P.O. Box 160
Louisa, VA 23093
HR @ louisa.org
Located on the top
floor of the County
Water Plant Operator
Reporting to the Chief Water Plant Operator 1, the Class 2 Water Plant Operator performs skilled technical work in the operation and control of water treatment processes and their associated facilities. In addition, the Water Plant Operator is responsible for providing the best quality potable water possible, meeting or exceeding all state and federal quality standards at all times. The Class 2 Water Plant Operator will also assist supervisory personnel and work closely with other Class 2 Operators, Class 3 and 4 Operators and Apprentice operators. The Class 2 Water Plant Operator is on 24-hour emergency call. S/he will schedule actual work hours based on the staffing needs of the water plant. Hours may vary from 4 to 40 hours per week.
Summer Law Clerk
The Office of the County Attorney seeks an individual who has completed one or two years of law school to serve in the position of Summer Law Clerk. This position will be primarily oriented toward assisting the County Attorney and the Assistant County Attorney in providing written and oral advice to elected leaders and County departments. Application period will close on March 28, 2014.
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.
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORMS
A Louisa County application for employment is required
for all county vacancies. The application includes the Application for
Employment Form, a record keeping form (not maintained with the
application) 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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