Job Opportunities


City of Ladue
Department: Administration FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Reports To: Finance Director and Assistant to the Mayor/City Clerk Summary/Objective The Accounting Clerk I performs a variety of accounting and bookkeeping duties according to established policies and procedures. The incumbent assists the Accounting Clerk II with payroll and accounts payable responsibilities as needed.
City of Creve Coeur
Starting Salary: Determined on Qualifications (DOQ) Annual Salary Range: $ 72,072 - $ 100,836 Visit city website for more details and application instructions.
City of Manchester
The City Administrator is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating all municipal activities; serve as the chief administrative officer of the city and is responsible for the proper administration of all affairs of the city. The City Administrator is a contractual position who is appointed by a majority vote of the Board of Alderman for a term as agreed upon. The City Administrator is directly responsible to and reports to the Mayor and the Board of Alderman for the administration of municipal affairs under their direction. The City Administrator oversees six Department Directors, Chief of Police, 85 FTEs. The successful candidate will have experience with economic development, leading people, budgeting, and financial management, strategic planning, and be ethical, creative, responsive and a teambuilder. The next City Administrator shall be a skilled communicator with elected officials, staff, and the public. Benefit packages include health, dental, and life insurance, long term disability insurance; 401a retirement and a deferred compensation plan.
Jennifer Fitzgerald
636-227-1385
jfitzgerald@manchestermo.gov
City of Normandy
The purpose of this position is to plan, direct, organize and control the activities of all City departments through several management personnel, under the policy direction of the City Council and the Mayor. A detailed list of responsibilities is available in the City Ordinances. Essential Duties and Responsibilities The following list of duties is representative of those performed within this position and not intended to be all inclusive. Other duties may be assigned, as necessary. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each of the Essential Duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. · Manages and coordinates all City departments, agencies, and offices within budgetary mandates according to applicable laws, ordinances, resolutions, rules, and regulations. Supervises all administrative employees of the City. · Serves as Chief fiscal and Administrative Officer for the City of Normandy. Researches, prepares, and presents reports and data to the City Council and Mayor including annual City operating budget, projects, and capital improvement plans. Attends and participates in Council and Committee meetings. Advises Council and Mayor regarding all city administrative matters and operations. Review’s policy issues and provides recommendations. · Serves as Chief Administrative Assistant to the Mayor; establishes Agendas for the City Council Meetings as well as all Committee Meetings. · Administers the annual budget. Prepares and implements City capital improvement plan. Ensures budget compliance and directs corrective budgetary procedures/policies. Monitors expenses, revenues, personnel allocation, facilitates use, and materials and equipment acquisition and use. · Directs City-wide and more specific strategic planning and monitors goals and objectives implementation. Gathers, prepares, and interprets data and information. Conducts supervisory staff meetings as needed. · Assesses staffing levels and effectiveness. Analyzes and directs work procedures. Establishes deadlines and project goals. · Oversees personnel policies and administers labor relations. Recommends Department Head selection, discipline, discharge, transfers, and salary increases. Acts on employee problems to ensure effectiveness and productivity. · Monitors County, State and Federal legislation and administrative rules that impact the City. · Communicates official plans, City legislation, policies, and procedures to the public through the news media, public presentations, and correspondence. Works with community groups regarding community affairs. Responsible for keeping the public informed, with approval of the mayor, in the purpose and methods of the City government through all available news media and all city press releases. · Performs other duties as required or assigned by City ordinance. Minimum Requirements – Education Certification and Experience Bachelors’ degree in Public Administration or closely related field required. Any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities as that stated above will be considered. Valid Driver’s License and ability to be insured under the City’s insurance carriers. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an all-inclusive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for the position. Please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to: City of Normandy Attn: Mayor Mark Beckmann 7700 Natural Bridge Road Normandy, MO 63121 Job Details Job Type: Full-time Salary: $70,000 per year Number of hires for this role: 1
City of Ladue
The City of Ladue, MO. (Population 8600) located in St. Louis County is seeking an individual to serve as City Clerk. The City Clerk oversees the statutory responsibility of the City Clerk’s office, municipal elections, records management, risk management, and information technology. The incumbent serves as a resource for elected officials, staff, and residents, attends City Council and Board of Fire & Police Commission meetings and provides administrative support, takes minutes, serves as the general accountant of the City and maintains a general working knowledge of the City’s financial position, works with third party IT services vendor to develop plans for network maintenance and technology improvements and responds to resident needs and requests for service. To apply, submit resume to the Assistant to the Mayor/City Clerk at lrider@cityofladue-mo.gov. Position open until filled. For full job description, including required education, training, and experience, visit https://www.cityofladue-mo.gov/departments/employment-opportunities-215.
Laura Rider
rider@cityofladue-mo.gov
St. Louis County
St. Louis County is seeking a skilled and service focused Auditor who is a strategic thinker and collaborative project manager to lead St. Louis County’s Internal Auditing program. Reporting to the St. Louis County Council, the Auditor will build on an internal auditing program that evaluates standards, identifies gaps and enhances performance of all departments within St. Louis County. The starting salary range will be between $100,000-$119,000 annually depending on the candidate's qualifications and experience as well as budgetary considerations. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to the Chair of the Charter Position Search Committee at CharterPositionSearchComments@stlouisco.com.
thopper@stlouisco.com
City of Clayton
ANTICIPATED WORK SCHEDULE: The Court Assistant is a part-time position, not to exceed an average of twenty-eight (28) hours weekly. The successful candidate will be scheduled to work four (4) hours per day during normal business hours (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday) to provide support to the customer service counter and process cases in the court and parking ticket systems. Additionally, attendance will be required at evening municipal court sessions (2x per month). The successful candidate must also have the ability to work additional hours as needed during planned and unplanned absences of Court staff. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are normal for the part-time Court Assistant position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Under the direction of the Court Administrator, handles court matters with and respond to requests from Municipal Judge, defendants, defense counsel, City Prosecutor, Police Department, Housing Department and other levels of the criminal justice administration system. Provides daily support at customer service counter, including cash receipting and support to various departments and customers for a variety of tasks. Utilizes technology systems for violation or case management including Passport parking ticket system, Show-Me Court, and IMDS court docketing systems. Work also involves processing payments, adjustments and voids. Assists in preparation of court related failure to pay, failure to comply, and failure to appear notices in addition to other legal communications and notifications to defendants and attorneys. Assists in preparation of reports for state and local agencies and check requests. Assists in preparation of court dockets and files including document retrieval and marking exhibits. Attendance required at evening municipal court sessions (24). Receives, logs, and indexes incoming filings, citations, and complaints. Perform other duties as assigned
Erin Huett, HR Manager
3142908449
ehuett@claytonmo.gov
City of Bridgeton
The City of Bridgeton is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, a Resident of the State of Missouri, at least 21 years of age, college preferred, attending or a graduate of a P.O.S.T. certified basic police academy or be eligible for and obtain a class "A" peace officer license from the State of Missouri prior to appointment. Applicant must have the ability to pass a police service test for entry-level candidates, extensive background investigation, voice stress analyzer and physical/psychological test. Starting salary of $53,102.40
City of Bridgeton
The City of Bridgeton is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Full-time Dispatcher. Hours are varied to include all shifts, weekends and holidays. REJIS certification and prior dispatching experience preferred. Beginning pay is $20.02 per hour.
City of Manchester
Manchester’s mission is to grow the superior quality of life for our diverse community through effective leadership and active communication. We are entirely committed towards serving the roughly 18,000 citizens of the City. It is through your efforts that the most efficient, effective and professional services can be provided. The ideal candidate is willing to protect the people, property, and maintain peace in our flourishing community. The position of Police Officer is vital to the success of the City of Manchester. A person in this position is responsible for community engagement, enforcing and upholding the laws and ordinances of our City, the laws of the State of Missouri, and the laws of the United States. All Police Officers work under the direction of the Police Chief. The City of Manchester offers a benefit package which includes health, dental and vision benefits, life insurance, vacation/sick days, and a competitive retirement plan. Qualifications: Must be 21 years old, possess a Missouri Class “A” POST-certification or be currently attending a police academy and be able to pass written and physical agility tests. Applicants must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license, and have no convictions or pending indictment for any felony, or any crimes related to a domestic violence. Applicants must submit to a thorough background investigation which includes drug screening, criminal background checks, character assessments and psychological exams. The salary range for this position is $54,285-$65,944 and is dependent on qualifications. Interested applicants should apply online at https://mo-manchester.civicplus.com/jobs.aspx. Manchester is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Jennifer Fitzgerald
636-227-1385
fitzgerald@manchestermo.gov
Missouri Department of Conservation
The Regional Infrastructure Maintenance Supervisor leads and directs staff, maintenance, and repair work for Departmental infrastructure across a 9 county region. Ensures compliance with Department, state, and federal policies and regulations. Develops and maintains maintenance plans and oversees cost controls, including budgets. Supervises infrastructure leads.
Julianne Stone
1-636-441-4554
julie.stone@mdc.mo.gov