $12.42--$13.98 Will accept payments at tax windows as well as payments made by mail, balance cash drawer, answer phones and problem solving. Need High School Diploma or GED with 1 to 2 years cash handling experience, customer service, 10-key, research skills and knowledge of Microsoft and Excel.
SEND RESUMES TO: tommie.hardrick@bentoncountyar.gov. or mail to Tommie Hardrick 215 E. Central Ave. Bentonville 72712.
Part-time IT Support Specialist Information Technology $16.00 - $16.50 per hour The part-time PC Support Specialist will be responsible for managing all the multimedia solutions for evening meetings, held on-site and off-site meetings for the Quorum Court and other sponsored County departments. When not supporting these meetings, the part-time technician I will assist the department with trouble calls and projects. The person hired for this position will work an average of 18-19 hours per week. Successful candidates will hold a high school diploma or GED, A+ certification preferred, strong sense of urgency and customer service skills.

Send a completed application and resume to Eddie Mahar, Director of Information Technology, 215 E Central, Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to: eddie.mahar@bentoncountyar.gov
Assistant Road Superintendent Road Department $18.43--$20.74 Assists the Road Superintendent through the direct supervision of one or more work functions associated with highway construction and maintenance. Plans, lays out and directs operations on projects. Assists in the training of personnel and monitoring employee performance. Ensures safety practices are carried out. Assists in interviewing job applicants and makes personnel recommendations. Prepares various reports. High school education or G.E.D. and eight to ten years of responsible work experience in the management and operations of roads.
Case Manager Public Defender's Office $13.45--$15.13 The Case Manager is accountable for case docketing and case tracking in the office of the Public Defender. This includes the gathering of affidavits for new cases and preparation of new files and probation revocation files used in court by the defense attorneys. The Case Manager is also accountable for obtaining, docketing in computer and distributing hearing dates for all Circuit cases; preparing and distributing to defense attorneys copies of court dockets and any paperwork needed for upcoming arraignments and revocation hearings. Work involves considerable interaction with the public and various agencies, often under short deadlines. The Case Manager is responsible for notifying defense attorneys of changes in court hearing dates, making arrangements for interpreters, and notifying defendants in court and by mail of future hearing dates and changes in court dates. The Case Manager will be responsible for making requests in a timely manner to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and Circuit Clerk’s Office regarding files needed for copying and review. The Case Manager is responsible for keeping accurate statistics of Circuit/felony charges and reporting same to the Chief Public Defender and the State Public Defender’s Commission on a monthly basis. The Case Manager will also assist with correspondence to clients and communicating with the public by telephone (screening calls and forwarding messages) in a polite and efficient manner. High School Diploma or GED, 3 to 5 years office environment with emphasis on computer skills. Must be organized and mulititask well, understanding legal teminology a plus.
PLEASE SEND RESUMES TO: rebekah.thomas@bentoncountyar.gov or mail to her at 1204 SW 14th Street Bentonville, AR 72712.
Jail Deputies Sheriff's Office $15.50-$17.44 Jail Deputies are responsible for the daily operation of the Jail ensuring the safety of the facility for both inmates and staff. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA GED -- YOU MUST FILL OUT THE SHERIFF'S APPLICATION AND HAVE ALL PAPERWORK REQUIRED ATTACHED AT THE TIME IT IS SUBMITTED. YOU CAN PRINT THE APPLICATION OFF OUR WEB-PAGE www.bentoncountyar.gov YOUR APPLICATION MAY BE SUMBITTED BY MAIL OR IN PERSON AT THE BENTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1300 SW 14TH BENTONVILLE
Public Safety Dispatcher 1 Office of Emergency Communications $13.45--$15.13 Answers 9-1-1 emergency calls and dispatches to the appropriate emergency service. APPLICANTS MUST BE ABLE TO WORK NIGHTS, WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS ON ANY OF OUR THREE SHIFTS. IF FOR ANY REASON YOU CAN NOT MEET THESE REQUIRMENTS YOU NEED NOT APPLY. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY BUT PREFERRED. BILINGUAL APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. THE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION'S APPLICATION MAY BE FOUND ON THE BENTON COUNTY JOBS PAGE AT WWW.BENTONCOUNTYAR,GOV PLEASE ATTACH ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION. RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT THEIR APPLICATION. SEND TO: brianna.fields@bentoncountyar.gov
SEND TO: brianna.fields@bentoncountyar.gov
Environmental Enforcement Officer Environmental Department $15.50--$17.44 This position requires an in-depth knowledge of law enforcement as well as all Federal, State and local environmental regulations, laws and ordinances (or the expeditious ability to gain such knowledge) in order to protect the citizens and keep the County clean and green. Requires at minimum an associate’s degree from an accredited two-year college with degree in environmental related discipline or an equivalent combination of experience, training, and education. A bachelor’s degree is preferred. Must work extremely well with the public, have good customer service and mediation skills, be a good team-oriented employee, and be a good problem solver. Candidate must possess or obtain required licenses and certifications within six (6) months of appointment including police officer certification. Officers shall be on call 24 hours per day. Duties include physically demanding investigation of violations of illegally or unsafe disposal of solid waste and hazardous waste which may lead to possible prosecution. Must work with Prosecuting Attorney’s office and other state and local agencies. Please send completed County application, resume, and a cover letter to Teresa Sidwell, Environmental Manager or mail application to Benton County Environmental Services Division c/o Teresa Sidwell, 905 NW 8th Street, Bentonville, AR 72712. Job description emailed upon request. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Environmental Enforcement Officer position, under the direction of the Environmental Manager, is responsible for exercising an in-depth knowledge of law enforcement and all federal, state, and local environmental regulations, laws, and ordinances in order to protect the citizens of Benton County. Officer will be required to insure compliance with all environmental ordinances, collect evidence of noncompliance, and present such evidence to the prosecuting attorney.