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CITY ENGINEER—The City of Monticello is currently taking applications for a full-time engineer. Applicant must possess an Arkansas DL, a plumbing inspector license, a Waste Water Treatment Operator License Class 3 with an emphasis in Industrial, Distribution and Treatment Water Operator Licensing Class 4, a minimum of a HS diploma and have the ability to adapt to various environmental conditions. An acceptable applicant should have at least 3 years or more of experience working within a water or public works department. At least 2 years of experience taking water samplings and carryout out treatment. Experience and training in building inspections and permits. At least 1 year of experience supervising others in the area of water, sewer, solid waste or mechanics. The city is seeking an energetic individual who has the capability and knowledge of communicating with the Department of Health, ADEQ, as well as various other organizations in order to maintain city compliance with all required standards set forth by these entities. The engineer will be expected to communicate effectively with the public works superintendent, mayor, and water office director on a daily basis. On-the-job training provided. Salary range is $43,919.59–$52,442.29. Full benefits package included. Interested applicants can pick up application from Monticello City Hall, 203 West Gaines St., Monticello, AR 71655, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., M-F.; or email Patty Burchett at montcitypatty@att.net. For more information please contact Patty Burchett at (870) 367-4400. Deadline to apply is Nov. 30. 

CITY MANAGER—The City of El Reno, Okla., is currently accepting applications for the position of city manager. El Reno is a rapidly growing community in industrial and urban development while still offering a small town feel and rural living. This position reports directly to the city council comprised of the mayor and four council members. The ideal candidate should possess the following qualifications: a bachelor’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university in Public Administration, Political Science, Business Management, or a closely related field, and have 5 years of progressive experience as a municipal administrator. The compensation package will depend on the candidate’s qualifications. Candidates not living within the area must be willing to relocate to a residence that satisfies the statutory requirement. The successful candidate must pass a post-employment drug screen, physical, and extensive background check. Interested applicants can submit their resume in confidence to: Roger Rinehart, City Attorney, 115 S Rock Island, El Reno, OK 73036. EOE.

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR—The City of Arkadelphia is accepting applications for a communications director. Applicants must have a college degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or related field. Applicants must have strong written and verbal communication skills, be well organized in thought and execution, and work well under pressure. Please visit cityofarkadelphia.com for full details of qualifications and applications. Salary range is DOQ. Offer and acceptance contingent upon passing a drug test and background check. Send applications and resumes to Human Resources Department, 700 Clay St, Arkadelphia, AR 71923. EOE.

HR MANAGER—Rogers Water Utilities seeks applicants for the position of human resource manager. Leadership role in proactively developing, implementing, managing, and integrating people strategies, programs, and guidelines in support of business and organizational objectives for approximately 70 employees in an enterprise business unit of the City of Rogers. Benefit plan selection and negotiation is performed by the city; however, position will be responsible for enrollment and eligibility of employees administered through an existing web-based city program. Duties include organizational development, building leadership capability, retention strategies, employee relations, compensation, performance management, merit pay program, training and development, integration of diversity and inclusion, and career coaching. Position requires independent judgment, initiative, and discretion based on knowledge of personnel policies and administrative procedures while performing daily activities. The preferred candidate will have a thorough knowledge and experience of all matters pertaining to effective and efficient handling of personnel administration in a similar setting. Relation skills and problem-solving ability are necessary since a large amount of the job is maintaining contact and communicating with managers, supervisors and employees to assist and explain personnel policies and procedures. Full benefits including APERS. $62,000 – $72,000. Preferred certificates, licenses, registrations: State/local government HR experience, degree in Human Resources, HRCI or SHRM certification. For more information please email brentdobler@rogersar.gov or call at (479) 621-1142.

POLICE CHIEF—The City of Elkins is accepting applications for the position of police chief. Ideal applicant must have at least 5 years of direct law enforcement experience and strong leadership skills and be certified. Experience in a supervisory position in the law enforcement field preferred. Starting salary will be based on experience. Resumes may be sent to City of Elkins, 1874 Stokenbury Road, Elkins, AR 72727; or email gaylastahman@elkins.arkansas.gov

POLICE CHIEF—The City of Gillett (Arkansas County) is accepting applications for the position of police chief. Resumes may be sent to City of Gillett, P.O. Box 367, Gillett, AR 72055; email to gillett003@centurytel.net; or fax to (870) 548-3121. For more information, please call (870) 548-2541.

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