Human Resources

Human Resources

About Human Resources

Our Mission

The mission of the Human Resources Department is to recruit and retain employees by partnering with management to create best practices, consistent policies and standards and a safe and welcoming working environment. Our goal is to create programs and opportunities that will continue to develop and motivate employees, while strategically aligning their productivity with the goals and objectives of the Town.

Human Resources Primary Functions Includes:

  • Recruiting & Retention
  • Employee Relations
  • Training & Programs
  • Benefits
  • Safety
  • Communication
  • Strategic Management

Parks and Recreation Director

The Parks and Recreation Director performs highly responsible work of an administrative nature in planning, developing and directing the Town’s Parks and Recreation department.  This position is also required to oversee the parks, grounds and building maintenance for all park related properties.   Supervision is provided to full-time, part-time and seasonal personnel. Work is performed in accordance with relevant laws, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures and budgetary constraints that impact departmental operations. General management direction is received from the Town Administrator and is reviewed through observation, analysis of reports submitted, and through periodic conferences. Director is also responsible for ensuring that customer excellence is provided to all guests. Individual must exercise considerable tact and courtesy in frequent contact with the public. To apply go to www.pinevillenc.gov under Government, Departments, Human Resources, download the application. For consideration, scan and email with resume to [email protected] or fax your application packet to: 704-889-2364, or mail required documents to PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134, Attention Human Resources.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 

Planning, directing, coordinating, supervising and implementing parks and recreation programs, arts & culture programming and services and staff; handling personnel and public information matters; overseeing the preparation and maintenance of appropriate records and files 

Oversees and enforces departmental and Town Ordinances, rules and regulations pertaining to the use of park facilities

Develops departmental policies and standard procedures to foster more effective delivery of recreational services

Directs and develops the recreation program within budgetary limitations and in consideration of requests, community interests, and full utilization of available facilities; studies, analyses and evaluation of departmental services

Develops and recommends long-range recreation programs and park facilities according to anticipated growth, future interest, and expanded recreational and open space needs

Researches availability of grants; prepares and submit proposals to obtain grant funding for capital improvements and operational projects

Directs and coordinate special workshops, events, holiday celebrations, festivals and athletic tournaments

Partner with businesses and civic groups in sponsoring special events

Develop and distribute promotional materials for new and existing parks and recreational programs through use of various marketing tools such as but not limited to, media communications, brochures, press releases, internet, community groups, public contacts and citizen outreach

Prepares annual budget for Parks and Recreation Department, controls expenditures of appropriated funds and prepare reports for Town Administrator and/or Council

Updates the Parks and Recreation Master Plans; works with Architects, Engineers and Contractors

Demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service

Handle all personnel matters including, but not limited to hiring, promoting, training and disciplinary action

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Comprehensive knowledge of all phases of community recreational activities and their administration; comprehensive knowledge of the principles and methods of park and program planning; thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration with special reference to departmental personnel and budget administration; ability to develop and execute a well-rounded program of recreational activities; ability to cooperate with and interpret recreational philosophies to Town Council, private groups and agencies and the general public; working knowledge of parks, grounds and building maintenance;  Able to provide superb customer service to citizens and any persons they come in contact with; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates; ability to communicate complex ideas, both orally and in writing; ability to prepare and present detailed reports.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Recreation Administration, Business Administration or Sports Management and five to seven years of experience in management in parks and/or recreation operations.

Certified Park & Recreation Professional preferred, but not required.

NC Retirement System and 401k eligible

Excellent benefits

Full Time/Hourly Position. Open until filled with review of applications beginning April 19, 2021 .

Town Clerk

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Under the general supervision of the Town Manager this employee is responsible for the maintenance and safekeeping of official public records and is legally accountable for work to the Town Council.  Work involves preparing agendas, recording and keeping the minutes of the Council and other Board meetings and for publication, indexing, filing and maintenance of all Council meetings in accordance with general statutes and local ordinances.  Work includes serving as administrative support to the Town Manager, Council and various boards.  Considerable tact, courtesy and firmness are required in dealing with the Council, Boards and the general public.  Work is performed in accordance with North Carolina General Statutes, Town ordinances, policies and standard office procedures governing the responsibilities of Town Clerks.  Work is reviewed through daily observation and discussion and review of records and files maintained as to their completeness and accuracy.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Serves as custodian of public records including ordinances, resolutions, contracts, agreements, agendas and minutes

Responds to public information requests as required by law

Prepares agendas and/or minutes of Council Meetings, Work Sessions, Special Called Meetings, Closed Session Meetings, Budget Meetings, Planning Board and Board of Adjustment Meetings, and Telephone Board Meetings; advertises public hearings and meeting dates and times in accordance with State regulations

Attends various Council, Board and necessary committee meetings; sets up audio/visual equipment including microphones and screen projector; advises Council on open meeting regulations; records and prepares minutes of these meetings; may be required to develop ordinances, resolutions, proclamations and other actions of the Council; utilizes software program to prepare agenda packets for Council Meetings and Work Sessions, uploads to website, sends email notifications and ensures timely delivery of council materials to Council Members.

Serve as custodian of the Town’s records; keeps Council and Board’s agenda and minutes; obtains necessary official signatures and applies Official Town Seal as necessary; follows State Archives regulations and Town standards in maintaining, purging and destroying records, makes copies of recordings, minutes or other Town records as requested by the general public; ensure minutes are sent to the State Archives, arranges for scanning of agendas and minutes, along with periodic codification of town ordinances.

Gatekeeper of all contracts for services rendered by outside organizations for work done on behalf of the Town

Assists the public with various requests.

Prepares quarterly Town newsletter requesting article submissions by staff and outside sources, writing informational articles, setting submission deadlines, work with third party graphic artist on cover ideas, article lay-out, and printing; update recipient distribution list and email to recipients; upload newsletter to the website and organize distribution to various drop-off points of printed copy.

Updates website regularly as needed with important news for residents, meeting notices, upcoming events and other Town-related items.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Thorough knowledge of the practices and responsibilities of a Town Clerk, considerable knowledge of the organization and functions of Town government; considerable knowledge of or the ability to readily and quickly obtain the knowledge regarding local ordinances and the North Carolina General Statues; considerable knowledge of standard practices and procedures employed in the processing, safekeeping and utilization of official Town records and documents; considerable knowledge of standard modern office administrative practices and procedures; considerable knowledge of the principles of grammar, spelling and composition; strong organizational and communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of government, staff, vendors and the general public in a customer service oriented manner using tact and courtesy; ability to take notes of proceedings of official meetings and to transcribe them into typed minutes  that accurately reflect the actions taken; ability to exercise sound judgment in making decisions in conformance with laws, regulations and policies; ability to establish an efficient and effective records management system to locate files, records and requested information quickly; ability to maintain confidentiality when dealing with Town related issues

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Graduation from a two-year college with a major in business, government, administrative support or related field and five to seven years of experience in office management preferably including some experience in the safe keeping and care of public records; or an equivalent combination of education and experience

ACAMC State Certified or IIMC CMC designation highly desirable or the ability and willingness to complete the requirements to become certified are necessary along with the ability to obtain NC Notary.

Must be able to attend evening meetings, perform sedentary work exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise move objects

  • NC Retirement System and 401k eligible
  • Comprehensive Town paid benefits

To apply go to www.pinevillenc.gov under Government, Departments, Human Resources, download the application. For consideration, scan and email with resume to [email protected] or fax your application packet to: 704-889-2364, or mail required documents to PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134, Attention Human Resources.

Full Time/Hourly Position. Open until filled with review of applications beginning April 26, 2021.

Town of Pineville is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Administrative Assistant – Police Department

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

Under the general supervision of the Police Chief, the Administrative Assistant provides administrative and clerical support for the agency and senior command staff.  This position is responsible for the initial public contact through telephone and personal encounters.  Administrative Assistant is responsible for carrying out all essential duties as assigned by the Chief of Police.   Work will be reviewed and evaluated through direct observation and appraisal of written and oral reports concerning activities and assignments

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 

Arrange meetings and schedules appointments for the Chief of Police

Perform a variety of routine and complex clerical and administrative duties keeping official records, provide administrative support to the police command staff and assisting in the administration of the standard operating policies and procedures of the Pineville Police Department

Screen telephone calls and greet visitors, ascertains the nature of business and takes actions or refers visitors to the appropriate staff member

Assist in the procurement of agency materials and supplies and inventories

Responsible for agency procurement card(s), inputting proper account codes for all transactions and reconciling the agency’s line item budget

Receives and distributes incoming mail and processes all outgoing mail

May be required to transcribe sensitive and confidential materials as directed by the Chief of Police or his direct representative

Maintains agency personnel records, training records and will establish and maintain adequate filing systems

Responsible for updating and maintaining the policy and procedures manual for the agency as directed by the Chief of Police

Operates a variety of office equipment and use various computer office software applications; runs preports

May serve on various employee committees as required or assigned

Arranges intra-departmental meetings, conferences and training sessions

Interacts with other law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal level

Updates and maintains agency website

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Thorough knowledge of personal computers and electronic data processing including MS Office and MS Windows; working knowledge of the agency’s computer network and Records Management System (RMS); working knowledge of modern office practices and procedures; some working knowledge of accounting principles and practices; ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; ability to type a minimum of 55 words per minute; ability to compose, prepare and assemble information; ability to deal with the public in  a cordial and professional manner; ability to exercise independent judgment; ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information; ability to properly operate a multi-line telephone, fax machine, computer terminal, copy machine and calculator.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

A High School Diploma or GED equivalent or an Associate’s degree in a related field and two to three years of directly related experience in customer service, office management or administrative support.     

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Must be able to read, write and speak the English language
Must be able to acquire and maintain a valid Notary Public Certification in North Carolina
Must have a valid North Carolina or South Carolina driver’s license

  • NC Retirement System and 401k eligible
  • Comprehensive Town-paid benefits

To apply go to www.pinevillenc.gov under Government, Departments, Human Resources, download the application. For consideration, scan and email with resume to [email protected] or fax your application packet to: 704-889-2364, or mail required documents to PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134, Attention Human Resources.

Full Time/Hourly Position. Open until filled with review of applications beginning May 10, 2021.

Town of Pineville is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Parks and Recreation Camp Counselor – FT and PT

Under general supervision, supervise and lead camp participant groups and assist in aiding program staff with all designated activities for the day camp program.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Actively lead participants in all recreation and leisure activities

Teach or assist with camp programs and encourage camper participation

Responsible for knowing the location of your campers at all times unless on a scheduled break

Exhibit professionalism and good character as a positive model to campers

Administer first aid and properly document each incident

Maintain clean work and play areas

Serve snack/meals to camp participants

Enforce camp rules; document incidents

Monitor campers who may have special medical needs

Carry out job duties in a safe manner in accordance with all Town, department and regulatory policies; follow safety procedures.

Identify unsafe situations and work hazards, correct them if possible and report them to Supervisor

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

General knowledge of Town and departments rules, regulations, policies and procedures; general safety rules and regulations; recreation and program instruction; first aid; ability to observe and work with large groups of children; follow direction and enforce rules; communicate effectively orally and in writing and possess good customer service skills

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Must have a High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent and be at least 18 years of age

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Must obtain if do not currently possess First Aid and CPR Training

Preferably a North Carolina or South Carolina’s driver’s license and be able to maintain a safe driving record

Fulltime seasonal Mon-Fri 7:30 am – 2:30 pm or 8:00 am  – 3:00 pm; or Part-time Mon – Fri 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm plus fill in for fulltime counselors

Recreation Assistant I Part-Time

Under general supervision, to provide high quality customer excellence to the public; perform a variety of tasks including but not limited to recreational programs, office activities and facility maintenance.  Provide a broad range of support services to the Recreation Director, Athletic and Program Coordinators. Requires the ability to work independently to open, close and/or operate recreational facility with limited supervision.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Provides quality customer service to the public and information regarding programs, membership eligibility and facility usage

Explains and enforces Town’s Parks and Recreation policies to ensure a safe and friendly environment

Responds to complaints and directs them to the appropriate staff

Collects and accounts for various recreation fees for program admission, facility use and products and services; operates and secures cash drawers; performs point of sale/cash register functions; issues written payment receipts to customers; assists with daily financial deposits

Opens and/or closes facilities; unlock doors prior to scheduled activities; performs building inspections before, during and after use; inspects and reports equipment malfunctions and security concerns to Parks and Recreation Director to minimize health hazards and foster a safe environment.

Handles department’s inventory and put in purchase orders for all necessary supplies and equipment with the prior approval of the Parks and Recreation Director

Responsible for the day to day cleanliness and trash removal at the Recreation Center.

Uses computer to check-in members and guests, print contracts and forms, provide registration, prepare written correspondence and complete routine reports

Ability to operate all office equipment including, but not limited to computer, printer and fax machine

Able to effectively communicate both orally and written

Maintain accurate records, reports and files.

Must be able to work a flexible work schedule including nights, weekends and holidays

Perform related tasks as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

General knowledge of principles and techniques of both customer service and recreational services; must be able to handle and balance cash transactions; basic computer applications; operation of office equipment; scheduling and inventory replenishment techniques; ability to maintain records and prepare reports; must communicate clearly and concisely; establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers, other Town employees and the general public; ability to handle emergency situations; ability to safely and efficiently operate a motor vehicle;  lift and carry weight of 25 pounds or less

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Must have a High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent and preferably one year’s experience directly related to programs and services.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Must have either a valid North Carolina or South Carolina’s driver’s license and be able to maintain a safe driving record

Must obtain if do not currently possess a First Aid and CPR Certification within six months of employment

Maintenance Technician – Public Works

Under the general supervision of the Crew Leaders and the Public Works Director, performs semi-skilled and unskilled manual tasks in the repair and maintenance of the Town’s streets, buildings and grounds.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 

Performs various semi-skilled and general maintenance tasks as related to the upkeep, care and maintenance of municipal buildings, grounds and other Town facilities and other areas of assigned responsibility

Maintains grounds around Town buildings; trims and prunes trees and shrubberies, plants, waters, mows and fertilizes grass, trees and flowers; sprays weed killer under the supervision of licensed personnel; and rakes and picks up leaves and trash

Maintains and cleans streets by clearing ditches and drains; trims tree limbs; assists with building storm drains and pouring of concrete forms and asphalt patches to maintain street quality and storm water run-off; clears right of ways and mows grass along roadways; assist with snow removal including spreading salt in winter months

Replaces and installs street signs

Operates various hand and power tools and light to heavy equipment as required in mowing, landscaping, weed eating and street clean-up; may operate the back hoe, dump truck, riding mower, track mower, drill press, drill table and skill saws and other specialized equipment such as, but not limited to air ratchets and/or an auger

Handles special carpentry tasks such as, but not limited to constructing and repair of rooms, cabinets, doors and furniture; replacing light bulbs, repairing and replacing ceiling tiles, replacing light fixture covers, moving boxes and furniture and other maintenance related tasks

Assists with or performs repair of plumbing and electrical fixtures; assists in painting

Performs preventive maintenance and minor repairs to equipment and/or vehicles

Paints parking zones; prepares paint, tapes or marks off area and cleans up

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Working knowledge of standard practices, materials, tools and equipment used in the area of work assigned; working knowledge of the work related hazards and applicable safety precautions associated with areas of assigned work; Considerable knowledge and skill in carpentry, painting, plumbing, electrical repair, grounds maintenance and/or basic equipment or vehicle maintenance and sheetrock repair; general knowledge of a variety of maintenance and manual tasks involved in the installation, maintenance repair and replacement of public facilities. Working knowledge of the safe use and operation of vehicles and mechanical equipment; knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances and regulations pertaining to operations of motorized equipment; ability to operate various construction and mowing equipment and light equipment with skill and safety; ability to exert heavy physical effort in varied weather conditions over long periods; ability to read and understand oral and written instructions; ability to acquire knowledge of the operating details and procedures involved in performing a variety of manual tasks; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, supervisors and citizens.  Must be able to work on ladders.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Must be able to read, write and speak the English language

Must have a valid North Carolina or South Carolina’s drivers’ license with a clean record and the ability to drive Town-owned vehicles

Must acquire Core and Ornamental/Turf or Right-Away Pesticide License within 6 month probationary period.

Willingness to acquire CDL license

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Graduation from high school or GED and one year of experience in semi-skilled maintenance or construction work and the ability to read and write is required

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS  

Must be able to perform heavy work exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects

Must be able to work in heights.

Job Type: Full-time w/benefits

Salary range: $15.00 – $17.00                 Open until filled

Fulltime employees are eligible for health, dental, vision, and health reimbursement paid for by the Town, plus paid sick and vacation time, and are eligible to participate in State retirement plans with matching contributions. Additional benefit options.

Apply online at: www.pinevillenc.gov — Town Departments tab, Human Resources, download application, scan and email to: [email protected]; or mail application to: PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134; or fax to: 704-889-2364.

Town of Pineville is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Planning Technician

The planning technician performs intermediate technical work related to permits and general zoning review. This person is responsible for analyzing the physical development of the Town in regards the application of town ordinances, and customer interactions both by phone and in person. Work generally requires the employee to create maps, enforce and oversee regulations, issue zoning compliance letters, sign permits, and additional zoning review or research as required.  Guides include zoning ordinance, subdivision ordinance, general statutes and land development plans. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Planning Director and is evaluated through observation, conferences and quality and effectiveness of work completed. You may apply in the following ways: Go to www.pinevillenc.gov under Government, Departments, Human Resources, download the application. For consideration, scan and email with resume to [email protected] or fax your application packet to: 704-889-2364, or mail required documents to PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134, Attention Human Resources.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in planning, geography or a related field, or considerable course work, and one or more years of planning experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Must have either a valid North Carolina or South Carolina’s driver’s license and be able to maintain a safe driving record.  Ability to obtain AICP certification is preferred.

NC Retirement System and 401k eligible

Excellent benefits

Full Time/Hourly Position. Open until filled with review of applications beginning March 21, 2021 .

Police Dept. – 911 Telecom

The Pineville Police Department is currently recruiting for a Full Time Telecommunicator. Under the general supervision of the Telecommunicator Supervisor, the Telecommunicator operates telecommunication equipment in the receipt and transmission of police, fire and other calls. Telecommunicator perform technical work in monitoring multi-channel telecommunications equipment to dispatch police, fire, first responders or other personnel and equipment in response to emergency and non-emergency calls on an assigned shift. Employees in this class receive complaints and other forms of communications from the general public where appropriate, contacts the units to be dispatched, giving the type and location of the emergency and other pertinent information.

Full & Part Time Positions are available. Open until filled.

Police Dept. – Police Officer

The Pineville Police Department is currently recruiting for a full- time police officer(s).  Performs responsible police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances.

North Carolina Basic Law Enforcement (BLET) certification is preferred.  Not certified?  Review the list of police academies in our area through our PPD website under “Join PPD” tab.

If you are interested in applying for an open position, please download the Employment Application below, fill out, and submit via email, fax or US mail.

Employment Application

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Fax your resume to: 704-889-2364

Email your resume to: [email protected]

Or mail your resume to:

Pineville Town Hall
Attn: Human Resources Dept.
P.O. Box 249
Pineville, NC 28134

Benefits Snapshot

The Town of Pineville offers a comprehensive benefits package which includes Medical, Dental and Vision coverage, as well as an Employee Assistance Program. These are provided at no cost to the employee with an option to purchase additional insurance for dependents. Additionally, we offer life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, Flexible Spending Accounts and an array of Supplemental Insurances.

The Town of Pineville is part of the North Carolina Retirement System and as a condition of employment, 6% of every employee’s salary is deducted from their paychecks for the retirement fund. This is a defined benefit plan and an employee’s retirement is based upon years of credited service.  An employee is fully vested after five years of credited service.

We also offer a voluntary 401(k), defined contribution plan, with the Town matching up to 5% of an employee’s contribution.  Sworn law enforcement personnel will automatically receive a 5% match regardless of their own contributions. Once enrolled, an employee is vested immediately.

Click the button below to view the Town of Pineville Employee Handbook.

Police Dept. – 911 Telecom

The Pineville Police Department is currently recruiting for a Full Time Telecommunicator. Under the general supervision of the Telecommunicator Supervisor, the Telecommunicator operates telecommunication equipment in the receipt and transmission of police, fire and other calls. Telecommunicator perform technical work in monitoring multi-channel telecommunications equipment to dispatch police, fire, first responders or other personnel and equipment in response to emergency and non-emergency calls on an assigned shift. Employees in this class receive complaints and other forms of communications from the general public where appropriate, contacts the units to be dispatched, giving the type and location of the emergency and other pertinent information.

Full & Part Time Positions are available. Open until filled.

Police Dept. – 911 Telecom

The Pineville Police Department is currently recruiting for a Full Time Telecommunicator. Under the general supervision of the Telecommunicator Supervisor, the Telecommunicator operates telecommunication equipment in the receipt and transmission of police, fire and other calls. Telecommunicator perform technical work in monitoring multi-channel telecommunications equipment to dispatch police, fire, first responders or other personnel and equipment in response to emergency and non-emergency calls on an assigned shift. Employees in this class receive complaints and other forms of communications from the general public where appropriate, contacts the units to be dispatched, giving the type and location of the emergency and other pertinent information.

Full & Part Time Positions are available. Open until filled.

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Emergency: Police, Fire & Rescue

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Non-Emergency:

Town Hall Mailing Address:

PO Box 249
Pineville, NC 28134
(Must use P.O. Box when mailing to Town Hall, as mail will not be delivered to physical address)

Town Hall Physical Address:

200 Dover Street
Pineville, NC 28134

Telephone: (704) 889-2291

Fax: (704) 889-2293

Town Hall Office Hours:

Monday–Friday, 8am to 5pm (Town observes State holidays)

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