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Below are current job openings with the City of Moorhead. Select the job title to see more information on the position and to access the online application form. Seasonal job opportunities are listed on the Fall/Winter Seasonal Positions page.

Park Technician

  • Full Time
  • $38,348 to $54,783
  • 12/06/2017 1:30 pm
  • 12/20/2017 4:00 pm

Anticipated Hire Date:  January 2018

Position Summary: The City of Moorhead is accepting applications for a Park Technician in the Parks and Forestry Department. This position will inspect, repair, replace, maintain and operate park equipment and facilities, prepare, install and maintain park grounds and structures, and related work as required. See full job description for a list of all job duties.

Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • One year experience in construction and maintenance, or related field

Special Requirements:

  • Minnesota Pool Operator and/or Playground Inspector Certificate
  • Minnesota Certified Pesticide Applicator License
  • Valid commercial driver's license with Class B air brake endorsement

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The City of Moorhead is an equal opportunity employer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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    Full-time employees receive a number of benefits. The City of Moorhead provides employer-paid contributions toward health insurance, basic life insurance, and public retirement program. Additional elective benefits are also available to employees. Visit Employee Benefits for further details.

  • How do I claim Veterans’ Preference for employment?

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  • What is the City of Moorhead compensation plan?

    In order to maintain pay equity compliance, as required by the State of Minnesota Local Government Pay Equity Act, municipalities are required to establish a job evaluation system to determine the comparable work value of each employee class. The City of Moorhead has established a job classification system and compensation plan for all employee job classes. This classification and compensation plan assigns a salary range for each job classification. These salary ranges are compared to actual wage rates in the market (competing employers/government entities) every few years. Employees are hired onto the wage schedule at a specific step and, assuming a favorable review, will advance to the next step on the wage schedule on an annual basis. Please view Labor Union Contacts for wage detail on specific union positions.

  • What data about applicants for employment are public?

    According to state law, applicant data is private except when the applicant is certified as eligible for appointment to a vacancy or when applicants are finalists for a position in public employment. The following data on applicants is public: veteran status, job history, education and training, relevant test scores, rank on eligible list, and work availability.

  • Can two or more relatives work for the City of Moorhead at the same time?

    The City of Moorhead restricts employment of more than one member of a family or persons related by blood or marriage if it creates a supervisory relationship. Employment of a family member refers to spouse, parent (including in-law), grandparents, aunts and uncles, children, sibling (including step and in-law), nieces and nephews, and significant others. There may be other sensitive positions or situations where placement of an employee’s family member is inappropriate and will not be allowed.