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The Town of Holly, Colo., is accepting applications with resume for the position of town administrator. The Town of Holly is a small statutory municipality located in southeast Colorado along Highway 50 near the Colorado/Kansas state line. The municipality owns, operates and provides electric, water, wastewater and garbage/landfill services to residents.
The town administrator performs highly responsible management, administrative and professional duties as the chief executive officer of the Town government. Employees of this class are expected to exercise a high degree of independence, initiative and professional expertise in the administration and day-to-day management of the Town in accordance with policy established by the board of trustees, town, state, and federal laws, regulations and guidelines. An important aspect of this position is the very high profile as the Town’s chief executive officer and the overall responsibility for all Town departments. The individual filling this position serves at the pleasure of the board of trustees.
The position is full time permanent and offers salary with benefits. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in public administration, political science, business management or a closely related field, and two years of responsible administrative, municipal, public agency or private sector background. Master’s degree in public administration preferred. These requirements are subject to change by the board of trustees on a case-by-case basis.
Current job description and application are available online at: www.townofholly.com Interested applicants must submit application with resume (to include three work-related references). EOE. Position open until filled. Send information to: email@example.com or mail to Town of Holly, PO Box 458, Holly, CO 81047. Fax will not be accepted. Posted 1/5/2018.
Water Service Employee
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The City of Fairbury, Neb., seeks applicants for a water service employee. The position will aid in the construction, operation, and maintenance of the City water and sewer systems, and perform other duties as necessary. The applicant must be mechanically inclined to conduct routine and special maintenance and have the ability to operate heavy machinery. Ability to read and understand mechanical plans a must. Ability to utilize computers and technical tools required. Applicant must be able to respond to emergencies, and must be able to conduct weekend checks of the treatment plant and wells on rotating basis. Excellent communication skills are required. It is a condition of employment that the individual possess a current Nebraska water operator certificate, grade 4, or obtain such within six months of hire. Finalists must possess a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving history. Post-Offer Employment Testing (POET), including but not limited, to drug screening, criminal background check and a Physical Capacity Profile will be required. Position will remain open until filled. Candidates must submit a resume and completed job application to Collin Bielser, city administrator, P.O. Box 554, Fairbury, NE 68352. A job application form is available at City Hall or at www.fairburyne.org. Please contact Water Superintendent Jeff Sweetser at (402) 729-3648 for additional information and a detailed job description. The City of Fairbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
City Treasurer/Deputy Clerk
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The City of Kimball, a full-service City in Western Nebraska, seeks a full-time city treasurer/deputy clerk. The position provides highly responsible and complex financial support to the Mayor, City Administrator and City Council. Plan, direct, and oversee the functions and operations of the City Treasurer’s Office. Coordinates and is responsible for accounting, budgets, auditing, payroll and purchasing services. In the absence of city clerk performs duties as required. Prefer a college degree and/or experience in a related area. Salary is commensurate with experience. Submit cover letter, resume and salary history to: Mayor Keith Prunty, City of Kimball, 223 South Chestnut, Kimball, NE 69145. For additional information call City Administrator Dan Dean, 308-235-3639 or visit www.kimballne.org/jobs. Open until filled. EOE. Posted 1/2/2018.
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The City of Curtis, Neb., is taking applications for a full-time electric lineworker. Curtis operates electric systems in Curtis and Maywood and a 6 mile long 12.5KV transmission line between the two towns. Must be able to perform skilled line work of overhead and underground transmission and distribution systems. The position offers retirement, full family health insurance, sick leave, paid holidays, and vacation. Applications and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. Contact Doug Schultz at (308) 367-4122 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Send resume to City of Curtis. P.O. Box 6, Curtis, NE 69025. Posted 12/22/18.
David City, Neb.
Line Worker 1 or Apprentice Lineworker
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The City of David City, Neb., is currently accepting applications for the position of lineworker 1 or apprentice lineworker. Examples of work: Participates in construction, installation, maintenance and repair of electrical distribution lines; sets poles, strings wire and hangs or installs transformers, lightning arresters, cutouts, cross arms and insulators and related components; performs lineworker tasks in constructing 2,400 to 13,800 volt lines; and stand a regularly scheduled standby watch. Must have a valid Nebraska CDL driver’s license. Wages are determined by employee pay scale. Full benefits within six months of hire date. Application and job description forms may be obtained from the City Office at 557 N. 4th Street, P.O. Box 191, David City, NE 68632. Phone: (402) 367-3135. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Posted 12/13/17.
David City, Neb.
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The City of David City (pop. 2,915), located in Southeast Nebraska, 50 miles from Lincoln and 60 miles from Omaha, is accepting applications for the position of city administrator. Salary is negotiable, based on experience and qualifications. Position includes competitive benefits. David City is the county seat of Butler County and operates under the elected mayor-council form of government with six council members elected from three wards. The city is a full-service community that includes municipal-owned water, sewer and electric utilities. The city administrator is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the city, reports to the mayor and city council, and prepares and presents the annual budget. The applicant should have strong skills in the areas of budget, finance, organizational management, public safety, public utilities, human resource management and grant writing. A bachelor’s degree in political science, public or business administration, or related field of government, or commensurate education and experience is required. The preferred candidate should have at least three years’ experience with a MPA, MBA or similar advanced degree.
Interested candidates should contact the City Office at 557 4th Street (P.O. Box 191), David City, NE 68632. Call (402) 367-3135 to request an application and job description. An application and job description can also be obtained from the city’s website at www.davidcityne.com.
Resume, references and application will be accepted until the position is filled. Office hours are Monday- Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. EOE. Posted 12/13/17.
Services Foreman and Heavy Equipment Operator
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The City of Mitchell, Neb., is accepting applications for the positions of services foreman and heavy equipment operator until the positions are filled. The successful applicant must establish residency within a 15-minute response time of Mitchell and must possess or be able to obtain a mosquito spraying certification. Applications and complete job descriptions are available at the City Offices, 1280 Center Avenue, Mitchell, NE 69357, (308) 623-1523, or email@example.com. The City of Mitchell is a veteran-friendly community and we would encourage those who have served in the armed services to apply. AAA/EEO. Posted 12/11/17.
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The City of Mitchell, Neb., is accepting applications for the position of line worker until the position is filled. This position is responsible for maintaining the cities electrical system. The successful applicant must establish residency within a 15-minute response time. Applications and complete job descriptions, are available at the City Offices, 1280 Center Avenue, Mitchell, NE 69357, (308) 623-1616, or firstname.lastname@example.org. AAA/EEO. Posted 12/11/17.
Nebraska City (Neb.) Utilities
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Nebraska City (Neb.) Utilities is accepting applications for an office manager/accountant. This position supervises the accounting system, prepares annual budget and fiscal year-end reports, oversees utility billing and collection process, and other administrative office duties. Knowledge in computer technology and strong organizational skills required. Minimum three years supervisory and accounting experience with a college degree in accounting or a business-related field required. A detailed job description and application are available by contacting Nebraska City Utilities at 402-873-3353 or on the website www.nebraskacityutilities.com.
Nebraska City Utilities offers an excellent benefit package. Submit applications and resumes to Nebraska City Utilities, 100 Central Ave., PO Box 670, Nebraska City, NE 68410 by December 15, 2017. Nebraska City Utilities is an equal opportunity employer. Posted 11/28/17.
West Point, Neb.
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The City of West Point, Neb., is accepting applications for the electrical department. The job is a full-time position and includes but is not limited to working with high voltage electricity, operating bucket trucks and digger derricks. The position is responsible for the management and operation of the electrical system. Supervises the installation of all electrical services and meters; repairs and maintains all electrical lines, transformers and meters; maintains an updated map of all lines; supervises operation and maintenance of power plant and substations; schedules and supervises department personnel; schedule and maintain safety meetings and training; and works in all types of weather conditions and performs other duties as required.
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license. Bachelors or associates degree preferred, but not required. Five years related experience in utility maintenance and/or construction, to include three years in a supervisory position. City has an excellent benefit package with health and life insurance, retirement, vacation, sick and personal leave and paid holidays. Successful applicant must pass a pre-employment drug test. Position open until filled. Applications/resumes may be submitted to the City of West Point at 444 S Main Street or PO Box 327- 68788. Questions call the City office at 402-372-2466. The City of West Point is an EOE. Posted 11/28/17.
Broken Bow, Neb.
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The City of Broken Bow/Broken Bow Municipal Utilities (Neb.) will be accepting applications for a groundman in the Utility Line Department. Applicants should have completed an instructor led utility line program. Duties will include assisting in the operation and maintenance of the City of Broken Bow electrical distribution system. Starting pay will be between $16.29 and $21.84 based on prior experience and certifications. Applications and job descriptions are available at the Broken Bow Municipal Building at 345 South 10th Ave in the Utility office, and should be returned to the utility office with applicable resume. Applications are available at www.cityofbrokenbow.org and will be taken until the job is filled. The City of Broken Bow is an equal opportunity employer. For more information call (308) 872-6884 or email: email@example.com. Posted 8/28/17.
Full-Time Electric Department
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The City of Neligh, Neb., is accepting applications for the electrical department. The job is a full-time position and includes but is not limited to working with high voltage electricity, operating bucket trucks and digger derricks, trencher, dump truck, loader and backhoe. Must have a Class B CDL or be willing to obtain within three months. City requires on-call rotation and physical ability to work for extended periods in all types of weather. Applicants must be willing to learn operation of electrical generation units and apparatus. Knowledge of electric generation beneficial. City requires the applicant to be willing to work in other departments if necessary. Wages dependent upon qualifications and prior experience. City has an excellent benefit package with health and life insurance, retirement, vacation, sick and personal leave and paid holidays. Successful applicant must pass a pre-employment drug test. Position open until filled. Applications may be picked up at the City office at 202 Main Street or sent electronically by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . With questions call the City office at 402-887-4066. The City of Neligh is an EOE. Posted 9/20/2017.
Falls City, Neb.
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Due to the planned retirement of the current utility superintendent, the Board of Public Works/Falls City (Neb.) Utilities (FCU) is accepting application for the position of utilities superintendent.
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license. Bachelors or associates degree preferred, but not required. Five years related experience in utility maintenance and/or construction, to include three years in a supervisory position. Nebraska Grade 2 water and Class III wastewater operator licenses preferred. Applicant must be highly motivated with a great work ethic. The utility superintendent has direct responsibility for the safe, reliable and efficient delivery of electric, natural gas, water and wastewater services to the community of Falls City, Neb., and FCU service areas. FCU is governed by a five-member Board of Public Works appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the Falls City City Council for staggered five-year terms. FCU employs 33 staff members working in utility operations, consisting of electric generation and distribution, natural gas distribution, water treatment and distribution and wastewater collection. Reporting to the Board of Public Works, the FCU Utility Superintendent is responsible for all aspects of FCU operations.
Starting salary is negotiable. Excellent employee health insurance, six percent pension match, and other excellent benefits. The position will remain open until filled. A more detailed job description and applications are available on the City’s website or at the City Office (2307 Barada Street). Applications can be submitted on the city’s website, emailed to email@example.com, mailed to 2307 Barada Street, Falls City, Nebraska 68355, or submitted in person at the City Office. Posted 10/13/17.
Public Works Superintendent
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The City of Carlisle, Iowa (2016 Est. Pop. 4,249) is seeking a public works superintendent to provide direction over the Carlisle Public Works (water, sewer, streets) Department. This position reports to the city administrator. The public works superintendent performs a variety of duties as set forth by law and the city council to oversee construction and maintenance of transportation, water, and sewer services within the City. The superintendent oversees the water/sewer, and street department staff. The successful candidate shall have a bachelor’s degree in public administration, civil engineering or other related field, or at least five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in a public works related experience. Must have a minimum of a grade 2 certification in water treatment, water distribution and wastewater treatment, or the ability to obtain such certification within an agreed upon timeframe. Candidates subject to pre-employment physical, drug testing, criminal history, background check and be bondable. Annual salary range $65,000 to $70,000. Please submit cover letter, resume and three references to: Andrew J. Lent, City Administrator, City of Carlisle, PO Box 430, Carlisle, IA 50047 Position open until filled. First review of submittals on Oct. 20, 2017. City of Carlisle is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Posted 10/9/17.
Wastewater Plant Operator
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The City of Fairbury, Neb., seeks applicants for a wastewater plant operator. The position will aid in the operation of the treatment plant, assist in plant maintenance, perform sampling activities and perform other duties as necessary. Position will also assist the water department with miscellaneous duties regarding water/wastewater operations. The applicant must be mechanically inclined to conduct routine and special maintenance as well as have the ability to operate heavy machinery. Ability to read and understand mechanical plans a must. Ability to utilize computers and technical tools required. Applicant must be able to respond to emergencies. Must be able to conduct weekend checks of the treatment plant on a rotating basis. Applicant must be able to obtain a Class ‘A’ CDL license. It is a condition of employment that the individual holding this position possess a current Nebraska Wastewater Class 3 license or obtain such within two years of employment. Finalists must possess a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving history. Post-Offer Employment Testing (POET), including but not limited, to drug screening, criminal background check and a physical capacity profile will be required. Position will remain open until filled. Candidates must submit a resume and completed job application to Collin Bielser, City Administrator, P.O. Box 554, Fairbury, NE 68352. A job application form is available at City Hall or at www.fairburyne.org. Please contact Wastewater Plant Superintendent Dennis McAtee at (402) 729-2026 for additional information and a detailed job description. The City of Fairbury is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Posted 10/5/17.
Journeyman or Apprentice Lineman
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The City of Torrington, Wyo., is accepting applications for a journeyman or apprentice lineman with experience in the electric department. Applications and qualifications may be submitted at City Hall, 436 East 22nd Ave, Torrington, Wyo. Must have a valid class A or B CDL driver’s license, or be able to obtain one within 60 days. Must have a high school education or GED. This is a full-time position with benefits and will be open until filled. For more information, contact Dana Youtz at (307) 532-1856 or (307) 532-2422. For applications, contact City Hall at (307) 532-5666, P.O. Box 250, 436 East 22nd Ave, Torrington, WY 82240 or on the web at www.torringtonwy.gov. The City of Torrington is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug and alcohol free workplace. Posted 8/25/17.
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The Town of Julesburg is accepting applications and resumes for an electrical distribution employee. The Town would like an experienced person but is willing to help the right person with education and training. The job is 40 hours per week with the ability to be “on call” when needed. Applicant will be required to work in all departments within the Town with some degree of responsibility. Salary negotiable dependent upon qualifications. An excellent benefit package is offered. EOE. Must have a class B CDL license or the ability to receive within 60 days of employment. Must have a high school education or GED. Background check and drug screening will be performed upon hire and randomly throughout length of employment. Contact the Town of Julesburg, 100 West 2nd Street, Julesburg CO 80737 or (970) 474-3344 for an application. Application or resume should be returned to the above address. Questions regarding the position should be directed to Town Manager, Allen Coyne, at (970) 474-3344 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Position open until filled. Posted 8/17/17