OPEN POSITION - Immediate opening
Brunswick Hills Township is looking to hire a full-time laborer position. All applicants must be 18 years or older. The person must be able to pass a physical, background check, and drug test. They should have the ability to stand/walk for an extended period of time in any weather conditions. This person should have the ability to lift/move 50 pounds and able to operate various machines and equipment. A valid driver’s license is needed along with a clean driving record. A valid Class “A” commercial drivers license is preferred, a Class “B” is acceptable. Applications are available on this website on the Current Information page. Please submit the applications and resume to Road Foreman Cory Schultz at email@example.com. For any questions please call 330-220-4784.
Under the direction of Service Department Foreman Cory Schultz, the Service Department is responsible for the maintenance of 31 miles of Township dedicated roadways, Township owned equipment and township owned buildings.
There are 4 full time employees with additional on-call personnel utilized throughout the year as needed and regularly on-call during the winter months.
The Service Department works closely with the Medina County Highway Engineer, Medina County Parks and the Cemetery Sexton as needed.
This department is responsible for handling snow removal and ice control for approximately 62 lane miles of township roadways with hills, school bus routes and interstate overpasses given priority.
Some of the regular road maintenance includes asphalt patching, berming, roadside ditching or culvert pipe replacement to ensure proper road drainage, mowing of township owned open space and facilities, and keeping storm sewers free of ice and debris.
When purchasing a vehicle license plate or renewal, a portion of the fee goes to your residential taxing district. Be sure to indicate “Brunswick Hills Township” as your taxing district. This will keep a portion of your tax dollars where you live and drive.
2022 Annual Service Report
Cory Schultz, Foreman
Service Department: 330-220-4784
Email Township road concerns to: firstname.lastname@example.org