FULL TIME PUBLIC WORKS POSITION
City of Mt. Healthy is hiring a full time laborer position within our Public Works Department for 2020. Exact starting date is still open. Starting pay is based on experience. 40 hours per week and some overtime will be required during snow events and other emergencies.
Heavy lifting will be required in the position. This is a position within the Public Works Department with a wide variety of duties pertaining to the maintenance of roads, green space, parks, storm sewers, and drainage structures within Mt. Healthy.
A Public Works Dept. laborer is responsible for performing manual tasks assigned by the Public Works Director and/or the City Manager. The laborer will assist the street department with general maintenance of city right of ways, signage, snow removal, roads and storm sewer system repairs including on the job training as needed. Assist with the servicing and maintenance of vehicles, equipment and tools used by Public Works Department, operation of vehicles, trucks and equipment as needed for construction work, street maintenance, and hauling of materials.
You must have or be able to obtain a CDL license within six months from date of hire. You must be able to pass a background check and drug screening. Please apply online or you may pick up an application at City Hall, located at 7700 Perry St., Mt. Healthy, OH 45231, 8am – 4pm.
MT. HEALTHY LAUNCHES SEECLICKFIX
The City of Mt. Healthy is proud to announce the launch of SeeClickFix in our city. SeeClickFix is a service that allows residents to report issues throughout the community- such as potholes, graffiti, abandoned cars, and more- using the SeeClickFix or online web portal. But not to worry, residents can still call and come into City Hall to report problems. One of the major benefits of SeeClickFix is that if residents provide an email address when they report an issue, they will receive automatic updates when action is taken to resolve the issue, so every step of the way, residents will be in the know about the status of their issue. To report an issue, click on the SeeClickFix button on our website menu or download the SeeClickFix app. Happy reporting!
You can also click here to read about our launch on the SeeClickFix blog.
Hamilton County Hazardous Waste
Pesticides/Fertilizers • Solvents/Thinners/Oil-Based Paints & Stains • Lawn/Pool Chemicals • Cleaners • Batteries • Fire Extinguishers • Propane Tanks • Mercury • Fluorescent Bulbs • Driveway Sealer • Gasoline/Motor Oil • Antifreeze • Thermostats • Tar • Oxygen/Helium Cylinders
Latex Paint • Radioactive Materials • Medical Waste • Explosives/Ammunition • Tires • Yard Trimmings • Garbage • Roofing Materials • Appliances • Computers/Electronics • Unmarked or Inoperable Cylinders • Fireworks/Gun Powder • Prescription Drugs
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PUBLIC LIBRARY PROGRAMMING SURVEY
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is asking patrons to complete a short survey about programming offered by the library. It should only take a few minutes to fill out and will help the library gain valuable insights into the wants and needs of its patrons as they relate library programming. If you have the time, please print and complete the survey, which can either be submitted to the library in person or emailed to Elizabeth Hartlaub at Elizabeth.Hartlaub@CincinnatiLibrary.org. Thanks for taking the time to keep our local libraries great!