EMPLOYMENT NOTICE

Part-time Custodian Position for the Paris Civic Center

The City of Paris will be accepting applications for a part-time Custodian position for the Paris Civic Center.  This is a night/weekend position.  Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m., July 24, 2017.  A full job description is found below.  To download and print a copy of the City of Paris Employment Applications, click here.  Or you may visit the City Business Office, 100 North Caldwell Street, Paris, Tennessee, 38242 to obtain copies of the Employment Application and full job description.  Completed applications should be turned in or mailed to the City Business Office..  Should you have any questions in regards to this position please contact Tony Lawrence @ 731-644-2517.  The City of Paris is an equal opportunity employer.  A negative drug screen is required.

 

Kim Foster, City Manager

 

 

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE

Part-time Animal Shelter Attendant

Part-Time Position Opening

The City of Paris has an opening for a part-time animal shelter attendant.  Primary responsibilities for this position will be care of animals and assistance with adoptions.  A full job description is found below.  To download and print a copy of the City of Paris Employment Applications, click here.  Or you may visit the City Business Office, 100 North Caldwell Street, Paris, Tennessee, 38242 to obtain copies of the Employment Application and full job description.  Completed applications should be turned in or mailed to the City Business Office.  Applications will be accepted until 4:30 pm on Friday, August 4, 2017.

If accessibility assistance is needed contact ADA Coordinator Jennifer Morris @ 731-641-1410.

 

Kim Foster, City Manager

 

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION FOR ANIMAL SHELTER ATTENDANT

 Nature of Work

This is responsible work in operating and maintaining the Animal Shelter.

Work involves responsibility for the operation of the Animal Shelter and caring for impounded animals.  An employee of this class is exposed to an element of personal danger and has considerable contact with the general public.

Work is performed independently within established laws and regulations with supervision and assistance available in handling more difficult and/or unusual situations.

 

Illustrative Examples of Work

Performs tasks related to the operation of the Animal Shelter; cleans and maintains building and grounds.

Feeds and cares for impounded animals; explains shelter policies and regulations to the general public.

Collects fees and issues receipts for animals brought to the shelter, and claimed or adopted from the shelter; prepares and maintains necessary records and reports.

This is a job that requires working weekends and holidays.

 

Desirable Knowledges, Abilities and Skills

Knowledge of the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations pertaining to animal control and sheltering.

Knowledge of the care and characteristics of domestic animals.

Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.

Ability to prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.

Skill in handling of animals and the operation of animal control equipment.

 

Desirable Training and Experience

Education sufficient to develop above average reading, writing, and mathematical skills.  Some experience in working with animals is preferable.