Released: March 9, 2022
Delaware County is making progress towards its plan to resume full operational control and management of the George W. Hill Correctional Facility in early 2022 and is looking to fill many open positions spanning a variety of sectors, including security personnel, IT personnel, HR/Administrative support, Deputy Wardens, Program Coordinators, and more.
The County is also actively hiring staff for the new Delaware County Health Department, the Delaware County Courthouse, the County Sheriff's Department, Fair Acres, the Bureau of Elections, the Medical Examiner’s Office, Human Services, and the County's Park Police.
To help residents interested in applying for these positions, the County is holding a Job Fair on March 12 and 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Delaware County 911 Center, located at 360 N. Middletown Road in Media, PA.
Attendees will have an opportunity to meet the Recruitment Team to discuss open positions to gain a better understanding of the job duties, the benefits offered, and have the team review their resume and skill set to determine if they are a candidate for that position (or give recommendations for different positions that might be a better match).
Interested applicants are advised to bring copies of their resume and will have the opportunity to apply in person during the fair. On-site interviews may be held for qualified attendees.
Full-time positions include: Correctional Officers, Administrative Assistant, Autopsy Technician, Bereavement Counselor, Case Managers, Caseworkers, Clerk Typist, Client Information Center Representative, Court Information Officers, Domestic Relations Officer, Executive Assistant, Fiscal Clerk Positions, Forensic Investigator, IT Help Desk, IT Project Manager, IT Specialist, Judicial Support Assistant, Judicial Support Technician, Maintenance Manager, Maintenance Technician, Marriage License Clerk, Office Manager, Re-entry Case Manager, Senior Financial Clerk, Social Services Aides and more.
Additionally, Delaware County Elections is looking for a number of short-term workers for the upcoming May primary, with positions ranging from a single-day to 6 weeks or more. Positions include hotline staff, ballot processers, drivers, and general administrative help. Details can be discussed during the Job Fair, and training will be provided to all interested individuals. High-performing temporary hires will be considered for future full-time positions.
Positions offer competitive employee benefits as well as opportunities for advancement. Interested individuals can also review open positions and apply online at delcopa.gov/jobs.