Municipal Job Openings

Aim maintains the following list of municipal job openings as a resource for our members. Here you’ll find the latest job postings from municipalities across the state. In addition to learning about job growth, economic development, and quality of life, you may find that the postings can also provide networking opportunities.

To request that a job posting be added or removed, please contact Erin Jamison-Koenig at [email protected] or 317-237-6200 x 228.

Part-time Deputy Clerk-Treasurer, Town of Akron

The Town of Akron is seeking a Part-time Deputy Clerk-Treasurer. Applications and Resumes will be accepted August 1 through August 23, 2019. Applications and resumes received after August 23, 2019 will not be considered. Applications can be picked up in the Clerk’s Office, 206 W Rochester Street; Monday –Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Applicants must be 18 years of age, hold a valid Indiana Driver’s license and have a high school diploma or its equivalency. The Town of Akron is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Post Date: July 25
Closing Date: August 23

Economic Development Director, Town of Brownsburg

Employee will serve as the Economic Development Director. This position’s primary function will be to implement and manage the Town of Brownsburg’s economic development goals by enhancing the economic base and assessed value of the Town by targeting and attracting new businesses and assisting existing businesses in expansion. The Director will work directly with the Town Manager to ensure adherence to the Town’s adopted Economic Development Incentive Policy and manage the Town’s comprehensive economic development strategy and plan.

Job Posting
Post Date: July 19
Closing Date: Until Filled

Staff Engineer, City of Greenwood

The City of Greenwood is seeking a Staff Engineer.  Please review the job description for a general overview of duties and responsibilities.  This position reports to the City Engineer and is responsible for designing and/or reviewing construction plans, inspecting projects to ensure compliance with ordinances and technical specifications, providing support to City Departments, Boards, and Commissions.  Reviews residential, commercial and industrial development plans and makes on-site inspection for compliance with local ordinances/codes. Serves on Technical Review Committee.  Assists Sanitation, Stormwater, and Street Departments with planning and implementation of infrastructure improvement projects, including evaluating needs, developing long-range plans, receiving and investigating public complaints, inspecting/surveying project sites, and reviewing/approving construction plans, service agreements, bonding and/or legal documents, such as for storm and sanitary drainage and acquisition of rights-of-way and easements. Prepares specification and bid documents for annual Street Department maintenance contracts.  Must possess a Professional Engineer License in the state of Indiana.

Position Posting
Post Date: July 18
Closing Date: Until Filled

Water Crew Foreman, Town of Bargersville

Bargersville is searching for a Water Crew Foreman. The foreman for the Water Distribution crew is responsible for the day-to-day field service duties of the department to ensure proper maintenance and operations of the Utilities water distribution system. Resumes should be sent to [email protected]

Job Description
Post Date: July 18
Closing Date: Until Filled

Water Treatment Plant Foreman, Town of Bargersville

The Town of Bargersville is hiring a Water Treatment Plant Foreman. Essential duties and responsibilities include the following: handle some customer issues regarding water quality; attend meetings and trainings as necessary; ensure all policies and procedures are implemented appropriately; and lead the crew on projects as designated and assure that activities are completed safely, accurately, and efficiently. Resumes should be sent to [email protected]

Job Description
Post Date: July 18
Closing Date: Until Filled

Wastewater Department Operator I, Town Of Zionsville

The Town of Zionsville is searching for a Wastewater Department Operator I. This position performs routine operations and maintenance tasks in the wastewater treatment plant.  This is an entry level position and the employee will learn all aspects of wastewater treatment in a great Town environment.

Job Posting
Post Date: July 15
Closing Date: Until Filled

Transportation & Traffic Engineer, City of Bloomington

The City of Bloomington’s new Transportation and Traffic Engineer will join the organization at the perfect time to have the opportunity to be a part of several projects and initiatives that will shape the community for decades to come. This position serves as the organization’s City Engineer and leads the Transportation and Traffic Services Division. This position is responsible for carrying out the City’s vision to achieve a progressive and balanced transportation system that works for all modes of transportation. This individual will supervise and mentor engineering staff, develop and manage a multi-year capital improvement plan, coordinate closely with high-profile development projects, and serve as a technical expert for infrastructure projects throughout the City. The salary range for this position is $75,000 – $100,000 depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefits package. Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group online. Applicants complete a brief online form and are prompted to provide a cover letter and resume. Open until filled with the first review of applications on August 23, 2019. Please direct questions to Jenn Reichelt at [email protected] or 513-221-0500

Post Date: July 15
Closing Date: August 23

Senior Building Inspector, City of Greenwood

The City of Greenwood is seeking a Senior Building Inspector.  Please review the job description for a general overview of duties and responsibilities.  This position reports to the Building Commissioner and is responsible for performing residential and commercial building inspections, enforcement of State and City building codes regarding building construction and occupancy, assisting with preparation and update of City maps, and maintaining various land development records.  Inspect public improvements during construction in residential and commercial subdivisions and other developments, including maintaining accurate inspection logs, reporting to supervisor, and communicating with developers regarding problems.  Assist Building Commissioner with various functions as assigned, such as reviewing and issuing building permits, interpreting building codes and inspecting buildings during construction. Maintain current knowledge of planning trends and activities in other communities by reading professional publications and periodically attending conferences and seminars.

Job Posting
Post Date: July 12
Closing Date: Until Filled

WPC Laboratory Technician, City of Auburn

The City of Auburn Water Pollution Control Department is seeking a hard-working, self-motivated individual to join our team as a full time Laboratory Technician.  This position primarily assists with collection and analysis of wastewater samples to ensure environmental compliance with regulations, using standard methods and technology. The ideal candidate should have a strong work ethic, excellent problem solving skills, ability to perform moderately complex mathematical equations, be motivated to serve others, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. 

Job Posting
Post Date: June 21
Closing Date: Until Filled

Project Manager (Group Violence Intervention & Special Projects), City of South Bend

The Project Manager leads research and project implementation in support of the City of South Bend and specifically the Deputy Chief of Staff in the Mayor’s Office. The Project Manager will build tools and processes to support communication and accountability across project teams and will promote effective implementation of evidence-based policies in the City of South Bend. The Project Manager’s primary focus (50%) will be the Group Violence Intervention, an evidence-based, multi-agency strategy for reducing gun violence. The Project Manager will promote cooperation, effective implementation, and continuous improvement across City and stakeholder organizations. The Project Manager will work with multiple stakeholders including the National Network for Safe Communities, St. Joseph Community Foundation, Goodwill Industries Inc., and the South Bend Police Department to reduce organizational friction, minimize barriers to communication, and optimize organizational resources. The Project Manager will provide similar management to other high priority projects to support the Mayor’s Office and the needs of the community.

Job Posting
Post Date: June 11
Closing Date: Until Filled

Director of Financial Services (Accounting Manager) – DCI, City of South Bend

The Director of Financial Services (Accounting Manager) – DCI manages and coordinates the financial operations for the City’s Department of Community Investment (DCI). Under the direction of the City Controller, works with the Executive Director of Community Investment to ensure effective fiscal management of DCI’s activities, including various Federal and State grant programs, Tax Increment Financing (TIF) allocation areas, and other departmental programs. Ensures accurate, timely accounting records for DCI and affiliated not-for-profit organizations.

Job Posting
Post Date: May 22
Closing Date: Until Filled

Financial Specialist – Senior, City of South Bend

The South Bend Financial Specialist – Senior performs primary financial management services for the Century Center. Prepares, examines and analyzes accounting records, financial statements or other financial reports; responsible for reviewing event settlements; for general oversight of the box office services and ticket outlet sales; for reconciling bank  statements; and serves as department payroll clerk and purchasing agent; provides assistance to the Civic Center Board of Managers as requested; and assists both private and State-appointed auditors as required.

Job Posting
Post Date: May 22
Closing Date: Until Filled

Zoning Specialist, City of South Bend

The Zoning Specialist (ZS) assists the Zoning Administrator in administering, regulating, monitoring, and enforcing land use ordinances, including the zoning ordinance. The ZS makes recommendations to the South Bend Plan Commission and the South Bend Board of Zoning Appeals. This position advises Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals by explaining policies, procedures, objectives, and actions on specific cases according to legal requirements. Responds to inquiries, provides technical assistance, and assists in the preparation and distribution of minutes, agenda, meeting notices, related documents, and reports as required; interprets and applies knowledge of zoning regulations and comprehensive plan to applications, such as rezoning, variances, special exceptions, improvement location permits, and appeals; and assists in preparation of zoning certifications and permits, including researching computer records, codes, and maps, reviewing documentation, inspecting sites as needed, and explaining procedures and legal requirements

Job Posting
Post Date: May 22
Closing Date: Until Filled

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