Have you ever thought about becoming a police officer for one of the top public safety departments in Iowa? How about taking your mechanic skills to the next level with the Department of Public Works? Or using your love of the outdoors to help the Parks and Recreation Department maintain our athletic facilities?
If you are looking for a new employment opportunity or are just looking for a rewarding career in public service, the City of Muscatine has these and other opportunities available now. Check out our job listings and learn what it takes to become a police officer, vehicular mechanic, an athletic facilities specialist, and how to apply for other positions that are available.
Applications are also still being accepted a substitute refuse collector with the Solid Waste Division. Keep an eye on our web site as we will begin to advertise for another round of applications for the Muscatine Fire Department, and for various seasonal positions in the next several months.
If you are called to public service and want to make a positive contribution to the community, the Muscatine Police Department invites you to apply for a position with a professional accredited and dedicated force as a Police Officer. As a member of the Muscatine Police Department you will be trained for and have responsibility for community protection of life and property, crime prevention, and law enforcement. Deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. on January 31, 2022.
The Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting a skilled individual to serve as an Athletic Facilities Specialist. This position calls for work performing maintenance and repair tasks, management of sports turf, landscape beds, and ball diamonds, and the ability to direct and train others in maintenance activities. Visit www.muscatineiowa.gov/jobs for more details and qualifications for this position.
The Department of Public Works is taking applications for a qualified individual as a Vehicular Mechanic II. This individual will participate in all phases of vehicular and equipment repair and maintenance operations, and provide general directions and checks on work of employees of lower classifications. Visit www.muscatineiowa.gov/jobs for a list of opportunities and how to apply.
The Transfer Station is accepting applications for individuals to serve as a Substitute Refuse Collector on an as needed basis. Hours will vary depending on need. Individuals applying should be reliable, physically able to lift 75 pounds and be able to work flexible and early morning hours. The position will remain open until filled.
For more information, visit the Employment Opportunities section on the City of Muscatine web site. The City of Muscatine is an equal employment affirmative action employer.