OTTUMWA CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
ENTRANCE EXAM FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF ELIGIBILITY LIST
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4:30 P.M. June 7, 2017
TEST DATE FOR QUALIFYING APPLICANTS: June 22, 2017
REQUIREMENTS: Experience relating to building construction, electrical, plumbing, heating, and air conditioning installments and the ability to pass examinations regarding these skills. High School graduate or GED equivalent. Possess and maintain a valid Iowa Driver’s License. Be certified as a Combination Building Inspector by the International Code Council within 18 months of hire and obtain State certification as an electrical inspector within 12 months of hire.
All qualifying applicants will submit to written examination June 22, 2017 at 4:00 P.M. at the Bridge View Center, 120 Church St., Ottumwa, IA.
Obtain and file application with City Clerk’s Office, 105 E. Third St., Ottumwa, IA 52501. Applicants who are eligible for veteran’s preference must submit proof of applicable military service dates (Section 400.10 Code of Iowa 2015, as amended). Job description and physical requirements are available for review and made a part of this notice by reference. ADA accommodation requests must be received at the City Clerk’s Office prior to application deadline. EOE/H
Bus Drivers – Part Time
Ottumwa is now accepting applications for part time driving positions in the Ottumwa/Wapello Co area. Currently, we have several routes available with varying hours. Must have good driving record, pass pre-employment physical & drug screen and be able to obtain class C CDL w/passenger endorsement. Benefits include IPERS, paid holidays and paid leave time.
Download the Bus Driver application form
For more information, contact Ottumwa Transit at 641-683-0695.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICY STATEMENT - CITY POLICY NO. 49-2012
It is the policy of the City of Ottumwa to provide equal opportunity to all employees, applicants and program beneficiaries; to provide equal opportunity for advancement of employees; to provide program and employment facilities which are accessible to the handicapped and to administer its programs in a manner that does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, familial status, political affiliation, citizenship or sexual orientation.
The Mayor, or his designee, has ultimate responsibility for the overall administration of the affirmative action/equal opportunity program. The total integration of equal opportunity into all parts of personnel and program management is the Mayor's responsibility. The Mayor, or his designee, will review all policies and procedures as they affect equal opportunity and affirmative action and ensure compliance with relevant federal and state statutes.
The right of appeal and recourse is guaranteed by the City of Ottumwa. Any person who feels that he or she has been denied employment, participation, representation, or services in any program administered by the City of Ottumwa because of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or citizenship has the right to file an equal opportunity complaint. Information and assistance relative to equal opportunity complaints shall be provided by the City Attorney/Human Resources Director, who can be contacted at City Hall, 105 E Third Street, Ottumwa, Iowa 52501.
NOTE TO CIVIL SERVICE APPLICANTS:
Applicants who are eligible for veteran’s preference must submit proof of applicable military service dates (Section 400.10 Code of Iowa 2013, as amended). ADA accommodation requests must be received at the City Clerk’s Office prior to application deadline. EOE/H
The City of Ottumwa has, from time to time, openings for a variety of positions, from part time seasonal employment, entry level positions and managerial opportunities.
All Civil Service positions are posted at City Hall.
Download an application form.