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  • Montezuma County is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
MONTEZUMA COUNTY Fairgrounds :Fairgrounds Manager

Montezuma County an equal employment employer, is seeking to fill the position of Fairgrounds Manager.  For more information and a complete job description go to Job Application. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.  Montezuma County is a drug-free workplace.  Salary is DOQ/DOE.

Job Description

Applicants must submit a job application, cover letter, and a resume.  Submit all to the following address and position will be open until filled:

Montezuma County

109 West Main, Room 264

Attn: Fairgrounds Manager Position

Cortez, CO  81321

MONTEZUMA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT : Public Health Nurse

MONTEZUMA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
106 West North Street
Cortez, CO 81321
970-565-3056

Public Health Nurse
Strong families start with a great nurse! Montezuma County Public Health Department has a part-time 20-hour position for a Registered Nurse/BSN required in the Nurse-Family Partnership program, may become full time with benefits in the future. This program delivers education and support to first-time parents using an evidence-based model. Must be willing to travel for program training. Experience in public health and/or maternal-child health preferred, bilingual a plus. Join the Montelores NFP team and transform the lives of families. Application, resume and cover letter must be dropped off or mailed to 106 West North St. Cortez, CO 81321. Position opened until filled with qualified applicant. Applications available online at www.montezumacounty.org.

Montezuma County is an EOE.

Montezuma County Department of Social Services : Child Welfare Caseworker

Works to preserve and/or rehabilitate families while protecting children’s physical, emotional, and mental well-being through child protection, adolescent services, placements, and/or permanency plans. Coordinates services and is responsible for primary-decision making of child protection practices including, but not limited to safety, permanency, and well-being. Download the complete Job Description.

Montezuma County: Health Department

Montezuma County Public Health Department is accepting applications for a full-time position as the Coordinator for the Essentials for Childhood (EFC) and the Colorado National Collaborative (CNC) Suicide Prevention programs.

This is a grant-funded position expected to be funded for 4.5 years. Duties will include a role of leadership to guide these grants, planning, organizing, coalition building and implementing strategies in the community. Applicants must enjoy working with individuals, organizations and have a passion for food security as well as suicide prevention. Skills needed include grant writing and management, budget management, good computer skills with data collection, coalition building, public speaking, and a willingness to travel for trainings when needed.  Bachelor’s degree preferred or related experience will be considered.

Applications are available at Montezuma County Public Health Department located at 106 West North Street, Cortez, CO or on the Montezuma County website at co.montezuma.co.us.  Please submit a cover letter, resume and application to Montezuma County Public Health Department. Applications accepted until the position is filled with a qualified candidate.

Montezuma County: Emergency Manager

Montezuma County an equal employment employer, is seeking a highly motivated person for the position of Emergency Manager. This position will be 20 to 29 hours a week depending on experience & community development needs. Montezuma County is a drug-free workplace. Salary is DOQ/DOE. Faxed and emailed applications are not accepted.

Applicants must submit a job application, cover letter, and a resume. The job application is available online at www.montezumacounty.org. Submit cover letter, job application, and resume to the following address. The job will be open until filled.

Download the complete Job Description

Montezuma County
Attn: Emergency Manager Position
109 West Main, Room 260
Cortez, CO 81321

Montezuma County: Health Department

Montezuma County Public Health Department is accepting applications for a full time, 40 hour per week RN with BSN required.

Primary responsibilities will include the role of Immunization coordinator, Communicable Disease point of contact as well as other public health nursing duties. Applicants must enjoy working in pediatrics, have some leadership experience, good organizational skills, good computer skills and experience managing budgets. This position includes public health education and administration of immunizations, communicable disease education, and prevention as well as a role in emergency preparedness.

Applications are available at Montezuma County Public Health Department located at 106 West North Street, Cortez, CO or on the Montezuma County website.  Please return cover letter, resume and application to Montezuma County Public Health Department. Applications accepted until the position is filled with a qualified candidate.

Montezuma County: Noxious Weed Department

Montezuma County Noxious Weed Department is looking for two new members to serve on the noxious weed advisory board. In accordance with the Colorado Noxious Weed Act, Title 35 Article 5.5, Montezuma County must have a local advisory board. Duties of the board include:

  • Develop a recommended management plan for the integrated management of designated noxious weeds and recommended management criteria for noxious weeds within the area governed by the local government or governments appointing the local advisory board. The management plan shall be reviewed at regular intervals but not less often than once every three years by the local advisory board. The management plan and any amendments made thereto shall be transmitted to the local governing body for approval, modification, or rejection.
  • Declare noxious weeds and any state noxious weeds designated by rule to be subject to integrated management.
  • Recommend to the local governing body that identified landowners be required to submit an individual integrated management plan to manage noxious weeds on their property.
  • The local governing body shall have the sole and final authority to approve, modify, or reject the management plan, management criteria, management practice, and any other decision or recommendation of the local advisory board.
  • The state weed coordinator shall review any recommendations of a local advisory board appointed pursuant to article 5 of this title and note any inconsistencies between the recommendations of the state weed coordinator or the commissioner and any such local advisory board.

The Montezuma County Noxious Weed Board meets about 4 to 5 times a year. If you are interested in becoming a board member please send a letter of interest, and why you think you would be a good fit for our board, to Bonnie Loving at 103 North Chestnut, Cortez CO 81321, or to bloving@co.montezuma.co.us.

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