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South Carolina

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Frequently Asked Questions

May I submit an application if there are no open positions?

No. Applications are only accepted for a specific open position.

May I apply for a position that has closed?

No applications will be accepted after the closing date unless the position is reopened and a new closing date is set.

May I submit just a resume to be considered for an open position.

No. All open positions require a Greenwood County Job Application Form. A resume may be attached to the application.

If I attach a resume, do I have to complete the information on the Job Application Form?

Yes. All sections of the Job Application Form must be completed in order for you to be considered for an open position.

If I want to apply for more than one open position, can I submit one application for all the positions?

No. You must submit an application for each open position.

If I have applied for a position before and see it posted again, do I need to submit a new application?

Yes. Each open position requires a new application.

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Greenwood County Voter Registration & Elections Office will conduct a public test of the central count ballot scanners

6/14/22, 2:00 PM

6/14/22, 3:30 PM

Ending:

Greenwood County Voter Registration & Elections Office will conduct a public test of the central count ballot scanners

2022 Primary Election

6/14/22, 2:00 PM

6/15/22, 2:30 AM

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2022 Primary Election

Events

Lake Greenwood Boundary Line Agreement Process Changes Under Consideration

10/11/22, 4:00 PM

Lake Greenwood Boundary Line Agreement Process Changes Under Consideration

Lake Locator Initiative Volunteer Registration and Information

10/10/22, 4:00 PM

Lake Locator Initiative Volunteer Registration and Information

Greenwood County Beginning Lake Locator Initiative

9/28/22, 4:00 PM

Greenwood County Beginning Lake Locator Initiative

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Park Plaza
600 Monument Street

Suite 102, Box P-103

Greenwood, SC 29646
Hours: 8:30-5:00 Monday-Friday

Rhonda McAllister, HR  Director

email: rmcallister @greenwoodsc.gov

Phone: (864) 942-8503

Fax: (864) 942-5677

The Human Resources Department supports Greenwood County’s missions, goals, and objectives in day-to-day operations. Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, the Human Resources Department recruits, develops and retains a high performing, and diverse workforce.

 

Employees enjoy a competitive compensation and benefits package with opportunities for professional development and growth. The department works with employees and individual county departments to assist in providing guidance to achieve their organizational development goals.

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Greenwood County Grievance Committee

Term of Office: 3 years

Authority: The Grievance Committee was established by Greenwood County Ordinance 5-85 to provide a means whereby any employee who feels that he has been subjected to unfair, discriminatory or abusive treatment or abusive treatment may secure a hearing without delay and be assured of a prompt, orderly and fair response to the grievance or appeal. The employee shall be entitled to such time off from his regular duties as many be necessary and reasonable for the presentation and processing of the grievance or appeal without loss of pay, vacation or other credits.

Membership: The county manager shall appoint, subject to the approval of the county council, a committee composed of five members, to be known as the grievance committee. The committee shall be appointed so that it will produce a cross section of the county's employees. The committee members shall serve terms of office of three years, except that, of the members initially appointed, one shall serve for one year, two shall serve for two years, and two shall serve for three years. Positions which become vacant shall be filled on an interim basis for the remainder of the unexpired term.

Responsibilities: The committee shall conduct such investigations and fact-findings as may be necessary and will give its written decision to the county council within ten working days after the hearing. If the council approves the committee's decision, the decision of the committee shall be final and shall be transmitted to the employee and the employing department. If however, the council rejects the decision of the committee, the council shall make its own written decision without  further hearing, and that written decision shall be final. Copies of the written decision shall be transmitted to the employee and the employing department. The written decision of the county shall be rendered to the parties concerned within 30 working days after the receipt of the committee's decision.

Greenwood County Policy 7.3 Grievance Procedure

Meeting Schedule: As needed
Staff Liaison

Jul 1, 2022

Procurement Officer

Anita Baylor

Jul 1, 2022

EMS

Gage Timmerman (Alternate)

Jul 1, 2024

Director of Facilities Mgmt.

James (Jamey) Smith- Chairman

Jul 1, 2022

Solid Waste- Public Works

Melvin Dunlap

Jul 1, 2024

Human Resources

Rita Dixon

Jul 1, 2024

Parks & Recreation

Tee Timmerman

Term Expires

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Human Resources

Human Resources