The County of Chester is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, offering a competitive, flexible benefits package for full-time employees, including health, long-term disability, dental, life insurance, and more.
This position utilizes knowledge of internal audit processes to perform annual audits of the Chester County Row Offices, District Courts, and other county agencies while ensuring compliance with government Yellow Book standards.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting; one to two years of internal audit and/or government audit experience; strong analytical and reasoning skills; and working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office programs.
Click here to read more about the Auditor II position with Chester County.
This position works closely with department managers to ensure capital project monies and projected timelines are properly reported; researches grant opportunities for the county; and performs cost analysis studies and comparisons as needed.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related discipline; six years of job-related experience; strong analytical, problem-solving, supervisory, and organizational skills; and working knowledge of budgets, spreadsheets, and interpreting audits.
Click here to read more about the Financial Coordinator position with Chester County.
Support Staff IV
This position provides intermediate-level clerical support and interpretation services for the Bureau of Personal Health Services; interprets and translates Spanish for maternal child health and communicable disease clinical programs; and enters data into the state vaccine registry.
The ideal candidate will possess a high school diploma; proficiency in English and Spanish; one to two years of general office experience; and skills with word processing, Outlook, and basic spreadsheets.
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This position responds to allegations by conducting general protective service assessments; engages families to develop plans; provides resources and referrals to community services; and ensures the provision of ongoing and placement prevention services.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in social work or a social science; a year of paid social services experience; excellent writing skills; and fluency in English and Spanish.
Click here to read more about the Caseworker II position with Chester County.