P.O. Box 160
Louisa, VA 23093
Located on the top
floor of the County
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.
The Louisa County Department of Fire and EMS will be conducting a recruitment and selection process to establish an applicant pool Firefighter/Medic for current and future Full time Firefighter/Medic opportunities. In order to be considered candidates must submit completed applications to the County of Louisa Human Resources Department no later than Friday, March 27, 2015, complete a written exam, physical ability testing and a formal interview. Minimum requirements include:
Salary will depend on experience, education and training, with a minimum salary of $39,972.00. Online applications can be accessed through the link below.
- VDFP. Firefighter 1 and 2
- VDFP Haz-Mat operations
- VOEMS EMT-Intermediate (or higher)
- EVOC III
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.
Patrol Division (Full-time)
Requirements: L.E. Certified applicants preferred, but entry level will be considered, H/S diploma/GED, 21 yrs old, pass background check/drug screen, and valid Va. operator's license, good driving record. DUTIES: 12 hour shifts, available for callouts; patrol; responding to calls ; traffic enforcement; crime prevention/enforcement; other law enforcement duties as required.
Applications available online http://www.louisacounty.com/LCadmin/employment.htm and at Louisa County Sheriff's Office, Louisa County Office Building, Louisa VA, and will be accepted until 4pm 1/22/2015. Competitive salary + benefits. EOE
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORMS
A Louisa County application for employment is required
for all county vacancies. The application includes the Application for
Employment Form and an Authorization for Criminal History Background
Investigation form (not maintained with the application unless
applicant is being considered for the position).
Resumes may be attached but may not be substituted for
an application. In order to be considered for a position, applications
must be received by the deadline date. Faxed or e-mailed applications
are acceptable in order to meet the deadline. However, faxed or e-mailed
applications must be followed immediately by a signed application form.
Please note the exact title for the position(s) when completing your application.
Application forms are available to download or you may contact us by e-mail at HR@louisa.org or call 540 967-0401 with your postal address and we will mail one to
Completed applications should be
mailed or delivered to:
1 Woolfolk Avenue,
PO Box 160
Louisa, Virginia 23093
A different Application
is required for any positions open
in the Sheriff's Department.
P.O. Box 504
Louisa, VA 23093
Unless otherwise specified, jobs will remain open until filled. EOE
When it is complete, just attach it to an email and send it to HR @ louisa.org, or fax to (540) 967-3411 and be sure to follow up with a hard copy with original signature either by dropping it off at 1 Woolfolk Avenue in Louisa or mail to the address above.
There are three ways to apply using our downloadable form.
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