Municipal Job Listings

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Check out other job postings at www.lmc.org  (League of MN Cities)

Current Job Notices:

City of Wadena – WASTEWATER FOREMAN/OPERATOR

City of Mora – Heavy Equipment Operator

City of Saint Peter – Forester

City of Roseau – Public Works Director

Marshall Municipal UtilitiesWATER OPERATOR

City of Rochester – Water Operator

City of Baudette– Assistant Utility Superintendent

City of Kasson – TWO POSITIONS:
WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATOR
WATER/WASTEWATER SUPERVISOR

City of Barnesville – Water/Wastewater Technician

City of Evansville – Public Works Superintendent

City of Bagley–  Utility Technician

City of  Hugo – TWO POSITIONS: PW Utilities Lead Worker and a PW Maintenance Worker

City of Tonka Bay – Public Works Maintenance Worker

City of Rochester – Equipment Operator – Sanitary Sewer System 

City of Cromwell -Public Works Director

City of Cannon Falls  – MAINTENANCE OPERATOR II

City of St. Peter – WATER RESOURCES SUPERINTENDENT

City of Madelia – Water and Wastewater Operator

City of Hutchinson– Wastewater Operator

City of Melrose – Electric Operations Director

City of Glyndon – Maintenance Worker/Water-Wastewater Operator

City of Carver –  Two Positions: Public Services Technician II Utility & Public Services Technician II General 

City of Bayport – Public Works Maintenance Worker

City of Wadena

WASTEWATER FOREMAN/OPERATOR

The City of Wadena Public Works Department is accepting applications for a full-time Wastewater Foreman/Operator in the City’s Class A facility. Preference goes to individuals that hold a Class A license. Will accept applications for individuals holding a Class B license that can obtain a Class A license within one year. Hourly pay range: $27.16-$33.89 depending upon qualifications.
Application and a full job description can be obtained at the City Administrative Office, 222 2nd St, SE Wadena, MN 56482, on the City’s website, or by calling the City Office at 218-631-7707. This position will remain open until filled.

City of Mora

Mechanic and Heavy Equipment Operator

The City of Mora is seeking a skilled Mechanic and Heavy Equipment Operator who enjoys working with a team, following safety procedures, and maintaining a clean and organized work area, and is looking for a new opportunity in Mora, MN.

This is a full-time, regular, non-exempt position, which is part of the AFSCME bargaining unit. The City of Mora offers health, dental and life insurance, a healthcare savings account, Public Employee Retirement (PERA), in addition to deferred compensation retirement investment options, vacation, sick leave, and 12 paid holidays.

Position Objective: To provide highly specialized maintenance of City motorized vehicles and equipment. Responsible for preventive maintenance, major and minor repairs, vehicle modifications, maintenance documentation, and parts inventories. Repair, modify and fabricate parts and assemblies utilizing gas, arc, and wire feed techniques on various types of metal.  To operate equipment and maintain streets, parks, airport, cemetery, and other public areas.

Starting pay: $25.74 – $28.42 per hour DOQ. Wage Range: $25.74 – $32.16 per hour.

To apply for this position, please complete the application materials, available at city hall, our website at www.ci.mora.mn.us > employment. If you have any questions or if you require special accommodation to participate in this process, please contact Mandi Yoder at (320) 225-4804 or m.yoder@cityofmora.com. *Completed employment applications MUST be submitted in order to be considered for review.

The link to the application packet and information: https://www.ci.mora.mn.us/sites/g/files/vyhlif6086/f/news/mechanic_he_op_application_packet.pdf

City of Saint Peter
Forester

$29.13 – $30.34/hour. 

If you’re looking for a position that offers excellent benefits, a great retirement plan, and steady work hours, this is the position for you! Minimum qualifications:  High school diploma or equivalent; One or more years of experience in forestry or landscape related position; Possession of valid State of Minnesota Class A Driver’s License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement or to obtain within six months of employment with the City; Possession of a Minnesota Department of Agriculture noncommercial pesticide applicators license with endorsements in Categories A – Core, E – Turf and Ornamentals, F – Aquatic, J – Forestry, Rights-of-Way, and Natural Areas, L – Mosquito, Black Fly, Tick Pest Control within six months of the date of employment with the City; Possession of or ability to obtain valid State of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) tree inspector’s license within six months of the date of employment; Possession of or ability to obtain an American Heart Association Certification as a Basic Rescuer for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiac care within six months of the date of employment with the City.  Must pass pre-employment physical/drug test.  Starting wage $29.13 – $30.34/hour.  Applications and additional information at City Administrator’s Office, 507-934-0663 or www.saintpetermn.gov/365/Employment.  First review of completed applications will begin October 12, 2023, and the position will remain open until filled.  Interviews for qualified candidates will be conducted beginning October 18, 2023.  AA/EEO

City of Roseau

Public Works Director

Roseau, a vibrant and forward-moving community, is seeking an energetic team leader to head up our Public Works Department. As the Public Works Director, you will comprehensively care for all our infrastructure to the future benefit of the community. As an important member of the leadership team, you will provide strong organizational leadership to help us build a culture where people are involved in and enthusiastic about their work and workplace. You will use your strengths to lead a team that delivers excellent service to the community. The Public Works Director leads a team of 9 full-time employees and oversees a total budget of approximately $6 million, including fleet management, parks and arena maintenance, public facilities, drainage systems, streets and sidewalks, water and sewer systems, electrical distribution systems, and sanitation. 2024 Pay Range $91,868 – $114,266 depending on education and experience, plus a full benefits package. This posting is open until filled.  The first review of applicants will occur on October 9, 2023. 

For more information about the City of Roseau and this career opportunity, please visit the City’s website at www.city.roseau.mn.us or contact Todd Peterson, Community Development Coordinator, at 218-463-5003

City of Roseau, PO Box 307, Roseau, MN 56751

Marshall Municipal Utilities

WATER OPERATOR

 Marshall Municipal Utilities (MMU), located in Marshall, Minnesota, is accepting applications for the position of a Water Operator.   The Water Operator is accountable for operating and maintaining a safe water utility serving the Marshall community which includes wells, a water treatment plant and distribution system.

All experience levels are encouraged to apply.   Knowledge of water chemistry and hardness, hydraulics, pumps and math skills, OSHA safety procedures and regulations. A Class D water license will be required within two years.  A 20 minute on-call response time is mandatory.   

A full and detailed job description can be downloaded from MMU’s website at www.marshallutilities.com under career opportunities. 

Compensation for this position ranges from $62,406 to $78,008 depending on experience. MMU offers an excellent benefits package.

Applicants should submit a completed application online at www.marshallutilities.com by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, September 27, 2023.

Tentative starting date is Monday, October 23, 2023.
Marshall Municipal Utilities is an Equal Opportunity Employer

City of Rochester

Water Operator
Wage:
 $34.88 – $41.03 Hourly
Application Deadline: Open until filled with application review beginning September 25, 2023

Job Summary: The Water Operator is responsible for daily operation of the municipal water supply and distribution system to include wells, booster stations, chemical treatment equipment, and water storage facilities. This individual monitors water system performance and operates the system to ensure peak efficiency and reliability. The Water Operator also provides backup service to customers needing assistance with water system related problems and is called on from time to time to perform maintenance on various components of the water system.

Minimum Qualifications: 
Education and Experience
High School diploma or equivalent GED and completion of a formal Water Operator training program and one (1) year of relevant experience in water system operation and maintenance.
OR
A high school diploma or equivalent GED and three (3) years of relevant experience in water system operation and maintenance.

Licenses and Certifications
Minnesota Class B Commercial Driver’s License with Hazardous Materials Certificate and Air Brake Endorsement required within 1 year as a condition of continued employment.

Minnesota Class D Water Supply System Operator Certificate at time of hire with ability to obtain
Minnesota Class C Water Supply System Operator Certificate within 18 months as a condition of continued employment.

Apply: For more information and to apply, visit Education and Experience
High School diploma or equivalent GED and completion of a formal Water Operator training program and one (1) year of relevant experience in water system operation and maintenance.
OR
A high school diploma or equivalent GED and three (3) years of relevant experience in water system operation and maintenance.

Licenses and Certifications
Minnesota Class B Commercial Driver’s License with Hazardous Materials Certificate and Air Brake Endorsement required within 1 year as a condition of continued employment.
Minnesota Class D Water Supply System Operator Certificate at time of hire with ability to obtain
Minnesota Class C Water Supply System Operator Certificate within 18 months as a condition of continued employment.

For more information and to apply online, visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rochester/jobs/4193250/water-operator

 

City of Kasson

WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATOR

Grade 8: starts at 25.71 per hour

General Duties: Performs semi-skilled technical work operating and maintaining the water and wastewater systems. Assists in providing a continuous supply of safe drinking water and maintaining a safe discharge effluent wastewater within local, State and Federal regulations.

Requirements: Must have general knowledge of hydraulic, chemical and mechanical principles pertinent to water treatment plant operations, general knowledge of water and wastewater operating characteristics and maintenance of water and wastewater systems, hold a Class D Water and Class D Wastewater license within 2 years of hire, be able to obtain and maintain a valid MN Class B Driver’s license. Desired qualifications: some training and/or experience in a municipal water or wastewater treatment plant. Pay Grade 8.

Apply: City Clerk, 401 5th St. SE, Kasson, MN 55944. Call 507-634-7071 or email cityclerk@cityofkasson.com to request an application. First review of applications on August 18, 2023; position open until filled.

 

WATER/WASTEWATER SUPERVISOR

Grade 13: range $74,942.40 – 90,792.00 base salary not including OT and on call pay

 General Duties: This position performs difficult skilled technical work planning and supervising the operations and maintenance of the water and wastewater systems. This position contributes to the overall planning, design, and upgrading of the water and wastewater systems. This position is responsible for providing a continuous supply of safe drinking water and maintaining a safe discharge of effluent wastewater within local, State and Federal regulations. 

  • Requirements:  Associate’s Degree with two years of experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and education.  This position must have and maintain a Class A Wastewater License and Class C Water License.  Must have and maintain Type IV bio-solids certificate, must obtain Special Engineer Boiler license for equipment operations;
  • Must have and maintain a Class B driver’s license with tanker endorsement;
  • Must be able to respond within 30 minutes when on call and work outside normal working hours and respond to emergencies;

For a full job description contact the City Clerk at 634-7071 or cityclerk@cityofkasson.com

Apply: City Clerk, 401 5th St. SE, Kasson, MN 55944. Call 507-634-7071 or email cityhall@cityofkasson.com  or cityclerk@cityofkasson.com to request an application. Applications due by August 31, 2023.

City of Barnesville

Water/Wastewater Technician- 1 Position

Duties to include but not limited to:

  • Operation of City Water Treatment Plant and submitting of state reporting requirements
  • Operation of City Wastewater Lagoons and submitting of state reporting requirements
  • Operation of all distribution infrastructure including but not limited to: Hydrant flushing, Valve exercising, assist in water main breaks, citywide jetting operations, utility locating, and lift station maintenance.
  • Position subject to standby and call back to work on a rotating schedule.
  • Must be able to record data from various meters, daily logs, weekly and monthly activities and be able to input into computer.
  • Must be able to run various City owned equipment such as: Jet Truck, Skidsteer, Loader, Backhoe, Mini-excavator, and Sewer Camera
  • Must be willing to assist in certain Public Works functions when conditions present themselves.

Requirements for employment:

  • Must possess a valid Class B driver’s license with tanker endorsement.
  • Must be able to work outside on a daily basis.
  • Must hold or be able to acquire a Class C Water Supply Certificate and a Class D Wastewater Certificate within 18 months of hire date.
  • Must maintain a high level of safety and professionalism when dealing with the various tasks and interactions involved with the water and wastewater treatment.

Job Type: Permanent Full-Time

More information & application: https://www.barnesvillemn.com/how-do-i/apply/employment/

City of Evansville

Public Works Superintendent

The City of Evansville is seeking a full-time Public Works Superintendent to start immediately. A complete job description and benefits package is available on request. Main duties to include: operating water & wastewater systems while also completing general city maintenance.  On call on weekends and plowing. 

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Possess or willing to pursue a MN Class C Water Operator’s and Class D Wastewater Operator’s License and be able to obtain a Class B Driver’s License within 6 months of employment. Have a valid MN Class D Driver’s License and satisfactory driving record. Experience with heavy equipment a plus. All applicants are subject to a drug test. Starting wage $22-$30/DOQ plus benefits. This is a non-union position.

TO APPLY: All applicants must complete and submit an application for employment and a resume.  Application forms can be obtained at City Hall Monday through Friday from 8am-4pm, by calling 320-834-4995 or by email: evansvil@gctel.com 

Submit completed applications in the drop box, email or by mail to City of Evansville, 106 State Street, PO Box 265, Evansville, MN 56326.  This position is open until filled. 

City of Bagley

Utility Technician

Responsibilities

Performs technical, skilled and semi-skilled work to support the operation, maintenance, and repair of the Utility’s various public utility systems including duties that require licensure/certification/verification, ongoing technical/specialized training, and a commercial driver license. The Utility’s major systems and infrastructure include: electrical distribution and street lighting, natural gas delivery, water treatment & supply/distribution, wastewater collection and treatment. Operates a wide variety of tools/equipment/machinery. May assist Utilities Manager with the BPU’s cable internet service. Participates, as an active partner, in the Utility’s workplace safety and emergency response efforts. Serves on rotating on-call schedule and responds to any unscheduled and scheduled callbacks.

Education/License Required

  • Minnesota Lineman’s License
  • Municipal Experience a Plus

Other Requirements

  • Ability to operate man lift vehicles, boom trucks, backhoes, trenchers, jackhammers, pumps, generators, and other utility equipment proficiently enough to complete tasks in an efficient, safe, and satisfactory manner
  • Electrical and Mechanical skills sufficient to assist in the installation, operation, maintenance and repair of electric, cable television/internet, water, wastewater, and gas equipment 
  • Positive attitude and ability to work within a team and with the public
  • Excellent Interpersonal Skills
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Ability to use computer hardware and software including word processing and spreadsheets

Click here for complete job description
Position opened until filled
Application available online: https://www.bagleymn.us/index.asp?SEC=6E8FA96D-BC6A-4CE1-BB66-6592F26FEF03&Type=B_BASIC
Email to: bmasterson@bagleymn.us or
Applications may be mailed to:
City of Bagley
P.O. Box 178
Bagley, MN   56621

City of Hugo – TWO POSITIONS

PW Utilities Lead Worker and a PW Maintenance Worker

The City of Hugo is accepting applications for two positions, a PW Utilities Lead Worker and a PW Maintenance Worker.
For additional information, please visit the City’s website at: https://www.ci.hugo.mn.us/jobs_volunteer

City of Tonka Bay

Public Works Maintenance Worker

Pay: $27.17 – $36.35 DOQ

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a positive attitude, produce high quality work and strong work ethic.

Minimum qualifications: HS degree or equivalent in water/ wastewater, sewer, park, trail, maintenance, electrical, plumbing, pump maintenance, operating heavy equipment, street services. Ability to obtain class B commercial driver’s license with air brake and tanker endorsement. Ability to respond to emergency call-outs within 30 minutes.

Desired qualifications: Two years’ experience in public or private setting with skills in water/wastewater, sewer, park, trail, maintenance, electrical, plumbing, pump maintenance, operating heavy equipment, street services. Valid class B commercial driver’s license with air brake and tanker endorsement, class C water and SC wastewater certifications.

Salary and Benefits: The salary will depend on the applicant’s job qualifications. Benefits include paid vacation and sick leave, health insurance, life insurance, PERA, and health care savings.

Favorable work hours of Monday- Friday, 6:00 am -2:00 pm and seasonal summer hours. Applications due Fri. 10-6-23 at 11:59 pm and will be accepted until the position is filled. See link below for applications and job description. Submissions require a resume, city application and supplemental application form. Submit questions and applications to Dan Tolsma at dtolsma@cityoftonkabay.net.
Application available online: https://www.cityoftonkabay.net/employment

 

City of Rochester

Equipment Operator – Sanitary Sewer System

Job Type Full Time- Department Public Works
To Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/rochester/jobs/4173250/equipmentoperator- sanitary-sewer-system

Nature of Work:
The Equipment Operator (Sanitary Sewer System) is an entry-level skilled position that operates
complex pieces of equipment to complete a wide range of maintenance activities on City
infrastructure. Typical job duties may include, but are not limited to: inspecting, cleaning,
maintaining, and reconstructing City sanitary and storm sewers; performing quality control
related tasks such as generating and maintaining accurate documentation; performing snow
and ice control during winter months (must be available for call-in during off hours in the case of
inclement weather); performing safety operations; and completing other duties as assigned.
Types of equipment that Equipment Operator (Sanitary Sewer System) are required to operate
include, but are not limited to: sewer jetting systems, sewer jet-vac trucks, CCTV inspection
crawlers, mechanical sewer rodders, forklifts, ATVs, graders, rollers, wheel loaders, backhoes,
dump trucks, jackhammers, air compressors, pavers, sweepers, various hand tools, and other
related equipment.
2023 starting wage:
• $26.57-$34.48 per hour based on experience; OR
• $28.53-$36.47 per hour with valid MPCA Collections System Operator’s License Class
S-D
• This position is also 2nd shift; therefore, there will be a $0.25 per hour shift differential
Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent and two (2) years full-time equivalent employment experience
in operation, maintenance, or construction of sanitary or storm sewer systems
Licenses and Certifications
Valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL); a Class A driver’s license with a tanker
endorsement is required within 1 year of hire
Valid MPCA Collections System Operator’s License Class S-D required within one year of hire
NASSCO PACP and MACP training required within three years of hire

City of Saint Peter

WATER RESOURCES SUPERINTENDENT

WATER RESOURCES SUPERINTENDENT – $98,000-$105,000 plus excellent benefits.  In the Public Works Department. This position manages a highly skilled and motivated crew of Foreman and Water, Wastewater and Stormwater operators. Minimum qualifications include: high school diploma or equivalent; four years of responsible experience in operation of Class A, B, or C system facility or similar sized industrial facility; possession of a State of Minnesota Class C Water Supply System Operator Certificate or ability to obtain within six months of date of employment with City; possession of State of Minnesota Class C Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Certificate or ability to obtain within six months of date of employment with City; possession of a valid driver’s license upon beginning employment and possession of a valid State of Minnesota driver’s license within one month of employment with the City.  Desirable qualifications:  Demonstrated knowledge of approved methods, materials, and tools used in the construction, operation, and maintenance of water wells, distribution, and treatment systems; Demonstrated knowledge of approved methods, materials, and tools in the construction, operation, and maintenance of wastewater collection and treatment systems; Demonstrated knowledge of approved methods, materials, and tools used in the construction, operation, and maintenance of stormwater collection systems, detention, and treatment; Demonstrated knowledge of the principles, practices, and equipment used in testing water, wastewater, and storm water; Demonstrated knowledge of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems; Demonstrated experience in supervision of more than three (3) employees for more than three (3) years; Demonstrated knowledge of applicable regulatory codes; Demonstrated ability to read and interpret engineering plans and specifications; Demonstrated knowledge of OSHA regulations and municipal safety policies; Demonstrated knowledge of computer operations; Demonstrated knowledge of laboratory certification procedures; Bachelor’s degree in engineering, public administration or a related field; Possession of State of Minnesota Type IV Waste Facility Operator Certificate; Possession of a State of Minnesota Class B Water Supply System Operator Certificate; Possession of a State of Minnesota Class B Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Certificate; and possession of a State of Minnesota Class A Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Certificate.  Starting salary $98,000 to $105,000 plus excellent benefit package! To apply, click here WATER RESOURCES SUPERINTENDENT APPLICATION, or for a paper application contact the City Administrator’s Office, 227 South Front Street, Saint Peter, Minnesota 56082-2538 or (507) 934-0663.  Applicants should also review the supplemental information found here: WRS SUPPLEMENTAL INFO.  Position is open until filled and first review of applications will be October 19, 2023. Faxed applications will not be accepted.  AA/EOE

City of Madelia

Water and Wastewater Operator

The City of Madelia has an opening for a full-time Water and Wastewater Operator position. The operator would perform skilled trades work operating the City’s Water & Wastewater Treatment Facility, and related work as apparent or assigned.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Water & Wastewater Superintendent.

Qualification Requirements
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Functions 

*Operates a water and/or wastewater treatment facility; collects samples; performs laboratory analysis; prepares and maintains records on plant operations and maintenance.

*Make regular tours of plant, equipment, and plant operations.

*Monitor gauges, meters, control panels, ect.; records readings from meters and instruments.

*Verify functioning of equipment; perform various testing.

*Regulate and adjust motors, pumps, blowers, valves, and other apparatus to meet changing operating conditions.

*Collect samples of wastewater and sludge; performs basic laboratory tests when required.

*Monitor operations of gauges, charts, equipment, motors etc.; reports problems to the supervisor.

*Clean and service pumps, motors, and other equipment; performs minor preventative maintenance on plant equipment; assists with plant maintenance and repair. 

*Perform general building and grounds maintenance duties.

*Inspect lift stations and makes repairs as needed.

*Maintain wastewater collection system to include flushing and jetting.

*Gopher One locates of infrastructure.

*Assist all Departments within City when needed.

Application and resume deadline is October 2, 2023.

Applications are available online at https://www.madeliamn.com/employment/city-of-madelia-application/  or at Madelia City Hall. Applications and resumes can be mailed to City of Madelia, PO Box 158, Madelia MN 56062 or emailed to cityhall@madeliamn.com

City of Cromwell

Public Works Director

Full-time position available to operate and maintain public works and utilities for the City of Cromwell. Class D Wastewater and Water Licenses desired. Wage dependent on licenses and experience. Position includes benefits.  Application and job description available at cromwell.govoffice.com  or by calling 218-644-3570. Position open until filled.   

City of Baudette

Assistant Utility Superintendent

City of Baudette, MN, (pop. 966) is seeking an assistant utility superintendent.   This position will report to the Utility Superintendent. A minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent and extensive on- the-job supervisory experience is desired and five or more years in a comparable wastewater facility, two or more years in a comparable water system is preferred. Combination of education and experiences will be considered.  Ideal candidate will have a Class D water and wastewater licensure, knowledge of the multiple areas of public works, including, water, wastewater, storm water, streets, parks, electric, city property, and sanitation.  This position will perform operational duties in the field and various administrative functions in the absence of the utility superintendent. 

The salary range is $58,694.08-$73,421.75.  This is a full-time position with benefits. Send resume, cover letter, salary history and work-related references to Baudette City Hall, P.O. Box 548, Baudette, MN 56623 or email to tinar@ci.baudette.mn.us
Questions, please call 218-634-1850. More information is available at www.ci.baudette.mn.us Position open until filled.

City of Melrose

Electric Operations Director
Maximum Base Pay:
$104,520 plus an average on call pay of an additional $6,000/year (Salary will increase by 3% on 1/1/24)
Application Deadline: October 5, 2023

The City of Melrose, Minnesota, home to 3,639 residents, is located in Stearns County in central Minnesota and is just 35 miles from St. Cloud and 100 miles from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. Melrose boasts excellent employment opportunities, quality educational and healthcare facilities, a strong economy, and plenty of recreational activities and events for the family.

The Electric Utilities Department
The Electric Utilities Department consists of an Electric Operations Director and three full-time Journeymen Line Workers. There are 1,332 residential, 299 commercial, 2 industrial and 55 rural electrical customers. The electrical load on the electric system has reached 21 megawatts. The Electric Utilities also has four diesel power generators with a total of eight megawatts of capacity which could be used for an extended length power outage. The generation capacity is also used by Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) for peaking and their electrical power needs. Melrose power suppliers are MRES and Western Area Power Administration (WAPA).

Position Summary
The Electric Operations Director is responsible for the operation, construction, and maintenance of the City’s electrical distribution system and supervises Electric Department staff. This position works on-call and responds to emergencies and/or repairs, as needed.

Education and Experience
Associate degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school, in line person training, and certificate of completion of an approved apprenticeship certification for a journey lineworker, or five years of experience in electrical distribution and power production, or a combination of education and experience. The candidate should have knowledge of National Electric Safety Code and APPA Manual.

View the full job description at https://www.ddahumanresources.com/active-searches.

Apply
Visit https://daviddrown.hiringplatform.com/180016-melrose-electric-operations-director/698190-application-form/en and complete the application by October 5, 2023.
Please direct any questions to Gary Weiers at gary@daviddrown.com or 612-920-3320 x109.

City of Glyndon

Maintenance Worker/Water-Wastewater Operator

Maintenance Worker/Water-Wastewater Operator Full-Time Position
Open:
September 13, 2023
Open until filled: First round of applications will be reviewed Friday, September 22, 2023
Closes: 3:00 pm on Friday, September 29, 2023
Salary: $23.28-$26.99/Hourly (depending on qualifications), Grade 7 on Pay Grid, Non-Exempt

General Duties:
The City of Glyndon is accepting applications for a full-time Maintenance Worker. This position is responsible for assisting the Public Works Superintendent with day-to-day operations of the water plant, wastewater ponds, parks, and city property. Qualified candidates must possess intermediate skilled trades related to repair, construction, and maintenance of city owned equipment. The position will be able to work on a wide array of tasks from road repairs, park maintenance, snowplowing, mowing, vehicle maintenance, building maintenance, water plant and wastewater lagoon maintenance, water and wastewater sampling and recording, and all other duties assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:
Must be 18 years of age. Have a Class D Driver’s License and be willing to obtain a CDL within 18 months of hire. Highschool Diploma or equivalent. Need to possess or be able to obtain a MN Class D wastewater certification within 18 months of hire and a MN Class C water certification within 36 months of hire. Experience operating heavy and light equipment such as utility loaders, skid steer, dump trucks, lawn mowers, with the ability to work with various materials to complete the maintenance and repairs of public streets, facilities, parks, equipment, and other public property.

Apply:
A completed employment application should be submitted to tbraton@glyndonmn.com or in person to City Hall. A complete job description and application may be obtained at https://glyndonmn.com or at City Hall, 36 3rd Steet SE, Glyndon, MN 56547. Feel free to call 218-498-2379 with other questions.

City of Hutchinson

Wastewater Operator

City of Hutchinson seeks to fill a Full Time Wastewater Operator position.  This is technical work in the operations/maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment Plant and collection system and lift stations.

Duties include use of SCADA, specializing in wastewater treatment/collection systems, with peers/crews of various sizes/configurations to oversee treatment plant operations/maintenance, City snow removal/other duties as required.  Requires HS Diploma/GED, plus 2 years of industry -related experience OR completion of an accredited technical program and/or Wastewater operations/maintenance,

plus 1 year of industry-related experience.   Ability to carry out

oral/written instructions with little supervision.  2023 Wage Range:

$26.53 – $35.29/hr.  Competitive benefit package.  Certification requirements, job description, required application packet available at https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fwww.hutchinsonmn.gov&c=E,1,hgtM0UEGoL851YVjC8LCyhFrI7EqL1cRjVggJ1N4heoLU3mS_z1VS_-5zJV5d73T8fwWWCsezsPPcAOrCebUmOcQxDWWLt5JnTAF5GT2yRBKyYoCkwkUEw,,&typo=1, City Center, 111 Hassan ST SE, Hutchinson MN 55350; 320.234.5608 or snelson@hutchinsonmn.gov.  All applications received prior to 3pm on Friday, August 25th will receive priority.

Position will remain open until filled.  The City of Hutchinson is proud to be a Veteran Friendly Employer EOE.

City of Carver 

Public Services Technician II – Utility

The City of Carver (population 5,241) is seeking a self-motivated individual with focus in the area of utility operations for a growing community expected to reach a population of 10,000 by 2030. Essential functions of the position include maintaining, operating, and managing the municipal water infrastructure, wastewater, storm water, and flood protection activities.

Minimum qualifications for the position include High School diploma or equivalent, Class B commercial driver’s license with air brake from the State of Minnesota, MDH Class D Water License, MPCA Class SD Collection System License or MPCA Class D Wastewater License, experience operating equipment and snowplow equipment, three to five years of experience in municipal utilities.

Preferred qualifications for the position include High School diploma or equivalent, Class A commercial driver’s license with air brake and tanker endorsement from the State of Minnesota, MDH Class C Water License, MPCA Class SC Collection System License or MPCA Class C Wastewater License, five years of experience in municipal utilities. 

The salary for this position is established by a collective bargaining agreement, with a pay range of $30.32 to $37.95 per hour, depending on individual qualifications. The position is eligible for overtime pay, as well as paid time off and a benefits package.

Applications will start to be reviewed on Monday, October 9.  

All applicants must submit a completed City employment application form, along with a resume and cover letter. Application forms and a complete position description are available by visiting the City of Carver’s website at www.cityofcarver.com

Application packets may be emailed to Chad Shell, Public Services Director, at cshell@cityofcarver.com or mailed to City of Carver, c/o Public Services Utilities Position, PO Box 147, Carver, MN 55315.

Public Services Technician II – General

The City of Carver (population 5,241) is seeking a self-motivated individual for the position of Public Services Technician II – General for a growing community expected to reach a population of 10,000 by 2030. Essential functions of the position include operation and maintenance of the municipal water infrastructure, wastewater infrastructure, storm water infrastructure, flood protection activities, municipal properties, fleet vehicles, and streets and parks.

Minimum qualifications for this position include High School diploma or equivalent, Class B commercial driver’s license with air brake form the State of Minnesota, experience operating equipment and snowplow equipment, ability to be on call as needed, including weekends, and three to five years of experience working for a municipality. 

The salary for this position is established by a collective bargaining agreement, with a pay range of $30.32 to $37.95 per hour, depending on individual qualifications. The position is eligible for overtime pay, as well as paid time off and a benefits package. 

Applications will start to be reviewed on Monday, October 9. 

All applicants must submit a completed City employment application form, along with a resume and cover letter. Application forms and a complete position description are available by visiting the City of Carver’s website at www.cityofcarver.com

Application packets may be emailed to Chad Shell, Public Services Director, at cshell@cityofcarver.com or mailed to: City of Carver, c/o Public Services General position, PO Box 147, Carver, MN 55315.

City of Bayport

Public Works Maintenance Worker
 Application Deadline: October 16, 2023
 Salary: $25.66 – 34.67

The city is seeking candidates for a full-time Public Works Maintenance Worker. Under the direction of the Public Works Director, this position assists with all functions of the Public Works Department and related divisions, including municipal utilities, cemetery, streets, parks, and infrastructure. Essential job functions include manual labor and maintenance of parks, streets, buildings, light/heavy equipment, storm sewer, water, and waste water facilities. Candidates must be citizen focused and have exceptional communication, customer service, and listening skills. Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent, Minnesota CDL Class B Driver’s License with air brake endorsement within 6 months of hire, and ability to lift 75 lbs. Employment experience in the Public Works field is desired.

The full job description and employment application are posted on the city’s website www.ci.bayport.mn.us

If you have any questions, please contact Simon Wirth at 651-275-4410 or swirth@ci.bayport.mn.us