• FIREFIGHTER Lancaster County Fire Rescue Under general su-pervision, controls & extinguishes fires, protects life & property, & main-tains all fire equip-ment. Receives & responds to fire alarms & other emergency calls performing the nec-essary functions & operations to effi-ciently handle any fire ground situa-tion. Performs fire inspections & pre-fire planning. Minor vehicle & equipment mainte-nance, & other re-lated tasks as as-signed. Reports to the Fire Rescue Captain and/or Lan-caster County fire Rescue Director within the estab-lished chain of com-mand. High school graduate or equiva-lent with a minimum requirement of NFPA Firefighter II certification and In-fection Control. Emergency Vehicle Driver Training within 6 months & Medical first re-sponder, Pump Op-erations II required within 1 year. Tech-nical Rescue Courses including, but not limited to, Vehicle Extrication, High Angle Rope and Swift water will also be required as scheduled by the LCFR training of-ficer. Minimum Class E SC Driver's License or CDL within 6 months. All active fire service experience will be considered contin-gent on SC Fire Academy accept-ance. Chosen ap-plicants may be re-quired to attend & success-fully complete re-cruit school training of up to 12 weeks in duration. Adequate computer skills must be demon-strated Salary: $32,000 - $34,000 commensurate with level of education, training and experi-ence Apply in the County Administra-tion Building Lobby, 101 N. Main St. or online at www.mylancastersc.org EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

  • Help Wanted Dawn Development Company Incorporated Foreman, Opera-tors and Laborers needed for natural gas line and elec-trical installation - Foremen and Op-erators must have good, valid and renewable driver's license, as well as a good driving record. CDL's preferred, but not required. Pre-employment drug test given and background checks made at the time of hire. Please contact Charlotte Palmer at 704-296-9620.

  • Jerry's Plumbing & Heating, needs a Plumber, Plumber Helper & Duct In-staller. Experience needed. Apply at 1769 Springdale Road.

  • Lancaster County Fleet Operation Department FLEET EQUIP-MENT TECHNI-CIAN Under regular su-pervision, config-ures new vehicles and equipment. Also, assists with tasks involving ser-vices, maintenance and repairs to County vehicles and other motorized equipment includ-ing, trailers, etc. en-suring proper work-ing order. Performs preventative main-tenance on a vari-ety of equipment. This class receives direction and lead-ership from the Fleet Manager and Shop Foreman who coordinates, as-signs, and monitors work assignments. Minimum Qualification(s) Re-quired. Any combi-nation of training, education, or expe-rience equivalent to two years' experi-ence in automotive repair or new vehi-cle preparation, which includes at least one year ex-perience in the service and installa-tion of motorized equipment. Preferred/Desirable Qualification(s). Graduation from high school or GED is preferred. Salary: $11.60 - $13.70 Ap-ply in the County Administration Building lobby, 101 N. Main Street or at www.mylancastersc.org EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

  • LEGAL PROCESS CLERK Central Court Under general su-pervision, performs a wide variety of le-gal clerical duties related to receiving and accurately pro-cessing large vol-umes of legal trans-actions within le-gally set time limits, assisting the public in legal procedures of legal process, and performing other duties as re-quired. Work in-volves accepting and examining legal documents for ac-curacy relative to form, format, and conformance with legal procedures for filing; certifying doc-uments; interacting directly with the public including handling counter duties; answering the telephone, tak-ing messages, pro-viding information, and/or directing callers to the appro-priate resource; providing general non-legal informa-tion on court policy and procedures; collecting fees, fines, and bails; is-suing receipts; us-ing a variety of computer programs to enter, retrieve, and access infor-mation; entering, dispositioning, and filing traffic cita-tions; scheduling and calendaring cases; issuing and recalling bench war-rants; researching various legal codes; preparing copies; issuing judgments, writs of execution, and judgments by default; entering de-faults, dismissals, judgments, and orders; reviewing and preparing case folders; reviewing orders and judg-ments for correct-ness prior to pres-entation to judges; reviewing case files prior to court date to assure all neces-sary documents are present and that proper legal proce-dures have been followed; securely receiving, maintain-ing, and distributing other material intro-duced at trials; de-stroying or execut-ing orders for de-struction or evi-dence; maintaining jury records; sum-moning and provid-ing information to jurors; preparing and processing ap-peals in accordance with all applicable statutes; reviewing and determining if a defendant has ful-filled the terms of sentencing and tak-ing the appropriate action for non-completion; granting allowable extensions to com-ply; tracking defendant's fulfill-ment of community service obligations; preparing corre-spondence and forms; preparing monthly reports; an-swering telephone inquiries; providing assistance to other staff members; per-forming other legal clerical assign-ments as directed; and may act as backup to a Court-room Clerk a regu-lar basis; requires cross training with Bond Clerk duties. Reports to the Mag-istrate. Requires a high school diploma or equivalent with vocational or techni-cal school training supplemented by one year of journey level clerical experi-ence, or an equiva-lent combination of education, training and experience that provides the re-quired knowledge, skills and abilities. Salary: $11.73/hr online at www.mylancastersc.org or in the lobby of the County Ad-ministration Building EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER