Think Fishers DPW for summer jobs


With warmer months ahead, many seasonal positions are ready to be filled at Fishers Department of Public Works. Seasonal positions can be a perfect fit for college and high school students who want to work a lot of hours during the summer.


“Residents get out and enjoy our parks and trails; the sports fields are full of kids; special events throughout Fishers become more frequent and street maintenance becomes a priority,” said Fishers Director of Public Relations Autumn Gasior. “DPW maintains facilities, HSE grounds, all the sports fields and our public infrastructure. DPW is a force that maintains our lauded quality of life—these seasonal positions help get the job done.”

Seasonal workers perform general labor to supplement the non-seasonal city workforce to ensure city streets, right-of-ways, parks grounds and facilities are maintained.

“DPW has a lot of responsibility once spring arrives. Grass starts to grow, construction season kicks off and the sports fields are active,” she said. “The seasonal jobs help our full-time DPW staff with the extra work.”

Fishers Department of Public Works seasonal jobs:

Approximately 55 jobs available: parks, street and facility maintenance

Employees get a variety of experiences

Some evening, weekend and holiday hours will be required

Minimum of 16 years old to apply

Most positions pay at least $10 an hour.

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