Wayne County Job & Career Fair
Curtis L. Ivery Downtown Campus
1001 W Fort St
Detroit, MI 48226
Denise Wellons-Glover Welcome Center
8200 Outer Dr W
Detroit, MI 48219
by Appointment Only
- Schedule an Interview for a job posting listed below
- Complete and Submit the Application
- Complete the COVID-19 Screening Form that will be sent to the email address you supply while scheduling your interview
Please be sure to bring the following to your interview:
- Driver's License or State ID
- Two Professional References
- Transcripts and/or Certifications
We will be adhering to the recommended COVID-19 guidelines:
- Masks will be required
- Maintain a distance of 6 feet
- Complete the COVID-19 Screening questionnaire
We will be interviewing for the following positions:
Under the direction of the Department Executive 7, the Contract Manager will manage the contracts of the Wayne County Sheriff's Office by tracking contract end dates, extensions, and modifications to ensure compliance to the contract deliverables by both the County and the vendor and conducting contract strategy meetings to identify issues, client requirements and milestones. Additionally, the Contract Manager will track, reconcile, and prepare journal vouchers for revenue and expenditures; process unidentified wire transfers and process mortgage surplus payments; prepare and analyze financial statements; monitor accounts payable to ensure prompt payments, and oversee the purchasing and distribution of the inventory at the Jails.
The Executive Assistant provides a high-level administrative support to the Department Director of Health, Human & Veteran Services. Duties include: managing office functions; supporting the DHHVS Director and Division staff; creating spreadsheets; handling information requests; researching issues; tracking documents; ensuring projects stay on track; helping to manage and track HHVS-related contracts; and monitoring assignments and critical dates to ensure deadlines are met. Performs clerical functions, such as preparing letters, memos and emails, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, scheduling Zoom and others meetings, as requested or required.
Land Record Analysts work in the Register of Deeds office performing, highly difficult, complex, and responsible work while servicing customers. Typical duties and responsibilities include; reviewing property related records for completeness and compliance with Michigan statutes, registering records in the land records database, searching the land records database for documents, performing extensive and complex property searches using the tract books, and cashiering. Land Record Analysts interact with customers directly at the customer service station and when responding to telephone inquiries. On a daily basis, Land Record Analyst use computers, label makers, image scanners and receipt printers when performing their principle duties and other duties as assigned.