The Village of Lyndon is taking applications for Part-Time Public Works employee.
This will be for general maintenance. Must have a valid Illinois Drivers License. Must be able to work a flexible schedule and be dependable.
Applications are available at Village Hall, 605 W. Commercial, Lyndon, IL between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.
All applicants must pass a drug test and background check.
The Village of Lyndon is an equal opportunity employer.
Nestled conveniently 3 miles off of I-88 in Whiteside County, The Village of Lyndon, IL is approximately 35 minutes from the Quad Cities to the west and 2 hours from Chicago to the east. The Rock River runs adjacent to the entire village on its way west towards the Mississippi River in Moline, IL. Lyndon is a river town with a rich and quite interesting history.
Lyndon is known as the “Crow Capital of the World” celebrated in the past with a Crow Festival. It is also home to a metal truss bridge which was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2003, known as the Lyndon Bridge. The Lyndon Bridge is and continues to be influential on Lyndon’s history and development as it once provided farmers easier access over the Rock River, but it now a recreational and historical destination.
Lyndon is a quiet, safe and peaceful small town with a sense of community. A place where there’s no traffic and you can always find a parking space. It’s a place where you can see the stars at night and hear the wildlife – a place where the air is fresh and life is simpler.