Employment Openings

APPLICATION PROCESS FOR INTERNET APPLICATIONS

 

Only U.S. citizens and non-citizens authorized to work in the United States by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service are eligible for employment by the Lafayette Consolidated Government. The deadline may be found at the top of the front of the application. Applications will not be accepted after the posted deadline. Applications must also include an original signature. Residents who live in the Lafayette area must turn-in their applications at the Civil Service office. If you live outside the Lafayette area, a copy of the required information must accompany the application before it is accepted.

In order for an application to be accepted, the following items are required at the time the application is turned in.
 
  • Proof that the applicant is 18 years of age or older and has permission to work in the United States issued by the Department of State if not a citizen, and has submitted to the Civil Service Office the prescribed completed employment forms of the aforementioned, prior to the deadline for applications.
  • Proof of a social security number. If you do not have your SS card, an official document with number printed on it will be accepted. (Ex: W-2, pay stub, etc.)

    The following item may be turned in at any time before the test is given.

  • Proof of veteran status; DD214. You must show proof of having served 90 consecutive days of active duty and show proof that you were honorably discharged. Any one showing proof will be awarded five points to a passing grade.
  • Deadlines are strictly enforced, your application form with items 1 and 2 listed above must be submitted to the Civil Service Office before both date/time and maximum number of applications stated on the ad or announcement of the vacancy.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at (337) 291-8330.
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Lafayette Consolidated Government does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, income, gender, age, and disability in access to, or operation of its programs, services, activities or in its hiring or employment practices. Click here to review the ADA and Title VI Plans.
  
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Lineman III$24.81-$31.02/hour/DOE LUS
Position is responsible for skilled independent work in installation, maintenance, and repair of overhead and underground power lines and related components of the city-parish electrical transmission and distribution system. Position is subject to 24-hour call and work is sometimes hazardous. Graduation from high school supplemented by courses in basic electricity, and experience as a Lineman II; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Must show proof of having passed the written portion of the CDL to apply. A pole climbing performance test will be conducted. Louisiana Class A CDL with Air Brake and Combination endorsements within 14-days of hire required. Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Friday, May 8, 2015, at noon, or until filled.
 
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Equipment Operator IV (Motor Grader)$14.52-$18.15/hour/DOE $2,517-$3,146/month/DOEPublic Works
Position is primarily responsible for the SKILLED operation of a Motor Grader.  Depending on area of assignment, may also operate other heavy equipment. Applicants must be able to independently operate the equipment. Work of this class is distinguished from that of Equipment Operator III by the type of equipment operated, the skill level required by the job assignment, and the frequency of operation of the assigned equipment. Graduation from high school and experience in the operation of heavy construction equipment similar to those types listed herein, including some experience in precision work; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Possession of a Class A commercial driver’s license with airbrake and combination endorsement as issued by the State of Louisiana required. Applicants must have at least a valid Commercial Driver’s License or CDL permit to apply and test, but must obtain a Louisiana class A CDL with endorsements, prior to hire.  Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Friday, December 16, 2016, at noon, or until filled.
 
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PROGRAMMER ANALYST (Software Services)$23.83-$29.79/hour/DOE IS&T
Position meets with users to identify software needs; writes, modifies, tests, and troubleshoots software applications; trains users on applications; and maintains application documentation. Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field; experience in computer programming, application design, Microsoft Visual Studio, and SQL server databases; or any equivalent combination of training and experience is desired. Accepting completed applications until Friday, January 13, 2017, at noon, or until filled!!
 
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EQUIPMENT OPERATOR IV-Lowboy/Flusher Truck Public Works
Position is primarily responsible for the SKILLED operation of a Lowboy and Flusher Truck. May also operate a Gradall and Tandem Dump Truck. Depending on area of assignment, may also operate other heavy equipment. Applicants must be able to independently operate the equipment. Work of this class is distinguished from that of Equipment Operator III by the type of equipment operated, the skill level required by the job assignment, and the frequency of operation of the assigned equipment. Graduation from high school and experience in the operation of heavy construction equipment similar to those types listed herein, including some experience in precision work; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Possession of a Class A commercial driver’s license with airbrake, combination and tanker endorsement as issued by the State of Louisiana. Applicants must have at least a valid Commercial Driver’s License or CDL permit to apply and test, but must obtain a Louisiana class A CDL with endorsements, prior to hire. Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Monday, January 23, 2017, at noon, or until filled.
 
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER II (Traffic Signals) $28.42-$35.53/Hour/DOEPublic Works
Position is responsible for traffic signal timing hardware/software including database management and computer programming using ASP, HTML, Java Script and SQL. Plans and suggests installation of traffic control devices, and monitors/analyzes for efficiency. Reviews construction plans and comments on issues related to Traffic Signal, Pavement Markings and Traffic Control to ensure compliance as mandated by the Manual on Uniform Traffic Devices (MUTCD).Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from an accredited college or university and significant prior working experience as an Engineer I, or equivalent in another jurisdiction required. Possession of the Engineer Intern certificate by examination, in the State of Louisiana, if non-resident must obtain Louisiana certificate within one year of appointment required. Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Monday, January 30, 2017, at noon!
 
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