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City of Rochester to hire Code Enforcement employee

The Rochester Police Department is accepting applications for a part-time "Code Enforcement" employee.

The social media post by the department states that the code enforcement employee will be required to interact with the general public in order to explain and gain compliance of city ordinances and regulations. The most common city ordinance complaints include dealing with tall grass, weeds, junk vehicles, trash, etc.

The person will not be a police officer.

This position reports directly to the Chief of Police and starting pay is $20 per hour.

Requirements include:

High School Diploma or GED                                                        

Valid Indiana driver's license

Must be able to pass a background investigation                      

Effective communication skills

Ability to handle situations with tact, tolerance, and respect

Self motivated with organizational and time management skills

Knowledge of city geography, or the ability to learn

Applications may be picked up at the Rochester Police Department, 312 Main Street.

If you have questions please call the police department at 574-223-3313. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

 

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