Administrative Assistant - Clerk's Office
The Town of Twisp is seeking a PT Administrative Assistant to work in the Clerk’s office in support of the Mayor and Administrative staff. The perfect applicant is a quick learner with outstanding customer service skills; appreciates a busy and dynamic work environment; has computer experience with Word and Excel; possesses excellent communication and organizational skills; and a positive disposition. The position is 32 hours/week with Benefits. Hourly pay scale is $14.49-$18.00 dependent on qualifications. An application packet is available at Town Hall, 110 E. 2nd Ave or at www.townoftwisp.com/index.php/announcements. Position open until filled. Completed applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions? Contact 509-997-4081. The Town of Twisp is an equal opportunity employer.
Public Works Operator
$20.30 to $31.50 DOE
The Town of Twisp is adding a new team member to our public works department, and it could be you. Applications will be accepted for certified and non-certified public works operators. WDM and WWTP certifications are preferred but we will train the right candidate. The public works team is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Town’s water, wastewater, streets, parks, pool, and airport. An application and job description can be obtained by visiting www.townoftwisp.com, mail applications and resume to PO box 278 Twisp, WA. 98856, or email to: email@example.com (Resumes will be accepted but are not required).
Seeking applicants for a 32 hr/wk. Police Clerk position. Candidates should have: 2 or more yrs related office experience; strong computer and organizational skills; public service skills; strong verbal and written communications; and proven ability to exercise good judgement in stressful situations. Acceptable driver’s license record and background check are essential requirements. Current pay range is $15.00 to $18.22 per hour depending on experience. This position is under a collective bargaining agreement, including retirement, medical/vision/dental insurance, and paid leave benefits. An application packet can be obtained by visiting townoftwisp.com, or in person at Twisp Town Hall 110 E. 2nd Ave, Twisp, WA 98856. Applications can be returned at Town Hall or via email - firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions please contact Randy Kilmer, 509-997-4081. Open until filled; first review June 24th, 2022. The Town of Twisp is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Lifeguards for Summer of 2022
The Town of Twisp is accepting applications for Lifeguards for summer employment. Applicants must be at least 15 years old, confident swimmers and able to obtain any Certification Training required, which will be provided by the Town. A background check is also required (if the application is a minor, a parent/legal guardian must sign the release authorization for the background check). The pay starts at $16/hr. Applications are available at Town Hall at 110 E. Second Ave or online. Questions call Lori Rodio 509-997-1311 or email email@example.com. EOE
If you have an interest in strengthening our town and serving our people, the Town of Twisp needs volunteers for the following positions: :Planning Commission (one position open, at large), and Parks & Recreation Commission (one position open, at large), Board of Adjustments, and Civil Service Commission. Applicants must be a resident of the Town of Twisp. Please submit a letter of interest or an application (available at Town Hall or online at www.townoftwisp.com) to the Clerk/Treasurer at 110 E. 2nd Ave, PO Box 278, Twisp, WA 98856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Building Inspector Position Open
The Town of Twisp is seeking to hire a part-time Building Inspector, 8 hours per week at $25.00 per hour. The Building Inspector will administer the adopted building and structural codes for the Town of Twisp, including permit processing, plan review, and building inspections. The Building Inspector is also responsible for interpreting and enforcing adopted codes relating to the construction and renovation of buildings. Candidates must have graduated from high school or have obtained a GED. The position requires certification as a Certified Building Official, Certified Plans Examiner, and Certified Commercial Building Inspector. Applications packets and instructions can be found below or at Twisp Town Hall 110 E. 2nd Ave. Twisp WA 98856. If you have questions please contact Clerk/Treasurer Randy Kilmer – 509-997-4081 or at email@example.com The Town of Twisp is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Town of Twisp
March 14, 2022
Shoreline Master Program Update Getting Underway
The Town of Twisp will be initiating the public process for completing the required periodic review of its Shoreline Master Program (SMP) in April, 2022. The city adopted its first SMP in 1991 after using the Okanogan County Shoreline Master Program since 1976 then prepared and adopted the current SMP following a comprehensive update in 2012.
The Town is required to have an SMP in compliance with the Shoreline Management Act, passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor in the early 1970s. The Act requires that each county, city or town that contains a river or stream with a mean annual flow of 20 cubic feet per second or a lake greater than 20 acres in size, prepare and adopt a Shoreline Master Program. The SMP is a combination comprehensive plan and zoning code for areas under shoreline jurisdiction, that area lying 200 feet landward on a horizontal plane from the ordinary-high-water-mark or floodway boundary, whichever is greater, and any associated wetlands. Twisp has shoreline areas along the Twisp and Methow Rivers.
Land uses within shoreline jurisdiction in the community include residential, commercial, public, industrial and undeveloped. The SMP contains permitting requirements and regulations for a variety of land uses within shoreline jurisdiction with the overall goal that the shoreline area be managed to “ensure no net loss” of shoreline functions and values. With Twisp’s shoreline areas a combination of developed and previously developed but now vacant land, the updated SMP will affect new and significant redevelopment of land within shoreline jurisdiction. Most common activities, e.g. building a single family home and appurtenant structures, remodeling within an existing structure footprint and other low impact activities under a state defined amount are exempt from permitting but do require compliance with the SMP.
The Planning Commission, filling the role of the Shoreline Advisory Committee will hold occasional public meetings throughout 2022 and into 2023 as work on the update progresses. The Town has created a link on its Webpage, www.townoftwisp.com, that provides a presentation that provides background information on the Shoreline Management Act, an overview of the City’s existing SMP and the process being used for the periodic update. The website also contains a link to a community survey regarding the Shoreline Master Program. The website and survey will be going live on March 18, 2022.
Any questions can be directed to Amy Grennell at Town Hall 509 997-4081 or Kurt Danison, Planner at 509 322 4037.