The Big Horn County Commissioners are dedicated to preserving the health, safety & welfare of our citizens through conservative, responsive, & thoughtful action based on the premise that all people are entitled to fair, equal, & limited government.
This page will be updated as new information is available and will includes useful links, helpful information, and maybe even some humor to brighten your day when we can. The Big Horn County Commissioners are proactively working across all agencies of government to plan for a coordinated response to the COVID-19 virus. The following updates have been issued for the safety of Wyoming Citizens. *****************************************************************************************************************************************
Wyoming Region 6 Hazard Mitigation Plan - Public Review Draft Washakie, Hot Springs, Park and Big Horn Counties
This plan is the product of a 2021 planning process undertaken by the four counties in the Big Horn Basin in Wyoming Region 6 – Big Horn, Park, Hot Springs and Washakie. The purpose is to meet the requirements of the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 (PL 106-390), and thereby maintain continued eligibility for certain Hazard Mitigation – or disaster loss reduction – programs from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This plan updates the 2016 Region 6 Hazard Mitigation Plan including each county annex for Big Horn, Hot Springs, Washakie and Park counties and sets priorities for mitigation in the Region for the time period of 2022-2027.
Maintenance: The Big Horn County Maintenance Department is currently seeking an individual to fill an immediate opening as a Grounds Keeper. This is a full time county position with excellent health insurance, retirement, sick leave and vacation benefits. This position is responsible for grounds and maintenance of County buildings, parks and fair grounds. This position must work well with others, be self- motivated, possess a valid driver’s license, and pass a criminal history background check. Necessary skills include Landscaping, basic understanding of plumbing, and preventative maintenance of equipment, general maintenance, and janitorial skills. Job Description and Application available here or at the County Clerk’s office. For questions about this position, please contact Jeremy Pouska at 307-568-2358. This position will remain open until filled. Job DescriptionApplication Form
The Big Horn County Maintenance Department is currently seeking an individual to fill an upcoming vacancy in Facility Maintenance. This is a full time county position with excellent health insurance, retirement, sick leave and vacation benefits. This position is responsible for maintenance of county buildings and structures. This position must work well with others, be self- motivated, possess a valid driver’s license, and pass a criminal history background check. Necessary skills include basic understanding of plumbing, preventative maintenance of buildings and the equipment, general maintenance, janitorial skills and may include basic landscaping tasks. Applications are available here or at the County Clerk’s office. For questions about this position, please contact Jeremy Pouska at 307-568-2358. This position will remain open until filled. Application Form
Treasurer: The Big Horn County Treasurer’s Office is seeking an individual to provide efficient, effective, courteous and professional service to the citizens of Big Horn County. Responsibilities include: customer service, record keeping, data entry into a computer software system designed specifically for a county general ledger, motor vehicles and property taxes. Strong computer skills are essential. Handling money and accounting skills are beneficial. This office requires outstanding customer service skills and the ability to work well with others. Benefits include health insurance and retirement.
Resumes may be mailed to Big Horn County Treasurer, P.O. Box 430, Basin, WY 82410, hand delivered to the office at 420 West C Street, Big Horn County Courthouse or emailed to: email@example.com
“Equal Opportunity Employer”
Immediate Full Time Grant Funded Position Available
Big Horn County is seeking a full-time employee to serve as its grant Funded Prevention Specialist and Public Health Response Coordinator. We are seeking a dedicated individual who is committed to helping make a difference in our communities to become the County Prevention Specialist (CPS) and Public Health Response Coordinator (PHRC). This position will administer and facilitate the activities of both the County Prevention Grant and the Public Health Response Grants issued by the Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division. This grant-funded position has excellent opportunities for professional development. This position requires a motivated individual that is a self-starter who works well both independently as well as with diverse groups of people and interests. A complete job description of both grant responsibilities is posted on the Big Horn County website. www.bighorncountywy.gov. This positon includes a very generous benefits package including paid holidays, excellent health, dental & vision benefits as well as Wyoming Retirement, vacation and sick leave. Part-time positions for each grant could be a possibility for the right candidates. This position will report to the County Commissioners and Wyoming Department of Health. Salary is commensurate with experience and education. Resumes are to be submitted to the Big Horn County Clerk’s Office, PO BOX 31, Basin WY 82410 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This position will remain open until filled.
Any Big Horn County High School senior, who is not receiving a tuition scholarship and anticipates attending either the University of Wyoming or any of the Junior Colleges of Wyoming, is eligible to apply. (Hathaway recipients are eligible however the need portion of the Hathaway may be reduced depending on individual student) Applications must be received in the office of the County Clerk by May 7th 2021 to be considered. Applications are to be submitted to the following address:
Board of County Commissioners P.O. Box 31 Basin, WY 82410
Applications are available at the High Schools, the County Clerk’s Office in Basin and at the link below