Employment

Town of Greeneville Public Works

 

The Town of Greeneville is looking for individuals with various levels of maintenance experience, including mowing, spraying weeds, litter pickup, weed eating/trimming, operating tractors, bush hogs, flail & boom mowers, and other trucks/equipment. Class B CDL preferred or ability to obtain. Additional specialized skills (concrete, asphalt, etc.) can be compensated at a higher rate of pay.

 

Minimum of HS Diploma/GED & TN Driver License required. Pay depends on experience. Download application by clicking here. Please return via postal mail to ATTN: HR Staff, 200 N. College Street, Greeneville, TN 37745, email humanresourcesstaff@greenevilletn.gov or pick up from box outside Town Hall side entrance. Open until filled. EOE/Drug Free Workplace

Accountant

The Town of Greeneville is seeking a professional Accountant with a CPA or a CMFO (Certified Municipal Financial Officer) or achievement of such certification within two years. Municipal government finance accounting experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. Salary DOE. Applications and resumes can be emailed to humanresourcesstaff@greenevilletn.gov or mailed to Human Resource Director, 200 N. College Street, Greeneville, TN 37745. A completed application is required for consideration. Please click here for an application for employment.

 

Open until filledEOE/Drug Free Workplace

 

 

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MyRide Transportation Coordinator

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Application can also be picked up at the Town Hall Finance window.

Email resume to pfuller@greenevilletn.gov with the application for consideration. You may mail a copy of your resume with the completed application to: Attention: Human Resources, 200 N. College Street, Greeneville, TN 37745. 

Drug Free Workplace / Equal Opportunity Employer

Open Until Filled

MyRide Transportation Coordinator

Detailed Information

Definition

Under direct supervision of the Roby Center Director, the MyRIDE Greeneville Transportation Coordinator controls the day-to-day operations of the MyRide, volunteer door-thru-door, senior transportation program, which serves Greeneville’s older adult population.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage and follows all program policies
  • Operate program within available funding levels
  • Develop, manage and maintain systems related to the transportation program, including volunteer and rider files, database records (Assisted Rides), operations, reports, quality assurance surveys
  • Responsible for completion of Volunteer Driver application process- forms, signatures, background checks, photos, copies of drivers license, insurance cards etc and maintain hard copy and electronic storage of these items
  • Assist with recruiting, screening, training, scheduling and evaluating volunteers and riders
  • Implement orientation/training for drivers (Coordinate with the First Tennessee Are Agency on Aging and Disability (FTAAAD) Volunteer Transportation Coordinator for the initial group training)
  • Provide rider services, outreach, and follow-up, including all required assessments, reassessments, and program evaluations
  • Schedule rides or appropriately helps volunteers to schedule their rides
  • Responsible for financial duties: receiving payments, deposit checks to bank or to financial person responsible for deposits, maintaining receipt book and Excel sheet
  • Responsible for entering data in Assistedrides.com re: driver/rider profiles, destinations, client financial accounts, ride requests
  • Monitor database entries and client files regularly for accuracy and completeness
  • Ensure that files, database records and reports are complete, accurate, current and secured under lock and key and are applicable with HIPAA policies
  • Monitoring Assisted Rides data base to insure all driver information is kept up to date
  • Monitor Assisted Rides data base to insure all rides are assigned
  • Submit to supervisor, or appointee of supervisor, data required for monthly, quarterly and annual reports and other information necessary to inform stakeholders, participants, and the community in a timely manner
  • Participate in program development, strategic planning and fundraising activities
  • Use marketing strategies to acquire drivers and riders -such as attending community events, distributing brochures to businesses, churches etc. and utilizing media exposure
  • Keep in close communication with drivers and riders for any possible issues
  • Network with relevant community organizations
  • Attend meetings and trainings as required 
  • Treat all with respect and adhere to the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center policies as well as all policies pertaining to being employed by the Town of Greeneville.
  • Cooperate, communicate and work closely with FTAAAD Volunteer Transportation Coordinator
  • Identify /reach out to sponsors and be proactive in fundraising events
  • Other duties, as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • Passion for service and compassion for seniors
  • Patience and congeniality
  • Proven organizational and project management skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Computer database experience and skills
  • Flexibility
  • Experience in developing volunteer reward and recognition programs
  • Mentoring and coaching skills
  • Problem-solving skills

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The Town of Greeneville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All applicants and employees are considered for positions for which they qualify through experience and education. The Town of Greeneville considerations are without regard to genetic information, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, previous/present or future military service, or any other prohibited basis of discriminations, as provided under state and federal laws.  The Town of Greeneville will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with qualifying disabilities under the American’s with Disabilities Act or any other federal or state laws.  All requests for accommodation should be directed to human resources.