The Town of Coventry   Coventry, RI   Full-time     Transportation
Posted on October 16, 2020


Town of Coventry, RI seeks a Roads & Bridges Driver to perform semi-skilled work in the operation of dump trucks and other light automotive equipment, variety of manual tasks, patch roads, cut and chip brush, lay pipe, repair manholes and catch basins, plow snow.

Starting Salary: $20.93/hour, CDL license required

For more information and/or to submit resume please follow application instructions.

History On August 24, 1741, the western end of the town of Warwick had been purchased by Samuel Gorton, and others from Miantonomi. It was set off and incorporated into a township to be known as Coventry — named for Coventry, England. The new town extended from what is now West Warwick to the Connecticut line, and contained 64.8 square miles. Therefore it became larger than its mother town, but was more sparsely populated.

Early figures show that in 1748, Coventry's population was approximately 792. Several villages, originally built around mills, lie in the eastern section of town close to the West Warwick boundary. Today, while the western portion of Coventry is still rural in nature, the eastern section is one of the most rapidly growing residential communities in Rhode Island. However, the community still retains some old textile mill villages. The housing pattern consists of multi-family units in the older sections of the town, and owner occupied single family units in the newly developed areas. Commercial strip and shopping centers are the main commerce outlets.

We are an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

The Town of Coventry

1670 Flat River Rd
Coventry , RI