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County of Minnehaha

This company is an alias of Minnehaha County
County in South DakotaMinnehaha County is a county on the eastern border of the state of South Dakota. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 169,468, making it the most populous county in South Dakota. Its county seat is Sioux Falls, the largest city in the state. The county was created in 1862 and organized in 1868.

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Commission Recorder
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
Process liquor, malt beverage, wine, and special event alcoholic beverage license applications by publishing hearing dates, coordinating agenda items, corresponding with the South Dakota Department of Revenue on license issues, and communicating license statues with applicants.
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Caseworker
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
Alliance is a voluntary case management program designed to assist individuals with a history in the criminal justice system and who may also have challenges related to alcohol/substance abuse and/or mental illness.
$22.58 - $24.31 an hour
Last updated 4 days ago
Part Time Safe Home Program Worker
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
On an overnight shift, Part-Time Safe Home Workers answer phones and monitor the front desk in a secured facility, prepare meals for the next day, and complete routine building chores.
$15.5 - $16.5 an hour Part-time
Last updated 4 days ago
Correctional Officer
County of MinnehahaAustin, TX
New officers will learn effective communication and de-escalation skills to manage inmate behavior for more than 500 inmates within the County's Jail. Our training program is facilitated by experienced trainers who teach first aid, report writing, crisis intervention, defensive tactics, investigation, problem solving, and other critical skills used by corrections and law enforcement professionals.
Last updated 9 days ago
Legal Office Assistant
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
The Minnehaha County State's Attorney's Office invites applications for a Legal Office Assistant to join our team of legal professionals!
$17 - $18 an hour Full-time
Last updated 9 days ago
Deputy / Senior Deputy Public Defender
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
The Minnehaha County Public Defender's Office is a County department responsible for providing legal services to indigent persons in criminal and civil matters in which the law requires the appointment of counsel for any person who cannot afford to retain counsel.
Up to $7,918 a month
Last updated 18 days ago
Correctional Officer
County of MinnehahaPierre, SD
New officers will learn effective communication and de-escalation skills to manage inmate behavior for more than 500 inmates within the County's Jail. Our training program is facilitated by experienced trainers who teach first aid, report writing, crisis intervention, defensive tactics, investigation, problem solving, and other critical skills used by corrections and law enforcement professionals.
Last updated 18 days ago
Deputy / Senior Deputy Public Defender
County of MinnehahaSt Cloud, MN
The Minnehaha County Public Defender's Office is a County department responsible for providing legal services to indigent persons in criminal and civil matters in which the law requires the appointment of counsel for any person who cannot afford to retain counsel.
Last updated 18 days ago
Juvenile Correctional Worker
County of MinnehahaSioux Falls, SD
The Minnehaha County Juvenile Detention Center is accepting applications for part-time Juvenile Correctional Workers (JCW).
$15.25 - $16.5 an hour
Last updated 18 days ago
Deputy / Senior Deputy State's Attorney
County of MinnehahaMinneapolis, MN
Minnehaha County prosecutors are an integral part of the criminal justice system closely collaborating with law enforcement, probation, parole, juvenile justice centers, and numerous community agencies.
Last updated 18 days ago
Deputy / Senior Deputy State's Attorney
County of MinnehahaSioux City, IA
Minnehaha County prosecutors are an integral part of the criminal justice system closely collaborating with law enforcement, probation, parole, juvenile justice centers, and numerous community agencies.
Last updated 18 days ago
Deputy / Senior Deputy State's Attorney
County of MinnehahaKansas City, MO
Minnehaha County prosecutors are an integral part of the criminal justice system closely collaborating with law enforcement, probation, parole, juvenile justice centers, and numerous community agencies.
Last updated 18 days ago
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