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Title Medical Records Asssistant IV - Health Department
Salary $26,113 - $31,334
Closing Date October 24, 2014
Location Beaufort County Health Department Washington, NC

Duties

The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the lead Medical Records staff person and is
responsible for securing, maintaining, and scanning medical records, processing medical record releases, and preparing records for clinic appointments. This position will also assist with answering incoming telephone calls and scheduling clinic appointments.

Title Lead Meter Reader 
Salary $27,582 - $33,098
Closing Date Open Until Filled
Location Beaufort County Washington, NC - Water Department

Duties

Works as a team leader to ensure that meters are read for the month. Work involves reading meters, loading and unloading handheld unts, retrieving information from computer software to retrieve edits to complete billing information, connecting and disconnecting services, installing and removing meters, checking high usage complaints, performing troubleshooting and other field customer service.

Title Income Maintenance Caseworker II - Social Services
Salary $26,113,622 - IMC I (less than 1 year experience)
$29,051 - IMC II (starting salary for fully qualified candidate)
Maintenance Caseworker I (less than 1 yr experience)
Closing Date 10/14/2014
Location Beaufort County DSS Washington, NC

Duties

The primary purpose of this position is to take and process applications, redetermine eligibility and process any other changes in the client’s situation for Food & Nutrition Services, Family/Children’s Medicaid, Adult Medicaid, Family Support Services and any other programs deemed necessary. The position will perform all other duties related to the described work as deemed appropriate and assigned by the Supervisor, Program Director or Social Services Director. All agency employees shall be called upon to manage emergency shelters during natural disasters.

Title Finance Officer/Chief Finance Officer - County Manager's Office
Salary $70,202 - $84,241
Closing Date Open Until Filled
Location Beaufort County Manager's Office Washington, NC

Duties

Performs highly responsible fiscal control work in directing the activities of the County
Finance Department as well as the cash collections and billing of the Water Utility.
Responsible for planning and administration of the systems and processes for receiving,
disbursing, and accounting of revenues and expenditures for the County. Work involves
supervision of purchasing, accounting, collections, billing, cash investments, payroll
operations, and insurance programs. Compiles daily and monthly reports to insure
accurate reporting. Manages the investment of County funds and is responsible for the
preparation of the annual budget with the assistance of the County Manager. Work is
performed in accordance with established County finance procedures, local ordinances
and NC General Statutes governing the responsibilities of local government fiscal
operations. Reports to the County Manager.

Title Deputy Sheriff/School Resource Officer - Sheriff's Office
Salary $33,460 - $40,152 DOQ
Plus $2,000 Associate or $4,000 Bacheors Degree
Educational Incentive and 401K Benefit
Closing Date Open until filled
Location Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Washington, NC

 Duties
Provide a wide range of services to the public as a sworn law enforcement officer to include protecting lives, property, and rights of people in Beaufort County.  Serve as a School Resource Officer at a local school to deter crime, enforce laws, provide a positive law enforcement role model and use proactive prevention by exposing the human qualities of law enforcement to our youth.

Title Clerk to the Board/Admin. Asst. to the County Manager
Salary $48,157 - $57,787
Closing Date November 1, 2014
Location Beaufort County Manager's Office Washington, NC

Duties

Position is responsible for preforming a wide variety of advanced administrative functions for the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners and County Manager. Serves as official Clerk to the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners. Work involves preparation of agendas for Board meetings, gathering information for agenda packets, notifying Commissioners, County staff and news medial of dates and times of Board meetings. Attends all Board meetings, work sessions and public hearings. Types agendas, minutes, resolutions, memorandums, advertisements for papers and proclamations. Records, indexes and publishes the official minutes of the Board, responsible for retention of official records to include meeting minutes, ordinance books and records of the County in accordance with statutes. Prepares legal advertisements, notarizes and attests documents. Maintains official records of County appointed Boards and committees (including letters of appointment and re-appointment. Provides information regarding Beaufort County Government and administration to employees, citizens, officials, media and staff. Maintains calendar for County Manager, Commissioners, Board room and special events calendar. Schedules and coordinates meetings. Makes travel arrangements for Commissioners and County Manager. Assists with special projects for Board and County Manager. Ensures access to County records as required by State public records law. Other duties as assigned by County Manager and Board of County Commissioners.

 
 
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