VISTA Careers — County of Chester

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The County of Chester is an Equal Opportunity Employer that complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and offers full-time employees competitive and flexible benefits packages that include health, long-term disability, dental, and life insurance, and more.

Enforcement Officer

This position’s duties involve maintaining compliance of all enforcement action with state and federal regulations, ensuring that payments are received and all provisions are followed, and addressing questions and concerns regarding child and spousal support cases. Additional responsibilities include performing case management duties and assisting at special hearings.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or related field with at least 6 months of experience, knowledge of Pennsylvania rules of civil procedure, and the ability to interface effectively with county management. Candidates should preferably have experience in case management or interaction with the public and the ability to handle and resolve recurring problems.

Learn more about the Enforcement Officer position at the County of Chester.

Deputy Sheriff

This position’s responsibilities include protecting the judge and courtroom personnel during criminal trials, maintaining custody of prisoners, processing background checks for firearm permits, and transporting prisoners to and from the courthouse. Other duties include assisting law enforcement agencies, and completing detailed reports.

The ideal candidate will have a high school diploma, Police Academy training certification, maintain firearms, CPR, and EMS qualifications, and will be able to pass pre-employment drug, polygraph, and physical fitness testing.

Learn more about the Deputy Sheriff position at the County of Chester.

Professional Engineer

This position’s responsibilities include participating in regional and statewide conservation programs and trainings, providing quality technical support and leadership, and having a familiarity with traditional and emerging engineering practices. Other duties include preparing monthly and quarterly reports to District Director and promoting storm water management and green infrastructures.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Civil and/or Environmental Engineering with at least five years of experience in natural resource conservation or similar fields. Candidates should be experienced with AutoCAD, be able to mentor and train co-workers, and be in attendance of professional development classes.

Learn more about the Professional Engineer position at the County of Chester.

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