Thursday, December 1, 2022

The City of Williamsburg Is Hiring For Several Positions

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WILLIAMSBURG-The City of Williamsburg is seeking employees to fill numerous positions within the city.

Available positions include assistant city manager; a Care Team registered nurse; a summer youth counselor; and an attendant for Quarter Path Recreation Center.

Williamsburg is also looking to hire a part-time attendant at Waller Mill Park; a police officer recruit; a water/sewer equipment operator; and other municipal service workers.

For a list of full job descriptions and an application, visit www.williamsburgva.gov/jobs.

The City of Williamsburg would also like to fill vacancies on two of its boards. One board seat is available for the Williamsburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority Board of Commissioners as well as a seat on the Economic Development Authority. For more information, visit www.williamsburgva.gov/boards.

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