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Human Resources


Lakewood is an equal opportunity employer. If you are interested in applying for one of the current job openings below,  fill out an application online or download this pdf, fill it out and return it by email to hr@lakewoodoh.net  or mail it to Human Resources, City of Lakewood, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH, 44107.

The Office of Human Resources provides high quality professional services in the areas of human resources management, recruitment, labor relations, employee training and development, benefits administration, regulatory compliance, performance management, Workers Compensation risk management and licensure oversight and regulatory compliance. All efforts undertaken by the Office of Human Resources will ensure that employees and citizens are treated with respect and dignity.

Still have questions?  Email the HR department at hr@lakewoodoh.net or  call 216-529-6611.

Human Resources FAQs

Current Job Openings

  • Firefighter/Paramedic Exam Announcement+-

    Click here for the application packet.

    The City of Lakewood is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Firefighter/Paramedic. It is the applicant’s responsibility to promptly complete and return the application with all required attachments.  Only the first 150 complete, legible applications returned to the Civil Service Commission at Lakewood City Hall, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH, will be accepted.

    Applications will be accepted Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., from October 3, 2022, through Friday, October 28, 2022.  Applications WILL NOT be accepted Wednesday, October 12, 2022, through Friday, October 14, 2022.  The deadline for application submission is at or before 4:00 pm on October 28, 2022, or before 150 completed applications have been accepted, whichever is earlier.  A receipt will be issued for each submitted application and fee.

    A properly completed application must include:

    • a legible application with all attachments;
    • a nonrefundable $30 fee — money order or cashier’s check made out to the City of Lakewood – NO personal checks or cash will be accepted;
    • a copy of a current State of Ohio paramedic certificate or proof of current enrollment in Ohio paramedic classes from school;
    • proof of high school graduation or GED certificate;
    • proof of eligibility for additional credits; and
    • a copy of valid Ohio driver’s license (six or more violation points may be disqualifying).

    SALARY:  $57,182.36 plus benefits.

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicant must be a high school graduate or possess a GED and must have a current State of Ohio paramedic certificate OR be currently enrolled in an Ohio paramedic program and possess adequate physical ability to perform all duties and utilize all issued equipment under hazardous conditions.  To be eligible for appointment, an applicant must meet all of the above qualifications and have successfully completed the entire application process (written exam, polygraph, and background investigation).  As a condition of appointment, candidate must provide a current, valid certificate of physical agility from Cuyahoga Community College certifying that the candidate has passed the exam in 4 minutes and 30 seconds or less. Following a conditional offer of employment, applicants shall be required to successfully complete a comprehensive psychological and medical examination, including drug screen.

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:  At the time of appointment, applicants must be U.S. citizens who are a minimum of 21 years of age and possess a valid Ohio paramedic certificate and a valid Ohio driver’s license with a good driving record (six or more violation points may be cause for disqualification). No person shall be eligible for original appointment on or after their 41st birthday. Appointees to the position of Firefighter are also subject to all applicable provisions of law, the charter and ordinances of the City of Lakewood, and all departmental rules and regulations.

    EXAM INFORMATION:  Only those who have applied by the stated deadline and met the above qualifications will be admitted to the examination. Each applicant shall be assigned a computer-generated random number prior to the exam, which number shall be posted at the exam for review by applicants, to be used in the event that two or more applicants receive the same total score.

    WRITTEN EXAM:  The written exam will take place at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, at the Lakewood High School Cafeteria, 14100 Franklin Boulevard, Lakewood, Ohio. Enter the cafeteria via the east doors located on Franklin Boulevard.  Parking will be available in the parking lot located on the north side of Franklin Boulevard. Check-in will begin at 5:30 p.m.; a valid ID is required for entry.  There will be no review of exam papers. Minimum passing score to be placed on the eligible list is 70%. The Commission reserves the right to change the time, date, and location of the test.

    PHYSICAL ABILITY EXAM (AT APPLICANT’S EXPENSE): At the time of appointment, a valid physical agility certificate with a completion time of 4 minutes and 30 seconds or less must be on file with the City of Lakewood.  For more information or to register for testing, visit Cuyahoga Community College at https://www.tri-c.edu/workforce/public-safety/fire-ems-training/firefighter-physical-agility-testing/index.html.

    ADDITIONAL CREDITS:  For residency credit, applicants must file a completed “Release of Information from Municipal Income Tax Files” signed by the Municipal Tax Department. A DD214 must be filed for applicants to receive credit for active military service. If you are a current employee with the City of Lakewood, note dates of employment on your application and we will verify with Human Resources.  Proof of degree from nationally accredited college or university required to receive education credit.

    If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Patricia Donovan, City of Lakewood Civil Service Commission, at (216) 529‑6040.

    Click here for the application packet.

    THE CITY OF LAKEWOOD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

  • Public Works Director+-

    The City of Lakewood is seeking an experienced Director of Public Works (Salary Range: $80,000 – $145,000) who will lead the City’s long-term strategic public service efforts as well as engage and lead the experienced professionals of the Public Works Department. The individual will represent the City to citizens, outside agencies and partners. The Director is a member of the City’s Leadership Team, reporting directly to the Mayor and will perform work of difficulty directing the public works operations of the organization. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated leadership success in a comparable or larger complex organization, a deep understanding of public works challenges and opportunities, as well as long range planning for the city, is an experienced manager of municipal service departments on public projects and in providing public service.

    The Public Works Director plans, directs and supervises all operations of the Public Works Department, including the divisions of: Engineering; Fleet; Streets, Forestry, Signs and Signals; Wastewater Treatment; Parks & Facilities; Refuse; and Water, Sewer, and Metering. Plans and implements all major capital Improvements of the City.

    Responsible for interpreting and enforcing the provisions of applicable federal, state and local regulations, codes and ordinances. Coordinates efforts of Public Works Divisions, outside contractors and vendors to ensure high quality, efficient, in-budget delivery of services.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: (All responsibilities may not be performed by all incumbents.)

    Carries out supervisory/managerial responsibility in accordance with policies, procedures and applicable laws including: interviewing, hiring and training, planning, assigning and directing work; establishing deadlines; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; coordinating, developing and approving staff training; and addressing complaints and resolving problems.

    Plans, coordinates, assigns, and monitors performance and coaches, counsels, mentors, trains, and advises employees in department for the dual goals of meeting department goals and employee career development.

    Present and/or represent the department before City Council, hearings and other boards; speaking at public meetings and answering questions.

    Interacts with a variety of high level individuals, both internally, and within the community to provide information, disseminate departmental information and assist in resolving complex issues; speaks at public meetings/hearings.

    Represents the City on regional, state and federal agency projects; critiques project scope; attends project meetings. Reviews and approves purchase requests and contractor pay requests.

    Prepares the budget, including: preparing estimates/projections; monitoring budget by reviewing reports; approving and tracking expenditures; preparing recommendations and providing justification information; and reviewing purchase requisitions.

    Coordinates and secures grants, including: researching, writing and submitting grant applications; and preparing and making public presentations related to same.

    Serves as a liaison and/or member of various committees/teams and collaborates, persuades, presents reports to and negotiates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations.

    Directs capital project planning functions, including: preparing cost estimates; determining scope of work, resource allocation and scheduling; and coordinating planning functions, budget and legal authorities.

    Direct and advise programs related to engineering design, capital improvements, plan review.

    Oversee the preparation of engineering plans and specifications, bidding, competency of contractors and vendors, and the selection criteria for public contracts; oversees project management for the construction of infrastructure projects to ensure contractor compliance with the contract documents.

    Develops contract technical specifications and prepares bid requests; reviews proposals and selects consultants/contractors; provides oversight direction to contractors, including project management.

    May perform various engineering functions, including: providing engineering calculations, research, analysis and designs; developing engineering reports; reviewing all design work and making corrections. Provides field measurements and condition assessments for infrastructure and facilities. Assists in planning long-range goals, objectives, organizational structure, and overall direction for the department.

    Assists in planning and implementing short-term or annual goals, objectives, and strategies for the department, projects or programs to ensure efficient organization and completion of work.

    Ensures quality standards and compliance with regulations are maintained.

    Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications.

    Follows up on inquiries from various agencies, groups, media, etc., regarding department programs and services.

    Disseminates a variety of information and/or reports to various agencies, division, or departments via telephone, mail, or email.

    Must be available nights and weekends. Must attend City Council meetings and relevant Council Committee meetings.

    Performs other related duties as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

    Education and Experience:

    Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in a related field; and,

    Seven to ten (10) plus years of progressively responsible related experience.

    Licenses and Certifications:

    Valid Ohio Driver’s License with less than eight (8) points,

    Class A or B CDL preferred,

    Registered Professional Engineer and/or CPESC (Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control) preferred.

    Certified as an International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Arborist preferred,

    Tree Risk Assessment Qualified (TRAQ) preferred.

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

    Qualified, interested applicants should submit a current resume and letter of interest to the attention of Director of Human Resources, Claudia Dillinger at HR@lakewoodoh.net.

    The position is considered open until filled.

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Sewer Maintenance Crew+-

    City of Lakewood – Public Works
    WATER AND WASTEWATER COLLECTION
    Sewer Maintenance Crew

    The City of Lakewood is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Sewer Maintenance Crew in the Division of Water and Wastewater Collection. This is a full‐time, AFSCME Bargaining Unit position with an hourly rate of $26.48 ‐ $26.97. Normal working hours are 7:30AM – 4:00PM (M‐F)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    Qualified candidates must have the ability to lift up to fifty (50) lbs. frequently throughout the workday; must have the ability to work from ladders, and below ground in deep excavations and under frequent physical demands (i.e., digging, bending, reaching, climbing, squatting, standing, extensive use of hands, arms and fingers); must have the ability to work in extreme weather conditions and may be exposed to chemicals, dust, heat, gas, fumes and pungent odors; must have the ability to stand and walk for long periods of time on wet, slippery and debris covered surfaces; must possess above average mechanical ability and have the ability to operate various water and sewer cleaning equipment (i.e., snakes, rodders, jet flushers, etc.) and perform minor maintenance on that equipment; must have the ability to use and operate various safety equipment on the job (i.e., gas detectors, etc.); must have the ability to enter various manholes and sewers during the course of duties; must have the ability to work in close quarters; must have the ability to maintain records; must possess knowledge of underground sewer and water systems; must have the ability to communicate clearly over the telephone and radio. Position will work on all water and sewer assignments as necessary.

    Overtime work will be necessary as emergency situations occur.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Good work and attendance
    • Must possess high school diploma or GED
    • Must possess a valid Class B Ohio Commercial Driver’s License with less than eight (8) points at time of
    • Must possess a tanker endorsement within fifty (50) days of
    • May be required to participate in testing at the discretion of the
    • Must satisfactorily complete a physical background and police background investigation including drug
    • Must possess OR be able to obtain an EPA issued Class I Wastewater Collection System Operator’s License OR EPA issued Class I Water Distribution System Operator’s license within 36 months of appointment. An Operator in Training Certificate will be acceptable.

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

    This is a union position, and the employee may be required to work overtime pursuant to the provisions of Article 5 and Article 15 of the current negotiated agreement. Applicants may be reassigned as required.

    ONLY QUALIFIED interested applicants should submit a resume AND an application on‐line at www.lakewoodoh.gov or to the City of Lakewood, Office of Human Resources, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107.

    Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Entry Level Mechanic+-

    LAKEWOOD – PUBLIC WORKS FLEET
    ENTRY LEVEL MECHANIC

    The City of Lakewood is currently seeking two (2) Entry Level Mechanics in its Fleet Division. This is a full time AFSCME Bargaining Unit position with an hourly rate of $25.88 ‐ $26.26. Normal working hours are 6:30 A.M. ‐ 3:00 P.M. (M‐F); shift hours will vary by season and need per the negotiated contract.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
    Must have the ability to lift and/or pull 50 to 150 lbs. with or without mechanical or other assistance frequently throughout the work day; must have the ability to climb in and out of vehicles or equipment, and work from ladders and platforms; must be able to perform physical demands (i.e., bending, reaching, climbing, squatting, standing and extensive use of hands, arms, fingers, and legs); must be able to work in all weather conditions; must be able to work around chemicals, dust, heat, fumes and pungent odors, using prescribed safety equipment and procedures. Must have a mechanical aptitude and gain a working knowledge to perform all maintenance aspects of vehicles, equipment, machinery and specialty items of motor vehicle fleet to the Department’s established standards; must be able to properly evaluate damage and/or failures to determine necessary repair or replacement of parts on automotive, trucks and various equipment of all Departments of the City of Lakewood, including but not limited to salt trucks, dump trucks, plows, front‐end loaders, back‐hoes, sweepers, Vac‐All and refuse vehicles; must be able to use all other mechanical equipment; must possess a working knowledge of hydraulics and small engines, air brakes, pneumatics, 12‐volt and 24‐volt electrical systems for diesel and gas powered engines; must be able to read and understand electrical schematics and diagnostics trees; must be competent in the use of testing equipment, OTC diagnostics and software; must gain working knowledge of all automatic transmissions and repair of manual transmissions; must display expertise, capacity and extensive field experience to make repairs on all types of City vehicles and equipment on and off site; may be required to do repairs on the road; Must be able to order necessary parts and/or supplies to complete repairs; must have the aptitude to diagnose and correct problems; must gain preventative maintenance experience and ability to maintain a regular PM service maintenance for all equipment; must be able to work as a team employee among the work group; must have the ability to maintain records, open work orders and use lap top and desk station computers; Must be able to use software programs to perform diagnostics and repairs; must have the knowledge of safe work practice and gain the knowledge of best service repair practices in Fleet industry; must be able to prioritize and complete vehicle repairs in a controlled cost environment and work within established standards; must be able to follow repairs from any working shift or mechanic when needed; must have the ability to communicate clearly via telephone, radio and email.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Able to work independently.
    • High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
    • A valid Ohio Driver’s License with less than eight (8) points.
    • Class A Commercial Driver License preferred or must be able to obtain at the next CDL training offered
      by the City.
    • Must possess tanker and passenger endorsements or must be able to obtain at the next CDL training
      offered by the City.
    • Must obtain a certification for Heating and Air Conditioning recirculation, recycling and recovery as required by Section 609 of the amended Clean Air Act and filed with the EPA within two (2) years.
    • Must obtain a minimum of four (4) ASE certifications within two (2) years of hire* (Master level preferred) and maintain same throughout employment.
    • Diesel experience preferred.
    • Must have mechanic aptitude and previous experience maintaining and repairing motor vehicles and equipment.
    • Must be able to problem solve and proficient in computer use.
    • Must satisfactorily complete a physical examination, drug screen and police background investigation.
    • Will be able to successfully interview for the position, which may include technical and/or hands on demonstration questions.

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

    Employee may be required to work overtime pursuant to the provisions of Article 5 and Article 15 of the current negotiated agreement. Applicants may be reassigned as required. Overtime call‐ins for breakdowns or road service may be assigned to another mechanic when needed. This will be evaluated on a case‐by‐case basis.

    ONLY QUALIFIED interested applicants should submit a resume AND an application either on‐line (available at https://www.lakewoodoh.gov/) or to the City of Lakewood, Office of Human Resources, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107.
    Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Security Guard+-

    Security Guard
    Part-Time Position
    Pay Rate: $17.30/ hour

    Works under the supervision of the Department of Parks and Public Properties. Hours: 20 – 30 hours per week, including evenings and weekends

    • Notify police in case of serious violations of parks rules or laws that may require police authority or emergency medical attention
    • Watch for activity of unruly park patrons, disperse unruly groups
    • Report damages to property and equipment
    • Be familiar with park rule and ordinances
    • Report maintenance problems
    • Remedy minor problems in the park
    • Maintain contact with both Police and Parks Department
    • Communicates with Board of Recreation staff in the parks
    • Must have the ability to effectively deal with the public
    • Must be able to assess critical situations and work alone
    • Must have good oral and written communication skills
    • Be visible to the public
    • May be assigned to other city locations

    Additional hours may be available throughout the year working at the Woman’s Club Pavilion at Lakewood Park and/or City Hall.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Must be a high school graduate or possess a GED. Must possess a valid Ohio Driver’s License with less than eight (8) points. Must successfully pass drug screening and background check.

    How to Apply:

    Qualified candidates may apply on-line at www.lakewoodoh.gov. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • PRN Bus Driver (Part-Time)+-

    CITY OF LAKEWOOD JOB OPENING
    Human Services Department – Division of Aging
    BUS DRIVER

    PRN (8-10 HRS./WK, AS NEEDED

    $16.27/PER HOUR

    The City of Lakewood is currently accepting applications for a PRN Bus Driver to assist in transportation needs for the City of Lakewood Office on Aging. This position will drive City vehicles and transport clients in a safe and responsible manner.  

    MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

    • High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
    • MUST be at least 21 years of age.
    • A valid CDL Class C with Passenger endorsement and less than 8 points is required.
    • May be required to participate in testing at the discretion of the City.
    • Must satisfactorily complete a police background investigation with fingerprinting and drug screening

    GENERAL INFORMATION:

    This position requires flexibility of scheduling from 8-10 hours per week, as needed, (unless covering vacation) between 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. M-F; may occasionally include some evenings.

    Interested applicants should apply online at www.lakewoodoh.gov/human-resources/ or download and complete a job application and either email to hr@lakewoodoh.net or mail to the City of Lakewood, Office of Human Resources, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107.

    Applications will be accepted until position is filled. 

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Fleet Mechanic+-

    FULL TIME JOB POSTING
    CITY OF LAKEWOOD – PUBLIC WORKS DIVISION OF FLEET
    FLEET MECHANIC

    The City of Lakewood is currently seeking two (2) full-time Mechanics in its Fleet Division. This is a full time AFSCME Bargaining Unit position with an hourly rate of $28.52. Normal working hours are 6:30am – 3:00pm; shift hours will vary by season and need per the negotiated contract.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

    Must have the ability to lift and/or pull 50 to 150 lbs. with or without mechanical or other assistance frequently throughout the work day; must have the ability to climb in and out of vehicles or equipment, and work from ladders and platforms; must be able to perform physical demands (i.e., bending, reaching, climbing, squatting, standing and extensive use of hands, arms, fingers, and legs); must be able to work in all weather conditions; must be able to work around chemicals, dust, heat, fumes and pungent odors, using prescribed safety equipment and procedures.  Must be knowledgeable and able to perform all maintenance aspects of vehicles, equipment, machinery and specialty items of motor vehicle fleet to the Department’s established standards; must be able to evaluate damage to determine necessary repair or replacement of parts on automotive, trucks and various equipment of all Departments of the City of Lakewood, including but not limited to salt trucks, dump trucks, plows, front-end loaders, back-hoes, sweepers, Vac-All and refuse vehicles; must be able to use all other mechanical equipment; must possess an advanced working knowledge of hydraulics and small engines, air brakes, pneumatics, 12-volt and 24-volt electrical systems for diesel and gas powered engines; must be able to read and understand electrical schematics and diagnostics trees; must be talented in the use of testing equipment, OTC diagnostics and software; must having working knowledge of all automatic transmissions and repair of manual transmissions; must have expertise, capacity and extensive field experience to make repairs on all types of City vehicles and equipment; must have the aptitude to diagnose and correct problems; must have preventative maintenance experience and ability to maintain a regular PM service maintenance for all equipment; must be able to work as a team employee among the work group; must have the ability to maintain records, open work orders and use lap top and desk station computers; Must be able to use software programs to perform diagnostics and repairs; must have the knowledge of safe work practice and best service repair practices in Fleet industry; must be able to prioritize and complete vehicle repairs in a controlled cost environment and work within established standards; must be able to follow repairs from any working shift or mechanic;  must have the ability to communicate clearly over the telephone and radio. 

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Full-time employee.
    • Minimum of five (5) years documented field experience in equipment maintenance as a Mechanic, preferably in a Fleet Department or successful completion of Mechanic training from an accredited technical institute /college.
    • High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
    • Must possess a valid Ohio Class A Commercial Driver License with less than eight (8) points.
    • Must possess tanker and passenger endorsements within 50 days of appointment.
    • Must possess certification for Heating and Air Conditioning recirculation, recycling and recovery as required by Section 609 of the amended Clean Air Act and filed with the EPA.
    • Must obtain a minimum of four (4) ASE certifications within three (3) years of hire* (Master level preferred) and maintain same throughout employment.
    • Will be able to successfully interview for the position, which includes correctly answering at least 21 of 30 technical and/or hands on demonstration questions. (20 technical questions and 10 hands-on demonstrations.)
    • Must satisfactorily complete a physical examination, drug screen and police background investigation.

     * If an employee hired under this posting fails to maintain or obtain the required 4 ASE certification minimums after 3 years of hire they may bid on and transfer into another vacant posted position following the contract language for promotions and job changes or the employee may be terminated.  Each situation will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

     GENERAL INFORMATION:

    Employee may be required to work overtime pursuant to the provisions of Article 5 and Article 15 of the current negotiated agreement.  Applicants may be reassigned as required.

    Interviews will be conducted at a future date TBD.

    ONLY QUALIFIED interested applicants should submit a resume AND an application either online by clicking here  or to the City of Lakewood, Office of Human Resources, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107.

    Position will remain posted until filled. 

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Lateral Entry Level Police Officer+-

    The City of Lakewood is accepting applications for an entry level Police Officer position. This appointment is being made through a lateral entry process open to candidates who are currently Police Officers or who have been employed as Police Officers in the State of Ohio within the past year.

    Qualified candidates must provide proof of current or past appointment through a competitive Civil Service examination process.

    To apply, candidates must:

      • Complete an application for employment,
      • Show proof of High School Diploma or GED,
      • Have a valid Ohio Driver’s license with a good driving record (six or more violation points may be disqualifying),
      • Provide proof of OPOTC Certification

    To be considered, applicants must:

      • Have current or previous peace officer employment as a result of a civil service examination process,
      • Have no more than a one year break in service from previous employment as a peace officer,
      • Possess adequate physical ability to perform all duties and utilize all issued equipment,
      • Be United States Citizens or must have legally declared their intention of becoming a United States Citizen,
      • Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age at time of appointment, and
      • Have the requisite health and requisite mental and physical fitness, ability, and capacity necessary to perform all the established and anticipated tasks and duties.
        • Extensive medical and mental testing including drug testing, as well as an extensive Police background check with polygraph will be conducted.  Candidates must also complete a physical agility examination to be conducted at the Cuyahoga Community College Police Academy or similar examination site after a conditional offer is extended.

    Starting salary: $63,769.73 – $73,834.96, based on prior experience, plus benefits, including:

    • Competitive health insurance plan
    • 120 annual holiday hours that be used as time off or pay in addition to vacation
    • Annual $1,900 firearms proficiency/body worn camera bonus
    • Annual $1,000 uniform allowance

    Qualified candidates must apply on-line at the City of Lakewood website by clicking here or applications may be printed and submitted via e-mail to:

    HR@lakewoodoh.net

    Or via USPS mail to:
    City of Lakewood
    Department of Human Resources
    12650 Detroit Avenue
    Lakewood, OH 44107
    Attn: Police

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • School Crossing Guard+-

    The City of Lakewood is seeking applicants for the part-time (approximately 2 hours per day) position of School Crossing Guard. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and be able to satisfactorily complete a physical examination, including drug screening, and police background check. Salary $16.27 per hour.

    Interested applicants should apply online by clicking here or download and complete a job application and either email to hr@lakewoodoh.net or mail to the City of Lakewood, Office of Human Resources, 12650 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, OH 44107.

    The City of Lakewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • No Surprise Act Information+-

    https://www.medmutual.com/For-Employers/Employer-Resources/No-Surprises-Act-Legislation.aspx

     This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.