Municipal Job Listings

Job posting on Minnesota Rural Water Association’s Web site is free. Just e-mail us your submission to mrwa@mrwa.com with contact information and we will gladly post it. Disclaimer: MRWA reserves the right to accept or reject any posting.

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

Current Job Notices:

Minnesota Rural Water Association – Part-Time Finance Assistant

Metropolitan Council – Assistant General Manager, Treatment Services

City of Sartell – Utility Systems Operator (TWO OPENINGS)

Empire Township – Maintenance Manager (Public Works Supervisor)

City of Cleveland – City Clerk – Treasurer

City of Cleveland – Public Works Supervisor

City of Cleveland – Public Works Worker

City of Mora – Water/Wastewater Operator II

City of Big Falls – Full-Time Maintenance/Utility Worker

Osceola County Rural Water System, Inc. (May City, IA) – Operations Maintenance Position

Minnesota Department of Agriculture – Nitrogen Fertilizer Management Plan Coordinator

City of Benson – Water / Wastewater Operator

City of Rochester – Operator 3 – Water Reclamation Plant/Public Works

City of Rochester – Operator 2/Relief Operator – Water Reclamation Plant/Public Works

Minnesota Rural Water Association

Part-Time Finance Assistant

MRWA is a private non-profit located in Elbow Lake that provides training and technical assistance to water and wastewater operation specialists across Minnesota. MRWA is seeking a part-time Finance Assistant. Applicant must be proficient in Microsoft Office products and accounting software.  Duties will include activities relating to finance including payroll, AR, and AP as well as other general administrative duties.  Excellent organizational and communication skills and attention to details are a must. This position offers a flexible schedule and excellent wages. Send resume and cover letter to Jodi Schroeder, MRWA, 217 12th Avenue SE, Elbow Lake, MN 56531 or jodi.schroeder@mrwa.com.

Metropolitan Council

Assistant General Manager, Treatment Services

METROPOLITAN COUNCIL SEEKS AN ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT SERVICES


The Assistant General Manager, Treatment Services, is a member of the Environmental Services leadership team, which is responsible for shaping the division’s future and implementing that vision. This position is responsible for overseeing the nine wastewater treatment plants in the Twin Cities region.

Environmental Services encourages servant leadership, where our employees are in relationship with one another. We drive transformation and advance meaningful change collaboratively and with a commitment to collective success. This position will support and align reporting units to achieve our vision of clean water for future generations, including implementing an integrated, one-water system approach.

The ideal candidate is a servant leader who gains the trust of others through character, trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship. They demonstrate a commitment to strengthening a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion within a complex organization and systems. They lead transformational change and develop an organizational culture that rewards service orientation, inclusion and high performance. In addition, they have a successful record of positive labor relations with a multi-union labor environment.
 
To learn more about this position, please see the full description.
 
If interested, please complete the application and include a resume and cover letter. This position is open until filled. Initial review will begin July 13, 2022. For more information, please contact Lynette Andersen at lynette.andersen@metc.state.mn.us.

City of Sartell

Utility Systems Operator (TWO OPENINGS)

Starting Wage: $55,897 and Excellent Benefits!

Description:
Performs intermediate skilled technical work involving the daily operation and maintenance of water treatment plants; participating in the maintenance of wastewater collection and water distribution systems; performing street maintenance; responding to sewer back-ups, sanding, or other emergencies, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the limited supervision of the Utility Systems Supervisor and Public Works Director. Certification or Licensure is NOT required and the City is willing to train and allow obtaining certification within one year of employment.

Deadline: July 12th, 2022, at 12 Noon

How to Apply:
Applications can be found on our website (http://www.sartellmn.com/) and emailed to anna.gruber@sartellmn.com. Questions related to the position can be directed here as well.

Empire Township

Maintenance Manager (Public Works Supervisor)

Nature of Work:
This is a supervisory position which requires work in the overall maintenance of the Township’s equipment and facilities.

Work includes lining up jobs and assisting with maintenance related jobs where necessary; purchasing supplies and tools needed for carrying out maintenance and repair responsibilities; and performing a variety of related duties. Work is performed independently under general supervision of Town Board and is reviewed through discussions, records, and reports.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Responsible for purchasing supplies and tools for the maintenance department and overseeing repairs of Township equipment and facilities. Supplies should be purchased on an as needed basis.
  • Responsible for keeping records of the Township’s maintenance operations.
  • Is responsible for and supervises the Township Maintenance Crew; assigns work and work schedules, disciplines, evaluates and trains subordinates. (Maintenance personnel are hired by action of the Town Board with input from the Maintenance Supervisor.)
  • Responsible for recording the hours worked by the personnel of the Township Maintenance Department.
  • Responsible for the operation of the Township’s water supply and system. This requires holding a Class “D” water operator’s license.
  • Responsible for working with the Township’s engineer to see that water and sewer facilities are correctly installed.
  • Responsible for street maintenance, cleaning, and patching.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of the Townships’ parks and trails system.
  • Responsible for repairing any Township owned equipment or facilities.
  • Day to day coordination with the Clerk-Treasurer and Town Supervisor is necessary to anticipate any problems that may arise.
  • Responsible for managing erosion control and storm water management of all new development projects in the Township.


Hours:
Required to work a forty-hour week.
Weekend duty along with other maintenance personnel is required.
Evening work may be required to take care of emergency repairs.

Training, Experience, Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:

  • Considerable knowledge of street repairs and maintenance, including the maintenance of gravel roads; park and trail system upkeep; maintenance of water and sewer facilities including water testing and reporting.
  • Ability to operate and repair all Township equipment and facilities.
  • Ability to supervise subordinates in a manner conducive to high morale and effective performance.
  • Ability to effectively work and communicate with the general public, other Township employees and suppliers.
  • Class B MN Commercial Driver’s License.
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 75 lbs.
  • General knowledge of operating computers and I-pads for maintenance documentation.
  • Class D water and SD sewer licenses.
  • Non-Commercial Pesticide license.
  • Must have a safe driving record and pass drug screening.
  • Construction Installer Erosion Control Certificate.

Apply:
To apply, please submit application and resume to the Empire Township Clerk’s Office, Attn: Charles Seipel-Teng. 3385 197th Street, Farmington, MN 55024.
Applications can be found at www.township.empire.mn.us/employment
Applications and resumes can also be e-mailed to info@township.empire.mn.us
Deadline for application is Friday, July 15, 2022.

Salary Range: $30.00 to 40.00 per hour, based on experience and qualifications.

Job Notice posted: League of Minnesota Cities, Empire Township Website, Mn Rural Water Association.

City of Cleveland

City Clerk – Treasurer

Under the general direction of the City Council, the City Clerk-Treasurer has the responsibility to plan, control and direct the administration of city affairs on a day-to-day basis, perform the duties of a Clerk and Treasurer as required by City and State law and to maintain official City documents and records for the City and City Council. The City Clerk-Treasurer provides overall direction to ensure that quality municipal services are provided to the citizens of Cleveland, consistent with goals, objectives and policies approved by the City Council and provides a channel for communication between the City Council, city departments and all other city-related boards, commissions and contractors, to ensure effective planning and results. 

Minimum Qualifications: Two years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping procedures. Experience working in an office setting.

Desired Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, urban studies, finance, accounting or related field or a combination of education and experience directly related to the position’s essential functions. Experience in local government.

We offer competitive wages with benefits. Benefits include PERA retirement plan, Aflac, health insurance and sick and vacation time.  Employment application and complete job description are available at www.clevelandmn.govoffice2.com under the employment tab. A completed city application, cover letter and resume must be received by midnight on 07/10/2022, for consideration. Applicants can mail in their materials to P.O. Box 309, Cleveland, MN 56017 or email them to ccityhall@mchsi.com.

City of Cleveland

Public Works Supervisor

Public Works Supervisor; City of Cleveland, MN (pop. 797). Competitive wages with benefits package. The City is accepting applications for a full-time Public Works Supervisor. This position is responsible to perform a wide variety of tasks associated with the construction and maintenance of City buildings, facilities, sewer system, water system, streets and other public rights-of-way. This position also oversees the Public Works seasonal employees. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED, Possession of a Class D Water and Class D Wastewater Operator’s License or the ability to obtain the license within one (1) year of employment, one (1) year experience working with vehicle maintenance, one (1) year experience operating heavy equipment, and possession of a valid MN Class B Drivers License, must obtain airbrake and Tanker Endorsement within 120 days of employment. This is a non-exempt position. All applicants must complete a City of Cleveland employment application. To obtain an application and see the complete job description, please visit https://clevelandmn.govoffice2.com/. Job will be posted until filled.

City of Cleveland

Public Works Worker

Under general supervision, this service position is the second level in the Public Works department. This position performs general labor services in the care and maintenance of the City of Cleveland’s buildings and grounds. In addition, the Public Works Worker will be responsible for adhering to maintenance and safety standards that provide a comfortable environment for the public.

Minimum qualifications:  Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate, must be at least 18 years of age, must possess a Minnesota Class B Driver’s License with Air Brakes or be able to obtain one within six months of employment.

We offer competitive wages with benefits. Benefits include PERA retirement plan, Aflac, health insurance and sick and vacation time.  Employment application and complete job description are available at www.clevelandmn.govoffice2.com under the employment tab. A completed city application, cover letter and resume must be received by midnight on 07/10/2022, for consideration. Applicants can mail in their materials to P.O. Box 309, Cleveland, MN 56017 or email them to ccityhall@mchsi.com.

City of Mora

Water/Wastewater Operator II

$26.19 – $28.91 per hour DOQ

Application Deadline: 06/30/2022        

Job Summary: This full-time position will assist in operating and maintaining the water and wastewater treatment plants and operating systems. The individual must have the ability to read and interpret written instructions, gather and analyze information using computer skills with spreadsheets and electronic systems, and have knowledge of equipment operations, mechanical repair and maintenance. The incumbent is required to obtain and maintain a MN Class D Water license from the MN Dept. of Health, MN Class C Wastewater and Type 4 Biosolids licenses from the MPCA, a Class B CDL with tanker endorsement license, and have the ability to obtain a land application sludge disposal license or endorsement within six months of hire.

Contact Information: City of Mora Human Resources, (320) 225-4804 or m.yoder@cityofmora.com, or for more information and to view the application packet, please visit the City of Mora’s website at https://www.ci.mora.mn.us/employment-opportunities

City of Big Falls

Full-Time Maintenance/Utility Worker

Under direct supervision and direction of the Public Works Supervisor, this person is responsible for operations and maintenance duties in the Public Works Department. Responsibilities include general street and grounds maintenance, snow plowing and removal, care and maintenance of all city buildings, parks and grounds, upkeep of city equipment, operation, maintenance and repair of municipal water and wastewater systems.

Minimum Qualifications for Applicant:
• Must have high school diploma or equivalent.
• A valid Minnesota driver’s license.
• Preferred candidates will have 1 or more years’ experience in maintenance, heavy equipment or water and sewer operations

Pay and Benefits:
Starting Pay: up to $20.55, depending on qualifications and licensure.
100% paid Family Health, Dental & Vision Family Insurance,
Vacation and Sick Leave, Holidays, PERA & Union Pension

Applications and job description are available on the city website at www.bigfalls.govoffice.com, under the employment tab, or at the city office.

Submit Applications and Resumes by July 11th to:
City of Big Falls
410 2nd Street NW
PO Box 196
Big Falls, MN 56627
Or email to: bigfalls@paulbunyan.net

The City of Big Falls is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Osceola County Rural Water System, Inc. (May City, IA)

Operations Maintenance Position

Osceola County Rural Water System, Inc. (Est. 1981) is a multi-county, potable water supplier located in Northwest Iowa. The service area includes Osceola, O’Brien, Lyon and Dickinson Counties with over 1,500 miles of water distribution pipeline. The water system serves 3,000 plus accounts and provides the water needs of several communities including: West Lake Okoboji, Lake Park, Harris, Little Rock, Lincoln/Pipestone Rural Water (MN), Bigelow (MN), Melvin, Sibley, Ashton, Sutherland and Calumet to name a few.

Water is produced and delivered from two different water sources – the May City water treatment (groundwater) plant can produce up to 6 MGD, the Sutherland water treatment (groundwater) plant can produce up to 2.8 MGD. Annual water sales of around 1.5 billion gallons (combined) is the sole source of revenue for the corporation.

Duties of this position include safety and compliance monitoring, inventory control, facilities maintenance (both treatment & distribution) and mapping (GIS). This position does not include any direct supervisory responsibilities and reports directly to the Operator-in-Charge. This position requires what is deemed to be a team effort to ensure the successful operation and maintenance of two water treatment plants along with the distribution facilities (wells, pumps, water mains and valves). Current staff includes three office/administrative personal, along with seven full time field staff, a full-time seasonal operator, and part time summer staff. Prospective employees would be able to reside anywhere inside of the distribution system area to include the Iowa Great Lakes (Milford, Arnolds Park, Okoboji, Spirit Lake, Wahpeton, and Orleans).

Pre-employment physical, drug screen, and back ground check required. Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to obtain a CDL. Applicant will also be expected to have or acquire a Grade 1 water treatment and grade 1 distribution certification as specified by IA DNR within a year of employment. The water system will provide the right employee with the necessary tools, time and financial support to obtain required licenses. This position includes Health, Dental and Life insurance along with Vacation, Sick Time, and Retirement Benefits.

Interested candidates should send their resume to:
Douglas Westerman – General Manager
Osceola County Rural Water System, Inc.
2270 Walnut Ave
May City, IA 51354

or email to: orwsdoug@windstream.net

Minnesota Department of Agriculture

Working Title: Nitrogen Fertilizer Management Plan Coordinator

Job Class: State Program Administrator Principal – Water Quality

  • Who May Apply: This vacancy is open for bids and for all qualified job seekers simultaneously. Bidders will be considered through 06/07/2022.
  • Date Posted: 06/01/2022
  • Closing Date: 06/30/2022
  • Hiring Agency/Seniority Unit: Agriculture Dept / Agriculture-MAPE
  • Division/Unit: Agriculture-Saint Paul / Fertilizer Management Unit 1
  • Work Shift/Work Hours: Day Shift
  • Days of Work: Monday – Friday
  • Travel Required: Yes (up to 10%)
  • Salary Range: $28.25 – $41.63/hourly; $58,986 – $86,923/annually
  • Job Class Option: Water Quality
  • Classified Status: Classified
  • Bargaining Unit/Union: 214 – MN Assoc of Professional Empl/MAPE
  • FLSA Status: Exempt – Administrative
  • Connect 700 Program Eligible: Yes

Job Summary
This lead position will be responsible for managing the coordination, implementation, and evaluation of the State of Minnesota’s Nitrogen Fertilizer Management plan (NFMP) and the Groundwater Protection Rule. This includes coordinating internal teams, managing projects with local partners, supporting outreach and education, strategy development and other tasks related to program tracking and performance evaluation. In combination, the NFMP and Groundwater Protection Rule provide a comprehensive effort to address nitrate in groundwater through voluntary adoption of practices and regulation, if necessary.  

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications
To facilitate proper years of service crediting, please ensure that your resume clearly describes your experience in the areas listed and indicates the beginning and ending month and year for each job held.

  • Three (3) years of professional work experience in project management or a leadership role related to agriculture or the environment that includes: developing environmental or agricultural rules, policy or technical guidelines. NOTE: A Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy, Environmental Science, Public Policy or a related field may substitute for one (1) year of experience.
  • Experience with strategic planning, meeting facilitation, and development/implementation of work plans and budgets.
  • Demonstrated ability to transfer technical scientific concepts and research findings to growers, agency personnel and the general public.
  • Knowledge of programs under MDA jurisdiction as well as agricultural practices and issues related to fertilizer use and related water quality impacts for corn, soybean, potato, and other crops grown in Minnesota.
  • Above average writing skills and experience developing reports or articles for a public audience.
  • The ability to celebrate diversity and a strong commitment to a respectful and inclusive work environment.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and an acceptable motor vehicle record subject to review.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A Master’s degree or higher in Agronomy, Agricultural Education, Environmental Science, Environmental Policy, Water Resources Science, Hydrology, Soil Science or a related agricultural or environmental field.
  • Extensive professional work experience in a project management or leadership role related to agriculture and the environment that includes developing environmental or agricultural rules, policy or technical guidelines.
  • Two years of experience in state or local government working on implementation of practices or program development for agriculture related environmental issues.
  • Experience coordinating a professional member group or leading strategic planning, development/implementation of work plans and managing budgets.
  • Experience working directly with farmers or on a farm implementing nutrient management practices for corn, soybean, potato, and other Minnesota crops, under a cold weather northern plains climate or working with ag industry, extension, government agencies or affiliated research entities.
  • Detailed knowledge of Minnesota state fertilizer, source water protection and water protection laws, and related federal law, and of the programs for their implementation.
  • Experience working with the public, media, or the legislature on highly sensitive regulatory or water policy issues.

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to travel within state for extended periods of times with frequent evening and weekend stakeholder meetings, conferences and events.
  • Ability to travel out-state from time to time.

Additional Requirements

This position requires successful completion of the following:

Job offer is contingent upon passing reference checks and driver’s history check.  It is the policy of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, as part of its hiring procedures, to conduct background checks on the finalist(s) for positions within the agency.  The background check for this position may include an Employment Records Check and a Reference Check.  The background check may consist of the following components:

  • SEMA4 Records Check (applies to current and former state employees only)
  • Employment Reference Check
  • Driver’s License Check

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture will not sponsor applicants for work visas.  All applicants must be legally authorized to work in the US.

Application Details

Why Work For Us
This position provides the opportunity to shape Minnesota’s approach to address nitrate in groundwater. The work is focused on implementing the Nitrogen Fertilizer Management Plan and Groundwater Protection Rule to support the agricultural community in adopting practices to prevent and mitigate nitrate in groundwater. Coordinating teams, drafting strategies, and identifying resources are key activities. This position is part of a close-working and dedicated team.  Opportunities for professional development, competitive salary, excellent benefits, and strong program support all add up to an exceptional job opportunity!

GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.

Our differences make us stronger and leveraging them helps us create a workforce where everyone can thrive. The State of Minnesota is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to embedding diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility at our workplace. We do this by developing strong leaders and advocates, increasing cultural competence and understanding among all employees, and removing institutional barriers and attitudes that prevent employees from advancing as far as their talents will take them. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions), marital status, familial status, receipt of public assistance, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, or age.

How to Apply
Select “Apply for Job” at the top of this page. If you have questions about applying for jobs, contact the job information line at 651-259-3637.
For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers.

Contact
If you have questions about the position, contact Larry Gunderson at larry.gunderson@state.mn.us
If you are a Connect 700 applicant, please email your certificate and the Job Opening ID to Tracy Ohmann at tracy.ohmann@state.mn.us by the posting close date.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The State of Minnesota is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, and veteran-friendly employer. We are committed to providing culturally responsive services to all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota recognizes that a diverse workforce is essential and strongly encourages qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply.

We will make reasonable accommodations to all qualified applicants with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online job application system, please contact the job information line at 651-259-3637 or email careers@state.mn.us. Please indicate what assistance you need.

City of Benson

Water / Wastewater Operator

The City of Benson is seeking applicants for the position of Water / Wastewater Operator. The position requires rotation of on-call and weekend duties once a month and to work overtime as required. 

Minimum Requirements: High School Degree or equivalent; Valid class B driver’s license with clean record within 6 months; Must live or relocate to within a 30 minute response time; ability to acquire licensing as a certified operator (no experience necessary training will be provided).

Desirable Qualifications: Experience with pipes, plumbing, pumps, operation of large equipment, mechanical / technical skills. Licensure in water / wastewater. If you have any or all please apply.

Starting wage range is $24.52 to $27.78 hour DOQ. Excellent benefits, great work environment. Obtain an application from the City of Benson website: www.bensonmn.org. Submit an application with resume to: City of Benson, 1410 Kansas Avenue, Benson, MN 56215, or e-mail to staff@bensonmn.org. Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled.

City of Rochester

Operator 3 – Water Reclamation Plant/Public Works

The Water Reclamation Plant (WRP), as a division of the Public Works Department within the City of Rochester, Minnesota (population 116,000), is nationally recognized for its energy management initiatives. WRP is a continuously operated facility that runs a High Purity Oxygen Plant, rated at 19.1 million gallons per day, and an Aeration Basin Complex Plant, rated at 4.5 million gallons per day, parallel on the same site. The plant treats approximately 14 million gallons of wastewater per day, annually recovers over $600,000 in energy costs, and recycles over $650,000.00 worth of Biosolids per year.

The Operator 3 is an entry-level position within the Water Reclamation Plant, a municipal wastewater treatment facility. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, performing routine/preventative maintenance; minor equipment/machinery maintenance; cleaning structures; maintaining grounds; operating equipment/vehicles; collecting samples; reading and recording of meters; and completing plant operational functions as assigned.

With regard to minimum qualifications, we are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes with relevant transferrable skills from a variety of sources and experiences. The City will consider any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education, and experience to meet minimum qualifications. If you are interested in applying, we encourage you to think broadly about your background and skill set for the job.

This may include, but is not limited to:
Completion of a diploma program in water environment technologies or related field from an accredited technical college training program
OR Completion of a Building Utility Mechanic (BUM) diploma or degree program and one year of operational experience at a Class B or higher wastewater treatment facility OR a High School diploma or equivalent and three years of operational experience at a Class B or higher wastewater treatment facility

Licenses and Certifications
Applicants must possess noted licensures/certifications at the time of hire and if hired, must continuously maintain licensures/certifications as a condition of continued employment. These include a valid driver’s license and a Minnesota Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Class D certification within one year of hire

The starting hourly wage for this position is $24.06/hour with advancement to $31.15/hour. Applications will be accepted until the vacancy is filled with priority consideration for applications submitted by May 8, 2022.

For more information and to apply, visit http://www.rochestermn.gov/ and click on the JOBS link at the top of the page.

City of Rochester

Operator 2/Relief Operator – Water Reclamation Plant/Public Works

Become part of a dynamic team at the Water Reclamation Plant.

Operator 2’s or Relief Operators spend approximately 2/3 of their time working in a standard day schedule and the remaining 1/3 working in a relief role for the Operator 1. Relief hours earn a higher level of pay and will include some nights, weekends, and holidays.

The Operator 2 is a skilled position assisting in the operation and maintenance of the Water Reclamation Plant, a municipal wastewater treatment facility. Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, monitoring and controlling plant processes; inspecting, maintaining, and repairing plant mechanical and control equipment; cleaning plant equipment and process areas as necessary; assisting in the maintenance of plant buildings and grounds; and working in an Operator 1 capacity as assigned.

2022 starting hourly wage is $26.05 with advancement to $33.80 with successful performance. When training is complete, the wage for the relief role is significantly higher.

Minimum qualifications include completion of a diploma program in water environment technologies or related field from an accredited technical college training program and one year operational experience at a Class A wastewater treatment facility
OR
High School diploma or equivalent and three years of operational experience at a Class A wastewater treatment facility OR An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may also be considered. A valid driver’s license is required.

For more information and to apply, visit http://www.rochestermn.gov/ and click on the JOBS link at the top of the page.