Friday, October 11, 2013

Marion County Courts Have Job Opening Paying $62.4 Million A Year, Parks Job Offers $78.9 Million

Obviously someone isn't proofing the job postings on the City of Indianapolis' website too closely. There's a job opening for an Assistant Director of Finance for the Marion Superior Court that pays $32,000 an hour, or $62.4 million annually.

Class Title:Assistant Director of Finance- Marion Superior Court
Bargaining Unit:Exempt and Non-exempt non-cba
Class Code:FIN/ACCT
Salary:$32,000.00 Hourly
$2,400,000.00 Biweekly
$62,400,000.00 Annually

If that job doesn't suit you, there's a job opening as a Senior Park Manager at Eagle Creek paying more than $78.95 million annually.

Class Title:Eagle Creek - Senior Park Manager
Bargaining Unit:Exempt and Non-exempt non-cba
Class Code:MGR
Salary:$78,956,800.00 Annually


Paul K. Ogden said...

In the listing of city contracts, it always puts three zeros at the end where the cents are. It must be some glitch in the software. So a $30,000 contract will be listed as for $30,000.000. It appears someone went and tried to add cents on manually and changed the previous dot to a comma. Just a guess.

Anonymous said...

You don't have to be bright to have a job in Marion County gov't, you just have to be blindly loyal or dumb enough to listen to your masters and go along with whatever b.s. is working it's way down the pipeline.

Citizen Kane said...

Every since they implemented their new updated system 3-4 years ago, those type of errors have not been uncommon - and they rarely get corrected.

guy77money said...

They must have the same proof editing people as the Indianapolis Star. hee hee hee!!!!