Full-time Employment Opportunities & Application Process

To view job openings or to apply online visit City of Columbus Employment Opportunities or call or email City Human Resources 812-376-2570 or humanresources@columbus.in.gov to make an appointment to apply in person if you need help, accommodations or don’t have access to the internet elsewhere. We welcome all applicants and are pleased to schedule an appointment for you to apply in person.

Parks Part-time & Seasonal Employment Opportunities & Application Process

  • View the job description for the open position(s) below.

  • Download the “Parks & Recreation Part-Time Application” which is available in PDF format.

  • View the  “Instructions for Part-Time/Seasonal Applicants” section below to ensure you properly submit your application.

Instructions for Part-Time/Seasonal Applicants (Full-time positions have a different process, see above):

  1. Download and complete the application form (hard copies also available for pickup at Donner Center located at 739 22nd Street).
    • Parks & Recreation Part-Time Application (PDF Format)
  2. Turn in the application to Donner Center by one of the following methods:

Parks Department
Donner Center
PO Box 858
Columbus, Indiana 47202

All applications are held on file until the end of each calendar year.

The City of Columbus is an Equal Opportunity Employer- Discrimination in employment because of race, religion, creed, color, natural origin, ancestry, disability, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States is prohibited by City policy. In addition, the City employment policy requires compliance with national and state employment practices, laws and regulations.

La Ciudad de Columbus es un Empleador de igualdad de oportunidades- la discriminación en el empleo por motivos de raza, religión, credo, color, origen natural, ascendencia, discapacidad, edad, sexo, orientación sexual, identidad de género o servicio en las Fuerzas armadas de los EEUU está prohibida por la política de la Ciudad. Además, la política de empleo de la Ciudad requiere el cumplimiento de las prácticas, leyes y regulaciones laborales nacionales y estatales.