Employment at the County


Position Description
Office Cleaner

The Pike County Commissioners’ Office is accepting applications from interested individuals for the full time position of Office Cleaner.  Hours are 3:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Must be able to follow both written and oral directions, work well alone or in a group setting, operate basic office cleaning equipment, lift 50 lbs. and possess a valid driver’s license.  A thorough background check and drug test is required prior to employment.  Benefits available.  Applications may be obtained from the Pike County Commissioners’ Office, 506 Broad Street, Milford, PA  18337 or in the top right column of this page. To apply send resume electronically with cover letter to info@pikepa.org subject line “Office Cleaning” or mail or deliver application with resume to the Pike County Commissioners’ Office at 506 Broad Street, Milford, PA   18337.  Pike County is an equal opportunity employer.

Master Gardener Coordinator

The Pike County Master Gardener Coordinator oversees the general function and activities of the volunteer program. The coordinator works under the supervision of the Area Coordinator and State Master Gardener Coordinator. Specific Duties: Serve as the main communication link between the county Extension office and the County volunteers. Communicate information from the State Master Gardener Coordinator’s office to all volunteers; become familiar with information and resources listed in the Penn State Extension Master Gardener Coordinator’s Manual. Provide the information to volunteers when applicable; oversee Master Gardener volunteer projects either directly or by communicating with committee chairs. Approve/disapprove proposed activities based on their educational purpose, the current volunteer manpower available for new projects, and liability; work to recruit, select, and train new Master Gardener volunteers; oversee the county Volunteer Management System (VMS) used for recording hours and continuing education (CE). Provide volunteer recognition; be responsible for evaluating and reporting of Master Gardener outreach activities; complete the annual report due to the Penn State University in October of each year; assure that all volunteers comply with the Master Gardener Policy Statement; assign requests for Master Gardener assistance to individual volunteers or to committees; answer inquiries about the Master Gardener program and serve as spokesperson when needed; chair (or advise) the county Master Gardener Advisory Committee, if applicable; coordinate business/program development meetings for all county Master Gardener volunteers; organize CE opportunities for Master Gardener volunteers; assure that affirmative action requirements are met when recruiting volunteers; present Master Gardener requests for funding (project materials, travel, registration fees, educational resources, etc.) to the Business Operations Manager for approval. Qualifications: Strong organizational and communication skills are required; applicant must have the ability to work well with individuals, committees, and supervisors.

The position is 10 hours per week at $12.00 per hour. 

Apply at this link.
Poll Workers

Pike County is recruiting Poll Workers for the 2020 Election!

Poll Workers are vital to running a smooth and secure election. Processing voters quickly and correctly provides voters with a positive experience, promotes confidence in our elections, and helps to drive up voter participation.

Be a champion of Democracy …
Join our Election Team!

Poll Worker applications are available in the top right column of this page.

Requirements for becoming a Poll Worker:
Qualified candidates must be over 18 years old and registered to vote. Poll workers are required to attend mandatory training prior to each election and are expected to work the entire day from before the polls open at 7:00 am until after the polls close at 8:00 pm.

Description of Duties:
Poll Workers assist voters at the polls by checking in voters, recording voters’ names in official books, issue ballots, provide instruction to voters in marking their ballots, assist voters in using scanners to cast their ballot, and other duties as assigned by the Judge of Elections.
Poll Workers are responsible for setting up the polling location in the morning before the polls open, posting results after the polls close, assisting the Judge of Elections in cleaning up the polling location and packing up the voting equipment to be transported back to the county.

Poll Workers are paid $20.00 + mileage to attend training and $160.00 for Election Day.

2020 Election Dates:  General Primary Election – April 28, 2020
General Election – November 3, 2020
Training Dates - TBA

For more information contact Nadeen Manzoni at the  Pike County Elections Office 570-296-3427, nmanzoni@pikepa.org.

Legal Secretary Pike County Public Defender’s Office

The Pike County Public Defenders’ Office is accepting applications from interested individuals possessing the necessary qualifications for the position of Legal Secretary.  Qualified applicants should have previous work experience in a legal office setting.  Applicants should also have experience preparing and typing letters and Legal documents, scheduling appointments, proper phone etiquette, and have knowledge of Microsoft Office.  Pay will be commensurate with experience with salary range between $28,000.00 and $32,500.00, including County Benefit Package.

Pike County is an equal opportunity employer.  Please return applications, which are available in the top right column of this page, with resume to the Pike County Public Defender’s Office, 506 Broad Street Milford, PA  18337.

Temporary Assitant Public Defender

The Pike County Public Defenders’ Office is accepting applications from licensed Pennsylvania attorneys with resumes for the position of temporary Assistant Public Defender.

Applicants must have practiced law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for at least five (5) years.  Applicants must further have tried to jury verdict both misdemeanor and felony charges and filed appeals to The Superior Court of Pennsylvania.

Pike County is an equal opportunity employer.  Please return applications, which are available in the top right column of this page, with resume to: the Pike County Public Defenders’ Office, 102 East John Street, Suite 1, Milford, PA  18337.

Food Production Supervisor





  • Individual/Family Medical coverage
  • Prescription plan
  • Paid sick/vacation/personal time
  • 12 Paid holidays
  • Life insurance
  • County Pension/Additional Retirement Investment Options
  • Uniforms provided
  • Meals provided

$14.00 per hour starting salary

Job Requirements:

  • Valid Drivers License

Get your application from this page in the upper right of the window under Correction Facility Jobs or call #570-775-5500 to obtain an application

SHARE Housing Counselor

The Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) for Pike, Wayne and Monroe counties are recruiting qualified, motivated individuals for a position as SHARE Housing Counselor in their SHARE (Shared Housing and Resource Exchange) program.  This pilot program matches homeowners willing to share space in their homes with individuals seeking an affordable housing option. At least one of the home sharers must be over the age of 60.  To be considered for this contracted position, candidates must have a strong housing background as well as extensive local home and community-based services program knowledge and experience.     

  • The Housing Pilot contract runs through September 30, 2020, with the possibility of an extension.


  • Bachelor’s Degree with minimum of 15 credits in social sciences or experience/education equivalent.


  • Fulltime 37.5 hours per week with flexible hours to accommodate speaking engagements and appointments with participants.
  • Competitive salary with paid holidays and time off.  
  • Position entails extensive travel between Pike, Wayne and Monroe Counties which will require reliable transportation.


  • Strong knowledge of aging, human services, housing and community resources.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to take initiative, problem-solve and work independently.
  • Strong public speaking skills to conduct presentations, trainings and interviews.
  • Ability to identify and develop educational, marketing and outreach strategies and materials.
  • Experience with conflict resolution.

Comprehensive training will be provided to the selected candidates.
Submit resumes for consideration to Margo Muchinsky at the PA Department of Aging for at: mmuchinsky@pa.gov.   
Resumes will be accepted until close of business on January 3, 2020.  Resumes received after that date will not be accepted.

Questions:  Call 717-783-1548

Transportation Department - Full or Part Time Drivers

The Pike County Transportation Department is currently accepting applications for full time and part time drivers.  Drivers serves the elderly, disabled, and special needs clients by driving them to/from medical appointments, shopping, and other life sustaining services, all while getting paid. Typically, 8-hour work days, 3 days per week, averaging 24-30 hours per week. Looking for staff who is available between the hours of 6am-6pm. Candidates need to have Regular Driver’s License required.

Aging Care Manager I & II

The Pike County Area Agency on Aging is currently accepting applications for a Full Time and Part Time Aging Care Manager I and II positions. If you enjoy helping people and advocate for home and community based care, this is the right position for you. This is a civil service position requiring 3 years of experience in public or private social work, and a Bachelors; OR an equivalent combination of experience and training including successful completion of 12 semester hours of college level courses in sociology social welfare, psychology, gerontology or other related sciences. This position is responsible to coordinate home and community based range of services provided to consumers by our Agency and contractors. This job requires computer skills necessary for data entry of consumer care plan management. Travel is required. Mileage reimbursement available. Applications may be obtained by accessing the Pennsylvania State Civil Service web site at www.scsc.state.pa.us or by calling 570-775-5550.

Job Description

Job Posting


- $17.00 per hour starting salary
- Medical benefits after 90 days of employment
- Paid vacation, sick and personal leave
- All equipment, including uniform and weapon, is provided

Physical fitness standards are attached. Please take the test prior to handing in your application and include the results with the application. Failure to complete the test within the standards does not immediately disqualify an applicant from consideration.

All other mandatory requirements are attached to the application.


Fill out the Deputy Sheriff Application from the left side of this page for an opportunity to join our professional team of deputy sheriffs.

Pennsylvania State Civil Service position requires a bachelor’s degree which includes 12 credits in social sciences. State Civil Services exam required to qualify. Test Announcement Number 2006-713. Apply for exam Online at www.scsc.state.pa.us or call 570-296-3446 for more information. Pike County is an EOE.



  • - $16.50 per hour starting salary
  • - Upon completion of 1 year $18.00 per hour
  • - Upon completion of 2 years $21.13 per hour
    - Upon completion of 4 years $22.30 per hour
    - Upon completion of 8 years $23.52 per hour
  • - Shift differential of .30 cents/per hour applies for 3-11 PM and 11-7 AM shifts
  • - Longevity Pay
  • - Pension
  • - Medical coverage
  • - Paid Sick/vacation/personal time
  • - Life Insurance
  • - Uniforms provided

Call 570-775-5500 for an application or print the application on this page to join our professional team of Correctional Officers.




County Application for Employment


2020 Poll Worker Application

Correctional Facility Job Applications



Deputy Sheriff Application for Employment