Current Openings

How to apply:
Applications can be picked up in the Clarendon County Human Resources office, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Applications will be accepted through mail, fax or email
“Individuals with mobility impairments who need assistance with the employment application process should contact Ms. Linda P. Lemon, Human Resource Director or Ms. Linda J. Taylor, Benefits Coordinator at 803-435-9654.”


Responsible for scheduling, utilization and administration of the Weldon Auditorium and related facilities in a cost effective and efficient manner. Responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, promoting and evaluating comprehensive year-round events and services that meet public demand. May be required to work weekends, and other irregular hours as deemed necessary, sometimes on short notice. Assist with preparing budgets and provide periodic progress reports supervisor. Maintain required financial and other records. Create and maintain the Weldon Auditorium Web Site using a variety of web tools. Schedule and coordinate events in Weldon Auditorium. Propose new ideas to improve the event planning and implementation process. The Event Administrator supervises any assigned technical, clerical and maintenance staff. Prepare necessary materials using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Corel Draw, Photoshop Email and Web Searches. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and tact, organizational and planning ability and be able to respond to customers that may be upset or under stress. Duties are often performed under stressful situations with rigid deadlines. Works under limited supervision of the Recreation Director.


With limited supervision, the County Assessor manages the Office of County Assessor in accordance with SC Statutes and guidelines provided by the County Administrator. Assessor shall List and appraise all real property and mobile homes in the county; except those properties listed and appraised by the SC Department of Revenue. Maintain records necessary for a continuing reassessment program. Search for and discover all real property and mobile homes not currently held on the tax roll and add it thereto. Manage periodic reappraisals and reassessments as required by law and the Department of Revenue. Analyze countywide values to assure assessment uniformity. Be the sole person responsible for the valuation of real property and mobile homes. Requires a minimum three years’ experience in a mass appraisal environment using state-of-the-art CAMA software and systems – preferably for ad-valorem tax purposes, with at least two years’ experience in mass appraisal and assessment administration in South Carolina. Extensive hands-on experience with computer application software for appraisal and data analysis (e.g. CAMA, GIS, EXCEL, ACCESS, etc.) Experience with Patriot Properties ASSESSPRO software is preferred but not required. A Bachelor’s Degree in finance, management, business or related discipline is desired but not mandatory. Other education and experience may be accepted. Completion of training courses from the International Association of Assessing Officials through fundamentals of mass appraisal, or equivalent college level training is desired. Completion of training courses from the Appraisal Institute or equivalent college level training is desired. Current licensing as a SC Certified General Real Estate Appraiser is preferred. Current licensing as a SC Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser may be accepted. Current licensing as a SC Certified General Mass Appraiser may be accepted. Applicants meeting the above licensing requirements from another state may be accepted; provided licensure at the same level can be obtained in SC.




Under the immediate supervision of the Recreation Center Manager, this position is responsible for monitoring a variety of recreation activities at the Recreation Center on a part time basis. May be required
to work nights and other irregular hours as deemed necessary. Reports to the Recreation Center Manager.



The purpose of the class is to provide general field and office technical support and miscellaneous operations duties for the Clarendon County Water and Sewer Department (CCWSD), Work will include interface with contract operations personnel, with the County Engineer and with the Office Coordinator to maintain quality operations of the CCWSD systems.  The class shall be able to communicate effectively with customers to address complaints, billing questions, etc.  The class shall have computer skills to be capable of operating automated water billing system, computer based work order system and prepare spreadsheet based system flow and other operation records.  The class shall assist the County Engineer in preparation of budgets and financial reports.  General field work may include install, maintain and service water meters, water mains and service lines within the CCWSD systems, assist with minor repairs on well systems and with aerated lagoon wastewater treatment facility and collection systems and to perform other semi-skilled work as required. Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Must possess either a current South Carolina Class C water distribution system operator’s license or a current South Carolina Class C biological wastewater treatment operator’s license and be capable of additional licensing as required for work on the CCWSD systems. The class works within a general outline of work to be performed, and develops work methods and sequences under supervision of the County Engineer.


Will be responsible for performing correctional duties involving the care, custody, and control of adult male & female inmates incarcerated at the Clarendon County Detention Center. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and posses a valid S.C. driver’s license.  Must successfully pass a pre-interview physical fitness test (timed push-ups, sit-ups & 1 mile run/walk). Cannot have a conviction for a felony or certain misdemeanors involving crimes of moral turpitude. Must pass all background checks and complete the Basic Jail Officer’s Training Course within the first year of employment. Any employee may be required to work 12 hour shifts or other hours in accordance with recognized FLSA, and may be required to work weekends, holidays and rotating schedules. Applications will accepted until September 11, 2015

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