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Positions open to the public are posted on the City’s website and various other locations such as, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other various on-line job posting sites, based on the position being solicited. To be notified when a job vacancy is posted on the City’s website signup for "Notify Me". Refer to the Employment Opportunities page of the City’s website for job vacancies and to apply.
The interview and selection process is tailored to each specific job and may include, but not limited to, oral interviews, written tests, physical ability tests, pre-employment criminal history, and drug screen. In addition, Police Department positions may include polygraph examinations, psychological and medical evaluations, and background investigation.
To be employed as the City Administrator for the City of Osage Beach, an individual must be at least twenty-four (24) years of age and to be a police officer for the City of Osage Beach (required by Missouri State Statutes) an individual must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
The City Administrator, along with all elected officials, must live in and be a resident of the City of Osage Beach.