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Systems Analyst Information Technology $38,334.40--$43,139.20 This position will assist with the daily operations of managing server systems which will include performing maintenance on desktop computers and performance tuning. This includes administration of Cisco VOIP phone systems which will include new users, phones and voicemail accounts. Manage network applications including but not limited to Sharepoint, anti-virus and specialized IT applications. Provide enterprise level support for application reporting and development. Need to have great communication skills in order to help recommend proper software applications, configure new hardware and to schedule repairs as needed. Also provide end user support for all LAN-based applications. Install and configure workstations in a network environment and have knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures implemented by the IT department. Must have a working knowledge of network based computer systems to include Microsoft Certified Systems Engineering Certification or CompTIA's A+ and Network+ or have 4 years' experience in a Microsoft networking environment. A college degree in computer science or related field or equivalent preferred.

Send a completed application and resume to Eddie Mahar, Director of Information Technology, 215 E Central, Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to: itemployment@bentoncountyar.gov
Benton County Board of Appeals Planning and Development $100 per meeting plus mileage The Board of Appeals is hereby established to provide citizens the opportunity to appeal any administrative or Planning Board division on matters pertaining to Benton County Planning and Development Regulations and shall consist of seven (7) members and three (3) alternate members who shall be residents of Benton County, appointed by the County Judge, and confirmed by the Quorum Court for a term of two years
Send resumes to: Planning Director at email: kevin.gambrill@bentoncountyar.gov, phone 479-464-6166 and/or mail
Benton County Development Department
Planning Division
Attn: Planning Director
905 NW 8th Street
Bentonville, AR
72712
Benton County is currently seeking candidates to serve on its duly established Board of Appeals, the Board shall include members with the following background and experience:
i. One Quorum Court Member
ii. One attorney
iii. One professional engineer licensed in Arkansas
iv. One professional architect or landscape architect
v. One city, county or regional planner
vi. One realtor or developer
vii. One master builder or a person with ten or more years of experience in construction or supervision of construction of buildings.
Candidates must be a resident of Benton County, appointed by the County Judge, and confirmed by the Quorum Court for a term of two years
Building Janitor/Maintenance Building Maintenance $11.22 - $12.63 The Building Janitor/Maintenance responsibilities include: daily cleaning of all county buildins including sweeping, mopping floors, vacuuming carpets, emptying trash, cleaning bathrooms, emptying recycling bins, and routine maintenance such as changing light bulbs, HVAC filters, etc. Please send completed applications to Sharon.McDaniel@bentoncountyar.gov or mail to Sharon McDaniels, Janitor/Maintenance Supervisor, 215 E Central, Bentonville, AR 72712. High School diploma or GED, one-year experience in janitorial work and light maintenance duties. Must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record. Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds on a regular basis and occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
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.
Send Resumes to: drew.shover@bentoncountyar.gov
Director of Veteran Services Veteran Services $39,444 – $44,375 This position requires a highly motivated, service-oriented person who is a quick learner and has the ability to deal effectively with large government agencies. The incumbent assists veterans, their dependents, and survivors in applying and qualifying for benefits. The director oversees the department staff and budget. In addition, the director builds strong working relationship with the various veteran’s organizations and the veteran’s community at-large. Must be an honorably discharged veteran, spouse or widow of such veteran and meet State standards established for Veteran Service Officers. A bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, or social sciences. Knowledge of the Veterans Administration regulations and a minimum of five years’ work experience in the public sector is required. Within one year of appointment must successfully pass the written proficiency examination given by the Arkansas Department of Veteran Affairs and attend the semi-annual mandatory ADVA training sessions.
SEND RESUMES TO: barbara.ludwig@bentoncountyar.gov
Court Security Officers Circuit Courts $15.51-- $17.44. The Court Security Officers ensures the security for the circuit judge, officers of the court, the general public, and prisoners. He/she is responsible for supervising and maintaining order/security in the courtroom, administering oaths, and other incidental and related duties at the direction of the judge. Announce the opening of court, call witnesses for testimony, call cases and litigants for hearing and announce the close of court. Protect the courtroom from violence, interruption and maintain general order in the Court. High school diploma or general education degree (GED); college hours in criminal justice or law enforcement is preferred; certified law enforcement officer or qualifications of a deputy sheriff and be commissioned by the Benton County Sheriff. Additional training in the areas of negotiations, controlled use of force, and threat identification and awareness is helpful. Must complete and maintain all training required by the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training

SEND APPLICATIONS TO: dianne.shankle@bentoncountyar.gov
Financial Administrator Circuit Clerk’s Office $59,000.00--$67,000.00 This position would be the internal accountant for the Circuit Clerk’s Office. Responsible for revenue collected and preparing daily/weekly/monthly itemized disbursements according to statutes of Arkansas State Law. Would monitor daily financial transactions performed by staff. Monitor and record all daily ACH transactions. Monitor collateralization of all bank accounts and increase or decrease pledges as necessary for security of funds. Responsible for overseeing all Trust Accounts of the Courts. Work closely with department of certain transactions. Responsible for monthly bank reconciliations of all accounts and reports as governed by law. The accounting method conforms to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), set forth by the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and must be conducted within the statutes of Arkansas state law. This position and the office they directly represent are audited annually by Legislative Audit. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance or related field required. Certified Public Accounting preferred, but will accept a minimum of 5 yrs. experience in an accounting file, with working knowledge of double entry accounting. Must be knowledgeable of laws governing public funds and be willing to attend on-going training. Must be efficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Must be proficient on a printing calculator. Interpersonal skills and professionalism are vitally important as this position works with many County Elected Officials, State Agencies, Financial Institutes, and Victims of Crime, Circuit Court Judges/Staff as well as the general public. Must be highly detail oriented and analytically thinking, while at the same time personable with those whom you assist with no financial background. Deadlines of this position are demanding and must be maintained at the highest level. Must be able to multitask, have the ability to self-start daily and make independent decisions. Must communicate regularly with the Circuit Clerk to keep her updated on the accountability of the office and be willing to offer suggestions for future implementations and improvements to better serve the citizens of the county.
Send resumes to: Kerry. Hensley 102 N.E. "A" Bentonville, AR 72712 or e-mail to: Kerry.hensley@bentoncountyar.gov
Deputy Collector I Collector's Office $12.42--$13.98 Accept tax payments at tax window, accept payments made by mail, balance cash drawer, answer telephones, problem solving 1 to 2 years cash handling experience, high school diploma or GED, customer service and research skills, knowledge of Microsoft and Excel, 10-key knowledge.

SEND RESUMES TO: tommie.hardrick@bentoncountyar.gov
Staff Assistant Building Maintenance and Janitorial Services $12.94--$14.55 Reports to the Administrator of General Services. Provides secretarial support and is responsible for maintaining office records, typing, filing, purchase orders, clerical/office management functions, and other office support. This position requires a high school diploma or GED. In addition, previous experience with working independently in an office setting is required. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office software. Any additional computer knowledge is beneficial.

SEND RESUMES TO: john.sudduth@bentoncountyar.gov
Juvenile Detention Worker Male and Female Juvenile Detention Center $13.45--$15.13 The incumbent is responsible for the welfare of juveniles while in custody of Benton County. This opening is for evenings and/or overnight shifts. High School Diploma or GED and would prefer that candidates have some juvenile experience; candidates must complete all training as required by the State. This would be an overnight-weekends shift position. Any interested applicants must come to the juvenile detention center to pick up one of our required Department of Public Safety applications and submit their resume as well at that time. SEND APPLICATIONS AND RESUMES TO: holly.foster@bentoncountyar.gov
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
Accounting Manager Accounting Department $50,537-$56,854 The primary area of responsibility is preparing journal entries in compliance with county policies & state statutes, assist in reconciliations, financial audits & financial reports, budget preparation and special projects. Prepare reports for Finance Committee meetings, analyze data and implement accounting procedures. Supervise Fixed Assets & Payroll. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field; 3 years’ experience in supervisory role; excellent knowledge of accounting principles; Excellent communication, problem solving & analytical skills. Ability to work under stress with accuracy & speed.

SEND RESUMES TO:brenda.guenther@bentoncountyar.gov.