Human Resources Contact Information
Our Human Resources Department recruits, trains and helps retain top talent for all positions in our municipal government.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
The Municipality of Mt. Lebanon recruits candidates for employment in a wide variety of full-time, part-time and seasonal jobs. Mt. Lebanon is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, religion, national origin, race, color, ancestry, disabilities or any other characteristic protected by law. Reasonable accommodations for the needs of otherwise qualified applicants with disabilities will be made upon request. All information requested through the application process is solicited for the purpose of determining abilities and skills required for proper job placement and to facilitate verification of the information requested.
School Crossing Guard
The Mt. Lebanon Police Department is accepting applications for School Crossing Guards. Uniform and paid training provided. All crossing guards start as substitutes.
View complete Job Description
2023-2024 school year:
Guard 1: $16.65 per hour plus $5.25 a day for travel allowance.
Guard 2: $17.15 per hour plus $5.25 a day for travel allowance.
Must have a High School Diploma or GED, transportation and valid driver’s license, and required clearances: PA State Police Criminal History Report (Act 34); Child Abuse Clearance Report (Act 151); Federal Criminal History Report (Act 114).
How To Apply
Applications are available at the Mt. Lebanon Municipal Building, 710 Washington Road, or Public Safety Building, 555 Washington Road, weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications should be returned to: HR Administrator, 710 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15228. Questions, call Supervisor Kroner 412-343-4540.
Mt. Lebanon will make reasonable accommodations to its programs and services to assure access to all persons. If because of a disability you require an accommodation, please contact Bonnie Cross, Human Resources director, at 412-343-3625.
Junior Commissioner/Junior Board Member
Becoming a Mt. Lebanon Junior Commissioner or Junior Board Member is a great way to learn more about how local government operates and to see whether you might be interested in a career in public service. A Junior Commissioner or Board Member also has the opportunity to convey student concerns/opinions to the elected officials and to educate fellow high school students about issues facing the community.
The Junior Commissioner must live in Mt. Lebanon and be a junior or first-semester senior at Mt. Lebanon High School. So students who apply should be rising juniors or seniors. Applicants must have a grade point average of at least 2.5. The Junior Commissioner will serve for one semester (September-December and February-May). Junior Board Members serve for the school year. They can be sophomores, juniors or seniors and go to any public, private or home school. They must be Mt. Lebanon residents.
Mt. Lebanon Municipality is seeking two qualified students who reside in Mt. Lebanon to serve as junior commissioners and others to fill positions as junior board members for the upcoming school year.
Get full details and find an application here.
Public Information Office Intern/Mt. Lebanon Magazine Intern
An internship with the Mt. Lebanon Public Information Office gives you the opportunity to put your journalistic writing skills to work while gaining working knowledge of public relations in a small office environment. You work closely with the Public Information Officer as well as members of other departments of the Mt. Lebanon municipality to publish a monthly magazine, keep the community informed about important issues and produce events of varying sizes and purposes. Working so closely with the community opens doors for volunteer opportunities and forges connections with influential and respected citizens of Pittsburgh.
We are looking for college juniors or seniors pursuing degrees in communications, journalism, public relations or a related field. Interns may learn about the following:
- Media contacts and news releases
- Special events
- Researching and writing magazine articles
- Setting up photo shoots
- Working on flyers and brochures
- Planning promotions
- Developing content for municipal websites and social media
Candidates should be at least a junior and have the following credentials:
- Good writing skills
- Strong verbal communication and telephone skills
- People skills
- Creativity and enthusiasm
- Computer skills
Please Note: This is a non-paying internship but may be done for college credit. Schedule is flexible, two or three days a week for a total of 15-20 hours. Work may also involve projects for Mt. Lebanon’s Commercial Districts and Recreation Departments. The office is convenient to public transit.
How To Apply
Diverse candidates are welcome. Prior knowledge of Mt. Lebanon is not necessary.
LeboLife Blogger, Mt. Lebanon Magazine Website
Mt. Lebanon Magazine is seeking contributors to its LeboLife Blog.
LeboLife blogs are posted every Tuesday, featuring first-person content on topics ranging from recipes to holiday traditions to expert tips to stories about life here in Mt. Lebanon. Bloggers must have a connection to the community. They can be a current resident, a graduate or an expat. They must have strong writing skills with a basic knowledge of AP Style and be prepared to pitch story ideas and meet deadlines. Bloggers receive $30 per contribution. They are added to the Blogger Roll Call on Mt. Lebanon Magazine’s website after three contributions.
They must submit a minimum of one blog every two years to maintain a spot on the Roll Call. Diverse voices encouraged.
How To Apply
Send three writing samples to Stephanie Hacke, Mt. Lebanon Magazine’s Online Editor. You may also send to her at: 710 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15228
If you prefer to submit a written application for a posted position, please download the Application for Employment
Resumes and applications for employment are only accepted for positions which are currently vacant. Applications will not be accepted after the due date posted or advertised.
Police Application Fee
This fee is accepted only when the police are recruiting for a current test group. The testing is now closed.