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Classified Ads will be accepted from OML members and will appear on our web page free for 30 days per ad or till its deadline date, whichever comes first. Ad is limited to (1) paragraph. Non-members will be invoiced $50. Payment must be received with in 5 business days of ad placement otherwise resulting in ad removal. E-mail us the ad copy at zwade@omlohio.org.

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The Ohio Municipal League is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Administrative Assistant. The successful candidate will posses at least (3) three years of experience in an office support role and should possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Successful candidates should have an outgoing, positive personality, and is eager to work with public officials and varying issues. Those interested in the position should have a minimum of a two-year associates degree in secretarial related studies or comparable educational or work related experience. The Administrative Assistant's duties include:

* manage incoming mail and phone contacts, directing to appropriate staff 

* assist with basic member inquiries

* supply storage, stocking & filing documents

* assist with mailings and other member contact initiatives 

* assist with league conferences & seminars including preparation duties

* record management duties

* other duties prescribed by the Executive Director.

To apply, interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Zoe Wade, OML Office Manager, 175 S. Third Street, #510, Columbus, Ohio 43215 or via email at ZWade@omlohio.org.  Resumes will be accepted until July 30, 2016

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Municipal Finance Director The Village of Woodlawn, located in Hamilton County, in Southwest Ohio is served by major highways, and convenient access to all the amenities of a big city with the charm and landscape of a small town.. Over 3,000 people call the family oriented community of Woodlawn home. The Village of Woodlawn operates under the Charter form of government. Position: The Director of Finance serves as the chief operations department head for the Finance office for the Village of Woodlawn. This position is responsible for the strategic direction and guidance of the budget, revenues, G&L, state audit and daily administration. This position manages a Staff under the duties and responsibilities of AP/AR, payroll and municipal tax collection. Essential Duties: The Finance Director oversees the receiving, receipting and accounting for all municipal revenues; oversees and manages Village cash management and investment program; Assures cash collections are properly posted to general ledger; oversees financial data processing, bi-weekly payroll, accounts payable and receivables; Directs the timely distribution of utility billings and effective utility collections; Performs general budget management and monitors status of various budget accounts. Coordinates annual external audit; directs and coordinates year-end closing functions; posts fund transfers, posts auditors entries, posts adjusting journal entries; prepares and prints month, quarter and year-end financial reports; prepares annual financial report and historical reports. Requirements and Qualifications A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field; Five (5) to Seven (7) years of progressive responsible work experience related to various administrative and financial functions or municipal government or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Municipal finance experience strongly preferred. Experience working within the CMI finance software package Considerable knowledge of GAAP, GAAFR and GASB Special Qualifications: Must be bondable; must be eligible to serve as a notary public. The Village of Woodlawn is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Interested candidates should submit resumes including salary requirements by Monday, August 15, 2016 by 5:00 p.m. Est. to the attention of Human Resources at hr@beautifulwoodlawn.us

Class I Water Treatment Operator The Village of Swanton, Ohio is seeking a qualified individual for the full time position of Class I Water Treatment Operator. The Village of Swanton is located 12 miles west of Toledo and has approximately 3,700 residents. Under the general direction of the Superintendent of Water Treatment and Distribution this position is responsible for the safe, efficient, and compliant operation and maintenance of the Village’s Water Treatment Plant. The successful applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent. State of Ohio Class I Water Treatment certification preferred (or must be able to obtain within 15 months). Applications may be obtained online at www.villageofswantonohio.us. Please send an application and resume with cover letter to Mrs. Rosanna Hoelzle, Swanton Village Administrator, 219 Chestnut Street, Swanton, Ohio 43558 by Friday July 29, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. EEO.

Economic Development Director The City of Washington Court House is currently recruiting for the position of Economic Development Director. Under the direction of the City Manager and City Council, the position plans, organizes and implements economic development functions designed to encourage business retention, expansion and attraction. Further, the Economic Development Director will perform various administrative, professional and technical tasks related to economic development issues. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated person to make a difference in the life of an active community. This position offers the right candidate a chance to work with the community to achieve a local economy that grows in diversity and strength. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity, this is the right position for you. Located half-way between Cincinnati and Columbus and a short half-hour drive to Dayton, Washington Court House offers easy access to the big city, while providing residents the relaxes lifestyle of a small community. Quiet neighborhoods in town are surrounded by open farm fields and pastures. Community institutions like Washington City School, Carnegie Public Library, the Fayette County YMCA, the Fayette County Museum, civic organizations and churches play a strong role in local community life. A population of slightly more than 14,000 ensures a community with a small feel, but with the ability to support dynamic commercial and industrial sectors. Quality housing stock is supplemented with available residential building lots. Developed open commercial ground exists along with lease opportunities. An industrial park with shovel ready sites compliments a diverse group of existing light manufacturing and distribution employers. A competitive salary offered based on experience and qualifications, quality benefits package accompanies the competitive salary. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a resume outlining their professional qualifications. The position is open until filled. The first review of applicants will occur in early June. The job description for the position may be reviewed at www.cityofwch.com. Questions and resume regarding the position should be e-mailed to jdenen@cityofwch.com or the City of Washington Court House, 105 North Main Street, Washington Court House, Ohio 43160. Exp. (8/19)

Revenue Manager The City of Fairborn is accepting online applications/resumes for the position of Revenue Manager in the Finance Department. Position is full time and the salary range is $52,333/yr--$73,445/yr. A Bachelor degree in accounting, finance, or other closely related field is required, supplemented by three (3) years of increasingly responsible governmental experience. A minimum of three (3) years supervisory experience is required. Previous experience in utility billing and income tax collection is preferred. Must have an ability to independently define problems, collect relevant data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and make recommendations regarding complex financial, personnel, and operational issues and maintain appropriate confidentiality. The applicant MUST sign a confidentiality agreement for security and confidentiality of data and programs. Must have the ability to use appropriate research methods to gather data, develop reports, communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and prepare and deliver presentations. Submit cover letter, resume and application online only on our website at www.ci.fairborn.oh.us under “Employment Opportunities”. Create a user account and password, then apply by July 29, 2016. Anyone needing a reasonable disability accommodation should call the HR Office, (937) 754-3020.EOE - M/F/DRobin M. McClureHR SpecialistCity of Fairborn44 W. Hebble Ave.Fairborn, OH 45324937-754-3021 (phone)937-754-3152 (fax)robin.mcclure@ci.fairborn.oh.us

Assistant Plant Manager The City of Perrysburg is taking applications for the position of Assistant Plant Manager for our Wastewater Treatment Plant. Minimum qualifications to apply: High School education with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in municipal wastewater treatment including experience as a shift leader or supervisory level, or any combination of relevant education, training and/or experience. An Associate’s degree with an emphasis in science or technology is preferred. Candidates must possess an Ohio EPA Class III operator’s license for wastewater treatment at the time of appointment. Must apply and gain acceptance as a Class IV Wastewater Operator examinee within 24 months of hire. Upon acceptance as a Class IV examinee, the incumbent most obtain Class IV license within 24 months; and must maintain the Class IV Ohio EPA Waste water Works Operator Certification thereafter. Must also possess or obtain an Ohio Class B CDL with airbrake and tanker endorsements within six (6) months of appointment. All candidates must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license and be eligible for coverage under the City’s vehicle insurance provider. Residency within Wood or a contiguous county required within 1 year of appointment. Salary range is $58,500 to $76,500 annually, includes an attractive benefit package. Applications and complete job description available at www.ci.perrysburg.oh.us or obtained from the Human Resources office in the Municipal Building located at 201 West Indiana Avenue, Perrysburg, OH 43551. Resumes may be included but an application must be completed for consideration. Applications will accepted until August 5, 2016.Due to the public records laws of Ohio, the identity of applicants and applications materials cannot be considered confidential. The City of Perrysburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Class III WTP/Chief Operator of Record The Village of Sebring, Ohio (4600 pop.) seeks qualified applicants for the fulltime position of Class III WTP Operator /Water Plant Superintendent.  Supervises the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant to ensure and supply the delivery of safe, potable water to customers in compliance with all applicable state and federal requirements and regulations. Ensures that chemical feeding and mixing mechanisms are operating correctly, collects and analyzes water samples, reads and logs data from SCADA.  Performs minor repairs or maintenance on pumps and related equipment. Must possess an Ohio EPA Water Operator/Supply Class III license at time of appointment. Must obtain interim Ohio EPA laboratory operational certification within 3 months of appointment. Must pass the Ohio EPA laboratory operational certification survey within 12 months of appointment. Minimum of 3 years as a Class III WTP operator required. Supervises 3 other operators. Must possess a valid driver's license. Salary is $45,693.54 annually plus benefits package. Candidates should submit resume, cover letter, and a minimum of five references to:  City Manager Rick Giroux, 135 E. Ohio Avenue, Sebring, Ohio 44672 or citymanager@sebringohio.net Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Sebring is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer. Exp. (8/15)

Superintendent of Motor Vehicles The City of Cuyahoga Falls is seeking a highly qualified individual for the position of Superintendent of Motor Vehicles. This position is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all operations within the Municipal Garage facility to properly maintain and repair all vehicles and equipment for City-wide operational activities and divisions. Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. A certificate of completion of advanced, specialized training program in automobile and truck mechanics with specific emphasis on gasoline and diesel engines, hydraulics, and electrical systems is required. Associate’s Degree in Automotive Services Technology, Public Administration, Business Management or other closely related field is preferred. Applicants must possess a valid State of Ohio Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with tanker endorsement. Must have the ability to maintain continuing eligibility under the City’s driver eligibility standards. Candidates must also be a non-smoker and non-tobacco/nicotine user and refrain from using all tobacco products for the duration of employment with the City of Cuyahoga Falls. Starting annual salary for this position is $61,333. Interested candidates must submit a detailed resume reflecting the nature of the work performed in current and prior employment. Candidates must also submit a City of Cuyahoga Falls Civil Service Application, which can be downloaded at www.cityofcf.com. Applications can also be picked up in the Human Resources Department on the 2nd floor of City Hall. Deadline to submit resumes and applications is Friday, August 5, 2016. Applications can be submitted to: City of Cuyahoga Falls Attn: Civil Service Commission 2310 Second Street Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 44221

Part-Time Finance (Income Tax) Clerk City of Moraine, Ohio Salary – Listed Below This position provides customer service; assists in the examination and auditing of municipal income tax returns to verify completeness and accuracy of returns; prepares and enters income tax return data into tax software; calculates penalty and interest on delinquent taxes; contacts taxpayers to file returns and/or to make income tax payments; maintains official income tax records and other official financial records related to municipal income taxes; prepares daily bank deposit; opens and date stamps mail related to income taxes; assists with phone and in-person income tax inquiries; performs other related duties as assigned such as performing administrative tasks and support within the Finance Department.  Candidates must have a minimum of 2 years income tax experience, preferably municipal income tax and financial experience; must be bondable, discrete and able to observe all rules of confidentiality; and possess excellent communication and customer service skills, along with excellent computer and office skills.  Starting rate of pay is $13.85 per hour, no exceptions; the pay range is from $13.85 to $16.84 hourly. To apply for the position, please complete an online application at www.ci.moraine.oh.us and attach a resume to the online application. Applications without an attached resume will not be considered. Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Salary Range: $13.85 to $16.84 hourly Hours Range: 20-25 hours per week a post offer, pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. The City Of Moraine Is an Equal Opportunity Employer Exp. (8/15)

Redevelopment Administrator The City of Zanesville is seeking applicants for the position of Redevelopment Administrator in the Community Development Department. Duties include working with the Director in furthering efforts that leads to the redevelopment of real property; implementing and reporting on the redevelopment efforts in the City’s targeted neighborhoods, and partnering with external economic development organizations on projects and programs. This position will convene stakeholders and creating Downtown Redevelopment District Plans, in accordance with AM. Sub. H.B. 233. Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in urban planning, business administration, public administration, or a related field and/or an appropriate combination of education, training, course work, and experience. State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License. This position is full-time, unclassified, and covered by Public Employment Retirement System with medical, dental, and optical included. Send resume, cover letter, and three references to Community Development Department, 401 Market Street, Rm. 204 Zanesville, OH 43701. The position is open until filled. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Exp. (8/11)

Director of Utilities Bryan Municipal Utilities, located in Northwest Ohio, is currently accepting applications for Director of Utilities. This position reports to a 5-member Board. Work involves planning, organizing and coordinating all utility functions for Electric Transmission and Distribution, Cable and Fiber Internet, Hydro, Fuel and Solar Generation, Water Distribution, Water Supply and Treatment, and Utility Engineering; developing operating objectives, policies and programs for all administrative activities and developing and implementing, at Board direction, an annual budget and a long-range capital budget for each operation. Minimum requirements include a bachelor degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Electrical Engineering, Planning, Communication, or Mechanical Engineering or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities and a valid driver’s license. Candidate must have strong leadership and communication skills. A job description with qualifications may be downloaded from www.cityofbryan.net/employment.asp .Please submit resume by July 29, 2016, to Bryan Municipal Utilities, 841 E. Edgerton St, Bryan, OH 43506; or e-mail to humanresources@cityofbryan.com . EOE

Executive Director The Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Central Ohio, Inc., located in Columbus, Ohio, was incorporated in January 2016 and empowered by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Members of the Board are appointed by the Mayor of Columbus and the Franklin County Board of Commissioners and serve as the local-policy making entity tasked with supporting local businesses through the education and training of the Central Ohio workforce. The 27-member board is comprised of representatives from various sectors of business, education, labor and community-based organizations. The Executive Director will provide overall direction for the organization, manage the Board’s operation, devise strategies and policies, formulate and implement plans, and ensure goals are met. The Executive Director will be responsible to ensure all fiscal agent responsibilities are met; develop strong relationships with Chief Elected Officials, community stakeholders, Board Members, as well as federal, state, and local workforce development and regulatory agencies; and provide support for the Board’s oversight and decision-making process. The agency has five staff members and an annual operating budget of approximately $9 million. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader with a collaborative management style. This individual must possess extensive managerial and change management experience in order to lead the organization’s transition as required by federal and state regulations. The successful candidate will be able to facilitate and collaborate with elected officials, community-based organizations, and businesses to find innovative solutions to address workforce issues. A Bachelor’s Degree in public or business administration, economics, social or behavioral sciences, education, human resources, or other relevant field is required; a master’s degree or degree in related field is preferred along with considerable work experience to provide the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities to perform executive and leadership functions of the position. The salary range is open, dependent upon qualifications and is accompanied by an excellent benefits package. Résumé review will begin July 29, 2016; position is open until filled. To apply for this excellent opportunity, visit http://www.srnsearch.com/apply and apply online. Questions may be directed to S. Renée Narloch, President, S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or info@srnsearch.com. A detailed brochure is available. WDB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Village Manager Position – The historic Village of Wellington is seeking a Village Manager. The rural community in Lorain County is located only 40 miles southwest of Cleveland with a population of 4846. Wellington has a chartered government. Under the direction and supervision of the Mayor, the Village Manager oversees approximately 30 full time employees and the operations of the Village’s electric, water and sewer facilities, as well as municipal parks, streets, and public buildings. The Manager regularly meets to resolve issues with both Village residents and government officials. Appointment is by Mayor, with the approval of Village Council. A degree or formalized training and certification in public administration, management or a specialized field relevant to the position duties is preferred. A minimum of 3 years of supervisory or management experience, preferably in the public sector, is required for an applicant to be considered. Knowledge/experience concerning government contracting and construction and concerning municipal budget and expenditure procedures are a plus. Applicant need not currently be residents, but must establish residency in the Village within 6 months after appointment. Salary will be negotiable, based on qualifications and experience. Interested individuals are invited to submit letters of interest and/or resumes for consideration (subject to the requirements of Revised Code Section 149.43). Detailed job duties are available upon request. Ideally, the position will be filled within 90 days. Electronic submittals will be accepted at hschneider@villageofwellington.com or may be mailed to Mayor Hans Schneider, Village of Wellington, 115 Willard Memorial Square, Wellington, OH 44090. Exp. (8/11)

Water/Wastewater Operator The Municipal Civil Service Commission of the City of Mount Vernon is accepting applications for a Water/Wastewater Operator test scheduled 8/2/16. Please go to: www.mountvernonohio.org and click on “civil service” (under departments) for complete job posting information and job description. Completed applications (with any materials requested/required in the posting—including a DD-214 showing an honorable discharge for veterans) can be sent to: Rm. 203, 40 Public Square, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050. Deadline is 7/25/16 at 1pm. No exceptions. Pay range: $40,400 to start; approximately $44,500 @ 2yr and a great benefits package. Please e-mail: cvlserv@mountvernonohio.org with any questions.

Building Inspector 1 The City has an immediate opening for the above f/t, classified position. Qualifications: candidates must possess a current certification for a Residential Building Inspector (RBI) and the ability to obtain an Interim Commercial Building Inspector (CBI) certification within one (1) year, from the State of Ohio Board of Building Standards.  The ability to have or obtain an Electrical Safety Inspector (ESI) is a plus.  Also required is a valid Ohio driver’s license w/a good driving record and a high school diploma or GED. Apply with a detailed resume and cover letter to civilservice@reypd.com or mail to: Civil Service Commission, 7240 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg OH 43068. Include copies of your inspector certificate(s), h. s. diploma and/or college transcript or GED certificate, and any other applicable certificates. Call Linda or Billie at 614-322-6934 w/questions. Salary range $55,000 – $57,700 and includes excellent benefits. EOE. Exp. (8/1)