Hiring Snowplow Driver

Hiring Snowplow Driver

Seasonal Part-Time Maintenance Associate

We are seeking an experienced Equipment Operator/Laborer to assist with snow removal during the winter for clearing and spreading salt on Township roads and Township property parking lots and walkways.  Position requires flexibility to be on call 24/7 for inclement weather conditions and is a seasonal position at $13.00 per hour wage.

The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, possess a strong work ethic, be a proficient equipment operator (preferably knowledge of 5 speed, Ford F350/550 with an asher box and 8’ & 10’ blade, backhoe and loader), and be able to recognize potential hazards while operating equipment.  Ability to communicate with Supervisor and following directions.  Will possess a valid driver’s license, a responsible driver history, and able to lift 80 lbs.  Must be able to follow basic safety procedures.  Ability to work in inclement weather conditions such as rain and cold.  Must be able to commit to all shifts assigned during the snow removal season including weekends and holidays.

Job duties:

  • Participate in snow removal activities including loading vehicles with chemicals, stalking of the salt bay, chemical application, plowing, etc.
  • Participate in the maintenance and cleaning of equipment after use.
  • Manual labor, equipment operation, inspections, roadway and roadside repairs, vegetation control, monitor and repair drainage, landscaping, and snow removal, and anything else instructed to do by the Department Head.
  • May be required to operate and maintain specialized equipment (mowers, loaders, tractors, backhoe, boom mower)

Applications are available here and at the Township Office during regular business hours (8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Mon-Fri)

The application deadline is Friday, August 30, 2019, at 4 p.m.


Accepting Police Officer Employment Applications

Accepting Police Officer Employment Applications

Greenfield Township Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants for Full-Time and Part-Time Patrolmen.   Patrolmen will work varies shifts in the municipality, back-up for the School Resource Officer, and security at select school events.  Starting hourly rate of $17 plus an attractive uniform allowance.

Shifts to back-up the School Resource Officer will be at the Claysburg-Kimmel High School and Elementary School.   School sporting events and other school events are at an overtime rate.  Aggressive Driver and Buckle-Up details will also be available at an overtime rate.

All applicants must be Act 120 certified in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and have excellent communication & interpersonal skills.  All offers of employment are subject to successfully passing Act 151, Act 34 and FBI clearances, as well as passing a physical, psych evaluation, and background check.

No application deadline; the Board of Supervisors are always open to reviewing employment applications from interested individuals.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Police Application

Full-Time, Uniform Employee Benefits

Recycling Bins CLOSED at the Township

Recycling Bins CLOSED at the Township

We know recycling is important to you. However, the recycling bins at the Township are full; therefore, we have them closed. The gentleman responsible for emptying the bins has had some unfortunate circumstances to prevent him from maintaining these bins. The Township has been in contact with IRC (formerly Blair County Waste Management). They have given permission for our residents to take their recycling to the Duncansville Recycling Center at 16906 Dunnings Hwy; south of Inlow’s Drive-In restaurant.

For additional information about the Duncansville Recycling location, here is their link: http://ircenvironment.org/composting/r-d-composting-facility

The Duncansville Recycling Center is open Tuesdays from noon to 5 p.m.


The recycling center at the township is permanently closed.   We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.  In order to be approved for a recycling grant, the Township Supervisors would need to require residents recycle, have a trash hauler, and ban burning in the township.   The Supervisors understand these options are not possible for all the residents in Greenfield Township; therefore, they opted not to make these changes.