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Cincinnati Parks looking to hire seasonal staff

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Cincinnati Parks is planning to hire 50 to 70 seasonal staff to perform park maintenance tasks from April through October.

Duties include:

- Grounds maintenance tasks including lawn mowing, hand trimming bushes, clearing weeds
- Litter pick-up and trash collection
- Manual landscaping tasks, such as installing trail ties, loading/unloading fertilizer and mulch
- Park building maintenance and cleaning, sweeping and mopping floors
- Special event tasks such as loading/unloading and setting up/taking down tables and chairs
- Additional Park maintenance tasks as assigned

Seasonal Maintenance staff work on average 30-40 hours per week. Regular shifts may include weekend days or evenings paid at straight time. Pay is $8.50 an hour.

Applications will only be accepted through the City of Cincinnati's online hiring system. If you need in-person assistance with the online system, you may attend an application assistance session on Friday, March 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Cincinnati Park Board offices at 421 Oak Street in Cincinnati. Call 513-861-8970 for more information.

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