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Current Job Openings


.Employment Opportunity

Grant County
Sheriff’s Office Administrative Assistant

Grant County Sheriff’s Office has a job opening for an Office Administrative Assistant.  5 days, 36-40 hours per week.  Starting Salary is $32,000 or negotiable based on experience.  Benefits including paid vacation, sick leave, Sanford Health single policy fully covered by employer & partially covered family policy insurance is available for this position. Background check done upon application. For a job application click here. For a comprehensive job description click here.

To Apply:

To apply submit application, resume and letter of application to Garrett Harding, Grant County Sheriff, PO Box 259, Carson ND  58529 or email to:

**Position Open Until Filled**

Election Poll Worker Job Opening
Serve Your Community - Be a Poll Worker

Grant County is looking for individuals who are:
a United States citizen;
at least 16 years of age;
and a resident of Grant County
to serve as poll workers for the 2024 election cycle.

Upon being selected, you will be required to:
attend 8 hours of training;
participate in setting up the precinct on Election Day;
and be willing to work the entire Election Day.

Hourly wages and mileage will be paid for training and election duties.

To apply, complete the Auxiliary Board Application or pick up an application at the Grant County Auditor/Treasurer office.

Please send application by March 31, 2024 to:
Sara Meier, Auditor/Treasurer
PO Box 227
Carson, ND 58529

Candidates or their relatives are not allowed to serve on the election board or as a poll clerk.

It is the policy of Grant County to provide equal employment opportunity so that no person shall, on the grounds of race, religion, sex, color, national origin, marital status, age, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or any physical or mental disability which does not prevent satisfactory performance at work, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefit of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity undertaken by the County.