Human Resources






The Jerome County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a Full Time Administration Clerk. Salary is depending on experience.  Position carries full county benefits offered. Responsibilities include: issue driver’s license, enter civil papers for service, maintain Concealed Weapons applications, fingerprinting, accounts receivable, work with the Records Clerk, answer phones and general office duties.   



Must be over 18 years of age, have valid Idaho driver’s license, High School Diploma or GED.  Must successfully complete a background investigation and pass a poly graph test.   Spanish speaking is preferred, but not required.


Accepting applications June 28th through July 9th, 2021. Applications are available at the Jerome County Sheriff’s Office, 2151 S Tiger Dr., Jerome, Idaho. 

Please mail or deliver your application to the Jerome County Sheriff’s Office, Attn: Teresa Oneida, 2151 S. Tiger Dr., Jerome, Id  83338.




Jerome County Extension Office


POSITION TITLE:         Summer/part time Extension Office Help

HOURS:                              July – August (approximately 4hrs a day)

DEPARTMENT:             University of Idaho Extension – AA/EEO

REPORTS TO:                 County Chair 4-H Program Coordinator

OPEN:                                  June 28 – July 9, 2021



To provide leadership in the organization, training and coordination of the 4-H Program within Jerome County.  The 4-H Program should involve volunteer people working with youth to influence their development of lifetime skills through 4-H projects.


  • High School Diploma
  • 4-H experience


Support the Jerome County 4-H Program Coordinator by:

  • Contacting potential judges, send out contracts and letters.
  • Organize and put together 4-H superintendent packets.
  • Make and print superintendent name badges, and judges name badges.
  • Help set up pen assignments and booth space.
  • Help set up fair classes and post accordingly.
  • Assist the day of interviews, style revue and oral presentations.
  • Help set up ribbon boxes for shows, help at ring side.

WAGES:              $10.50 PER HOUR


Please contact Tina Miller at the Extension Office 208-324-7578 to get an application or you can pick one up at 300 N Lincoln Rm 303 Jerome Idaho.




Part/Time Male Drug Testing Tech 


Department:              Misdemeanor Probation              Reports to:    Department Administrator       

Date Established:  05/2021                                   Salary: $13.00




The primary function would be to; complete drug screening, maintains accurate documentation and sends samples to the lab.  The Jerome County drug testing tech must possess good communication skills, the ability to work with a diverse population of clients, and attention to detail for records and requirements documentation. The work is performed under the supervision of an elected official or department head, with latitude allowed for independent judgment and initiative. Work is usually performed in an office environment at no more than 19 ½ hours/per week.  

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (illustrative only and may vary by assignment)

  • Enters data into computer and prints out drug testing requisition form for each sample that is sent to the averhealth lab;
  • Conducts drug and alcohol testing using assigned instruments and records results;
  • Interpret test results and instruct client on next steps, depending on the individual’s program;
  • Processes out going drug test samples and will take samples to required drop off  mail location;
  • Maintains accurate documentation;
  • Responds to commissioners, elected officials, county employees and citizens questions and comments in a courteous and timely manner;
  • Performs time management and scheduling functions;
  • Keeps immediate supervisor fully and accurately informed of concerning work progress, including present and potential work problems and suggestions for new or improved ways of addressing such problems;
  • Communicates and coordinates regularly with appropriate co-workers to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of interdepartmental operations and activities;
  • Maintains strict confidentiality in all cases;
  • Assists other departments and county employees as needed or requested;
  • Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with county policies, procedures and safety practices.


  • Performs other duties as assigned. 


The requirements listed below are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required for an individual to satisfactorily perform each essential duty and be successful in the position. 




Knowledge of:


  • Drug testing techniques and instrumentation requirements;
  • Accurate documentation;
  • Basic computer knowledge;
  • Customer service procedures and techniques.

Skill and Ability to:


  • Correctly use the instrumentation essential to carry out testing activities.
  • Speak clearly and communicate accurate information to others;
  • Listen carefully to, understand, and effectively communicate through oral, written, and interpersonal communication channels;   
  • Follow verbal and written instructions;
  • Work independently and exercise initiative, with general guidance and supervision;  
  • Use good judgment to make sound and reasonable decisions and problem-solving skills to respond to customer service needs in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and established policies;
  • Maintain a professional demeanor at all times;
  • Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time-sensitive deadlines;
  • Demonstrate integrity and ingenuity in the performance of assigned tasks and solving problems;
  • Perform all duties in accordance with County policies and procedures with regard for personal safety and that of other employees and the public;
  • Maintain strict confidentiality.



  • High school diploma or GED;
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities to successfully perform the essential functions of the position may be considered;
  • Must successfully pass background investigation relevant to the position and remain in good standing for the duration of employment with the county. 



The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this classification.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  


While performing the duties of this classification, the employee is frequently required to stand, sit, bend, stoop, use hands to keyboard or type, handle or manipulate papers and file. The employee may lift/move office supplies or other items weighing up to 25 lbs.  Specific vision abilities required by this classification include close and distance vision to examine documents and perform computer work. Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing abilities required by this classification include those which permit the employee to discern verbal communication and communicate effectively in person and by telephone. While performing the duties of this classification, the employee works in an office setting where the noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The employee may be exposed to persons who are incarcerated or involved in controversial situations.