Human Resources Quarterly Report April, May

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Human Resources
Quarterly Report
April, May, and June 2013
Human resource management - function of
attracting, developing, and retaining enough
qualified employees to perform the activities
necessary to accomplish organizational
objectives. Three main objectives:
1)
Providing qualified, well-trained
employees for the organization.
2)
Maximizing employee effectiveness in
the organization.
3)
Satisfying individual employee needs
through monetary compensation,
benefits, opportunities to advance, and
job satisfaction.
EMPLOYMENT POLICY
The City of Tybee Island is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. It is our policy that employment
decisions are made on the basis of
merit and fitness for the position.
COMPLETING THE APPLICATION
Applicants must complete an application for each position.
Please follow the instructions shown on the application. If you
need more space, you may attach additional sheets. All
applications must be completed IN FULL. A RESUME MAY
BE ATTACHED TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
BUT DOES NOT TAKE THE PALCE OF COMPLETING THE
APPLICATION. A complete and accurate application is
essential, since this is the primary source used for determining
your qualifications.
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JOB REQUIREMENTS
Please note the education and/or experience
requirements listed in the Job Vacancy
Announcements and Job Descriptions. These
are minimum standards which all applicants
must meet in order to be considered for
employment. All employees are required to
provide proof of identity and authorization of
employability.
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ADVERTISING VACANCIES
Vacant positions are advertised on the City’s
website at www.cityoftybee.org and posted for
review on various bulletin boards throughout the
City’s departments. Depending on the position,
periodically the vacant position is advertised in the
Savannah Morning News as well as various
Governmental and Professional websites.
Applications are accepted only for positions which
are currently being advertised.
Applicant Procedure
A completed City of Tybee Island application should be
received by the Human Resources Office.
Application Review
Every application received is reviewed for completion
by the Human Resources Office. Applications will be
forwarded to the appropriate department for
consideration.
Interviews
• Hiring departments select applicants for
interviews from the applicant pool. The hiring
department notifies the persons selected for
scheduled interviews by telephone or email.
• Those selected for interviews need to complete
an Authorization for Release of Information form.
This form is used for the sole purpose of conducting a
background investigation which may include a credit
search, a criminal history check, and/or driver’s record
check. If the City of Tybee Island decides to obtain a
consumer credit report, the city will provide, at your
request, the name and address of the reporting agency so
that you may obtain from such reporting agency the
nature and substance of information contained in such a
report. Information regarding age, sex or race will not be
used as part of any employment decision.
• After the interviews, the hiring department makes a
selection pending the background check. All
applications are returned to the Human Resource
Office.
• The Human Resources Office contacts the selected
candidate for submission to drug and alcohol
screening. The candidate must pass the drug and
alcohol screening before employment is offered.
After the results of the drug and alcohol screening are
obtained, the Human Resources Office contacts the
applicant and offers the position. All candidates who are
interviewed, but not selected, are informed of the
decision.
Note: Application, resumes, letters of reference, etc.
submitted with the application become property of the
City of Tybee Island. Some information provided may be
subject to public disclosure under the Georgia Records
Act.
YOUR INTEREST IN EMPLOYMENT WITH THE
CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND IS APPRECIATED.
SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR
COMMENTS, PLEASE CONTACT:
HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICE
912-472-5029
3 Full Time Employees
2 Public Works Laborers and 1 Police Officer
3 Part Time Employees
1 Detention Officer, 1 Animal Control Officer and
1 Campground Clerk
76 Seasonal
20 Beach and Bike Patrol Officers, 43 Ocean
Rescue, 11 Parking Enforcement and 2
Campground Workers
Jimmy Bostwick,
Foreman for Department of Public Works
• Motivation starts with good employee morale, the mental
attitude of employees toward their employer and jobs.
• High morale = sign of a well-managed organization
• Poor morale shows up through absenteeism,
employee turnover, strikes, falling productivity, and
rising employee grievances
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