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Utility Clerk

The Town of Coupeville has a current opening for a Utility Clerk. This is a full-time position, wage scale ranging from $19.62 to $22.08 per hour, depending on experience. 

Minimum Qualifications: Must have high school degree, or G.E.D. equivalent. Computer and MS Office software proficiency required. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, elected officials, other organizations and the general public. Effective communication skills, both in writing and orally. Planning, organizing, prioritizing, and time management skills. Interpersonal and teamwork skills. Customer Service experience and skills. Strong attention to detail. Effective filing and record keeping skills. General administrative practices and record keeping methods. Must successfully pass a background check. A complete job description and application can be found on the Town’s website at

Applications will be screened on May 31, 2022.

Utility Clerk

Employment Application

Seasonal Maintenance Worker

The Town of Coupeville has a current opening for a Seasonal Maintenance Worker.  This is a temporary position, performing manual to journey level work and other duties as assigned, in the streets, parks, buildings and utilities of the Town. Pay rate – $15.00 – $17.00 per hour, DOE. For a complete job description, including minimum qualifications, please click the link below.  Applications accepted until the position is filled. Interested parties are encouraged to submit an application:

Town of Coupeville
Position: 220201
PO Box 725
Coupeville,  WA 98239

Seasonal Maintenance Worker

Maintenance Employment Application

Volunteer Opportunities

Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) – One Vacancy

The HPC’s primary functions are to research, obtain public input, deliberate, and submit advice and recommendations to the Town of Coupeville and Island County; and to assist their Planning Departments in issuing Certificates of Appropriateness for projects within the Reserve based on consistency with the Design Guidelines for Ebey’s’ Landing National Historical Reserve and the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.

The HPC consists of seven members; three appointed by the Town of Coupeville, three appointed by Island County and one joint appointment.  HPC members serve three-year terms.  They meet on the fourth Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m. and sometimes in special workshop sessions as needed.  Meetings are held in the Island County Commissioners’ Hearing Room in Coupeville.

Applicants for the HPC should live within Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve (Reserve) and have a demonstrated interest or experience in, or knowledge of, history, historic preservation, architecture, design, landscape architecture, cultural landscapes, archaeology, and/or related disciplines.  For Town of Coupeville appointments, special consideration is given to residents of the Town.  Preference may also be given to applicants with a background in farming and applicants who own a contributing building, structure, or commercial business within the Reserve.

Position 1 is a three-year term ending December 31, 2023, and is currently vacant.  Because this vacancy has occurred mid-term, the Town Council will appoint a citizen to finish the last year of this three-year term.  Commissioners may request to be re-appointed for subsequent terms.

To apply for the Historic Preservation Commission, turn in a letter of interest stating your relevant experience and history of community service along with a Town Volunteer Application to Town Hall.  This position will remain posted until filled. 

Volunteer Application

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