The Louisa County Attorney is the Chief Legal Officer and Counsel to the County of Louisa. The Attorney reports directly to and is responsible to the Louisa County Board of Supervisors. Open until filled.
Assistant County Attorney
The Assistant County Attorney will perform complex professional work under the direction of the County Attorney. This work will include the management and trial of complex litigation, review and preparation of a wide variety of legal documents including ordinances, legal opinions and contracts. Open until filled.
Benefits Programs Specialist I
Reporting directly to the Benefit Programs Unit Manager, the Benefit Programs Specialist represents an entry level position responsible for the determination and re-determination of eligibility of individuals and families for financial assistance, food stamps, medical assistance, and for other social services' benefit programs. The work is performed within established policies, procedures and guidelines, but certain aspects of eligibility determination require independent judgment, especially as related to evaluation of social factors influencing eligibility. In addition, LDHS employees are required to staff Emergency Shelter Operations as needed. The starting salary is $28,179 and will remain open until filled.
Family Services Specialist I
Under the direction of the Services Supervisor, the Family Services Specialist I specializes in program areas and assumes more complex duties such as: interviewing/investigating in cases involving suspected child abuse/neglect, foster care, adult abuse/neglect, out-of-home investigations, emergency protective orders and testifying in legal proceedings. Employees have contact with others and influence outcomes by participating on task forces, strategic planning, mentoring, teaching and conducting outreach. Programs areas generally include Child Protective Services, Foster Care and Adult/Adult Protective Services. The Family Services Specialist I may report to the Director or Services Supervisor. In addition, LDHS employees are required to staff Emergency Shelter Operations as needed. Open until filled, and the starting salary is $35,575
Administrative Assistant - Community Development
Under general supervision of the Senior Administrative Assistant, the Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support to the Director, Zoning Administrator, Building Official, Senior Planner, Code Enforcement Officers and GIS Coordinator in the Department of Community Development.
Commissioner of the Revenue - Deputy Admin Assistant
Assists the Commissioner in the administration of the revenue program in the assessment and taxation of all real estate and personal property, and any revenue generating programs imposed by state code and/or local ordinances. Employee is responsible for answering the telephone, responding to customer inquiries or referring inquiries to the appropriate personnel or department. This would include daily customer service and interpersonal communications with the public and other staff members or departments. Work is performed under regular supervision and employee reports to the Commissioner of the Revenue. Position will remain open until filled.
Refuse and Recycling Attendant
The County of Louisa, General Services Department, currently has immediate part-time employment opportunities for Refuse & Recycling Attendants. Under the direction of the Refuse and Recycling Coordinator and the General Services Director, the job of Refuse & Recycling Attendant was established for the purpose of serving the public by performing the day-to-day operations and maintenance of the Refuse and Recycling Collection Centers as well as the Landfill Scale House.
For complete details, please visit our website at www.louisacounty.com, call us at 540-967-3403/3456, or stop by the General Services Offices, located at 105 Woolfolk Avenue, Louisa, Virginia, 23093.
The positions will remain open until filled.
Animal Shelter Attendant - Part Time
The Animal Shelter Attendant works under general supervision to perform animal control, animal care, maintenance of spaces, record keeping, customer service and related duties at the County Animal Shelter. The work involves taking concerns, dispatching Animal Control Officers, cleaning and maintaining kennel areas, and performing other related Shelter duties. Workers carry out daily assignments, follow through on matters, and use independent judgment and training to take appropriate actions to deal with standard recurring situations and compliance with State regulations.
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