Bannock County Human Resources
Come join our team!
Bannock County has over 400 positions and one could be an excellent career for you.
Benefits of working for Bannock County:
- Competitive Pay
- PERSI retirement plan
- Medical Insurance with low premiums and deductibles
- Paid life insurance
- Paid holidays
- Paid sick and vacation leave
- See “Compensation and Benefits” below for details
Forms and Applications
Equal Opportunity Employer
Bannock County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide Veterans Preference as described in Idaho Code §65-503. If you need assistance with applying for a position or would like to request an accommodation please contact a Human Resources professional at email@example.com or call 208-236-7297.
Job Openings in Bannock County
GET JOB ALERTS
Bannock County Human Resources sends email notifications for newly posted job openings on Fridays. You can sign up with your email address to receive notifications.
Sheriff's Office Job Openings:
You will be prompted to complete the Bannock County Law Enforcement Employment Application Attachment. Please turn in to the Sheriff’s Office at 5800 S 5th Avenue in Pocatello. A notary is available at the Sheriff’s Office for free.
Call (208) 236-7111 for questions.
Juvenile Justice and Detention Job Openings:
You will be prompted to complete and attach the Bannock County Juvenile Justice Employment Application Attachment
Bannock County will notarize this document for free at the County Courthouse at 624 East Center Street, Pocatello, ID 83201.
Bannock County is committed to a fair and transparent approach to position classification and employee compensation. Position Descriptions are written by department heads or elected officials, reviewed and provided a recommended pay grade by Human Resources, and approved by the County Commissioners in an open meeting.
Criteria for determining pay levels:
- Fiscal responsibility
- Professional judgement
- External labor market
- Internal alignment and equity
Bannock County seeks to provide compensation that is competitive with other Idaho counties of comparable size. Compensation includes salary and benefits for regular employees and elected officials. Part-time and temporary employees are not eligible for benefits.
Salary is provided based on rates assigned to positions through classification. Most placements are at the minimum step of the assigned grade. Exceptional placements may be authorized by the County Commissioners in an open meeting.
Benefits are provided to full-time regular employees and elected officials
Retirement through PERSI is one of our most attractive benefits. PERSI is among the nation’s strongest retirement programs. It is a hard to find Defined Benefit plan which provides benefits to vested members for life.
|General member contribution amount||General member employer contribution amount|
|Public safety officer contribution amount||Public safety officer employer contribution amount|
Bannock County participates in the Government Employees Medical Plan (GEMPlan). GEMPlan provides insurance for health, dental, vision, pharmacy, life, and mental health; with low deductibles and employee contributions.
- Monthly payments are $22 monthly for the employee and $32 for each dependent.
- Yearly deductibles are $500 per individual or $1,000 for the family.
Additional benefits and features can be found in the plan summary.
Employees may purchase optional supplemental insurance at group rates through AFLAC and make payments through payroll deductions.
Bannock County provides the following life insurance at no cost to the employee:
- $10,000 life insurance on the employee
- $1,500 on the spouse
- $1000 on each child
- The lesser of $150,000 or 2x the annual salary on the employee
- The lesser of $150,000 or 2x the annual salary on the employee for accidental death
Employees have the option to purchase optional supplemental life insurance and accidental death & dismemberment at group rates through LifeMap and NCPERS.
Vacation leave accrues each pay period an employee works at least 56 hours. Any excess over 240 not used during the year in which it accrues will be forfeited on December 31.
|Length of Service||Accrual Per Pay Period|
|< 5 years||4 hours|
|5 years to <10||5 hours|
|10 years to <15||7 hours|
|15 years to <20||8 hours|
|20 years or more||9 hours|
Sick leave accrues at the rate of 4 hours for each pay period an employee works at least 56 hours. Sick leave can accrue to a maximum of 720 hours, and no additional sick leave will accrue until the employee’s accrued hours are reduced below the maximum.
Ten official holidays are provided for full-time regular employees:
- New Year’s Day – January 1st
- Martin Luther King, Jr./Human Rights Day – Third Monday in January
- Presidents’ Day – Third Monday in February
- Memorial Day – Last Monday in May
- Independence Day – July 4th
- Labor Day – First Monday in September
- Columbus Day – Second Monday in October
- Veteran’s Day – November 11th
- Thanksgiving Day – Fourth Thursday in November
- Christmas Day – December 25th
Some additional benefits may include:
- Long Term Disability Insurance
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Blue Extras
- Nurse line
- Employee Assistance Programs
- Health Fairs
- Flexible Schedules
- Military leave
The life, health, and safety of employees and individuals who receive County services is always a priority. Incident reporting comes after individuals are removed from danger and appropriate medical treatment is administered.
Employees must promptly provide a detailed and factual report if they are involved in, or witness, an incident where an individual is injured or County property is damaged. Near misses and unsafe situations shall also be reported.
Anyone can report a safety concern by contacting Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 911 for emergencies.
Incident Reporting Forms:
Helpful Information and Links
Human Resources Office
624 East Center Street, Room 106
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: (208) 236-7297
Fax: (208) 236-7022
Our Commitment to Employees
To be trusted strategic partners to elected officials, leaders, and all employees to enable Bannock County to attain a higher degree of accountability, respectfulness, responsiveness, safety, and joy at work.
- to help County leadership hire and develop highly qualified individuals;
- to create and maintain a culture of respect, safety, collaboration, and excellence; and
- to strengthen policy, systems, and programs.
Bannock County Courthouse
624 East Center
Pocatello, Idaho 83201