PERSONNEL INFORMATION

Employment applications for the City of Norton
are accepted for classified (civil service) employees
ONLY when notices have been posted for specific exams. 
Unsolicited resumes are not encouraged

Please contact 330-825-7815 x314 with any questions you may have.


 

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Non-classified (usually part-time) positions may be applied for
when we have an opening. 
Open classified positions are usually advertised in local newspapers,
and some specialized positions may be advertised in out of the area newspapers. 
Notices are also posted on the Administration Building bulletin board.
 
The Norton Civil Service Commission and the Ohio Revised Code set the parameters
for the filling of classified employee job vacancies. 
 
Most full-time positions are classified positions. 
Some exceptions include:
Directors, Clerk of Council, Dispatchers,
and other positions excluded by Norton City Ordinance. 
All part-time employees and seasonal positions are non-classified positions. 

The City of Norton Administrative Officer serves as the Personnel Director. 
The Civil Service Commission is responsible for testing and preparing
eligibility lists for original appointments, and for promotions of classified employees. 
Tests are usually developed by outside agencies and are job specific.
 

Applications for posted personnel openings
may be obtained at the City of Norton
 Administration Building at

4060 Columbia Woods Drive
Norton OH  44203

or you may click here to
PRINT AN APPLICATION
from your printer (.pdf)

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Completed applications may be returned to the

City of Norton Administration Office
at the above address, ATTN: Ann

 

The City of Norton will usually review applications
for the following positions:


DISPATCHER (Part-Time / Non-Classified)

The City of Norton will review applications for part-time Dispatcher for the Police Department. Such applications may be kept on file for one year.

A part-time Dispatcher position is one where the individual will assist in the dispatching of Police and Fire/EMS personnel on a routine and emergency basis. An applicant must have good communication skills, be computer literate, able to perform multi-tasking duties and perform related work as required.

A part-time Dispatcher position is paid an hourly rate of $9.60 an hour while in training.  A part-time Dispatcher may be scheduled to work up to 32 hours per week, usually for the afternoon, overnight, and weekend shifts.

The part-time Dispatcher applicant must successfully complete and pass an intensive back-ground investigation, medical testing, and psychological testing. Such individual must reside in or near the City.

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240 FIRE FIGHTER / PARAMEDIC
(Part-Time / Non-Classified)

If you are a  qualified 240 Firefighter/ Paramedic, the City of Norton reviews applications for part-time 240 Firefighter/Paramedic for the Fire Department. Such applications may be kept on file for one year.

A part-time 240 EMT-P participates in all phases of emergency operations to include fire suppression, medical care and hazardous materials abatement; performs inspections, participates in and presents public education programs; participates in training activities, station and equipment maintenance and performs related work as required.

A part-time 240 EMT-P may be paid an hourly rate of $16.12 an hour, depending on certified training levels and service.  A part-time 240 EMT-P may be scheduled to work up to 32 hours per week.

The part-time 240 Fire Fighter/Paramedic applicant must successfully complete and pass an intensive background investigation, medical testing, physical agility testing, and psychological testing. The applicant must be between 18 and 55 years old.

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POLICE OFFICER  (Part-Time / Non-Classified)

AT THIS TIME THERE ARE NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE

The City of Norton will review applications for part-time Police Officer for the Police Department.  Such applications may be kept on file for one year.

A part-time Police Officer works under general supervision and performs sworn police duties in the prevention of crime and the enforcement of law and order. This includes police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, special assignments and other law enforcement activities and related work as required.

The part-time Police Officer position may pay a starting hourly rate of $15.00 an hour.  A part-time Police Officer may be scheduled to work up to 32 hours per week, usually for the afternoon, overnight, and weekend shifts.

The part-time Police Officer applicant must successfully complete and pass an intensive background investigation, medical testing, polygraph and psychological testing. The applicant must be over 21 years old, and have current Ohio police officer certification.

 

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