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Job Squad: March 5, 2021

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CARTERVILLE (WSIL) -- In this edition of Job Squad, there are many employment opportunities, including education, banking, and law enforcement.

The City of Carbondale is looking for a new Chief of Police. Salary ranges from just over $106,800 to $119,500. Requirements include graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in Police Science, Public Administration, or a related field. Applicants will also need a minimum of 5-years of supervisory experience in law enforcement with at-least 3-years of experience in police administration. Completion of a senior management course equivalent to the FBI Academy is preferred. This position is open until filled but, the city will have an initial review of applications on March 22. For more information call, (618) 457-3247.

Banterra Bank has two openings. Administrators are looking for a full-time Assitant Banking Center Manager at the Harrisburg Branch. A Bachelor's degree is preferred and a minimum of two-years of banking experience. The bank is also seeking a Customer Care Concierge for its Eldorado and Marion locations. Banking or customer service experience is required. You can apply online here.

Illinois Central School Bus is looking for School Bus Drivers and School Bus Monitors in Marion. A high school diploma or GED is required, and you must be 21-years-old to drive a school bus. Applicants must be 18-years-old to be a monitor on the school bus. The company will train new bus drivers to get their Illinois Class B Commercial Driver's License. For a limited time, there is a $500 bonus for those with no experience. There is also a $1,000 bonus for those who have their school bus permit. If interested, contact northamericacentral.com. For questions call, (618) 993-9170.

Tri-County Education is looking for Substitute Teachers, Substitute Aides, a Paraprofessional Healthcare Aide/individual Teachers Aide. If you love to work with children, this is the job for you. The locations for work are Jackson, Perry, and Union Counties. The qualifications include a high school diploma or GED and 60-hours of college-level credit. Preference will be for those with an Associates's Degree or higher education. For more information, contact Shelby Bremer at (618) 684-2109.

Evie Allen

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