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.
Transportation Demand Manager, City of Bloomington
The Transportation Demand Manager will assist with strategy development and implementation of the 2020 TDM Plan while supporting the City’s long- and short-term transportation planning efforts. The position partners with internal and external constituencies, including City departments, area employers, Indiana University, Ivy Tech Bloomington, Monroe County government, and the Bloomington-Monroe County Metropolitan Planning Organization, on multi-modal transportation initiatives. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with local businesses; federal, state, and local representatives; the general public; and agency employees, with the goal of growing program participation. Compile and analyze data to identify current transportation usage and a variety of long-term planning options. Develop, implement, and oversee TDM programs that decrease the use of single occupancy vehicles. Assist with the development of parking studies, transportation plans, the comprehensive plan, corridor plans, and/or other long range plans. Implement related marketing and educational programs. Recommend City policy and organizational changes to advance transportation goals. Support the City’s state-level advocacy efforts related to TDM including the procurement of funding sources to implement identified goals. Promote the City’s commitment to diverse and sustainable transportation options; participates in public meetings and events; makes presentations as directed by the Mayor and the Director; and updates others on program developments.
Post Date: January 19
Closing Date: February 10
Town Manager, Town of Clayton
The Clayton Town Manager is the administrative head and economic development coordinator for the Town of Clayton. The Town Manager reports directly to the Clayton Town Council, which is a five (5) member legislative body elected according to Indiana law. The Town Manager will be expected to facilitate economic development within the Town and work with stakeholders to support quality of life improvements both inside and outside Clayton. The Town Manager will possess strong leadership capabilities and will exhibit demonstrated abilities to work collaboratively with the Town’s department heads and 7 employees. The Town Manager will be the immediate supervisor for town employees. The Town Manager works closely with the Town Attorney on a multitude of issues concerning the Town, such as economic development initiatives, planning and zoning, implementation of Town policies, and personnel matters.
Post Date: January 15
Closing Date: January 31
Fire Fighter, City of Auburn
The City of Auburn Fire Department is seeking a dedicated, hard-working and self-motivated full time Fire Fighter to join our team. The ideal candidate should have a strong work ethic, excellent problem-solving skills, be motivated to serve the citizens of Auburn.
Post Date: January 7
Closing Date: February 25
Street Department Project Technician, City of Auburn
The City of Auburn Street Department is seeking a hard-working, self-motivated individual to join our team as a full time Project Technician, primarily functioning as a liaison between the Street Department and other City departments, ensuring accurate record keeping, updating street mapping and inspecting street department projects. The ideal candidate should have knowledge or related experience in infrastructure projects, engineering, concrete or similar construction fields. Additionally, candidates should have a strong work ethic, be motivated to serve others and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment.
Post Date: January 7
Closing Date: February 5
Town Manager, Town of Culver
The Town of Culver is accepting applications for the position of Town Manager. The town manager is a full-time, exempt category employee who serves at the pleasure of the Culver Town Council. Culver is a full-service community that provides 24/7 police and paramedic level EMS; operates water, sewer, and storm utilities; has an active redevelopment commission, local planning commission, and board of zoning appeals; volunteer fire service; and a parks and recreation department with a public beach and boat slip rentals on Lake Maxinkuckee.
Under the direction and authority of Town Council, the Town Manager acts as the chief administrative officer (CAO) of the Town for day-to-day operations. The Town Manager directs, administers, and coordinates the activities and functions of the various town offices, departments, and boards in implementing the requirements of town ordinances and the policies of the Town Council. The position requires availability during numerous meetings and to respond to issues and problems outside of normal business hours in addition to availability during normal office hours. The Town Manager will possess strong leadership capabilities and will exhibit the ability to work collaboratively with the Town’s employees, elected officials, and other stakeholders.
The Town of Culver offers a strong benefit package including 13 annual holidays, PTO, employer PERF contributions, competitive employer sponsored health insurance options, dental, vision, and basic life insurance coverage.
Interested candidates should submit a Town of Culver employment application, resume, cover letter, and three references to [email protected]. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will be open until filled. Anticipated salary range for the positions is $66,000 – $71,000 depending on experience and qualifications. The Town of Culver job application is available here: Town of Culver Job Application, and the full job description is available here: Town Manager Job Description.
Post Date: January 7
Closing Date: Until Filled
Stormwater Technician, Town of Zionsville
The Stormwater Technician carries out tasks related to maintenance of facilities and performs other duties in support of departmental operations and programs as defined by the Stormwater Division Supervisor and the Director of Public Works.
Working under the direction of the Stormwater Division Supervisor and exercising appropriate discretion, the Technician’s functional duties include conducting inspections of active construction sites; performing storm sewer infrastructure inspection and maintenance; operating equipment such as street sweepers and sewer cleaning equipment; assisting with stormwater permitting and plan review for new development; and conducting field work in support of MS4 Storm water Program.
Post Date: December 3
Closing Date: Until Filled
Health Administrator, LaPorte County Health Department
Administrator for the LaPorte County Health Department, responsible for directing and administering all operations of the department.
Duties: Plans, directs, administers, and supervises activities of department. Prioritizes and delegates work assignments, establishes specific work goals, administers department policies, provides training, evaluates work performance, ensures proper completion of tasks and conformance with policy, maintains discipline, and recommends corrective action as warranted. Reviews the activities of, and advises and consults with, department supervisory personnel, on administrative functions and supervisory techniques. Reviews, approves, and signs purchase orders, work time records, mileage claim records, and leave requests. Reviews and compiles infield log records and staff reports. Prepares departmental budgets for necessary boards and commissions and administers department budgets upon approval.
Thorough knowledge of environmental and public health-related principles and practices and ability to evaluate health service quality and compliance with established procedures, state laws, and local health ordinances. Baccalaureate Degree in Health Science, Public Health Administration, Engineering, or related field and ten (10) years previous experience in public health field. Master’s Degree preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Qualifications required: A high school education or equivalent is required and 4 Years Apprentice Lineworker training through an accredited apprenticeship program. Thorough knowledge and familiarity with principles and practices of electric power line construction, maintenance, and substations is required. Strong verbal communication skills are necessary in order to deal with a wide range of personalities both inside and outside the organization. Must have the ability to make informed immediate decisions in emergency or highly stressful situations. A valid Indiana driver’s license and CDL are required. A Journey Lineworker ensures all duties and responsibilities of the department and are in compliance with OSHA, IOSHA and Regulatory standards. Compliance with State Board of Accounts Guidelines is necessary.
LaPorte County Employment
Post Date: November 25
Closing Date: Jaunary 2021