We currently employ 76 full-time employees within the various operations of the Village. Several of these employees have been employed with us for over 20 years. The Board of Trustees and the Village Officers are proud of the service provided to the residents and visitors to Morton by our employees.
Public Works & Administration
The Village of Morton does not currently have any open positions in the public works or administration departments. Individuals interested in employment with the Village of Morton can return completed applications and/or resumes to the Morton Village Hall Office, 120 N. Main St., Morton, Illinois. Applications will remain on file for one year for consideration for future openings.
Paramedics & Volunteer Firefighters
The Village of Morton offers paramedic services, with Advanced Life Support accredited staff. There are two ambulances on duty 24 hours per day, seven days per week. If you are interested in applying for a paramedic position, please complete the EMS System Agency Application and return it along with a resume and cover letter to Joe Kelley, Director of Fire and Emergency Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter for the Village of Morton, please return your completed application to Joe Kelley, Director of Fire and Emergency Services, at email@example.com
Plan Commission Opening
The Village President is looking to fill one opening on the Plan Commission and possibly more in the future. Please see below for more details about the Commission.
About the Plan Commission
The Plan Commission is comprised of nine (9) members that are appointed by the Village President, subject to confirmation by the Village Trustees, based on their particular fitness and competency for their duties on said Commission. The current available term will conclude April 30, 2024.
Duties of the Plan Commission are as follows:
- Receive from the ZEO, hear, and make findings of fact on all applications for amendments to Title 10 of the Morton Municipal Code. Report such findings and make recommendations to the Village Board.
- Receive from the ZEO, hear, and make findings of fact on all applications for amendments to the zoning map and special use applications. Report such findings and make recommendations to the Village Board.
- Hear and decide all other matters upon which it is required to pass under Title 10.
- Review plats and plans for subdivisions and makes recommendations to the Village Board.
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Day: Fourth Monday of every month, as needed.
Location: Freedom Hall, 349 W. Birchwood St., Morton
Compensation: $50.00 Per each Plan Commission meeting attended
If you have any questions about the Plan Commission, please contact Zoning Enforcement Officer, Brad Marks, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 309 266-5361 ext. 2252