How do I know where my application is in the process?
When you submit your online application, you will receive an e-mail confirmation right away telling you that your application is in our hands. If your application is selected for skills testing or an interview, you will be notified by e-mail. You can also log into the website at any time and check the job posting to see where in the process we are in filling that particular vacancy.
Can I apply for more than one job at a time?
Yes. We encourage you to apply each and every time a job posting matches your career interests, education and minimum skill requirements.
What is an Internal Posting?
The City promotes from within and often gives its employees the opportunity to apply for job openings prior to making the posting public. In these cases, the job posting will indicate that this is an Internal Posting and only current employees may apply. If there is insufficient employee interest in an internal job posting, that job will be re-posted as an External Posting and then all who meet the minimum requirements are encouraged to apply.
How do I apply for a job with the City?
City job openings for full-time, regular part-time and seasonal positions are posted at this website, on bulletin boards in municipal buildings and in various local media. The best steps you can take toward gaining a job interview are:
Go to the Employment tab and select Job Openings on the city website and create an online job application to be saved and ready the next time a position is posted for which you feel you are qualified.
Request that an email notification be sent to you regarding job titles for which you have certain qualifications and/or check the Job Openings page frequently for job postings.
When a suitable job posting is publicized, submit your online job application via the City website.
Check your email address frequently for messages from the City regarding your eligibility and news of upcoming tests and/or interviews.
When is the next test for Patrol Officer, Firefighter, Police Records Technician or Communications (911) Technician?
Testing for each of these positions is advertised on bulletin boards in City buildings and on this City website under the Employment Tab. The HR office has a new online notification feature now whereby you can request email notices whenever one or more of these desired positions is posted.
What employment benefits does the City offer?
The City of Westerville offers full-time staff a number of benefits including: paid vacation, sick, funeral and injury leave; 6 annual personal days; 7 paid holidays; health, vision, dental, STDP and life insurance; enrollment in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System; longevity and wellness payments; tuition reimbursement and more.
Regular part-time employees are enrolled in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System. If these employees work a minimum of 500 hours for the City in one calendar year, they are eligible for 24 hours of paid personal leave in the next calendar year; those working more than 1000 hours in one calendar year can receive 40 hours of paid personal leave in their next year of employment.
Part-time and seasonal employees are enrolled in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.