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CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER—The city of Mountain Home is now accepting applications for a full-time code enforcement officer. This position will perform a variety of technical duties in support of the city’s local code enforcement program; monitor and enforce applicable ordinances, codes and regulations related to zoning, land use, nuisance housing, building codes, health and safety, blight, graffiti, water waste and other matters of public concern; and serves as a resource and provides information on city regulations to property owners, residents, businesses, the general public and other city departments and divisions. Interested applicants can find more information at www.cityofmountainhome.com/careers. EOE.

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER—Benton Utilities is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of chief financial officer. The CFO 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 and experience. Submit resume and application via mail to Terrie Sossamon, Benton Utilities, 1827 Dale Ave., Benton, AR 72015; or via email to tsossamon@bentonutilities.com. Applications and resumes will be accepted until position is filled. For complete job description and qualifications visit www.bentonutilities.com/personnel. EOE. 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR WATER & SEWER LINE MAINTENANCE—The city of Fort Smith’s next deputy director of water and sewer line maintenance will be an innovative, dedicated manager and self-motivated leader who can maintain a collaborative and supportive work environment in the department. The deputy director will strategically manage the department’s operational goals and will work harmoniously with department managers to carry out the organization’s assigned duties. The deputy director will evaluate and recommend improvements to existing programs and propose new initiatives as needed for department and system effectiveness, efficiency, safety and full compliance with state and federal requirements. The chosen candidate will possess a comprehensive knowledge of water and wastewater systems as well as the state laws and regulations governing their administration and have the technical skills required to operate and manage municipal utility systems. It will be vitally important for the next deputy director to possess a well-rounded background of both engineering knowledge and management experience coupled with a successful track record of delivering excellent business operations. The successful candidate should be able to interpret and develop technical drawings, specifications and contracts, and have extensive knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems. Specific training and continuing education in the water and wastewater fields is critical. The chosen candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, business administration or related area, with at least 10 years of experience working with water and wastewater systems. A master’s degree is a plus. Five years of supervisory experience, including three years of administrative or managerial experience, is required. A Grade 4 Arkansas Water Distribution Operator License is required or the selected candidate must obtain the license within one year of employment. The starting salary for this position is up to $100,000 annually, dependent on qualifications and experience, with growth potential to $118,913.
Please apply online at https://www.governmentresource.com/executive-recruitment/open-recruitments/fort-smith-ar-deputy-director-of-water-sewer-line-maintenance. For more information on this position contact: Gary Holland, senior vice president, Strategic Government Resources, GaryHolland@governmentresource.com, 405-269-3445.

DISTRIBUTION OPERATOR—Springdale Water Utilities is now accepting applications for the position of distribution operator. Working under the direction of the distribution supervisor and supervision of the distribution manager and the distribution director, this individual is a member of a three-member crew working in the water distribution and sanitary sewer collection systems owned, operated, and maintained by Springdale Water Utilities. Persons employed in this position are responsible for making sure health and safety measures are executed. This is a safety sensitive position. Pre-employment and random drug testing are required per DOT regulations. This position is required to be on call (duty assignment) at scheduled weekly intervals and to be available for working outside normal business hours. Actively participates in duties of a high performance three-member crew assigned to maintain, upgrade, and expand the Utility’s water distribution system and the sanitary sewer collection system. Education and training: Obtain, within three years, a Class II Water Distribution Operator’s License issued by the Arkansas Department of Health.  Employees in this position are strongly encouraged to obtain a Class IV Water Distribution Operator’s License. The Utility’s compensation system is designed to motivate employees to contribute to the maximum of their ability by compensating based on their job performance and meeting licensing requirements. Inability to obtain proper licenses, within a year of being eligible to test, will result in a decrease of potential merit increases. Employee must obtain and maintain, within six months, a State of Arkansas CDL commensurate with work duties and remain insurable by the carrier providing automotive insurance coverage to the Springdale Water and Sewer Commission. Salary range is $22.01 – $33.02 DOE. For a complete job description and to apply, visit www.springdalewater.com by clicking the apply here button or by e-mail to hr@springdalewater.com. Open until filled. Springdale Water provides an exceptional benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

FINANCE DIRECTOR/TREASURER—The city of Sherwood is looking for a finance director/treasurer to lead and manage all aspects of the city’s financial operations. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Develops and maintains timely and accurate financial statements and reports in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). Financial planning and forecasting. Management of all accounting, finance, and treasury functions for the city. Manages department administration for the city including issuance of new debt and compliance with existing programs and procedures. Monitors and evaluates municipal operations, financial transactions, and procedures for compliance with statutory requirements and policies. Directs and manages the preparation and administration of municipal budget and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). Develops and interprets cash and investment policies and procedures. Manages certain aspects of payroll processes related to funding of benefits, payroll, tax filings and auditing of bi-weekly payroll. Directs and manages the annual audit process. Applicants should have a bachelor’s in accounting, finance or business. CPA or CMA required. Minimum of seven years of experience in accounting role. Minimum three years in government accounting and management. Salary commensurate with experience. We offer excellent benefits. Please visit our website for a full job description. Interested applicants should go to www.cityofsherwood.net to complete the online application and attach their resume. Please contact Jill Ross at 501-833-3703 or Jill@cityofsherwood.net with any questions.

POLICE OFFICER—The Carlisle Police Department is now accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Preference will be given to CLEST-certified applicants, and salary is commensurate with prior law enforcement experience. Benefits include paid overtime, holiday pay, certificate pay, uniform allowance, generous sick and vacation leave, paid health insurance and LOPFI retirement. For more information, visit the city’s website at www.carlislear.org/employment.htm. EOE.

PUBLIC WORKS FIELD TECHNICIANS—The city of Cave Springs is accepting applications for public works field technicians. This is an opportunity to develop your career in a small, hometown community, with dynamic growth and development potential. This position is full time and reports directly to the public works director. The pay range is $14 to $22 per hour, with compensation being commensurate with experience, and includes continuing industry-based education, uniforms and a benefits package with health, vision, dental and APERS retirement. A background investigation will be conducted before employment can begin. Job description and application available upon request by mail or email. Submit a completed application/resume, with salary history, via mail or email to: Mayor Randall J. Noblett, City of Cave Springs, P.O. Box 36, Cave Springs, AR 72718; phone: 479-248-1040, ext.6; cell: 479-644-3149; email: randall.noblett@cavespringsar.gov.

PUMP STATION SUPERVISOR—Springdale Water Utilities is now accepting applications for the position of pump station supervisor. Working under the direction of the technical services director, persons in this position are charged with the primary responsibility of working in the operation and maintenance of fire hydrants, sewer lift stations, water storage facilities and water booster stations owned, operated and maintained by Springdale Water Utilities. The pump station supervisor is responsible for ensuring appropriate health and safety measures are established and executed by pump station operators. This is a safety sensitive position. Pre-employment and random drug testing are required per DOT regulations. This position is required to be on call (duty assignment) at scheduled weekly intervals and to be available for working outside normal business hours. High school diploma or equivalent required. Individuals must have met the minimum licensing requirements of Class II Water Distribution Operator’s License issued by the Arkansas Department of Health in order to apply for this position. Encouraged to obtain other operating licenses that are applicable to assigned job duties. The Utility’s compensation system is designed to motivate employees to contribute to the maximum of their ability by compensating based on their job performance and meeting licensing requirements. Inability to obtain proper licenses, within a year of being eligible to test, will result in a decrease of potential merit increases. Employees must have and maintain, a State of Arkansas CDL commensurate with work duties and remain insurable by the carrier providing automotive insurance coverage to the Springdale Water and Sewer Commission. Directly accountable for supervision of all assigned personnel as indicated on the Utility’s organizational chart and to periodically assist in the training of employees with less experience. Salary range is $25.96-$38.94 DOE. For a complete job description and to apply, visit www.springdalewater.com by clicking the apply here button or by e-mail to hr@springdalewater.com. Open until filled. Springdale Water provides an exceptional benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

PUMP STATION MANAGER—Springdale Water Utilities is now accepting applications for the position of pump station manager. Working under the direction of the technical services director, this individual is charged with the primary responsibility of working with assigned personnel in the operation and maintenance of all sewer lift stations, water storage facilities and water booster stations owned, operated, and maintained by Springdale Water Utilities. The pump station manager is responsible for ensuring appropriate health and safety measures are established and executed by personnel under his or her supervision. This is a safety sensitive position. Pre-employment and random drug testing are required per DOT regulations. This position is required to be available for working outside normal business hours. This individual assumes responsibility for supervising pumping station operators in the daily work assignments required for operation, maintenance and repair of water storage facilities and pump stations (sewer lift stations and water booster stations). High school diploma or equivalent required. Individuals must have met the minimum licensing requirements of a Class II Water Distribution Operator’s license issued by the Arkansas Department of Health in order to apply for this position. Individual must obtain within one year, after assuming position and meeting licensure experience requirements, a Class IV Water Distribution Operator’s License issued by the Arkansas Department of Health and a Class III Wastewater Operator’s License issued by the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. The Utility’s compensation system is designed to motivate employees to contribute to the maximum of their ability by compensating based on their job performance and meeting licensing requirements. Inability to obtain proper licenses, within a year of being eligible to test, will result in a decrease of potential merit increases. Must have and maintain a valid State of Arkansas CDL commensurate with work duties and be insurable by the carrier providing automotive insurance coverage to the Springdale Water and Sewer Commission. Salary range is $30.41-$45.61 DOE. For a complete job description and to apply, visit www.springdalewater.com by clicking the apply here button or by e-mail to hr@springdalewater.com. Open until filled. Springdale Water provides an exceptional benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

SR. PURCHASING AGENT—The city of Fayetteville seeks applicants for the position of senior purchasing agent. This senior level position manages the majority of the city’s construction bids, RFPs and RFQs amongst various other duties. This is in a fast-paced, high-volume bidding environment where attention to detail is critical and multi-tasking is necessary. This position also has a great energetic supportive team who work great together. To learn more about this position or to submit an application, please visit Careers at www.fayetteville-ar.gov or contact Andrea Foren, NIGP-CPP, purchasing manager, at aforen@fayetteville-ar.gov.