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.

OWQ Wastewater Inspector – SEM 1, Indiana Department of Environmental Management

This senior wastewater inspector position conducts inspections and investigations at National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitted and non-permitted wastewater treatment facilities. This person also serves as a senior staff level member responsible for participating in and assisting with a variety of field staff wastewater inspection activities. This senior level position is responsible for conducting inspections at the most complicated NPDES facilities and is a technical asset to the agency on NPDES facilities. This position contributes to the overall organization and office objectives by assuring the regulated community is continually working toward (or is in) compliance with all applicable federal and state rules and regulations. Senior wastewater inspector positions also conduct other specialized duties involving program goals and program needs. This position is in Indianapolis, IN.

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

Wastewater Inspector – SEM – NWRO, Indiana Department of Environmental Management

This senior wastewater inspector position conducts inspections and investigations at National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitted and non-permitted wastewater treatment facilities. This person also serves as a senior staff level member responsible for participating in and assisting with a variety of field staff wastewater inspection activities. This senior level position is responsible for conducting inspections at the most complicated NPDES facilities and is a technical asset to the agency on NPDES facilities. This position contributes to the overall organization and office objectives by assuring the regulated community is continually working toward (or is in) compliance with all applicable federal and state rules and regulations. This position is in Valparaiso, IN.

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

Supervisor – Operations (Water Treatment), City of South Bend

The Supervisor for Water Treatment Operations supervises water treatment plants using ground water and treat so that it is safe to drink and meet all Safe Water Drinking Act standards. This process includes filtering; disinfecting; balancing the chemistry, taste and odor; and testing for microorganisms. Because these functions occur 24 hours a day, a plant supervisor/operator must sometimes work night shifts. This position requires 24 hour on-call for emergencies and also includes an on-call rotation.

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

Corporation Counsel, City of South Bend

The Corporation Counsel represents and serves as chief legal counsel to the Mayor. S/he supervises all legal counsel, staff and outside (contract) attorneys, research and court advocacy on behalf of the City of South Bend and its administration. Supervises all legal counsel, staff and outside (contract) attorneys, research and court advocacy on behalf of the City of South Bend and its administration.

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

Chief Administration Officer (Director of Central Services), City of South Bend

The Director of Central Services (the “Director”) is a member of the Department of Administration & Finance’s Leadership Team and is responsible for the execution of strategies for the maintenance and sustainable replacement of City assets – including facilities, vehicles, and equipment – and the management of all operations of the City’s Central Services Division. The Director supervises the equipment services, parts room, radio shop, and facilities management teams located in two (2) City facilities and comprised of both bargaining (Teamster) and non-bargaining City employees. In addition, the Director supervises one (1) Executive Assistant.

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

Conservancy Manager, Cordry-Sweetwater Conservancy District

The Cordry-Sweetwater Conservancy District is searching for an energetic, motivational leader to serve as Conservancy Manager in one of the most unique Conservancy District’s in Indiana. Responsibilities include managing day to day operations, overseeing the water utility, managing a team of 12+ employees, analyzing financials and budgets, and assisting the Board of Directors and other various commissions and committees. This position also manages multiple large scale projects including dam repairs, road paving, and water utility projects.

Position Announcement
Post Date: June 10
Closing Date: Until Filled

Director of Parks & Recreation, Town of Merrillville

The Town of Merrillville is seeking applications for the position of Director of Parks & Recreation and Community Center Building Facilities. The Director of Parks and Recreation will be responsible for developing, planning, promoting, maintaining, and supervising department recreational programs, special events, and all part facilities. The position also manages the day-to-day operations of the town’s 84,000 square foot community center that offers basketball, volleyball, running track, rock-climbing wall, fitness center, event center and various community rooms for all Merrillville residents and visitors. This position performs a variety of administrative, supervisory, and professional duties in the management of the parks and recreation activities of the town. Preparations of long-range strategic plans for the department is also a function of this position.

Job Description
Post Date: May 19
Closing Date: June 18

Residential Building Inspector, Town of Whitestown

The Town of Whitestown is seeking a Residential Building Inspector. The town’s ideal building inspector will have International Code Council (ICC) and International Residential Code (IRC) certifications. Under the direct supervision of our Senior Building Inspector, the position will perform technical residential building inspections and limited plans examining work to enforce compliance with building codes, regulations and ordinances.

Position Description
Post Date: May 13
Closing Date: Until Filled

Building Inspector, Town of McCordsville

The Town of McCordsville is seeking an experienced building inspector. This position primary performs inspections of all buildings to ensure compliance with state and local building codes. Minimum 5 years of experience as a building inspector, construction manager, or similar field. ICC certifications are preferred. This position reports to the Director of Planning & Building.

Job Posting
Post Date: May 3
Closing Date: Until Filled

Town Superintendent, Town of Dublin

The Town of Dublin is seeking a Town Superintendent. The position will perform complex supervisory and professional work in planning, organizing, directing, and working alongside employees for the Water, Electric, Street, and Refuse departments including all building and grounds, projects, and programs. The Town Superintendent is appointed by and serves the Dublin Town Council. This position involves a high level of independent decision-making, judgment, and problem-solving during a variety of situations. The candidate will be responsible for ensuring that procedures are followed during all activities including main breaks, power outages, snow, and other storms or events.

Job Posting
Post Date: April 20
Closing Date: Until Filled

Fleet Manager, City of Noblesville

The City of Noblesville is accepting applications for the position of Fleet Manager within their Street Department. The Fleet Manager carries out tasks such as directing and supervising personnel in planning, making, and scheduling work assignments for equipment repair; maintaining a preventative maintenance program; maintaining an appropriate parts inventory; and performing adjustments, preventative maintenance, and repairs on department equipment, tools, and vehicles. The Fleet Manager works closely with the Street Department Chief Operators in the scheduling of equipment maintenance. An Associate’s Degree in the mechanical field OR a minimum of three years related experience in automotive or truck mechanics and Automotive Service Excellence certification required. The Fleet Manager position is full-time with salary ranging from $50,876.80 – $56,534.40 annually. Interested candidates should apply on the City of Noblesville website.

Position Description
Post Date: April 12
Closing Date: Until Filled

Town Manager, Town of Long Beach

The Town of Long Beach, Indiana is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Town Manager. This new strategic position has been created by the Town Council to ensure our local government is professionally administered in a way that leads to increased resident satisfaction, improved efficiency, and compliance with Indiana State statutes. The Town of Long Beach, Indiana is in LaPorte County on the shores of Lake Michigan, East of Michigan City, IN and West of New Buffalo, MI. The Town’s population fluctuates between 1200 in the winter and 3000 during the summer months.

The goal of the Town Manager’s position is to run the daily operation of Town Government. The position is responsible for establishing policies and processes that ensure effective local government administration. The Town Manager provides robust communication channels for all staff and residents. The role of the Town Manager extends into the Building and Planning Department, where proper planning and infrastructure improvements need to be managed. In addition, the Town Manager’s duties include: the preparation and administration of the annual town budget, all human resource functions, providing specialized advice to the Town Council, serving as the administrative head of Town government, and oversight of the community’s projects.

Job Description
Job Posting & Application
Post Date: March 29
Closing Date: Until Filled

Apprentice Lineworker, Town of Edinburgh

Town of Edinburgh Municipal Power and Light currently has an opening for an Apprentice Lineworker. The position requires the employee to complete a 4 Year Apprentice Program and perform the duties and responsibilities of a Groundsman. Working as part of a team, the individual will use technical, analytical and interpersonal skills and electrical knowledge to deliver reliable electric service to Edinburgh Municipal Power and Light Department customers.

Qualifications required: A high school education or equivalent is required. Strong verbal communication skills are necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. A valid Indiana driver’s license and CDL are required.

Submit interest and a resume to: [email protected].

Job Description
Post Date: March 26
Closing Date: Until Filled

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