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WANTED: Luther Code Enforcement Officer

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Town of Luther, OK       Full-Time Code Enforcement Officer

The Town of Luther is growing! Less than 20 minutes from Oklahoma City and Edmond on Historical Route 66, we are actively promoting local economic development. Effective code enforcement is a vital part of our plan. We are seeking a full-time Code Enforcement Officer. The Town of Luther’s benefit package includes paid training, employer paid health and life insurance for the employee, and voluntary dental and vision benefits.

Qualified applicants must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License and possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Code Enforcement or related experience is a plus.

The starting pay is for this position is from $11.00 to $13.00 per hour, depending on experience.

Application and Job Description are available at Town Hall, 108 S Main, Luther, OK 73054, and on our website at www.townoflutherok.com.

Submit application and signed copy of job description to:

Town of Luther, Attention: Town Manager, PO Box 56, Luther, OK 73054, deliver to Town Hall at 108 S Main, Luther, OK 73054, or submit application via email to [email protected] with “Code Enforcement” in subject line.

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  1. Ive lived in Luther since 1995. The town has grown and for the most part taken very good care of. A code enforcement officer is going to be a mistake. We are a small town and thats why I built my home here. Ive raised 4 kids in Luther and its been nice to live here. We go through police officers like candy. Get rid of one police officer that had great customer service skills and took his job very seriuos with a great attitude. You get a code enforcement officer telling people what they can do and what they cant do it wont go over well.

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