Total cases in Kansas
(as of May 17)
312,073
Total cases in Harvey County
(as of May 17)
3,649
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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 KSGovJobs 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.

Customer Service Representative I
Health
Full-time position. High school diploma or general education degree required. Prefer some higher education or experience working with the public, good computer skills, and ability to multitask in a busy environment. Job responsibilities include providing clerical support to all staff, operating computer systems specific to public health client tracking, billing and collection, completing chart reviewed and other office functions.


Community Health Nurse
Health
Temporary position, 16 hours per week. Responsible for work involving direct nursing services for clients in open and satellite clinics. Duties include COVID-19 vaccination administration and corresponding recordkeeping. Work is performed with latitude for professional independence, and in accordance with established agency policies and procedures. 

Transport Driver
Community Corrections
Part-time position. Transport juveniles and adults in agency vehicles to and from treatment facilities throughout Kansas, Sedgwick County programs, etc. Qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, valid Kansas Class C driver's license, and a good driving record.


Juvenile Intake and Assessment Worker
Community Corrections
Interview juvenile and compile information for the intake assessment questionnaire, MAYSI-2 and KDAI when applicable, and enters information on a database. Make placements based on assessed needs and county attorney recommendations. Duties are performed independently under the general supervision of the Harvey/McPherson counties community corrections director.


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.