Employment Opportunities

The Centre Region Parks and Recreation is hiring for a Parks Specialist I
The Centre Region Code Administration is hiring a Fire & Life Safety Inspector/Firefighter
The Centre Region Code Administration is hiring a Fire & Life Safety Inspector 


 Please visit the link below for job opportunities at Schlow Library. 

Please visit the link below for job opportunities with the 
Parks and Recreation Agency. 

Summary of COG Employee Benefits
Full-Time COG employees enjoy a competitive benefits package that includes:
  • Paid Holidays.
  • Paid Sick, Vacation, and Personal Days.
  • Paid Medical Insurance – Capital Blue Cross PPO (Preferred Provider Organization).
  • Dental / Vision Reimbursement Program.
  • Waiver reimbursement (20% of the annual premium) for employees who choose to waive medical and/or dental/vision coverage because they have coverage elsewhere.
  • Paid Life Insurance.
  • Mandatory 401(a) retirement plan with a 4.5% employer match.
  • Eligible for TIAA-CREF retirement plan after 2 years of service - 2.5% employee / 7.5% employer contribution
    (Schlow Centre Region Library employees only).
  • Voluntary 457 & Roth IRA plans are also available, as well as supplemental life insurance, long-term disability insurance, and flexible spending account (FSA) options.
  • Employee training and development opportunities.
  • Tuition reimbursement.
  • Eligible to join PSECU Credit Union.
  • Wellness Program that includes morale-boosting events, healthy activity challenges, a health improvement reimbursement program, prizes, and more!
  • Pro-rated benefits may be available to some eligible part-time employees (depending upon the number of hours worked).
We strive to maintain a welcoming, energetic, helpful, and knowledgeable team of individuals. Together we work to make the Centre Region a better place to live, work, and play. Come join us!

The Centre Region Council of Governments is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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