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City of Statesboro Hiring for Multiple Positions

The City of Statesboro currently has multiple job openings.


Available positions include:

Groundskeeper – maintains landscaped areas at City facilities, roadways, parks, and cemeteries.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Installs and maintains landscaped areas by performing such duties as mowing, planting, pruning, watering, fertilizing, mulching, weeding, edging, and spraying;
  • Prepares landscape and flower bed areas by tilling, raking, shoveling, adding soil amendments and fertilizers, and installing plants and trees;
  • Prunes and trims trees;
  • Applies appropriate pesticides (herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides);
  • Cleans ornamental fountains, filters, and water pumps;
  • Operates and assists in training new employees in the maintenance and safe operation of landscaping equipment;
  • Operates a water truck to water trees and plants;
  • Operates a backhoe and trencher to install irrigation systems;
  • Provides routine maintenance of landscaping tools and equipment by performing such tasks as checking oil and fluid levels and sharpening blades;
  • Performs general housekeeping duties at shop.

See more information and apply HERE.


Water/Sewer System Operator – installs, repairs, and maintains water and sewer mains and lines.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Installs, maintains, and repairs water and sewer mains and lines;
  • Operates a backhoe, trencher, front-end loader, and dump truck to install water and sewer services;
  • Locates and repairs leaks in water and sewer lines;
  • Makes water and sewer taps;
  • Maintains wells; adds chemicals and performs preventive maintenance;
  • Sets water meters;
  • Performs preventive maintenance procedures on assigned equipment;
  • Operates a boring machine to install water and sewer pipe;
  • Flushes and cleans water and sewer lines;
  • Answers emergency service calls as required;
  • Sets barricades, cones, and warning signs at work sites.

See more information and apply HERE.


Police Officer – enforces federal, state, and local laws and the protection of life and property. This is a sworn position and requires the ability to perform basic patrol officer functions.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Patrols an assigned zone in order to detect and deter criminal activity and traffic violations;
  • Responds to calls relayed by Communications Officers, including domestic disputes, assaults, burglaries, traffic accidents, lost or missing persons searches, public service duties, stranded motorists, and others;
  • Conducts preliminary investigations into traffic accidents, crimes, and other incidents, including interviewing victims, complainants and witnesses, gathering information and evidence, securing crime scenes, and performing basic crime scene processing;
  • Performs preliminary investigative work to include taking pictures, collecting statements, and lifting fingerprints;
  • Apprehends, arrests, and processes offenders, including fugitives;
  • Summons witnesses and transports prisoners;
  • Provides assistance and backup support to other officers and emergency service providers as necessary;
  • Provides first aid and CPR to victims as necessary and assists motorists;
  • Provides traffic direction and escort services as needed for events such as parades, funerals, ball games, and school crossings;
  • Testifies in judicial proceedings as necessary;
  • Completes all required reports and forms, including accident and incident reports;
  • Inspects and maintains an assigned patrol car, uniform, and equipment;
  • Attends ongoing training classes as required;
  • Works extra patrol details as necessary;
  • Performs Bailiff duties for Municipal Court.

See more information and apply HERE.


Communications Officer – receives calls for assistance from the public and dispatches appropriate public safety personnel while maintaining a variety of departmental records.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Receives, monitors, and dispatches radio communications traffic for emergency and non-emergency situations;
  • Receives and screens all incoming telephone calls from the public and other public safety agencies;
  • Maintains a continuous log of incoming telephone and radio calls;
  • Maintains cross-training in order to assist in the Records Unit;
  • Monitors and routes incoming messages from state computer network;
  • Processes information as requested in the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC) network, including information on missing persons or stolen articles;
  • Receives cash bonds;
  • Assists officers by using the GCIC computer to run criminal and license histories;
  • Communicates with other area agencies to obtain and relay information.

See more information and apply HERE.


 

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