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

ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II

Under supervision, performs intermediate paraprofessional work performing a variety of accounting tasks including accounts payables & receivables, business licenses, processing payroll, preparing reports and maintaining records.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Prepares and process accounts payable; Enters financial information into internal accounting system, issue W-9’s to new vendors and ensures information is received prior to disbursement and issue 1099’s annually

Maintains fiscal information, files and records (e.g. invoices, requisitions, accounts payable, purchase orders, applications, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring comprehensive and accurate data compliance with current accounting systems and general accounting principles

Responsible for processing and reconciliation of any billing, receivables, credit card management, budget data, purchase requisitions, work orders for the purpose of updating information, completing financial transactions and ensuring accurate transmissions of data

Processes invoices from departments that are responsible for purchases and ensures proper approvals are obtained

Processes payments; prints checks, matches invoices and mails them in a timely manner to avoid penalties and/or additional incurred expenses

Reconciles statements from vendors and follow up with departments to resolve issues

Prepare and post journal entries to general ledger

Enters daily deposits in the system, completes bank slip and deposit funds in the Town’s account on a daily basis; review bank balances to assure funds are available to cover expenditures

Performs month end closing; reconciles accounts payable to general ledger accounts; Reconcile and balance Town’s petty cash drawer

Maintains payroll information by administering the collection and review of timesheets to ensure accuracy, completeness, authorization and adherence to state and federal regulations and the calculation and entry of payroll data

Calculates sick and vacation accrual, process garnishments and maintain insurance reports, tracks all benefit deductions, reconcile benefit accounts for billing and prepare premium payment request and charge to the appropriate accounts; maintain benefit and payroll tax records

Responsible for setting up, entering, updating and maintaining accurate and consistent HR/Payroll database information as it relates to the hiring of new employees through the archival of employment records

Compile, maintain and present information needed for the various internal and external audits conducted throughout the year

Compiles and reconciles information and prepares various monthly, quarterly and annual payroll and financial reports and distribute to the appropriate internal staff and external persons and or agencies

Post and prepare the necessary adjustments to the General Ledger

Administrator for setting up new users and active card changes for Town’s credit card account

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

General knowledge of accounting processes and procedures including accounts payable and payroll; working knowledge of governmental bookkeeping practices and procedures, terminology and methods; knowledge of basic software applications related to financial applications; ability to understand and apply policies and procedures to the maintenance of financial reports and accounting records; ability to verify accounting documents and forms for accuracy and completeness; general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to perform mathematical computations with speed and accuracy; conduct basic research; set up and maintain database files to create spreadsheets and other related forms and/or documents; skills to use a computer, Microsoft applications and other office equipment; ability to communicate both orally and in writing; ability to provide customer excellence both internally and externally; ability to establish relationships with department heads, employees and the general public

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

An Associate’s degree preferred, High School Diploma or equivalent required with 2 or three years’ prior experience in accounts payable and payroll.  Previous experience working for a municipality is preferred, but not required.

FULL TIME  benefits eligible
Starting pay $17.50 to $21.00 / hour DOE

Open  7/17/21 until filled

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

Seasonal Tournament Grounds Crew

The Town of Pineville is recruiting for a Seasonal Tournament Grounds Crew position for the Parks and Recreation Department.

The position is responsible for performing essential grounds maintenance for weekend tournaments at Jack Hughes Park. Work involves ensuring that the general aesthetics of facilities and grounds are attractive and inviting to all participants and attendees at the park and its facilities. This will include, but not limited to dragging and lining the fields, park inspections and the housekeeping of the parks grounds.

Candidate must have knowledge of and/or willingness to learn common ball field and facility maintenance; safe cleaning practices; ability to work in a fast-paced environment and in extreme climates and must be at least 18 years of age. This position requires non-traditional work hours that range from Friday afternoons to Sunday nights and may include morning to late weekend hours. Prospective candidates must also have a valid NC or SC driver’s license with a clean driving record.

Interested candidates can apply in the following ways: at www.pinevillenc.gov under
Town Departments, Human Resources, download application from our website and scan
and email to [email protected]; mail applications and resume to
PO Box 249, Pineville, NC 28134, Attention Human Resources or fax to 704.889.2364.

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

To submit an application for employment, please download the application from the link below.

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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 paid Medical, Dental and Vision coverage, a Health Reimbursement Arrangement, 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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Town of Pineville Contacts

Emergency: Police, Fire & Rescue

  • DIAL 9-1-1

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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