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You may apply for current job openings as listed below. An application is required for each position for which you apply. Applications may be completed on-line or printed and mailed to the address indicated in the job announcement.

On-line applications will serve as originals and need not be followed up with a printed application. RESUMES ARE ACCEPTED ONLY WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY A CITY OF ROME  OR FLOYD COUNTY EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION. You may request a full job description for current openings from the Human Resources Department.


City of Rome Human Resources Department
607 Broad Street, Suite 100, P.O. Box 1433, Rome, GA 30162-1433
Phone: 706/236-4450  Fax: 706/236-4465. We are located on the first floor of the Carnegie Building. 
 

Floyd County Board of Commissioners Human Resources Department 
12  East 4th Avenue, Suite 102, P.O. Box 946, Rome, GA 30161 
Phone: (706)-291-5156  Fax:  (706)-233-0014

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Job Title: Police Officer  Click here for MORE INFO
Status: Open
Closes: 9/1/2014
Owner: Rome City
Type: Law Enforcement
Description: This full-time position is responsible for enforcing federal, state, and local laws and to protect life and property.
Job Title: Police Officer  Click here for MORE INFO
Status: Closed
Closes: 6/29/2012
Owner: Rome City
Type: Law Enforcement
Description: Successful candidates must be able to complete basic peace officer certification

Job Title: Payroll/Financial Computer Operations  Click here for MORE INFO
Status: Open
Closes: 8/7/2014
Owner: Rome City
Type: Finance
Description: This position is responsible for setting up and processing bi-weekly payroll and processing all financial updates from Enterprise Resource Program (ERP) modules that interface with Finance. Sets up payroll for departmental entry of hours and pulls information to process. Execute time summaries and leave accruals. Review payroll for accuracy. Reconcile payroll changes provided by Human Resources prior to final processing of payroll. Process and distribute pay notifications to departments. Answer employee questions relating to payroll. Prepare Federal and State tax reports, overtime and vacation accrual reports and other miscellaneous reports. Calculate Garnishments, Chapter 13 and Child Supports and calculate deductions and process for distribution. Balance monthly deduction reports, quarterly 941, worker’s compensation reports and yearly W2s. Reconcile and upload daily electronic files—Payroll, Accounts Payable, On-line payments, Parking Tickets, 401 and 457 Deposits, EFT-bank draft and Batch postings. Process, print and distribute month-end reports and all financial reports. Work on special projects and statistical data computations and other financial documentation as needed. Essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related duties as assigned.
Job Title: Heavy Equipment Operator I  Click here for MORE INFO
Status: Open
Closes: 8/8/2014
Owner: Rome City
Type: Water and Sewer
Description: This position is an entry level position and is responsible for the physical labor involved in operating and maintaining the water and sewer system. Operates and maintains light to heavy equipment used to construct, set, install, repair, and service water and sewer lines. As an entry level position most tasks will be performed on the ground/manual labor and not necessarily in equipment. Assists in setting meters and installing water/sewer pipes and associated fixtures. Repairs and services water main leaks and cleaning sewer mains and manholes. Operates dump truck (job site only without CDL) and trailers used in transporting rock, sand, trash, solid waste, gravel, pipe, manholes, etc. Operates dump truck, tractor, bobcat and other light construction equipment in maintaining the sewer collection system. Operates tractor used in cutting grass and underbrush. On occasion may operate other equipment used in maintenance and construction based on the incumbent’s skill level. Assists in maintaining levies and right-of-ways. Cleans and maintains equipment and buildings as required. Position is subject to call-in and overtime work; possible shift rotation during emergency conditions. Must be able to come to work promptly and regularly. Must be able to work well with others and take directions from assigned supervisors. Essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related duties as assigned.
Job Title: Code Enforcement Inspector  Click here for MORE INFO
Status: Open
Closes: 8/8/2014
Owner: Rome City
Type: Miscellaneous
Description: This position is responsible for effectively managing the City of Rome’s Code Enforcement Target Area Program for the City’s Community Development Block Grant Program. Performs a variety of routine and complex duties for the City’s Code Enforcement Target Area Program. Receive and respond to questions, concerns and queries on alleged violations codes and ordinances. Conduct interviews and field investigations of potential violations; meet with property owners, tenants, rental agencies, and business operators; issue and post warning notices, notices of violation, corrective notices, orders to comply, and related documentation for code violations. Work cooperatively with the Community Development Department, Rome/Floyd County Building Inspection Department, the Neighborhood Sustainability Director, other divisions, and City Attorney. Read, correctly interpret, apply and use building and housing codes, CDBG administrative requirements, and other laws, regulations and policies as required. Keep abreast of applicable city and state laws and regulations. Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive reports, correspondences, and other required documents. Attend meetings and serves as a resource to other City departments, divisions, the general public, and outside agencies. Essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related duties as assigned.