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Fort Smith Courthouse
35 So. 6th, Room G5
Fort Smith, AR 72901

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Ph: 479.783.6139

Employment Opportunities

How to Apply

 

Assistant Purchasing Agent

Full Time

County Judges Office

Posted 1/19/2018

Duties and Qualifications:

Conduct purchasing, vendor and product evaluation.

Manage office activities including fleet insurance, asset tracking and inventory control.

Governed by county and state ordinances and regulations, related experience beneficial.

Extensive experience in software systems and proficient in MS Office Suite with strong spreadsheet skills.

Must be detailed-oriented with good analytical skills

Must be able to prioritize and organize work to meet deadlines

Equivalent of 2 yrs. College and 5 yrs. Experience, including 2 yrs. Management experience.

 

 

 

Adult Detention Deputy

Full Time

Sheriff Department

Posted 01/12/2018

The employee will work under the direct supervision of the Adult Detention Administrator and /or ADC Assistant Adminstrator. The employee is responsible for the security and welfare of male and female inmates, providing service to the inmate population and maintaining a controlled atmosphere in order to prevent disturbances. Work involves a element of personal danger and the employee must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise independent judgement in meeting emergencies. The employee is also responsible for the safe and secure transportation of inmates to and from various facilities. The position is governed by departmental policies and procedures and all laws concerning Adult Detention Center personnel.

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

  • High School Graduate or Equivalent
  • Knowledge of basic constitutional rights of inmates
  • Possess the ability to nondiscriminatory relate to persons of all social-economic levels and effectively deal with persons regardless of their state of mind or physical condition
  • Possess competent coordination and strength required to physically subdue prisoners
  • Detention personnel should have good health, emotional maturity, integrity, and interest in the welfare of human beings, ability to establish interpersonal relationships and to work with aggressive persons, the belief in the capacity of people to change, recognition of the dignity and value of the individual, resourcefulness, patience, the ability to use authority responsibly and continuing interest in professional development

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Building Maintenance Tech Lead Person

Full Time

Courts Building

Posted 1/19/2018

Reports to the Building Engineer/Supervisor and is responsible for the maintenance of County buildings and grounds and mechanical systems. The person in this position may provide recommendations to the Building Engineer/Supervisor as to the best method of maintaining and repairing elements to the County's buildings. The position is governed by county policy. Duties are performed under limited supervision.

 

Minimum Entry Qualifications

High School diploma

Two years of general maintenance and repairs

Must be knowledgeable in the use of a multitude of small tools.

Knowledge of air conditions and heaters, light carpentry experience, general electrical and plumbing is required.

 

LPN

 

Part Time

 

Juvenile Detention Center

 

Posted 07/17/2017

Under minimal supervision by the JDC Administrator, the incumbent is responsible to provide daily general medical care and treatment for approximately 400 juveniles, as well as meeting State and Federal mandated regulations. Treatment of TB and other diseases and the collection of DNA samples on all detainees as required by law. Serving under the direction of a physician, the LPN will oversee the physical and mental well-being of all detainees. Even though the patients are incarcerated, the detainees' medical information is protected as privileged information not subject to the Freedom of Information Act. This position requires a high level of accuracy.

Minimum Entry Qualifications

  • LPN License
  • Two years’ experience as an LPN
  • Able to communicate effectively under adverse conditions

Hourly Rate:  $15.00

 

Courts Security/Bailiff Officer

Full Time & Part Time

 

County Security Department

 

Posted:  07/01/2017

The Bailiff/Security Officer works under supervision and is responsible for providing security of buildings and grounds.  This position is governed by State and Federal Laws and Agency Policy.  Performs foot patrol of buildings, grounds, and parking areas observing for hazards, violators, and unauthorized persons.  Designate responsible party for after hour alarms.  Transports detainees to and from court, subdues unruly persons, and escorts to designated areas.  High School Diploma or equivalent required. Part time must be able to work approximately 23 hours per week.

 

 

IMPORTANT ADDRESSES


Fort Smith Court House
35 South 6 St.
Fort Smith, AR

Justice Building
901 South B St.
Fort Smith, AR

Greenwood Courthouse
11 Town Square
Greenwood, AR 72936

Sheriff Department
800 South A Street
Fort Smith, AR  72901

 

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