EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION FORM- PLEASE READ
Once you complete the Employment Application form, the system will not require you to fill it out again every time you apply for a position. However, the date accompanying the signature on the bottom of the application must be within six months of the date of the job closing for the application to be considered for the position. Further, candidates are responsible for ensuring their information on their application is up to date each time they apply for a different position. The candidate is responsible for ensuring their application reflects the correct and current information for their work experience, education, personal information, etc.
If you need to edit/update any information on your Employment Application after you apply for a position, you can do so by logging back into your account and accessing the application on your dashboard. Your Employment Application is located under iForm(s) to Complete. Ensure you electronically sign the application each time you access the form in order to submit a completed application.
After you apply for a position with Doña Ana County, there is a minimum qualification screening based on the education and experience requirements of the position. This process is done using the iCIMS system. For candidates who successfully pass the initial iCIMS screening, the county’s HR staff will then review and verify the applicant’s relevant experience, education and supplemental question responses.
Applications will be rejected if:
- Stated years of related experience can’t be verified within the work experience section of the application, i.e. not enough information provided, insufficient work history, inapplicable experience attributed to work history
- Required education is not listed in the application
- The application is incomplete in ANY capacity
- The candidate only submits a resume. Doña Ana County does not utilize resumes during the recruitment process; however, your resume may be used to populate your application. See that information below in the iCIMS application information.
HR Department staff then forward the qualified candidates and their application to the department with the job opening for review and the department-specific interview and selection process then takes place. All interviews and the subsequent hiring approval requests are generated by the department with the position opening.
Due to the high level of interest in some of our positions, not all eligible applicants will be interviewed.
Applying with Doña Ana County
As of July 1, 2016, Doña Ana County has implemented a new applicant tracking system, iCIMS. You will need to create a login and password for this system. Then follow the system instructions on ways to populate your application information. You can enter the information manually or use your Facebook, LinkedIn, or Google profiles or your resume to populate the fields on the application form.
Tips to Apply:
- If you already have an account, log in using your user-name and password. You will not be able to create another account using the same first name, last name, or email address.
- It is important that your application show all relevant education and work/volunteer experience you possess, including month and year start and end dates, i.e. March, 2012 – January, 2016. If you held several positions while employed with one organization, please detail each job individually. The assessment of whether you meet minimum qualifications and if eventually hired, your compensation level (unless you’re covered by a Collective Bargaining Agreement) is determined by the amount of relevant education and work/volunteer experience you show on the actual application.
- Include accurate contact information for your current and previous employers as this information is used to conduct reference checks.
Your application status is available by logging into your iCIMS account and you will receive communication via email once your application is in process. Please be sure to check your email including your Junk or Spam folders.
Doña Ana County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to abide by all federal and state laws prohibiting employment discrimination solely on the basis of a person’s race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, disability, serious medical condition, genetic information, ancestry, spousal affiliation, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other unlawful criteria, except where a reasonable Bona Fide Occupational Qualification exists.
Doña Ana County will make reasonable accommodation(s) for the known physical or mental limitations of an applicant with a disability, upon request, unless the accommodation(s) would cause an undue hardship on the operation of the County. Please see http://www.donaanacounty.org/ada/ for our Public Notice and to get the Testing/Interview Accommodation Request Form or call 575-647-7210 for assistance.
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Perform first-level information and document processing support to in-person and telephone customers by providing general and specific information, verifying data, processing and maintaining documents, and researching and resolving problems.
Under the direct supervision of the Purchasing Manager, performs a variety of technical, mechanical, and clerical tasks to procure and process the procurement of supplies, services, and equipment for the county. Performs a broad array of duties related to purchasing and fixed assets.
Performs a broad array of accounting duties related to grants, accounts receivable, and financial reporting. Accounts for a variety of programs and projects in a local government environment using fund accounting. Assists grant administrators in meeting financial reporting requirements of federal, state, and local grant agreements.
Provides customer service to the public and Doña Ana County staff. Performs a variety of specialized office administrative document review and handling functions for the County Clerk’s office to include but not limited to assisting with elections, cashier functions and other document processing
Reporting to the Supervisor, Animal Control and Codes, performs animal control enforcement duties, enforces animal control ordinances and with Sheriff’s Department coordination - state statutes, captures/restrains a variety of stray, vicious, injured, wild and stray or unwanted domesticated dogs and/or cats using humane methods to minimize injury to animals while maintaining safety.
Under the direction of the assigned supervisor, performs general maintenance and repairs for county owned and leased properties.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED Operate various types of heavy gas/diesel construction equipment used in the performance, construction and maintenance function at various sites in Doña Ana County.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED Operates a variety of light mobile equipment in transporting materials or in performing general construction and labor to build, repair and maintain County roads.
*Pay: $18.3019-$30.0895 based upon completed years of law enforcement service (see link for pay scale)
*Incentive pay:$3,000 upon completion of FTO plus an additional $3,000 will be given before the end of employee's probationary year provided the immediate supervisor submits a memorandum stating the employee is on track to successfully completing the probationary year.
Eligibility for Incentive Pay
-At time of applying, you must have a valid and up-to date NM law enforcement certification number
-If you ever worked for DASO, you must have been separated from DASO a minimum of 2 years
-1 year commitment required after receiving initial $3,000 incentive, if not completed, you will be subject to reimbursing DASO for the incentive
*Promotional opportunity: minimum requirements for eligibility are 2-3 years DASO experience and 3-5 years total law enforcement experience
Under moderate supervision, enforces laws and ordinances, maintains order, prevents crime, makes arrests (citations or warnings) of criminal law violators, performs community education and advocacy, provides protective patrol services and community based policing, provides arbitration in neighborhood and family disputes, performs crisis intervention, and recovers stolen property. May test for and be assigned to specialized lateral certified deputy positions including but not limited to: Academy Training Coordinator, Vehicle Forfeiture, Impaired Driving – Beast Unit, K-9, Border Security or others as determined by the Sheriff.
Implements, troubleshoots, maintains, and repairs server and network systems; provides consultation for complex technical problems.
Performs Accounts Receivable function and creates various reports on detainees for statistical and billing purposes.
Performs a variety of general clerical functions for the assigned area
Under general supervision of the Director, manages, directs and oversees operations, planning and budgeting for the Codes Enforcement and Animal Control Divisions. Provides administrative oversight and ensures duties are performed in a safe manner in accordance with applicable State and County laws, ordinances, regulations, and policies.
Under general supervision, review residential, industrial and commercial plans for compliance with building, zoning, fire and accessibility codes, ordinances and standards. Consult with, and provide recommendations and suggestions to the public regarding building plans and specifications. Prepare reports in regard to reviews of plans. Make code interpretations as required. Assist development technicians and inspectors as necessary.
A SKILLS TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED
**NOTE: After 1 year of probationary period, the employee can recieve an incentive up to a maximum amount of $2.50 if the following certifications are completed:
A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8
Under general supervision, perform and undertake a variety of broad to specific fleet repair, mechanical diagnosis, and maintenance of County vehicles and equipment.
Under general supervision, responsible for the supervision of detainees within his/her assigned area; maintains order and security through fair and impartial application of Detention Center policies and procedures and accepted security and supervisory practices; and maintains the highest level of security possible while ensuring safe and humane treatment of all detainees including protection of their rights within the facility.
This position is Temporary and ONLY during the 2019 Early Voting and General Election
To perform a variety of specialized clerical support for elections mandated by New Mexico State Law at approved voting precincts
Under the general supervision of the Utilities Operations Manager, responsible for the operation and maintenance of the CRRUA’s water and wastewater treatment facilities, liquid waste disposal facilities, wastewater laboratory, and sludge disposal facilities. Provides technical support for multiple treatment plant operations, including acting as lead worker coordinating and overseeing work of crew assigned.
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Joint Utility Authority’s water production, treatment and distribution systems and the wastewater collection, treatment and disposal systems. Provides oversight for multiple treatment plant operations, administration and technical support, supervises Authority and contract personnel who perform operation and maintenance duties. Plan, supervise and coordinate the construction and/or repair of water and wastewater lines, lift stations, booster stations and related infrastructure. Perform inspections of work in progress or upon completion to assure compliance with specifications. Position requires availability for responding to emergency situations on a 24 hour basis.
Under the direction of the Utility Operations Manager, responsible for inspecting and testing operating wastewater systems.