Welcome, and thank you for your interest in working for Harvey County.

We enjoy a safe, enthusiastic work environment with well qualified employees that establish us as an emerging leader in the state. We want you to be here, too. To submit an application for one of our open positions, please visit our job profiles on the HRePartners page by clicking on the position titles listed below.

For more information, please call us at (316) 284-6806, or visit the Harvey County Courthouse, 800 N. Main St. in Newton, Kansas.

Custodian/Building Maintenance

Part-time position. Monday through Friday, 20 hours per week. Late afternoon/evening hours. Must be 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, have a current driver's license and pass a physical. Responsibilities include cleaning, repairs and maintenance of the Courthouse, including snow removal when needed. Position will remain open until filled.

Customer Service Representative I
Fulltime position with benefits. High school diploma or GED is required. We prefer some higher education or experience working with the public, good computer skills and ability to multitask in a busy environment. Spanish speaking is a definite plus. Job responsibilities include providing clerical support to all staff, operating computer systems specific to public health client tracking, billing and collection, completing chart reviews and other office functions. 

Maintenance Worker III
Road and Bridge
Fulltime position. Responsible for the manual, semi-skilled tasks necessary to perform road and bridge maintenance, road construction and equipment operation. Operate graders, backhoe, rollers, loaders and other heavy equipment. Work on patching, grading, hauling and all aspects of the maintenance of paved and gravel roads, as well as bridge repair. Snow and ice removal. Welding experience a plus. Must be able to pass a physical examination and drug test. Requires a Class A CDL.

Executive Director 
Harvey-Marion County Community Development Disability Organization
The Harvey-Marion County CDDO is currently recruiting an energetic, organized individual with strong leadership skills to make a difference in people's lives. This person will work to improve the independence and quality of life for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The successful candidate will have the ability to navigate and coordinate varied services and service providers. The executive director must have the ability to effectively supervise staff and work closely with a board of directors. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. A successful director will also have the ability to learn and understand a complex network of government programs and funding streams. The responsibilities of this position are diverse and richly rewarding.

CDDO is a partner organization to Harvey County. Applications should be submitted by email to Jared Jost, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by noon on June 24.

Detention Deputy I
Correctional Services
High school diploma or GED. No felony criminal record. Ability to deal firmly, but effectively, and supervise prisoners. Ability to work with staff and handle public with tact and courtesy.