Employment

Employment


Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:  
   FMLA      EEO     EPPA

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The City welcomes your resume. However, all applicants must
complete a City job application in order to be considered for an interview.
The City does not accept applications which are not designated
for a specific job title.

Residency requirement for fulltime positions: Must live within 20-minutes drive time to City Hall or within Cloud County.

Agility and drug screening tests will follow all conditional offers of employment.


City of Concordia will accept applications until filled unless otherwise stated.  Apply at the City of Concordia City Clerk’s Office, 701 Washington, P.O. Box 603, Concordia, KS  66901, (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.  

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

PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR

Full job description

The City of Concordia seeks a motivated supervisor desiring to make a positive and visible impact in the community to serve as the next Public Works Director. The ideal candidate is an experienced manager with considerable knowledge of concrete and asphalt, construction project management, electrical systems, and heavy equipment operation. Some knowledge and experience with hydrology, logistics, airport operations, and fueling systems is helpful. The ideal candidate is keen record keeper and communicates clearly both orally and in writing. The ideal candidate enjoys working with people, creative problem solving, and the satisfaction of a job well done.

This is a full-time position eligible for all benefits offered by the City. Starting salary $55,000-$65,000 annually dependent on experience and qualifications.

 Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Initial review of applications will occur the week of January 8, 2024.


LAB TECH

 Full job description

Some essential duties of this challenging position include operating and maintaining equipment at the treatment plant and collecting wastewater and biosolids samples for daily lab reports and analysis.  Minimum requirements: Possess, or be able to obtain a valid Class C Kansas Drivers License and valid Commercial Drives License; the ability to possess KDHE Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator Certification at the Class III Level required within two (2) years of employment. Starting wage $17.13.


MUNICIPAL SERVICE WORKER - UTILITIES

 Full job description

Duties include: assisting in operation and maintenance of pumps, motors, valves, fire hydrants, water meters and all related maintenance equipment. Check wells. Locate water and sewer lines. Assist meter reader. Starting wage $16.40.


COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST (DISPATCH)

 Full job description

Duties include: providing two-way radio communications for public safety departments; 911 emergency and administrative telephone services for citizens in Cloud County. Starting wage $17.96.


BROADWAY PLAZA GROUNDSKEEPER

 Full job description

This part-time position performs semi-skilled, manual work, involving the cleaning, groundskeeping and maintenance of downtown Concordia and Broadway Plaza. Also included is assisting with set-up and clean-up of special events, and operating equipment specific to the area. Work involves interaction with other City employees, the general public, business owners, and other patrons of the Broadway Plaza and downtown. This position requires working various days of the week (including many weekends and holidays), and various hours of the day, which are subject to change on a weekly basis depending on the events scheduled in the area. This position must work independently without close supervision.

Pay starting at $16.40.


FIREFIGHTER/EMT

Full job description

The Concordia Fire Department is seeking to fill the position of full-time Firefighter/EMT, or Paramedic. This position performs specialized work in the prevention and suppression of fires and provides life-saving services to the sick and injured.

Starting wage $15.86 per hour, negotiable with experience and certifications. Wage is based on 2756 hours per year. Employee will receive step increases upon certification as AEMT or Paramedic. Employee will work nine 24-hour shifts per month, with a rotation of ten shift months. Requirements:  Be at least 18 years of age, equivalent of a high school diploma, no criminal convictions, and background check.  The City of Concordia will train, but current certifications will be given preference.

Excellent benefits package including KP&F retirement and 100% paid health insurance for the employee.

Contact Eric at firechief@concordiaks.org with any questions.


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