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Magisterial District Judge Clerk  60-3-02

Magisterial District Judge Schmalzle is accepting applications for the position of Clerk I. Applicants must possess a High School Diploma. Must be able to develop knowledge of all functions, programs, organization and operations of the Magisterial District Judge computer system related to criminal, traffic and non-traffic case entry and maintenance. Must have knowledge of English usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation as used in the magisterial district court offices. Must have the ability to quickly organize workload, establish priorities and complete clerical processing requirements. Must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with judges, law enforcement personnel, constables, bail bondsmen, defendants, attorneys, and representatives of other offices. Must have the ability to operate typewriting, copying, computing and other office equipment, if required by work assignment. Must have the access to automobile, valid driver’s license and ability to drive to selected court offices to deliver paperwork. Please send or deliver applications to Randy Schmalzle, MDJ, 106 Shook Road, Suite 100, Hawley, PA 18428.

   
Area Agency on Aging - Administrative Assistant I Download the job description for this Civil Service Position.
   
Assistant Director of Human Services

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Reports to the Executive Director of Human Services.
  • Overall day to day operations and assistance of the Following Programs:
    • - State Food Purchase Program
    • - TEFAP Program
    • - Homeless Assistance Program
    • - Human Services Development Fund 
    • - ACT 137 Funding
    • - Community Development Block Grants
    • - HOME Program
    • - PHARE Grants
    • - COVID 19 County Block Grant
  • Serve as the assistant to the Executive Director of Human Services.
  • Assist in advice County Commissioners of Human Service program requirements and alternative funding sources based on grant application guidelines, government regulations and legislation.
  • Attending meetings on behalf of the department.
  • Keeps track of all reporting due dates and files for all funding streams listed above.
  • Is the primary point of contact for all Housing Rehab Projects with ACT 137 Funds.
  • With along side Executive Director on all Community Development Block Grants projects.
  • Serve as the back up person of contact for the programs listed above.
  • Prepare documents for scanning, data entry and indexing.
  • Prepare invoices and reporting as needed.
  • Prepare Reimbursement vouchers for checks weekly.
  • Ensures quality control of documents entered to document management system, including appropriate indexing and optimum resolution of scans.
  • Performs other duties as requested or required.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • High School Diploma or GED, College degree preferred
  • Two years’ experience working in a professional office environment
  • Minimum of one year of experience in Human Services
  • Enhanced knowledge of Windows, MS Office, and internet, especially MS Excel

Please email the application, which is available in the top right column of this page, with resume to: Robert Ruiz at rruiz@pikepa.org

   

Case Manager / Housing Locator

Full-time position. Provide

case management to the at-risk households in Pike County. Conduct telephone intake interviews with prospective households to determine program eligibility, develop housing plans with clients and assist in securing housing, employment, job training; assist guests with social service needs, referring them to other organizations as appropriate. Qualifications: enthusiastic individual with good judgment, good work ethic and compassion for others. Bachelor’s degree in social work or social services field preferred. Please email the application, which is available in the top right column of this page, with resume to: Robert Ruiz at rruiz@pikepa.org

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Special Victim Advocate

The purpose of the Special Victim Advocate is to provide service to all victims of crime, with a special focus on crime victims and families of crime victims related to child physical and sexual abuse, elder abuse or exploitation, domestic violence and persons with cognitive or developmental delays, in Pike County by providing direct services to crime victims. This position is grant funded. Please see link for full job description and candidate qualifications.

Please return application, which is available in the top right column of this page, with resume to: Sarah Wilson, Pike County District Attorney's Office, 506 Broad St., Milford, PA 18337 or email to DicksonHouse@pikepa.org

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Central Booking Technician

The Pike County District Attorney’s Office is seeking applications for the position of a Central Booking Technician.  The selected individual will be responsible for the collection of fingerprints and photographs of individuals charged with criminal offenses in Pike County.

The person must have a High School Diploma, ability to work with other individuals, and general knowledge of computer usage.  The individual must be able to pass a criminal background check.  Law Enforcement experience and/or certification by the Municipal Police Officer’s Education and Training Commission are preferred.  The position is part-time at less than 1,000 hours per year at a rate of pay ranging from $15.00 - 17.00 per hour.  This position is not eligible for County benefits or pension.

Please return application, which is available in the top right column of this page, with resume to: Mikki Cortes, Pike County District Attorney’s Office, 506 Broad Street, Milford PA 18337 or email to mcortes@pikepa.org.

   
Senior Center Operator

(part time 20 hours)

Open Senior Center: Prepare for arrival of meals from the provider facility: Turn Steam table on, Make coffee, Inspect counter tops, heating trays, utensils and miscellaneous equipment to ensure conditions meet sanitary standards. Organize service utensils for portioning out meals.

1. Maintain sanitary area’s throughout kitchen and center.
2. Coordinate HDM’s, both hot and frozen for distribution. Portion homebound meals according to standards set by the Dietitian.
3. Set up Congregate meals for people who are at the center daily in a timely manner
4. Portion out and/or set-aside accessories which are to be included with each meal: fruit, bread and butter, soup, juice, or milk, or ice cream – and or any other desserts, serve, pack or store appropriately.
5. Ensure meals are maintained at the correct temperature for delivery and thermal bags are heated when necessary for safe transport.
6. Advise meal transporter of any special instructions regarding the meals being delivered. Review Sam’s Route Sheets with volunteers and Meal Transporter for changes and additions.
7. Reports any shortages or problems with the food or delivery to the Food Service Director at the Provider Facility. For appropriate resolution. Coordinate any menu substitutions with the Dietitian for accurate nutrition compliance.
8. Take reservations by telephone for consumers requesting to come in on future dates.
9. Participate in planning and organizing some activities independently as well as communicating with Activities Coordinator regarding planned events such as, Bingo, birthday celebrations, picnics, holiday parties, day trips
10. Assist support staff and volunteers in setting up of coffee, beverages, snack, hot trays and setting of tables.
11. Wash hands often, or as required by the food safety and sanitation guidelines.
12. Responsible for food safety by support staff and volunteers.
13. Greet seniors and socialize while meals are being distributed – observing any signs of impending problems.
14. Act as liaison between consumers to prevent disagreements or heated discussions.
15. Be aware of reporting requirements for Protective Services for older Americans Act to the Unit of AAA.
16. Refer consumers in need of assistance regarding personal matters, financial assistance, Nutritional problems, personal care attention, and medical issues to AAA intake.
17. Advise consumers of the availability of assistance with filing forms for PACE, tax rent rebate, heating assistance, etc.
18. Use Co-Pilot system for reports for meal service units and activities for the director to review and submit to the PA Department of Aging in Harrisburg.
19. When weather conditions require the nutrition center to close, after being notified by the director or site manager, notify support staff and volunteers.
20. At the end of each day assist the support staff and volunteers in the cleanup and sanitization of the equipment and tables after which see that everything is shut off and if required locked up.

Perform other related duties and attend required meeting and training.

Please send or deliver applications, available in the top right column of this page, to Pike County Area Agency on Aging, 150 Pike County Blvd., Hawley, PA 18428.

   
Pike County Correctional Facility - Maintenance Staff

PIKE COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR:

MAINTENANCE STAFF

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Benefits:

  • Individual/Family Medical coverage
  • Prescription plan
  • Paid sick/vacation/personal time
  • 12 Paid holidays
  • Life insurance
  • County Pension/Additional Retirement Investment Options
  • Uniforms provided
  • Meals provided

Salary:

  • $15.00 per hour starting salary

Job Requirements:

  • Valid Drivers License

Go online @ www.pikepa.org/correctional.html or call #570-775-5500 to obtain an application.

   
   
Food Production Supervisor

PIKE COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR:

FOOD PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Benefits:

  • Individual/Family Medical coverage
  • Prescription plan
  • Paid sick/vacation/personal time
  • 12 Paid holidays
  • Life insurance
  • County Pension/Additional Retirement Investment Options
  • Uniforms provided
  • Meals provided


Salary:
$14.00 per hour starting salary

Job Requirements:

  • Valid Drivers License


Get your application from this page in the upper right of the window under Correction Facility Jobs or call #570-775-5500 to obtain an application

   
Transportation Department - Full or Part Time Drivers

The Pike County Transportation Department is currently accepting applications for full time and part time drivers.  Drivers serves the elderly, disabled, and special needs clients by driving them to/from medical appointments, shopping, and other life sustaining services, all while getting paid. Typically, 8-hour work days, 3 days per week, averaging 24-30 hours per week. Looking for staff who is available between the hours of 6am-6pm. Candidates need to have Regular Driver’s License required.

   
DEPUTY SHERIFF

- $17.00 per hour starting salary
- Medical benefits after 90 days of employment
- Paid vacation, sick and personal leave
- All equipment, including uniform and weapon, is provided

Physical fitness standards are attached. Please take the test prior to handing in your application and include the results with the application. Failure to complete the test within the standards does not immediately disqualify an applicant from consideration.

All other mandatory requirements are attached to the application.

ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN PERSON AT THE PIKE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ALONG WITH COPIES OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA (OR EQUIVALENT) AND YOUR DD-214 (IF APPLICABLE).

Fill out the Deputy Sheriff Application from the left side of this page for an opportunity to join our professional team of deputy sheriffs.

   

PIKE COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS

  • - $17.37 per hour starting salary
  • - Upon completion of 1 year $19.39 per hour
  • - Upon completion of 2 years $22.50 per hour
    - Upon completion of 4 years $24.08 per hour
    - Upon completion of 8 years $26.11 per hour
  • - Shift differential of .30 cents/per hour applies for 3-11 PM and 11-7 AM shifts
  • - Longevity Pay
  • - Pension
  • - Medical coverage
  • - Paid Sick/vacation/personal time
  • - Life Insurance
  • - Uniforms provided


Call 570-775-5500 for an application or print the application on this page to join our professional team of Correctional Officers.

PIKE COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY

TREATMENT COUNSELOR

  • Directly working with incarcerated offenders
  • in providing myriad services geared toward recidivism reduction.

  • Benefits
    • Individual/Family Medical coverage
    • Prescription plan
  • • Paid sick/vacation/personal time
  • • 12 Paid holidays
  • • Life insurance
  • • County Pension/Additional Retirement Investment Options
  • • Meals provided

  • Salary:
  • • $19.25 per hour starting salary


Go online @ www.pikepa.org/correctional.html or call #570-775-5500 to obtain an application.

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District Attorney's Office - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinician


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District Attorney's Office - Clinical Supervisor/Therapist


Clinical Supervisor/Therapist Job Announcement

   

 

 

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