New employment opportunities with the City of Plymouth:
1. Line Clearance I
Plymouth Utilities, which serves over 8,000 electric customers and approximately 3,600 water and sewage customers, seeks a qualified person for the position of a full-time Line Clearance I. Under the direction of the Electrical Operations Manager, the primary responsibilities are performing a variety of tasks involved in trimming and removal of trees to prevent interference with electric lines and stations. They will also perform tasks involved in the construction and maintenance of the electric power distribution system. Applicant should have experience in performing such work and a high school diploma or GED equivalent. An associate’s degree is preferred. Possess a valid Wisconsin commercial driver license (CDL) with air brake and combination trailer endorsements preferred at hire but required within one-year of employment. Starting wage rate is $25.77 and up to $27.57 depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Click here for a printable application. You may select the NEOGOV link on the website to apply online. Applications may also be returned to the City of Plymouth, Attn: Human Resources, 128 Smith Street, P.O. Box 107, Plymouth, WI 53073. First review deadline of applications is March 24th. Position is open until filled. The City of Plymouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
2. Director of Public Works/City Engineer (Click here for an informational brochure)
The City of Plymouth is taking applications for a Director of Public Works/City Engineer position. The Director of Public Works/City Engineer is responsible for the successful operation of the City’s Public Works Department and Water/Sewer Divisions of Plymouth Utilities including; building maintenance, engineering, sanitation, recycling, storm sewer, water and sewer utilities, forestry, cemeteries, parks and recreation facilities, and other public works projects and programs. A Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from ABET accredited program. Professional Engineer’s licensure registration in the State of Wisconsin or ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment. Knowledge of civil engineering principles, practices and methods as applicable to a municipal setting; thorough knowledge of applicable City policies, laws and regulations affective Public Works Department and water/sewer activities; knowledge of the sources of engineering information and ability to apply modern engineering methods, a thorough knowledge of the principles of municipal budgeting, must have significant understanding of modern computing operating systems, engineering and office software and proficiency in the use of a personal computer including proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, SCADA and CAD mapping systems. Salary is $92,500 +/- depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Click here for a printable application. Application, cover letter, resume, and three (3) work-related references should be returned to the City of Plymouth, Attn: Human Resources, 128 Smith Street, P.O. Box 107, Plymouth, WI 53073 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. First review deadline of applications is April 3rd. Position is open until filled. The City of Plymouth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
3. Saturday Yard Waste Attendant: Three (3) openings
This seasonal, part time position performs duties at the City yard waste drop off site, assisting public in unloading vehicles, chipping branches, pushing up loads with a front-end loader and transporting yard waste to the City compost site. Applicants may apply by clicking on the NEOGOV link below or Click Here for a printable application. Applications will be accepted at the Clerk’s Office, 128 Smith St. and online until the positions are filled.
5. Aquatic Center Attendant:
This seasonal, part-time position is responsible for collecting and balancing of front desk and collection monies. Other duties include recording pool patron numbers and money-takes daily. Helping with sale of swim lessons and pool passes. Helping provide a safe environment for patrons and staff. Also responsible for cleaning pool facilities to a high standard each day, i.e., toilets, showers, changing rooms, concessions, grass areas, deck, etc. and cleaning the bottom of the pool when required. All other such duties as may be allocated by the concessions manager or head guard. Applications may be completed by clicking on the NEOGOV link below. Applications will be accepted through May 19.
This position will perform preventative life guarding practices and maintain order and cleanliness of the facilities and grounds. Under the general supervision of the Senior Head Lifeguard. Applications may be completed by clicking on the NEOGOV link below. Applications will be accepted through May 19.
7. Lifeguard/Swim Instructor:
This position will perform preventative life guarding practices and maintain order and cleanliness of the facilities and grounds. Under the general supervision of the Senior Head Lifeguard. This position is also responsible for teaching a full range of swim lessons and water safety to participants at various levels of proficiency from preschool to adult. Program areas include swim lesson, lap swim, and aquatic fitness programs for seniors and adults. Applications may be completed by clicking on the NEOGOV link below. Applications will be accepted through May 19.