Employment Opportunities with the City of Omro...
CITY CLERK - ELECTION WORKERS RECRUITMENT
The City of Omro is always looking for Election Inspectors to enhance democracy by ensuring the integrity of the electoral process at the polls. Qualified Election Inspectors must be residents of Winnebago County and attend a minimum of six hours of paid training to be certified to work at the polls. Six additional hours of training every two years is required to maintain certification. The City of Omro will provide the necessary training.
Election Inspectors play a vital role at polling locations. The experiences gained at the polls can be highly rewarding, challenging, interesting and personally satisfying. Many of the City's Election Inspectors have worked in these positions for more than 15-20 years and find it is a great way achieve a feeling of community.
Please consider employment as an Election Inspector. Your community support will help the city uphold the integrity of our elections. The City of Omro polling location for all districts is located at the Omro Area Community Center at 130 W. Larrabee Street.
Please contact City Clerk Barbara Van Clake to be considered for the Election Inspector position. Contact (920) 685-7000 for more information on how you can become a patriotic part of the process for upholding our democracy on the front lines.
School Crossing Guards Needed
The City of Omro in conjunction with the School District of Omro is initiating a one year trial school crossing guard program beginning with the fall school session.
The Omro Police Department is seeking applicants for school crossing guard positions. The position oversees the safe and efficient crossing of school children at designated marked intersections.
Hours: Monday 6:50 - 7:50 am 2:50 - 3:50 pm
Tuesday 6:50 - 7:50 am 2:50 - 3:50 pm
Wednesday 6:50 - 7:50 am 1:50 - 2:50 pm
Thursday 6:50 - 7:50 am 2:50 - 3:50 pm
Friday 6:50 - 7:50 am 2:50 - 3:50 pm
Candidates must have good communication skills, be aware of physical surroundings with ability to respond accordingly, good physical mobility, vision, hearing, and an overall sense of responsibility for the safety of the children. Positions are typically two hours per day. Chosen applicants will be required to complete a two-hour online training session for certification, additional field training on site with an officer, and successful completion of a criminal background check.
Employment applications are available at Omro City Hall and will be accepted until filled. Good vision, hearing and physical mobility is mandatory for this position. Wage is $10.50 hr. Application, policy and procedures manual, and general job description are also available on the city website at http://www.omro-wi.com/employment-opportunities.html
Attn: Barbara J. Van Clake
Omro City Hall
205 S. Webster Avenue
P.O. Box 399
Omro, WI 54963
The City of Omro is accepting employment applications for 2022 seasonal employment. Please watch for updates if you are interested. Applications and Job Descriptions are available below or you can check the Pool employment page.
Seasonal Position(s) Available Application Deadline
Park Maintenance Seasonal Laborers May 13, 2022
Aquatic Center Positions
All positions are seasonal employment during the summer season. The Parks Foreman position is part-time during winter and full-time during summer months only.
Unless otherwise specified, the city requires the completion of our employment applications in lieu of a resume or email of interest. The employment application for the parks, public works and cemetery positions and the aquatic center are listed below.
All pool positions, except the manager, should use the Aquatic Center Employment Application. The remainder should use the General Employment Application. You may also pick up an application in person at Omro City Hall, Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM.
All applications should be returned by mail or in person to:
Omro City Hall
205 S. Webster Avenue
Omro, WI 54963
Pool applications can be found here.
The City of Omro is accepting employment applications for a Full-Time Utility General Laborer position with the Omro Water and Sewer Department. Water & Sewer Utility General Laborer – Omro (Pop. 3,613). Starting wage $22.50, Top pay $25.70 Qualifications: High School Graduate. Associate degree and certification in water & wastewater operation preferred. Valid WI Drivers License with ability to obtain a CDL. Starting Wage: $
Submit cover letter, resume and references online at Indeed.com. Take assessments emailed to you from Indeed after submission. If unable to complete the online application process, please contact City Administrator Vicky Fitzgerald at 920-685-7000.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022.
Class Title: General Laborer
Division: Water & Wastewater
Location: Wastewater Plant – 720 Hawthorne Dr.
Performs a variety of skilled, technical and general laborer work in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance and replacement of municipal water distribution and wastewater collection and treatment systems.
Works under the direct supervision of the Utility Chief Operator with personnel issues to be handled initially by the Public Works Director. The City Administrator will handle all issues not settled at these levels as outlined in the employee handbook.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assists with the operation and maintenance of the wastewater collection system, treatment plant and lift stations to control flow and processing of wastewater, sludge and effluent in order to meet local, state or federal regulations. Tends pumps, blowers chlorinators, and other equipment used to treat sewerage. Reads charts, flow meters, and gauges to insure proper operations. Collects samples and performs all required Department of Natural Resources testing. Performs regular maintenance on all equipment and records information for future reference. Able to do maintenance on the collection system by flushing or root cutting. Operates sludge removal equipment and land spreads sludge when necessary. Completes any and all tasks for the Wastewater Department as assigned by the Chief Operator.
Assists with the operation and maintenance of the water distribution system, water tower, and wells in order to meet local, state or federal regulations. Has a knowledge of the water system and is able to regenerate water softeners when necessary. Takes water samples as required by the Department of Natural Resources. Installs, adjusts, removes, and repairs water meters. Test meters as required by the Public Service Commission. Reads water meters and records information for billing purposes. Exercises water valves, flushes, and winterizes hydrants. Repairs and helps with water main breaks in case of an emergency. Completes any and all tasks for the Water Department as assigned by the Chief Operator.
Operates a variety of power construction and maintenance equipment used in the department.
Job Type: Full-time
Wage: $22.50 per hour plus benefits, Top pay $25.70
Pool position descriptions can be found here.