The City of Cleveland is hiring! Each week, we will bring you a list of jobs we are hiring for right now. Whether in information technology, civil services or other areas, we are looking for qualified candidates interested in serving the City of Cleveland.
Many positions have been added thanks to Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s enhanced budget resulting from the passage of Issue 32.
Here are some positions and civil service exams open now:
- Registered Animal Health Technician – (Animal Control)
- Director Pretrial Services – (Municipal Court)
- Medical Unit Manager – (Public Safety)
- Engineering and Construction Inspector – (Capital Projects)
- Recreation Management Intern – Unpaid – (Recreation)
You can find all of our job listings at governmentjobs.com/careers/Cleveland.
More local job postings are posted on the Ohio Means Jobs website.
For questions regarding a position, please contact Human Resources via email (HR@city.cleveland.oh.us) or phone (216-664-2493). For questions regarding an examination, please contact Civil Service via email (CS@city.cleveland.oh.us) or phone (216-664-2467). You can call during business hours, Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Follow our job postings on Facebook and Twitter by searching for the #CLEcityjobs hashtag.
The City of Cleveland encourages everyone to come downtown for the Cleveland Indians home opener against the Kansas City Royals on Friday, April 6. While traveling here, the City of Cleveland also wants residents to enjoy everything else the city has to offer in dining and entertainment but plan accordingly. Residents should expect heavy traffic, increase in pedestrians, and more visitors.
To help visitors enjoy their time, the City encourages travelers to use public transportation and carpooling to ease traffic congestion and recommends motorists allow extra travel time during the downtown commute.
Parking restrictions will be in effect on Friday, April 6 from noon – midnight. Those parked illegally will be towed:
- East 4th Street from Prospect Avenue to Huron Road, both sides
- West Huron Road from Ontario Street to West Superior Avenue
- East 9th Street from Carnegie Avenue to Superior Avenue, both sides
- Prospect Avenue from East 14th Street to Ontario Street, both sides
- Huron Road between Ontario Street and Prospect Avenue, both sides
- Carnegie Avenue from East 14th Street to East 9th Street, both sides
- The Warehouse District Parking Ban will be in effect from 8 p.m. – 4 a.m.
The City of Cleveland Traffic Bureau will have traffic controllers in place at key intersections to help improve traffic flow. The City of Cleveland encourages everyone to leave valuable items at home or secured in the trunk of their vehicle. Those planning to consume alcohol should designate a sober driver or utilize public transportation by visiting the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority website: http://www.riderta.com/news/cleveland-indians-home-opener.
Be cautious of counterfeit tickets
The risk of purchasing counterfeit tickets from scalpers off the street is high. Fans who purchase tickets from a secondary source are taking an unnecessary risk. Police officers want to proactively curb such activity and encourage buyers to be aware. Purchasing tickets via other means creates the potential for possessing either an invalid or counterfeit ticket. The Indians are not responsible for tickets purchased through secondary sources.
Thanks to Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s enhanced budget, made possible by Issue 32, the City of Cleveland is embarking on more street improvement projects in 2017 than years past. Projects span all neighborhoods and wards throughout the city.
Here are some highlights about this year’s road work:
- Potholes are serviced year round, weather permitting. The Department of Public Works has increased its pothole crews from three to 10 as a result of the passage of Issue 32.
- Thanks to Issue 32 funds, the City of Cleveland has reinstated street sweeping services.
- Leaf pick-up service has also been reactivated in designated high leaf generation areas. View maps and a list of locations here.
- To submit a claim to the City of Cleveland which involves vehicles, including damage caused by potholes, please click here.
Updates will be posted Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
As the city moves into spring, we encourage residents to help us keep the City of Cleveland beautiful, healthy and clean by reporting nuisance properties and illegal dumping.
The objective of the city’s vacant properties lot cutting and cleaning program is to eliminate health and safety hazards in vacant lots and the exteriors of vacant structures within the city. Its activities include cutting weeds and removing debris from vacant lots.
Owners who abandon their property will be charged for maintenance services and a fine will be incurred. If the owner does not pay their service invoice, a lien will be placed on the property. Properties are cleaned and cut every 6-7 weeks from April to September.
Here is some important info to know about the lot cutting and cleaning program:
- Our program is systematic and all vacant properties with high grass and weeds will be cut during the growing season. If you have a question on when a particular property will be serviced, please call 420-8300 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m..
- If you observe illegal dumping while it is happening please call 9-1-1 and report it immediately. If you find an area where illegal dumping has occurred already, call 664-DUMP (3867) and report it.
Please help keep Cleveland clean by reporting illegal dumping.