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Posted on: March 30, 2021

City Maintenance Worker Applications Being Accepted

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The City of Ogdensburg is accepting applications to fill a full-time City Maintenance Worker position in the Ogdensburg Public Works Department.  Starting salary is $19.06/hour, 40 hours per week.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: One year of full-time paid experience in general laboring; construction; road building and/or maintenance; or building and grounds maintenance; or any equivalent combination of training and/or experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT FOR THE ACCEPTANCE OF APPLICATION:   Eligibility for any appropriate class New York State driver’s license and possession of license at time of appointment.

Civil Service applications are available at the Department of Public Works, City Clerk’s Office at City Hall or at www.ogdensburg.org.  Completed applications must be returned to the Department of Public Works, 901 Champlain Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669 by Friday, April 23, 2021 at 3:30pm.

 The City of Ogdensburg is an equal opportunity employer.

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