Town of Gray Employment Opportunities
All individuals applying for Town of Gray job opportunities are required to complete and submit a Town of Gray Employment Application (PDF).
Applications shall be made on forms provided by the Town. Such forms shall require information covering training, experience and other pertinent information. All applicants must sign their application forms. Any misrepresentations, falsifications or material omissions may result in an applicant’s exclusion, or, if the person has been hired, termination.
Preference may be given to qualified applicants who are residents of the Town.
The Town is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to complying fully with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Town complies with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Each new employee must complete Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9 and present documentation establishing identity and employment eligibility the original to be kept on file with the Finance Department.
The Town will check references and needed licensure of qualified job applicants.
An offer of employment is conditional on the following where applicable: a medical examination, a psychological evaluation, a criminal background check, a drug and alcohol test and a driving record. It is the practice of the Town of Gray to initiate at least a criminal background check for all prospective employees, as well as necessary independent contractors and volunteers to ensure the welfare and safety of the citizens in the Town of Gray.
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You may be surprised! Sure, working with kids is in itself rewarding, and spending the summer outdoors is enticing, but have you ever considered that working at a summer camp is actually good for your career? If you are a high school senior or college student considering a career in athletics, sports management, coaching, teaching, dance, theater, fine arts, child development, child psychology or management, summer camp provides practical, meaningful experience to build your resume.
Be prepared to have your heart stolen by a large group of smiling, sweaty, typically dirty and always exhausted campers! We guarantee it!
Compensation is based on education and experience.
Applications are being accepted until April 3, 2017 at 4:00 pm.