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Aitkin, MN

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Information from Aitkin County's Career Page... We have a lot of pride in our community and we aim to improve the lives of those we serve by maximizing the investment of our funds into programs that serve our population well. We are excited about having a highly engaged, stable and productive workforce that allows us to achieve this goal. Our County is blessed with an abundance of natural resources, lakes, waterways and recreational opportunities. We appreciate your interest in Aitkin County. We look forward to reviewing your application soon.

Our online application process is easy to use, just click on the job title of interest and click the "Apply" link! You'll create an account with your personalized Username and Password. When your account is established, click the "Build Job Application" link to create your online application. Your application can be stored and used to apply for future openings that interest you. Your online application is stored on a secure site and only authorized employees and hiring authorities have access to the information submitted.

Please complete the application form as thoroughly as possible. The information provided on the application will be used to assess your qualifications for the position. Resumes may be included as an attachment to the fully completed application. Pay special attention to the posting requirements as additional items may be required, including certifications, licenses, transcripts and other information. Be sure to include these items with your application.

To ensure consideration, applications and supporting documents must be received by the deadline date and time listed on the job posting. Please contact the Human Resources Department at 218-927-7306 if you have any special needs which may necessitate accommodations in the application/interview process.

Positions within the Health and Human Services Department require Minnesota Merit System eligibility. Visit the Minnesota Department of Human Services website for more information on the Merit System.

All employment is conditioned on a satisfactory background investigation and drug test when applicable. If you are offered an interview, you will need to complete a background investigation screening questionnaire.

Aitkin County provides equal employment opportunity for all, without discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, citizenship, sex, marital status, pregnancy, disability, public assistance status, age, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status, genetic information, local human rights commission activity, or other protected-class status.

Aitkin County is strategically located between the northern Minnesota centers of Brainerd, Grand Rapids and Duluth. We are two hours from the Twin Cities metropolitan area. The County has 365 lakes, 123,000 acres of water (not counting rivers) and 95 miles of Mississippi River runs throughout the County. The highest point in the County is Quadna Mountain which is 1,589 feet above sea level. Residents enjoy visiting the Jaques Art Center which was incorporated in 1996 and is located in the Carnegie Library building. The Jaques Gallery was added in 2004, with the addition of this space the Art Center doubled its space. The County is famous for its recreational assets, it boasts an abundance of trails and lakes including Mille Lacs one of the States most popular and prolific fishing destinations. The Northwoods Regional ATV Trail System runs throughout Aitkin County, residents use these trails all year long. Some of the most beautiful landscapes can be found along these trails. Residents also visit the Long Lake Conservation Center which offers a variety of environmental learning experiences for schools and residents alike. The Center offers hiking trails, ski trails and special school programs so that students are aware of the natural environment surrounding the County and State. Forest land is managed for timber harvest. The County is identified as having more than 80% of pre-settlement wetlands.

Recognizing that a first-class education system is the cornerstone of a strong community, the public schools in the area provide a comprehensive education for over 1,200 learners. The Aitkin School District serves students kindergarten through high school; students are presented with a multitude of opportunities

The Riverwood Healthcare Center (RHCC) has been providing care to Aitkin County and nearby communities since 1955. Riverwood has a 25 bed critical access hospital and was recently recognized as a 5-star hospital. This means RHCC is among the top 7% of hospitals nationwide. These ratings are based on patient experience related to inpatient hospital stays.This facility includes a Level III Trauma Center, Level I Heart Attack program with a strong focus on health and wellness. Riverwood offers community health education seminars, support groups and clinics on several different topics. There are also specialty care services at the Hospital and Clinic.


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