Job Openings

How to Apply for a Job with the Town of Fort Gibson or Fort Gibson Utilities

Disclaimer: Applications and/or resumes are accepted only for open and posted positions.

To submit in person: Print out application (PDF) and return to 200 W Poplar Fort Gibson, OK 74434

To submit online: Fill out application form online, save and email to the Town of Fort Gibson


POSITION CLASSIFICATION: SANITATION LABORER

Typical Duties & Responsibilities:  Under supervision of the Utilities Foreman, the Sanitation Laborer must be able to perform a variety of manual tasks. The position is physically demanding and requires candidates to be able to perform duties that include, but are not limited to, the following:

          Lift heavy objects (up to 80 pounds) and work outside in all weather conditions.

          Drive garbage trucks (with valid CDL) while others ride along.

          Operate the trucks mechanisms for lifting, dumping, and setting dumpsters.

          Perform some manual labor for items such as garbage cans, brush piles and/or furniture as necessary.

          Other duties as assigned.

Education: High school diploma or GED.

Experience: Good driving record (must have valid DL) and work history.

Knowledge: No specialized knowledge required.

         Skill:    Perform heavy manual labor under conditions involving extremes of heat and cold.

 Preference: Valid CDL.

Salary Range:  $14.00/hr - $24.26/hr

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUG TEST.

Note: All the above duties require a lot of bending, stooping and continuous use of the upper and lower body.

NUMBER OF VACANCIES:  2


     POSITION CLASSIFICATION: CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIER

Typical Duties and Responsibilities:  Under the direct supervision of the Deputy Town Administrator, and in close relation with the Fire Chief, the Code Enforcement Officer is charged with the enforcement of any all Town of Fort Gibson Ordinances and Statutes of the State of Oklahoma relating to the health, welfare, and betterment of the Town of Fort Gibson.  The Code Enforcement Officer is also responsible for ensuring that all permits required by Town or State law are acquired as necessary for various projects of construction and/or rehabilitation and professionals doing business within he Town limits.  This position will also be responsible for reviewing and recommending updates to the Town Ordinances regarding permits and building related codes.  Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: conduct inspections of property and construction sites to determine compliance with all applicable Town and State law: reviewing existing Code to determine updates, amendments, or other changes that may be necessary: review and approve/deny permit applications: inspect property within Town limits for compliance with Town Code regarding nuisance, safety, health and other requirements: other duties as assigned.

Education:           High school diploma or GED.

Experience:         Good driving record (must have valid DL); experience in the area of municipal code enforcement is preferred;                                       experience with government budgets a plus.

Knowledge:         Working knowledge of International Building Code, International Plumbing Code, and National Electric Code.

Skill:                     Operation of a Town-owned vehicle is required.

Ability:                  Must be able to work independently and enforce applicable laws, rules, and regulations fairly and without                                               exception; must be able to communicate effectively with the public, supervisors, and the Board of Trustees;                                            must be able to handle pressure situations; lifting of up to 50 pounds.

Preference:          Certification from Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association.

Pay Range:          $16.00/hr-$25.88/hr based on qualifications and experience.

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUG TEST.

NUMBER OF VACANCIES: 1



    POSITION CLASSIFICATION: UTILITIES AUTHORITY LABORER

Typical Duties and Responsibilities:  Conducts all duties under the direct supervision of the Utilities Authority Foreman and/or Leadman; duties include but are not limited to: operation of light equipment and perform a variety of manual tasks; assist in construction and maintenance of streets, sewer lines and water lines; loads and unloads trucks; performs maintenance, cleaning, and repair of buildings; maintains and cleans municipal grounds; rotates with sanitation crew as necessary and assigned; responds to after-hours emergency calls; other duties as assigned.

Education:           High school diploma or GED.

Experience:         Good driving record (must have valid DL) and work history.

Knowledge:          Use of hand tools.

           Skill:           Operation of a Town-owned vehicle is required; perform manual labor under close supervision, which may                                             include close supervision, which may include lifting of up to 80 pounds.

        Ability:           Able to work independently; able to handle pressure situations; able and willing to work in all weather conditions,                                   including extreme heat and cold.

Preference:            Experience in light equipment operation and repair.

Pay Range:            $13.50/hr-$21.84/hr based on qualifications and experience.

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUG TEST.

NUMBER OF VACANCIES: 1      



POSITION CLASSIFICATION; CEMETERY MAINTENANCE LABORER


Typical Duties and Responsibilities:  Conducts all duties under the direct supervision of the Utilities Authority Superintendent; duties include but are not limited to: operation of light equipment and perform maintenance, cleaning, and repair of municipal property; maintains and cleans cemetery grounds, which includes, but is not limited to, mowing, weed-eating, and fence repair; responsible for grave openings and closings; works closely with Cemetery Clerk; rotates with utilities authority and sanitation crew as necessary and  assigned; other duties as assigned.

Education:       High school diploma or GED.

Experience:      Good driving record (must have valid DL) and work history.

Knowledge:      Use of hand tools and lawn equipment.

           Skill:       Operation of a Town-owned vehicle is required; perform manual labor under close supervision, which may include                                lifting of up to 80 pounds.

        Ability:       Able to work independently; able to handle pressure situations; able and willing to work in all weather conditions,                                  including extreme heat and cold; able to communicate effectively with the public.

 Preference:     Experience in light equipment operation and repair.

 Pay Range:     $13.50/hr-$21.84/hr based qualifications and experience.


MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A DRUG TEST.


NUMBER OF VACANCIES: 1