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General Description of Position

The purpose of the position is to control animal populations and protect the public.  The position is responsible for enforcing laws, sheltering animals, disposing of animals, and maintaining the animal shelter.  The position works according to some procedures, but decides how and when to do things under general supervision.

Minimum Training and Experience

Requires high school, GED or specialized training.  Requires over three months and up to and including six months of experience in relation to the job description.Work Hours/BenefitsThis is a regular full time position.  Days and hours vary.  All county benefits such as health, dental, drug card, life, retirement, 401(k), vacation and sick leave.

Salary

The pay grade assigned to this position is 59 with a beginning salary of $23,392 - $35,089 depending upon background & experience.

Deadline for Applications

Interested applicants should submit a county employment application and resume to the North Carolina Employment Security Commission, 1170 North Main Street, Waynesville, NC. Open until Filled.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Susan Layton
Haywood County Human Resources Director
215 North Main Street
Waynesville, NC 28786
Telephone: (828) 452-6764
Internal Extension: 2620
FAX: (828) 452-6636

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