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Thank you for your interest in employment with the City of Springfield.

We strongly encourage prospective applicants to review the City of Springfield's Recruitment and Selection Process before applying for a position with the City. 

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Library
Posting Number: 2017-30
Job Title: Library Associate Manager
Closing date: 12/22/2017
Closing time: 05:00 PM
 Full benefits, including PERS. *Benefit enrolled employees and dependents have access to a free health clinic. 
Job Class: Supervisor/Associate Manager
Job Hours: 40 hrs/wk; some evening and weekends required
Salary: $29.16- $33.54/hour (steps 1- 4 on a 9 step scale), depending on qualifications.
 Grade C51 (Journey level), Exempt, Non-represented
Description:  
       The City of Springfield invites you to become a part of creating the future of its library service. We are looking for an Associate Library Manager to lead our Programming, Marketing and Outreach services.

Exceptional candidates will be able to:  lead, inspire and direct staff; plan and provide service to all ages; seek positive engagement with the community; and use staff and technology innovatively. 

Summary of Essential Duties:
•  Supervises public services staff
•  Works cooperatively with the Library Management Team in prioritizing assignments within the  library and for the City
•  Researches, recommends, develops and evaluates related programs, publications and materials to align with the library strategic plan
•  Researches, monitors, controls and recommends allocations and expenditures related to division budget
•  Oversees marketing activities and practices
•  Participates in events and community outreach programs, as initiated or assigned
•  Selects, develops, and maintains assigned collections
•  Provides reference, age-appropriate readers’ advisory, circulation and general patron assistance at the public desks
•  Represents the department during interaction with the media, the public, other departments, schools, and various agencies
•  Creates, enforces and evaluates library policy and acts in the absence of the Library Director as required.
•  Must be able to work day, evening, and weekend shifts as assigned.

Please see attached Job Addendum for additional information about this position.

Education and Experience:
Associate’s Degree or two-year technical certificate in library/information science or related field; 1-2 years of supervisory experience required; and 3-5 years of library experience including program and marketing development.
•  Preference for Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science
•  Preference for Spanish language skills

Any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education and experience may be considered qualifying.

Licensing and Certification:
•  Valid Oregon Driver’s License at time of appointment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
•  Library ethics;
•  Principles and procedures of professional library work including methods, practices, and techniques of library classification, cataloging, and reference;
•  Automated cataloging, bibliographical, and circulation system databases, and other online services and sources;
•  Library operations, methods, and policies including standards and procedures for selecting public library materials;
•  Materials and services available in public libraries
•  Roles of the public library in the community
•  Perform professional library tasks in areas of reference, cataloging, collection management and programming to patrons of all ages;
•  Operate automated cataloging, bibliographical and circulation system databases.

Physical Requirements:
Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for Sedentary Work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for Light Work. Extended amounts of time standing and/or walking may be required.

Incumbent will be required to travel.

Testing and Selection:
Top candidates will be invited to interview and may be asked to prepare a program proposal or marketing initiative.  Interviews are tentatively scheduled for mid-January (second or third week) and candidates will be emailed directly with additional information.  All testing and selection processes will be done in accordance with the Oregon Veteran’s Preference in Public Employment Law.

How to Apply:
The on-line Application and Qualifying Questionnaires must be received electronically prior to the closing date/time listed at the top of this job posting. Please review our Tips for Applying page for more information about how to complete your application materials. The “Apply for this Job” link below will start the application process. You are allowed to upload a copy of your resume and/or cover letter as part of the application, but these two items are not required unless otherwise indicated in the posting. After completing the application, the questionnaire(s) and the voluntary EEOC form follow. The last page of the application process allows you to print your application information if you choose. You are not allowed to review your information after moving to the next page of the process.
 
Before clicking “Apply for this Job” below, please preview the application and questionnaires (both can be viewed by clicking on the links below).   Once you begin the online application process you will not be able to save your work and return at a later time.  Most applicants prepare their application materials ahead of time using word-processing software and then cut and paste their responses into the online application. The application only allows for four employers as part of your work history. Please use the form (linked below) to include additional work history. Email completed form to HR@springfield-or.gov before the closing date/time of this posting.
 
Applicants who include a valid email address will receive a system-generated email verifying that the application has been received.  If you do not receive a system-generated email verifying receipt of your application, your application may not be eligible for consideration for this position.  We recommend that you add our email domain (@springfield-or.gov) to your "safe senders" list in your email software to ensure that you receive communication from us.  Please contact us at 541-726-3705 if you have any questions.

Veterans Preference Points:
The City of Springfield recognizes the extensive contributions of men and women who have served in the Armed Services. As a veteran, you may be entitled to preference when seeking employment with city government. If you would like to claim Veteran's Preference points, please submit a completed form (linked below) along with the appropriate documentation prior to the closing date listed at the top of this job posting. You may submit your documents via mail, email, fax or in person (please see form for contact information). If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at 541-726-3705 or HR@springfield-or.gov   for more information.

Additional Information and Forms:

Work History Continuation Form
• Veteran's Preference Form

NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.
 

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PDF FORMATS
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Click here to download a job description in PDF format
Click here to download a supplemental questionnaire in PDF format


Police
Posting Number: 2017-36
Job Title: Police Dispatcher
Closing date: 01/08/2018
Closing time: 05:00 PM
Job Class: Protective Services
Job Hours: Shift Work
Salary: Minimal starting pay rate $23.91/hour, Step 1 of 5 step scale, depending on qualifications. Full Benefits, including PERS.
 Grade 218, SPA Represented, Non-Exempt.
Description:  
       

The City of Springfield has an exciting opportunity in our Police Department for a Police Dispatcher. We are searching for applicants who would like to join our team to help protect and serve our community. The City of Springfield is dedicated to providing exceptional service, with emphasis on fairness and equity, to all our constituents. We respect differences, knowing that both in government and in the community, strength comes from combining all of what we know. Women and persons of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more great information about the City of Springfield Police Department, check this out:
http://www.springfield-or.gov/dept_pol.htm

Position Overview:
This position is responsible for maintaining the communication network between the Springfield Police Department and its officers, city residents, and other agencies. It is a technical position requiring multi-tasking capabilities in a stressful environment.

A professional Dispatcher is a highly responsible, multi-functional public servant who must handle many tough requirements, often in crisis situations. The nature of the job includes these key elements:
 
• Operate telephone, radio and computer equipment, often simultaneously
• Answer 9-1-1 emergency calls, public inquiries, and dispatch police units
• Usually routine call taking and dispatching, but periodically high-stress during emergencies
• Work a 9-hour shift
• Work with a team of one to four other Dispatchers
• Occasionally work overtime
• Mostly sedentary

Essential Duties:
The duties listed below are a typical sample; position assignments may vary.
1.  Maintains an ongoing awareness of the location and activity of field personnel via radio communication and computer-aided dispatch equipment.
2.  Responds to emergency and non-emergency phone contacts to include TDD's, with City residents and the public, and provides information, referral service, or police assistance; monitors intrusion alarms.
3.  Enters and retrieves criminal justice information using local, state, and national computer systems in response to operational needs and policies; makes determinations and relays information to
duty officers from 9-1-1 and teletype information received; uses computer-aided dispatch system to create a permanent record of police response activity.
4.  Receives varied information via telephone and determines priorities and need for both police response and reports; writes police reports from information received.
5.  Distributes police related information to other law enforcement agencies via telephone, FAX, radio and/or computer communications systems.
6.  Assists in the processing of individuals who have been detained for legal processing.
7.  Assists in the training of new dispatch personnel and the orientation of other personnel in proper communication techniques and dispatch procedures.
8.  Actively supports an inclusive and respectful work environment.
9.  Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Training & Experience:
Four years’ experience in an office environment with frequent public contact, multi-task functions, and occasional stress, OR two years of experience in a public safety communications, or equivalent dispatch operation. Formal training/coursework in law enforcement may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for half of the required experience.

Any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, education and experience may be considered qualifying.

Degree & Licensing and/or Certification Requirements:
Appointees must have a Basic Telecommunicators certification from the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST), or the ability to obtain a certificate within twelve months of the date of hire.

Knowledge & Skills Required:
• Communicating with a clear, audible voice
• Performing duties efficiently in an operation with varying degrees of stress
• Obtaining sufficient, accurate information at all times
• Interacting tactfully and effectively with coworkers, other agencies, and the general public
• Maintaining concentration while shifting quickly from one subject to another
• Working on rotating shifts, and irregular hours, holidays, weekends, and overtime, as needed.

Please see attached Job Addendum for additional information about this position.

Physical Requirements:
Sedentary Work - Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.

Please complete the Self-Assessment Questionnaire before applying for this job. It is intended to help you determine how closely this position aligns with your job preferences.

***It is suggested that you contact the Springfield Police Department and observe Dispatchers on duty. This will give you a much better understanding of what the position requires. Please call Wendy Polen at 541-726-3729 and request assistance in arranging an observation.***

In order to prevent unnecessary time spent in applying for this position, the following elements will disqualify you for this position.  Therefore, you will not be considered for this position if any of the following applies:

• You do not have a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate from an accredited school.
• You have a felony conviction.
• You have been convicted of any law involving the unlawful use, possession, delivery, or manufacture of a controlled substance, narcotic, or dangerous drug.
• You cannot refrain from the use of tobacco products while on duty.
• You do not meet the educational and/or experience requirements outlined in the attached job description.


*Please note that the Springfield Police Department has a personal appearance policy, which includes but is not limited to:  No visible tattoos are allowed while on-duty; no body piercing (some exceptions for ear piercings), hair must be neat and not pose any safety issues, "alterations" to any area of the body that is not concealed by authorized uniform or attire.  If you have specific questions about the personal appearance policy, please email HR@springfield-or.gov 

You must have a valid email address included in your application in order for us to contact you. If you do not receive a confirmation email after submitting your application, check your spam filters.

Testing & Selection Process:

Video and Written Testing:
Testing for qualified candidates is tentatively scheduled for the evening of Wednesday and/or Thursday, January 24 and 25, 2018 (depending on the number of applicants).  Please reserve these dates in the event you are invited to testing- notifications may be sent within 48 hours of testing! Testing will cost $25.00; cash or check only. Applicants invited to test will receive email confirmation with the exact date/time/location for the testing event. Those candidates invited to test will be asked to provide identification and proof of 45 wpm, net typing speed.

Free typing tests are available between 8:00am and 5:00pm at Lane Workforce Network, 2510 Oakmont Way in Eugene (541/686-7601). Check in at reception and ask to take the typing to test to get verification for the City Springfield. Typing verification from an Employment Agency may also be used. Online testing scores will not be accepted, unless they are administered by a reputable agency. Free online typing tests such as 'TypingTest.com' are NOT acceptable. The typing test must be dated within the last 6 months.

Additional Testing and Interviews for Top Candidates:
Top qualified candidates may be given the PERFEX test.  This test is a timed dispatch simulation.  It involves answering phones, listening to the radio, memorizing information and accurately recording information.  Date and time of testing and interviews will be determined at a later date.

Candidates considered for the Police Dispatcher position will be identified through a series of screening tools and tests including an Employment Application, Qualifying Questionnaire, Written Test, Physical Ability Test, Psychological Exam, Comprehensive Background, Medical Examination to include drug screening for controlled substances, and Oral Interviews.  All testing and selection processes will be done in accordance with the Oregon Veterans' Preference in Public Employment Law.

How to Apply:
The on-line Application and Qualifying Questionnaire must be received electronically prior to the closing date/time listed at the top of this job posting. Please review our Tips for Applying page for more information about how to complete your application materials. The “Apply for this Job” link below will start the application process. You are allowed to upload a copy of your resume and/or cover letter as part of the application, but these two items are not required unless otherwise indicated in the posting. After completing the application, the questionnaire(s) and the voluntary EEOC form follow. The last page of the application process allows you to print your application information if you choose. You are not allowed to review your information after moving to the next page of the process.
 
Before clicking “Apply for this Job” below, please preview the application and questionnaire (both can be viewed by clicking on the links below).   Once you begin the online application process you will not be able to save your work and return at a later time.  Most applicants prepare their application materials ahead of time using word-processing software and then cut and paste their responses into the online application. The application only allows for four employers as part of your work history. Please use the form (linked below) to include additional work history. Email completed form to HR@springfield-or.gov before the closing date/time of this posting.
 
Applicants who have submitted a valid email address will receive a system-generated email verifying that the application has been received.  If you do not receive a system-generated email verifying receipt of your application, your application may not be eligible for consideration for this position.  We recommend that you add our email domain (@springfield-or.gov) to your "safe senders" list in your email software to ensure that you receive communication from us.  Please contact us at 541-726-3705 if you have any questions.

Veterans Preference Points:
The City of Springfield recognizes the extensive contributions of men and women who have served in the Armed Services. As a veteran, you may be entitled to preference when seeking employment with city government. If you would like to claim Veteran's Preference points, please submit a completed form (linked below) along with the appropriate documentation prior to the closing date listed at the top of this job posting. You may submit your documents via mail, email, fax or in person (please see form for contact information). If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Blomquist at 541-726-3705 or HR@springfield-or.gov for more information.

Additional Information and Forms:

NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.



EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
PDF FORMATS
Click here to download a job application in PDF format
Click here to download a job description in PDF format
Click here to download a supplemental questionnaire in PDF format


Police
Posting Number: 2017-35
Job Title: Police Officer
Closing date: 01/08/2018
Closing time: 05:00 PM
Job Class: Protective Services
Job Hours: Shift Work
Salary: Minimal starting pay rate $28.91/hour, Step 1 of 5 step scale, depending on qualifications. Full Benefits, including PERS.
 Grade 220, SPA Represented, Non-Exempt. Additional pay may be available according to bargaining unit contract, such as a Second Language Incentive pay.
Description:  
       

The City of Springfield has an exciting opportunity in our Police Department for a Police Officer. We are searching for applicants who would like to join our team to help protect and serve our community. The City of Springfield is dedicated to providing exceptional service, with emphasis on fairness and equity, to all our constituents. We respect differences, knowing that both in government and in the community, strength comes from combining all of what we know. Women and persons of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more great information about the City of Springfield Police Department, check this out:
http://www.springfield-or.gov/dept_pol.htm

PLEASE NOTE: There are applicant testings for this position (see below in 'Testing & Selection Process').  Applicants invited to test will be emailed directly with additional information.  Please reserve the dates listed, in the event you are invited to test.  All testing and selection processes will be done in accordance with the Oregon Veterans' Preference in Public Employment Law.

You must have a valid email address included in your application in order for us to contact you. If you do not receive a confirmation email after submitting your application, check your spam filters.

In order to prevent unnecessary time spent in applying for this position, the following elements will disqualify you for this position.  Therefore, you will not be considered for this position if any of the following applies:

• You do not have a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate from an accredited school.
• You are not a United States Citizen, or cannot obtain citizenship within 18 months of appointment.
• You are not, or will not be, 21 years of age or older by time of appointment.
• You do not have, or cannot get, a valid Oregon Driver's license by time of appointment.
• You have a felony conviction.
• You cannot refrain from the use of tobacco products while on duty.
• You do not meet the educational and/or experience requirements outlined in the attached job description.


*Please note that the Springfield Police Department has a personal appearance policy, which includes but is not limited to:  No visible tattoos are allowed while on-duty; no body piercing (some exceptions for ear piercings), hair must be neat and not pose any safety issues, "alterations" to any area of the body that is not concealed by authorized uniform or attire.  If you have specific questions about the personal appearance policy, please email HR@springfield-or.gov 

Education & Experience:
We are interested in finding applicants who have the experience and/or education necessary to be successful as a Police Officer for the City of Springfield.  Law Enforcement work experience or education can qualify for this position.  A full description of the experience and education for this position can be found in the Police Officer job description linked below.

Skills & Abilities:
Under the supervision of a Sergeant this position enforces state and local laws, and responds to emergencies in an effort to protect life and property. Police Officer duties include responding to life threatening emergencies, investigating crimes, performing community relations and crime prevention functions as well as preparing written and/or typed reports of activities.

The complete Police Officer job description is attached below.

Testing & Selection Process:
Before proceeding with application, please review the 'Oregon Physical Abilities (ORPAT)' document found below.

Candidates considered for the Police Officer position will be identified through a series of screening tools and tests including an Employment Application, Qualifying Questionnaire, Written Test, Physical Ability Test, Psychological Exam, Comprehensive Background, Medical Examination to include drug screening for controlled substances, and Oral Interviews.

Aptitude, personality profile, mental and physical fitness, and communication skills will all be evaluated.

The timelines for testing notifications are very short with notice being sent within 48 hours of the testing dates. Please plan accordingly.

Written and Physical Ability testing is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, January 20, 2018. Applicants will be contacted via email with additional testing details. All applicants will be required to pay a non-refundable fee of $15.00 at the time of the written exam to cover testing and scoring costs. You will also be required to show picture identification at the time of the written exam. *This is the only date and location that the written and physical testing will occur.  If you are invited to this stage in the recruitment process, you must be present.

The physical test will consist of the Oregon Physical Abilities Test (ORPAT).  Please review the 'ORPAT' document below to learn more about the physical ability testing portion. 

Previous ORPAT scores will NOT be accepted.

Oral Boards (Interviews) for applicants who successfully pass the written and physical testing are tentatively scheduled for Sunday and Monday, January 21 and 22, 2018.

How to Apply:
The on-line Application and Qualifying Questionnaire must be received electronically prior to the closing date/time listed at the top of this job posting. Please review our Tips for Applying page for more information about how to complete your application materials. The “Apply for this Job” link below will start the application process. You are allowed to upload a copy of your resume and/or cover letter as part of the application, but these two items are not required unless otherwise indicated in the posting. After completing the application, the questionnaire(s) and the voluntary EEOC form follow. The last page of the application process allows you to print your application information if you choose. You are not allowed to review your information after moving to the next page of the process.
 
Before clicking “Apply for this Job” below, please preview the application and questionnaire (both can be viewed by clicking on the links below).   Once you begin the online application process you will not be able to save your work and return at a later time.  Most applicants prepare their application materials ahead of time using word-processing software and then cut and paste their responses into the online application. The application only allows for four employers as part of your work history. Please use the form (linked below) to include additional work history. Email completed form to HR@springfield-or.gov before the closing date/time of this posting.
 
Applicants who have submitted a valid email address will receive a system-generated email verifying that the application has been received.  If you do not receive a system-generated email verifying receipt of your application, your application may not be eligible for consideration for this position.  We recommend that you add our email domain (@springfield-or.gov) to your "safe senders" list in your email software to ensure that you receive communication from us.  Please contact us at 541-726-3705 if you have any questions.

Veterans Preference Points:
The City of Springfield recognizes the extensive contributions of men and women who have served in the Armed Services. As a veteran, you may be entitled to preference when seeking employment with city government. If you would like to claim Veteran's Preference points, please submit a completed form (linked below) along with the appropriate documentation prior to the closing date listed at the top of this job posting. You may submit your documents via mail, email, fax or in person (please see form for contact information). If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Blomquist at 541-726-3705 or HR@springfield-or.gov for more information.

Additional Information and Forms:
 

NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.



EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
PDF FORMATS
Click here to download a job application in PDF format
Click here to download a job description in PDF format
Click here to download a supplemental questionnaire in PDF format


Police
Posting Number: 2017-37
Job Title: Police Officer-Lateral
Closing date: 01/08/2018
Closing time: 05:00 PM
Job Class: Protective Services
Job Hours: Shift Work
Salary: See Pay Scale Below in Posting. Full Benefits, including PERS.
 Grade 220, SPA Represented, Non-Exempt. Additional pay may be available according to bargaining unit contract.
Description:  
       

The City of Springfield has exciting opportunities in our Police Department for experienced Lateral Police Officers. We are searching for applicants who are dedicated professionals, sensitive to the needs and want of our citizens, and adhere to the highest standards of excellence. The City of Springfield is dedicated to providing exceptional service, with emphasis on fairness and equity, to all our constituents. We respect differences, knowing that both in government and in the community, strength comes from combining all of what we know. Women and persons of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Springfield Police Department is dedicated to providing the best available law enforcement and accountability services to our community.  This includes our 100 bed Municipal Jail located in our Justice Center- the largest municipal jail in the State of Oregon.  Because of this tremendous resource, Springfield does not have a capacity-based release program. 

For more great information about the City of Springfield Police Department, check this out:
http://www.springfield-or.gov/dept_pol.htm

You must have a valid email address included in your application in order for us to contact you. If you do not receive a confirmation email after submission, check your spam filters. Call 541/726-3705 or send an email to HR@springfield-or.gov to confirm the email address included with your application is correct.

Education & Experience:
We are interested in finding police officers who have relevant experience in a municipal, county, or state police agency. Those who are currently certified as police officers in Oregon, or able to obtain Oregon DPSST certification if a police officer in another state, are eligible to apply for the lateral police officer position.  Military police, federal officer, reserve officer, security officer and corrections experience do not meet the requirement for relevant experience. 

A full description of the experience and education for this position can be found in the Police Officer job description linked below.

*Please note that the Springfield Police Department has a personal appearance policy, which includes but is not limited to:  No visible tattoos are allowed while on-duty; no body piercing (some exceptions for ear piercings), hair must be neat and not pose any safety issues, "alterations" to any area of the body that is not concealed by authorized uniform or attire.  If you have specific questions about the personal appearance policy, please email HR@springfield-or.gov

Skills & Abilities:
Under the supervision of a Sergeant this position enforces state and local laws, and responds to emergencies in an effort to protect life and property. Police Officer duties include responding to life threatening emergencies, investigating crimes, performing community relations and crime prevention functions as well as preparing written and/or typed reports of activities.

Compensation:
Successful lateral candidates will be offered a pay step commensurate with their related experience (or equivalency) as reviewed by the Springfield Police Department according to the following guidelines:
 
•Pay step 2: $30.36/hour, 3-5 years experience
•Pay step 3: $31.88/ hour, 5-7 years of experience
•Pay step 4: $33.48/ hour, 7-10 years of experience
•Pay step 5: $35.14/ hour, 10+ years of experience


Additional Premium pays:
•DPSST Intermediate: 5%
•DPSST Advanced: 10%
•Bachelor's Degree: 5%
•Foreign Language Fluency: 2.5%


Testing & Selection Process:
Candidates considered for the Lateral Police Officer position will be identified through a series of screening tools and tests including an Employment Application, Qualifying Questionnaire (part of the application), Physical Ability Test, Psychological Exam, Comprehensive Background, Medical Examination to include drug screening for controlled substances, and Oral Interviews.  All testing and selection processes will be done in accordance with the Oregon Veterans' Preference in Public Employment Law.

Aptitude, personality profile, mental and physical fitness, and communication skills will all be evaluated.

Physical Ability testing is tentatively scheduled for the afternoon of Saturday, January 20, 2018. If you are invited to this stage in the recruitment process, you must be present.  Applicants invited to test will be emailed directly with additional information.

The physical test will consist of the Oregon Physical Abilities Test (ORPAT).  Please review the 'ORPAT' document below to learn more about the physical ability testing portion. 

Previous ORPAT scores will NOT be accepted.

***Please note, Lateral Police Officers (those already DPSST certified in Oregon or another state) will not be required to complete the written test- only the ORPAT will be required. 

Oral Boards for applicants who successfully pass physical testing are tentatively scheduled for Sunday-Monday, January 21-22, 2018.

How to Apply:
The on-line Application and Qualifying Questionnaire must be received electronically prior to the closing date/time listed at the top of this job posting. Please review our Tips for Applying page for more information about how to complete your application materials. The “Apply for this Job” link below will start the application process. You are allowed to upload a copy of your resume and/or cover letter as part of the application, but these two items are not required unless otherwise indicated in the posting. After completing the application, the questionnaire(s) and the voluntary EEOC form follow. The last page of the application process allows you to print your application information if you choose. You are not allowed to review your information after moving to the next page of the process.
 
Before clicking “Apply for this Job” below, please preview the application and questionnaire (both can be viewed by clicking on the links below).   Once you begin the online application process you will not be able to save your work and return at a later time.  Most applicants prepare their application materials ahead of time using word-processing software and then cut and paste their responses into the online application. The application only allows for four employers as part of your work history. Please use the form (linked below) to include additional work history. Email completed form to HR@springfield-or.gov before the closing date/time of this posting.
 
Applicants who have submitted a valid email address will receive a system-generated email verifying that the application has been received.  If you do not receive a system-generated email verifying receipt of your application, your application may not be eligible for consideration for this position.  We recommend that you add our email domain (@springfield-or.gov) to your "safe senders" list in your email software to ensure that you receive communication from us.  Please contact us at 541-726-3705 if you have any questions.

Veterans Preference Points:
The City of Springfield recognizes the extensive contributions of men and women who have served in the Armed Services. As a veteran, you may be entitled to preference when seeking employment with city government. If you would like to claim Veteran's Preference points, please submit a completed form (linked below) along with the appropriate documentation prior to the closing date listed at the top of this job posting. You may submit your documents via mail, email, fax or in person (please see form for contact information). If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Blomquist at 541-726-3705 or HR@springfield-or.gov for more information.

Additional Information and Forms:

NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.



EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
PDF FORMATS
Click here to download a job application in PDF format
Click here to download a job description in PDF format
Click here to download a supplemental questionnaire in PDF format



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