Saint Louis, MO

Offering 100+ vacant city jobs, St. Louis mayor encourages residents to apply

George Vandervalk
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SAINT LOUIS, MO — St. Louis Mayor, Tishaura O. Jones, encourages City residents to register for more than 100 open City positions after lifting the effective hiring freeze initiated during 2020 the COVID-19 crisis. These jobs propose benefits for residents looking for work and competitive pay.

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“St. Louis is on the path to recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, and this is an opportunity for residents to play an important role in our City’s comeback,” said Mayor Tishaura O. Jones. “These are quality jobs that offer competitive pay by skill level, starting at $15 an hour, and a great benefits package. If we can fill these critical vacancies, we can not only improve public services, but also support St. Louis residents and their families with good-paying jobs.”

The City of St. Louis is seeking to fulfill essential vacancies such as emergency dispatchers, paramedics and Public Health Nurse; seasonal positions such as lifeguards and recreation assistants; and other positions like electricians, audito, and carpenter. These positions are open to ages 16 and above.

Mayor Jones' administration is also forming a group on worker shortages with representatives from key City agencies to expedite application processes and reduce hurdles for job seekers. Neighborhood Stabilization Officers will also distribute information about open opportunities as part of the city's Clean Sweep program.

See more info on working for the City, or see a list of vacant City positions by clicking one of these links:

For any further questions, please contact Public Information Officer, Nick Dune, at (314) 622-4072.

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