CITY OF ARCHDALE Currently, there are no job openings. Please check back later. ...go to the Job Openings article.
Applications submitted for position vacancies are carefully screened by Human Resources and the names of those best qualified are forwarded to the hiring department. There, interviews are conducted and job offers are made. All such offers are contingent upon a satisfactory drug ...go to the Online Employment Form article.
Human Resources provides leadership and support to the City’s workforce, in the areas of: Compensation and benefits administration Employee training and development Risk management and occupational safety Recruitment and selection Human Resources also ensures compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local ...go to the Archdale Human Resources Introduction article.
The employee population of the City of Archdale is made up of 66 individuals in regular full-time and part-time roles. In addition to the regular staff there are 7 elected officials (a Mayor and six council members), as well as a City ...go to the Our Organization article.
One of the primary functions of Human Resources is to attract top talent to the City of Archdale and to provide for developmental and promotional opportunities to our staff. We strive to post open position notices internally and on our website for ...go to the Employment Process article.
Employee safety is one of the City’s primary concerns. To that end, we have produced a safety program and appointed a Safety Team, to foster safety initiatives. This project supports the City’s overall goal of maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. ...go to the Safety article.
The City of Archdale is committed to the development of its employees. As such, we offer employees both internal classes and external training opportunities. ...go to the Training & Development article.
The City of Archdale does not discriminate in any way or deprive any person of employment opportunities or otherwise adversely affect the status of any employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age disability, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, lawful ...go to the Equal Employment Opportunity article.