Economic Support Specialist

Application Deadline: 2022-08-12
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Economic Support Specialist
TAYLOR COUNTY
Human Services Department

Starting Range: $19.52 – $22.97
35 hours per week
Excellent fringe benefits to include participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System with 6.5% County Match
Hybrid Remote Work Option

The full-time Economic Support Specialist will provide information about and determine eligibility for categorical aids available through public assistance, interpret and apply federal and state laws and regulations, policy and procedures to individual case circumstances in order to meet the needs of low-income families. Taylor County is a partner of the Northern Income Maintenance Consortium. All Economic Support Specialists within the Northern Income Maintenance Consortium are assigned tasks, which may include primarily call center, intake applications, renewals or ongoing case maintenance as needed. Individual will be responsible for staying aware of program and policy changes and making appropriate referrals to community resources.

Applicant must be a high school graduate or GED equivalent, successfully complete new-worker training courses, keep all matters concerning a case confidential and have good communication and organizational skills.

This position may be allowed remote work for a portion of the work schedule, depending on the needs of the position, organization, work unit requirements and employee’s preference.

A completed Taylor County application is required to be considered for this position. An electronic and printable application is available at www.co.taylor.wi.us/employment/. Applications will be accepted until Friday, August 12, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. by:

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE
224 S. 2ND STREET
MEDFORD, WI 54451
Email: [email protected]

AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

https://taylorcounty.formstack.com/forms/gemp

Deadline Note: Applications will be accepted until Friday, August 12, 2022, at 3:30 p.m.

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