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Benefits for authorized full-time, non-uniformed employees:

Holidays: Eleven (11) paid holidays per year.

Insurance: Group Medical, Dental, Vision and Life.

Vacation:

1-4 years of service 10 days
5-15 years of service 15 days
Over 15 years 20 days

Sick Leave: Full-time employees receive twenty (20) days per year of which three (3) can be used as sick days. The remaining seventeen (17) accrue for short-term disability. Short-term disability leave accrues up to a maximum of sixty (60) days.

Pension Plan: Voluntary and contributory, employees are eligible to participate after completing one year of service.

Worker’s Compensation: Worker’s Compensation Insurance coverage is provided for each employee for medical bills and work time lost due to on-the-job-injuries.

Tuition Reimbursement: The City of Osceola provides education assistance to full-time employees. An employee may be reimbursed 100% of cost of tuition and fees, excluding books and materials upon satisfactory completion of an eligible course, which has been approved by their Department Manager in advance of registration. Reimbursement will only apply to courses completed toward an Associates or Bachelors Degree.

Notifications of non-exempt job vacancies are posted in each department for a period of 5 working days. If a job vacancy cannot be filled from employees who applied for the position, the city will then conduct a search outside of the City.

Applications may be obtained at City Hall, 303 W. Hale Avenue or online.

Applicants must have a High School diploma or equivalent and a valid Driver's License. Qualified applicants living within the city limits of Osceola will be given priority over qualified applicants residing outside of the City limits. City employees must reside within the City limits of Osceola.

All offers of hire to City positions are conditioned on meeting drug test requirements and a job related medical examination.

The City of Osceola is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without, regard race, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, veteran’s status, disability or genetic information. Furthermore, the city’s commitment extends to all employment-related decisions and terms and conditions of promotions, pay and benefits.

WATER WASTEWATER SERVICEMAN

The City of Osceola currently has an opening for the full-time position of  Water/Wastewater Serviceman.  Must have a high school diploma/equivalent and Wastewater Treatment Operator License a plus. Must have ability to effectively communicate with the public, co-workers and to follow instructions. Previous experience in the operation and use of heavy equipment as well as a Commercial Driver’s License is needed. Three to six months job related experience and/or training plus. Salary is DOE upon experience.

Individual must be able to work rotating weekends, on-call and holidays.

The City of Osceola is an equal opportunity employer and provides a comprehensive benefit package that includes health, dental, vision and prescription benefits, life insurance, paid vacation, holidays, sick days and retirement plan. The City of Osceola is committed to a drug free environment and will administer pre-employment drug testing.

Applications will be accepted at City Hall, 303 W. Hale Avenue, from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday. Resumes can also be sent to

Human Resources
City of Osceola
P.O. Box 443
Osceola, Arkansas, 72370

or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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Notifications of non-exempt job vacancies are posted in each department for a period of 5 working days. If a job vacancy cannot be filled from employees who applied for the position, the city will then conduct a search outside of the City.

Applications may be obtained at City Hall, 303 W. Hale Avenue or online.

Applicants must have a High School diploma or equivalent and a valid Driver's License. Qualified applicants living within the city limits of Osceola will be given priority over qualified applicants residing outside of the City limits. City employees must reside within the City limits of Osceola.

All offers of hire to City positions are conditioned on meeting drug test requirements and a job related medical examination.

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