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Current opportunities for employment are listed below.  Please download one of the application forms below and submit your application to the appropriate department for the position listed that you are applying for. 

For information about the Surry County Resource and Employment Center, click here.

PAYROLL:  For Surry County Employee access to E-Stub, click here.

 

Employment Application Form:

 

 

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SURRY COUNTY EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

 

Administrative Assistant, Parks & Recreation 

Surry County is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to work in the Parks and Recreation Office.  General knowledge of standard office procedures and office assistance techniques; general knowledge of department functions, organization and policies; general knowledge of business english and spelling; ability to maintain confidential records, perform data entry, operate personal computer and other office equipment, transcribe dictation at a reasonable rate of speed and establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, general public and outside agencies.  Experience with accounts payable is highly desirable. 

The preferred candidate must have any combination equivalent to graduation from high school with additional education/training/experience in clerical and secretarial skills. Interested persons are encouraged to submit a completed county job application form no later than 5:00 p.m. February 16, 2018 to:

Mr. Tyrone W. Franklin
County Administrator
P. O. Box 65
Surry, Virginia  23883

 

Applications can be downloaded in PDF format above, or picked up in person from the CountyAdministrator’s Office located in the SurryCountyGovernmentCenter, 45 School Street, Surry, Virginia  23883.  The GovernmentCenter is open 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Mon-Fri, except holidays.

 SURRY COUNTY IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

  

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