Job Opportunities


City of Maplewood
The Assistant Finance Director plays a vital role in maintaining accurate financial records and ensuring compliance. The position is responsible for reconciling bank and general ledger accounts, preparing journal entries, and assisting with accounts payable, purchasing, revenue collection, audits, and annual budgeting. Key responsibilities also include budget preparation, financial analysis, and generating reports for internal stakeholders. The position collaborates with staff in other departments to facilitate accurate financial reporting and assists with financial forecasting.
Alexis Miller, Finance Director
314-646-3606
a-miller@cityofmaplewood.com
City of Calverton park
Under the supervision of the mayor, this position performs responsible administrative duties. The City Clerk is the official custodian of municipal documents and is responsible for various City records. The employee has a substantial amount of public contact regarding the furnishing of information concerning City Ordinances and policies. Work assignments are prescribed in Missouri State Statutes and City of Calverton Park Ordinances, and received from the Mayor, the Governing Body, and citizen requests. The City Clerk handles confidential documents. The position provides support and/or oversees the areas of policy review, hiring/recruiting, and benefits management. The City Clerk maintains all personnel records according to the city, State and Federal guidelines. The City Clerk oversees retirement and insurance benefits. The City Clerk is expected to exercise considerable independence and personal discretion in conforming with City ordinances and policies. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following: • Attends, prepares minutes, and maintains records and proceedings of all meetings of the Board of Aldermen. • Oversee compliance and ensure compliance of all City boards and commissions regarding the Sunshine Laws of the State of Missouri. • Records and files all City bid documents, contracts, and agreements. • Codifies, distributes, maintains, indexes, and authenticates original copies of all city ordinances, resolutions, and laws. • Index and record, if necessary, City records, such as, deeds, easements, contracts, and all actions taken by Board of Aldermen. • Administer the City’s record management program to ensure that records retention and destruction programs are following established federal, state, and local policies, procedures, and regulations.
James Paunovich
314-524-1212
James.Paunovich@calvertonparkmo.com
City of Green Park
The City of Green Park, Missouri is seeking a full time City Clerk. Duties include coordinating and preparing agendas, minutes, and supporting documentation for all City meetings, compliance with open records and meetings laws, permitting and licensing, administration of contracts, municipal record keeping, maintenance of the City’s website and newsletter, management of municipal elections, and carry out Board of Aldermen policy and direction for investment of City funds. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks a must. Experience in municipal government strongly preferred. Salary dependent on qualifications. The City of Green Park is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, visit the City of Green Park website (https://cityofgreenpark.com/).
Mayor Tim Thuston
314-894-7336
TTHUSTON@CITYOFGREENPARK.COM
City of Ellisville
Code Enforcement Officer: The City of Ellisville (9,985 pop.), located in western St. Louis County, Missouri, is seeking an individual to serve as a full-time Code Enforcement Officer. General duties include: investigating complaints of violations of city codes and ordinances for residential, commercial and industrial property and enforcing compliance of the Property Maintenance, Building, Zoning, Sign and Nuisance Codes and other matters of public concern. The position is also responsible for reviewing and issuing sign permits. Other duties as assigned. For a full position description see http://www.ellisville.mo.us. The salary range is $51,250 - $71,750, DOQ plus a full suite of competitive benefits including MO LAGERS L-12 pension, medical and dental plans. The Code Enforcement Officer reports to the Community Policing Unit of the Police Department. Minimum High School Diploma required. At least two years of practical experience in code enforcement preferred. Previous municipal experience preferred. Qualified persons should submit a resume, cover letter and professional references to: ATTN: Code Enforcement Officer Search, City of Ellisville, 1 Weis Avenue, Ellisville, MO 63011 by no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, June 17, 2024. Position open until filled. Applications available at City Hall, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and online at www.ellisville.mo.us/jobs. EOE
Donna Bragdon
636-227-9660
dbragdon@ellisville.mo.us
City of Wildwood
The City of Wildwood is seeking a full-time Finance Officer. This key leadership position is responsible for the oversight of the Finance Division. Responsibilities include: financial planning & analysis, development of budget documents, cash management, preparation of financial statements & other financial reports, debt management, internal audits, coordination of external audits, bank relations, debt handling, investment oversight & other municipal finance-related tasks. Compliance of City ordinances, State of Missouri statutes, Federal laws & GASB standards are crucial. The ideal candidate will have a Master's Degree in Public Admin, Business Admin, Accounting or Finance with at least 3 yrs of experience in Fund accounting or a Bachelor's Degree with a minimum of 5 yrs of progressively responsible work in administration of government programs. Practical experience in municipal finance and accounting is preferred. The candidate should also demonstrate a thorough knowledge of governmental accounting principles, be proficient in various financial software programs and possess strong supervisory skills. Additionally, a comprehensive understanding of city ordinances and policies related to municipal finance is imperative. Salary range is $96,896 to $145,346 and will be determined by experience and skill set. The City also offers an excellent City paid benefits package. The interview process will begin immediately until the position is filled. Please send cover letter and resume to: justina@cityofwildwood.com.
Justina Hudak
636-458-0440
justina@cityofwildwood.com
City of Chesterfield
-The City of Chesterfield is accepting applications for the position of Parks Maintenance Worker. -Physically participates in the construction and maintenance of park, recreation, beautification areas, rights-of-ways, and public grounds. -Maintenance and repair of all park equipment, tools, and supplies. -Assists in turf maintenance programs for a high-quality sports complex, parks, beautification areas, rights-of-ways, and public grounds. -Assists in the planning, organization, implementation and maintenance of various types of landscapes within the city. Areas include but are not limited to traditional perennial and annual plantings, large - native grass lands, trees, wildflower areas and wetland locations. -Operates moderately heavy landscape equipment including mowers, tractors, earth tillers, landscape rakes and blades, augers and skid loaders, backhoes, dump trucks, and loaders. -Performs a wide range of duties associated with the maintenance and operation of an athletic facility. -Assists in maintenance of tools, equipment and facilities. Knowledgeable in care and use of equipment. -Sets up, cleans up and prepares for various civic or recreational programs or activities. -Safely operate heavy trucks and pull equipment floats, trailers and haul materials to work sites. -Operates snowplow-equipped truck to spread salt and participates in other snow removal activities as assigned. -Assists other divisions and departments during emergencies and is on-call to respond. -Assists in the supervision, maintenance and implementation of programs; and -Performs other duties as assigned. This is a full-time, non-exempt, position with a minimum hourly rate of $20.82 ($43,313 annually).
hr@chesterfield.mo
City of Bellefontaine Neighbors
Job Title: Part-Time Finance Clerk Department: Finance Department Location: City Hall Reports To: Director Finance Manager Salary Range:$30,000 - $32,000 Job Type: Part-Time (20-28 hours per week) Application Deadline: July 8, 2024 Job Overview: The City is seeking a diligent and detail-oriented Pati-Time Finance Clerk to support the Finance Department with various clerical and administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will possess strong numerical skills, a high level of accuracy, and the ability to handle sensitive information confidentially. Key Responsibilities: Data Entry and Record Keeping: Accurately enter financial data into spreadsheets and accounting software. Maintain at1d update financial records and files. Accounts Payable/Receivable: Process invoices and payments. Reconcile accounts and manage discrepancies. Financial Reporting: Assist in the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports. Generate and distribute financial statements and reports to relevant departments. Administrative Support: Handle telephone and email inquiries related to financial matters. Schedule and coordinate meetings, prepare agendas, at1d take minutes. Compliance and Auditing: Ensure compliance with municipal, state, and federal financial regulations. Assist with internal and external audits. Other Duties: Perform additional duties as assigned by the Finance Manager. Qualifications: Education: High school diploma or equivalent required. Associate's degree in accounting, finance, or a related field prefe1Ted. Experience: Previous experience in a finance or accounting role preferred. Familiarity with municipal finance operations is a plus. Skills and Competencies: Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook). Experience with accounting software (e.g., QuickBooks, SAP) is desirable. Strong organizational and time management skills. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to handle confidential information with integrity. Working Conditions: Work Environment: Office environment within City Hall. Physical Demands: Regularly required to sit, use hands to handle documents, and operate a computer. Occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. Schedule: Flexible part-time schedule, typically during normal business hours. May require occasional evening or weekend work based on departmental needs. Application Process: Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter detailing their qualifications and experience to sruffin-hall@cityofbn.com The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
Semmie Ruffin-Hall
314-867-0076
sruffin-hall@cityofbn.com
CIlty of Bellefontaine Neighbors
Job Summary: An employee in this job class is responsible for performing word processing and clerical work of moderate difficulty in the processing of police reports. Work is performed under the direct supervision of a unit supervisor. Work involves extensive typing, and concentrated effort to create and maintain computerized and physical police report files. Classification: Full Time Hourly /Non-Exempt Salary Range: $37,294.36 – $44,570.21
Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department
(314) 867-0080, ext. 243
bnpdapplicant@cityofbn.com
City of Wildwood
The Department of Public Works for the City of Wildwood is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of Public Works Specialist. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to: 1) Inspection of infrastructure and capital improvement projects including the construction of concrete and asphalt pavements. 2) Assisting the Street Superintendent with maintenance of the City’s roadways, sidewalks, trails and bridges utilizing the City’s maintenance contractors. 3) Assisting with the development of capital improvement projects, including preparation of bid documents. 4) Developing systems utilizing GIS to better manage pavements, sidewalks and other infrastructure assets. 5) Managing the City’s traffic control devices for compliance with the MUTCD. 6) Responding to resident complaints and request for services. 7) Assisting with winter snow removal and deicing activities. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, with 0-3 years of work experience. Registration as an Engineer-In-Training is preferred. Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications. The successful candidate must possess a valid vehicle operator’s license. Job description and other details are available on the city’s website: http://www.cityofwildwood.com. The salary range for this position is $63,359 to $91,870 and will be determined by experience and skill set. The City also offers an excellent City paid benefits package. The Department of Public Works anticipates beginning the interview process for qualified candidates immediately. However, we will continue to accept applications until the position has been filled. Please submit your cover letter and resume by email to the City of Wildwood at justina@cityofwildwood.com with notation in the subject line “Public Works Specialist”. Candidates may be asked to participate in interviews, agree to a criminal background check, undertake skill testing and/or provide work experience references for verification.
Justina Hudak
636-405-2022
justina@cityofwildwood.com
City of Chesterfield
Performs work associated with the construction and maintenance of streets, sidewalks, urban forests, and storm sewers. Operates dump trucks, backhoe, skid steer loader and attachments, sweeper, loader, and other equipment as assigned. Works with hot mix asphalt: shovels, rakes, places, and compacts asphalt mix. Works with Portland cement concrete: sets and removes forms; places, strikes off, levels, screeds, floats, finishes, and joints concrete. Spreads and compacts aggregate base and gravel. Operates vehicles and equipment. Installs drain pipes and cleans ditches. Assists in other duties as assigned. -Operates snowplow-equipped truck to spread deicing chemicals, and participates in other snow removal activities as assigned. -Rakes and cleans streets, sidewalks, gutters, storm drains shop, and yard -Welds, paints and performs other maintenance tasks. -Cares for plants. Removes, prunes and trims trees located within City rights of ways and on public grounds and Performs various landscaping, beautification, and plant care activities. -Sets up, cleans up and prepares for various civic or recreational programs or activities. -Assists in maintenance of tools, equipment and Knowledgeable in care and use of equipment. Maintains facilities and grounds of public parks and property. -Assists other divisions during emergencies and is on-call to respond. -Safely operates heavy trucks and pulls equipment floats (if Class A CDL), trailers, and hauls materials to work sites. -Available for call-ins outside regular working hours. -Performs all other related duties as assigned. Full-time, non-exempt, position with a salary starting at $43,313.