City of Culver Position Opening

Public Works Supervisor

The City of Culver is accepting applications for the position of PUBLIC WORKS SUPERVISOR.

This position requires exceptional communication and customer service skills as well as a thorough knowledge of all duties relating to all aspects of public works for a small city.  Will be expected to work independently, be able to multi-task between office and field work, this is a very labor-intensive position. It includes all operations and maintenance activities of the Public Works Department.  The department includes maintenance, operation of a wastewater collection and treatment system; parks; buildings and grounds; streets; vehicles and equipment.  This is a full time, salaried position ($2,930-$4,801/mo. without certification; $3,713-$5,591/mo. with certification.)

An application, job description and supplemental questionnaire are available at Culver City Hall, 200 First Ave., Culver, OR  97734.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled.  Please submit application packet by 5:00 p.m. Friday October 12, 2018.  Contact [email protected] or call 541-546-6494 for more information.  EOE/AA.

City Recorder/Manager: Donna McCormack

Donna has worked for the City of Culver since 2005. Prior to 2005 she was the City Recorder for the City of Metolius (our neighbor just to the North)

She has been very involved in the expansion of the wastewater treatment facility for both cities.  Donna has two adult children and most of her family lives in Central Oregon.

She appreciates that Culver is a very friendly community with all of the benefits of a small town.  

If you would like to contact Donna, please call 541-546-6494 or e-mail: [email protected]  


Public Works Director: Chris Funk

Chris is a native Oregonian who moved to Culver in 1981. He graduated from Culver High School in 1987 and then enlisted in the Army. Chris moved back to Culver with his wife

Carol in 1989 and raised their son, Tyler, who graduated from Culver High School in 2011.  Chris and his family moved to Lincoln City, Oregon in 2011 and then returned to Culver

in 2015. He has been involved with several community groups, including the Culver Fire Department, Jefferson County Little League, Jefferson County EMS, Jefferson County Fire

District and Kiwanis Soccer.

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