This position installs, maintains, and manages the wireless communications systems for Teton County agencies; coordinates planning and implementation of communications systems and software applications; assures that the technologies used meet the needs of the County.The ideal candidate is a self-starter with excellent customer service skills. Must have at least four years of experience with radio communication systemsResponsibilities include:- Monitor, maintain and troubleshoot County radio systems. - Maintain multiple wireless radio control system gateways interfacing with phone companies, private networks and local government networks. - Program and test radios and maintain system transmitters and infrastructure.
Additional Salary Information: Teton County offers an excellent benefits packages with 100% employer paid medical, vision and dental insurance; employer HSA contribution; paid vacation and sick leave; and a competitive retirement program.
JACKSON HOLE - COMMUNITY
Teton County is a year-round resort community, located in the northwestern corner of Wyoming. It serves as the southern gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and home to three world class ski resorts. Approximately 97% of the land within the county’s borders are held in public ownership – National Park, National Elk Refuge, and National Forest.
Te...ton County offers a unique place to live, offering many outdoor recreational activities, abundant wildlife and open spaces, fine dining, and premier cultural arts offerings. Approximately 21,500 people live in Teton County, but as a resident, you quickly learn that you share your home with over 3,000,000 visitors from all over the world in the summers. Winter visitation averages about 500,000 visitors. Rarely will you find a place where the land remains as wide open and the scenery so spectacular. Jackson Hole still maintains its western heritage and hospitality in the presence of a robust tourist economy.
Teton County is governed by 12 elected officials including the Assessor, Attorney, Clerk, Clerk of Court, Coroner, Sheriff, Treasurer, and a five member Board of County Commissioners. County services include a library, public health, parks & recreation, planning and building, and Fire/EMS services. The county seat is located in the town of Jackson; the only incorporated city within the County. Teton County government employs approximately 350 regular full-time and part-time employees in 18 departments and agencies.