ASSISTANT STREET DEPT. MANAGER—Pine Bluff seeks an assistant street department manager. The assistant street department manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department and assists in assignment, supervision, and inspection of work for employees. The assistant manager also oversees the operation of the garage and sign shop, assist in interviewing, hiring training and performance appraisals. The assistant manager inspects work in progress to ensure that workmanship conforms to specifications and the adherence to construction schedules, helps oversee the operations of the floodgates and the maintenance and upkeep to bridges in the city, act in the capacity of the street manager in his absence and all other duties assigned. HS diploma or GED plus specialized training and/or additional college courses and five years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience plus two ears of management experience preferred. For more information and an application, contact Vickie Conaway, director of Human Resources, 200 E. 8th, Room 104, Pine Bluff, AR 71601; or call (870) 730-2038.
FIRE CHIEF—The City of Lowell is now accepting applications for fire chief. The Lowell Fire Department operates two 24/7 fire stations with staff of 27 firefighters and paramedics. Resumes may be sent to Mayor Chris Moore, City of Lowell, 216 N. Lincoln Street, Lowell, AR 72745; or email to email@example.com.
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER—Benton Utilities is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of chief financial officer. The chief financial officer directs the financial planning and accounting practices of Benton Utilities, as well as the relationships with lending institutions, the financial community, and ratepayers (to include billing/customer services), by performing the following duties personally or through subordinate managers, under the direction of the general manager. The incumbent serves in a managerial capacity to ensure compliance with all regulatory financial statutes/guidelines and may serve as the financial liaison to the Benton Public Utility Commission and Benton City Council. Salary based on education & experience. Submit resume and application via mail to Mollie Wright, Benton Utilities, 1827 Dale Ave., Benton, AR 72015; or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications and resumes will be accepted until position is filled. For complete job description and qualifications visit www.bentonutilities.com/personnel. EOE.
CITY ENGINEER (STREET)—The City of Benton is accepting applications for the position of city engineer (street). Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related area; a minimum of eight years of experience in Civil Engineering plus years municipal engineering experience; registered as a Professional Engineer in the State of Arkansas preferred; completion and certification as a Flood Plain Manager preferred; must possess a valid Arkansas DL. For a complete job description and application, visit www.bentonar.org, or contact the Human Resources Department, 114 S. East St., P.O. Box 607, Benton, AR 72018-0607; or call (501) 776-5900; fax (501) 776-5912. EOE.
FIRE MARSHAL—The City of Lowell seeks applicants for the position of fire marshal. Responsible for the administration and enforcement of state and local fire codes, oversight of public education and fire prevention programs, and investigation of fire related emergencies. The employee of this class makes administrative and operational decisions pertaining to fire prevention standards, training and enforcement of fire prevention laws, regulations, and established policies. Resumes may be sent to Mayor Chris Moore, City of Lowell, 216 N. Lincoln Street, Lowell, AR 72745; or email email@example.com. Phone (479) 770-2185 for more information. Resumes accepted until May 1.
OFFICE CLERK—The City of Tontitown is accepting applications for the position of office clerk.The duties of this position include: greeting customers in reception area, provide information and answers, answer incoming phone calls and take messages. Perform clerical and recordkeeping work that involves record maintenance, digital files, filing and data entry. Perform administrative support to other city departments. Utility billing and receivable clerk, receiving payments, prepare utility billing reports each billing cycle. Process accounts receivable and maintain records for the City Water and Sewer Office. Applicant must have HS diploma or GED and must possess a valid Arkansas DL. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check. Applications are available online at www.tontitown.com. You can email the application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can mail it to: City of Tontitown ATTN: Public Works Director, P.O. Box 305, Tontitown, AR 72770. No phone calls please.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of Bradley is now accepting applications for a full-time police chief. Must be certified and meet all requirements of law enforcement standards and training. Must be willing to relocate within 5 miles of Bradley city limits. Send Resume to, or applications are available at: City of Bradley City Hall, P.O. Box 729, 410 Pullman Street, Bradley, AR 71826. Office hours are 8-4 Mon-Fri. (870) 894-3464. EOE.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of DeWitt is accepting applications for the position of police chief. Resumes may be sent to the City of DeWitt, 115 N. Adams St., DeWitt, AR 72042; or email email@example.com; or fax (870) 946-1005. For more information please call (870) 946-1776.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of Lowell is now accepting applications for the position of police chief. Applicants must be certified and meet all requirements of law enforcement standards and training. Send resumes to Mayor Chris Moore, City of Lowell, 216 N. Lincoln Street, Lowell, AR 72745; or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of Mansfield is now accepting applications for a full-time police chief. Must be certified and meet all requirements of law enforcement standards and training. Resumes may be sent to: City of Mansfield, Attn: Mayor Buddy Black, P.O. Box 307, Mansfield, AR 72944. Applications may be picked up at the Mansfield City Hall, 200 N. Sebascott. Office hours are 8-4 Mon-Fri. (479) 928-5552. EOE.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of Pea Ridge is seeking qualified applicants for the position of full-time police chief. Applicants must be certified and meet all requirements for law enforcement standards and training. Send resume with cover letter to City of Pea Ridge, Attn: Mayor Crabtree, P.O. Box 10, Pea Ridge, AR 72751. EOE.
POLICE CHIEF—The City of Stuttgart (Arkansas County) is accepting applications for the position of police chief. Resumes may be sent to Carol Ables, Personnel Director, City of Stuttgart, 304 South Maple, Stuttgart, AR 72160; or faxed to (870) 673-8725. Full benefit package included and salary dependent on experience. For more information, please call (870) 673-8817.
WASTEWATER PRETREATMENT COORDINATOR—The City of Blytheville is accepting applications for the position of wastewater pretreatment coordinator. Duties include performing field sampling for pollutants, interpreting results, preparing reports based on sample results. Inspects facilities that generate commercial wastes for compliance to appropriate regulations including the review of records and field sampling. Works with industries to help resolve non-compliance issues. Prepares reports including DMRs and maintains records. Requirements include: Some college and three years experience in the wastewater treatment industry or a combination of training and experience, Class 3 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator License, and possession of a valid Arkansas DL. Salary range is $43,000-$48,000 with full benefits depending on experience. Interested applicants can send a resume to City of Blytheville, Personnel Office, 124 W. Walnut St., Blytheville, AR 72315. A full job description and an online job application can be found at www.cityofblytheville.com/156/Human-Resources. Open until filled. EOE.
The Arkansas Municipal League was founded in 1934 and exists for a threefold purpose: