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Division of  Human Resources & Risk Management

Embracing Change and the Opportunity it brings

Mission

Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, the Human Resources/Risk Management division recruits, develops and retains a high performing, diverse workforce while fostering a healthy, safe, and productive work environment for the City’s most valuable resources - its PEOPLE. 

Vision

Deliver Human Resources/Risk Management programs and services with such quality and sense of urgency that our city gains a competitive advantage in becoming a GREAT place to work.  

Values

  1. Promote Honesty, Integrity, and Trust: We honor our commitments and conduct business in a manner that promotes fairness, respect, honesty, and trust.

  2. Celebrate Teamwork: We encourage the diversity of thoughts, experiences, and backgrounds and celebrate participation and partnership in all of our endeavors.

  3. Encourage Communication: We solicit the input of others and strive for transparency and inclusiveness.

  4. Focus on Our Customers: We have a passion for service and are committed to knowing our customers’ business, anticipating their needs, and exceeding expectations.

  5.  Embrace Change and Innovation: We are open to possibility, foster creativity and risk-taking to support continuous improvement.

  6. Demonstrate a Sense of Urgency: in everything we do!

The City of Washington is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Job Opportunities with the City of Washington

Application Procedure

Thank you for your interest in employment with the City of Washington.  A City of Washington Application for Employment must be submitted for each position vacancy for which you would like to be considered.   These forms may be printed and returned to:

City of Washington
Department of Human Resources
102 E. 2nd Street
P.O. Box 1988
Washington, NC 27889
 
or emailed to applications@washingtonnc.gov
 

Applications will only be accepted for current position vacancies listed and must be received by the application deadline noted, if applicable.  Any application received that does not reflect a currently posted job vacancy will be returned without action.

All applications require Adobe Reader

Applicants for Police Officer and Telecommunicator are required to submit additional documents.  Please click on the link below for a full application package if applying for one of these positions. Applicants for Police Officer and Telecomunicator must also submit an Application for Employment, link is above.

A pre-employment drug screen and background check are required prior to employment. If additional assistance is needed you may contact the Department of Human Resources at 252-975-9305.

Available Positions

IMPORTANT PLEASE READ:

If you don’t meet the minimum qualifications, it’s very unlikely that you will get an interview.  So please make sure that you meet the minimum qualifications and that your application reflects the minimum qualifications.  

 

How to Apply:

 

 

Computer Technician 

Job Closing Date: 12/15/2017
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Provides user help in person, by telephone, by email, and by written instructions to support end user computing needs.
  • Troubleshoots, maintains, and repairs various IT equipment including but not limited to desktop computers, laptops, mobile data terminals, connectivity equipment, station cabling, printers, etc.
  • Serves as the backup for daily server backup and recovery.
  • Analyzes, assesses, and repairs software and hardware errors and malfunctions using diagnostic tools to troubleshoot computer devices and user problems.
  • Deploys desktops replacements and upgrades desktop hardware and software as needed.
  • Conducts training in the use of personal computers and various software.
  • Develops scripts to install and setup various software packages in MSI and EXE format to be deployed locally or via network.
  • Uses active directory to modify user accounts and assign users to the appropriate security groups.
  • Installs and configures a variety of hardware and software as needed including air cards and wireless devices, VoIP telephone systems, copiers, mobile data terminals, antivirus software, GIS software, document management software, security updates software, door access control software, asset management database, and desktop imaging software.
  • Researches, evaluates, recommends, and implements new technology that may enhance and improve the overall technical functionality of all Washington Police & Fire operations.
  • Receives and/or reviews various records and reports including user problems and requests, software/computer updates and patches, virus information/logs/updates, computer/network error messages, computer industry information, web site data/changes, task/work orders, updates from vendors, and employee change request. 
  • Prepares and/or processes various records and reports including e-mail/user account, implementation schedule, technical information, software installation documents, needed upgrades-patches, hardware and software recommendations, and problem tracking and documentation.
  • Installs and configures a variety of hardware and software as needed, as it relates to CAD (Computer Aid Dispatch), RMS (Records Management System), CJIS (Criminal Justice Information System), NCAWARE (NC Automated Warrant Repository), and E-citation.
  • Graduation from a two-year technical or community college in information systems and networking related field of study and experience of a progressively responsible nature, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • CompTIA’s A+ Certification and Microsoft Certified Profession (MCP) preferred but not required
  • Valid North Carolina driver’s license
  • $35,428/$17.03 - $53,142/$25.55
  • Monday – Friday; 8 am – 5 pm

 

Temp Senior Center Program Assistant  

Job Closing Date: 12/8/2017
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Organize and lead a variety of recreation programs for Senior citizens at the Senior Center.
  • Must be motivated to work independently.
  • Should be able to communicate effectively with staff and public.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • NC Driver’s License
  • $7.42 - $11.13
  • Approximately 8 hours per week for approximately 16 weeks.
  • Some evening and weekend hours might be required.

Chemical Analyst

Job Closing Date:  Until Filled
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Performs and interprets advanced chemical, biochemical, microbiological and physical tests on potable water, wastewater, residuals, industrial wastes, stormwater and groundwater.
  • Performs quality control/quality assurance program on analysis, equipment and supplies to ensure reliable test results and maintains compliance with laboratory certification.
  • Performs a variety of laboratory tests and analysis of wastewater, raw and treated water samples to determine efficiency of plant processes and to maintain compliance with the plant’s NPDES permit.
  • Inspects and maintains an inventory of chemicals, solutions, culture media, required reporting forms and other laboratory supplies, equipment and appurtenances.
  • Collects a variety of samples at their source for testing; interprets test results and prepares required reports; prepares, standardizes, labels, and dates solutions and reagents.
  • Consults with the Laboratory Supervisor about scheduled activities, analytical results, inventory, supplies and equipment as well as observations about plant processes.
  • Operates a computer to input data, prepare required documents, related wastewater research and remain current on State and Federal regulations.
  • Performs maintenance, cleaning, and minor repair on lab equipment
  • Associate’s degree in chemistry, biology, environmental science, or closely related field.
  • One (1) to four (4) years’ experience in an environmental-related area preferably with a wastewater treatment facility.
  • Valid North Carolina driver’s license
  • Water Operator C-Well and/or Biological Wastewater Operator Grade II Certification
  • $33,741/$16.22/hr. - $50,612/$24.33/hr.

 

PT Airport Facility Attendant   

Job Closing Date:  Until Filled
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Inspects and maintains runway surfaces
  • Assists with maintaining records of airport activities
  • Greets and assists airport users
  • Assists in fueling planes
  • Maintains grounds and facilities including mowing, sweeping, emptying trash, cleaning bathrooms and stocking supplies
  • Knowledge of aviation is desire.
  • Previous Airport experience
  • NC Driver’s License
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • $9.47/hr - $14.21/hr.
  • Work schedule involves mostly weekend work, 20 hours or less per week expected.

 

PT Recreation Facility Attendant

Job Closing Date: Until Filled
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Performs opening and closing procedures of the facility as assigned
  • Responds to public inquiries concerning programs
  • Performs a variety of maintenance duties
  • Enforces facility rules and regulations
  • Experience in customer relations, facility maintenance, and recreation preferred

First Aid and CPR preferred

 

  • High school graduate or GED.
  • $9.47 - $14.21
  • Approximately 12-15 hours per week
 
 

PT Lifeguard

Job Closing Date:  Until Filled
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Responsibilities include ensuring the education and enforcement of water safety and responding to emergencies
  • Involves daily cleaning tasks, interacting with the public, chemical testing and computer use
  • May be asked to assist in teaching swim lessons and other community activities.
  • Requires current American Red Cross Lifeguard and CPR/AED/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer certifications
  • $7.42/hr. - $11.13/hr.
  • various shifts, typically less than 20 hours a week
  • Shifts available: 5:45 a - 1 p; 1 p - 7 p
 
 

PT Head Lifeguard          

Job Closing Date:  Until Filled
Job Summary
Minimum Requirements
Salary Range Shift/Hours
  • Responsibilities include ensuring the education and enforcement of water safety and responding to emergencies
  • Involves daily cleaning tasks, interacting with the public, chemical testing and computer use
  • May be asked to assist in teaching swim lessons and other community activities.
  • Requires current American Red Cross Lifeguard and CPR/AED/First Aid for the Professional Rescuer certifications
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • $9.94/hr. - $14.92/hr.
  • various shifts, estimating 24 hours a week

 


Thank you for your interest in the City of Washington.