Employment Opportunities

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The City of Concordia is currently accepting applications for the following positions:


Looking for a rewarding career in law enforcement and have a positive impact on your community? Join our Police Department, where you can serve and protect nearly 5100 citizens.  Officers perform general duty police work consisting of patrol work on an assigned shift, preliminary investigation, and miscellaneous duties. Excellent benefits package including KP&F retirement and 100% paid health insurance for the employee. Full job description

 Requirements: Be at least 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen, possess a valid Kansas driver’s license, high school diploma or GED, be able to pass a background check, reside in or within 20 miles of Concordia, and successfully complete all steps in the hiring process.  Certified officers are encouraged to apply.

Apply at City Clerk’s Office, 701 Washington, 785-243-2670.  Direct questions to cityclerk@concordiaks.org. Reasonable accommodations are available for persons needing assistance.  Position will be open until filled. Resumes may be submitted with the application. EOE


The Concordia Police Department is seeking to fill the position of full-time Communications/Records Specialist. This position provides two-way radio communication for public safety departments; 911 emergency and administrative telephone service for citizens in the City of Concordia and maintains agency records.  Interested persons must meet the following minimum requirements. Full Job Description

 Be at least 18 years of age.  No criminal convictions;  Good typing and communication skills; Pass a comprehensive video examination, oral board interview and in depth criminal history and past employment background check.  Computer experience a plus.  Physical examination and drug screening tests will follow all conditional offers of employment.  Experience in Police Communications/Records is preferred but not required to apply. 

 Deadline:  The City of Concordia will accept applications until filled.  Resume may be included with completed city application form.

 Apply at:  The City of Concordia City Clerk’s Office, 701 Washington, P.O. Box 603, Concordia, Kansas66901, (785) 243-2670.  Reasonable accommodations are available for persons needing assistance.  Requests for accommodations should be made at the time of application.

 An Equal Opportunity Employer


Reserve Firefighter or EMT
Firefighter: Under supervision, the Reserve Firefighter performs specialized work in the prevention and suppression of fires, as well as operating and maintaining fire department equipment and apparatus. Essential Functions: Respond to fire alarms; Make forcible entry into buildings when necessary; Combat fires;  Operate a variety of hand tools and equipment including power saws, hydraulic equipment, generators, fans, ladders etc.; Maintain and clean fire station, vehicles and equipment; Drives and operates fire department vehicles and equipment; Assist in inspections, prevention, and public education activities; Attend drills and classes for firefighters; Promote a professional image to co-workers and the public; Required to work twelve voluntary hours a month with on shift crew. Full Description

EMT: Under supervision, the Reserve EMT performs specialized work in providing life saving services (EMS). EMT duties include responding with the ambulance to emergency calls. Duties follow prescribed policies and procedures, but independent judgment maybe required in certain circumstances. Essential Functions: Respond to ambulance calls; Make forcible entry into buildings when necessary; Assist in rescue operations involving vehicle accidents and implement correct medical procedures to the sick and injured; Drive and operate vehicles and a variety of equipment; Perform maintenance work in the upkeep of station equipment and facilities; Assist in public education activities; Complete appropriate records and reports; Attend drills and classes for emergency medical services; Promote a professional image to co-workers and the public. Full Description