County Positions (Non-Civil Service)
The Wayne County Commissioners will accept unsolicited employment applications at the Wayne County Commissioners Office, 3rd Floor, Wayne County Courthouse. These applications will be held for 3 months only. Applications for Corrections Officers will be forwarded directly to the Warden for his file. Applications for Deputy Sheriff will be forwarded directly to the Sheriff for his file.
Available positions will be posted on-line on the County Website, under Employment Opportunities; some positions may be advertised in the Wayne Independent. Once an opening is posted, unsolicited applications will be reviewed and may be pulled for consideration depending on content of application. Positions requiring Civil Service listing must follow those specific guidelines.
Current county employees are eligible to apply for any available non-civil service openings that may be posted by submitting a letter of interest. If a current county employee is successful in being selected for the open position there may be salary adjustments necessary, depending on the position transferring from and to, as well as other employment regulations covering the position.
Civil Service Departments and Positions (scroll down)
Employment opportunities with the Wayne County Office of Human Services (Area Agency on Aging, Children and Youth, Drug and Alcohol or Behavioral & Developmental Programs/Early Intervention) are covered through the Pennsylvania Civil Service System. For more information on specific job titles utilized in Local Government, please see list below.
Applications for Wayne County Courthouse positions can be downloaded here: Courthouse Employment Application
Wayne County Domestic Relations – Enforcement Officer
Full time position in the Domestic Relations Office for an Enforcement Officer. Applications accepted until November 22, 2017 to MaryAnn Swingle, Director. MaryAnnSwingle@PACSES.COM
Complete job description here: Job Description
Wayne County Domestic Relations – Enforcement Officer Supervisor
The Wayne County Domestic Relations Office has a full-time vacancy for an Enforcement Officer Supervisor in the DRO Office. Position is non-exempt and reports to the DRO Director, MaryAnn Swingle. Send resume to 925 Court Street, Honesdale, PA 18431 or email at MaryAnnSwingle@PACSES.COM. Applications will be accepted until November 9th, 2017. See complete job description here: Job Description
Prothonotary Office – Clerk 1
A full-time Clerk 1 position is available in the Prothonotary Office, Wayne County. This office processes and files all criminal and civil court documents related to cases in Wayne County. Prior experience in a legal office or working with legal documents is preferred. Please see job posting here: Job Description
Wayne County has several openings for Data Collectors in the Wayne County Tax Assessment Office. This is an entry level position that can lead to a Certified Tax Assessor position. Questions concerning the position can be directed to John McCormick, Chief Assessor. Complete Job description and requirements can be reviewed here: Job Description
Wayne County Correctional Facility is accepting applications for Part Time Correctional Officers. The Wayne County Correctional Facility is located at 44 Mid-Wayne Drive, which is off of Route 6, in Texas Twp, PA. This Correctional Facility houses both Male and Female offenders in various housing units. Job duties include the care, custody, and control of incarcerated offenders. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license. All applicants must complete and pass a basic knowledge exam, criminal history record check and urinalysis drug screen prior to employment. Applications may be obtained at the Wayne County Correctional Facility, or the Wayne County Courthouse. Any further questions please contact Deputy Warden John Masco at 570-253-2621 or JMasco@waynecountypa.gov. Job Description
CIVIL SERVICE COVERED DEPARTMENTS AND POSITIONS
The following Departments under the Wayne County Human Services Department of Wayne County Government are Civil Service covered positions through the Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission. Job titles in underlined green text are tests which often have openings. PLEASE note these are County positions and carry county salaries and benefit package.
Please contact Juliann Doyle, at 253-4262, Ext. 3111 for more information on how to apply and test through the civil service system. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. A phone call to set up an appointment is recommended. Apply on line at: www.scsc.state.pa.us to apply and test at the Lackawanna County Career Link (570-963-4671 – 135 Franklin Avenue, Scranton). The County of Wayne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Wayne County Departments that hire through the Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission are:
Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
Children and Youth Services (C&Y)
Drug and Alcohol Commission (D&A)
Behavioral and Developmental Programs and Early Intervention (B&DP/EI)
Wayne County Transportation System (WCTS)
The above departments are seeking qualified applicants to take civil service tests for entry level future potential vacancies due to resignation or retirement:
CLERK TYPIST 1 & 2 (Local Government) – Civil Service test announcement number 2005-568 – Job Codes L0031 and L0032 – must pass a 40 WPM typing test and a written test
COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICE AIDE 1, 2, 3 (Local Government) – Civil Service test announcement number 1995-574 – Job Codes L0620, L0621 and L0622. Must pass written test. C&Y and B&DP/EI hire this job title.
COUNTY CASEWORKER 1 & 2 (Local Government) – Civil Service Test Announcement number 2006-713 – Job Codes L0623 and L0624. Minimum: 12 college credits in the social sciences AND 3.5 years of casework experience OR a 4 year degree with the 12 credits in social sciences. MUST pass test. C&Y and B&DP/EI are the departments that hire from this list for caseworker positions.
FISCAL OFFICER – Test Announcement 2013-111 – Job Code L0315 – 6 college credits in accounting and experience and/or training. Must pass test.
FISCAL TECHNICIAN/FISCAL ASSISTANT – Test Announcement 2010-023 – Job Codes L0360 & L0380. Experience and training required. Must pass test.
ACCOUNTANT 1 (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2013-060 – Job Code L0311 – requires 15 credits in accounting. Must pass test.
AGING CASE AIDE 1 & 2 (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2010-017 – Job Code L0608 & L0609 – Must pass test.
AGING CARE MANAGER 1 & 2 (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2006-837 – Job Codes L0647 & L0635 – Minimum 12 college credits in the social sciences AND 3.5 years of casework experience OR a 4 year degree with 12 credits in social sciences. MUST pass test.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL PREVENTION SPECIALIST (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2009-106 – Job Code L0681- Bachelors Degree plus on one year of experience and must pass test.
SENIOR CENTER OPERATOR 1 & 2 (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2013-073 – Job Code L0811 & L0812 – 3 months of experience and must pass test.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL CASE MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST AND TRAINEE (Local Government) – Test Announcement 2013-006 – Job Code L0685 & L0686 Bachelors degree with 18 credits in the social sciences and must pass test.
COUNTY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GENERALIST 1(Local Government) – Test Announcement 2012-073 – Job Code L0462 – Associates Degree in computers or experience and training, must pass test.
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM WORKER (Local Government) – Test Announcement Number 2008-122 –Job Code L0786 — 6 months of experience as a Residential Program Trainee; OR 1 year of experience in a human services agency working with mentally disabled individuals, the elderly or children and youth; OR 2 years of college which includes courses appropriate to the human services field; OR an equivalent combination of experience and training.
RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM DIRECTOR 1 (Local Government) – Test Announcement Number 2010-071 –Job Code L0791 — minimum of one year as a Residential Program Supervisor (Local Government); OR a bachelor’s degree and one year of experience working with persons who have mental and/or developmental disabilities in a human services agency; OR three years of direct services experience in a human services agency, including two years of experience working with persons who have mental and/or developmental disabilities, one of which was in a supervisory capacity.