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Unless directed otherwise in a job posting or advertisement, completed applications should be sent to:

City of Northville
Attn: Melissa Wyman, Finance Department
215 West Main Street
Northville, MI 48167

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The City of Northville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Accepting applications for:

Customer Service / Administrative Clerk
Aquatics Coordinator

Customer Service / Administrative Clerk

 Job Description

The City of Northville is accepting applications for a full time customer service/administrative clerical position in the Front Office of Northville City Hall. The work hours of this position are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

Job Summary:

Perform diversified customer service and clerical tasks. Specific duties would include, but not be limited to:

  • responding to public inquiries over the phone, in person and over the internet,
  • main cashier,
  • provide extensive administrative assistance to the Public Works Department,
  • election assistance,
  • processing tax and utility lockbox and online receipts,
  • process dog license renewals and database maintenance,
  • scanning and indexing of various documents,
  • backup assistance for other clerical functions, and
  • other work as assigned.

The position works under the general direction of the Finance Director/Treasurer, City Clerk, and Public Works Director. However, the Accounting Supervisor is the direct supervisor. Cross-training with other departments will also be required.

The successful candidate must have excellent customer service skills, able to set priorities, and work on multiple tasks simultaneously. Extensive computer knowledge and experience using Microsoft Office is required. Knowledge of BS&A software is desired. Some overtime is worked during peak periods. Strong communication and organizational skills are mandatory. Must also be bondable.

Compensation: This position will be part of the City of Northville Clerical Employee Association bargaining unit. That bargaining unit is the “Michigan Association of Public Employees” or “MAPE”. Pay scale and fringe benefits will be in accordance with the agreement between the City of Northville and its employees in the MAPE bargaining unit.

Open until filled.  The City of Northville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Aquatics Coordinator

 Job Description

Northville Parks and Recreation a shared service between the City of Northville and Northville Township, is accepting applications for a part time, Aquatics Coordinator. The position is a non-union, supervisory position, averaging 25-29 hours per week on a year-round basis. The position is paid hourly with no benefits other than those required by law and is not available to accumulate compensation hours.

Job Summary

Under the general supervision of the Recreation Superintendent, the employee in this position creates, plans, organizes and coordinates, hires and trains part-time aquatics employees for the Northville Parks & Recreation Aquatics program.

Typical Duties

Creates, plans and executes all aspects of the Aquatics program
Active constant recruiting of aquatics staff to deliver aquatics program

Preferred Qualifications

Experience using Microsoft Office products and knowledge of the Northville community is preferred. Undergraduate degree in Parks and Recreation Administration or related field and a minimum of two years paid experience in Aquatics Coordination or Supervision. Must have American Red Cross LGI, WSI, LG and CPR/First Aid certifications. Also must be customer service oriented, able to set priorities and work on multiple tasks simultaneously. Strong communication and organizational skills are required. Must be over the age of 18.

Compensation

Starting pay $15.00- $18.00 per hour DOQ.

Application Deadline

Open until filled. Application forms may be obtained on the City of Northville website at www.cityofnorthville.org. or the Northville Township website at www.twp.northville.mi.us Mail completed application forms and resume to Northville Parks and Recreation, 700 W. Baseline Road, Northville, MI 48167, Attn: P. Brown or email to: pbrown@ci.northville.mi.us.

Northville Parks and Recreation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

 
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The City of Northville, Northville DDA, Northville Parks and Recreation Department, City of Novi, Charter Township of Northville, Hines Park (Wayne County Parks) and Maybury Park (Michigan Department of Natural Resources) collaboratively embarked on the development of a physical connection between Hines and Maybury called “The Link”.

Developing a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian wayfinding program to assist users in navigating “The Link” was paramount. An informative and visible signage system for the existing connection was developed and set a precedent for growth of a signed network in the area as routes are identified. Click here for a map and more information about “The Link”.

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