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Police Officer/ Candidate

Haw River Police Department

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Maintenance Worker II


Town of Haw River Pay Grade: 13

Salary Range: $29,936.77 - $44,905.17 DOQ


Performs routine to semi-skilled manual labor in the maintenance of streets, water and sewer lines and similar work with other municipal structures, facilities, and grounds.


 Completion of High School or GED equivalency and three years or more of work experience in the installation and maintenance of water and sewer pipes, excavation and pavement of streets and drains, and trades maintenance of buildings and grounds. The combination of education, training, and experience should demonstrate competency with equipment operation and ability to complete assignments.

Special Requirements:

NC Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-B)

NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Water Distribution Grade C and Sewage Collection Certificate Grade I

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Assistant Public Works Director



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Town of Haw River Pay Grade: 22
Salary Range: $46,441.29 - $69,661.91 DOQ


The purpose of this job is to coordinate and supervise the field operations within the Public Works & Utilities Department and assist the Director with the creation and maintenance of systems, and records, and to serve as the Director in his absence. This position works independently, under limited supervision.

Applications can be obtained from The Haw River Town website or Town Hall.

The Town of Haw River is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information contact:

Director of Public Works-Robert Brewer at 336-578-5238.

Please submit your complete application to Robert Brewer by email at or by mail at

Town of Haw River

Attn: Robert Brewer

P.O. Box 103
Haw River, NC 27258
Position Open Until Filled.

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