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Job Openings 2018-08-09T08:34:51+00:00

Completed General Employee Application can be emailed to humanresources@columbus.in.gov

The City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer- Discrimination in employment because of race, religion, creed, color, natural origin, ancestry, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States is prohibited by City policy. In addition, the City employment policy requires compliance with national and state employment practices, laws and regulations.

 


ColumBus Transit On-Call / Part-Time Bus Driver

Position: Part-time On-Call Bus Driver
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Part –Time
Supervised By: Transit Coordinator
Supervises: None
Wage: $13.46 – $19.21

 Application Deadline: 9/24/2018

General Summary:

  • Under the direction of the Transit Coordinator, driver is responsible for operating a city bus on a predetermined route and maintaining a time schedule. Involves communicating with public, handling route questions, and problems that arise. An On call Driver’s hours can vary, dependent upon demand. An On Call Driver will be asked to drive for a full time driver in their absence, (vacation, sick, personal etc.).

Specific Duties:

  • Drives bus on a predetermined route while maintaining a time schedule.
  • Drivers’ responsibility to pick up their schedule for the upcoming week.
  • Drivers’ responsibility to keep CDL physical forms, and license up to date. Provide renewal copy to the office for their file.
  • Checks bus for safety and mechanical condition prior to starting route
  • Cleans, fuels, and washes bus
  • Records passenger counts and completes maintenance reports
  • Works with public daily and assist them with route and directions
  • Must be able to handle various situations
  • Frequently works independently and judgment required based on established policies and procedures.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

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Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of typical general duties as well as the complexity of the work to be performed by this staff member. It is not intended as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or specific tasks required of this person.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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Columbus Police Department – Meter Attendant

City of Columbus

Applications can be picked up in the Personnel Office at Columbus City Hall, 123 Washington Street, Columbus IN 47201 or obtained online at www.columbus.in.gov on the Career Link.

Date of Request:  8/2/18
Date Required: ASAP
Department:   City of Columbus, Police Department
Position Title: Meter Attendant
Name of Supervisor: Lisa Williams
Salary Range: $31,000- $46,000
FLSA: Non-exempt
Type of Position: Full Time
Application Deadline: 8/22/18

POSITION: Meter Attendant

Position Summary:

  • A Meter Attendant is familiar with the types of parking violations and locations of parking enforcement throughout the city of Columbus. The Meter Attendant issues parking warnings and tickets to those who violate parking regulations, maintains and enters data, prepares paperwork, appears in court, and interacts with the public in a respectful and courteous manner. In addition, as a possible initial contact to the department, the Meter Attendant must be able to respond to complaints and requests for information.

 Job Requirements:

  • Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must not have a felony conviction
  • Must have a valid driver’s license
  • Must be a United States citizen
  • Must be able to read personnel policies and procedures.
  • Writing/typing skills are necessary.
  • Must be proficient in using a computer in order to process and maintain information; utilizes word processing and data process software to prepare correspondence, reports and to store data.
  • The physical skills necessary include seeing, hearing radio traffic from officers or dispatch on potential violations and ability to walk large areas to check for potential violators.
  • Work environment is primarily outdoors and may involve occasional exposure to adverse climatic conditions. (i.e. rain, snow, heat, etc.)
  • Must be able to effectively and courteously respond to complaints and requests for information from police officers, co-workers and citizens.
  • Must be able to enter, correct and retrieve data from a computer with speed and accuracy
  • Must follow all policies/procedures outlined in the City of Columbus Employee Personnel Booklet and Columbus Police Department General Orders, Policies, Rules and Regulations and directives.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.

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City of Columbus – Patrol Officer

Date of Request:  August 1, 2018
Date Required:  ASAP
Department: Columbus Police Department
Position Title: Patrol Officer
Name of Supervisor: Mike Richardson
Salary Range:  2019 Salary Range – $51,428- $62,128
Working Hours:  Varies
FLSA:  Non-Exempt
Type of Position:  Full Time
Application Deadline :  Sept. 14, 2018

 

Notification of Columbus Police Department Hiring Processes

Equal Opportunity Employer- Discrimination in employment because of race, religion, creed, color, natural origin, ancestry, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States is prohibited by City policy. In addition, the City employment policy requires compliance with national and state employment practices, laws and regulations. The City is an equal opportunity employer.

Positions:

  1. Police Officer
  2. Civilian Personnel

Processes:

  1. Police Officer – Offers for employment will be conditional offers subject to one or more of these requirements.
  • Applicants must pass a standardized written aptitude test.
  • Applicants must pass a standardized physical fitness test.
  • An oral interview board will be selected by the Chief of Police or his/her designee, and applicants will be interviewed by the board. Based on the interviews, the board will create a list, ranking the applicants they deem qualified.
  • Applicants must pass a background investigation(s).
  • Applicants must pass polygraph examination(s).
  • Applicants must pass a medical examination(s).
  • Applicants must pass emotional stability/psychological fitness examination(s).
  • Applicants must receive approval from the local and state pension boards.
  • Upon successful completion of all phases of the process, the applicant may be offered a position. If the applicant is offered a position, they will begin employment on a probationary period.
  • Upon successful completion of the probationary period, a person may be appointed to the position of Police Officer.
  1. Civilian Personnel – Offers for employment will be conditional offers subject to one or more of these requirements.
  • The Chief of Police or his/her designee will review the applications, and a list of most qualified applicants will be created.
  • An oral interview board will be selected by the Chief of Police or his/her designee and the list of most qualified applicants will be interviewed by the board. Based on the interviews, the board will create a list, ranking the applicants they deem qualified.
  • Applicants must pass a background investigation(s).
  • Applicants must pass polygraph examination(s).
  • Upon successful completion of all phases of the process, the applicant may be offered a civilian position.

Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of typical general duties as well as the complexity of the work to be performed by this staff member. It is not intended as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or specific tasks required of this person.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

M/F/H/V

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Animal Care Services Part-Time Kennel Assistant

Position: Part-time Kennel Assistant
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Status: Part-time
Supervised By: Animal Care Services General Manager, Animal Care Enforcement Manager
Supervises:  None
Wage: $7.25 to $10.57 per hour

Application Deadline: 12/1/2018

 

 

Position Summary:

  • A Kennel Assistant provides humane care and treatment to animals housed at the Columbus Animal Care Services Center; is responsible for operating and maintaining the facility on a daily basis including cleaning, proper feeding of animals, minor maintenance, intake of fines and fees, preparation of paperwork, and entering of data.  In addition, the part-time Kennel Assistant serves as a receptionist for the Columbus Animal Care Services Center, greeting visitors and accepting payments; as an initial contact to the Center, the Kennel Assistant must be able to respond to complaints and requests for information.  This is a part-time position and this employee is not provided with any benefits (such as health insurance, paid time off, etc.). This employee shall work no more than 1559 hours per year.  A part-time Kennel Assistant will work, on average, 20-29 hours a week, but may work as many as 40 hours a week, as scheduling is flexible.

 

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