CITY OF NATCHITOCHES: Natchitoches Regional Airport Laborer – Part Time

POSITION: Natchitoches Regional Airport Laborer – Part Time

DESCRIPTION: Assist the Airport Manager in the day to day operations including maintaining the Airport terminal and grounds, handle fuel drops and fuel sampling, trouble shoot mechanical problems on vehicles, lawn equipment, fuel pumps and other related equipment, fueling aircraft, moving aircraft in and out of hangars as needed, accurately keep fuel sales records and be able to handle other airport related activity. Must be able to work at least one weekend per month and early morning or late evening hours as needed. One year of related experience is preferred.

EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent. Must be a licensed driver.

CONTACT: City of Natchitoches, Human Resources Department located at 1400 Sabine St. or P.O. Box 37, Natchitoches La 71458-0037. Applications may also be picked up upstairs at City Hall, located at 700 Second St., or you can download an application on line at www.natchitochesla.gov

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Fire District #6: Fire Prevention Officer

Job Opening- Fire Prevention Officer (Part-Time)

The Natchitoches Parish Fire Protection District #6 is currently accepting resumes from qualified individuals for the position of Fire Prevention Officer. The Fire Prevention Officer encompasses a responsible administrative and supervisory position, the primary duties of which involve planning, organizing, training, and directing the fire prevention program of the department, including public fire education, fire inspection, and fire investigation. The Fire Prevention Officer performs public relations duties, writes reports and correspondence, and occasionally supervises all assigned subordinate personnel. The Fire Prevention Officer reports to and has work reviewed by the Fire Chief. The Fire Prevention Officer works under the general direction of the Fire Chief and is responsible for establishing a Fire Prevention Education Program by analyzing demographic data, incident reports, and injury information from hospitals; designing the appropriate method for presentation; and evaluating the effectiveness of the program. Develops support for the fire safety program within the community, involving business leaders in public education efforts. Helps determine what demonstrations and instructional materials should be distributed to the community. Writes speeches for assigned department members and volunteers, and delivers lectures, talks, or demonstrations on fire safety to schools, clubs, or other organizations. Educates the public about fire hazards and conditions, injury prevention, tenability, human behavior during fires, built-in fire protection, and fire dynamics. Provides information on firefighter personal protective equipment, gear, tools, and fire apparatus. Develops evacuation plans for schools, hotels, hospitals, or other buildings required to have such plans, manages fire drills, reviews evacuation plans, and instructs fire drill assistants. Oversees fire safety in public assembly occupancies at major events. Assists superiors to identify fire problems, and selects fire safety program components and objectives to meet community needs. Investigates fires to determine whether it was a result of natural causes, carelessness, or arson, and completes a fire investigation report. Acts as a liaison with law enforcement, other arson investigationagencies, and public prosecutor’s office to exchange information to facilitate successful disposition of cases. Tests any equipment which may be used in fire prevention work to make certain it is in proper working order. Oversees and evaluates division needs and recommends purchases of equipment for use in the department’s fire prevention program.Maintains inventory of supplies and equipment for the department. Orders, distributes, and maintains inventory of supplies and equipment to department personnel as required for an assigned function.

Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and be a citizen of the United States, minimum age of 18yrs.

After offer of employment, but before beginning work the candidate must pass a physical examination designed to demonstrate good health and physical fitness sufficient to perform the essential duties of the position, with or without accommodation.

Applicant must possess one of the following: high school diploma, high school equivalencycertificate, high school transcript, affidavit from the issuing high school, associate’s or bachelor’s degree, or college transcript, any one of which must indicate that graduation has occurred or a degree awarded. Any Louisiana applicant who presents a home study diploma shall submit necessary documentation indicating Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) approval of the home study curriculum. Non-Louisiana applicants shall be required to present proof of completion of a high school curriculum, ofwhich has been accredited by the applicant’s state, or its state-approved agency. A certification of completion shall not be sufficient to substitute for a diploma or equivalency certificate.

Must have at least five (5) years’ experience in a full-time, paid fire department position.

Natchitoches Parish Fire District 6 is committed to the philosophy and practice of equal employment opportunities for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, and national origin, age as required by law.

Send Resumes to:

Chief Michael Sesvold
Natchitoches Parish Fire District 6 Fire 
743 Hwy 504
Natchitoches, LA 71457
npfd6chief@gmail.com


Fire District #6: Fire Training Officer

Job Opening- Fire Training Officer (Full-Time)

The Natchitoches Parish Fire Protection District #6 is currently accepting resumes from qualified individuals for the position of Fire Training Officer. The Fire Training Officer encompasses a highly responsible and specialized fire department position involving planning and implementing training programs for the fire department. The Fire Training Officer is responsible for conducting a training program designed to assist fire department members in their professional development by developing and administering a comprehensive certification and training program in order to ensure that fire department personnel are qualified to perform appropriate functions of the positions they hold. The Fire Training Officer works with almost no supervision, reporting to and having work reviewed by the Fire Chief. The Fire Training Officer works under the general direction of the Fire Chief and is responsible for developing a training program for the department, and sees that such program is properly staffed, and supplied with training resources. Prepares training material, coordinates and schedules training for all department members as assigned by the Fire Chief. Evaluates the effectiveness of training to determine the need for additional training or for change in the training program. Conducts training classes, either in the classroom, at the drill field, or at the fire station, in the following areas: firefighting; fire attack; forcible entry; ventilation; fire streams; hydraulics; water supplies; extinguishers; salvage and overhaul; use of protective breathing apparatus; safety; or any other related subject assigned or required.

Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and be a citizen of the United States, minimum age of 18yrs.

After offer of employment, but before beginning work the candidate must pass a physical examination designed to demonstrate good health and physical fitness sufficient to perform the essential duties of the position, with or without accommodation.

Applicant must possess one of the following: high school diploma, high school equivalency certificate, high school transcript, affidavit from the issuing high school, associate’s or bachelor’s degree, or college transcript, any one of which must indicate that graduation hasoccurred or a degree awarded. Any Louisiana applicant who presents a home study diploma shall submit necessary documentation indicating Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) approval of the home study curriculum. Non-Louisiana applicants shall be required to present proof of completion of a high school curriculum, ofwhich has been accredited by the applicant’s state, or its state-approved agency.

A certification of completion shall not be sufficient to substitute for a diploma or equivalency certificate.

Must have at least five (5) years’ experience in a full-time, paid fire department position.

Natchitoches Parish Fire District 6 is committed to the philosophy and practice of equal employment opportunities for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, and national origin, age as required by law.

Send Resumes to:

Natchitoches Parish Fire District 6 Fire Chief Michael Sesvold
743 Hwy 504
Natchitoches, LA 71457
email: npfd6chief@gmail.com

CITY OF NATCHITOCHES: Animal Control Officer

POSITION: Animal Control Officer

DESCRIPTION: Enforcement of the Animal Control Ordinance; maintain records and reports regarding impounded animals, animal bites, quarantines, investigations, citations and daily statistics; ability to operate Microsoft Word and Excel; clean and disinfect kennels and cages; provide animals with proper food, water, and medical care; must be available for after hours and weekend work.

EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent. Must be a licensed driver.

CONTACT: City of Natchitoches, Human Resources Department located at 1400 Sabine St. or P.O. Box 37, Natchitoches La 71458-0037. Applications may also be picked up upstairs at City Hall, located at 700 Second St., or you can download an application on line at www.natchitochesla.gov

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Applications will be accepted through June 19, 2019.  TODAY!

THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


CITY OF NATCHITOCHES: Natchitoches Regional Airport Laborer – Part Time

POSITION: Natchitoches Regional Airport Laborer – Part Time

DESCRIPTION: Assist the Airport Manager in the day to day operations including maintaining the Airport terminal and grounds, handle fuel drops and fuel sampling, trouble shoot mechanical problems on vehicles, lawn equipment, fuel pumps and other related equipment, fueling aircraft, moving aircraft in and out of hangars as needed, accurately keep fuel sales records and be able to handle other airport related activity. Must be able to work at least one weekend per month and early morning or late evening hours as needed. One year of related experience is preferred.

EDUCATION: High School diploma or equivalent. Must be a licensed driver.

CONTACT: City of Natchitoches, Human Resources Department located at 1400 Sabine St. or P.O. Box 37, Natchitoches La 71458-0037. Applications may also be picked up upstairs at City Hall, located at 700 Second St., or you can download an application on line at www.natchitochesla.gov

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

CRNHA Employment Opportunity: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

TITLE: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

ORGANIZATION:

Cane River National Heritage Area in northwestern Louisiana is a largely rural, agricultural landscape known for its historic plantations, its distinctive Creole architecture, and its multi-cultural legacy. Historically this region lay at the intersection of French and Spanish realms in the New World. Today it is home to a unique blend of cultures, including French, Spanish, African, American Indian and Creole. Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, provides support and oversight of the federally-approved Management Plan for the heritage area.

POSITION: The Heritage Ranger will provide interpretation of Cane River National Heritage Area history and culture and provide outreach to community partners and visitors through a wide range of projects and special events, as well as regular assistance at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as assigned.

REPORTS TO: Heritage Ranger II

SALARY RANGE: $10.00 – $12.00 hour, commensurate with experience [part-time]; negotiable [full-time]

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RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Interprets the history and culture of Cane River National Heritage Area through the tasks below:
a. Works with host sites to support interpretation through tours, public outreach, and defined support activities.
b. Develops exhibits, including research and compilation of information.
c. Develops brochures or rackcards for special events.
d. Presents exhibits at special events.
e. Provides visitor information at special events and at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as needed.
2. Provides outreach and information for the public and to CRNHApartners through the tasks below:
a. Assists CRNHA staff and partners in planning and implementing special events.
b. Provides Cane River National Heritage Area materials to partners and interested citizens.
c. Arranges and coordinates meetings with key players and various publics.
d. Performs interpretation or outreach field tasks as necessary.

3. Attends appropriate meetings, seminars, and workshops as directed by the Executive Director. Attends programs and events sponsored by CRNHA and/or other organizations or entities as needed.

4. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• B.A. in one of the following fields is preferred: anthropology, history, theater, economic development, community development, heritage resource management or planning.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, creativity and resultsoriented, goal-driven performance.

For more information, please visit our website: CaneRiverNHA.org. Please send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Blankenbakervia email: RBlankenbaker@CaneRiverNHA.org


APPOINTMENT OF REGISTRAR OF VOTERS

PRESS RELEASE: March 19, 2019

Parish Council has announced the Parish of Natchitoches is seeking applicants for the position of Registrar of Voters for the Parish.
A copy of the full job requirements and employment application can be obtained from Natchitoches Parish Government Room 210 or 213. Please send application, resume, and three references to Natchitoches Parish Government Attn: Sheryl Frederick, PO Box 799 Natchitoches, LA 71458 or email sfrederick@npgov.org with the subject line Registrar of Voters.

Natchitoches Parish Government is an equal opportunity employer and the Parish of Natchitoches is a drug-free workplace.

Deadline for applicants is 4:30 p.m. April 8, 2018.

PARISH OF NATCHITOCHES
NATCHITOCHES PARISH COUNCIL
200 CHURCH STREET
P. O. BOX 799
NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 71457


CRNHA Employment Opportunity: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

TITLE: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

ORGANIZATION:

Cane River National Heritage Area in northwestern Louisiana is a largely rural, agricultural landscape known for its historic plantations, its distinctive Creole architecture, and its multi-cultural legacy. Historically this region lay at the intersection of French and Spanish realms in the New World. Today it is home to a unique blend of cultures, including French, Spanish, African, American Indian and Creole. Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, provides support and oversight of the federally-approved Management Plan for the heritage area.

POSITION: The Heritage Ranger will provide interpretation of Cane River National Heritage Area history and culture and provide outreach to community partners and visitors through a wide range of projects and special events, as well as regular assistance at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as assigned.

REPORTS TO: Heritage Ranger II

SALARY RANGE: $10.00 – $12.00 hour, commensurate with experience [part-time]; negotiable [full-time]

​​

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Interprets the history and culture of Cane River National Heritage Area through the tasks below:
a. Works with host sites to support interpretation through tours, public outreach, and defined support activities.
b. Develops exhibits, including research and compilation of information.
c. Develops brochures or rackcards for special events.
d. Presents exhibits at special events.
e. Provides visitor information at special events and at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as needed.
2. Provides outreach and information for the public and to CRNHApartners through the tasks below:
a. Assists CRNHA staff and partners in planning and implementing special events.
b. Provides Cane River National Heritage Area materials to partners and interested citizens.
c. Arranges and coordinates meetings with key players and various publics.
d. Performs interpretation or outreach field tasks as necessary.

3. Attends appropriate meetings, seminars, and workshops as directed by the Executive Director. Attends programs and events sponsored by CRNHA and/or other organizations or entities as needed.

4. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• B.A. in one of the following fields is preferred: anthropology, history, theater, economic development, community development, heritage resource management or planning.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, creativity and resultsoriented, goal-driven performance.

For more information, please visit our website: CaneRiverNHA.org. Please send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Blankenbakervia email: RBlankenbaker@CaneRiverNHA.org


CITY OF NATCHITOCHES JOB OPPORTUNITY

POSITION: Water Treatment Plant Operator

DESCRIPTION: Performs maintenance work in the operation of the water treatment plant.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Louisiana Water Treatment class III license is required and must be willing to work towards a class IV license. This position will require a work schedule of 12 hour rotating shifts.

CONTACT: Human Resources Department located at 1400 Sabine St. or P.O. Box 37, Natchitoches, LA 71458-0037. Applications may also be picked up downstairs at City Hall located at 700 Second St. or you may download an application on line at natchitochesla.gov

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


CRNHA Employment Opportunity: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

TITLE: Cane River Heritage Ranger I

ORGANIZATION:

Cane River National Heritage Area in northwestern Louisiana is a largely rural, agricultural landscape known for its historic plantations, its distinctive Creole architecture, and its multi-cultural legacy. Historically this region lay at the intersection of French and Spanish realms in the New World. Today it is home to a unique blend of cultures, including French, Spanish, African, American Indian and Creole. Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, provides support and oversight of the federally-approved Management Plan for the heritage area.

POSITION: The Heritage Ranger will provide interpretation of Cane River National Heritage Area history and culture and provide outreach to community partners and visitors through a wide range of projects and special events, as well as regular assistance at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as assigned.

REPORTS TO: Heritage Ranger II

SALARY RANGE: $10.00 – $12.00 hour, commensurate with experience [part-time]; negotiable [full-time]

​​

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Interprets the history and culture of Cane River National Heritage Area through the tasks below:
a. Works with host sites to support interpretation through tours, public outreach, and defined support activities.
b. Develops exhibits, including research and compilation of information.
c. Develops brochures or rackcards for special events.
d. Presents exhibits at special events.
e. Provides visitor information at special events and at Cane River Creole National Historical Park or other host sites, as needed.
2. Provides outreach and information for the public and to CRNHApartners through the tasks below:
a. Assists CRNHA staff and partners in planning and implementing special events.
b. Provides Cane River National Heritage Area materials to partners and interested citizens.
c. Arranges and coordinates meetings with key players and various publics.
d. Performs interpretation or outreach field tasks as necessary.

3. Attends appropriate meetings, seminars, and workshops as directed by the Executive Director. Attends programs and events sponsored by CRNHA and/or other organizations or entities as needed.

4. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• B.A. in one of the following fields is preferred: anthropology, history, theater, economic development, community development, heritage resource management or planning.
• Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, creativity and resultsoriented, goal-driven performance.

For more information, please visit our website: CaneRiverNHA.org. Please send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Blankenbakervia email: RBlankenbaker@CaneRiverNHA.org


CITY OF NATCHITOCHES JOB OPPORTUNITY

POSITION: Water Treatment Plant Operator

DESCRIPTION: Performs maintenance work in the operation of the water treatment plant.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Louisiana Water Treatment class III license is required and must be willing to work towards a class IV license. This position will require a work schedule of 12 hour rotating shifts.

CONTACT: Human Resources Department located at 1400 Sabine St. or P.O. Box 37, Natchitoches, LA 71458-0037. Applications may also be picked up downstairs at City Hall located at 700 Second St. or you may download an application on line at natchitochesla.gov

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.


Job Opening: CP-TEL Network Engineer

Job Category:  NETWORK ENGINEER
(Will train up the right Candidate)

Job Description:

CP-Tel is a voice, video and internet service provider that serves 6 communities in Northwest Louisiana. CP-Tel is looking to expand our Network Operations Department. CP-Tel is located in a historic vibrant community in Natchitoches, Louisiana. If you’re interested in working with a variety of technologies, protocols and carrier-grade platforms, CP-Tel is the place for you.

Responsibilities Include:

Assisting in the operation, administration, and maintenance (OAM) of the Ethernet/IP networks, DWDM and Metro Ethernet networks, IPTV/multicast network, and voice network.
Providing top tier technical support for voice, video, and data services.
Assisting in project management within the Network Operations Department.
Documenting various aspects of the network, such as network diagrams and circuit layout records.
Participating in an on-call rotation.
Working in our Network Operations Center

Technical Knowledge Preferred:

OSI Model
Layer 2 Ethernet switching
Metro Ethernet
TCP/IP
IPv4/IPv6
DNS
Interior and exterior routing protocols (EIGRP, OSPF, BGP)
Cisco IOS, IOS-XE, and IOS-XR
DC power plant and inverters
Linux
Calix
Metaswitch
Minerva
SNMP
SIP

Certifications and Qualifications Preferred:

3+ years experience

Pay Range:

Very Competitive with excellent Benefits.

Email resume and salary requirements to rng@cp-tel.net or mail to:

CP-Tel, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 777, Natchitoches, LA 71458

For additional information about our company, check out our website at www.cp-tel.com

For additional information about our community, check out www.natchitoches.com

CP-Tel: EOE