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 Part-time Ticket Sales/Gift Shop Clerk - Lackawanna County Trolley Museum


Overview:

Lackawanna County is seeking a part-time Ticket Sales/Gift Shop Clerk for Lackawanna County’s Electric City Trolley Museum and Station. This position reports directly to the Trolley Museum Manager.  The successful candidate will be responsible for the daily operations of Trolley Museum.

Date Posted: 10/15/14

Date Expires: 10/24/14



 Deputy Director for Purchasing - Lackawanna County Department of Administrative Services / Purchasing


Overview:

Responsible for oversight and management of the Purchasing Department. The Department is responsible for sourcing and purchasing a wide range of materials and services used by County agencies and departments. The Deputy Director for Purchasing will also be responsible for the oversight of any joint regional purchasing program implemented by various government entities on behalf of Lackawanna County.

Date Posted: 10/15/14

Date Expires: 10/24/14

 


Chief of Staff – Lackawanna County


Overview:

The Chief of Staff is responsible for providing support to the Commissioners and staff, directing the day to day operations of County government. This position requires extensive knowledge and experience with legislation, policies and public speaking skills.

Date Posted: 06/12/14

 


Coal Mine Foreman - Lackawanna County Coal Mine


Overview:

The #190 Slope was a working Anthracite Mine from 1860 until 1960. Since 1985 it has operated as the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour. This is a historical tour that takes visitors 300 feet beneath the earth into the #190 Slope. Visitors are led on a 1 hour guided tour where they learn of the fascinating methods miners used and what life was like working in the Anthracite Mine.

Date Posted: 01/30/14

 


Part Time Second Technician - Lackawanna County Conservation District


Overview:

This position requires the ability to perform technical work in the field of erosion control as specified within PA DEP’s Chapter 102 Erosion and Sediment Control Rules and Regulations. The primarily responsibility will be to conduct inspections on earthmoving projects throughout the County. The position also involves a variety of duties relating to the administrative and operational requirements of Chapter 102. 

Date Posted: 01/06/14