Careers

Below are the current job opportunities with the City of Green. 

Regardless of the position an employment application must be submitted. The City of Green conducts background checks and drug tests for all new hires.

The City of Green is an equal opportunity employer.

Current Positions: 

FIREMEDIC

Annual Compensation:  $48,678

The City of Green Civil Service Commission will conduct an examination on November 2, 2016 at 6:00pm to establish a current eligibility list.  Application deadline is 4:00pm Friday, October 7, 2016. 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Completion of secondary education (high school or GED).  Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.  Must possess a State of Ohio motor vehicle operator’s license, and remain insurable under the City’s vehicle insurance policy.  State of Ohio Department of Education Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic (EMT-P) certification is required.  Applicants currently enrolled in an EMT-P certification are eligible to take the examination with proof of enrollment; however, must have the EMT-P certification to be hired.

Must obtain certification from the State of Ohio as a full-time firefighter within one (1) year after employment by the City; and successfully complete all medical, physical agility, psychological and other examinations as required by the City.

ILLUSTRATIVE DUTIES:  (The duties listed below are intended to depict tasks performed by this classification.)

  • Perform various highly skilled tasks to provide emergency response for fire and medical situations: Fight fires; operate fire apparatus and equipment; perform rescues; administer drugs and provide advanced life support treatment to victims.
  • Complete work assignments.
  • Participate in training.
  • Perform pre-plan walk through.
  • Mitigate real or potential fire-life safety hazards through the established chain of command.
  • Perform cursory fire investigations to determine cause and origin.
  • Complete and file fire, EMS, and activity reports as required.
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls and assist with the control and suppression of fires: Operate fire apparatus: pumps, mechanical, detection and power equipment; lay hose lines and direct hose stream; perform forcible entry; remove hazards; search for victims, etc.; perform various other skilled tasks in order to provide fire-life safety protection to the community.
  • Respond to calls for emergency medical treatment and provide any and all services which a paramedic is legally permitted to perform: cardiac monitoring; electrical interventions to support correct cardiac dysfunction; airway procedures; the administering of drugs and intravenous fluids, etc.
  • Operate rescue squad vehicles to respond to emergency medical situations
  • Perform various other skilled tasks in order to provide public safety and emergency medical services.
  • Respond to other types of emergency rescue or emergency assistance situations: hazardous material spills, confined space rescues, trench rescues, water rescues, etc.
  • Prepare documentation related to shift activities:  forms, correspondence, memos, reports, etc.; review documentation generated by the administration to ensure compliance.
  • Attend seminars and other training sessions and study materials in order to enhance skills and improve response readiness; maintain required licensure and certifications.
  • Perform a variety of other assignments to assist with the efficient operation of the fire division and bureaus within the fire division: conduct public tours, make presentations to service groups and clubs, help with inventory supplies and equipment, assist with the maintenance of equipment and facilities, etc.
  • Perform other related duties as directed or assigned by a higher ranking officer and determined to be necessary in order to promote, further or ensure the effective and efficient operation of the division.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIESnecessary to perform duties (* indicates developed after employment).

Knowledge of:  Division policies and procedures*; modern firefighting tactics and strategies*; geographical layout of the City*; safety practices and procedures; modern paramedic principles practices and equipment; rescue procedures and equipment*; radio communication practices and principles*; basic knowledge of the Ohio Fire Code*; basic fire investigation practices*; proper English spelling and grammar.

Skill in:  Operating/utilizing fire fighting tools and equipment*; operating/utilizing specialized (hazmat-trot) tools and equipment*; operating equipment used in emergency rescues; operating/utilizing hazardous atmospheric monitoring equipment*; operating/utilizing radio equipment*.

Ability to:  Communicate effectively; exercise; apply sound, judgment during stressful situations; follow orders, collect, analyze, interpret, and relay data; effectively interact with others.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS STRENGTH RATING:  In accordance with the U. S. Department of Labor physical demands strength ratings, this is very heavy work. (Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.) 

APPLICATION:  Applications available at the City of Green Administration Bldg, 1755 Town Park Blvd., Green, OH  44232 or at www.cityofgreen.org/job-opportunities.  Return application, proof of education (copy of high school diploma or GED), copy of driver’s license, copy of EMT-P certification or proof of enrollment in EMT-P program and a $10 non-refundable filing fee (checks payable to City of Green) to the Human Resources Office or mail to the Civil Service Commission, P.O. Box 278, Green, OH  44232-0278.

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SEASONAL WINTER JOBS

$11.68-$16.35/hour based on experience

Do you want to contribute to the growth of a progressive, prosperous and promising city?

  The City of Green is in need of CDL A or B drivers to assist with snow & ice removal. 

  • Limited term employment with various duties and responsibilities.
  • Snow and ice removal
  • Completion of secondary education (High School or GED) and 18 years old.
  • Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver’s license (Class A and/or B CDL) and remain insurable
  • Full-time hours; shifts may vary; possible nights and weekends; possible Overtime
  • Maximum term of employment – up to 180 days

Job Responsibilities: Under direction perform unskilled labor functions in the maintenance of city buildings and parks property:  landscape and tree nursery maintenance; assist with road paving; load and unload material; paint structures and equipment; flag traffic; monitor and maintain the City’s recycle facility; performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:  Completion of secondary (high school or GED) and 18 years old.  Must possess a valid State of Ohio driver’s license and qualify for and remain insurable under the City’s vehicle insurance policy.   

Illustrative Duties:   

  • Assist in snow and ice removal throughout the City.
  • Assist in construction and/or maintenance of sports fields (marking, rolling) in City parks 
  • Perform road and storm water maintenance duties:  moving materials and supplies, berm and road patching and repair, ditching, traffic control (flagging) duties at work sites, etc. 
  • Perform routine inspections and maintenance of division equipment and vehicles:  washing, checking fluid levels, sharpening tools. 
  • Maintain records of hours worked to be completed and submitted to the Finance Department as required and directed.  Maintain additional records as required. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 
  • Maintains records of users name and addresses and materials dropped off at the City’s facility.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIESnecessary to perform duties (* indicates developed after employment). 

Knowledge of:  safety, department/division policies and procedures*, traffic laws.  

Ability to:  follow routine instructions, work in adverse weather conditions, effectively interact with others, lift and move heavy objects, operate/utilize simple tools and equipment, operate light motorized equipment, prepare routine work related records; exert up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects. 

In accordance with the U.S. Department of Labor physical demands strength ratings, this is considered heavy work.      

*How to apply:  Interested candidates MUST submit an employment application.  An online, printable version can be found under “Documents” .  Print off the application or stop by the Human Resources Department and pick up an application. 

*Where to Apply:  The City of Green’s Central Administration Building’s address is 1755 Town Park Blvd, Uniontown, Ohio 44685.  Candidates can drop applications off or mail applications to the address above. 

 EOE