Yes. Internships are posted on our job listings service in the Transfer Opportunities and Internships section. Most (but not all) internships are designed for individuals currently attending college or individuals who have recently been graduated from college. For more information on our internship program please visit our Intern Program at Nevada County page.
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Visit our job listings service; regular ("permanent") and temporary jobs are posted on the listing. You may apply by completing an online job application. Your application will be saved for future use (only you can access it by using your email address and your personal password.)
Yes. In the job categories section of NeoGov, check off the job categories you are interested in, and then click "subscribe." Enter your contact information. When a job listing is posted that is included in one of your selected job categories, you will receive an email notification.
Check your application account. You can access your account by logging in at www.governmentjobs.com and clicking on your name. Then click on Applications and Status. You'll see notes about the progress and status of your applications. You'll also receive email notifications so check your email account regularly.
You are welcome to call our office for further information (530-265-7010, option 2.)
You may find a list of our job titles and their commensurate rates of pay in several locations on the County's website. The Salary and Staffing Information page has complete lists of job titles and monthly minimum and maximum salaries.
Another way to learn how much jobs pay is by once again returning to the job listings page and visiting the Job Descriptions section. An alphabetical list of all of our job descriptions and their pay rates is found in that section.
Once an applicant is hired as a probationary employee for a position with the County working at least 50%, the following benefits are available on the first day of the month following the hire date of employment (assuming all necessary forms are completed).
The County has adopted a Personnel Code which addresses typical working issues such as the following and more:
The Personnel Code (PDF) is available.
Yes. The County has entered into seven negotiated agreements with labor groups:
We also have unrepresented groups of employees:
Copies of the memoranda of understanding and summary documents are also available.
If you would like to volunteer for the County, please contact the Human Resources Department at 530-265-7010, option 2, or, contact the County department in which you would like to volunteer.
The County does have a process for volunteers to go through in order to volunteer. The process includes meeting with the department, completing forms, and going through a background check (fingerprints, drug test.)