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For current job openings, visit the Cleveland Heights Employment Opportunities page. Employment opportunities are advertised in newspapers, on various websites, including this one, and are posted in the:
City Hall Atrium40 Severance CircleCleveland Heights, OH 44118
The City of Cleveland Heights is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Cleveland Heights City Council consists of seven elected at-large members, who choose from among themselves the mayor, who also serves as president of council. The City of Cleveland Heights has a Council-Manager form of government, which combines representative leadership through elected council members with the managerial experience of the city manager. Council hires the city manager, approves the budget, sets the tax rate, and decides all policies result.
Applications are available at the information desk in the:
City Hall AtriumCity Hall40 Severance CircleCleveland Heights, OH 44118
In response to a job opening, you may submit your resume to:
Human Resources OfficeCleveland Heights City Hall40 Severance CircleCleveland Heights, OH 44118
You may submit your resume in person, by mail, by fax at 216-291-5803, or Email the City Manager's Office.
Every two years, the Civil Service Commission tests for entry-level firefighters and classified police officers. The Sunday Classified section of the Cleveland Plain Dealer will announce times of applications.
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and produce official proof of a four-year bachelor's degree. For admission to the examination for a position in the classified service, the applicant must be a bona fide resident of Cuyahoga County, except that said person may reside outside the county if his/her residence is located in those parts of Lake, Geauga, Portage or Summit Counties bounded by Cuyahoga, westerly side of Ohio State Highway Number 44 and the northerly side of the Ohio turnpike, at the date of examination.
Applicants must be no less than 21 years of age nor have attained the 32nd birthday at the date of appointment and must be a citizen of the United States. Applicants must have official proof of a college transcript of at least 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours, where a grade of 'C' or better has been attained; or documented evidence of current State of Ohio Paramedic Certification or National Paramedic Certification. In addition, the applicant must show evidence of EMT-Basic Certification. Within six months from the date of appointment, the applicant must be a bona fide resident of Cuyahoga County, except that said person may reside outside the county if his/her residence is located in those parts of Lake, Geauga, Portage or Summit Counties bounded by Cuyahoga, the westerly side of Ohio State Highway Number 44 and the northerly side of the Ohio Turnpike.
The eligibility list for police officers and firefighters is renewed every six months up to and not to exceed two years.