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JACKSON COUNTY Deputy Auditor/Treasurer The Jackson County Auditor/Treasurer' Office is seeking applicants for a full-time (40 hrs/wk) Deputy Auditor/Treasurer. The primary responsibilities, under the direction of the County Auditor/Treasurer, are customer service, administrative duties, property tax, payroll, accounts payable, general accounting, election duties, vital statistics and other duties as directed. This position requires a combination of education and related experience beyond high school in accounting, finance, or business administration totaling four years. An associate degree in accounting, finance or business administration is preferred. Strong knowledge of Office programs including Microsoft Excel and Word; and good communication skills, both written and verbal are essential. Please note that all interested applicants will be required to take a basic job skills test to be considered for an interview. Salary range is $19.69-$25.59 per hour, depending on qualifications, and includes a competitive benefits package with health insurance & PERA pension. An application and a full job description can be obtained on the county website at www.co.jackson.mn.us, from the Jackson County Coordinator's Office, Courthouse, 405 Fourth Street, Jackson, MN 56143; or by calling 507-847-4182. Resumes will be accepted, and are encouraged, but must be accompanied by a completed application. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. Applications must be delivered or postmarked by 4:30 p.m., on Friday, March 5, 2021, to the Jackson County Coordinator's Office. In order to ensure the safety of citizens, employees and property, Jackson County has adopted a drug and alcohol testing policy which applies to all candidates being considered for employment with Jackson County (Ref. Policy 501). A Drug and Alcohol test must be completed within 24 hours of all contingent verbal offers of employment, unless alternate scheduling arrangements are approved by the County Coordinator. JACKSON COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER JACKSON COUNTY Deputy Auditor/Treasurer The Jackson County Auditor/Treasurer' Office is seeking applicants for a full-time (40 hrs/wk) Deputy Auditor/Treasurer. The primary responsibilities, under the direction of the County Auditor/Treasurer, are customer service, administrative duties, property tax, payroll, accounts payable, general accounting, election duties, vital statistics and other duties as directed. This position requires a combination of education and related experience beyond high school in accounting, finance, or business administration totaling four years. An associate degree in accounting, finance or business administration is preferred. Strong knowledge of Office programs including Microsoft Excel and Word; and good communication skills, both written and verbal are essential. Please note that all interested applicants will be required to take a basic job skills test to be considered for an interview. Salary range is $19.69-$25.59 per hour, depending on qualifications, and includes a competitive benefits package with health insurance & PERA pension. An application and a full job description can be obtained on the county website at www.co.jackson.mn.us, from the Jackson County Coordinator's Office, Courthouse, 405 Fourth Street, Jackson, MN 56143; or by calling 507-847-4182. Resumes will be accepted, and are encouraged, but must be accompanied by a completed application. Faxed or emailed applications will not be accepted. Applications must be delivered or postmarked by 4:30 p.m., on Friday, March 5, 2021, to the Jackson County Coordinator's Office. In order to ensure the safety of citizens, employees and property, Jackson County has adopted a drug and alcohol testing policy which applies to all candidates being considered for employment with Jackson County (Ref. Policy 501). A Drug and Alcohol test must be completed within 24 hours of all contingent verbal offers of employment, unless alternate scheduling arrangements are approved by the County Coordinator. JACKSON COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER