JOB OPENINGS IN SUGAR CREEK


From time to time, Sugar Creek will be looking for employees from a wide range of backgrounds.

CLICK HERE FOR THE CITY OF SUGAR CREEK EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION


CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

CITY ADMINISTRATOR
The City of Sugar Creek, MO is accepting applications for the position of City Administrator. 
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration, or related field.  A Master’s Degree is preferred.  A minimum of four year’s work experience in municipal government or related field is preferred.

The City Administrator is appointed by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and directs the daily operations of the city government. Administrative activities include budgeting, strategic planning, community development, supervising the City’s department heads, (Police, Fire, Parks and Rec, Public Works, General Administration, and Building Department), oversees various boards and committees, and acts as a liaison with local, state, and federal officials and business executives. The City Administrator shall possess strong leadership qualities and a proven background.

A City of Sugar Creek Employment Application is required
and can be found here: CITY OF SUGAR CREEK EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

Job Function: Manages and directs the daily operations of the city government.

Salary: $75,000 - $80,000
Position Type: Full Time Exempt Employee
Population: 3,271
Location: 103 S. Sterling, Sugar Creek MO 64054
Form of Government: Mayor-Council

Please submit application and resume to Human Resources at
Sugar Creek City Hall, 103 S. Sterling, Sugar Creek, MO 64054.
Accepting applications until February 10, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.
The City of Sugar Creek is an EOE.


FULL TIME 9-1-1 DISPATCHER/COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN
The Sugar Creek Police Department is currently accepting applications for a dispatcher position.  

DEFINITION: To provide emergency communication services; to gather, receive, record and disseminate information from officers and the public to appropriate parties and agencies; and to perform a variety of technical dispatching tasks in support of the communications program on a 24/7 basis.

POSITION SUMMARY: Operates and coordinates combined radio communications for police and fire services. Dispatches Police and Fire personnel to emergency and non-emergency calls. Duties include operation of 9-1-1, computer-aided dispatch, NCIC/MULES/REJIS systems, emergency preparedness weather warning sirens, TDD-TTY (hearing impaired phone), multi-line telephone system, multi-frequency radio system. Maintains all procedures manuals, directories and maps and performs related duties. Must be able to multi-task and react to high stress situations. In addition to contact with the Police Department and Fire Department, this position requires interaction with Codes, other City departments, and Ambulance Personnel, as well as citizens and visitors needing services.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent and be at least 18 years of age. Must have a successful completion of background check, pass a written examination, able to type 35+ wpm. The final part of the selection process includes an oral board (interview) and drug screening. Required Licenses: REJIS Certification, MULES Certification, and NIMS training must be obtained within six months of hire.
Starting Annual Salary: $37,139 ($17.85 hourly) with paid overtime.    

Applicants must have the ability to use good judgement and decision-making skills, to think quickly, to follow instructions, to work under stressful situations, to establish priorities, and to pass on information as needed.

Extra duties include: Warrant/vehicle/missing person/article entry, validation of records, cancellation of records, report logging, prisoner bond forms, crime reporting, completion of Exparte/Order of Protection records, confirmations, ordinance violation complaints, intake/outtake log, animal control complaints, miscellaneous filing, keeping scheduling logs accurate and up-to-date, approving miscellaneous permits, monitoring surveillance cameras, and report dissemination.

A City of Sugar Creek employment application is required
and can be found here: CITY OF SUGAR CREEK EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

Please submit application and resume to
Sugar Creek Police Department: 1001 Heroes Way, Sugar Creek, MO 64054
or City of Sugar Creek Human Resources: Sugar Creek City Hall, 103 S. Sterling, Sugar Creek, MO 64054.
Accepting applications until position is filled.
The City of Sugar Creek is an EOE.

POLICE OFFICER 
POLICE OFFICER – CURRENT CLASS A POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER OR POLICE CADET (SPONSORED)

APPLICATIONS AND EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ADDENDUM IS REQUIRED.
Class specifications are intended to present a description list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties within the job.
DEFINITION To perform a variety of duties in the enforcement of laws, the protection of persons and property, and the prevention of crimes; to control traffic flow and enforce State and local traffic regulations; to perform specialized police investigative work involving the detection, investigation and prosecution of criminal offenders; and to perform a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of the Police Department.
A City of Sugar Creek employment application is required
and can be found here: CITY OF SUGAR CREEK EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

Please submit application and resume to
Sugar Creek Police Department: 1001 Heroes Way, Sugar Creek, MO 64054
or City of Sugar Creek Human Resources: Sugar Creek City Hall, 103 S. Sterling, Sugar Creek, MO 64054.
Accepting applications until position is filled.
The City of Sugar Creek is an EOE.