Public Service Technician
The City of Norwood Young America is taking applications for a Public Service Technician.
Public Service Technician – Public Works Streets, Buildings, and Parks assists in maintaining city streets, buildings, and parks. Essential duties will include Equipment Operation and Maintenance, Street Maintenance, and Park & Building Maintenance/Janitorial.
Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, valid MN Class A driver’s license (CDL) or the ability to obtain one within 90 days of hire and experience with machinery and tools. Desired qualifications would include previous experience as a Public Service Technician and Mechanical aptitude.
Salary: Salary range is $19.34 to $25.36 per hour, based on qualifications.
Apply: To apply for the Public Service Technician position, please fill out the Employment Application below and drop off at NYA City Hall, 310 Elm Street West, Norwood Young America or email to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until 4 p.m. on Thursday, September 3rd, 2020.Download Employment Application (PDF)
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The City of Norwood Young America’s polling location is at NYA City Hall Council Chambers at 310 West Elm Street, NYA. All voters must vote in the precinct where they legally reside.
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