Plain Township is looking for its next Assistant Fire Chief to serve Plain Township and the City of New Albany. The salary is set at $131,539 plus the township picks up the full 12.25% of the Ohio Police & Fire Pension employee contribution – valued at $16,114 – and paid as a fringe benefit. Medical, Vision, Dental, and short-term disability insurance are provided along with a Health Reimbursement Account and life insurance. Benefits include 11 paid holidays and 130 hours of sick leave annually. An Assistant Chief take-home vehicle will be provided.
Applications will be accepted through January 31. Please send a cover letter, resume, and credentials to Plain Township Administrator Ben Collins at email@example.com. See the job opening announcement and job description for additional details.
Plain Township is located northeast of Columbus, Ohio in Franklin County. Plain Township serves the City of New Albany within Franklin County and serves a combined area of 13,000 residents. The City of New Albany (newalbanyohio.org) was named the number one suburb in America by Business Insider. It is a progressive and growing community of excellence with multiple Fortune 500 companies and a diverse mix of commercial development. The recent announcement of Intel’s $20 billion investment in New Albany has dubbed the area as the Silicon Heartland. Boasting a top 20 school district, McCoy Center for the Arts, Hinson Amphitheater, award-winning parks, and 55 miles of leisure trails, this is a great place to call home.
• Population (2020): 12,960
• Median Household Income: $200,580
• Median Home Value: $515,100
• Median Age: 39.2