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Posted on: May 16, 2018

Public Works Laborer (Seasonal Help)

The Village of Elburn, Illinois, is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Laborer – Full Time Temporary (Seasonal).

Public Works Laborer

(Seasonal Help)

The Village of Elburn, Illinois, is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Laborer – Full Time Temporary (Seasonal).  This position is a full-time, temporary, staff level employee in the Public Works Department and reports directly to the Public Works Foreman.  The position is responsible for all aspects of work performed by the Public Works Department, as assigned.  The primary duties will include the care and maintenance of Village parks, buildings, trees and storm water systems.     

The incumbent of this position operates vehicles, trucks and other motorized equipment, and uses a variety of tools/equipment necessary to accomplish the work of the Public Works Department. 

This position requires the ability to work overtime including nights, weekends and holidays, perform heavy lifting and manual tasks, and work in inclement weather.

Desired qualifications include, but are not limited to the possession of a valid Illinois driver’s license, completion of high school or equivalent and vocational training or two years related work experience. 

The successful candidate shall be able to demonstrate an ability to work both independently as well as in a team environment.

Expected starting salary is $11.50 per hour. 

Applications are available at www.elburn.il.us (under “Document Center”) or Village Hall, 301 E North St.

Send applications to:

Phil VanBogaert
Superintendent of Public Works
301 East North Street
Elburn, Illinois  60119
publicworks@elburn.il.us


The Village of Elburn is an equal opportunity employer.  

Posted April 24, 2018


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