Located in the west central portion of Michigan's lower peninsula Osceola County is perfectly situated to enjoy rural living with easy access to amenities typically found only in larger communities!
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Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan is conducting a Community Needs Assessment to gauge the needs of older adults in Western Michigan. Click to complete a survey which is due by Feb. 24, 2019.
Director of Central Dispatch: Mecosta/Osceola Consolidated Central Dispatch Authority is seeking a highly-qualified individual for the position of Director of Central Dispatch. Click to review the job posting. Applications due March 15, 2019.
Osceola County Parks Summer 2019 Recreation Intern Position: The Osceola County Parks Commission is seeking a Summer Recreation Intern for the 2019 Camping Season. If you believe you may be interested, go to the Parks Department Announcement page to learn more!
Osceola County Planning Commission Vacancies: There are several openings on the Osceola County Planning Commission. Meetings are normally held the third week of January, April, June, and October at 4:00 p.m. in the County Courthouse, 301 W. Upton, Reed City, Michigan. If you would like more information or to serve on the Planning Commission, please contact Dan Massy at 832-7397.
Osceola County's Medical Examiner:
Joyce L. deJong, D.O., Professor & Chair, Dept. of Pathology
WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine
300 Portage Road, Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Telephone: (269) 337-6173
Emergency Medical Services has NEW REDUCED WORK SCHEDULE for full-time Paramedics. See Employment in the Government section for job posting and job description. Please contact E.M.S. Director Jeremy Beebe at (231) 832-6152 with questions.
Job Openings: Osceola County has the following open positions: 77th District Court Clerk, Animal Control Office Manager/Deputy Animal Control Officer PT, Circuit Court Clerk/Deputy County Clerk PT, C.O.A. Home Delivered Meals Driver PT, C.O.A. Home Health Aides PT, C.O.A. Homemakers PT, and E.M.S. Paramedic. For further details, see Employment in the Government section.
Volunteers for Boards and Commissions: Osceola County citizens can volunteer to serve on over a dozen boards, committees, or commissions. You can learn more about these boards, committees, and commissions by reading the program bio sheet and volunteer by completing the Boards and Commissions Appointment Application filed under County-Administrative (Employment, Appointment, Surveys) in the Forms & Worksheets section of the website..