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 – 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.


The Greene County Health Department (GCHD), which is a county public health department of the Tennessee Department of Health, offers preventive dental services to children and limited services to adults who are in emergency need of relief of pain. No narcotics are kept on premises or prescribed. The Dentist in this position will manage daily operations of the clinic including clinical supervision of one Dental Assistant. Agreements with Greene County and Greeneville City school systems allow for students to be transported to the health department for preventive care during the school year. This partnership is a hallmark of services provided by GCHD and is well respected by families and community partners. Please contact Shaun Street, County Director, or Dr. Alisa Cade, Regional Dental Director, for additional information about the position and this area. Director Street can be reached at 423-798-1749 and Dr. Cade can be reached at 423-979-4651. EEO/AA.

Hours of operation are steady with a 37.5 hour work week; the local health department features 12 to 13 paid holidays per year in addition to both sick and annual (personal) leave which accrues monthly for this position. The cost of living in the area is very modest, malpractice insurance is paid by the County and there is no overhead cost to the dentist. Opportunity to apply for loan repayment is available for NHSC scholars and the Tennessee Student Loan Repayment Program (TSLRP) at this site. NHSC and TSLRP participants are required to work the additional 2.5 hours of administrative time each to satisfy the 40 hour work week.

Animal Control Officer

Greene County is seeking a full-time 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.

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