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  • Montezuma County is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).
Montezuma County Road and Bridge: Equipment Mechanic/Repair Technician II

Montezuma County Road and Bridge Department has an opening for a Full-time Equipment Mechanic/Repair Technician II.  Applications may be picked up and dropped off at Montezuma County Administration, 109 West Main, Room 260, Cortez, Colorado, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  Applicants must possess and maintain a commercial driver’s license (Class A) and pass a thorough background check.  Qualifications to include the experience to maintain and repair light and heavy construction equipment and to assist with all other road department activities as directed.

job description

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.  Montezuma County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Montezuma County Social Services: Income Maintenance Technician

Montezuma County Department of Social Services is accepting applications for a full-time Income Maintenance Technician.

DUTIES:  All aspects of social services caseload:  interviewing, determining eligibility, computer entry, and case maintenance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from High School or GED equivalent.  Two years of full-time responsible office clerical or extensive public contact experience.  SALARY:  $2512.00/month plus Benefits.

The application may be obtained from the Montezuma County Department of Social Services, 109 West Main, Room 170, Cortez, Colorado between the hours of 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., or click here Please return completed applications to Montezuma County Social Services, 109 W Main, Room 170, Cortez, CO  81321.  Deadline for applications is 4:00 p.m., Friday, May 24, 2019.  Questions: 970-564-4138.  EOE

Montezuma County Treasurer’s: Deputy Treasurer

The Montezuma County Treasurer’s Office is seeking a Deputy Treasurer. This position will involve processing payments, data entry, cashiering, bookkeeping and knowledge of Microsoft Word & Excel. Applicant must possess good phone etiquette, people skills and show attention to detail. High school diploma or GED required and at least 2 years experience working with general bookkeeping, office duties, and customer service. Please return the application with a resume and cover letter to the Treasurer’s Office.

Applications can be downloaded here or picked up in the Treasurer’s office at 140 W. Main, Suite 2, Cortez, CO. Montezuma County is an EOE.

Montezuma County Extension Office: Fair Intern

An equal opportunity employer, Montezuma County Extension Office will accept applications for a part-time temporary Fair Intern for June through August.  Applications may be picked up and dropped off at Montezuma County Administration, 109 West Main, Room 260, Cortez, Colorado, during regular business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Salary is $11.10 per hour.  Applicants must pass a thorough background check. Please submit a resume and application.

Job Description

Applications are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019.

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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