Employment Opportunities

The Village of Whitehouse is an equal opportunity employer.

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Office Assistant

Our Village is growing, and we would love to work with you.

The Village of Whitehouse is currently seeking a professional, high caliber individual to join us at Village Hall for the position of Office Assistant. The right candidate will be a core member of our team environment. The candidate must possess a willingness to learn and grow, and an eagerness to take on new responsibilities. Above all, the candidate should have a sincere passion for customer service.

Working with the administrative team, duties would include but are not limited to: answering phones, assisting walk-in visitors to Village Hall, general office duties, assisting in Utilities, processing bills and payments, scheduling of assets and utility appointments and handling other duties as assigned.

Pay scale is $14.76 – $21.75 and will be decided depending on qualifications of candidate.

For a listing of the full job description, please visit our website here.

Applications can be downloaded here or by clicking the button at he top of the page.

We will be accepting applications until the end of the business day on June 5, 2024, however the position will remain open until filled. Applications can also be obtained at Village Hall located at 6925 Providence Street, Whitehouse, Ohio 43571. You can submit your application, resume and cover letter via email to jhartbarger@whitehouseoh.gov, in person at Village Hall, via mail to: The Village of Whitehouse, PO Box 2476, Whitehouse, Ohio 43571 or place it in our night drop box. Village Office Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.

Part-Time Public Service Department Member

New Career Opportunity at the Village of Whitehouse.

The Village of Whitehouse is accepting applications for Part time employment in the Public Service Department. Applicants must hold a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License and be insurable, able to read, follow directions and lift 40 pounds. Drug screening is mandatory.

Pay for position classifications is $12.89 – $19.57.

Applications may be obtained at here or at The Village of Whitehouse, 6925 Providence Street, Whitehouse, Ohio 43571 and then remitted to same.

The Village of Whitehouse is an equal opportunity employer.

Part-Time School Crossing Guard

Serve your community and the children of our schools!

The Whitehouse Police Department is currently accepting applicants for the position of Part-Time School Crossing Guard. This position will remain open until filled.

Pay Rate is $13.85 per crossing shift.

Work entails responsibility for the safety of school children going to and returning from school.

The work involves traffic control, supervising the children in crossing streets and roads and maintaining control of children while waiting at school bus stops, all with the emphasis on safety.

This is a responsible position which requires an individual who possesses the ability to amicably interact with children and have the ability to use good judgment in overseeing their safety.

The individual will obtain annual school crossing guard training from member(s) of the Whitehouse Police Department.

The individual must have a good understanding of traffic signals and traffic patterns.

All work is performed outdoors in all types of weather conditions and requires the individual to be in good physical condition with good mobility.

The individual oversees the safe conduct of children while crossing the streets and roads. Report all instances of behavior problems to school officials/police.

Control traffic for the children’s safe crossing of streets and roads. When it can be completed safely, assist only school transportation vehicles entering the roadway from Anthony Wayne school property by momentarily stopping cross traffic. Notify the Whitehouse Police (Call 911) for other traffic control purposes.

Accompany children while crossing streets and roads.

Report suspicious behaviors or other issues concerning the safety of children to school officials and/or the police. Do not become involved in duties normally associated with those of a Police Officer.

Report violations of traffic law (speeding, passed stopped school bus, reckless driving, etc.) to the Police Department (Call 911 when it occurs). Attempt to obtain a license plate number, description of the vehicle and driver, for police officer follow-up.

Utilize all issued safety gear appropriately (traffic vest and hand-held stop sign). Do not utilize any other equipment for your duties unless authorized the Whitehouse Police Department.

Please submit application to the Whitehouse Police Department: 6925 Providence Street, Whitehouse, Ohio 43571 or email resume to Chief of Police Allan Baer at abaer@whitehouseoh.gov.

The Village of Whitehouse is an equal opportunity employer.

Full-Time Police Officer

The Whitehouse Police Department is accepting applications for Full-Time Police Officer.

Begin today to better your position in life and secure your future by joining one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the State of Ohio. The Whitehouse Police Department offers capable individuals the opportunity to make the Village of Whitehouse a safer community by providing efficient, effective services to its residents, businesses, and visiting neighbors. Come meet the challenge and test your physical and mental endurance while protecting and serving a community that will put all their confidence in you.

Starting Pay: Whitehouse Full -time Police Officers compares favorably with those in the Metro-Toledo area. Starting Pay: $24.42/hr. – $30.02/hr. depending upon experience.

Benefits: Full-time officers do contribute to the Ohio Police & Fire Pension Fund (OP&F) and will accumulate service credit for retirement. All uniforms and equipment are provided by the department. Training opportunities are available. Special duty assignments and membership on department committees are also available. Full-time officers receive vacation leave, sick time leave, medical Insurance, dental & vision benefits.

Requirements: Be a United States Citizen, or are in the United States legally, with a visa, and can legally possess a firearm; Minimum age at time of appointment is 21 years; Possession of a valid Ohio driver’s license and the OPOTA Ohio Basic Peace Officer’s Certification at time of application. Visual acuity must be uncorrected within reasonable limits and correctable to 20/20, and vision must be free of color deficiencies; Must be physically capable to successfully perform the job duties of a Police Officer.

Interview Process: Those candidates selected will be required to complete an interview with the Chief of Police, Village Administrator, Chief Operations Officer, and other Village employees selected to be on the Interview Board.

Background Investigation: Upon successful completion of the interview, the Whitehouse Police Department will conduct a complete and thorough investigation of your background to determine your suitability for employment as a Whitehouse police officer. The following occurrences in your background could result in rejection of your application: Felony Conviction, Conviction for drug related violations or current use of illegal substances, Current abuse of alcohol, Anti-social behavior, Poor work record, Poor driving record, Numerous debts which are not being paid regularly.

Conditional Offer Prerequisites: When the candidate successfully completes the background investigation and is given a conditional offer of employment, he/she must successfully pass a physical examination, psychological testing, and drug screening.

Application Process: Application Packets may be obtained by contacting the following agency Recruiting Committee members:

Officer Christine Fouty: cfouty@whitehouseoh.gov

Officer Morgan Schumann: mschumann@whitehouseoh.gov

State of Ohio EEOC and Ohio Collaborative Standards for Whitehouse Police Department Employee Recruitment and Hiring

The goal of every Ohio law enforcement agency is to recruit and hire qualified individuals while providing equal employment opportunity. Ohio law enforcement agencies should consist of a diverse workforce. Communities with diverse populations should strive to have a diverse work force that reflects the citizens served.

Non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity is the policy.

The Whitehouse Police Department shall provide equal terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, veteran status, military status, or disability. This applies to all terms or conditions associated with the employment process, including hiring, promotions, terminations, discipline, performance evaluations, and interviews.

The Whitehouse Police Department will utilize due diligence in ensuring that their perspective employees have the proper temperament, knowledge, and attitude to handle this very difficult profession. The Department will ensure that appropriate mechanisms are in place in order to achieve this mission. The Department, in concert with the Village of Whitehouse Personnel Policy and agency policy and procedure, will ensure employment requirements are related to the skills that are necessary to be a successful employee.

The Village of Whitehouse Administration and Whitehouse Police Department will adhere to the standards as set forth above relating to the recruitment and hiring of police personnel. The Village of Whitehouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Part-Time Police Officer

The Whitehouse Police Department is accepting applications for Part-Time Police Officer.

Begin today to better your position in life and secure your future by joining one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the State of Ohio. The Whitehouse Police Department offers capable men and women the opportunity to make the Village of Whitehouse a safer community by providing efficient, effective services to its residents, businesses, and visiting neighbors. Come meet the challenge and test your physical and mental endurance while protecting and serving a community that will put all their confidence in you.

Starting Pay: Whitehouse Part-time Police Officers compares favorably with those in the Metro-Toledo area. Starting Pay: $18.33/hr. – $22.02/hr. depending upon experience.

Benefits: Part-time officers do contribute to the Ohio Public Employees Pension Fund (OPERS) and will accumulate service credit for retirement. All uniforms and equipment are provided by the department. Training opportunities are available. Special duty assignments and membership on department committees are also available. Part-time officers do not receive vacation leave, sick time leave, or medical or dental benefits.

Requirements: Be a United States Citizen, or are in the United States legally, with a visa, and can legally possess a firearm; Minimum age at time of appointment is 21 years; Possession of a valid Ohio driver’s license and the OPOTA Ohio Basic Peace Officer’s Certification at time of application. Visual acuity must be uncorrected within reasonable limits and correctable to 20/20, and vision must be free of color deficiencies; Must be physically capable to successfully perform the job duties of a Police Officer. Must be able to work a minimum of 36-hours per month (depending upon open patrol shifts).

Interview Process: Those candidates selected will be required to complete an interview with the Chief of Police, Village Administrator, Chief Operations Officer, and other Village employees selected to be on the Interview Board.

Background Investigation: Upon successful completion of the interview, the Whitehouse Police Department will conduct a complete and thorough investigation of your background to determine your suitability for employment as a Whitehouse police officer. The following occurrences in your background could result in rejection of your application: Felony Conviction, Conviction for drug related violations or current use of illegal substances, Current abuse of alcohol, Anti-social behavior, Poor work record, Poor driving record, Numerous debts which are not being paid regularly.

Conditional Offer Prerequisites: When the candidate successfully completes the background investigation and is given a conditional offer of employment, he/she must successfully pass a physical examination, psychological testing, and drug screening.

Application Process: Application Packets may be obtained by contacting the following agency Recruiting Committee members:

Officer Christine Fouty: cfouty@whitehouseoh.gov

Officer Morgan Schumann: mschumann@whitehouseoh.gov

State of Ohio EEOC and Ohio Collaborative Standards for Whitehouse Police Department Employee Recruitment and Hiring:

The goal of every Ohio law enforcement agency is to recruit and hire qualified individuals while providing equal employment opportunity. Ohio law enforcement agencies should consist of a diverse workforce. Communities with diverse populations should strive to have a diverse work force that reflects the citizens served.

Non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity is the policy.

The Whitehouse Police Department shall provide equal terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, veteran status, military status, or disability. This applies to all terms or conditions associated with the employment process, including hiring, promotions, terminations, discipline, performance evaluations, and interviews.

The Whitehouse Police Department will utilize due diligence in ensuring that their perspective employees have the proper temperament, knowledge, and attitude to handle this very difficult profession. The Department will ensure that appropriate mechanisms are in place in order to achieve this mission. The Department, in concert with the Village of Whitehouse Personnel Policy and agency policy and procedure, will ensure employment requirements are related to the skills that are necessary to be a successful employee.

The Village of Whitehouse Administration and Whitehouse Police Department will adhere to the standards as set forth above relating to the recruitment and hiring of police personnel. The Village of Whitehouse is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic

Position:                         Firefighter/EMT or Firefighter/Paramedic

Department:                  Fire Department

Reports To:                    Fire Chief

Location:                        Village of Whitehouse

Working Hours:            Part Time

Pay Grade:                     Hourly, Non-Exempt

Posting Date:                December 13, 2018

Application Due Date:   Initial interviews ASAP, Job posting will be up until positions are filled.

Submit Application To:  Captain Jeff Hibbard

Email Address:  jhibbard@whitehouseoh.gov Or Fax 419.877.4827

Job Summary:

Under the supervision of the Fire Chief and/or the Deputy Chief, the employee is responsible for responding to EMS and fire runs per the Village policies.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The individual will be required to perform truck checks, respond to and assist with fire and EMS runs and other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

A State of Ohio Certified Firefighter Level 1 / EMT or Firefighter 1 / Paramedic.  The successful candidate must have a strong attention for detail.  The successful candidate must also be able to complete entire processes accurately with minimal supervision.  The successful candidate should be familiar with computer inputting, word processing (Microsoft Word) and spreadsheets (Excel).