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The City of Carbondale requires employees under levels 1 - 7 (out of 9 levels), to live within the nine mile radius of the center of Carbondale. The employees within the level of 8-9 must reside within the Carbondale City limits.

A Residency Nine Mile Radius Map is accessible for viewing. The nine mile radius is outlined in RED. Please zoom in to accurately check for addresses with the nine miles.

For any inquires to check for residency requirements to close to the outside radius, please contact the Planning Department at 618-457-3248.

 

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Accounting Manager

City of Carbondale, Illinois
Job Opening Announcement/Job Description

March 24, 2017

Title:  Accounting Manager
Dept/Div:  Finance/Financial Management

Nature of Work:  This is a regular, full time professional position in the Finance Department responsible for a wide range of accounting and administrative work in maintaining accounting records, budgetary and other financial systems of the City. The Accounting Manager is responsible for the supervision of the employees in the Accounting Division. This position reports directly to and is supervised and evaluated by the Finance Director.

Essential Duties: 

Perform administrative review and supervision of the Accounting Division operations that include: payroll and related taxes and fringe benefits; accounts payable; accounts receivable; general ledger; cash and investment transactions; bank reconciliation; journal entries; fixed asset inventories and transactions; travel vouchers; Fire & Police pension fund accounting and State Motor Fuel Tax records and accounting.

Perform preparation and coordination of financial work papers and schedules required for the annual City audit and coordination of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) preparation for submission to the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for the Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting program.

Assist with and prepares schedules, work papers, and cost scenarios for the preparation of the Annual City Budget for submission to the GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.

Prepare interim financial statements, surveys and reports required by other governmental units and agencies.

Perform general accounting tasks including: distribute real estate and corporate replacement taxes to Fire & Police pension funds and Public Library; review and record the monthly financial transactions submitted by the Public Library; prepare wire transfers for bond principal and interest payments and transfer funds by wire to and from cash investment accounts.

Provide guidance and technical support to the Finance Department staff and other City departments including payroll processing, project and labor costing, grant financial reporting and billing, and general ledger and accounting systems data processing applications.

Perform and assist with special projects for the Finance Director, including the development of new computer applications; assist with preparation of the Finance Department annual budget request, assist with the five year projected operating budget; and maintain current laws, rules and regulations pertaining to State and Federal income and payroll taxes, Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) guidelines and General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

Attend meetings, make telephone calls, make office visits and write correspondence to communicate with individuals and organizations as necessary to effectively perform assigned duties.

Maintain accurate and complete records for all functions; prepare reports, City Council agenda items and other documentation and written material as needed.

Use tact and good judgment and utilize strong and effective interpersonal skills in interacting with co-workers, members of the community, agencies and organizations; work effectively both independently and as a team member.

Drive City and personal vehicles; use office equipment such as personal computers, calculators, and copy machines; effectively communicate orally over the telephone; and make oral and written presentations to effectively perform assigned duties.

Other Duties:  Perform other duties that are related to the overall operation of the Finance Department as assigned.

Work Environment:  Work is usually performed in an office setting, but may require the occasional operation of a vehicle during the course of the work day in a variety of weather conditions to attend meetings or meet with public and private officials.             ·

Physical Demands:  Work is usually sedentary with occasional walking, climbing stairs if elevators are not available, reaching, bending, lifting and carrying objects under 25 pounds, or minimal physical activities. Work requires the ability to sit for extended periods of time, to operate personal computers or calculators occasionally, and to perceive and/or discriminate colors, sounds, depth, and texture.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:  Graduation from a 4-year college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting plus either 4 years’ experience as an accountant or 2 years’ experience in governmental accounting or governmental auditing. General knowledge of computer systems as it pertains to applications in accounting systems. Proficient in the use of Excel and other Microsoft Office applications for reports, audit and budget work papers, and analysis. Must have or obtain and maintain valid Illinois driver’s license. Satisfactory background check including a credit check is required.

Residency Boundary Requirement (Residency within the City’s “9 mile boundary” is required within six months of employment.)
Regular, Full Time Position/Overtime Exempt                 
Salary: Pay Grade 7, Starting Pay 28.85/hour; $60,008.00/yr. 

Submit cover letter, resume and completed City of Carbondale Application for Employment to City of Carbondale, Human Resources, PO Box 2047, 200 S. Illinois Avenue, Carbondale, IL  62902-2047 by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017.  Applications may be obtained at City Hall or printed from the City’s website at www.explorecarbondale.com

The City of Carbondale is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tara Brown
Human Resources Manager
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Desktop/Website Publisher

City of Carbondale, Illinois
Job Opening Announcement/Job Description

March 16, 2017

Title:  Desktop/Website Publisher
Dept./Div:  Finance Department / Information Systems

Nature of Work:  This is a regular, full-time, position in the Finance Department.  The Desktop/Website Publisher adds, maintains, troubleshoots and upgrades website content; Creates content published by other means; trains users in effective use of web applications; makes recommendations regarding design and content; provides user assistance to Finance Department staff; and performs related work as required. The Desktop/Website Publisher is supervised and evaluated by the Information Systems Manager.

Essential Duties: 

  1. The Desktop/Website Publisher position is responsible for adding, updating, modifying, and maintaining information on the City of Carbondale and Carbondale Police websites. Candidate must be computer literate, Strong proofing, grammatical and overall verbal and written communications skills and possess above-average writing and MS Office skills. Perform quality assurance on the public web pages and make improvements where practical; troubleshoot and provides technical advice to content providers and staff.
  2. Use publishing software to create page layouts for print or electronic publication. In addition to designing pages, the Desktop/Website publisher may be responsible for correcting spelling, punctuation, and grammar or for writing original content themselves.  One of the main duties of this position is to compile and publish the yearly budget document and CAFR.  The City budget is a five hundred page document that covers every aspect of the organization.  This position will work very closely with the City Manager and Finance Director to keep the project on schedule and meet all deadlines.
  3. Act as a technical resource in assisting users to resolve problems with office software and data resources; a phone support/help desk to troubleshoot, implement solutions, route trouble ticket to appropriate technician and provide advice to end users.
  4. Provide administrative support to the overall department by assisting with budget preparation, payroll, purchasing and other administrative functions necessary for the operation of the Finance department.
  5. Effectively read and comprehend technical and other relevant written materials in order to maintain an up-to-date working knowledge of computers and software.
  6. Communicate effectively in writing and orally, by phone and in person; use logic, tact and sound independent judgement;  use strong and effective interpersonal communication when interacting with co-workers and outside technical support personnel; work effectively both independently and as a team member.
  7. Maintain records, including a complete and current inventory of all computer equipment and data-communication equipment.
  8. Assist with or perform other duties necessary to carry out the mission of the Information Systems Division.

Other Duties:  Perform other related duties as assigned.

Work Environment:  Work is performed in an office setting.

Physical Demands:  Work is usually sedentary with occasional walking, reaching, bending, lifting and carrying objects under 75 pounds.  Work requires the ability to sit for extended periods of time, to operate personal computers and to perceive and/or discriminate colors, sounds, depth and texture.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:  Associates Degree in Desktop/Website publishing or a high school diploma and 5 years work experience in computer document creation.  Must possess and maintain a valid Illinois driver’s license, pass an extensive police background check and drug and alcohol tests.

Regular, Full-time position/overtime eligible;
Residency Boundary Requirement 
Salary Range 5:  $18.49 – $26.30/hr.

Submit completed City of Carbondale Application for Employment to the Human Resources Office, 200 South Illinois Ave, Carbondale, Illinois by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017. Applications may be obtained at City Hall or printed from the City’s website www.explorecarbondale.com

The City of Carbondale is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tara Brown                                                                             
Human Resource Manager
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Neighborhood Inspector

City of Carbondale, Illinois
Job Opening Announcement/job Description

March 17, 2017

Title: Neighborhood Inspector
Dept/Div: Development Services/Building & Neighborhood Services Division

Nature of Work: Technical work in the enforcement activities of the City Housing, Zoning, and Environmental codes and other related City codes. The work involves extensive interaction with co-workers and the public by telephone, written communication and in person. The Neighborhood Inspector is supervised and is evaluated by the Building and Neighborhood Services Supervisor.

Essential Duties:

  1. Maintain and compile division records which include but are not limited to daily inspections performed and monthly reports.
  2. Read and interpret City codes, which include but are not limited to zoning, housing, environmental, building, electrical, and plumbing codes. Receive inquiries and complaints from co-workers and the public by telephone, in writing, and in person, and direct inquiries and complaints to the appropriate department/division for administration.
  3. Effectively and efficiently operate basic office equipment and small tools including but not limited to cameras, calculators, copy machines, fax machines, telephones, staple guns, 5 pound hammers, ground fault interrupter testers, three-wire electrical circuit analyzers, and sound measuring devices. Effectively and efficiently operate personal computers. Examine and utilize aerial photo and Sand (Street and Name Designation) maps. Research, file and edit material from Building & Neighborhood Services street files and Planning Services Division files. This entails opening file cabinets, pulling files, reading the contents of the files and returning them to the drawer.
  4. Perform daily inspections which include but are not limited to performing the daily Neighborhood Preventive Environmental Surveillance program by posting private properties observed to be in violation for the accumulation of trash and litter, tall grass and weeds, storage of unlicenced/inoperable vehicles, or by informing property owners to abate such nuisance violations as vehicles parked in their front yard or vehicles blocking City sidewalks or the encroachment of vegetation over City right-of-way, the removal of dead trees, removal of illegal Yard Sale signs posted on trees, telephone poles located on City right of way or the removal of accumulated snow/ice on City sidewalks. Inspections require traversing difficult, uneven terrain and being out in adverse weather conditions. Terrain includes snow and ice covered walks, wood, concrete or steel steps, areas of unkept vacant land and yards around buildings, mud or rock covered ground surfaces, steep grades and drainage ditches. Adverse weather conditions include temperatures over 100 degrees and below zero degrees Fahrenheit.
  5. Perform Mandatory Rental Housing Inspections, Housing Compliant Inspections and Over-Occupancy Housing Compliant Inspections. Inspections include but are not limited to presenting City identification to the owner/manager or tenant and clearly expressing orally the nature of inspection and upon entering buildings, inspecting all areas including but not limited to habitable areas, basements, crawl spaces and attics visually observing the condition of the walls, ceiling and floors, the condition of plumbing, mechanical and electrical equipment, measuring window and door widths and heights, room size and ceiling heights, observing the condition of gas vents as to size, type and condition, observing the condition of furnaces and obtaining input from tenants as to general operating condition, observing the condition of the exterior elements of the structure, i.e., stairs, porches, handrails, siding and trim, and observing the conditions of all accessory buildings, fencing and overgrowth on the property. Accurately and clearly express all observed housing code violations in writing to the owner of property on either a Notice Of Violation report, a Notice of Violation with Intent to Vacate report or a Vacate Unfit Dwelling notice.
  6. Issue Non-Traffic Court Citations to property owners/managers, tenants in violation of City Codes. Citations include grass, litter, housing and zoning violations. Prepare Non-Traffic Court Citations by clearly expressing in writing the nature of the violation, citing the appropriate section of the City Code in violation and the appointed court date. Personally hand deliver the Court Citation to the violator. Effectively testify in court on Non-Traffic Court Citations issued by the Inspector.
  7. Assist Building and Neighborhood Services Supervisor and Weed Control Inspector. Assistance includes providing oral and written directives when services are required and may include substituting for each position during absence of personnel.
  8. Keep supervisor and other appropriate staff informed of activities as necessary either verbally or in writing.
  9. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  10. Use tack and good judgement and deal effectively with co-workers and the general public. Work effectively and efficiently both independently and as part of a team.
  11. Safely operate a City vehicle, personal vehicle or bicycle to inspection sites and meetings as necessary.

Other Duties: Perform other duties and assignments as required to carry out the mission of the Building & Neighborhood Services Division.

Work Environment: Work is performed in an office and outdoors exposing the employee to extreme heat/cold weather and operating a vehicle in a variety of weather conditions to perform inspections.

Physical Demands: Work in an office and outdoors which requires frequent physical effort, such as sitting, standing, walking over rough or uneven surfaces, bending, stooping, crouching, squatting, kneeling, working in restricted areas, and occasional lifting and carrying of moderately heavy objects between 15-49 pounds. Work also involves perceiving and/or discriminating colors, sounds, depth, and texture.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications: Associates degree in a related field and two (2) years experience inspecting or working with building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical trades. Five (5) years or more of experience may be substituted for the associates degree. Have or successfully pass the International Code Council (ICC) Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector Certification test with 10 months of employment. Must have and maintain a valid Illinois Drivers License. Pass a background check, and drug and alcohol test

Residency Boundary Requirement
Regular, Full Time/Overtime Eligible Position
Grade 6 $21.32/hourly; $44,345/annually

Submit completed City of Carbondale Application for Employment to the Human Resources Office, 200 South Illinois Ave, Carbondale, Illinois by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017. Applications may be obtained at City Hall or printed from the City’s website www.explorecarbondale.com

The City of Carbondale is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tara Brown
Human Resource Manager
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Weed Control Inspector

City of Carbondale, Illinois
Job Opening Announcement/Job Description

March 17, 2017

Title: Weed Control Inspector
Dept/Div: Development Services/Building & Neighborhood Services

Nature of Work: This is a temporary, full-time position (no benefits) in the Building & Neighborhood Services Division. The work includes but is not limited to the routine surveillance and enforcement of those parcels of land in violation of the Carbondale Weed/Noxious Growth Ordinance, and certain designated drainage ways and right-of-ways. The work includes receiving and responding to complaints and performing inspections to identify and have code violations corrected. The work involves extensive interaction with co-workers and the public by telephone, in writing, and in person. The Weed Control Inspector reports directly to and is supervised by the Building & Neighborhood Services Supervisor.

Essential Duties:

  1. Effectively read, comprehend, interpret and apply City code regulating removal of weeds.
  2. Inspect and post private parcels of land of tall grass/weeds in excess of eight (8) inches in height. The inspection and posting procedures include the following elements:
    a. From the street, visually observe Grass/Weed in excess of eight (8) inches in height.
    b. Remove from the Building & Neighborhood Services motor vehicle a 2" x 4' wooden stake; a yellow Notice Placard; five pound hammer; staple gun; camera and a weed measuring stake.
    c. Clearly express in writing on the Notice Placard information which may include the date of posting, date for correction, approximate minimum cost for correction of violation by the City contractor and the sequential weed posting violation number.
    d. Staple the Notice Placard to the wooden stake, drive wooden stake into ground surface, place the measuring stake adjacent to the Notice Placard and take photograph.
    e. Clearly express in writing in the daily private property posting ledger and designated drainage and right-of-ways ledger all parcels of land posted and observed in violation of the high grass/weed ordinance. Information includes the date of posting, sequential posting notice number, date for correction and general location.
  3. Enforce the Notice of Violation and posting procedures on private property, designated drainage and right-of-ways and record and distribute appropriate written records. The enforcement procedures include the following elements:
    a. Visually reinspect all placarded lots upon termination of seven-day posting period. If property is in violation, again post the property and take photograph.
    b. Issue written mowing order to the City weed contractor.
    c. Upon notification from the City weed contractor that the property has been mowed, a visual reinspection will be conducted and a photograph taken to represent the appearance of the property.
    d. Issue non-traffic court citations to property owners in violation.
  4. Maintain and distribute records. Record maintenance and distribution procedures include the following elements:
    a. Record daily the private lots posted in the daily private property ledger, including the seven day and after mowing reinspection.
    b. Submit copies of completed mowing orders on all private lots corrected by the City Weed contractor to the Finance Department, Legal Department and to the Purchasing Agent.
    c. Submit copies of the completed mowing orders issued to the City weed contractor on all City drainage and right-of-ways to the Purchasing Agent.
  5. Safely drive a Building & Neighborhood Services motor vehicle to inspection sites in the City.
  6. Effectively operate basic office equipment and small tools; i.e., cameras, calculators, copy machines, telephone, staple gun, five pound hammer and computer instruments by typing and reading computer monitor and printouts. Look at and utilize street numbering and tax maps. Research, file and edit material from existing High Grass and Weed Control binders. This entails opening the binders, pulling files, reading the contents of the files, placing files back into the binders and insert new documents as necessary.
  7. Lift up to 30 pounds. Items include bundles of wooden 2" x 4' Weed Placarding stakes to be placed in the trunk of the Building & Neighborhood Services motor vehicle. Also includes the removal of objects to the boulevard or yard that may be obstructing a pedestrian sidewalk or creating a vehicular traffic problem.
  8. Walk through high weeds, thickets, thorny bushes and rough, uneven terrain in adverse and extreme weather conditions. Terrain may include areas of unkept vacant land and yards around buildings. Adverse weather conditions may include over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  9. Communicate effectively with City employees and the public in person, in writing and by radio and telephone. Comprehend and follow oral and written communications.
  10. Use tact, good judgement, and utilize effective interpersonal skills with co-workers and the public; coordinate and cooperate with other City staff in performing functions; work effectively both independently and as a team member.

Other Duties: Perform other duties as assigned for the overall operation of the Building & Neighborhood Services Division.

Work Environment: Work is performed in an office setting and outdoors exposing the employee to extreme heat, chemicals, and toxic substances.

Physical Demands: Work outdoors requires frequent physical effort such as walking, standing, and light lifting of objects of moderate weight 15-49 pounds for short durations. Work also involves perceiving and/or discriminating colors, sounds, depth and texture.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Must have and maintain a valid Illinois drivers license. Pass a background check, and drug and alcohol test. General knowledge of location of all streets in Carbondale.
Residency Boundary Requirement
Temporary, Full-time Position /Overtime Eligible (seasonal position/approximately 6 months)
Range 3 $16.64/hr.

Submit completed City of Carbondale Application for Employment to the Human Resources Office, 200 South Illinois Ave, Carbondale, Illinois by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 31, 2017. Applications may be obtained at City Hall or printed from the City’s website www.explorecarbondale.com

The City of Carbondale is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tara Brown
Human Resource Manager
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Lake Maintenance Worker (4)

City of Carbondale, Illinois
Job Opening Announcement/Job Description

March 7, 2017

Title:               Lake Maintenance Worker (4)
Dept./Div.:      Public Works/Lake Management

Nature of Work:  This is a temporary, full-time position (no benefits) in the Lake Management Division of the Public Works Department.  The Lake Maintenance Worker performs general maintenance and patrol duties, and during summer months assists with all phases of beach operations.  The Lake Maintenance Worker works various shifts including holidays and is supervised and evaluated by the Cedar Lake Supervisor or his designee:

Essential Duties:

  1. Perform heavy manual work including but not limited to 1) lifting heavy objects from the ground level into trucks and back out again; 2) digging post holes with post hole diggers; 3) driving fence posts into ground with post driver; 4) using six and eight pound sledge hammer to drive or burst objects; 5) using pick and shovel to disturb, dig and move dirt, rocks and other items; 6) stretching and nailing barbed wire and other types of fence and cable; 7) cutting trees and branches overhead and at ground level with chain saws and pole saws; 8) extinguishing fires by raking away flammable materials, using fire flappers and applying water; 9) using both power and hand drills to drill holes in metal, wood and other objects; 10) preparing concrete by mixing sand, cement and water at proper proportions in a container with a hoe or shovel, transporting it from the container to its desired location by shovel or wheelbarrow and finishing it with concrete floats, strikers and trowels; 11) making accurate measurements with rule or tape measure; 12) marking and cutting boards, post or other items to proper lengths by use of rule, square, protractor, power table and circle saw and hand saw; 13) putting materials together with hammer and nails, bolts and wrenches, screws and screw driver, glue and/or otherwise for the construction of signs, barricades, guard rails, low head dams, braces, retainers, buildings, boat docks and other structures; 14) painting signs, buildings, barricades, guard rails, boat dock and other items; 15) cleaning, stocking and organizing facilities including storage areas, shop, concession stand and restrooms; 16) spreading seed and fertilizer with hand cranked spreader while walking back and forth on steep and uneven terrain; 17) carrying bales of straw, rocks, dirt and other heavy objects up steep slopes and across uneven terrain and placing it in holes and washes; 18) digging and/or cleaning drainage ditches with pick and shovel, lifting pipe or culverts into ditches and covering with dirt and/or gravel; 19) grading or shoveling soil or gravel using hand tools and tractors to level lawn areas or roadways;  20) using wrenches, jacks and other appropriate power and hand tools to raise vehicles and heavy equipment, replace and/or repair tires, remove, sharpen on bench grinder or with a file and replace blades on various mowing equipment; and 21) repairing water and sewer lines by digging or otherwise exposing the pipe, cutting with saw, removing damaged section, replacing with new section and reconnecting with glue or solder.
  2. Swim using good working knowledge of water safety techniques.  Assist with beach maintenance and operations.
  3. Climb onto and drive a standard shift tractor while operating rear, front and/or mid-mounted equipment; safely and properly operate remote, slope and zero turn mowers; safely operate equipment on level ground, steep slopes and uneven terrain by maintaining a watchful eye; use controls to properly raise and lower equipment, select proper gears and adjust engine r.p.m. for proper speed and rotations of mowing equipment.
  4. Change equipment on the tractors' three point hitches by hand pulling the connecting pins, releasing and removing drive shaft from power take off shaft, moving tractor to properly align with other equipment, and hook up in the reverse order.
  5. Apply basic working knowledge of tractors, chain saws, lawn mowers (both riding, walk behind and push mowers), utility vehicles, string trimmers and boat motors; be able to maintain them, clean and perform proper repairs.
  6. Manually measure and mix oil and fuel by use of graduated containers, to required ratios.
  7. Perform erosion control work by hand seeding, fertilizing and adding straw; constructing terraces and low head dams with tractor and blade and/or manually with pick and shovels; manually installing water diversion bars, ditches or channels; and hand placing hay and other objects into washes.
  8. Insure that all public use areas are maintained, mowed, trimmed and free of litter by performing these and other needed tasks on a regular basis.
  9. Manually maintain all buildings in a clean and orderly manner and assures the proper care, maintenance and storage of all tools, equipment, and supplies by the establishment of a regular cleaning schedule and seeing that all tools and supplies are returned to their respective storage at the end of each day and that all repairs are made promptly.
  10. Perform necessary building, barricade, sign, fire trail and grounds maintenance; regularly check the conditions of each and report needed repairs.
  11. Perform road and water patrol and enforcing the Cedar Lake Rules and Regulations. Conduct road patrol by driving a truck and water patrol by operating a boat. Inform area users of regulations by posting them and verbally explaining them.
  12. Keep hand written records of jobs performed and the work hours devoted to each work unit.
  13. Safely and effectively operate a boat and motor by observing all water craft rules and regulations, being alert and courteous to others.
  14. Read and comprehend the ordinance governing Cedar Lake; be able to verbally explain and assist with enforcing ordinance; be able to testify in Court, if necessary.
  15. Pick up and collect litter or debris and dispose of properly; Clean restrooms and pit toilets on regular basis.
  16. Comprehend both oral and written instructions.
  17. Use tact and good judgment; Utilize strong and effective interpersonal skills in interacting with co-workers and the public; Work effectively both independently and as a team member.

 

Other Duties: Perform other tasks as assigned for the overall operation of the Lake.

Work Environment:  Work is performed primarily outdoors and exposes the employee to fumes, odors, smoke, gases, excessive noise, snakes, ticks and various insects, extreme heat, cold weather and rain; working around moving vehicles and dangerous machinery is common.  Protective equipment such as ear plugs, hard hats, safety glasses, gloves, steel toe shoes, and personal floatation devices are worn.

Physical Demands:  Work requires frequent physical effort such as walking, standing, bending, climbing, reaching, pushing, lifting and carrying objects of moderate weight 15-50 pounds for short durations.  Work also requires the ability to perceive and/or discriminate colors, sounds, depth and texture.

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications:  Graduation from a standard high school or equivalent; Must be comfortable around water and have the ability to swim; Must be in good physical condition, able to perform heavy manual work and endurance in variable weather conditions; Must have and maintain a valid Illinois drivers license; Must pass background check and drug test; Steel toe boots are required footwear.

Temporary, Full-time Position/Over-time Eligible  
Open Until Filled
Salary:     Range 3     $13.21/hr.
Residency Boundary Requirement

Submit completed City of Carbondale Application for Employment to the Human Resources Office, 200 South Illinois Avenue, Carbondale, Illinois. Position will remain open until filled. Applications may be obtained at City Hall or printed from the City’s website www.explorecarbondale.com

The City of Carbondale is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tara Brown
Human Resources Manager

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