Human Resources

Looking for a way to serve the community? Consider employment or a volunteer position with the Town of Ledgeview. Town employees serve an important role in the everyday functions of the community. The links below provide further information about employment and volunteer opportunities.

To submit an application, or to receive more information, contact the Town Offices at (920) 336-3360. You may download our Job Application form here or our Volunteer Sign-up Sheet here.

Current Openings

Full-Time Positions: There are no openings at this time

Seasonal Positions:  There are no openings at this time.

Part-Time Positions:  Firefighters – Paid on Call / Part – time

The Town of Ledgeview Fire Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Paid-On-Call Firefighter. These positions require the firefighter to respond to calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, when they are available to do so or when they agree to work an on-call rotation. The average time required to work these positions varies, but minimum training is required which is 8-12 hours a month. See the linked position description for more details.

Completed application and resume are to be delivered via email to The position will be open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted.
Questions regarding these positions should be directed to Interim Chief Chris Hohol via email at

The Town of Ledgeview is an equal opportunity employer.


Committee Volunteers:

Volunteers fill a key role in running organizations and the Town of Ledgeview takes pride in the many wonderful volunteers that serve our community.  Volunteers make up an integral part of the Town by begin a part of our Beautification Subcommittee, Board of Review, Park, Recreation & Forestry Committee, Personnel & Finance Committee, Redevelopment Authority Committee, Zoning and Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals as well as running and working the Elections as an election inspector or chief inspector.

All committees make recommendations that are ultimately approved by the Town Board, and are extremely important to municipal government.  Currently, we have six (6) vacancies that need to be filled.  All meetings meet at a minimum of once a month with the exception of Board of Review, which is a yearly occurrence.  We also are in need of alternate citizen members for both the Zoning Board of Appeals and Board of Review so those members are at an at-needed-basis.  As always, we are looking for anyone that would like to perform a part of his or her civic duty in becoming an election inspector.

The Town of Ledgeview is fortunate to have a lot of greenspace and several parks that benefit the community as a whole, The Park, Recreation and Forestry Committee plays an important role in maintaining and creating these amenities.  We currently have a position open on this committee, so if you love the outdoors and take pride in your surroundings, your voice can be heard by becoming a member.  This committee does everything from developing a new bike or walking path, acquiring land for future park use, upgrading and maintain current facilities and is responsible for the implementation of the Comprehensive Park and Outdoor Recreation Plan.

A second tier of the Park, Recreation and Forestry Committee is the Beautification Subcommittee, which also has a vacancy.  The Beautification Subcommittee mainly focuses on maintaining aesthetics of public lands like trail paintings and banners, as well as recommendations on landscaping and pruning.

Do you ever wonder why or how certain projects are built in the location that they do?  Or why there are so many local rules and ordinances for property owners?  Perhaps you can ease your inquisitive mind and join the Zoning & Planning Commission!  The Zoning and Planning Commission is at times nicknamed the “Town Planning Agency” as they are the group that has a lot of powers and duties that further the health, safety, welfare and use of resources for the benefit of current and future residents of the Town as well as neighboring jurisdictions.  The Town has significant citizen involvement through adoption and implementation of the comprehensive planning and as such, members of this Commission are allowed a small compensation per meeting for their involvement.  No background or experience necessary.

If any of the above peaks your interest or you have a desire to help your community but are unsure of how to do so, please give us a call or even attend a meeting to see if this would fulfill that desire.  If you have questions, do not hesitate to reach out to town staff and we will do our best to get you all the answers you need.

~ The Town Appreciates You ~

 please submit a Volunteer Sign-up Sheet.