Listing of Current Employment Opportunities and Proposal Requests

The City of Boyne City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Openings...

Water/Wastewater Superintendent - The City of Boyne City, a Northern Michigan waterfront community of 3,853, is seeking a can-do individual for this full-time department head position.  Position responsible for managing operations of the City’s Water and Wastewater high performing distribution, collection and treatment systems involving both hands on and supervisory skills. Demonstrated problem solving, public relations, communication, organizational, budgeting and computer skills desired.  Should have, or able to obtain in short order, Michigan B wastewater and D2 S3 water licenses.  Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package. Previous employee retired after 30+ years in the profession.  Submit resume, letter of interest, salary history and requirements with 3 references to: Michael Cain, City Manager at mcain@boynecity.com with ‘W/WW Superintendent’ in subject line by January 16, 2023. Position open until filled.  www.cityofboynecity.com  EOE

Executive Assistant - The award-winning Northern Michigan lakefront community of Boyne City seeks a quick learning, self-reliant, problem solver to fill the position of Executive Assistant to the City Manager.  Must be able to work independently and with others in an unpredictable, fast paced, problem solving, environment. The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and verbal abilities, be detail orientated, possess exceptional organizational, written, verbal, public relations, computer and clerical skills. This role requires a person who is organized, personable yet firm and confidential while maintaining a high functioning work environment.  Some evening meetings required. Comprehensive wage and benefit package.  If you are that person, we invite you to provide a cover letter, resume, salary history and requirements, and three references to Michael Cain, City Manager at mcain@boynecity.com with ‘Executive Assistant’ in the subject line by January 16, 2023.  Position open until filled.  www.cityofboynecity.com  EOE

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. Some evening meetings required. 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 at mcain@boynecity.com by January 16, 2023. Position open until filled. EOE  www.boynecity.com ‚Äč  

Boyne City Main Street Executive Director - Boyne City’s nationally award-winning Michigan Main Street/DDA Program is seeking a leader to build on its success by taking our volunteer-driven organization to the next level.  Boyne is a thriving, four-season waterfront community with a reputation for leadership, creativity and progress.  Searching for:  a strong supporter of the DDA/Main Street Program, self-starter capable of working in independent situations, able to work with a volunteer board to which he or she reports, diplomatic and able to work with a wide variety of people, skilled communicator, an awareness of historic preservation, highly organized, very adaptable and capable of fitting into the community while also bringing new ideas and a fresh approach to the Main Street process. Previous Main Street, DDA, and economic development experience a plus.  Comprehensive wage (DOQ) and benefit package.  Send cover letter, resume, wage history and 3 references to Boyne City Main Street Program boynecitymainstreetchair@gmail.com by 1/30/23. Open until filled.  EOE www.boynecitymainstreet.com

     

Part-Time Winter Ice Rink Attendant:     

The Department of Public Works is seeking a candidate to work as a rink attendant at our Avalanche Ice Rink during the winter months. The primary tasks include:

Opening, tending to and closing the Warming Hut each shift
Warming Hut building cleaning & maintenance tasks
Assist with ice rink cleaning and flooding at Avalanche
Distributing ice skates and sleds
Directing rink and hill users on safety requirements
Sharpening ice skates

The seasonal position will work 8-16 hours per week.

Paid on call Paramedic and AEMT/EMT positions:  Job description: To provide effective, efficient, and appropriate care to the sick and injured individuals of Boyne. Be able to lead in stressful situations using empathy, problem solving, and skills designated to licensure. Be able to effectively work with team members, maintain clean and organized work environments and help keep trucks stocked. Be able to complete medical documentation, be able to maintain personal stamina and wellbeing to properly care for patients and be able to maintain personal safety as well as the safety of teammates.  Boyne City has a coverage area consisting of Boyne City and seven surrounding townships. Boyne City EMS receives an average of 1500 calls per year. The total year-round population is approximately 10,000. Our agency covers two stations 24-7 with ALS services.  Applicant must possess a valid Michigan driver’s license and appropriate Michigan EMS license. Be able to lift a minimum of 75 pounds. Submit to a background check and complete orientation.  Scheduling is flexible. Well maintained living quarters with applicable amenities provided during shift. Paramedic pay is $200 per diem per 12 hours shift and 25.00 additional per hour while on 911 calls.  AEMT pay is 175.00 per diem per 12-hour shift and 18.00 additional per hour when on 911 calls.  EMT Pay is $150 per diem per 12-hours shift and 15.00 additional per hour while on 911 calls.  For questions or to apply please email your resume to EMS@Boynecity.com with appropriate “Paramedic, AEMT and/or EMT” in subject line.  EOE

 

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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)...

  • NEWSPAPER OF RECORD - 

    The City of Boyne City will receive sealed bids at the City Clerk’s offices, 319 North Lake Street, Boyne City, MI 49712, for Newspaper of Record at the Boyne City Hall until Wednesday, February 8th, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.

    Proposals will be publicly opened and read at that time at the Boyne City Hall, 319 North Lake Street, Boyne City, Michigan. Bids shall be submitted in sealed envelopes and plainly marked “NEWSPAPER OF RECORD BIDS”; CITY OF BOYNE CITY.

    Bids are being solicited only from responsible and established bidders known to be experienced and regularly engaged in the referenced work. The contact is Jessica Puroll, City Clerk/Treasurer who can be reached at 231.582.0334 or jpuroll@boynecity.com.

    Sealed proposals must be submitted on the forms furnished by the City.

    The City Commission reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to accept any bid which, in their opinion, is most advantageous to the City. Click here for full bid specifications

  • 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.