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Sewer District hiring 10 Good Neighbor Ambassadors
for innovative community program

On-the-ground employees connect the Sewer District with the community.

Cleveland (March 4, 2019) – The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is hiring 10 Good Neighbor Ambassadors to assist with community outreach in neighborhoods where the agency has active construction projects. Interested candidates can learn more about this opportunity at one of two informational meetings this month.

The Ambassadors act as liaisons between the Sewer District, the general public and various community and business organizations. Our Ambassadors keep residents up to date on work in their neighborhood by distributing informational materials, answering questions and addressing concerns about the Sewer District’s construction projects.

Meeting details:

March 18, 2019                                                                         March 25, 2019
4:30 – 5:30 p.m.                                                                       4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
NEORSD Offices                                                                        NEORSD Offices
3900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland                                                   3900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland

Free parking is available, and the Sewer District is conveniently located along the RTA HealthLine at the corner of Euclid Ave. and East 40th St. Please bring a photo ID for security. Interested candidates should contact Doria Horvath at [email protected] or 216.881.6600.

“The Good Neighbor Ambassador program is a great way for the Sewer District to serve our community,” said Demetrius Tucker, Good Neighbor Ambassador Supervisor. “The career-development training we offer prepares our team for full-time employment and, so far, 36 former ambassadors have found full-time jobs!”

Ambassadors perform clean-up and maintenance work near Sewer District construction sites and participate in educational and professional-development opportunities and community engagement. In addition, the program prepares Ambassadors for full-time employment. Each week, they receive career-development training on such topics as resume writing and personal-finance skills.

Candidates should have an in-depth knowledge of areas where the Sewer District has large construction projects including Glenville, University Circle, Tremont, Ohio City and East Cleveland

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