- Employment / Hiring Process
Employment / Hiring Process
Thank you for inquiring about employment opportunities with Miami County. It is a primary goal of Miami County to attract and retain qualified employees to provide outstanding service and contribute to the success of the county.
Online Employment Portal
Miami County processes employment applications online through the Miami County website. Candidates may view and apply for an open position by visiting the Job Postings page.
If new to the site, to apply you must first create an online account, then complete the profile, where application information is entered and documents such as a resume may be uploaded. To apply, while logged in to your personal account, select the job you wish to apply for, and submit your application.
The application information you enter is stored as part of your account to make it simple to apply for future job openings, and this information may be updated. It is the responsibility of each applicant to know their account username and password, and to keep the employment information in their account profile up to date.
There is also the option of the 'Notify Me' feature of the Miami County website. Using this feature, you may also select to be notified via e-mail and/or text message when a new job opportunity has been posted.
Please contact the Human Resources Department if you require reasonable accommodation to apply or need additional information.
Employment & Benefits
Miami County positions are considered open until filled. However, applying by the posted closing date of an advertised position assures timely evaluation for consideration of employment.
Once an application is submitted online, Human Resources receives and reviews the application. It may then be forwarded to the hiring supervisor for review. Qualified candidates of interest may be selected and contacted for an interview. After the hiring decision has been made, those interviewed are contacted and informed.
In the event you are not selected for a position, Miami County may consider you for other openings for which you qualify. However, to be certain you are considered for a particular open position, you must apply directly to that position.
All regular, full-time employees are eligible to receive the full package of county benefits. Elected officials are also eligible to receive county benefits, but do not accrue paid leave time. Regular, part-time employees may be eligible to receive certain benefits on a pro-rated basis. Miami County participates in a Section 125 Cafeteria Plan that allows employees' cost of benefits to be paid from salary before taxes. This results in increased spendable income by decreasing taxes. Read through the employment incentives and benefits offered..
Miami County is located in the eastern-central portion of Kansas, bordered on the east by Cass County, Missouri, and the north by one of the highest per capita income counties in the nation, Johnson County, Kansas. Containing 592-square miles, Miami County includes the municipalities of Louisburg, Osawatomie, Paola, Fontana, and the southern portion of Spring Hill. With a population of approximately 30,000, Miami County offers the balance of small-town living with big-city conveniences. Miami County offers living at its best.
Thank you for inquiring about employment opportunities with Miami County!