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CHIEF OF POLICE—Salem, Mo., is accepting applications for chief of police. The position description and application are available at www.salemmo.com. Applications will be accepted through 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 and can be emailed to cityadministrator@salemmo.com or mailed to City of Salem, City Administrator Ray Walden, 400 N. Iron St., Salem, MO 65560. Salary DOE. EOE/ADA employer.

CITY ENGINEER—Bentonville has an immediate opening for a city engineer. Salary range is $74,256-$100,246 DOEQ. The city also has a generous benefits package including insurance, retirement, and additional pay opportunities. This position is responsible for planning, designing, reviewing and directing civil engineering projects for the city, including roads, airports, bridges, irrigation systems, and pipelines. Additionally, oversees the planning, design, construction and estimating of current development projects such as major, collector, and local streets, transportation facilities, public structures, and storm water systems. Provides management oversight for the construction inspectors and other engineering support personnel and is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the city’s engineering efforts and activities. A complete job description is available on request. Position requires a bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in civil engineering and four to 10 years’ related experience and/or training in city, county, or state civil engineering projects/operations, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Also requires five-plus years of progressively responsible civil engineering experience in a management or supervisory level supplemented by college-level coursework with a concentration in civil engineering, public administration, construction management or related field. Must have professional engineer (PE) certification in civil engineering. Qualified applicants can email a city application (available at www.bentonvillear.com) and/or resume to Ed Wheeler, HR Manager at ewheeler@bentonvillear.com. Open until filled. EOE. The city does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital or veteran status, political status, disability status or other legally protected status.

CODE INSPECTOR/ENFORCEMENT OFFICER—Sheridan is accepting applications for the position of full-time code inspector/enforcement officer. Must be a U.S. citizen, at least 21 years of age, possess HS diploma or equivalent and a valid DL. Applicants should have a clean criminal background free of felony convictions and pass a drug test. Preference will be given to candidates who possess Inspection 1 Certification and International Building Code Certification. Experience in the construction industry is preferred but not required. Salary is negotiable DOEQ. Applications may be picked up at the Sheridan City Hall or call (870) 942-3921. Please mail applications and resumes to City of Sheridan, P.O. Box 44, Sheridan, AR 72150. EOE. 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) MANAGER—Carthage, Mo., is seeking qualified applicants for the position of city IT manager. The position is responsible for planning, operating and coordinating all activities and operations associated with the running of the city’s Information Technology (IT) Department and associated programs including technology infrastructure, applications and wireless communications. Experience: Three to five years in similar position. Application and detailed job description available. Contact City Administrator’s Office, 326 Grant Street, Carthage, MO 64836, Phone (417) 237-7003. Applications or resumes by mail (City Administrator Office, 326 Grant Street, Carthage, MO 64836) or email (cityjobs@carthagemo.gov). Salary Range: $37,523-$51,542 + benefits, DOEQ (Current rate $41,434). Deadline: Nov. 25 or until filled. EOE.

INSPECTOR/PERMIT WRITER—Greenwood is seeking a full-time building inspector/permit writer. The position is responsible for performing building and zoning inspections to ensure compliance with state and city building and zoning laws and regulations. The incumbent reviews construction plans, provides advice to contractors about code provisions, inspects work done on site and may, in the case of non-compliance, order a stop to work. Other duties include flood plain manager for the city, and is in charge of postings for variances and zoning requests. Starting salary is $34,000-$40,000 DOEQ. Open until filled. To apply visit www.greenwoodar.org. To receive an application, visit city hall, call (479) 996-2794 or email dsmith@gwark.com. Resumes will not be accepted without an accompanying application. EOE. Drug-free and tobacco-free workplace.

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER—Benton Utilities is currently accepting applications and resumes for the above position. A job description outlining job responsibilities and qualifications can be found at www.bentonutilities.com/personnel. Those who are interested in the position should complete an application and attach a resume then submit it to the Human Resources Department as soon as possible. An application is available from the Human Resources Department, Benton Utilities Complex, 1827 Dale Ave., Benton, AR 72015; or a printable application is available on-line at the above referenced link. Position will remain open until filled.

PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR—The city of Wynne seeks a Parks and Recreation Department head. This position is responsible for directing and managing the activities, services, maintenance, and employees of the Parks and Recreation Department. Essential job functions: Supervise, direct, and evaluate staff; handle employee concerns and problems; direct work; counsels and disciplines staff; complete employee performance appraisals; recruits, appoints, and trains staff. Conducts staff meetings and in-service training. Directs day-to-day operations and manages the Parks and Recreation Department, facilities, and grounds. Formulates department policies and procedures.  Monitors the maintenance of neighborhood parks, playgrounds, and recreation buildings; manages and coordinates preparation of athletic fields and facilities and litter pick-up for events and activities. Develops and coordinates programs and works with appropriate city departments to design and develop plans for buildings, grounds, playgrounds, athletic, and multi-purpose facilities. Monitor the condition of facilities, parks, playgrounds, and buildings. Promotes open and effective communication with employees, community leaders, and the public. Plans and prepares Parks and Recreation Department revenue and budget estimates; approves department purchases, approves all recreation programs athletics, activities, and services offered through the department. Prepares, manages, and monitors grants and contracts that expand and enhance the delivery of quality recreation programs and services. Plans and monitors department goals, objectives, performance outcomes and the quality of service delivery. Assesses programs, policies, and operational needs and makes appropriate adjustments as required. Attends athletic games, recreational activities, and special events or manages people to be present for said events.  Monitors facilities, programs and services to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, and/or standards as well as city and department policies and procedures. Maintains records and prepares regular special reports. Collaborates and builds strong partnerships with community organizations, human service agencies, recreation and sports leagues, neighborhood groups and other city departments.  Participates on boards, commissions, and committee as required; and prepares and presents presentations, staff reports, and other necessary correspondence. Develops and implements community outreach, marketing and promotional plans in cooperation other city departments. Promotes activities throughout the city on the radio, social media, newspapers, and the city website. Performs other duties as assigned. Salary: $54,850 plus benefits. Qualifications: Prefer experience in park management or a bachelor’s degree in Parks Management. Applicants should mail a resume to Wynne City Hall Attention: Mayor Jennifer Hobbs 206 S Falls Blvd Wynne, AR. 72396; or deliver in person or email jhobbs@cityofwynne.com. Closing Date: Dec. 2.

PARKS AND TOURISM DIRECTOR—Hope is accepting applications for the position of parks and tourism director. This position supervises three parks covering 225 acres, two community centers, covered rodeo arena and coliseum, 12 ballfields, swimming pool, four playground systems, visitor information center/museum/depot, three tennis courts, six pavilions, log hut, 20-acre lake and 10 full-time employees. This position also provides oversight to the Hope Advertising and Tourist Promotion Commission that provides funding for tourism promotion for the city and improvement funding for the park system. For more information on this position contact Paul G. Henley at (870) 777-7500 or tourism@hopearkansas.net.

POLICE OFFICER—The city of Monette is accepting applications for the position of police officer. Arkansas certified preferred. Starting salary for certified officer is $36,000 per year plus benefits, paid holidays, sick and vacation time. Send resumes to The City of Monette, P.O. Box 382, Monette, AR 72447; or drop resumes off at City Hall located at One Drew Ave. in Monette.

UTILITIES DIRECTOR—Fort Smith seeks an innovative, dedicated manager and self-motivated leader to serve as the new utilities director. Under the direction of the city administrator, the utilities director manages a team of personnel and resources to efficiently and reliably provide high quality potable water and effective wastewater treatment, along with a high level of customer service and compliance with federal and state regulations. The director also serves as the emergency action plan coordinator for two dams. Duties include emergency planning, training, and implementation utilizing resources from all levels of government. The chosen candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related area, with at least 10 years of experience working with water and wastewater systems. The candidate is preferred to be a registered professional engineer in Arkansas with a Class IV water license or should have the ability to acquire each. Experience with federal consent decrees is preferred but not required. The starting salary is up to $113,780, which includes a car allowance, depending on education and experience. Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGRCurrentSearches. For more information on this position contact: Gary Holland, senior vice president, Strategic Government Resources, GaryHolland@governmentresource.com, (405) 269-3445.

WASTEWATER OPERATIONS OPERATOR—The town of Menifee is accepting applications or proposals for a wastewater operations operator. Qualifications: HS diploma or GED; Class II operator’s license. Applicants must possess valid state driver’s license. Wastewater treatment facility duties: Submit discharge monitoring reports, coordinate with commercial laboratory for all required testing, maintain daily operating reports, maintain facility grounds and facility operation. Sewer collection system duties: Maintain daily pump station operating reports, provide inspection of all residential/commercial sewer service connections, maintain collection system operation; responsible for all maintenance and repairs. Approx. 20 hrs. per wk. Send proposal/resume to: Town of Menifee, Attn: Mayor Gary L. Green, P.O. Box 38, Menifee, AR 72107; (501) 477-2409 or (501) 354-0898. Applications taken until position filled.

WATER OPERATOR—Danville has an immediate opening for a full-time licensed water operator. Sick leave, vacation, health insurance paid, IRA. Send resume to Jerry Pendergraft at danville@arkwest.com.

FOR SALE—1962 Ford Fire Engine. Howe Fire Body, 750 gallon/minute pump, 500 gallon tank, ladder, hard suction red line. $3,000.00 or best offer. Contact Belleville Fire Chief D.A. Laster, (479) 495-0725.

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