Owensboro is looking for talented individuals who are passionate about finding a job. Have you always dreamt of being a police officer or a fireman? Well, get your resume ready to find the perfect job of your dreams. There are many positions available so here's your chance to make a difference in the community.
If you're looking for a new job or you want to make a job change, any of these open positions may fit the bill with the City of Owensboro.
Which of these positions suits you best? Take a look at pay offered, benefits, qualifications required, job descriptions, and more by clicking on each job title listed below.
Category: Building & Safety / Public Safety / Professional / Fire & EMS
Department: OFD, Administration
Fire Safety Specialist for the Owensboro Fire Department will be assigned duties within Fire Prevention and Community Services. This is a part-time professional position actively engaged in the enforcement of fire code regulations and educating the public about fire safety. This position will typically work 20 hrs/week.
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR LATERAL TRANSFER FIREFIGHTER, YOU MUST BE CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AS A FULL-TIME FIREFIGHTER WITH ANOTHER FIRE DEPARTMENT. Applications are accepted year-round for this position. However, the City will only review and consider applications as vacancies occur.
Category: Public Works / Maintenance / Grounds & Landscaping
Department: PW, Grounds
Performs maintenance on grounds, equipment, property, and facilities. Employees in this classification have apprentice-level competence in one or more trades and some knowledge and ability in several others. Assignments may vary.
A packet with test session options, test sites, mandatory forms, and further information will be emailed to applicants at a later date. Please call 270-687-8861 if you have any questions. Patrols assigned beat on foot or in/on appropriate police vehicles in order to: control traffic, prevent crime, prevent disturbance of peace, and arrest violators.
Safety sensitive positions are regulated under the Dept. of Transportation. Estimated to work an average of approximately 20 hrs. per week. Transit operations are based on a Monday through Friday and 1/2 day Saturday schedule; closed Sundays.
Patrols assigned beat on foot or in/on appropriate police vehicles in order to: control traffic, prevent crime, prevent disturbance of peace, and arrest violators. May be assigned to other units as well.
Now, go get that job of your dreams!
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