Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Isabella County Building

Employment Opportunities

Please download a Employment Application Form and Employment Data Record Form in Adobe PDF document format. If you are applying to the Sheriff's Department please use Criminal Justice Employment Form.

Isabella County is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (AA/EOE).

If there are no listings below we have no positions available at this time.


Isabella County Human Rights Committee (HRC) Graduate Student Internship (Part-Time)

Isabella County Human Rights Committee - Graduate Student Internship
General Summary:
Under the supervision of the Chair or Vice Chair (in the absence of the Chair) of the Human Rights Committee (HRC), the Graduate Student Intern performs various tasks as they relate to human rights advocacy. Activities include assisting the HRC with dissemination of information that helps to enhance public awareness about the HRC’s activities and human rights in the community. The schedule will be flexible depending on class requirements and schedules.

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Deputy Sheriff Position

Isabella County Sheriff's Department
General Summary:
The Isabella County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a career-oriented individual to work in a challenging, fast-paced, professional environment as an Isabella County Sheriff’s Deputy.

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Personal Care Aide (Part-Time)

Isabella County Commission on Aging

General Summary:
Under the supervision of the In-Home Services Program Coordinator, provides personal care services to County residents to help keep the client in his or her home environment. Receives and carries out specific directions for individualized personal health care provided by the Program Coordinator.

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Public Defender

Public Defender's Office

General Summary:
Under the supervision of the County Administrator/Controller, plans, organizes and directs the activities and staff of the Public Defender’s Office. Uses considerable independent discretion as the County Public Defender ensuring that constitutional guarantees are upheld, rights are protected and due process is implemented fairly, equally, equitably, and consistently. The Public Defender is responsible for staffing, training, supervising, counseling and discipline for the office. Ensures that Isabella County meets all constitutional and legislative requirements as they pertain to the representation of indigent adult offenders and provides a high level of indigent defense services. Directs, develops and implements policies and procedures for the Public Defender’s Office. Ensures that the Public Defender’s Office conforms to the Michigan Rules of Professional Conduct. Directs and performs the department’s administrative functions. Prepares the department’s annual budget request.

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Office Manager

Public Defender's Office

General Summary:
Manages and supervises support staff including employee relations, internal and interdepartmental liaison functions, staffing, paid time off approval, travel arrangements for staff & witnesses, department meetings, training, and department policies and procedures. Conducts financial analysis, preparation and management of department budget, governmental grants, payroll, accounts receivable and payable, purchasing supplies & equipment.

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Legal Secretary

Public Defender's Office

General Summary:
Performs a variety of legal secretarial and general clerical duties to ensure the timely flow of all necessary paperwork to support the operations and the programs of the Public Defender’s Office.

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