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Employment Opportunities

If there are any questions please contact
Human Resource Coordinator:
Kelly Holthaus
Phone: 937 498-8192
Email: kholthaus@sidneyoh.com

Send resume or application to:

Lynn Shuster
City Receptionist
Fax 937 498-8160
Email: lshuster@sidneyoh.com



The City of Sidney is now accepting candidates for the position of a Sidney Police Officer.  The Sidney Police Department is authorized 38 sworn officers, 11 dispatchers and 3 support staff members.    The Sidney Police department handles approximately 30,000 calls for service a year.  The Sidney Police Department is a full service department with a wide variety of opportunities for officers to advance.  The Sidney Police Department is located in a new building and the officers are provided with state of the art equipment and training.
Minimum Qualifications of interested candidates:
All new candidates must be between the ages of 21 and 35
Have a High School Diploma or GED Equivalent
A valid Driver’s License                                                                          
Successfully pass all sections the National Testing examination
Successfully pass a physical fitness examination
Successfully pass a background (including polygraph), medical and psychological examination
Be a US Citizen or authorization to work in the United States.
Meet all Civil Service Requirements

Civil Service Packet
Benefit Summary



Part Time Transit Driver

This position is responsible for the safe and efficient transport of passengers, and includes the safe operation of the assigned vehicle at all times. Drivers are required to assist elderly or disabled passengers as needed. Drivers are part-time employees and report directly to the Transit Manager.



Planning Intern

Under general supervision, performs planning, zoning, code enforcement and administrative-related work as required.  Investigates complaints regarding Zoning Code infractions and confers with Community Services Director regarding appropriate action

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Part- Time Public Safety Telecommunicator

Under general supervision, the part time Public Safety Telecommunicator is responsible for receiving and dispatching incoming calls or in-person requests for police, fire and rescue services.  The Communications Center is a 24-hour, seven (7) day a week, public safety communications facility staffed by regular full time and part time Telecommunicator. 

Major responsibilities include:  receive telephone calls and transmit information by radio or telephone and take incoming messages, enter data in the CAD System and NCIC/LEADS System and maintain communications with all field public safety units, monitor alarm board status, receive court bonds, account for monies collected, quickly and effectively communicate information to emergency personnel at the scene of an incident. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

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Position Description


Seasonal Positions

Lifeguards, Pool Cashier, Pool Manager, Concession Manager, Laborer I, Laborer II, Maintenance Worker




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