The majority of positions in the town are of Civil Service classification and the Town is required to hire from Civil Service listing. However, on occasion, the Civil Service listing cannot provide employees and at that time, appointments are made provisionally until a test can be given.

Application Forms and Résumés

ALL résumés submitted must include a completed Employment Application Form. The form is available by clicking here. Unless otherwise instructed in the job posting, applications are to be submitted to

Job Postings:

Parks & Rec Driver/Messenger

Parks & Recreation Department Driver-Messenger

Individuals in this position are scheduled sporadically as needed to transport our senior citizens to our Senior Center, and to drive our handicapped accessible 12-person or 14-person passenger van on occasional day-trips (within a 75-mile radius of the Center). Hours and days vary, and there may be some weeks that you don’t work at all. Other duties may include being responsible for receiving and storing small amounts of cash.

Qualified applicants will have a minimum of a Class D license; will be personable and patient, and like working with people. Previous similar bus driving experience is preferred.

ALL résumés submitted must include a completed Employment Application Form. The form is available by clicking here. Submit résumé and application form to not later than January 19, 2018.

Zoning Department Clerk

Zoning Department Clerk

This position is part-time, Monday – Friday, 4 hours a day, between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm.

There are paid time off benefits, including vacation, bereavement time, personal time, and holiday pay.

Pay is $12.00 per hour.

Duties and responsibilities include:

1. Provide clerical and administrative support for the Zoning and Planning Department.

2. Assist in the application process and the collection and processing of fees for building, zoning, and related permits. Obtain and maintain sufficient level of regulatory knowledge.

3. Schedule and coordinate building inspections.

4. Greet and assist customers at the counter.

5. Answer and screen phone calls; provide general information and route call to appropriate person, taking and delivering messages as appropriate.

6. Provide information required for Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals review process; assists in packet and preparation for these meetings.

7. Create and maintains permits files, office forms, handouts, and computer databases as required.

8. Complete special projects as directed by the department head.

9. Use records, databases, the Internet, and other sources to research information needed for the department.

10. Cross train for other departmental positions.

Experience Requirements

A minimum of one-year office experience in a customer service capacity working with the general public is required.

Although not required, it would enhance your qualifications if you had experience working in a construction office, or previous experience in zoning, codes field.

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities needed to perform effectively in this position

Above average customer service skills, including being welcoming and friendly, and using good communications skills.

Ability to withstand the stress of dealing with the general public, while maintaining a calm demeanor.

Knowledge of commercial and residential property regulations and requirements.

Ability to use Microsoft Office including Excel and Word.

Ability to learn and use a variety of software applications.

Job-related Physical Abilities needed in order to perform the job in a satisfactory manner

Ability to sit for extended periods of time, use a computer monitor, and stand at the counter to serve the public. Ability to speak clearly in person and via phone.

ALL résumés submitted must include a completed Employment Application Form. The form is available by clicking here. Submit résumé and application form to

Part-time Police Officer

Must be a DCJS Certified Police Officer at time of hiring
Have been employed as a police officer (fulltime or part time) for a minimum of 5 years
Must be able to work a minimum 800 hours per year
If needed must be able to work the following shifts;

  • 0600 – 1400 hours
  • 1400 – 2200 hours
  • 2200 – 0600 hours

Must be able to work weekends if assigned
Must be able to work holidays if assigned
All applicants may be required to submit to the following

  • Polygraph Exam
  • Psychological Exam
  • Medical Exam

The Cicero Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer
If interested send your resume to:
Chief Joseph Snell
Town of Cicero Police Department
8236 Brewerton Rd.
Cicero, New York 13039