Jobs in Todd County

Are you interested in employment at Todd County?

You can now apply online by clicking on the Employment Opportunities links below, choose the job title you are interested in and clicking on the Apply link. If this is the first time you are using our online job application, you will need to create an account.

Please note, the application process for Todd County Health and Human Services employment opportunities is slightly different than other county departments, and it is a two step process.  To apply for these positions, you must apply both on the Employment Opportunities and the Merit System Application Center links below. Along with this two step process, applicants MUST take the Merit Exam to be eligible for employment in Health and Human Services. To schedule your exam and find more information about Health and Human Services employment opportunities, please visit the Merit System link below.

Contact Us

Sara Ogren
Chris Pelzer
Interim County Coordinator
All application materials (including resumes, Veteran’s Preference documentation and application supplement forms) must be received by the County Administration Office by 4:30 p.m. on the posted close date. Late application materials will not be considered. The County Administration Office is not responsible for the failure of other agencies, internet services providers or postal services to forward applications by the deadline.Online applications are stored on a secure site. Only authorized employees and hiring authorities have access to the information submitted.

If you do not have internet or access to a computer, you may apply online for a position at one of the following computer-access locations:

Todd County Historic Courthouse – Main Level, Media Room

Todd County Health & Human Services – Lobby

Todd County Main Street Government Center – Veterans Services

Todd County Staples Branch Office – Lobby

Any Public Library

It is important that your application show all the relevant education and experience you possess and that you complete all supplemental questions. Applications may be rejected if incomplete.

Please note:

  •   When submitting your application, provide at least 3 professional references.
  •   Todd County uses email only for all notices relating to your job application.
  •   Todd County uses an online system to schedule testing and interviews.

Reasonable Accommodation

If you need accommodations for any portion of the recruitment process due to a disability, please notify the County Administration Office at 320-732-6155 so that every reasonable accommodation can be made.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Todd County is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, public assistance status, veteran status, disability or sexual orientation.

Employment and Benefit Information:

Todd-Wadena Community Corrections

Full-Time Employment Opportunity


Opening Date: October 31, 2019

Closing Date: Position will remain open until filled.  First round of application screenings scheduled for 11/19/19.

Location: Home office for this position is Long Prairie.  Travel to both counties is required. Primary caseload and travel to other offices may change depending on the needs of the agency.

Job Summary: This position includes assessment, investigative services, and supervision of individuals referred and/or directed through the Court and/or Criminal Justice System.

Essential Job Functions and Duties: Duties include, but are not limited to: conducting investigations; conducting assessments; evaluating clients; supervising clients, including, but not limited to, diversion, pretrial, probation and supervised release using evidence-based practices; conducting client contacts both in the office and in the field (including random home and employment checks); attending Court and/or Hearings and Release Unit Hearings; monitoring compliance with court orders and release conditions; attending client related meetings; making recommendations to the Court and/or Hearings and Release Unit; making victim and collateral contacts, conducting urinalysis collections, and performing additional tasks as assigned by the Director or Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications: Minimum qualifications include Bachelor’s Degree in Corrections, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Counseling Psychology, Education, Law, Law Enforcement, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or a Human Services related field; successful completion of a 400 hour internship or volunteer/paid experience as a Corrections Agent or Security Caseworker; valid MN driver’s license and auto insurance; and reliable transportation. Must pass agency background check requirements prior to employment.

Salary: Starting salary range is $20.91 – $31.41 per hour.

Hours of Work: Normal working hours are M – F, 8:00am to 4:30pm.  Some non-traditional hours are required.

How to Apply: Contact Katherine Langer, Director, at or 320-732-6165, for an application packet.

“An Equal Opportunity Employer”Current Volunteer Opportunities            
Volunteer Application FormEach job posting contains information on the duties of the position and minimum job requirements.  Top candidates who meet the minimum requirements and the specific needs of the vacancy are referred to the hiring manager for consideration.

Scoring of applications for candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will consists of ratings on education and experience as presented on the application submitted.  Applications are scored on a 100 point scale.

Veteran’s preference points are included in the score if:

  1. the applicant has completed the veteran’s preference section of the employment application,
  2. the applicant receives a passing score,
  3. the supporting documentation is provided and
  4. the claim for preference is approved.