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Employment opportunity: Thornton Public Works maintenance worker


Ideal candidate will have a high school diploma or GED, and obtain a valid class B commercial driver’s license within 30 days of hire.  Excellent communication and customer service skills are required.  Successful candidate must have the ability to follow written and oral instructions and have the aptitude for learning the operation of tools and equipment used in Public Works maintenance projects.  This position operates snow removal equipment on Village streets, parking lots, and sidewalks…Read more here.

Interested candidates should submit application and resume to Russ Oberman Superintendent of Public Works, 115 E. Margaret St. Thornton, IL 60476, or via email at bcoberman@thornton60476.com by May 10, 2015 Applications can be found on Village website Thornton60476.com or picked up at Village Hall.

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