Under general supervision of the Public Works Director
Under general supervision, this position will encompass the majority of the employees in the Public Works Department. All employees will be required to work cross functional with respect to the water, wastewater, streets, and parks divisions and may be required to make operational decisions occasionally.
Pay Range: $43,622.81 annually, dependent upon experience New employees typically start at the low end of the pay range.
This is a part-time position located in the Box Elder City Hall; normal schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; working some evenings and weekends.
The Accountant reports to the City Administrator/Finance Director and serves as the primary accountant for the City. Researches and analyzes financial and accounting records to ensure compliance with GAAP and established controls by insuring the City engages in accurate reporting and maintain a balanced GL in compliance with South Dakota Laws governing financial accounting and reporting.
Job Title: City Attorney, Administration Department
Opening Date: 10/12/2017
Closing Date: Position open until filled.
Pay Range: $43.99 to $53.66 per hour, dependent upon experience. New employees typically start at the low end of the pay range.
This is a full-time position located in the Box Elder City Hall; normal schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; working some evenings and weekends.
The City Attorney serves as the chief legal advisor to the City, and is responsible for providing legal services to the City Council, the City Administrator, all departments, employees, and City boards and commissions. Responsibilities include planning, staffing, and supervising the legal service needs of the City, and preparing and administering the Department budget. The City Administrator assigns work in terms of department goals and objectives. The City Administrator reviews work through conferences, reports, and observation of department activities. The City Attorney represents the City in all legal proceedings; is responsible for the preparation and presentation of cases; renders legal opinions; prepares contracts, ordinances, resolutions, and leases; and assists in drafting proposed legislation for enactment by the state legislature on matters of interest to the City. The City Attorney defends the City in cases filed in county, state, and federal courts; manages the hiring and work of outside attorneys retained to provide legal services to the City; and represents the City in all cases filed in Pennington and Meade Circuit Court. Work is performed with independence in accordance with accepted practices. This class is responsible for performing related duties as required.
The Box Elder Police Department is seeking a motivated and hard-working individual with a law enforcement certification for the position of Police Officer. This position is responsible for the enforcement of federal, state, and local laws and the protection of life and property.
Box Elder Police Officers work 8 hour shifts, 5 days per week on a varying schedule that rotates every 2-4 months. Officers patrol the City, respond to calls for service, conduct investigations, enforce traffic laws, conduct code enforcement, arrest offenders, provide assistance to other emergency service providers and engage the community and its members in a positive, professional manner.
The testing portion of this process will take place in early-May.