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AQUATIC CENTER DIRECTOR—The City of Ozark is accepting applications for a newly created position of aquatic center director. Responsibilities include but are not limited to enforcing policies and procedures, which ensure efficient and effective operation of pool facilities and activities facility including personnel management and training. Duties involve all swimming pool operations, including first aid, rotations, scheduling for staff, public relations, janitorial duties, limited pool maintenance including daily chemical analysis/testing, pool cleaning, cleaning of bathrooms and concession area, swim lessons, water aerobics and all other duties as necessary or required. Requires excellent organization communication and public relations skills. This is a working supervisory position requiring weekend and holiday work. Prefer degree in Physical Education or Recreational Administration. Aquatic Facility Operator Certification a plus. Application deadline is Aug. 15. Salary negotiable. Applications may be picked up at city hall at 120 S 30th STE D, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or resumes may be mailed to: City of Ozark, ATTN: Mayor T. R. McNutt, P.O. Box 253, Ozark AR 72949.

CALL FOR PROPOSAL—The City of Van Buren is considering entering into an exclusive contract to provide Advanced Life Support Ambulance Service within the city. Contact the city for a complete list of minimum requirements and additional considerations. Interested parties should contact the City of Van Buren Fire Chief’s Office at (479) 471-5031; email battchiefs@vanburencity.org; or write to City of Van Buren Fire Department, Ambulance Contract, 1234 Northridge East, Van Buren, AR 72956. All proposals should be submitted no later than close of business on Aug. 14.

CITY ADMINISTRATOR—Lyons, Kan. (pop. 3,725; $12.1 million budget; 33 FTE’s), seeks a city administrator. Lyons is a dynamic community located in the heart of Kansas, with a prosperous business climate and first-rate public schools plus access to higher education. The city operates gas, water, and wastewater utilities, along with a growing municipal airport. The city administrator reports to a progressive nine-member council and oversees all departments. For more information about the community, visit www.lyonsks.org. Applicants should have a Master’s degree in Public Admin. or a related field and at least five years of management experience. The successful candidate will have a history of sound decision-making ability, excellent administrative and organizational skills and experience facilitating economic development. Candidates must also display the communication skills and openness needed to collaborate with the city council and staff. Salary $60,000–70,000 DOQ. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three work-related references to LEAPS-Lyons@lkm.org or LEAPS-Lyons, 300 SW 8th, Topeka, KS 66603. If confidentiality is requested, please note in application materials. Position will remain open until filled. Application review will begin July 31. EOE. 

CITY ADMINISTRATOR—Anthony, Kansas (pop. 2,178; $11.4 million budget, 36 FTE’s), located 55 miles southwest of the Wichita, is friendly, progressive community seeking an energetic administrator with strong leadership skills. Bachelor’s degree in public administration or a related field and at least 5 years of local government experience required, Master’s preferred. Open transparent communication and budgeting skills required. Salary $65,000-$75,000 DOQ. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to LEAPS-Anthony@lkm.org or LEAPS-Anthony, 300 SW 8th, Topeka, KS, 66603. EOE. Open until filled. Application review begins September 18.

CITY MANAGER—Concordia, Kansas (pop. 5,179) located in North-Central Kansas. The community is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. The city has a $9 million budget and 56 FT employees. Bachelor’s Degree in public administration or closely related field required; a master’s degree is preferred. Ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of municipal management experience. Strong management, communication, budgetary, and personnel skills required. A demonstrated ability to envision and achieve community goals will be highly valued. Salary $85K-$100K. Send cover letter, résumé & 3 professional references to LEAPS-Concordia@lkm.org or LEAPS-Concordia, 300 SW 8th, Topeka, KS, 66603. EOE Résumé review begins September 4.

POLICE OFFICER—Charleston is accepting applications for a full-time patrol officer.  Candidates must be able to meet all requirements of law enforcement standards and training. The City of Charleston maintains a residency requirement on full-time officers. Contact Charleston City Hall at (479) 965-2269 or email mail@aboutcharleston.com for an application. EOE.  Application deadline is Aug. 31.

PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR—Junction City seeks applicants for the position of public works director. Applicant must be a certified water and sewer operator. Competitive salary and benefits. Must relocate to Junction City area. Interested persons may call the Junction City Hall at (870) 924-4922 for an application or apply in person at 207 North Main in Junction City.

WATER OPERATOR—Forrest City Water Utility is seeking a water operator that has a Class IV Water Treatment and Distribution license. The Water Supply Operator is responsible for the operation of the Water Treatment Plant, storage distribution system monitoring on an assigned shift and other related duties. Application can be found on dws.arkansas.gov or you can ask for Derrick Spearman at Arkansas Workforce at (870) 633-2900 located at 300 Eldridge Rd #2, Forrest City, AR 72335. Application accepted until filled. Forrest City Water Utility is located at 303 N. Rosser in Forrest City, AR 72335 (870) 633-2921. 



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