Current Openings

How to apply:
 
Applications can be picked up in the Clarendon County Human Resources office, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Applications will be accepted through mail, fax or email countyhr@clarendoncountygov.org
 
“Individuals with mobility impairments who need assistance with the employment application process should contact Ms. Linda P. Lemon, Human Resource Director or Ms. Linda J. Taylor, Benefits Coordinator at 803-435-9654.”
 
CLARENDON COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WE DO NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, RELIGION, COLOR, SEX, AGE, NATIONAL ORIGIN OR DISABILITY.

FOREMAN PUBLIC WORKS

Under occasional supervision, supervises work crews in the maintenance and repair of County roads. Oversees the use of and operates heavy equipment to perform job requirements. Trains department personnel in the proper operation of equipment and road maintenance techniques. Requires a high school diploma supplemented by three – five years of progressively responsible experience in public works maintenance, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must have a state class “A” or “B” CDL driver’s license.

DIRECTOR

REGISTER OF DEEDS

Under limited supervision, performs administrative and supervisory work in supervising, planning, and directing the activities of the Register of Deeds office in order to ensure the proper storage / retrieval of County records and registration, recording, filling and indexing of all County land records. Work involves supervising clerical staff; reviewing the work of subordinates for completeness and accuracy. Requires a high school diploma or equivalent with experience in business administration or related field and three to five years of experience in Records Management or Register of Deeds Office, one of which must be in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.  Reports to the County Administrator. 

PART TIME STAGE HANDS

Provide assistance to the Technical Director. Responsible for a variety of behind-the-scenes functions on many kinds of productions at Weldon Auditorium. Responsible for building, maintaining, moving, and storing sets.  Provides manual labor for the set-up and tear down of a show, as required by the Technical Director. Take cares of the many changing details in productions at Weldon.  May be required to assist director with sound or light boards. May be required to work weekends, and other irregular hours as deemed necessary, sometimes on short notice. Requires high school diploma. Physically labor intensive. Capable of following instructions and work well with others. Reports to the Technical Director.

APPRAISER II

Under occasional supervision, inspects and appraises real property in Clarendon County for ad valorem taxation using accepted methods and procedures for valuation for the Assessor’s Office and in accordance with South Carolina State law. The Appraiser II is an experienced appraisal position in the Tax Assessor's Office requiring a South Carolina Mass Appraisal License classification or higher and works under minimal supervision to collect and analyze parcel data leading to a value decision. Duties include locating and measuring parcel information, entering and preparing data, analyzing data, valuing, preparing findings, and defending valuations. Requires an Associate’s Degree or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience as required by the Appraiser Qualifications Board that provides the legally required knowledge, skill and ability to hold a Licensed Residential classification or higher appraisal. Must possess a South Carolina Mass Appraisal License classification, or higher. Maintaining an appraisal license is an ongoing mandatory requirement for continued employment in this position. Must possess and maintain a valid South Carolina driver’s license in good standing. Reports to the Chief Appraiser.

CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS

The Detention Center seeks highly motivated, responsible, and committed applicants to supervise and manage adult male and female pre-trial detainees and sentenced inmates in a secure institutional setting. Officers enforce rules, policy, laws, orders issued from the courts; and work closely with other law enforcement agencies and criminal justice professionals. Applicants must meet the following conditions: 21 years of age, clean criminal record, valid S.C. driver’s license, pass drug screen, background, and reference checks, and pass a physical fitness test. Applicants may be required to complete a TABE test at Adult Ed. as part of the hiring process. Must successfully complete Criminal Justice Academy training and obtain Basic Detention Officer Certification (Class 2 LCO) within first year of employment. Must be able to work rotating 12 hour shifts, weekends, holidays, and report for training, meetings, and emergency recall if required. Starting salary for non-certified officers is $24,706. Salary increases to $26,357 upon certification. Certified officers may be compensated at a higher starting wage depending on experience, in accordance with county guidelines. Benefits include: Police Officer’s Retirement, Paid Vacation and Sick Leave, Medical, Dental and Vision Plans, Life Insurance, Deferred Compensation Plans, Paid Holidays, Double Time Pay for Holiday Duty, Free Uniforms and Equipment, Discount Offers at Local Fitness Centers, Promotion Opportunities, Advanced Training Opportunities, Free Annual Health Screening, and moreSo what are you future C/O’s waiting for!!!!