Community Pool Lifeguards
The City of Leavenworth is now accepting applications for Certified Lifeguards or those willing to become certified. In addition to applicable certifications, job seekers must possess strong public relations and communication skills, along with the ability to understand and implement all rules related to the facility.
Applications are available here for download.
Submit via email to: email@example.com or send by mail to the City of Leavenworth, ATTN: Kelley Lemons, PO Box 287, Leavenworth, WA 98826.
Applications will begin the review process on April 26, 2021.
Download the Recruitment Flyer here.
The Upper Valley Park & Recreation Service Area (PRSA) in conjunction with the City of Leavenworth today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking firms to conduct a recreation needs assessment of the Upper Valley community.
The assessment is expected to take place throughout the summer, will help gather community input, and will help prioritize recreational needs for the PRSA Community. The information will be used to inform the process of taking an updated levy to the voters in spring 2022.
“The Upper Valley is growing, and it’s vital that we understand the community’s recreational priorities so that we can shape the PRSA to help meet those needs as we begin work on a resolution for a new funding levy,” said Kiah Patzkowsky, PRSA Coordinator. “This RFP process is a major step in having that conversation with the community.”
The deadline for RFP responses is Friday, May 7, 2021.
Please see the downloads below for more details.
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For more information or questions, please contact Kiah Ptzkowsky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
City of Leavenworth Job Opportunity for Public Works Administrative Assistant
The City of Leavenworth, an equal opportunity employer, is seeking applicants for a full-time Administrative Assistant position in the Public Works Department.
This position performs highly responsible, confidential, complex clerical, technical, and administrative support functions of broad scope and significance for the assigned departments. Applicant must have experience in office administration, professional oral and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail, and excellent customer service skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products is required. Some weekend work may be required. See job description for a detailed list of essential functions pertaining to this job.
Any combination of education and /or experience is qualifying. Must have a minimum of two years of general college training or business college degree and five years’ experience in a progressively responsible administrative support position in a highly complex organization serving the public.
The salary range for this position is $3,686 – $4,742 per month; starting salary is based on qualifications and experience; excellent benefits and retirement package included.
How to apply:
Submit the following materials to Sue Cragun email@example.com – Subject Line: ADMIN ASSISTANT
Qualified applicants will be pre-interviewed upon receipt of application package.
Application materials are due by 3:00 PM on April 9, 2021. Job will remain open until filled.
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Public Works Director & CIP (Capital Improvement Project) Manager
The City of Leavenworth, an equal opportunity employer, is seeking applicants for the non-union position of Public Works Director & CIP Manager.
This salaried position will require a unique and dynamic person that is committed to continuing and managing the success of the Public Works Department, which is responsible for all city maintenance of streets, utility infrastructure, water and sewer treatment plants, parks & cemetery, facilities, and ongoing capital improvement and planning. See job flyer for a detailed list of essential functions pertaining to this job.
Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning, construction management, architecture, or public administration, preferably supplemented by training and certification in related fields; and eight or more years of progressively responsible experience in Public Works management or similar field is expected.
The salary range for this position is between $7,000 and $9,000 per month; starting salary is based on qualifications and experience; excellent benefits and retirement package included.
How to apply:
Submit resume and cover letter to:
Subject: PW RECRUITMENT
Download Recruitment Flyer / Job Description
If you are interested in serving on the Design Review Board, please send your letter of interest to Sue Cragun firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 17, 2021
Contacts: Lauren Loebsack – Communications (509) 860-0000
Project start date delayed for upgrades to intersection of US 2/Ninth St. in Leavenworth
LEAVENWORTH – A project to improve curb ramps at all four corners of the intersection of US 2 and Ninth Street in Leavenworth has been delayed.
The project was originally scheduled to begin Monday, March 22, but has been delayed for several weeks because the contractor is unable to procure necessary materials for the work. It is uncertain how long the project will be delayed, but the project is expected to start this spring.
This work will require the closure of each corner of the intersection during the course of the project and will intermittently close sections of sidewalk around the project. Work will not restrict access to any businesses or facilities around the project work zone, but there may be occasions when pedestrians will be directed around the work zone. Each corner will require about a week of work, and then work will shift to the next corner of the intersection.
Hyperlinks within the release:
Washington State Department of Transportation
North Central Region – 2830 Euclid Avenue. Wenatchee, WA 98801– 509-667-3000
March 15, 2021 Contacts: Lauren Loebsack – Communications (509) 860-0000 Upgrades coming to intersection of US 2/Ninth St. in Leavenworth LEAVENWORTH – A project that will improve curb ramps at all four corners of the intersection of US 2 and Ninth Street in Leavenworth will begin Monday, March 22. The project will replace the current failing and deficient curb ramp facilities with new concrete ramps that will improve pedestrian safety and mobility. The project will also upgrade the existing crossing push buttons. This work will require the closure of each corner of the intersection during the course of the project and will intermittently close sections of sidewalk around the project. It will not restrict access to any business or facilities around the project work zone, but there may be occasions when the pedestrians will be directed around the work zone. Each corner will require about a week of work, and then work will shift to the next corner of the intersection. The project is expected to be complete in early May. Hyperlinks within the release:
The City Council seeks community input on a proposal to create permitted residential parking in nine different zones in the City. The proposal wants to protect street parking from expected visitor overflow once paid parking is implemented. The proposal allows residents in selected areas to create restricted parking that allows non-permitted vehicles to park for a limited amount of time while removing such restriction for permitted vehicles.
If you wish to comment on this proposal, please attend the March 23, 2021 City Council Meeting via Zoom Conferencing at 6:30 PM:
Parks Maintenance Worker – Part Time Seasonal Position
The City of Leavenworth is now accepting applications for two (2) Parks Maintenance Workers. This part-time seasonal position will work a maximum of 24 hours per week. This is a non-union covered position with a starting pay of $14.00 – $17.00 / hr. DOE.
A job application may be downloaded from the City’s website or may be requested by contacting us at (509) 548-5275. Job will remain open until filled.
Please submit questions, job application and/or resume to the following:
City of Leavenworth City Hall
700 US Highway 2 / PO Box 287
Leavenworth, WA 98826
The City of Leavenworth is an equal opportunity employer.
Request for Proposal (RFP) for Construction Plans for
Accessory Dwelling Units
The City of Leavenworth is seeking proposals from firms to provide construction ready building/engineering plans for 3 accessory dwelling units, ranging in size from 400-900 square feet with full kitchen and bath facilities and a maximum of two bedrooms; one set of plans shall include the ADU above a garage.
The deadline for RFP responses is April 15, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. PST. Submittals shall be sent to Lilith Vespier, Development Services Manager, email: email@example.com. Submittals received after the specified deadline will not be accepted (no exceptions).
Questions may be directed to Mark Barnes, Building Official, phone: 509.548.5275 (ext.133), email firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions & Answers will be posted to the City’s website.
Construction Plans for ADU RFP: Question & Answer document – new