Job Openings

City Utilities - Equipment Chief

Coordinates and supervises routine tasks involved with the repair, construction, and preventive maintenance of sanitary sewers and lift stations, or related structures.  Performs other miscellaneous duties as required, or assigned, including mechanical maintenance of fleet vehicles and other equipment.  Must understand and follow IOSHA safety regulations such as, but not limited to, confined space entry and traffic regulations and controls. 

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MPO Director

The MPO Director serves as the administrator of the Columbus Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO).  The MPO Director is primarily responsible for the continuous, cooperative, and comprehensive transportation planning process for the CAMPO metropolitan planning area (in accordance with the requirements set forth in 23 CFR 450).  The core responsiblilites of this position include maintaining the 25-year Transportation Plan (updated every 5 years), maintaining and updating the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), preparing an annual Statement of Work, and conducting planning activities in line with the annual Statement of Work. 

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Laborer 1 - Water Distribution

Meter reading, repair of water main breaks and other water leaks.  Replace fire hydrants and water meters.  Works on two-man crew and performs jobs with other two-man crews.

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Vehicle Service Technician - CFD

Vehicle Line Technicians are responsible for performing inspections, diagnostic testing, repairs and maintenance on vehicle fleet to ensure our trucks are safe and on the road.  This position routinely requires moderate to extreme physical exertion and may require prolonged and repeated standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, and working in awkward positions.  Line technicians are exposed to extreme weather conditions and shop environment, as well as traffic during road calls.  The hours and physical demand may vary by location. 

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Vehicle Service Technician - Shop & Garage

Vehicle Line Technicians are responsible for performing inspections, diagnostic testing, repairs and maintenance on vehicle fleet to ensure our trucks are safe and on the road.  This position routinely requires moderate to extreme physical exertion and may require prolonged standing, bending, kneeling, squatting, and working in awkward postions.  Line technicians are exposed to extreme weather conditions and shop environment, as well as traffic during road calls.  The hours and physical demand may vary by location. 

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Driver 1 - City Garage

Collect and load trash, recyclables, and other debris into packer truck; shovel, rake, and sweep miscellaneous debris for collection; secure cables and operate packing levers to empty trash and recycling containers; load brush into and operate brush chipper; assist in performing preventive maintenance on trucks and vehicle cleaning; drive trucks as needed; perform related work as required. 

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Maintenance Technician - Aviation

Performs a variety of unskilled work in the construction, maintenance, custodial, repair and restoration of airport buildings, facilities, systems and grounds; operates equipment, tools and machines related to the work.

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