To apply for these positions, please contact Dawson County Human Resources or visit Glendive Job Service https://montanaworks.gov/job-service-montanaor complete a Dawson County application for employment. Return your application to Dawson County Human Resources, at 207 W. Bell Street, Glendive, MT 59330..
Current Job Openings:
- School Nurse (RN) - closes 6-6-19
- Director/Curator - Frontier Gateway Museum - closes 5-31-19
- Senior Center Kitchen Helper - open until filled
- Control Room Operators - DCCF - open until filled
- Laborer II - Dawson County Cemeteries - open until filled
- Seasonal General Laborers (10-12 positions)
- Corrections Officers- DCCF - open until filled
BENEFITS: Dawson County offers a rich benefit package which includes: paid employee health insurance premium, PERS Retirement, SRS Retirement (Sheriff Retirement System - 20 year retirement), vacation and sick leave accrual on first day of employment, life insurance and optional tax deferred plans which include: Flex Plan, HSA, AFLAC and Colonial Insurance Plans, Nationwide Retirement 457B Plan (which also includes a Roth option). Optional dental and vision plans are also offered. Part-time positions - benefits are pro-rated.
HOW TO APPLY: To apply, please contact Dawson County Human Resources at 345-4118 or the Glendive Job Service https://montanaworks.gov/job-service-montana to complete a Dawson County application and complete any required testing (if applicable). Completed applications should be submitted to Dawson County HR or the Glendive Job Service.
For a complete position description, please make your request to Dawson County Human Resources.
Dawson County provides equal opportunity for employment, retention and advancement to all people regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, religious or political affiliation, sex, age, marital status, mental or physical disabilities. The information contained on employment applications is sought in good faith. It will not be used in any way to discriminate against any applicant for employment in violation of state or federal law.