Listing of Current Employment Opportunities and Proposal Requests

The City of Boyne City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Openings...

  • Emergency Medical Services Director - Boyne City, a quality, full-service, northern Michigan waterfront community of 3,800, with large seasonal peaks, is accepting applications for fulltime EMS Director for its ALS service servicing the City and seven surrounding Townships. Total year-round service population about 10,000. Involves hands on and supervisory duties. Demonstrated problem solving, public relations, communication, organizational, budgeting, grant writing and computer skills desired.  Should be EMT Paramedic with five-years experience and working knowledge of HIPPA and EMS operations. Instructor certifications preferred.  Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package. Submit resume, letter of interest, salary history and requirements with 3 references to: Michael Cain, City Manager, City of Boyne City at mcain@boynecity.com with ‘EMS Director’ in subject line by May 9, 2022. EOE

 

  • POLICE OFFICER - The City of Boyne City, population 3816, is seeking qualified applicants for a community-minded and team-oriented Police Officer. Boyne City is a thriving northern Michigan community. Here is the opportunity to work where everyone wants to play. Must be proficient at written and verbal communication and have excellent problem-solving skills. Selected applicant must be able to pass a physical, psychological exam and extensive background check. Must be M.C.O.L.E.S Certified or Certifiable. Comprehensive wage and benefit package. EOE. Submit letter of interest and resume to: (U.S. Mail preferred)  Kevin Spate, Chief of Police  319 N Lake St.  Boyne City, MI. 49712 or kspate@boynecity.com

 

  • Director of Public Works - Boyne City, a quality, full-service, northern Michigan waterfront community of 3,800, with large seasonal peaks, seeks leader for City’s Public Works, Parks, Maintenance and related operations. Water and sanitary sewer handled separately. Involves hands on and supervisory skills. Demonstrated creative problem solving, public relations, communication, organizational, budgeting and computer skills desired with an eye for detail while seeing the big picture.  Previous relevant experience preferred.  Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package. Will work with quality personnel and equipment in newer facilities.  Submit resume, letter of interest, salary history and requirements with 3 references to: Michael Cain, City Manager. EOE

 

  • Summer Seasonal Positions - Do you enjoy working outside...if so, one of these jobs might be for you! The City of Boyne City is currently accepting applications for full and part-time seasonal positions in the Public Works / Parks Department and Marina / Boat Launch. Due to the power equipment or lack of constant supervision, most of the positions require someone 18 years or older or have completed high school.  There are some exceptions depending on the department. Click here to download a general application form. Applications are due by April 29, 2022 or until all positions are filled.  E.O.E 

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General applications and resumes are accepted at all times and are kept on file for 1 year.

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Requests for Bids / Proposals

The City of Boyne City is seeking proposals/bids for the following item(s)...

  • BOYNE CITY DOWNTOWN HOUSING DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY - The City of Boyne City, Michigan, in partnership with the Boyne District Library seeks developers for a potential project site at the corner of Park Street and Ray Street. The project site consists of two parcels, 214 Ray Street, owned by the Library, and 211 South Park Street, owned by the City. The parcels total approximately 27,000 square feet. The site permits a mix of commercial and residential uses in the thriving downtown of Boyne City, an award-winning Main Street community.  Click here for full RFP.

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Bid / RFP / RFQ Disclaimer

Proposals are solicited only from responsible bidders known to be experienced and regularly engaged in work of similar character and scope to that covered in the Request for Proposals (RFP). Satisfactory evidence that the bidder has the necessary capital, equipment, personnel, experience, etc. to do the work may be required.

Bidders should contact City Hall prior to submitting a bid / proposal to ask if any addendums to have been issued to the specifications.  The City is not responsible for incomplete submissions.