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$8.00-$9.00/hr depending upon qualifications and experience
Part-Time, approx. 10-12 hours per week, schedule to be determined by final candidate
Under direction of the Human Resources Director, assists in the performance of a wide variety of general clerical duties, including filing, scanning, and reviewing documents, and other office related work as required.
Part-Time/25 hours per week, typically 5 hours per day, with flexibility
Under general direction of the Utility Billing Supervisor, complete daily Utility Billing processes.
- $41,014 - $49,373 annual base pay depending on experience and education
- Plus education pay of $1200/yr for an associate’s degree or $1500/yr for a bachelor’s degree
- Plus holiday pay of $1771/yr
- $850 uniform allowance payable each July, after completing one year of service
- Longevity pay commences at 5 years of service
- $1,000/yr incentive for certified* police officers payable upon completion of probationary period, maximum of 5 years. *Certifications and years of experience are approved at the discretion of the Chief of Police
- $2,000 hiring incentive for fluent Spanish speaking individuals subject to department testing
- $3,000 hiring incentive for those individuals who can speak, read and write Spanish fluently , subject to department testing
• Responsible for prevention and suppression of crime and the enforcement of city, state, and federal laws.
• Operate a motor vehicle for routine patrol assignments and responding to the needs of the community
• Enforce state and federal laws and City ordinances
• Make arrests on criminal and traffic related offenses
• Performs other duties as assigned, which include but are not limited to: investigation of crime scenes, preservation and collection of evidence, preparation of handwritten and typed reports, oral testimony in courts of law, investigation of traffic accidents, etc.
General Services-Public Works
$10.00-$13.00 per hour. No Benefits.
Under the direction of the Recycle Center Operator, responsible for the general maintenance, opening and closing of recycle center, hauling roll off containers and trailers. Monitors flow of recycled and waste materials; coordinates and schedules pickup frequencies with outside agencies, and requisitions supplies and materials as needed. Informs customers of fee and payment schedules and receives payments for processed materials. Responds to customer questions and resolves problems, and inspects and processes incoming materials. Ensures recyclable and waste materials are placed in appropriate containers. Performs repairs as needed and maintains facility in a clean and orderly manner. SATURDAYS ONLY
20-30 flexible hours per week
Under the direction of the Economic Development Director, the Economic Development Intern will conduct research, marketing, and correspondence with diverse stakeholders in support of Owasso’s business development, retention and recruitment efforts, project development plans, workforce development, the Owasso Economic Development Strategic Plan, and the City of Owasso’s Redbud District Development. The intern is also encouraged to design his/her own project to complete that will contribute to both the City of Owasso’s economic development efforts and the intern’s academic and/or professional development.
The Economic Development Internship is structured to provide the intern with substantial—and transferrable—skills and experience to progress professionally and personally. The intern will be involved in the Economic Development Strategic Planning Project and gain experience working with a diverse set of stakeholders across multiple sectors (city government, public-private partnerships, private business and community organizations). They will also develop important skills and experience as they work on the marketing and development of the Redbud District/TIF District. The Economic Development Intern will also gain professional and personal experience while engaging in the community at large. The goal is for the intern to gain a holistic and authentic experience working for and serving in a diverse community.
The Economic Development Internship is ideal for undergraduate and graduate students (currently enrolled and seeking college credit) seeking careers in economic development, community development, city planning/management, policy & politics, urban development or real estate. The program is designed for ambitious individuals not only to build a strong resume, but also to make an impact on the community as they further develop important skills critical to a successful career.
General Services-Public Works
$11.33-$15.29 per hour depending upon qualifications and experience
Under the direction of the Recycle Center Operator, responsible for the general maintenance, opening and closing of recycle center, hauling roll off containers and trailers. Monitors flow of recycled and waste materials; coordinates and schedules pickup frequencies with outside agencies, and requisitions supplies and materials as needed. Informs customers of fee and payment schedules and receives payments for processed materials. Responds to customer questions and resolves problems, and inspects and processes incoming materials. Ensures recyclable and waste materials are placed in appropriate containers. Performs repairs as needed and maintains facility in a clean and orderly manner.
$13.78 - $18.60/hr depending upon qualifications and experience.
Maintenance and care of refuse truck and operating and maintaining daily refuse routes
$15.00 with the possibility of additional experienced based pay.
• $500/yr incentive for experience as an Emergency Services Dispatcher, payable upon completion of probationary period, maximum of 5 years. *Years of experience are approved at the discretion of the Chief of Police
Under general supervision of the Dispatch Supervisor, receives requests for police, fire, and emergency medical assistance from the public. Dispatches and/or relays calls for service to the appropriate police, fire, and emergency medical agencies or units. Assists emergency service agencies by collecting, retrieving, and disseminating information vital to operations. Acts as a jailer providing supervision, cleaning duties, meals and phone calls for prisoners. Requires ability to work both day and night shifts in increments of 8-12 hours. May include working holidays.
The Owasso Police Department has an opening for dispatcher.
• Dispatchers start at $15.00 per hour payable every two weeks.
• For experienced dispatchers we offer a $500 bonus for each year of emergency dispatch experience (up to $2500) payable upon completion of a 6 month probationary period.
• We offer incredible benefits to our employees. We offer medical, dental and vision plans. Health insurance premiums are free for the employee and family coverage is available at a very affordable rate.
• We offer a retirement plan through the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement fund and an optional payroll savings plan with 50% matching funds on up to 2% of your earnings.
Dispatch is emotionally difficult and stressful, but one of the most fulfilling experiences your will ever have.
Dispatch is a career, not just a job.
Dispatchers are professionals with specialized skills and talents that are unique to that profession.
The hiring process is somewhat extensive, because we want the best. If you would like a career that truly makes a difference for your community, one that offers personal and professional fulfillment, stability and a sense of pride, apply for a position at the Owasso Police