Pike County Looks to Hire Temporary Workers to Repair Flood Damaged Land

A temporary employment opportunity is being provided through a partnership between Pike County, OhioMeansJobs, and The Workforce & Business Development Program.

The county is looking two hire two work crews and support staff to assist with clean up and repair of public lands and roads that sustained damage from the heavy rains and flooding that took place in February.

The county will hire 12 laborers, 2 Disaster Grant Supervisors, and 1 Disaster Grant Case Management Assistance.

The temporary positions are funded by a National Disaster Dislocated Work Grant which runs from August 1st through December 31st.

Complete details can be found at OhioMeansJobs.com

Information on the Laborer positions can be found HERE

Information on the Grant Supervisors positions can be found HERE

Information on the Case Management position can be found HERE

For additional information, you can also contact Pike County Community Action at 740-289-2371. You can apply in person by visiting OhioMeansJobs-Pike County, located at 941 Market Street in Piketon.

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