Employment

It is the policy of the City of Owensville that all employees are employed at the will of the City.

It is the policy of the City to maintain a work place that is free from effects of drug and alcohol abuse.  Each applicant will be required to perform a pre-employment drug screening, physical and e-verify prior to employment.

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NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

POLICE RECORDS CLERK

The City of Owensville is currently accepting applications for one (1), full-time Police Records Clerk. The Records Clerk is a non-exempt, hourly position supervised by the Police Chief. This position collects, processes, and distributes data and information in support of the operations of the Owensville Police Department.

The Records Clerk will be expected to frequently interact with the general public including visitors to the Police Station, receive and forward phone calls to the appropriate persons, and take and distribute messages. This position will respond to requests for incident reports and provide information according to the Missouri Sunshine Law and other applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.

The Records Clerk will be expected to assist the officers of the Owensville Police Department with the completion of incident reports which may include transcribing dictation. This position will be expected to collect and enter all necessary information to applicable state and federal crime databases ensuring for completeness and accuracy. The tasks and responsibilities listed herein shall not be considered exhaustive and additional tasks and responsibilities may be required.

Required qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Missouri Driver's License, computer proficiency, and six months of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional desired qualifications include an Associate's Degree or higher and one year of experience working in a similar capacity for a law enforcement agency.

The City of Owensville offers a very generous benefits package including health insurance, personal, sick, and vacation time, and LAGERS membership. Starting pay is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The successful candidate must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test.

To apply, please submit a completed employment application to Nathan Schauf, City Administrator, at 107 W Sears Ave, Owensville MO 65066 or cityadmin@cityofowensville.com. Please visit City Hall or the City's website at www.cityofowensville.com/employment to obtain an employment application. This position is open until filled. EOE.

EMA COORDINATOR

The City of Owensville is currently accepting applications for the position of Owensville Emergency Management Agency Coordinator. The Coordinator has direct responsibility for the administration and operations of local emergency management activities and reports to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen under limited supervision.

The Coordinator will be expected to hold consistent office hours during non-emergency situations, complete and submit required documents to the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and any other applicable agency, maintain excellent records and documentation, including the Local Emergency Operations Plan, and assume control during man-made and natural emergency situations within the territorial boundaries of the City of Owensville.

The Owensville Emergency Management Agency has historically been partially funded by the Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) which is administered by SEMA with oversight by the Office of Homeland Security. The Coordinator will be expected to comply with all EMPG requirements including, but not limited to, documentation of expenses and attendance at training sessions and seminars. The Coordinator will also be expected to remain abreast of any new and developing standards and best practices within the field of emergency management.

Required qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Missouri Driver's License, computer proficiency, the ability to problem solve, and one year working in public safety. Additional desired qualifications include an Associate's Degree or higher and experience working in the specific field of emergency management.

The tasks and responsibilities listed herein shall not be considered exhaustive and additional tasks and responsibilities may be required. The Coordinator is a part-time employee who is not eligible for benefits and the annual salary is negotiable, depending on qualifications.

To apply, please submit a completed employment application to Nathan Schauf, City Administrator, at 107 W Sears Ave, Owensville MO 65066 or cityadmin@cityofowensville.com. Please visit City Hall or the City's website at www.cityofowensville.com/employment to obtain an employment application. This position is open until filled and the first review of applications will occur on Thursday, September 20th, 2018. EOE.

City of Owensville
Human Resources
107 West Sears Avenue
Owensville, Missouri 65066

The City of Owensville is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status in the provision of services, in programs or activities, or employment opportunities and benefits.