Treasurer Office Personnel


The Elk County Treasurer’s Office is accepting applications for an office clerk.

Qualified candidates MUST BE reliable, dependable, and competent to learn quickly with attention to detail. Must possess knowledge of general accounting and computer skills and the ability to adapt in high demand situations. Duties include answering phones, assisting customers, registering motor vehicles, collecting tax payments, processing driver’s licenses & balancing county funds daily.


Must pass drug test, FBI background check, and KDOR testing to perform duties. 1-3 years of bookkeeping or motor vehicle experience preferred.


Interested candidates should email a county employment application AND resume to or deliver to Elk County Treasurer’s Office at 127 N. Pine, Howard, KS. Application for this position can be found on this page or requested by email OR at the Treasurer’s office in the courthouse.

Elk County is EOE.



Elk County EMS


Elk County EMS is currently seeking individuals interested in becoming a part of the Elk County EMS family. At this time there is a need for certified personnel to fill the recently vacated position of the EMS department.


Elk County EMS, through grants and department funding, will absorb the cost of the training in return for becoming a certified EMT to be employed by Elk County EMS.


Interested individuals need to call 620-374-5911 and talk Ken Mitchell, EMS Director, for further information and requirements.


Elk County Public Works


Elk County Public Works is seeking career minded individuals for full-time employment. Qualified individuals will operate a variety of equipment and perform tasks related to road and bridge maintenance and construction. Such as grading roads, hauling rock, asphalt and sand, installing road signs, and preforming bridge maintenance. The employee in this position will be expected to learn the operation of heavy trucks and equipment.


Applications are available online at or by calling (620)374-2580.

Applicants are subject to drug screen and background check. Full time employment will include insurance and KPERS. Elk County is EOE.

Personal Property Clerk


The Elk County Appraiser Office is taking applications for a Personal Property Clerk.

Requirements are high school diploma or GED, valid driver's license, must possess written and oral communication skills, basic mathematical skills, and knowledge of computers.


This is a full-time position with health insurance,retirement pan, and paid leave.

Applicant must have the ability to pass educational courses as required for the position. Applications with a resume will be accepted until the position is filled.


Applications are available at the Elk County Appraisers Office, 127 N. Pine, Howard, KS 67349. If you have any questions call (620) 374-2832.

Elk County is an EOE.