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The City of Rochester is hiring, looking to fill several positions

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The Human Resources Department for the City of Rochester is seeking qualified candidates to fill several part-time and full-time positions in City Hall, Public Works, Police Department, and more.

(All job titles below are active links. Click to learn more about each position.)

Assessor II, Assistant City Engineer, Deputy Finance Director, Medium Equipment Operator – Utilities Division, Part-time Administrative Technician II – Police Department, Part-time Custodian, Part-time Evidence Technician, Police Officer, Public Safety Communications Specialist/Dispatcher, School Crossing Guards, Senior Planner, Summer Recreation Help, and WWT Pump Station Maintenance.

Director of Human Resources Kimberly Conley says that potential applicants are encouraged to contact her office for additional information and inquiries.

“We have an open-door policy,” said Conley. “My office is happy to provide additional information and answer any questions. It’s our hope to fill these open positions with dedicated, hardworking, qualified candidates that would like to join our team.”

Visit www.RochesterNH.net to learn more about the posted openings, download an employment application, or submit a resume.

The City of Rochester is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital or family status.

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