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Rankin Borough, PA is accepting applications for a Borough Secretary/Treasurer.
The position requires the following:
maintaining legally required files in accordance with the Municipal Records Act;
processing of payables/receivables, budgeting, financial reporting, and bank account reconciliation using Quickbooks;
processing bi-weekly and monthly payroll using a payroll service;
attendance at Council meetings with preparation of agendas and minutes;
knowledge of employee benefit programs;
preparing and filing government reports;
processing workers’ compensation claims;
Other duties as required.
Candidates should have a minimum of three years of experience in an office environment, preferably in a government office;
graduated high school;
knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting practices;
computer experience with Word, Excel and e-mailing;
able to multi-task within established deadlines and work independently;
be courteous and professional in dealing with the general public;
and be able to pass a background check.
Resumes and a cover letter detailing salary requirements are being accepted at Rankin Borough, 320 Hawkins Avenue, Rankin, PA 15104. Rankin Borough is an EOE
Rankin Borough is hiring a PT laborer for our Street Department with the possibility to become Full-time.
Must be able to drive pick-up truck with a snow plow and salt spreader, trained to use a backhoe. Ability to use other equipment like snow blower, mower, weed whacker and misc. power tools.
Hours are Monday - Friday 7:00 AM-3:00 P< (subject to change based upon Borough needs). During the winter the employee will also be on call as needed; after hours and including holidays & weekends.
Candidate must have a valid PA Driver’s License & pass a background check. Prefer individual live locally.
Interested candidates should apply at The Rankin Borough Building 320 Hawkins Avenue, Rankin
Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Rankin Borough is currently looking to appoint 4 school crossing guards. This is a part-time split shift position working M-F with an assigned post.
OVERALL PURPOSE OF JOB:
The School Crossing Guard is responsible for providing the safe movement of children to and from the bus / bus stop when crossing intersections and while boarding and embarking from the school bus.
The Crossing Guards scope of authority and responsibility is limited to duties as outlined and does not extend to enforcement and regulatory action. When on duty, School Crossing Guards work under the supervision and direction of the Rankin Chief of Police.
Traffic Control, creates temporary traffic gaps as necessary, watches for traffic gaps and walks children across roadway/intersection while holding a "STOP" sign for approaching vehicles, records and reports license plate numbers of drivers disregarding instruction and reports potentially dangerous, hazardous traffic or vehicle issues to Allegheny County 911. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma or equivalent.
18 years of age or older
Must be a responsible, dependable & punctual individual.
Prefer local applicants
Background check required
Childline Clearance required
Interested candidates should apply at The Rankin Borough Building 320 Hawkins Avenue. M-F 9 AM – 4PM
Description: This committee acts as an advisory board to Council on all planning and development issues within the borough. They review development applications on a case-by-case basis for housing and commercial projects, as well as, conditional use permits. This committee reviews, discusses and makes recommendations to Council. The committee meets the 1st Monday of every month at the Rankin Borough Building at 7PM.
Description: Not Available. Please submit a letter of interest to ContactUs @ rankinborough.com For position description
Description: This committee acts as an advisory board to Council by hearing appeals of zoning decisions, they make decisions on applications to permit buildings or land use, which may vary from zoning regulations. This committee reviews, discusses and makes recommendations to Council. The committee meets on an as-needed basis in the Rankin Borough Building.