Employment

 PLEASE NOTE:  In order to qualify for City positions, a City application form must be completed and received by the stated deadline.  Applications and position descriptions are available in the City Administrator’s office, 227 South Front Street, (507)934-0663 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

Applications for Police Department positions are available from the Saint Peter Civil Service Commission, c/o Saint Peter Police Department, 207 South Front Street, (507)931-1550. Faxed, emailed, and/or late applications will not be considered for any City of Saint Peter (including Police) position.  The City of Saint Peter is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

 

The following positions are now open: 

 * SEASONAL POSITIONS IN PUBLIC WORKS AND RECREATION/LEISURE SERVICES

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SEASONAL POSITIONS IN PUBLIC WORKS AND RECREATION: The City of Saint Peter is accepting applications for seasonal positions for the 2015 summer season.  These are positions for which an eligibility list will be maintained until August 31, 2015. Applications available beginning Wednesday, February 11, 2015 on the City’s website (Seasonal Job Application Form – only for seasonal positions); from the City Administrator’s office during the hours of 8 am– Noon and 1–5 pm, 227 S. Front Street; or by calling 507-934-0663.  Completed applications must be received by the City Administrator’s Office by 5 pm on Friday, March 13, 2015.  Faxed and/or late applications will not be accepted. 
  • PUBLIC WORKS SEASONAL LABORER:  Duties include a variety of manual labor tasks associated with the care, maintenance, and cleaning of City facilities and equipment including, but not limited to, painting, washing, mowing, weeding, digging, cleaning and organizing; planting, trimming, and removal of trees and shrubs and mowing and trimming facilities.   40 hours/week.  Applicants must possess a minimum valid Class C or D driver’s license.  Must pass pre-employment drug test; subject to post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, and follow-up drug and alcohol testing required by federal regulations. Minimum age:  18.  A condition of employment shall be successful completion of a background investigation.  Must be at least 18 years of age for Public Works positions.  Starting wage - $9.00/hour.
  • RECREATION/LEISURE SERVICES:
    • SPORTS/SPECIAL EVENTS PROGRAM COORDINATOR: Train & supervise staff, organize and implement summer sports and special event programs (Baseball, Soccer, Special Events etc.) and. Need strong organizational, motivational, planning and leadership skills.  Experience with school age children. 35 –40 hours/week. Mid May–End of August.  Starting wage: $11.00/hour.
    • CREATE A CAMP COORDINATOR:  Train, supervise staff, organize and implement summer programs (Day Camps, Special Events) for 6 –10 year old children.  Leadership and supervisory experience with recreation activities required. Need strong organizational, motivational, planning and leadership skills.  35–40 hours/week.  Mid May–Mid August. Starting wage: $11.00/hour.
    • SPECIALTY CAMP/PRESCHOOL COORDINATOR: Train & supervise staff organize and implement summer programs (Lil Rascals, Specialized Day Camps, Special Events) for 3–10 year old children. Leadership and supervisory experience with recreation activities required. Need strong organizational, motivational, planning and leadership skills.  35–40 hours/week.  Mid May–Mid August. Starting wage: $11.00/hour.
    • VOLUNTEER IN THE PARK COORDINATOR: Recruit, train, assign and supervise youth volunteers. Strong organizational skills and previous work with youth required. Flexible hours. 30–40 hours/week. May–August. Starting wage:  $11.00/hour.
    • RECREATION LEADERS: Responsibilities include implementing youth summer recreation and sports programs and special events. Previous experience working with youth desired. Strong leadership and organizational skills required.  Mid May–mid/end August.  35–40 hours/week.  Starting wage: $9.50/hour.
    • PART TIME RECREATION LEADERS:  Responsibilities include implementing youth summer recreation and sports programs and special events. Previous experience working with youth desired.  Strong leadership and organizational skills required. Mid May–mid/end August.  20–25 hours/week. Starting wage: $9.50/hour.
  • AQUATICS PROGRAM- Aquatics Program candidates must pass pre-employment drug test; be subject to post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, and follow-up drug and alcohol testing required by federal regulations.
    • HEAD LIFEGUARDS: Duties include supervision of aquatics personnel, pool patrons, and pool facility. Must have three years of lifeguard experience. Current WSI, LGT, First Aid and CPR certificates required. Strong leadership background. Minimum age: 18. Starting wage:  $10.50/hour.
    • LIFEGUARD/WSI: Duties include teaching swim lessons and supervision of swimmers. Some maintenance. Full, part-time and substitute positions. Current WSI, LGT, First Aid & CPR Certificates required. Starting wage:  $9.50/hour.
    • LIFEGUARD (without WSI): Duties include supervision of swimmers and some maintenance. Full, part-time and substitute positions. Current LGT, First Aid & CPR Certificates required. Minimum age: 15. Starting wage:  $9.00/hour.
    • OUTDOOR POOL CASHIER: Duties include collection of pool fees, light bookkeeping, some maintenance and strong public relations skills.  Part-time. Starting wage:  $7.25/hour.