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Maintenance Worker

The City of New Albany is accepting applications for the position of Maintenance Worker within the Public Service Department. City maintenance workers perform a variety of general labor, maintenance, and construction work including the operation of power equipment and assisting in the performance of semiskilled tasks. The incumbent for this position must be at least 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Additionally, the incumbent must be able to obtain and maintain an Ohio commercial driver’s license, Class A with Air Brake and Tanker endorsements within six months of employment. Other requirements include the ability to maintain insurability under the city’s vehicle insurance policy. The 2019 hourly rate for this full time, non-exempt position is $21.24. Additionally, the city offers a comprehensive benefit package for full-time employees. Email cover letter, resume, and completed employment application to hr@newalbanyohio.org; or, mail to HR City of New Albany, P.O. Box 188, New Albany, Ohio 43054. Questions should be directed to hr@newalbanyohio.org. For first consideration materials should be submitted by May 27, 2019. All application materials will be subject to Ohio public records law.

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IT Internship

The City of New Albany is seeking an IT, GIS or Computer Science program student to fill a seasonal position reporting to the Information Technology Manager.  The position will primarily be assisting on a GIS project, as well as imaging, upgrading and performing routine maintenance on city owned computers, tablets, and related hardware (servers, modems, etc.) and software to support our IT area.  $13.47 per hour; approximately 20 hours per week for 12 weeks.  Email cover letter and resume to hr@newalbanyohio.org.

Please refer to above position posting information.  Call 614.855.3913 for more information. The City of New Albany is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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