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Huntington County provides a competitive benefit package to all full time employees after the successful completion of 45 days of employment including: Medical, Dental, Vision, Flexible Spending Account, Dependent Care Account, PERF retirement, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life Insurance and a Generous Paid Time Off Program. Click here for more employee benefit details.



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HR Director, 201 N. Jefferson St., Huntington, IN 46750

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Huntington County Community Corrections Department has an opening for a full time Office Manager

Responsibilities include answering phone and greeting visitors/participants, supporting the Community Corrections Department, monitoring and processing case data/intake and participant compliance, helping administer grant requirements, monitor inventory, process payments, and completing required reporting and other duties as assigned.

Successful candidates must have HS Diploma/GED, excellent communication, organization and computer skills. Must be able to work on a variety of tasks, understand rules of confidentiality and public information, and be able to work with deadlines. Must be comfortable working with the public, individuals in the court system and individuals sentenced to Community Corrections.

Position will work 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Pay is up to $20.06 per hour DOQ/E. Complete Application and submit Resume to HR Department at 201 N Jefferson, Room 103A - Huntington IN. EOE.

Huntington County Highway Department is accepting applications for an Equipment Operator III/Foreman

This position is responsible for performing road repair and maintenance, and overseeing operations crews.

Candidates must have a valid CDL class B driver’s license. In addition, successful candidates must have working knowledge of and skill in operation of using a variety of trucks and equipment, with the ability to affix and properly use all attachments. Candidates must be available to service a 24-hour on call status, and respond to emergencies in a timely fashion. Successful candidates must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. Pay range is up to $27.13 per hour depending on experience and qualifications. 

Work hours are 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday - Friday. Candidate must be open to working extended hours, evenings, and weekends in response to emergencies from off-duty status as needed. 

Submit completed application to the Human Resources, 201 N Jefferson St, Room 103A, Huntington IN 46750.  EOE

The Huntington County Highway Department is accepting applications for an Equipment Operator II

 This position is responsible for operating various vehicles and equipment in clearing and maintaining County roads, ditches, and right-of-ways, including dump truck, bucket truck, asphalt paver, front-end loader, excavator, crane, backhoe, snow plow, stone chipper, compaction roller, skid loader, grader and jack hammer.

 Candidates must have a valid CDL driver’s license.  In addition, a successful candidate must also have working knowledge of and skill in operation of using a variety of trucks and equipment, with ability to affix and properly use all attachments.    Candidate must be available to serve on 24-hour call and respond to emergencies from off-duty status.  Must be 18 years old, and have a HS Diploma/GED. 

 Hourly rate is $24.50 hr depending on experience. 

Work hours are 7:00 am - 3:00 pm, Monday - Friday. Candidate must be open to working extended hours, evenings, and weekends in response to emergencies from off-duty status as needed. 

Submit completed application to the Human Resources, 201 N Jefferson St, Room 103A, Huntington IN 46750.  EOE

 Huntington County Clerk’s Office has an opening for a Part-Time Office Clerk in the Microfilm Department

 Responsibilities include microfilming and scanning documents, proper maintenance of equipment, reviewing scanned images, working with retention schedules regarding disposal of documents and other duties as assigned. 

Successful candidates must have excellent organization and computer skills.  Must be able to work for long periods of time in front of a computer.  Must understand rules of confidentiality and public information. 

Courthouse is open from 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Position will work up to 22.5 hours per week.  HS Diploma/GED Required.  Pay range is up to $15.57 per hour. 

Apply to County Clerk Shelley Septer- 201 N Jefferson, Room 201 - Huntington IN 46750. 

The Huntington County Sheriff’s Office is Currently Recruiting for Additional Full Time and Part Time Jail Staff to Work a Variety of Shifts. 

  • Full and Part Time Jail Officers max pay $22.57

There is a five (5) day jail school training that is required and provided, along with a specific number of hours of training on-the-job.

These positions are responsible for maintaining control and ensuring safety of facility staff and inmates. These positions are also responsible for maintaining the security of the facility, handling booking and bonding procedures, and handing facility rule/regulation compliance. In addition to the previous outlined duties, transport officers are also responsible for the secure and safe transportation, guarding, and escorting of inmates from specified sites to designated locations. 

Candidates will be trained in First Aid/CPR, AED and Defensive Tactics.  In addition, a successful candidate must also possess excellent communication and computer skills, along with the ability to work with minimal supervision. Successful candidates must be open to work evenings, weekends and nights.  Must be 18 years old, and have a HS Diploma/GED. 

Full job descriptions are available at the Sheriff’s Office or the HR Department upon request. 

To Apply – fill out application at 332 E. State St., Huntington IN 46750

EOE 


Huntington County Community Corrections Department has Openings for Full Time and Part Time Living Unit Coordinators for the Restorative Residential Work Release/Community Corrections department.

This position is responsible for the daily supervision of participants of the work release program utilizing prescribed policies and procedures, ensures a secure, safe and humane environment for individuals serving executed sentences through the use of evidence based practices.

A successful candidate will have successfully completed a High School Diploma or GED and 3 years of experience in the area of criminal justice, social work, or counseling.

Excellent oral and written communication skills and ability to empower program participants to make life-changing decisions by providing appropriate and specific evaluation, analysis and problem-solving techniques.

A successful candidate must have the ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of department information and records according to state requirements, as well as work with a diverse group of people.

Pay is up to $19.81 per hour, DOQ/E. Individual must be flexible to work hours outside of business hours and possibly weekends.