Office Clerk

The City of St Clair is seeking a part-time Office Clerk. We are seeking a self-starter with the ability to deliver prompt and superior customer service while performing a variety of daily tasks.  This is an at-will non-union position with part-time benefits including vacation, personal days and monthly accrual of sick paid time off. The expected schedule will be three full days, one 1/2 day Monday-Thursday for a total of 30 hours per week. Flexibility for occasional Friday coverage is required. Starting wage: $15.50

Potential candidates should have experience in an office setting, performing administrative or office management duties with a general knowledge of office operations. Candidate should be proficient in the use of a variety of MS Windows based programs, experience with BS&A sofware a plus! Completed application or resume with references should be mailed to Annette Sturdy, City Clerk, 547 N. Carney Drive, St. Clair MI 48079 or to (subject line “Office Clerk”) by 4:00pm Tuesday, July 9, 2024.  All finalists will be subject to a background examination including criminal history and driving record.  MI law requires applicants to request confidentiality if desired.  EOE

Bridge Operator: M29 Bridge over Pine River

The City of St. Clair announces an opening for the seasonal part-time position of Bridge Operator.

The bridge operates May 1 through November 30. No experience required but boating knowledge preferred. Shifts are 8a-2p, 2p-8p and 8p-2a. Schedules will vary for approximately 30-35 hours a week or less. Rate of pay $15.45 per hour. Position will begin immediately upon completion and approval of pre-hire screening, including physical and drug screen. EOE

Applications can be submitted any time, into the drop box at City Hall, 547 N. Carney Drive, by fax 810-329-7997 or by email to:

Applications are kept on file for one year from date of receipt.

Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:

Family Medical Leave Act, FMLA

Equal Employment Opportunity, EEO

Employee Polygraph Protection Act, EPPA