Human Resources






  DEFINITION The airport assistant is responsible for assisting the airport manager at the Jerome County and Hazelton Airports. He or she must be capable of exercising independent judgment, work well with the public, work as a team or individually and exercise appropriate conduct relative to the position.

 3.  DESCRIPTION         

The employee must be capable of operating a computer and other equipment typically used in a modern office.

  The employee must be able to safely operate and maintain a motor vehicle, a tractor, snowplow, and other motorized equipment essential to airport up keep.

 The employee must have the ability to lift 70lbs, stand, kneel, sit or bend for a prolonged period of time.

The employee must be self-motivated and have the ability to recognize areas of safety concerns, as well as identify areas in need of attention.


Maintain airport grounds including landscaped areas perform weed control activities, mow airfield and safety areas.

 Clean and sweep paved surfaces.

Operate snow removal equipment as needed to remain within FAA compliance guidelines.

Perform general maintenance and cleaning of airport buildings and paint as needed. 

Perform assigned inspections of airport runway, taxiway, and grounds for hazardous conditions and FAA compliance regulations.

Receive incoming fuel shipments within FAA and DEQ guidelines, monitor fuel levels and coordinate fuel deliveries.

Assist in the day-to-day operations of the Jerome County/Hazelton Airports.

Perform other duties and special projects as assigned by the  Airport Manager.

 Understand the Jerome County/Hazelton Airport Rules and Regulations.

 Review maintenance records for vehicles and equipment. Identify the need for equipment repairs.

 Perform certain administrative duties as instructed by the supervisor.

 Perform tasks until successful task completion is achieved

 Build and maintain good communication with supervisor, County Commissioners, the airport advisory board, airport users, members of the public and various federal and state agencies


 Must be at least 18 years of age.

 Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.

 Must have a driver's license valid in the State of Idaho.

 Must submit to and pass a drug and alcohol screen.

 Must have the ability to perform duties of the job for an entire workday.

 Must have knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods, and procedures used in general aviation operations. 

 Must obtain certification to handle aviation fuel within one month of employment start date

Must have good human relations skills, with the ability to work effectively with others.

 Must be available to work beyond ordinary work hours as necessary.

 Must not have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor involving dishonesty, violence, gambling, liquor, or controlled substances nor plead no contest or nolo contender to either.

 Wages doe

Benefits included.










Job Title: Civil Criminal Counter Court Clerk                           Last Update: January 2021


Department: Court Services                                                      Reports To:  Jerome County Clerk






Performs a variety of duties related to the receiving of payments for traffic violations and criminal penalties, answers questions and provides information by phone and in person as needed.  In addition preforms clerical support functions involving accurate docketing and processing of legal documents in civil matters.   Customer service position.







  • Enters new infraction and misdemeanor citations into Odyssey and sets up cases.
  • Takes payments for citations, criminal case fines and fees, restitution payments, misdemeanor probations fees, workman’s comp. fees, record requests and other line items including mailed payments.
  • Assists customers at the counter and over the phone.
  • Clerks In-Custody Arraignments and process paperwork (Alternating weeks).
  • Clerks Thursday Court for both Magistrate Judges and processes paperwork.  This includes sending and annotating E-Filings received related to court hearings.
  • Prepares Orders and Judgments for scheduled Court hearings.
  • Creates new Civil and Criminal cases in Odyssey.
  • Processes and scans new counter filings into Odyssey.
  • Sends, processes and annotates various E-Filings for both Criminal and Civil cases.
  • Enters fingerprint card number into the cases in Odyssey and update/add SSN and identifying information to the case party master.
  • Processes and issues Criminal/Civil Summons and Warrants.
  • Processes returned mail, Scan into Odyssey and update case party master to reflect new/undeliverable address.
  • Help schedule parties for Jerome County parenting Classes, including giving information regarding attendance and fees/fee waiver.
  • Enters Civil and Criminal dispositions and /or fines in Odyssey.
  • Assists with scanning older files into Odyssey.
  • Obtains information from files.
  • Performs other related duties as required.


  • Experience taking, handling a cash drawer and balancing.
  • Cross-trains in other areas and assist other clerks as needed.
  • Assists the public in determining their needs and finds solutions
  • Review’s paid and dismissed citations and disposes of older citations according to Court protocol.
  • Performs other related duties as required.
  • Assumes the duties assigned by the Count) Clerk
  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Public relations/customer service skills
  • Good organization skills
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Manual dexterity to perform office functions (typing, filing. collating, operating office machines, Etc.)
  • Ability to perform essential duties efficiently and accurately with or without reasonable
  • accommodations and without endangering incumbent or other employees
  • Sitting with intermittent moving within an office environment lifting of office supplies, talking, standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and hearing (in person and by telephone).Memorizing, and seeing
  • Reaching, climbing and lifting up to 40 pounds
  • Performs other related duties as requested





Position is 37.5 hours per week with benefits.

Pay depends on experience.



Please submit your applications to Michelle Emerson at the Clerk’s Office or you can take them to HR room 303.



Part/Time Male Drug Testing Tech 


Department:              Misdemeanor Probation              Reports to:    Department Administrator       

Date Established:  05/2021                                   Salary: $13.00




The primary function would be to; complete drug screening, maintains accurate documentation and sends samples to the lab.  The Jerome County drug testing tech must possess good communication skills, the ability to work with a diverse population of clients, and attention to detail for records and requirements documentation. The work is performed under the supervision of an elected official or department head, with latitude allowed for independent judgment and initiative. Work is usually performed in an office environment at no more than 19 ½ hours/per week.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (illustrative only and may vary by assignment)

  • Enters data into computer and prints out drug testing requisition form for each sample that is sent to the averhealth lab;
  • Conducts drug and alcohol testing using assigned instruments and records results;
  • Interpret test results and instruct client on next steps, depending on the individual’s program;
  • Processes out going drug test samples and will take samples to required drop off  mail location;
  • Maintains accurate documentation;
  • Responds to commissioners, elected officials, county employees and citizens questions and comments in a courteous and timely manner;
  • Performs time management and scheduling functions;
  • Keeps immediate supervisor fully and accurately informed of concerning work progress, including present and potential work problems and suggestions for new or improved ways of addressing such problems;
  • Communicates and coordinates regularly with appropriate co-workers to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of interdepartmental operations and activities;
  • Maintains strict confidentiality in all cases;
  • Assists other departments and county employees as needed or requested;
  • Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with county policies, procedures and safety practices.


  • Performs other duties as assigned. 


The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required for an individual to satisfactorily perform each essential duty and be successful in the position. 




Knowledge of:


  • Drug testing techniques and instrumentation requirements;
  • Accurate documentation;
  • Basic computer knowledge;
  • Customer service procedures and techniques.

Skill and Ability to:


  • Correctly use the instrumentation essential to carry out testing activities.
  • Speak clearly and communicate accurate information to others;
  • Listen carefully to, understand, and effectively communicate through oral, written, and interpersonal communication channels;   
  • Follow verbal and written instructions;
  • Work independently and exercise initiative, with general guidance and supervision;  
  • Use good judgment to make sound and reasonable decisions and problem-solving skills to respond to customer service needs in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and established policies;
  • Maintain a professional demeanor at all times;
  • Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines;
  • Demonstrate integrity and ingenuity in the performance of assigned tasks and solving problems;
  • Perform all duties in accordance with County policies and procedures with regard for personal safety and that of other employees and the public;
  • Maintain strict confidentiality.



  • High school diploma or GED;
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities to successfully perform the essential functions of the position may be considered;
  • Must successfully pass background investigation relevant to the position and remain in good standing for the duration of employment with the county. 



The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this classification.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  


While performing the duties of this classification, the employee is frequently required to stand, sit, bend, stoop, use hands to keyboard or type, handle or manipulate papers and file. The employee may lift/move office supplies or other items weighing up to 25 lbs.  Specific vision abilities required by this classification include close and distance vision to examine documents and perform computer work. Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing abilities required by this classification include those which permit the employee to discern verbal communication and communicate effectively in person and by telephone. While performing the duties of this classification, the employee works in an office setting where the noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The employee may be exposed to persons who are incarcerated or involved in controversial situations.