NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

 

There will be a public hearing of the

Madison County Planning Commission

Work Session

On Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 5:30 p.m.

in the Fiscal Court Room

of the Madison County Courthouse

The purpose is to consider the following:

Discussion of Land Use Regulations Potential Changes---

                                                                            1.  Interstate Commercial (IC) Zoning Designation Amendments

                                                                                                    2.  Multi-Family Density Limits

                                                                                                    3.  Parking Requirements

                                                                                                    4.  Road Bonding Requirements

 

For more information contact the Madison County Planning

and Development Office at 859-624-4780

 

 

 

 

911 Part Time Telecommunicator - Apply Here

The E911 Board is seeking applicants for Part Time Telecommunicator Positions.  Qualifications and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • US Citizen
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must be willing to work various shifts and day, including weekends and holidays if needed. 
  • Must be able to work irregular shifts
  • Must be able to prioritize, multi task and work well under extreme pressure
  • Ability to operate computer systems, maintain computerized and written files
  • Must have the ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, emergency responders and the general public.
  • 911 dispatchers are responsible for receiving messages and/or calls for service via telephone, radio, teletype, fax machine or in person for police, fire ambulance and other emergency services in Madison County.
  • Must be a current certified telecommunicator via the Department of Criminal Justice Training.

Deadline to apply is Friday, May 18, 2018 at 11:59pm (ET).

 

 911 Shift Supervisor  Apply Here

Training and Experience: Graduation from high school or equivalent. Supplemented by a recommendation but not required to have three years directly related work experience in emergency services, to include administrative and supervisor skills.

Certification Requirements:  Required certification as a LINK/NCIC operator as defined in KRS 15.560.  Said certification must be maintained for as long as the candidate holds the position of Shift Supervisor.

Special Knowledge and Skills: 

1)  Extensive knowledge of FCC and other federal, state, and local laws, administrative regulations and ordinances governing radio-telephone transmitting and receiving equipment.
2)  Extensive knowledge of radio transmission equipment, policies and procedures.
3)  Extensive knowledge of all public services within the county, appropriate times to call the different services, etc.
4)  Must possess in-depth knowledge of LINK/NCIC/NLETS to include complete understanding of all established rules, regulations and guidelines as set forth in Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations; Chapter 17, Kentucky Revised Statutes; UCR system policy guidelines; NCIC policy guidelines; and National Law Enforcement Telecommunication Systems policy guidelines. 
5) Must have received accredited training in Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) procedures and be thoroughly familiar with the proper use of the Powerphone EMD protocol guidebook.

Special Abilities:

1)  Ability to supervise others while assisting with performing required duties.
2)  Ability to act quickly, calmly, and correctly in emergency situations.
3)  Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
4)  Ability to use computer hardware and software.
5)  Ability to create and maintain an accurate filing system; and the ability to forward required reports in a timely manner.
6)  Ability to deal tactfully and courteously with the public.
7)  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with other public safety organizations/agencies, officers and employees of the participating organizations, and the general public.
8)  Ability to read maps.

Deadline to apply is Friday, May 4, 2018 at 11:59pm (ET).

2017 HR Employement ArticleAll employment opportunities with Madison County Fiscal Court will be listed here. All applications must be submitted electronically through our website. Opportunities are also listed in the Richmond Register and The Berea Citizen. If there is nothing listed this means there are currently no opportunities available.

 

Madison County Government Internship Opportunity (Summer and Fall 2018 Sessions) - Apply Here

The Madison County Fiscal Court (MCFC) is responsible for overseeing all aspects of county government.  The MCFC is seeking talented undergraduate and graduate students for the Summer 2018 and Fall 2018 internship sessions. The schedule is flexible including the start and end date as well as the days of the week. It is required the student make a commitment of at least 12 hours a week. Summer sessions runs from May 21-August 10,  2018 and the Fall semester runs from August 20-December 15, 2018.  The internship is non-paid but may count toward college credit, pending school approval.

Students from all areas of study are welcome to apply. This session’s internship areas will focus on the following areas of study:

  • Public Administration
  • Communications/Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Risk Management
  • Fire Administration

We will consider applicants on a rolling basis up until the Drop/Add period for classes. 

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