Working for the Town of Irondequoit
Public Service can be a very rewarding career choice. Many of our employees live right here in the community they serve. Providing a high return on the tax dollars our residents and businesses invest in Irondequoit is a mission we take seriously and with great pride. We wish to maintain the highest standard of excellence in our service.
Consider joining our team here at Town Hall. In addition to generous health and dental benefits, we offer a deferred compensation plan, flexible spending, tuition reimbursement plans, and paid vacation and sick time banks. Our employees also qualify for membership in the New York State & Local Retirement System.
As a public employer, the Town of Irondequoit is regulated by New York State Civil Service Law. Many of our positions are classified as competitive. A permanent appointment in the competitive class is made from a list of qualified eligible candidates who have passed an appropriate Civil Service examination. Click here to view upcoming exams held in Monroe County. Other job opportunities such as labor, part-time, and seasonal may be advertised as the need arises. Please come back often to view our employment opportunities and see how you can make a difference by joining our team.
Town Employment Opportunities:
SCHOOL TRAFFIC GUARD - Part Time:
The Irondequoit Police Department is always accepting applications for the position of Part Time School Crossing Guard. The hours vary throughout the day, with a rate of $11.10 per hour. Candidates will ensure the safety of school children as they cross the street in the crosswalks to and from school. Candidates should be able and willing to work outside, in any weather conditions. Uniforms and equipment are provided.
If you are interested, please submit an application to the Irondequoit Town Hall, 1280 Titus Avenue, Rochester, New York 14617 Attention: Human Resources Department.
The Town of Irondequoit is an equal opportunity employer. The Irondequoit Town government prohibits discrimination in employment, program activities, procurement, and contracting against any person due to such person’s age, marital status, disability, genetic predisposition or carrier status, race, color, creed, sexual orientation, sex, or national origin.