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Applications may be obtained in the Human Resources Department, City Services Bldg., 120 Main St. , 3rd floor, NLR, AR., 72114 and must be completed and returned by the closing date. Late applications will not be accepted.
Job-related test, interviews or other types of selection methods may be administered in order to determine whether an applicant possesses the required knowledge, skill and ability.
A thorough background check and other necessary screening will be made on all persons selected for hire.
After all other requirements have been satisfactorily met offers of hire are conditioned on satisfactory completion of a job-related physical exam, including a drug screen.
As An equal employment opportunity employer, the City of North Little Rock is seeking qualified black and female applicants.

The CITY OF NORTH LITTLE ROCK is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and, as such, does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, sex, age, religion, national origin or disability.

Job Line (501) 975-3724
Fire Department Recruiter (501)340-5377
Police Department Recruiter (501) 812-5106

Current Job Listings Summary




Semi-Skilled Laborer - Street Dept. - 14090

Application Deadline: 10/10/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $10.40- $13.15 Hr DOE

Hours: Full time

JOB OPEN UNTIL FILLED

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • Valid Class A CDL with no restrictions and a good driving record. * • Related Experience or Training. * NOTE: Qualified applicants who do not possess the required license may be hired conditioned on their obtaining the required license within 90 days of hire

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The incumbent assists on any one of the three crews (asphalt, masonry, or right of way crew) by performing a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Asphalt Crew: pothole patching truck; breaks up street or road for replacement or repair, using jackhammer and shovels; rakes asphalt during overlay operations and street/road repair. • Masonry Crew: measures for concrete boxes and reinforcing steel used in process; builds and sets wooden forms using wood, nails, and hammer; sets steel ring inside concrete for clean-out; patches concrete pipes; digs ditch for footing for boxes; assists with excavation, lays concrete blocks or bricks to build basins; assists in pouring concrete for catch basins, curbs, and sidewalks; assists in the finishing and “dressing” of basin and curb concrete work; removes basin and curb forms. • Right of Way Crew: operates spray truck to service ditches and roadside areas; supervises police crews picking up on right of way areas and cutting crews removing brush or trees on city property. • Other Tasks: reads daily work orders and writes daily activity reports; breaks up curbs, gutters, or sidewalks for replacement or repair, using jackhammer and concrete saw; picks up trash in the City right-of-ways; picks up brush in the City; paints guard rails. • Operating Equipment: operates a 2-way radio; drives tandem axle dump truck to daily job assignment; performs daily start-up maintenance on vehicles and equipment.

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Heavy Equipment Operator -Street Dept - 14091

Application Deadline: 10/10/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: Salary Range: $10.84/hr. - $13.70/hr. DOE

Hours: Full time

JOB OPEN UNTIL FILLED

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • Valid Class A CDL and a good driving record. • Two (2) years of directly related experience operating heavy equipment.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Serves on one of three crews and operates a variety of heavy equipment used in the installation, repair, and maintenance of City streets and other related City properties.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Operates equipment: operates a bulldozer to move materials such as gravel, rock, sand, etc. and to prepare road beds and shoulders for road construction, or excavation for road repairs, utility cuts and parking lots; operates a backhoe to move, load, or unload raw materials and to prepare road bed and shoulders for construction or excavation; operates a gradall to move, load or unload raw materials or prepare road beds and shoulders; operates asphalt paver and drag paver to spread hot asphalt on road bed; operates roller (steel wheel and rubber tire) to smooth and compact newly laid asphalt or rock base on road beds; operates grader to smooth road base or spread asphalt when making repairs to road beds; operates rubber tire or tracked front end loader to prepare road bed and shoulders for construction or excavation; operates forklift as necessary in the construction and repair of streets and roads; operates sand/salt spreader and snow plow for road clearing during icy winter weather; operates flush truck and vacall to clean and maintain City drainage systems; operate track hoe and dozer in cleaning drainage ditches around the city; operates tracked linkbelt excavator occasionally; operates a bush hog with tractor occasionally. • Drive various vehicles: drives ½ ton or Ύ ton pickup, 1 or 2 ton flat bed dump truck, 6 yd, 10 yd, or 14 yd tandem axle dump truck daily; drives a dump truck with tilt trailer daily and a tractor with dump trailer or lowboy trailer regularly to transport equipment; drives a tractor-trailer rig or tractor with a gooseneck trailer occasionally to transport heavy equipment; drives a boom truck or bucket truck occasionally. • Street Maintenance: uses hand tools or equipment in construction and repair of streets, roads and related properties; uses a shovel, pick, jackhammer, compactor, sledgehammer and street broom regularly; uses a chainsaw and asphalt rake occasionally; uses a limbsaw, weedeater, axe, lopping shears, pitchfork, rake, and Kaiserblade occasionally to remove foliage from right-of-ways and drainage courses.Load and unload equipment. • Loads and unloads equipment. • Equipment Maintenance: performs preventive maintenance; checks oil, water, hydraulic levels, tires and other functions daily. • Serves as Crewleader in the absence of the assigned Crewleader.

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Helper - Street Department - 14089

Application Deadline: 10/10/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: Salary Range $9.52 - $12.03/hr. D.O.E.

Hours: Full Time

JOB OPEN UNTIL FILLED

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY: • Valid class D driver’s license and a good driving record • Six months related work experience in outdoor manual labor • Satisfactory work history and background

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: Provide heavy manual labor assistance to Street Department crews engaged in the construction, repair, and maintenance of City streets and other City properties.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Uses jack hammer in the construction and repair of streets and other related properties • Uses pick and shovel to loosen and remove dirt from roadbeds and right-of-ways • Loads and unloads cement and masonry bags • Uses shovel and rake to load and unload various raw materials • Picks up and loads logs and other debris onto truck • Shovels hot asphalt from truck to, and on, newly poured streets and roads • Drives small trucks such as crew-cab pickup and one or two ton trucks to bring crewmembers and materials to job sites • Operates weed eaters, chainsaws, and riding mowers in maintenance of right-of ways and other City properties • Assists in storm basin cleaning and City drainage system maintenance • Moves office furniture, filing cabinets, and other City appliances as necessary • Cleans street department floors and offices as necessary • Provides other manual labor assistance as needed

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Light Equipment Operator - Street Dept. - 14040

Application Deadline: 10/11/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $10.41 Hr ($1804 Mo) - $13.15 Hr ($2280 Mo) DOE

Hours: Full time

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • Valid Class A CDL with no restrictions and a good driving record. * • One (1) year of directly related experience operating light equipment. * NOTE: Qualified applicants who do not possess the required license may be hired conditioned on their obtaining the required license within 90 days of hire.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Serves on any of three crews and operates a variety of light equipment used in the installation, repair, and maintenance of City streets and other related City properties.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Operates equipment on any one of three crews: Operates rubber tire front end loader, asphalt spreader, oil distributor, mower, bushhog with tractor, street sweeper, poison spray rig, boom truck, backhoe, flush truck, forklift, and vacall; rubber tire roller, bulldozer, track front end loader; salt/sand spreader and snow plow; a gradall excavator or motor grader; assists the Heavy Equipment Operator with the operation of the asphalt paver by working controls on the rear of the paver; • Drives various vehicles: a ½ ton or Ύ ton pickup, 1 ton flat bed dump truck, 6 yd, 10 yd, or 14 yd tandem axle dump truck; tractor with dump trailer or lowboy trailer, 2 ton flat bed dump truck, a tractor-trailer rig or tractor with a gooseneck trailer. • Loads and unloads equipment. • Uses hand tools or equipment: uses a shovel and compactor; chainsaw, jackhammer, sledgehammer, limbsaw, axe, pick, rake, and Kaiserblade; weedeater, lopping shears, pitchfork, and street broom.

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Computer Specialist - Police Department - 14088

Application Deadline: 10/13/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $14.94/hr ($2,590/mo) - $19.07/hr ($3,306/mo) DOQ

Hours: Full Time

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY: • BA/BS in a related computer field from an accredited college or university and one (1) year directly related experience OR AA/AS in computer science or technology and three (3) years directly related experience OR high School Diploma and five (5) years directly related experience OR any combination of the above which provides the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities. • A Class D driver’s license and a good driving record are required.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: Provide technical support to the police department computer system and coordinate management of the system

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Maintains NLR Police Department computer systems operation: Microsoft Windows Desktop, Imaging network, Mobil Data Computers (MDC), Microsoft Active Directory network, etc. This includes but is not limited to the following responsibilities: o Regular Maintenance: Maintains inventory of computer hardware; maintains backup files; purges old files; archives image files; maintains video files, maintains supplies needed to keep PCs operational. o Operational Maintenance: Installs new programs and/or upgrades outdated programs; configures users’ computers; installs and maintains PCs; performs other procedures required for efficient system operations of computer equipment at the main facility and at remote sites within the city. o Provide Technical Supports and Training: Troubleshoots and train users on various programs as necessary; assists Emergency Services, Police, Fire, and Courts users. After hours support may be required. o Monitoring Computer Resources: Keeps track of disk space, processor usage, paging files, etc. using performance tools and other system software; reports problems to the Manager of Information Services. • Maintains database and records: Maintain and develop databases for users using, Alpha5, MS Access and SQL; maintains video recording records and burn to disc when necessary; handles year-end processing for Police & Fire to ensure accurate report numbers; monitors console messages and reacts according to directions from systems software or application programs; keeps logs of trouble calls to hardware vendors and software suppliers; keeps record of problems reported by users; helps customize use of application for users’ needs. • Coordinates computer system management: Facilitates purchase of new systems; identifies needs, research current technology and assist in bidding process, install and train users; assists in gathering information for equipment grants; researches compatibility of software and hardware; prepares requisitions; maintains computer inventory; reviews maintenance invoices and resolves billing conflicts. • Prepares map info citywide maps: Works with AVL and GIS based systems to track, locate and identify various city resources.

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Concession Worker I - Parks & Recreation- Funland/ Concessions - 14095

Application Deadline: 10/9/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $7.25/hr.

Hours: Seasonal Part-Time Position

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: Operates Funland rides, concession and food preparation equipment, prepares and sells concession and food items and prepares rides.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • Must be 16 years of age or older. – Age verification upon hire. OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Ability to maintain personal cleanliness and hygiene. • Knowledge of health standard related to cleanliness of concession areas. • Ability to count money and make change.

• ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Under the direction of a Program Supervisor, Facility Leader, Concession Manager, or Concession Worker II, operates rides and equipment in a safe manner.

• Under the direction of a Program Supervisor, Facility Leader, or Concession Worker II, operates concession and food preparation equipment in a safe manner.

• Assists Concession Worker II with the preparation and sale of food and other concession items.

• Cleans rides and concession areas, buildings, and refills paper towel, toilet paper in the restrooms as directed on a daily basis.

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Concession Worker II -Parks & Recreation-Funland /Concessions- 14096

Application Deadline: 10/9/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $8.00/hr

Hours: Seasonal Part-Time Position

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: Oversees and operates carnival rides, concession and food preparation equipment, prepares and sells tickets, concession and food items and prepares rides.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY: • Must be 16 years of age or older – Age verification upon hire • Valid Arkansas Driver’s License • Preferred: Three months experience in working concessions.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Ability to effectively deal with the public. • Ability to count money, make change, and balance receipts. • Knowledge of health standards related to cleanliness of concession areas.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Coordinates the preparation, sale, and operation of assigned tickets, concession or food area, including the proper handling and balancing of cash receipts and program reports; delivers prepared food and concession items to other sites as necessary. • Operates rides, concession and food preparation equipment in a safe manner.

• Cleans rides, concession areas, concession buildings, and refills paper towel, toilet paper in the restrooms as directed on a daily basis; assists the Program Supervisor and Facility Leader. • Supervises Concession Workers I in sale and preparation of rides, concession and food items.

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Instructor (Educational Tutor) / Parks & Recreation Department - 14099

Application Deadline: 10/14/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $21.28/hr.

Hours: Part-Time

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY: • Experience in the skill area(s) in which instruction is to be given and experience in group leadership. Thorough knowledge of program practices and activities is required. Other combinations of education and experience which meet the minimum requirements may be substituted. • An Arkansas Teacher’s Certificate is required at time of hire. • Valid AR class D driver license and a good driving record.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: Participates in the coordination of programs and instructs community center members in various academic areas.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Professionally tutors students in academics. Plans, organizes, promotes, conducts and evaluates programs. Plans classes and secures materials and equipment used for them. Takes necessary precautions to ensure the safety of participants. Completes and maintains participation and attendance reports. • Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service. Helps recruit participants to obtain and maintain minimum established class size. • Writes accident and incident reports.

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Vehicle General Foreman - Fire Dept - 14098

Application Deadline: 10/14/2014 4:00 PM

Pay: $14.95/HR - $19.07/HR DOE

Hours: Full Time

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY: • Four to five years of experience as a mechanic, A. S. E. certification, and E.V.T. certification (or the ability to obtain EVT certification within 6 months of hire); or equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required skills, knowledge, and abilities. • A CDL Class B driver's license and good driving record are required and must be maintained throughout employment.

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES SUMMARY: The incumbent is responsible for the repair and maintenance of diesel fire trucks and other Fire Department apparatus.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: • Repairs and maintains vehicles in the Fire Department (including fire trucks and/or other vehicles): including computer controlled gasoline and diesel engines, heating and cooling systems, electrical systems (relay and multi-plex), power steering, brakes (air and hydraulic), clutches, automatic and manual transmissions, suspensions, warning lights and sirens, etc.; installs tire and chains as necessary; performs periodic maintenance such as servicing and maintenance. • Maintains work area and keeps records: keeps records of all maintenance and repair for vehicles and equipment; works on the vehicle committee writing specifications for new fire apparatus; maintains parts inventory; works with the Battalion Chief on scheduling repairs to fire apparatus; schedules warranty repairs to vehicles. • Repairs and maintains fire-fighting equipment: including fire pumps, valves, nozzles, ladders, brackets, rescue tools, etc.; performs fire apparatus service tests. • Repairs and maintains other equipment in the Fire Department: including lawnmowers, weed-eaters, chain saws, generators, positive pressure fans, and other small engines and equipment; welds or brazes as necessary; maintains machinery and/or equipment used in the repair of vehicles and equipment.

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