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.

 

Notice: Beginning March 1, 2018, old employment applications will no longer be accepted.  Please use the Download Application link below each opening or obtain an application from the Civil Service Office, LCGFORM#007A (R/03/16).



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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GRANTS COORDINATOR$18.17-$22.71/Hour/DOE CD
Grants coordinators are responsible for the solicitation and management of a majority of the grants received by Lafayette Consolidated Government. Work involves researching and providing assistance in obtaining available grants and maintaining records and files necessary in the administration of grants. Incumbents interact in an official capacity with various funding agencies. Work is performed in conjunction with other grants coordinators and under the general direction of the Community Development Grants Manager. Graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in business or public administration and administrative experience in coordinating Federal grant-in-aid programs which required research, record-keeping and report writing; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Friday, January 24, 2020 at noon.
 
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SYSTEMS ANALYST (LUS Fiber)$27.51-$34.39/Hour/DOELUS Fiber
Responsible for serving as technical architect in planning, designing, and implementing computer information systems which include hardware, software, and associated networks. Position serves as project/team leader to manage designated projects. Responsible for designing and development of program applications and reports utilizing various program languages. Experience w/ various integration tools such as API’s and XML, and application development tools such as JAVA, ASP.net, SQL, etc. Experience w/ LINUX operating systems desirable. Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a closely related field of study, as well as considerable professional experience as a programmer, programmer analyst, or a systems analyst; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Examination will be a rating of education and experience through a structured interview. Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Friday, January 31, 2020 at noon.
 
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EQUIPMENT OPERATOR III (Street Sweeper)$12.86-$16.08/Hour/DOEPublic Works
Work of this class involves the operation of a Street Sweeper (80%), Tandem Dump Truck (10%), Frontend Loader (10%), and related equipment primarily used in the streets division. Must be able to operate the street sweeper. Performance testing will mostly involve the street sweeper. Completion of the eighth grade and experience in the operation of automotive and construction equipment similar to those described herein; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Possession of the appropriate class commercial driver’s license and endorsements 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 Air Brake and combination endorsements, prior to hire. Accepting the first 15 completed applications until Monday January 27, 2020 at noon.
 
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BUYER II $17.83-$22.29/Hour/DOEFinance & Management
Positions in this class have supervisory responsibilities while purchasing for a predetermined group of departments, or performing management work and computer purchasing, under complex governmental regulations. Incumbents may perform a variety of work in areas of specialized or technical purchasing and contract bidding. Supervision is exercised over subordinate personnel in one section of the division, and direction is received from the Purchasing and Property Manager. Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field, and considerable experience in a variety of technical purchasing or contract coordination under governmental regulations; or any equivalent combination of training and experience desired. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Friday, January 31, 2020 at noon.
 
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LIBRARY ASSOCIATE I$14.45-$18.06/Hour/DOELibrary
Positions in this class work on a specialized library function involving work of a routine nature. Areas of assignment include makerspace, information desk in children’s, teen or adult areas, copy cataloging, programming and event set up, bookmobile and outreach services, and assignments may fluctuate as needed to facilitate work flow. Work may involve standing for extended periods of time, bending, lifting, or pushing carts loaded with books. Incumbents may be required to work some rotating nights and weekends. Current opening is permanent less than full time; however, full time positions also exist within the class. Additionally, depending on area of assignment, some positions require a valid Louisiana driver’s license prior to appointment. Bachelor’s degree including minor coursework in library science, and experience working in a library or bookstore setting; or any equivalent combination of training and experience desired. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Friday, January 31, 2020 at noon.
 
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PLANT INSTRUMENT MECHANIC II $18.46-$23.08/Hour/DOELUS
Position performs advanced technical electronic, electrical, and mechanical work involved in testing, adjusting, repairing, and performing preventative maintenance on control system instruments and devices at water treatment or wastewater treatment plants. Employee is responsible for formulating plans, participating in, and keeping records of regularly-scheduled maintenance programs. Incumbents work around potentially hazardous equipment and may be subject to 24-hour call in emergency situations. Graduation from high school, supplemented by technical training in the field of electrical, electronic, and mechanical control instruments and systems, and considerable experience working as an instrument mechanic; or any equivalent combination of training and experience. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Monday January 27, 2020 at noon.
 
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CIVIL ENGINEERING AIDE SPECIALIST I $19.09-$23.86/Hour/DOEPublic Works
Provides technical support for the Drainage Division. Conducts profile/topographic surveys of locations experiencing inadequate drainage conditions or restrictions. Utilizes board drafting techniques to illustrate ditch profiles. Assists with the inspection and maintenance of complex drainage infrastructure as well as thorough inspection of blockages within improved and unimproved coulees. Position has a strong focus on surveying. Associate’s Degree or completion of a technical specialty program of eighteen months – three years duration in civil engineering technology (or closely related field) and significant prior working experience in the civil engineering field, especially surveying. Valid driver’s license to apply. Must have a valid Louisiana Class E driver’s license prior to appointment. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Friday, January 31, 2020 at noon.
 
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CLERK II $10.76-$13.44/Hour/DOE CAO
Positions in this class perform general clerical duties, such as typing and filing personnel documents; maintaining general records: processing mail; and related tasks. Current vacancy in in Human Resources and handles confidential information. Graduation from high school, experience in general clerical work, or any equivalent combination of training and experience is desired. Examination will be a written exam. Accepting the first 40 completed applications until Monday, February 3, 2020 at noon.
 
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