Hodgeman County is located in south west Kansas and offers a rural setting with two 3rd class cities, Jetmore and Hanston. Hodgeman County website is at: https://www.hodgemancountyks.com/.
Hodgeman County residents place a high priority on education. The County serves as the primary home to the USD 227 public school district; another five school districts cross county lines into adjoining counties. Various school resources can be found at http://www.usd227.org/
A wide variety of recreational opportunities is available in Hodgeman County. City of Jetmore offers a 9-hole golf course complete with ranges, fairways, tee boxes, and cart rentals. The golf course Club house also gives our golfers a place to cool off during a big game or just to kick there feet up. Also in the City of Jetmore is the Hodgeman County Swimming pool located near the Fair Grounds. Enjoy the diving board, slide, and gazebo all while being pool side! Swimming, skiing, boating and fishing are available at the Jetmore City Lake or nearby Horsethief Reservoir. Fishing is also available at the Hodgeman County State Lake. Hunters find a variety of game birds and deer in season. Naturalists can appreciate a stroll through Buckner Park or Kenyon Nature Park.
Hodgeman County is a safe community with low crime rates and proudly calls themselves the sunset capital of Kansas. City of Jetmore is also home to the Hodgeman County Health Center (HCHC) and the O'Shea Clinic, providing our community with a variety of levels of medical care. HCHC offers health and wellness services such as Acute and Emergency care, Out-Patient Service, Surgery, in-house Physical Therapy, an up-to-date Wellness Center, Diagnostic Services, and other associated services
Hodgeman County offers employees choices in each of these categories:
· Medical – Premiums for single, married, Employee + child, or Family are paid for by the employer. Plans cover prescription medicines, dental, and bascic vision (see plan information)
· Employee Life Insurance
· Accidental Death & Dismemberment
· Health Care Reimbursement Accounts (AFLAC)
· Supplental health, accidental, and life polices are available through the following vendors: AFLAC, Washington National, Liberty National
Employees become members of either the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS)
· KPERS Life – KPERS provides life insurance equal to 150% of a members annual salary.
· Group Optional Life $5,000 to $200,0000 coverage may be purchased.
LEAVE and HOLIDAYS
Employees accrue 10 days of vacation for 1-10 years of services and 15 days after 10 years of service. Full time employees are also entitled to sick leave with pay. Hodgeman County employees enjoy legal holidays as established by the Board of Hodgeman County Commissioners. Comp time is also allowed to be accrued up to 240 hrs for non-public safety employees and 480 hrs for public safety employees. Bereavement leave is also provided to employees
Hodgeman County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We value diversity in the workplace. Men and women of all ages, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, religious and political affiliations, national origins, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Hodgeman County does not discriminate against individuals in the admission to, or employment in, county programs or activities.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
Hodgeman County is committed to a Drug-Free Workplace. Completion of an application does not constitute an employment contract or an offer of employment. Employment with Hodgeman County is considered “at-will”. Employees are subject to all Hodgeman County Policies and Procedures.