In the midst of a nationwide worker shortage, St. Charles County Government is pushing to hire applicants for open positions across 30 departments dedicated to serving the community. The County will host an in-person job fair on Oct. 11.
St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann says County government is a great place to work.
“We’re the fastest growing county in the state, and county government is big enough to offer you a challenge, but not so big that you’ll get lost in the crowd. Our employees know each other and there’s a family feeling.”
Currently, the greatest need is for 911 dispatchers, corrections officers, and skilled laborers for the highway department.
Along with competitive pay, excellent benefits and retirement pension, County employment provides meaningful work that benefits the community.
On-site job applications and information about positions in a wide range of County services will be available at a job fair Wednesday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Missouri Job Center of St. Charles County, 3757 Harry S Truman Blvd., St. Charles, MO 63301. In addition to the County’s largest needs, visitors can learn about positions across all St. Charles County departments including those related to public health, clerical support, and much more.
Job seekers don’t have to wait for Oct. 11 to see what’s available. The County’s open positions can be viewed and applied for at sccmo.org/Jobs.