The Jackson County Ambulance Service received an EMA Grant Donation and is the proud recipient of new CPR Training Equipment through a cooperation with SIH-St. Joseph’s Memorial Hospital and ICAHN (Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network) we were awarded 12 new adult and infant training mannequins with active student feedback, and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) trainers to enhance our efforts to provide CPR training to our community.
Pictured: Awarding the new equipment SIH-St. Joseph’s Memorial Hospital Administrator Susan Odle and Nurse Executive Johnna Smith. Representing JCAS Director Kenton Schafer, Training Captain Stephen Roberts, and Paramedic Instructor Nicholas Petz.
The Resource Conservationist will provide conservation assistance to landowners/occupiers through planning, surveying, designing, and reporting of conservation practices, and well as assist NRCS with administrative work.
This candidate should have strong written and verbal skills, computer skills, and customer service skills with the ability to multi-task, be self-motivated, organized, and work independently. Knowledge of both natural resources and conservation management practices is preferred. Natural resource related field experience is desired.
This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary is based off experience. A valid driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance is required, as well as a Federal background check. Jackson County will be accepting resumes through July 15th, 2020. All interested candidates should send a resume and references to Jackson County Soil & Water Conservation District, 1213 N 14th St. Murphysboro, IL 62966 or via email at email@example.com.
Jackson County Soil and Water Conservation District is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.