Job Opportunities

City of Twin Oaks
The City of Twin Oaks is seeking a City Clerk.
City of Bellefontaine Neighbors
The City of Bellefontaine Neighbors is accepting applications for the position of Maintenance Worker in the Parks and Recreation Department. Duties include the following: Assist in preparing and maintaining swimming pools including backwashing, vacuuming and chemically balancing water as well as preparing outdoor pool for seasonal opening including concrete work, surface and furniture repair. Repair and maintain indoor and outdoor facilities as needed, including playgrounds, athletic fields, weight room equipment, park shelters and black tops. Perform plumbing, painting, electrical and carpentry work. Cut and trim grass in park acreage and maintain mowers, trimmers and blowers. Maintain heating and air conditioning units. Two years experience in park facility maintenance preferred or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Interested candidates can email resume or application to the Bellefontaine Neighbors Recreation Center, attention Amy Mulholland at or mail it to 9641 Bellefontaine Rd., St. Louis, MO 63137. The position will remain open until filled. EOE
Amy Mulholland
City of Wildwood
he Department of Public Works is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of Assistant City Engineer. Responsibilities include the administration and management of capital improvement projects, including plan review,
City of Shrewsbury
The City of Shrewsbury is announcing an open position for the role of Assistant Director of Administration/City Clerk. The position effectively serves as both the Assistant Director of Administration for the City of Shrewsbury and the City of Shrewsbury’s City Clerk. Both roles are considered primary in nature and indispensable to the effective dispatch of the position’s duties.
City of Shrewsbury
The Assistant Director of Administration/City Clerk position effectively serves as both the Assistant Director of Administration for the City of Shrewsbury and the City of Shrewsbury’s City Clerk. Both roles are considered primary in nature and indispensable to the effective dispatch of the position’s duties. In the Assistant Director’s role, the position directly assists and supports the Director of Administration in the effective management of all city government operations. The Assistant is also responsible for the management of all information technology systems, telephone systems, citywide contracts, printers and copiers, and city website and email list serve systems. For full description please visit
City of Wildwood
The City of Wildwood, Missouri (pop: 35,517) is seeking an experienced individual to serve as City Clerk. The ideal candidate will be able to perform complex, highly responsible administrative support to the Mayor, City Council and City Administrator as further described in the attached Position Description, including knowledge of the legal requirements relating to municipal records, policies regarding meetings, and any laws applicable to the administration of the City Clerk’s office; position requires taking minutes at City Council meetings and other meetings as assigned. Candidate must have strong writing skills in order to produce reports, correspondence, meeting minutes and citizen communications; must use good judgment and maintain confidentiality of personal and private information of citizens and officials. Salary is set by the City Council (current salary range is $63,154 - $91,573); a comprehensive benefits package including 100% paid family health coverage is also provided. Bachelor’s Degree plus four years of related experience performing the functions described above, preferably in a municipal government setting. Certification as a Missouri Professional or Registered City Clerk, or a willingness to obtain certification during employment with the city, is desirable. A letter of interest and accompanying resume for this position must be emailed to the attention of Sam Anselm, City Administrator, at Please reference "Resume for City Clerk" in the email subject line. Review of candidates will begin on March 11, 2020. Open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Sam Anselm
City of Chesterfield
The Chesterfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Code Enforcement Inspector. This is a full-time, non-exempt, positon with a starting salary of $43,664 ($20.99 per hour). Duties include both field and office responsibilities. This position receives, investigates and responds to ordinance violation concerns, complaints and questions from City Officials and the public. Requires a working knowledge of local county ordinances, property surveys, legal descriptions and knowledge of code enforcement principles.
City of Jennings
Inspects residential and commercial property for code compliance, including electrical, plumbing and mechanical inspections. Performs plan reviews and issues permits. Other duties as assigned, including acts as the Building Commissioner in the absence of the Director. Must have 5 years experience as an inspector; plan review experience, some supervisory experience; valid driver’s license; no disqualifying criminal history. IBC certified. Starting salary $40,572.00 (GS16-C) NO RESUMES ACCEPTED WITHOUT COMPLETION OF OUR APPLICATION! Completed applications may be mailed, emailed to or faxed to 314-388-3999. Applications accepted until the position is filled. Please include copies of any certifications.
City of Brentwood
This position is responsible for inspecting buildings under construction, alteration, repair, or change of occupancy to ensure conformity with city building codes. Work also involves reviewing plans to ensure code compliance and taking appropriate enforcement actions. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed in accordance with established standards and objectives.
City of Clayton
he City of Clayton Planning & Development Department is seeking applicants for the position of Permit Technician. The City of Clayton is proud to provide world class service levels to a community which values the contributions of the professional team. Comprised of approximately 185 full-time and over 200 part-time and seasonal employees, the average full-time employee tenure is over ten years!
City of Rock Hill
The City of Rock Hill is currently accepting application s for one (1) full-time Police Officer. All candidates must be Post Certified and hold a Class A license. Starting pay is $40,718 per year, based on 2184 hour s worked. The City provides a full, competitive e benefit package. Applications can be picked up at the Rock Hill Police Department, 827 N Rock Hill Rd., Rock Hill, MO 63119 or downloaded from Rock Hill Police Department website. Completed application s can be returned in person to the above address, mailed to the above address, or emailed to The deadline for applications is Mar ch 25, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Applications will be processed as soon as they are received. The Rock Hill Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.
Melody Harries
(314) 561-4308