October 5, 2017

Employment Opportunities

Above positions are full-time which includes benefits such as medical, dental, and vision insurances, pension/retirement, sick and vacation leave accrual, bereavement leave, determined paid holidays, and other fringe benefits.

GREENE COUNTY EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

EMS

Greene County – Greeneville EMS is now hiring full-time and part-time Paramedics and AEMTs. We offer great pay and benefits package. If you are interested, please send your resume to: Greeneville/ Greene County EMS 815 West Summer St. Greeneville, TN 37745 or call 423-798-1720 for more information.

Cook

Greene County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for a full time Cook in the correctional division.  Hours will vary between 3:00am-11:00am and 11:00am-7:00pm, and will be 40 hours per week.  Weekend work required.  Hourly pay will be $10.76 per hour.  Benefits to include medical, dental, vision, TCRS retirement, paid sick and vacation, etc.  Interested applicants should pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Department located at 116 E. Depot Street, Greeneville, TN 37745.

Public Health Office Assistant (PHOA)

Greene County Health Department

The Greene County Health Department is seeking a full-time Public Health Office Assistant (PHOA) position. The PHOA is responsible for office/clerical functions in a clinic setting working directly with patients. The PHOA will collect and update patient demographic information for registration, reviews and verifies current insurance information, provides income screenings and assists with completion of informed consents, as well as immunization status. The employee in this position will enter collected data into PTBMIS and prepare medical records for services to be provided. This person also determines eligibility for program services provided by the Department of Health and other referring agencies; reviews documentation such as income, residency, identification, citizenship, and insurance information to determine if client qualifies for services based on information provided and set program criteria; informs client of rights and responsibilities for participation in various programs such as Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Family Planning, and Primary Care, and schedules appointments. In addition, the PHOA serves as a liaison between clients and medical providers, the community, and other agencies; reviews and processes applications for birth/death certificates, burial transit permits, and cremations; interprets and explains policies and procedures related to vital record activities. Previous medical office experience recommended and preferred as this position requires interacting in multiple computer software programs and websites.

Benefits include:  Medical, dental, and vision insurances; pension/retirement plan, paid holidays, paid sick and vacation leave, bereavement leave, employee health clinic, etc…

Starting Salary: $1,874.00 monthly

To be considered for this position, both an application and resume will need to be submitted to the Greene County Health Department at 810 West Church Street Greeneville, TN 37745; ATTN: Office Supervisor. 

Applications can be picked up at the Greene County Health Department or can be printed on the Greene County Government webpage, www.greenecountytngov.com

Applications are being accepted through June 12, 2020. 

Heavy Equipment Operator – Greene County Solid Waste

Job Overview/ Nature of Work

Operation of Wheel Loader at the Greene County Transfer Station to load solid waste (MSW) into a trailer for transportation to the Lowland Landfill. The operator will also move/position trailers (the operator must be familiar with connecting/disconnecting trailers) for loading. The operator will also be responsible for tarping the trailers after they are loaded.

Examples of Work

Push MSW with wheel loader and put in trailer

Switch from bucket to plunger to pack MSW in trailer

Perform preventative maintenance on equipment

Make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment

Move trailers

Tarp trailers

Clean out drains in transfer station

Performs related duties as required ( may drive a roll off or front loader truck)

Necessary Requirements of Work

Graduation from an accredited high school preferred

Five years’ experience operating heavy equipment

Ability to interact tactfully with the public

Ability to make decisions within established operating procedures

Sufficient strength to perform the physically demanding aspects of the job in a variety of weather conditions (like kneeling, crawling, jumping and lifting amongst others)

Must possess a class B CDL

Must pass a pre-employment drug screening, physical and “work steps” job evaluation

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $13.00 to $15.00 /hour

Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the Greene County Mayor’s office located at 204 N. Cutler Street, Greeneville, TN 37745

Truck Drivers Class A or B – Greene County Solid Waste

Greene County Solid Waste is accepting applications for truck drivers. Work includes hauling household trash and debris and recyclable materials for Greene County. Activities also include collecting trash from convenience centers and local businesses to the landfill. Applicants must be able to safely operate a large sanitation truck and/or a one-ton truck. Requirements are high school diploma or equivalent, and possession of a valid Tennessee Commercial Drivers License, Class A or B, and the ability to be insured at standard vehicle liability rates. Preferred qualifications are, considerable experience working in solid waste operations and operating heavy equipment. Position is 37.5 hours per week.

Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the Greene County Mayor’s office located at 204 N. Cutler Street, Greeneville, TN 37745

Animal Control Officer

This position is responsible law enforcement work involving all aspects of animal apprehension, control, and placement for Greene County. Responsibilities include picking up stray and abandoned animals, transporting them to the animal shelter, and providing care for them until placement or euthanasia. Additional responsibilities include educating the public, cleaning and maintaining the shelter, investigating animal abuse cases, and assisting in euthanasia. Employees must be capable of successfully interacting with the public, performing routine administrative responsibilities, and physically capable of performing strenuous and potentially dangerous tasks.

Necessary requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Must submit to and pass a psychological evaluation
  • Must be 21 years or older
  • Previous experience in crime prevention and law enforcement (preferred)
  • Experience working with animals
  • Ability to interact appropriately with the public and perform the physically demanding aspects of the job

Necessary special requirements:

  • Must submit to extensive background check
  • Must be able to pass pre-employment physical and drug screening
  • Must be able to hold a bond
  • Must maintain a current and valid Certification for Euthanasia, and complete all required training for the position
  • Must possess a valid Tennessee Drivers License and be insurable at standard vehicle insurance rates

Anyone interested in this position may pick up/drop off an application at the Greene County Animal Control office OR the Greene County Mayor’s office.

Public Health Office Assistant –

The Greene County Health Department is seeking a full-time Public Health Office Assistant (PHOA) position. The PHOA is responsible for office/clerical functions in a clinic setting working directly with patients. The PHOA will collect and update patient demographic information for registration, reviews and verifies current insurance information, provides income screenings and assists with completion of informed consents, as well as immunization status. The employee in this position will enter collected data into PTBMIS and prepare medical records for services to be provided. This person also determines eligibility for program services provided by the Department of Health and other referring agencies; reviews documentation such as income, residency, identification, citizenship, and insurance information to determine if client qualifies for services based on information provided and set program criteria; informs client of rights and responsibilities for participation in various programs such as Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Family Planning, and Primary Care, and schedules appointments. In addition, the PHOA serves as a liaison between clients and medical providers, the community, and other agencies; reviews and processes applications for birth/death certificates, burial transit permits, and cremations; interprets and explains policies and procedures related to vital record activities. Previous medical office experience recommended and preferred as this position requires interacting in multiple computer software programs and websites.

Benefits include:  Medical, dental, and vision insurances; pension/retirement plan, paid holidays, paid sick and vacation leave, bereavement leave, employee health clinic, etc…

Starting Salary: $1,874.00 monthly

Please submit resume to Kimberly.L.Brown@tn.gov or drop off resume at 810 West Church Street Greeneville, TN 37745; ATTN: Office Supervisor.  Greene County Gov’t applications are available at www.greenecountytngov.com 

 Applications are being accepted through July 10, 2020. 

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