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The Randolph County Clerk's Office is now accepting applications and resumes for a full-time Deputy Clerk position. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Two years of relevant office environment experience is preferred but is not required. Employee applications are available in the Randolph County Auditor's Office, Courthouse, Room 102, Winchester, IN 47394.
Randolph County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Randolph County Probation Secretary
Part-time secretarial/clerical position available with the Randolph County Probation Department.
Duties include computer work, word processing, typing, filing, scheduling and other duties as directed.
Applicant should have knowledge of computer programs and some bookkeeping is helpful. All applicants should possess good peoople skills as they will be working with the public daily.
Randolph County Deputy Coroner needed:
Under the supervision of the Coroner, the Deputy Coroner will be responsible for responding to violent, traumatic, unexpected and unattended deaths. The deputy coroner will complete scene investigations, take scene photographs, pronouce death, secure evidence, determine cause and manner of death and make notification to the next of kin.
Applications and detailed job description are available at the Randolph County Auditor's Office, 100 S Main St., Winchester, IN 47394
The Randolph County E911 Center is taking applications for E911 public safety telecommunicators (PSTs).
Employee applications and job descriptions are available at the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department, 155 E. South Street in Winchester, Indiana 47394. Applications can be picked up between the hours of 8 AM to 4 PM beginning Monday, September 21, 2020. Full-time applications will be received through September 30, 2020.
Now taking applications and resumes for a full time Veterans' Service Officer. Applicants must have general knowledge of daily office operations, basic computer skills. At least 2 years' experience preferred. Applicantsmust meet the requirements of IC 10-17-1-9 and must be an honorably discharged veteran who has at least six (6) months of active service in the armed forces of the United States; or a service officer assistant with not less than two (2) years of experience; be a resident of Indiana or become a resident of Indiana not more than six (6) months after the service officer's sta
Ladies and Gentlemen of Randolph County, the Randolph County Assessor's Office is OPEN to Public Access.
As this is a fluid process, any operational status could change any given day. If you have any questions, please call 765-584-2907 or send an email to email@example.com and I will respond as soon as possible.
On Tuesday, 15 September 2020 at or about 9:00 am, in the Randolph County Courthouse Commissioner's Room, the Randolph County Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeal (PTABOA) will hold their 2020 hearing to determine the 2020 Assessed Values presented to them by appeal.
All attendees have been notified by mail with instructions to appear before the PTABOA. These instructions include date, time and location of the hearing. Failure to appear may result in the PTABOA making a determination without petitioner input.
A new scam is circulating where people are calling family members of recently incarcerated persons or the person themselves. The person identifies themself as an "Officer" and tells the person that more bond money is needed or the person will be re arrested. All bond issues are handled in the Randolph County Lobby or through the Randolph County Court system. If you receive calls like this and are in doubt, feel free to tell the person you are going to call the Randolph County Sheriff's Department and clear the matter up. Bottom line, Do not give the people money on the phone. These cas
A new scam is circulating where people are calling family members of recently incarcerated persons or the person themselves. The person identifies themself as an "Officer" and tells the person that more bond money is needed or the person will be re arrested. All bond issues are handled in the Randolph County Lobby or through the Randolph County Court system. If you receive calls like this and are in doubt, feel free to tell the person you are going to call the Randolph County Sheriff's Department and clear the matter up. Bottom line, Do not give the people money on t
The County Assessor will provide their Annual Notice of Assessment or Form 11 no later than April 30, 2020 by mail.
Rumors that a man arrested in Randolph County a couple of days ago being the person that committed the Delphi double homicide are not true. This agency was recently contacted by a media outlet stating that they felt the person recently arrested for child molestation greatly resembled the sketch of the Delphi killings. This agency advised the media outlet that they would forward the info to an FBI agent that was involved in the case. Outside of the person resembling the sketch, there is currently zero evidence that ties him to this case and he is not a suspect in the case. Since then, th
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