Position: Municipal Court Clerk (Part Time/18 hours per week)
Department: Municipal Court
Compensation: $10.06 per hour
Reposted: June 7, 2016
Description: Provides clerical assistance necessary to process various criminal and civil complaints and assists in the overall operation of the Municipal Court.
Education: High School diploma or GED; one year related court experience and bilingual are preferred.
Additional Requirements: Must pass a medical examination, CCH background check, and/or drug screen if required by the City of Lake Worth and/or the State of Texas.
Position: Patrol Officer
Compensation: $18.23 per hour/$39,332 Annually w/Benefits
Posted: June 7, 2016
Description: Enforces federal, state, and local laws and ordinances under general direction. Performs various duties to support law enforcement activities as well as provide service to the citizens in an efficient and professional manner.
Education: Must have current valid Texas Basic Officer Certification or approved equivalent as accepted by TCOLE.
Additional Requirements: Must pass a medical examination, CCH background check, polygraph, psychological and/or drug screen if required by the City of Lake Worth and/or the State of Texas. Valid Class C Texas driver license.
Position: Water/Sewer Technician
Department: Public Works
Compensation: $12.42 per hour or higher DOQ w/Benefits
RePosted: June 7, 2016
Description: Performs work necessary for the maintenance and repair of water mains, fire hydrants, wells, pump stations and customer water and sewer service lines, lift stations and sewer mains ensuring all safety regulations are followed to maintain public health.
Education: High School Diploma or GED; some construction related experience and plumbing knowledge is preferred; must be able to use hand tools, power tools, and other equipment used in the maintenance of water & sewer systems; basic knowledge of materials used in water & sewer systems.
Additional Requirements: Must pass a medical examination, CCH background check, and/or drug screen if required by the City of Lake Worth and/or the State of Texas; ability to obtain a Class C water license and Class I wastewater license within 2 years of employment.
Applications for employment are only accepted for positions that are currently posted above. Resume's will not accepted in lieu of an application, but may be included with an application for employment.
Unless the application process on the job posting indicates otherwise, to apply for one of the positions listed above, submit one completed City of Lake Worth application for employment, along with copies of all applicable certificates required for the position to:
City of Lake Worth
3805 Adam Grubb
Lake Worth, Texas, 76135
Attn: Danielle Hackbusch, Human Resources
or fax application to 817-237-9684 or e-mail application to email@example.com
The City of Lake Worth is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment or the provision of services on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, genetic information, or disability.
The City of Lake Worth reserves the right to deny employment or affiliation based on the results of a criminal background check. Examples of criminal felony and misdemeanor convictions or arrests that may result in denial of employment include but are not limited to; crimes involving violence, sexual assault or exploitation, drugs or alcohol, weapons, theft, fraud, or embezzlement.
The City of Lake Worth provides a drug-free working environment for the safety of its employees and the public. The city will require each applicant seriously being considered for employment to produce a urine sample to be tested for the presence of certain drugs. A refusal to produce the sample, any attempt to tamper with the sample or the positive indication of the presence of drugs will result in an automatic disqualification from employment.