Cleveland County Government

311 East Marion Street

Shelby, NC  28150

 

Position Vacancy Listing

 

April 16, 2014

 

 

 

Position #                                                                     Closing Date                         Applicant Process

 

Health Department

012.546.1300 & 2 New pos   PHN II                                                  Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.   

054.473.6007                         Mechanic I                                            Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.

054.474.6015                        Machine Operator III                            Open until filled                                     Human Resources Dept.

012.541.0054                        Environmental Health Specialist        Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.

Social Service  

011.512.5052                        Processing Assistant III                      April 17, 2014                                        Human Resources Dept.

County General

010.415.2053                       Paralegal/Tax Collections                  Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.

010.449.5.122                      Installation Technician (PT)                  Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.

010.413.0001                        Finance Director                                Open until filled                                    Human Resources Dept.

Emergency Medical Services

010.446.5.122    EMT-B, EMT-I & EMT-P  (Part-time/no benefits)      Open until filled                              Human Resources Dept.

 

           

ESC – Apply at Employment Security Commission – (Typing Test Required)

HRD – Apply at Human Resources Department (Professional, Administrative and all Non-Tested Classes)

            Complete job description may be reviewed in the Human Resources Department

 

You may download a Cleveland County job application by clicking here or contact below:

 

Cleveland County Human Resources

311 E. Marion Street

PO Box 1210

Shelby, NC 28151-1210

 

Office: 704-484-4833

Fax:    704-484-4762

Job Line: 704-484-4819

 

CLEVELAND COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

CLEVELAND COUNTY

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN

INTRODUCTION

Cleveland County Government is firmly committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in all personnel practices to ensure equal opportunity for employment, promotion, training and salary potential for all segments of the community.  All aspects of employment shall be based solely on individual merit without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability (except where gender, age, or physical requirements are legitimate occupational qualifications), or any other non-merit factor.

Established as a supplement to the recruitment guidelines in Article IV of the Cleveland County Personnel Ordinance, the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEO) will be used as the method by which the County formulates its commitment to these ideals, measures its achievements, and evaluates its effectiveness.  It outlines objectives, assigns responsibilities, establishes goals and provides for an annual evaluation of its effectiveness
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The policies and programs outlined in this plan are applicable to all officers and employees of Cleveland County except the Sheriff's Office, Board of Elections and Register of Deeds.

While this document cannot be considered an employment contract between Cleveland County and its employees, we view the principles of equal employment as a vital element in the employment process and as a hallmark of good management.

 

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

POLICY STATEMENT

 

Cleveland County Personnel Ordinance, Article IV, Section 1 establishes the following:

“It is the policy of the County to maintain a systematic, consistent recruitment program, to promote equal employment opportunity, and to identify and attract the most qualified applicants for all present and future vacancies.  This intent is achieved through consistency in announcing all positions, evaluating all applicants on the same criteria, and by applying testing methods through the Local Job Service Office (Employment Security Commission).  To avoid discrimination, equal employment opportunities are allowed without regard to sex, race, religion, color, national origin, age, or disability.  These prohibitions against discrimination are consistent with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 as amended, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as amended.

This policy statement shall also ensure greater utilization of all persons by identifying previously underutilized groups in the work force, such as women, minorities, and the disabled, and make special efforts toward their recruitment, selection, appointment, promotion, development, and upward mobility.  A work force analysis will be periodically conducted to determine whether percentages of minorities and women employed in various categories are substantially similar to percentages of those groups available in the relevant labor force.  If an under representation is identified, employment procedures will be analyzed to determine the cause.  Efforts will be made to seek qualified applicants to correct any substantial disparities identified as a result of this analysis.  A periodic evaluation of the County’s personnel policies and practices relevant to total employment will guarantee equal opportunities for all persons, while eliminating any artificial barriers to equal employment opportunity.”

Cleveland County Government is committed to providing Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability. The Human Resources Department has been designated to administer the County's EEO Program and will monitor the program and make reports on a periodic and continuing basis.  All employment and personnel policies and practices -- recruiting, hiring, promotions, transfers, training, compensation, benefits, reductions-in-force, and terminations will be administered according to EEO principles.

Any employee or applicant for employment who believes that he or she has not been treated in accordance with the County's policy for equal employment opportunity may file a grievance with the Human Resources Department. This policy prohibits any retaliatory action against any employee or applicant because that person made a charge, testified, or participated in the proceeding or investigation of employment discrimination.

This Equal Employment Opportunity Plan is designed to provide guidance with respect to the County's commitment to full implementation of its EEO policy. The County's policy includes, without limitation, the following commitments:

  • To continue to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons, and to continue to recruit, hire, train, promote and compensate persons in all jobs without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability.
  • To properly communicate the County's policy to all employees who are involved in the recruiting, screening, selection, promotion, disciplinary and related personnel processes for the purpose of making good-faith efforts to ensure that personnel decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, or disability.
  • To notify recruitment resources and community organizations of our EEO Policy and to ask them to refer qualified candidates for available positions.

The County Manager is charged with directing the implementation of the County's EEO Program. The Human Resources Department shall assist the County Manager by administering and monitoring the EEO Program on a daily basis. The Human Resources Department will submit an annual report to the Manager, indicating the progress of the County in acquiring and maintaining a workforce where minorities and females are represented proportionally to the availability of minorities and females in the labor force.

RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN

The County Manager, in accordance with the Personnel Ordinance, is ultimately responsible for administration of the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEO).

The Human Resources Director is responsible for:

  • Implementing and monitoring of the EEO Plan.
  • Developing and modifying the County's policies and procedures to ensure that the legal requirements and regulations of EEO continue to be met.
  • Acting to ensure that supervisors and employees do not engage in harassment of any employee or applicant.
  • Ensuring only job-related recruitment, selection and promotion criteria are in place to remove any disparate treatment.
  • Reviewing exit interview and turnover data to ensure nondiscriminatory practices, in order to identify areas of concern and factors that impact employee retention.
  • Periodically discussing EEO matters with individual managers, supervisors and other employees, where appropriate, to ensure that the County's policies are being followed.
  • Developing and coordinating training and career development programs that afford equal opportunity for participation to all employees.
  • Ensuring the maintenance of personnel records is in accordance with the applicable employment laws.
  • Encouraging employees to bring EEO-related questions and complaints to the attention of the Human Resources Department, so that, to the extent possible, complaints may be resolved internally.
  • Auditing the EEO Plan.
  • Developing, modifying, and maintaining an effective written EEO Plan in compliance with the applicable rules and regulations.
  • Collecting and analyzing employment data, and assisting management in identifying any problem areas in meeting the goals and objectives of the EEO Plan.
  • Developing action-oriented alternatives, including realistic and attainable goals, to help management achieve the Plan's objectives.
  • Designing, implementing, and monitoring internal audit and reporting systems to measure the program's effectiveness.
  • Assisting in the preparation and completion of EEO-4 Report and other required documents.
  • To the extent possible, serving as liaison with minority organizations, women's organizations, organizations serving the disabled and community action groups concerned with the employment opportunities for minorities, females, and the disabled.
  • Serving as the County's liaison with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
  • Keeping departmental management informed of equal employment opportunity policies and procedures.
  • Conducting periodic audits to insure that the required federal, state, and local employment discrimination posters and the County's EEO Policy are properly displayed.
  • Developing supplementary recruitment programs emphasizing minority and women applicants, and individuals with disabilities.

The Department Heads are responsible for:

  • Ensuring that the equal employment opportunity goals and objectives set forth by the EEO Plan are adhered to by the operations under their jurisdiction. This includes: selection, promotion, training, and related personnel actions.
  • Assisting in evaluating EEO progress and establishing alternative strategies for attracting under represented groups, including the establishment of goals, where applicable.
  • To the extent possible, being actively involved with local minority, women's, and organizations serving the disabled, community action groups and community service programs.
  • Encouraging employees, particularly minorities, females, and the disabled to attend workshops and seminars in order to enhance their promotional standing.
  • Making available to employees, upon request, EEO information that will enable them to know of their rights and responsibilities under the Plan.

 

 

PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

 

The following are examples of the continuing programs or procedures designed to advance the County's commitment to equal employment opportunities:

  • Job specifications are periodically reviewed and evaluated to ensure that all required criteria are job-related.
  • The County continues to evaluate the entire selection process and to make good-faith efforts to select persons according to ability and qualifications, while recognizing its commitment to equal employment opportunities for minorities, females, and the disabled. Recruitment sources are notified of the County's policy of nondiscrimination.
  • Personnel actions are reviewed to ensure adherence to appropriate guidelines for selection, promotion, salary increase, transfer, demotion, reduction-in-force and termination.
  • A formal grievance procedure is in place to allow employees and applicants the opportunity to bring forth issues of alleged discrimination freely without fear of retaliatory action.
  • A formal exit interview program is in place to monitor reasons for separation in an effort to ensure that no discriminatory conditions exist.
  • Cleveland County offers in-house staff training programs to provide advancement and growth opportunities for all employees.
  • Training is provided to address the principles of equal employment opportunity as they relate to the selection process.

              

DISSEMINATION OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN

The County takes the following steps to inform Cleveland County employees and the community of its commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

INTERNAL DISSEMINATION

  • Posts the County's EEO Policy and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's equal employment poster on bulletin boards at all County-operated facilities in locations that are visible to applicants and employees.
  • Includes the policy statement, or abbreviated versions thereof, in the County's manuals and appropriate employee orientation materials.  
  • Assures that management personnel are aware of the policy and the departmental and individual responsibilities for its implementation and progress.
  • Makes available to employees, upon request, those portions of the written EEO Plan that will enable them to know and avail themselves of its benefits.
  • Assures new employees are made aware of the County's EEO policy and the employee's individual responsibility.
  • Encourages employees to bring any equal employment-related issues to the attention of the Human Resources Director.
  • Makes available educational materials and on-going training to managers, supervisors and employees outlining the legal requirements of EEO.

EXTERNAL DISSEMINATION

  • Notifies all recruiting sources in writing of the County's commitment to equal employment opportunity.
  • Includes the EEO statement in all employment notices, advertising, brochures and other related publications.
  • Communicates in writing with minority, women's and organizations serving the disabled indicating the County's commitment to equal employment opportunities.
  • Upon request, makes available such portions of its written EEO Plan as will enable prospective employees to know and avail themselves of its benefits.
  • Places recruitment ads in media of particular interest to minorities, females, and the disabled.
  • Distributes a weekly listing of Job Opportunities to all Cleveland County departments to ensure notification of all vacancies to County employees.
  • Maintains a 24-hour JobLine identifying positions for which we are currently accepting applications.
  • Publishes the weekly listing of County vacancies on the Internet to ensure notification of all vacancies to the public.
  • Assures, to the extent possible, that staff participates in college and high school career day activities.  
  • Forwards, when applicable, job announcements to organizations and educational institutions that have high numbers of minorities, females, and the disabled.
  • Amplifies, to the extent possible, outreach efforts through school visitation and meetings with protected group organizations.

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Health PHN II (2 positions) 72/1 Negotiable 11/13/13 open 012.546.1300 & (NEW) HRD

PHN II       (2 positions available)            

                                            

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: This is intermediate level professional nursing work with Community Care of North Carolina Network at the Cleveland County Health Department.  This position will coordinate services required for a multidisciplinary team approach to assure quality, cost-efficient care for an identified patient population. The position will case manage clients through coordination of services between primary care providers and community agencies and with area hospitals.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:  Considerable knowledge of and skill in the application of nursing theory, practices, principles, and techniques employed in the field of public health and related programs; considerable knowledge of and ability to apply the principles and practices of public health; considerable knowledge of available resources and organizations and the ability to coordinate these as needed; general knowledge of current social and economic problems relating to public health.  This position requires good communication and presentation skills.  This position requires the ability to analyze and manipulate raw data to develop reports as well as drive process improvement in physician offices and the Network. 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Graduation from a four-year college or university with a B.S. Degree in Nursing which includes a Public Health Nursing rotation and one year of Public Health Nursing experience; or graduation from an accredited school of professional nursing and two years of professional nursing experience including one year in public health; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  BSN preferred but not required.

 

NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS:  Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina by the North Carolina Board of Nursing.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS: Cleveland County application may be obtained from and must be submitted to: Cleveland County Human Resources Department, Cleveland County, Post Office Box 1210, Shelby, North Carolina   28150.

 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Selection will be by structured interview.  Applications will be reviewed to select the best-qualified applicants for admission to the interview.

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Health Mechanic I 60/1 $24,906 3/19/14 Open 054.473.6007 HRD

 

 Mechanic I

 DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The primary purpose of this position is the maintenance and repair of automotive and related equipment, which will include on a continuing basis a variety of tasks in the repair or replacement of parts on automotive or construction equipment, under the supervision and guidance of a Mechanic II.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:   Some knowledge of the techniques and methods involved in determining and solving mechanical difficulties.  Some skill in the performance of complex duties relating to the repair and maintenance of automotive equipment.  The ability to use and operate the various machines and instruments commonly found in an automotive repair shop.  The ability to follow oral and written instructions.  Physical strength sufficient to work at heavy manual labor for considerable periods of time.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:      Completion of grammar school and one year of progressive experience in the repair of automotive or heavy equipment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

SPECIAL CONDITION FOR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT:  CDL License required within six months of employment.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS: Cleveland County application may be obtained from and must be submitted to Cleveland County Human Resources Department, 311 East Marion Street, Shelby, North Carolina   28150.

 

SELECTION PROCESS:    Selection will be by structured interview.  Applications will be reviewed to select the best-qualified applicants for admission to the interview.

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Health Machine Operator III 60/1 $24,906 4/9/14 Open 054.474.6015 HRD

 Machine Operator III

 DESCRIPTION OF WORK:  The primary purpose of this position is to perform responsible semi-skilled work operating a refuse collection truck in the collection and transportation of refuge to a prescribed disposal area from nine Solid Waste/Recycling Collection Centers.  Cleans truck and equipment, performs preventive maintenance on equipment and complete a variety of daily records on departmental equipment and activities as required.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:  Considerable knowledge of the operation and use of motorized equipment extensively used at a sanitary landfill.  Working knowledge of occupational hazards and the proper safety precautions.  Demonstrated ability to operate assigned machine effectively.  Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.  Ability to perform minor maintenance on motorized  equipment.

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  Ability to read and comprehend with a preferable level of eighth grade or better.  Experience in the operation of heavy motorized equipment.

 

 LICENSE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIRED BY STATE OR REGULATION: 

A minimum of Class B (CDL) must be obtained within the initial 6 months of employment.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Cleveland County application may be obtained from and must be submitted to the Cleveland County Human Resources Department, 311 E. Marion Street, Shelby, N.C.  28150.

 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Selection will be by structured interview.  Applications will be reviewed to select the best-qualified applicants for admission to the interview.

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Health Environmental Health Specialist 68/1 $36,198 4/16/14 Open 012.541.0054 HRD

 

Environmental Health Specialist

 DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Duties will include enforcement of relevant state and local regulations consistent with good public health practice, with competence in all areas of environmental health, i.e., food lodging, and institutional, pools and tattoos, daycare and schools, lead investigations, on-site sewage treatment and disposal systems, and on-site water protection. 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:  Working knowledge of environmental health laws, rules, and procedures, as well as a complete understanding of the concepts of public health law.  Practical knowledge of microbiology, biology, chemistry, food science, epidemiology, soil science, entomology, and basic engineering technology as applied to environmental health practices.  General knowledge of community resources.  Working knowledge of the design of on-site waste water treatment systems, food sanitation, food borne diseases, communicable diseases, vector control, protection of water supplies, solid waste management, and institutional sanitation.

 

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:  Graduation from a four-year college or university with 30 semester hours of course work in the physical or biological sciences and two years of experience in environmental health; or a four-year or Master's degree in environmental health from a program which is accredited by the National Accreditation Council for Environmental Health Curricula of the National Environmental Health Association and one year of experience in environmental health.

 

 NECESSARY SPECIAL QUALIFICATION:  Approval for registration as a Sanitarian or registration as a Sanitarian by the North Carolina Board of Sanitarian Examiners prior to employment.

 

ADMINISTERING THE TRAINEE APPOINTMENT:  Appointees must be eligible for registration and apply for registration as a Sanitarian Intern within 60 days of employment. 

 

APPLICATION PROCESS: Cleveland County applications may be obtained from and must be submitted to the Cleveland County Human Resources Department, 311 E. Marion Street, PO Box 1210, Shelby, North Carolina  28150.   Transcript must be submitted at time of application.

 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Selection will be by structured interview.  Applications will be reviewed to select the best qualified applicants for admission to the interview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

DSS Processing Asst III 58/1 $22,686 4/9/14 4/17/14 011.512.5052 HRD

 

 Processing Asst. III

Job Description

The primary functions of this position are to serve as Receptionist and Switchboard Operator for the Child Support Division, Processing Income Withholdings and Enforcement Documents, along with Data Entry, Preparing Reports, Processing Mail, Typing, Filing, and Other Duties as assigned by Supervisor.

 

 Minimum Education and Experience 

Graduation from high school and demonstrated possession of knowledge, skills, and abilities gained through at least one year of office assistant/secretarial experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

 

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Ability to resolve problem situations, answer inquiries and questions independently, and be resourceful in gathering, giving, and explaining information. Ability to deal with the public in a professional and friendly manner. Considerable knowledge of vocabulary, spelling, grammar, and of office practices and procedures. Ability to maintain clerical records and to compile reports from these records.  Ability to read and compare words and figures carefully and accurately. Ability to apply established departmental procedures to a variety of work situations.  All DSS positions require the ability to produce high quality results under pressure of tight time frames, high caseloads, and scarce resources. Bilingual in English and Spanish is a desired qualification.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life support functions of stooping, reaching, climbing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, filing, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.

Must be able to perform Light work which includes exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently; and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.  Must have the visual acuity to prepare and analyze data and figures, perform accounting functions, operate computer terminal, answer and route switchboard calls, filing, extensive reading and determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned.

 

Application Process

 All applicants must complete and submit a County Application by the closing date to the Cleveland County Human Resources Office, P. O. Box 1210, Shelby, NC.  28151.  Any County Employee wishing to apply must submit an Employee Transfer Request Form, along with completed County Application, to the Cleveland County Human Resources Office. 

 

Selection will be based on related previous work experience and structured interview. Applications will be reviewed to select the most qualified applicants for admission to the interview.         

 

 ll DSS positions are subject to reallocation contingent upon funding, agency needs and client population and are subject to perform work during emergency or disaster situations as required and may be required to staff shelters overnight.

 

 

 

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Tax Admin Paralegal/Tax Collections 66/1 $32,958 3/12/14 OPEN 010.415.2053 HRD

Paralegal/Tax Collections

Job Description:     Performs specialized paralegal work within the Tax Collections Department.  Is responsible for a variety of assignments which may include researching complex issues without specific precedence, drafting & reviewing complex legal instruments, handling complaints & legal inquiries from the public.

 

Minimum Education & Experience:       Graduation from high school and an accredited school for paralegal training & one year of experience as a paralegal; or an equivalent combination of education & experience.

 

Special Requirements:     Possession of a valid North Carolina driver’s license.

 

Application Process:  A Cleveland County employment application must be submitted to the Human Resources Department, 311 E. Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28151

 

Selection Process:  Applications will be reviewed to select the best-qualified applicants for admission to the interview.

 

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Electronic
Maintenance
Installation Tech (PT) 63/1 Negotiable 3/5/14 OPEN 010.449.5.122 HRD

Installation Technician (Part-time)

JOB DESCRIPTION:  Performs semi-skilled mechanical and electrical work in the installation and removal of radio communications equipment in County vehicles.  Work also includes assisting in the installation of telephone & computer system lines.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:  Requires general knowledge of radio communications systems, knowledge of the principles of installing mobile radio equipment, installation techniques for telephone/computer lines & equipment, ability to manipulate various hand & power tools & testing equipment used in mobile radio installation, ability to interpret wiring diagrams & knowledge of occupational hazards & safety precautions involved in installation procedures.

 

EXPERIENCE & TRAINING:  Graduation from high school, preferably supplemented with experience in radio installation or related training & education.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Applications may be obtained from & submitted to:

                                                   Cleveland County Human Resources

                                                   311 E. Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28151

 

SELECTION PROCESS:  Applications will be reviewed to select the best qualified applicants for admission to the interview. 

 

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Finance Finance Director 82 Negotiable 3/25/14 OPEN 010.413.0001 HRD

 

Finance Director

 

Description of Work:  To perform professional, managerial, & administrative work in planning, organizing, & executing the financial activities of the County.  Manages the receiving, disbursing, & accounting of revenues & expenditures for the County.  Work involves coordination of the annual operating budget, & supervision of purchasing, accounting, collections, billing, & cash investments.  Fiscal work includes supervising & participating in preparation & analysis of financial reports, investment of funds & forecasting & posting of revenues. 

 

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:  Must exercise considerable independent judgment & initiative in planning & directing the fiscal control system.  Work is performed in accordance with established County finance procedures, local ordinances, NC General Statutes governing the responsibilities of local government fiscal operations, generally accepted accounting principles, & GASB.  Work is performed under the supervision of the County Manager.

 

Minimum Education & Experience:  Requires graduation from a 4 year college/university with a degree in business, public administration, or accounting & at least 3 years experience in public finance administration, preferably in NC; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  CPA highly preferred.

 

Application Process:  Cleveland County application may be obtained from & must be submitted to Cleveland County Human Resources, 311 E. Marion Street, Shelby, NC 28150  

 

 

Department

Position

Grade/Step

Salary

Listing Date

Closing Date

Position #

*Application Process

Emergency

Medical

Services

EMT-B

EMT-I

EMT-P

61/1
62/1
65/1
$12.31/hr.
$12.89/hr.
$14.84/hr.
10/24/12 OPEN

010.446.5122

HRD

 

EMT-B, EMT-I & EMT-P

Job Description
Performs life support work in the Emergency Medical Service program.

Minimum Education & Training

Graduation from high school, certification for North Carolina & a valid driver’s license. 

 

Special Requirements

ERT certification must be obtained within 3 years of hire date.  Completion of additional course work and/or certification to include, at a minimum, certification in

ACLS and BTLS/PHTLS, as determined necessary by the EMS Director.                          

 

Application Process

Applicant must submit a Cleveland County employment application to:  Cleveland County Human Resources Dept., 311 East Marion Street, Shelby, NC  28151

Selection Process

Applications will be reviewed to select the most qualified applicants for admission to a structured interview.