Yes, the employment history section of the application is required.
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A list of available positions can be found on the Employment Opportunities page of our City website.
Applications for open employment opportunities must be completed and submitted online.
Please remember all applications must be submitted by the deadline posted in the job announcement.
To ensure you will be considered for other positions, watch our Employment Opportunities site. You must submit a separate application for all positions you are interested in.
You can contact us via email at email@example.com or at 360-342-5009.
The City of Battle Ground only accepts applications for the posted positions on the job opportunities page.
There are computers with internet access available for the public to use at the various public libraries. Be prepared to sign up to use a computer and be aware there may be a time limit. Family and friends might also have Internet access available for you to use.
You will be asked to provide personal information such as name, address, phone number, etc. You will also be asked to provide information about your education, employment history, and references. An email address and/or phone number will also be required so we can reach you.
Yes, occasionally the City has a need to recruit for temporary employees. When this occurs, the City will post the temporary position on the Job Opportunities page.
No. When job opportunities are available, all applications must be completed and submitted online.
At Battle Ground City Hall, which is located at 109 SW 1st Street, Battle Ground, WA 98604. Human Resource offices are located on the second floor.
Civil Service applications are held on file for 1 year. All other applications are only considered during the recruitment period and position for which the application was submitted.
The City of Battle Ground offers benefit eligible employees the following benefits, including but not limited to: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability, employee assistance program and membership into the WA State Public Employees' Retirement Systems. We also offer paid leaves such as vacation, sick leave and holidays. In addition, we offer the following voluntary benefits: deferred compensation retirement programs, flexible spending account, dependent care account, and supplemental life insurance.