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Careers with the City of Auburn

The City of Auburn offers an array of opportunities with a good pay and benefits package and the satisfaction of doing work that helps make Auburn a great place to live and work. The City of Auburn is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with state and federal law.

Current Job Openings


Position

Seasonal Employees

DEPARTMENT

Street Department

Description
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Seasonal positions (July-October) to perform general street maintenance tasks, including brush/debris pickup, painting, mowing, etc.

Apply

Interested candidates can submit their application to humanresources(at)ci.auburn.in.us. Applications can be downloaded from the button in the top righthand corner of this page.

Candidates may also complete an application in person at 210 E. Ninth Street, Auburn, IN 46706.

Deadline: June 29, 2018

EOE / Drug Free Workforce / E-VERIFY

The City of Auburn is an enrolled employer in the E-Verify Program verifying the work eligibility status of its new employees and will remain so until that program no longer exists.


Position

Full-time Sewer Maintenance Technician

DEPARTMENT

Department of Water Pollution Control

Description
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The Department of Water Pollution Control is seeking a fulltime Sewer Maintenance Technician/Trainee. This employee reports directly to and assists the Sewer Maintenance Supervisor. This position is responsible for basic duties related to the sanitary and storm sewer collection system, including the operation and maintenance of equipment for cleaning, renovation and improvements to collection system and appurtenances. 

Qualifications

  • Possesses a high school diploma or GED
  • Possesses a valid Class B Indiana Commercial Driver’s License, or has the ability to obtain a Class B Indiana Commercial Driver’s License
  • Ability to meet essential cognitive, psychological, physical and environmental requirements

Responsibilities

  • Locates, inspects connections, and investigates sewers
  • Clean sewers with vacuum; televises sewer with camera equipment
  • Rehabilitates or replaced manholes and catch basins
  • Performs flow checks of gravity sewers
  • Performs grease trap inspections
  • Cleans equipment weekly
  • Occasionally maintains sewer easements
  • Operated a variety of equipment, including vacuum and camera trucks

Full job desciption

Job Status
Full-time, non-exempt with benefits; some nights and weekends required

Benefits
Vacation pay, holiday pay, paid time off, group health, vision and dental insurance, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, and city-paid PERF annuity and retirement.

Salary
$12 - $22 / hour depending upon experience

Apply

Interested candidates can submit their cover letter, resume and/or application to Auburn Dept. of Water Pollution Control, P.O. Box 506, Auburn, IN 46706 or emailed to WPC(at)ci.auburn.in.us.

Applications can be downloaded from the button in the top righthand corner of this page.

Deadline: July 20, 2018

EOE / Drug Free Workforce / E-VERIFY

The City of Auburn is an enrolled employer in the E-Verify Program verifying the work eligibility status of its new employees and will remain so until that program no longer exists.


Position

Full-time Field Service Technician

DEPARTMENT

City of Auburn / Auburn Essential Services

Description
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The City of Auburn / Auburn Essential Services is seeking an ambitious and self-motivated individual to join our team as a Field Service Technician, working directly with customers installing and supporting Internet, TV and voice services, as well as assisting our Outside Plant team with fiber projects. The ideal candidate should be detail oriented, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be motivated to serve others, and enjoy working in a fast paced environment.

Skills & Qualifications

  • Excellent customer services skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Windows
  • Basic skills in computers, networking, audio/video equipment helpful but not required
  • Ability to work effectively with tight deadlines and changing priorities
  • Effective written and verbal skills
  • Self-starter who works well independently
  • Flexibility and willingness to work overtime and/or weekends as needed
  • Attention to detail, safety, and quality workmanship
  • Ability to lift weight up to 75 Pounds
  • Willingness to work in all types of weather
  • Capable of walking, sitting/kneeling, crouching, climbing, and working in confined spaces
  • Ability to drive, including a valid driver’s license
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Experience is a plus, but we will train new talent

Essential Duties & Responsibilities 

  • Fiber service installation, maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Installation of premise hardware and wiring, including ONTs, battery backups, NEMA enclosures, Ethernet cables, coax cables, routers, set-top boxes, etc.
  • Fiber mainline construction, maintenance and troubleshooting, including the use of motorized mechanical equipment and aerial lifts at heights up to 30 feet
  • Care and maintenance of assigned vehicles, tools and equipment
  • After hours phone support and/or service calls

Salary
$14 - $20 depending on experience, plus benefits

Hours
40 hours a week, with some nights and weekends required

Apply

Interested candidates can submit their cover letter, resume and/or application to the City of Auburn via e-mail aesjobs(at)ci.auburn.in.us.

Applications can be downloaded from the button in the top righthand corner of this page.

Deadline: July 20, 2018

EOE / Drug Free Workforce / E-VERIFY

The City of Auburn is an enrolled employer in the E-Verify Program verifying the work eligibility status of its new employees and will remain so until that program no longer exists.

 
 

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