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Advertisment to Fill a Position at the Town of Shelby
Town of Shelby
The Township of Shelby is advertising to fill a position at the Town Hall Office. The Bookkeeper/Administrative Position is a full-time 32 hours per week position with benefits The Benefits include paid vacation time, personal day, sick time and health insurance. Qualifications of a candidate should include; Governmental Accounting, a cheerful attitude and the ability to work in an office setting with a medium amount of noise and distractions. The position requires working weekdays only from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., however, additional hours may be necessary. Please contact the Town Administrator for a complete job description if you have an interest in this position. Pay range $17.50 to $18.50 starting pay per hour. depending on Qualifications. The Township is an equal opportunity employer and encourages vets and minorities to apply. For a full ethics statement see our website at www.townof shelby.com
Application forms are available on line under the Forms tab.
Contact information email@example.com or call 608-788-1032 or stop by the Townhall located at 2800 Ward Ave to pickup an application and job description.
Town of Shelby
Part-time Recreational Program Coordinator Position
The Township of Shelby is advertising to fill a part-time position to coordinate recreational activities. The individual will be required to interact at a high level with adults, children and the public in an outdoor environment. This individual will be required to seeking donations, oversee fundraising activities and explain current and new programs to citizens interested in participating in our Recreational Program. The Recreational Coordination must exhibit good sportsmanship in a safe environment for all ages. The Recreational Coordinator maybe required to perform some custodial duties or property care in these environments. If you have these qualities and interests please complete an application (form tab) and submitting it to Carroll Vizecky, Administrator. The Township is an equal opportunity employer and encourages vets and minorities to apply. For a full ethics statement see our website at www.townofshelby.com Pay range Salaried and depends upon experience and qualifications.
*ROAD BANS ARE ON AS OF 3/7/18.
The Road crew is responsible for maintaining 45 miles of Shelby town roads, town parks, Shelby Youth Ball fields and the sewer and water systems for Sanitary District #2.
During the winter, the crew is responsible for keeping the roads clear of snow, trimming trees from road shoulders and maintaining the Town's equipment. During snow events the Town uses 6 plow trucks and a snow blower to keep the roads and walkways open.
Summer time projects include street sweeping, ditch cleaning, drain repairs, general road work, road side mowing and any other repairs needed to the Town's facilities.
The 5 full time road crew is supplemented by 6-8 part time workers in the summer to keep the parks mowed and 2-3 in the winter to assist with plowing.
Reminders and Concerns: Town road crew and office continues to receive calls relating to grass being scraped next to the road. The Town right-of-way extends 30 to 33 feet from center line and the area adjacent to the paved road is for snow plowing and snow storage. This area will be scraped during the winter and this is unavoidable. The Town does not repair this area unless damage is extensive. Please note before calling.
Spring Roads: Once the snow is gone, the Road crew will begin cleaning up the sand from the winter. Sand from ditches and driveways can be placed in the street to be picked up by the sweeper when it comes through. The sweeper goes out as early in the spring as possible to pick up the majority of the sand and then it goes out a second time to clean the streets a little better.
Please call the office, not the Road crew, if you have any problems regarding a road Call Michelle at extension 7
Right of Way tree trimming: Please note the Road Crew will be starting in the Valley and making their way around the entire town clearing brush and trees from the Right of Way. This allows for traffic, school busses, and Emergency Vehicles to pass through our roads. At times, an entire tree will need to be removed.
Recycling Brochure Calendar - the calendar has updates, please see FORMS for a new schedule. The months with Holiday's on Mondays will have our pick up on Wed and Thurs, not as regularly scheduled Tues and Wed.
Boundary Meetings continue with the City and Town, dates to come.
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