Employment Opportunity

Wyoming Water Meter Reader
The Wyoming Water Works Department is seeking applicants for part-time water meter readers. Position pays $0.75 per water meter. Meter readings take place on a monthly basis. As approved, meter readers set their own schedules so that meter readings are completed by the 10th of each month. Must be able to walk steadily for sustained periods, lift 25 pounds, and have the ability to work under adverse weather conditions. Must be able to read and to write legibly and have a valid driver’s license. Questions can be directed to Mike Lippert at 513-821-0037. Click here for an application.

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

Volunteer Opportunities
The City is accepting applications from residents interested in serving on the Promote Wyoming Commission (PWC), the Urban Forestry & Beautification Commission (UFBC), and the Recreation Commission (RC).

The PWC is an action oriented body whose main purpose is to promote the City of Wyoming to potential residents and business patrons and act to promote and assist with community events. The Commission also assists with community branding, volunteer recruitment, public communication and marketing efforts, new resident reception, promotional projects, and other similar efforts and activities. The PWC generally meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the City Building.

The Urban Forestry and Beautification Commission 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 of Wyoming. 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 UFBC meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the City Building.

The Recreation Commission is an advisory board to City Council regarding the recreational needs of the City. Recreation Commission meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.,

Residents interested in applying should complete the Volunteer Application Form and return it to the City Manager by email or drop off your completed form to the City Building at 800 Oak Avenue.