Employment Opportunity

Part-Time Event Coordinator
The City of Wyoming is seeking a part-time Events Coordinator. The City of Wyoming hosts a variety of private, special, and community events at the Wyoming Civic Center, Recreation Center, Family Aquatic Center, and various parks and fields.

This position will perform tasks such as corresponding with customers, showing facilities, managing and executing rental contracts, booking event spaces, working with vendors, attending special events, planning/creating special events, and other related tasks. The successful candidate shall exhibit exemplary customer service skills, communicate effectively with others, maintain good public relations, have the ability to work independently, as well as having the ability to multi-task while working on a variety events. The successful candidate must be able to work evening hours and weekends as required depending on scheduled events. The successful candidate is required to pass a drug screen and background investigation.

Minimum Qualifications:  Minimum of 2 years of related experience and/or training in event planning and management, facility management, or closely related field or a bachelor’s degree in recreation, hospitality, event administration or similar discipline. Pay based on experience.

Employment applications are available by clicking here. Completed applications can be mailed or returned in person to the Wyoming Recreation Center, 9940 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45215. Position is open until filled. The City of Wyoming is an equal opportunity employer.

Alternate School Crossing Guards
The Wyoming Police Department is seeking applicants interested in serving as an alternate school crossing guard for 30 minutes the morning and 30 minutes in the afternoon. Position pays $20 per day. If interested, contact Chief Herzog at 513-821-0141 or by email.

Volunteer Opportunities

Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission
The City is accepting application from interested residents to fill an unexpired term on the Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission (UFBC).

The UFBC serves in an advisory capacity to Council regarding the enhancement of public properties and rights of way and other enhancements, beautification efforts, and revitalization efforts within the City. It establishes programs, approves regulations, plans, and promotes forestry and advises Council on Urban Forestry issues. The Board also acquires and administers green areas within the City. The Commission sponsors initiatives through the City that promote trees and educates residents about the importance of a healthy urban forest. The Commission meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Conference Room at the City Building.

Interested residents should complete an application and either email it to the City Manager or drop it off to the City Building at 800 Oak Avenue.

Economic Development Commission
The City is accepting applications from interested residents to fill an unexpired term on the Economic Development Commission (EDC).

The Economic Development Commission works with City Council, developers, residents, and the business community with a focus on improving the economic climate of the City. The Economic Development Commission consists of seven citizens, and representatives from the Planning Commission and City Council. They meet on the first Tuesday of every other month at 7:30 a.m. in the Conference Room of the City Building.

Interested residents should complete an application and either email it to the City Manager or drop it off to the City Building at 800 Oak Avenue.