City Administration

 

2018 City Resident Guide​​

2018 City Resident Guide (Espanol)​ 


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 

For more information on positions available please contact Melissa Quinones, Director of Administration at 717-639-2800, Ext. 303 or at mquinones@lebanonpa.org.  Please complete a City of Lebanon Employment Application and email to mquinones@lebanonpa.org or mail to City of Lebanon, 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA  17042.  Applications can also be pick up at 735 Cumberland Street, Lebanon, PA in the Department of Administration, 2nd Floor.  EOE

Employment Application.pdfEmployment Application.pdf 


SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS (part-time):

Part-time Crossing Guard Positions available. Safely cross school students on their way to and from school in the City of Lebanon. $15.44/hour.   To apply please complete a City of Lebanon Employment Application

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (full-time):

This is a highly responsible administrative assistant position. This employee is expected to perform highly responsible and confidential tasks assigned by the Chief of Police or his/her designee. This employee must make a variety of decisions requiring knowledge of municipal and departmental organization, rules, regulations and procedures and maintains important, complex and confidential records and composes letters and reports. This employee must have knowledge of and ability to assist the Chief of Police in budget preparation and maintenance of budgetary records. Performs as Secretary to the Civil Service Commission for both Police and Fire.  Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 

RECYCLING/REFUSE COORDINATOR (part-time):
This position will have primary responsibility for coordinating the recycling efforts of the City of Lebanon and for providing public education regarding recycling activities. The position is also responsible for grants applications and disbursements and statistical reporting. This is a part-time position Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

VOLUNTEER FIRE CHIEF:

The Volunteer Fire Chief serves as the Officer In Charge (OIC) at fire calls and fire-related incidents in the absence of or direction by the Fire Chief. Responsible for overseeing hazardous materials responses to the operations level in the absence of the Fire Chief. The work involves responsibility for the prevention and protection of life and property from fires through the direction of all fire-fighting forces and activities. The position makes administrative and operational decisions pertaining to fire fighting and fire prevention standards. The Volunteer Fire Chief is directly responsible to the Fire Chief and Deputy Fire Chief.

Experience:

  • Working knowledge of modern firefighting, fire prevention and rescue methods. 5 years (Preferred)
Education:
  • PA State Fire Academy Firefighter II Certification or a related field, supplemented by considerable administrative experience or equivalent on-the-job experience. (Required)
Residency:
  • Residency must be within a reasonable distance of the City limits, as approved by the Mayor and Fire Chief.


ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE/PAYROLL PROCESSOR (full-time):

Accounts Receivable/Payroll position is responsible for ensuring accurate and timely receipt of accounts receivable. Enters daily cash receipts and prepares daily balancing report for deposit. Enters monthly invoices and tracks payment history of customers. Monitors accounts receivable subsidiary ledger and reconciles it to the general ledgers.  This position also processes payroll biweekly and all related federal, state, local payroll tax reports as well as other mandatory and voluntary deductions.  Processing all quarterly and yearly payroll reports. Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR:
This employee performs highly responsible work directing all municipal public works activities.  This employee is responsible for the supervision, operation and maintenance of a wide variety of municipal public works activities.  Responsibilities include overseeing contracted engineering services and providing assistance and services to other departments in connection with the planning and execution of public works improvements. This employee directs the City’s maintenance and repair of public works, ensuring the prompt, accurate and logical execution of the priority tasks of the various departments of the City. 

This employee supervises technical, skilled and unskilled employees engaged in maintenance, operation and repair of public works facilities.  This employee’s work is performed under the direction of the Mayor. For more detailed information on this position, please contact Melissa Quinones, Director of Administration at 717-639-2800, Ext. 303 or mquinones@lebanonpa.org.