Employment

Every effort is made to keep this listing as complete and accurate as possible. If, however, you do have questions about a particular position, please contact us at (937) 535-1000.

The City of Moraine is a Drug Free Work Place and an Equal Opportunity Employer

Ways to apply for Employment:

Online Application

Applications/resumes are only accepted for current job openings that are posted

Full-Time Parks and Recreation Director – until June 29, 2018

Senior management position responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and instructing a year round, City-wide parks and recreation program that annually serves approximately 200,000 people. The Director will manage four full time, 49 part time and 33 seasonal staff and supervises the operations of two facilities, special events and ten outdoor parks. Bachelor’s degree in recreation, education, physical education; or related field of study and/or experience in recreation, parks, and sports programs.

Salary range is $68,265 to $83,075, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • A Master’s Degree in Public Administration and five years of progressive and responsibility experience in parks and recreation programs is preferred.
  • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
  • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

** Please include a cover letter to be considered, addressed to City Manager Bryan R H Chodkowski **

Full-Time Program Coordinator – until position is filled

The City of Moraine Parks and Recreation is seeking a seasoned full time Program Coordinator. Successful candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/customer service skills, effective verbal/written communication skills and the ability to handle stressful situations. This position is primarily responsible for developing and coordinating sports, fitness, youth and recreation programs in the Payne Recreation Center (PRC). Additional assignments at the Gerhardt Civic Center (GCC) and various City parks to include: fitness programs; indoor and outdoor athletic leagues or events; gym use; youth summer camps; game room/teen room programs and special events.

Salary range is $$39,478 to $52,769, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in parks and recreation or higher in parks and recreation, recreation administration, sports sciences, or related field and/or equivalent related certifications (ACSM, CPRP, YMCA, or ACE), with 3-5 years of sports and recreation management experience preferred.
  • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
  • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

Full-Time Firefighter – until June 12, 2018 at 5p.m.

Applicants must be Ohio-certified paramedics with a Level II Ohio Firefighting Certificate at the time of appointment. Students nearing completion of the certification process are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be high school graduates (or GED), demonstrate good character and health, be at least 18 years of age but no older than 40 at time of hire and be physically capable of performing all essential functions of the position. Background checks will include character, mental/physical health, psychological testing and polygraph.

During the probationary period of one year, the salary is $51,188.80. The contract then begins at $57,033.60 with annual step increases up to $70,990.40 in 72 months. Benefits include: paid vacation, holiday, sick and injury leaves; comprehensive healthcare insurance plan; life insurance; and City pays all but 0.75% or three quarters (3/4) of one percent of the employee’s portion of the state pension premium after 5 years of service.

Applications will be accepted Sunday, May 19, 2018 through Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

Once you have completed the online application, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com, select “Find Jobs” tab, then “Firefighter Jobs”, then select the City of Moraine’s posting. The fee for the exam is $50.00 and can be paid on the National Testing Network, Inc. website. The Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) on the NTN website is required to be filled out in order to be considered for this position.

Two written examination sessions will be conducted Wednesday, June 13, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at Sinclair Community College, Criminal Justice Training Academy, Building 19, 214 S. Wilkinson Street, Dayton OH 45402. Doors for the exam will lock promptly at exam times and no one will be allowed into the examination after that time! Valid driver’s license will be required to enter the exam.

If an applicant has taken the exam within the past six (6) months, you may transfer your scores. However, if an applicant wishes to transfer a previous test score and meets all requirements, they must complete a City application and the NTN PHQ in order to be considered for this position.

Upon completion of the entry level exam, all candidate scores will be forwarded to the Moraine Merit System Commission who will be administering the testing process. Candidates who attain a passing score on the entrance exam will be ranked according to their score and placed on the Commission’s eligibility list. The City of Moraine will contact each candidate following the exam with their overall score and ranking. National Testing Network is a service provided to conduct entry level testing in a standardized, professional environment. National Testing Network does not replace the City of Moraine and the Merit System Commission responsibility and decision making in the testing process.

Applicants considered for further processing will undergo interviews, criminal background and reference checks, medical exam, drug screen, psychological test, and polygraph exam.

APPLICANT CHECKLIST

  • Fill out a City application – below
  • Attach supporting documents** – resume, DD-214, diplomas, certificates, etc.
  • Sign up at nationaltestingnetwork.com
  • Complete the Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) on NTN website
  • Take exam

**Additional points will be awarded to applicants who attain a passing examination score and have a Bachelor’s degree in Fire or EMS from an accredited college or university or have been honorably discharge from the military. Documents must be attached to the application in order to receive additional points.

Failure to complete all of the steps listed above will result in a disqualification from the hiring process.

IMPORTANT ITEMS:

  • You must bring a picture ID
  • Free parking will be available at the exam location
  • Please leave all cell phones in your vehicle…no cell phones will be allowed inside the testing center
  • No food or drinks will be allowed in the testing center
  • All testing supplies, including pencils, will be provided

Part-Time Recreation Monitor Supervisor (Youth Programming) – until positions are filled

The City of Moraine Parks and Recreation is seeking a part time Recreation Monitor Supervisor. Successful candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/customer service skills, effective verbal/written communication skills and the ability to handle stressful situations. This position is responsible for the management of the Payne Recreation Center (PRC) Nursery, Youth Sports, the Reach Program, select special events and the Summer Youth Program including the tracking of inventory, schedule staff, assist with the scheduling of facilities and recruit, train and supervise part time and seasonal staff to ensure a safe and effective community recreation environment.

Recreation Monitors work under the general supervision of the Director of Parks and Recreation, Recreation Coordinator, Operations Manager and/or Recreation Supervisor.

Salary range begins at $10.36/hour, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or GED with one or more years experience with youth out of school time recreation programs.
  • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
  • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

Part-Time Building Maintenance Assistant – until July 11, 2018

Performs skilled and technical tasks in maintenance, repair and operation of city buildings and recreation facilities. Work involves general repair, painting and cleaning. Position is often physically demanding and may require work in difficult weather conditions.

Knowledge of electric, plumbing, construction, carpentry and HVAC a plus.

Maintenance Assistant works under general supervision of the Maintenance Superintendent and may involve various shifts, including weekends and holidays.

Employee must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.

Salary is $18.36/hour

Requirements

    • High School diploma or GED and/or any equivalent of four years of experience and training.
    • Knowledge of use of necessary tools, equipment, materials, supplies and safety practices.
    • Pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Part-Time Gerhardt Civic Center Supervisor Position – until positions are filled

The City of Moraine Parks and Recreation is seeking staff members for its GCC Supervisor Position. Successful candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/customer service skills, effective verbal/written communication skills and the ability to handle stressful situations.

Summer: 29 hours (Mon-Fri, daytime hours)

      • Instruction of Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).
      • Follow all Health Department, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and City of Moraine policies.
      • Prepare summer lunch meals with program staff for all five sites.
      • Prepare summer snacks for sites with program staff.
      • Inventory of all food, drinks and supplies for summer lunch program.
      • Prepare and submit the weekly food order.
      • Collect all receipts and delivery slips.
      • Complete daily and weekly program forms.

Fall, Winter & Spring: 29 hours (nights and weekends)

      • Instruction of the Youth & Teen Cooking Programs, Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and execution of special events.
      • Assist in general program operations of all GCC Programs.
      • Prepare CACFP snacks for Civic Center Site.
      • Shopping for GCC programs and events.

Salary range begins at $10.36/hour to $12.60/hour, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

      • High School Diploma or GED with one or more years of recreation experience preferred, and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
      • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

Part-Time Summer Seasonal Staff – until positions are filled

The City of Moraine Parks and Recreation is seeking staff members for its summer seasonal programs. Successful candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/customer service skills, effective verbal/written communication skills and the ability to handle stressful situations.

Summer Parks Program Instructor
Average Hours per wk = 29 (Typical schedule Mon-Fri, 11am-4:45pm)
Organize and implement activities, games, and crafts at a variety of parks. Assist with afternoon snack at the PRC and Summer Day Camp. Must be able be a licensed Driver, as this staff member visits multiple parks per day.

GCC Summer Drop-in Program Instructor
Average Hours per wk = 27.5 hours (Typical schedule Mon-Fri, 10:30am to 4pm)
Runs youth drop-in program, organizes activities, crafts, games and more.

GCC Summer Drop-in Program Helper
Average Hours per wk = 15 hours (Typical schedule Mon-Fri, 1pm to 4pm)
Assists Instructor with the youth drop-in program.

Salary range begins at $8.87/hour to $10.78/hour, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

      • High School Diploma or GED with one or more years of recreation experience preferred, and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
      • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

Part-Time & Seasonal Recreation Monitors – until positions are filled

The City of Moraine Parks and Recreation is seeking staff members for its ongoing year around and summer seasonal programs. Qualified candidates must have experience in youth, senior, sports, nutritional, and/or fitness programming. Successful candidates must have exceptional interpersonal/customer service skills, effective verbal/written communication skills, willingness to work nights, evenings, weekends/holidays and the ability to handle stressful situations.

Recreation Monitors work under the general supervision of the Director of Parks and Recreation, Recreation Coordinator, Operations Manager and/or Recreation Supervisor.

Salary range begins at $8.87/hour to $10.78/hour, depending on experience and education.

Requirements and Qualifications

      • High School Diploma or GED with one or more years of recreation experience preferred, and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Pre-employment drug screening and background check is required. All candidates must be willing to submit to random drug screenings.
      • First Aid and CPR certifications preferred or must be obtained immediately after hire.

Part-Time Laborer – until positions are filled

The City of Moraine Street/Parks Department is now accepting applications for (1) Part-Time Laborer. Applications must be submitted on-line. The chosen applicant will be responsible for weed eating, mowing and light grounds maintenance. The pay for the Part-Time Laborer is $8.87 per hour for a total of 28 hours per week. You must have a valid Ohio driver’s license to apply.

Part-Time Firefighter

Part-time minimum requirements for employment are: Firefighter Level 1B, EMT-B Certification at time of hiring and must be be able to work platoon hours (every third day), 24 hrs per week.

Contact Deputy Chief Jeff Eitel at 535-1140 for questions.

Full-Time Fire Lieutenant – until June 25, 2018 (internal candidates only)

All applicants must fill out a Promotional Application by June 25, 2018.

The exam will be given Wednesday, June 27, 2018, at 9:00 a.m. at the City Building. This is a pencil and paper exam, pencils will be provided.

Qualifications:

Education and Experience

      • Three (3) years continuous full-time employment with the Fire Division (Current Employees Only)
      • Valid Ohio Driver’s License
      • FF Level II
      • Paramedic Certification

SCORE CALCULATION

      • A score of 70 percent or higher is needed to pass the written exam.
      • There will be a two (2) hour time limit to complete the exam.
      • Protest period following the written exams expires July 2, 2018
      • Protests on questions must be submitted to the Clerk of Council by 4:30 p.m. July 2, 2018, on the form provided by the Merit System Commission located on the City’s website. Protest Form Download
      • The Merit System Commission will meet to determine the outcome of the protested questions. (Rule 10, Section 8)
      • Ties will be broken by seniority points and if needed, date and time of application.

STUDY GUIDE

As part of the process for promotion, an examination will be administered by the Merit System Commission and scored by the National Testing Network. The examination will consist of 100 questions taken directly from the study material, IFSTA’s Fire and Emergency Services Company Officer (5th edition).

One text book will be available at each firehouse.

Additional Information

Seniority points will only be awarded to candidates who achieve a minimum passing score (70%) on the examination without considering seniority points. (Rule 16, Section 2).

The Lt. promotional exam is a three part process consisting of a written exam, Assessment Center and interview. After the written exam, scores will be calculated, certified and released. The top candidates with a passing score will move to the Assessment Center phase of the process.