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The City of Franklin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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WATER DEPARTMENT AND SEWER DEPARTMENT
LIGHT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
The Municipal Services Department has a full time job opening for a Light Equipment Operator in the Water and Sewer Divisions. The position participates in the maintenance and upkeep of the City Water and Sewer Departments.
Must possess a CDL Class B drivers license. Possession of a Level 1 NH Public Water System Operators Certification in Distribution and Treatment, or must obtain within one year from the date of hire. Physical and drug testing required.
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Employment applications are available above or at Municipal Services Office at 43 West Bow Street, Franklin, NH 03235, weekdays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and must be returned via postal mail or in person. The salary range from $12.91 to $16.94.
Deadline for applications is by 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, 2016.
The City of Franklin, NH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
THE FRANKLIN FIRE DEPARTMENT
Call Fire Department Openings
The Franklin Fire Department is seeking motivated and energetic individuals to join our team of community service responders. Successful candidates will fill positions on our Call Company. On Call members are needed for response to larger incidents to assist with mitigation and support. These positions demand commitment and dedication.
These are paid positions:
Non- Certified- $7.25 per hour
Certified- $15.59 per hour
These positions will remain open until filled with qualified candidates.
Qualified candidates must:
1. Be 18 years of age
2. At least a High School Graduate or GED
3. Possess valid NH Driver’s license
4. Successfully complete interview process
5. Successfully pass criminal background check
6. Be prepared to attend at least 2 night trainings per month (Wednesday nights)
7. Live within 5.5 miles of the Franklin Fire Station
Anyone interested should contact:
Deputy Chief Goodearl
59 West Bow Street