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York County Hiring Public Safety Workers

YORK-York County is recruiting for several public safety positions including deputy sheriff, firefighter, and 911 dispatcher. York County’s benefits package includes health insurance, paid time off, retirement, and tuition reimbursement. Individuals interested in working with state-of-the-art technology and facilities should visit the York County job listings under human resources at www.yorkcounty.gov.

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