Employment Opportunities with the Borough of Wyomissing
To maintain operations, the Borough of Wyomissing has over 50 full time employees. There are also numerous part time employees hired in various capacities. As vacancies occur they will be posted here on this web page. Your completed application can be brought to the Borough Hall or mailed to Wyomissing Borough Hall, Attention: Employment Application, 22 Reading Boulevard, Wyomissing, PA 19610-2083. Some positions may have additional requirements beyond the standard application. Please be sure to read the job announcement carefully so that all application requirements are met. Incomplete applications may be rejected.
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING POLICE OFFICERS AND CAREER FIREFIGHTERS... The sworn police officers and career fire fighters are hired under civil service rules, and require special application procedures. Applications for police officer and fire fighters are ONLY accepted when they are advertised. The Borough does not hire part time police officers.
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CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS:
(Updated June 24, 2014)
No openings at this time
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Please note that unsolicited applications that are received will be held for a period of 6 months in the event a vacancy occurs.
The Borough of Wyomissing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Borough’s personnel policies are designed to assure nondiscriminatory treatment to all individuals with regard to employment, rates of pay, and all other terms and conditions of employment regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, veteran’s status, or non-job related physical or mental disability. The Borough is committed to hiring qualified individuals with disabilities and does not discriminate in hiring, employment, job assignment, promotion, discipline, or termination against individuals with disabilities. the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA) require reasonable accommodation of individuals and prohibits employment discrimination against disabled persons. The ADA and PHRA permit you to voluntarily identify or disclose during the hiring process or anytime after employment information about any physical or mental limitations that you believe may or may not interfere with your capability to do the job or for the Borough to consider special arrangements to accommodate the physical or mental impairment.