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MUSCATINE, Iowa – The City of Muscatine has several opportunities available for qualified individuals who are seeking full-time and/or seasonal work including an Inspector II with the Department of Community Development, a Right-of-Way Inspector with the Department of Public Works, a Pool Manager for the Department of Parks and Recreation, and several seasonal employment opportunities with Parks and Recreation.

Inspector II – This is skilled office and field inspection work in securing compliance with state and municipal codes, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to the construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, and change in occupancy of buildings and structures, including electrical, plumbing, heating, and air conditioning systems. Find out more.

Right-of-Way Inspector – Performs inspection services on a wide range of permitted construction projects in the public right-of-way such as driveways, utility repairs, and sidewalks, to ensure that construction details conform to plans, specifications and city code. Find out more.

Pool Manager – This is a responsible seasonal position working a flexible schedule from late May through early September. This position will work a maximum of 35-40 hours per week while the facility is open and may work minimal hours during pre- and post-season preparations. Find out more.

Seasonal Opportunities – If you love to serve the public, have great customer service skills, and are looking for some fulfilling work, the City of Muscatine welcomes your application. Currently accepting applications for a variety of positions. Find out more.

City Employment – 

  • To receive notifications of future employment opportunities visit our NOTIFY ME page and sign up for the notifications you would like to receive.
  • All applicants must submit a completed City of Muscatine employment application or City of Muscatine seasonal employment application.
  • Hiring Process – For civil service positions, applications are screened for minimum qualifications. Applicants meeting the criteria will be invited to participate in the civil service testing process. For non-civil service positions, the hiring process is established in a manner appropriate for the position. It is the City’s goal to successfully match the right candidates for the right positions.
  • The City of Muscatine is an equal employment affirmative action employer.

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