The Town of Irmo is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is an At-Will employer as allowed by applicable State Law. Employment-At-Will means that regardless of any provision in the application, if hired, the Town or the employee may terminate the employment relationship at any time, for any reason, with or without cause or notice.
Town Hall - One (1) Open Position
The Town of Irmo is seeking an energetic professional to generate all communications for the Town and manage special projects as may be required.
Candidates must be capable of creating regular, original social media posts; designing flyers and advertisements; updating the Town’s website; writing press releases; and coordinating with print and live media. This position also serves as the internal liaison for our IT, A/V, and phone system vendors.
Ideally, the successful candidate will also be able to independently complete a diverse array of projects with minimal oversight. Projects will include grant application and administration, event planning and execution, small business development, and other assignments.
Minimum two years’ experience in communications or public relations. Bachelor’s degree and government experience desired but not required. Valid SC driver’s license required. A job description is available here.
Title and starting pay ($45,000 - $65,000/yr) dependent upon qualifications and experience. Vacation and sick time, state benefits and retirement. EOE
Please submit resume to Doug Polen, Assistant Town Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to attach a cover letter or any examples of your public communication work. Resumes will be received through December 15.
Public Works - One (1) Open Position
Under general supervision, performs various manual tasks in the maintenance of Town buildings and grounds. Work involves ensuring the beautification of road shoulders, parks, sidewalks, and interstate quadrants within and surrounding the town limits; installing and maintaining new and existing landscaping, irrigation, and lighting; serving the public at special events and performs other work related duties as required. Reports to the Public Services Director.
DISCLAIMER: This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.
Law Enforcement - ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
IRMO POLICE DEPARTMENT
POLICE OFFICER I
Under general supervision, performs non-sworn public service duties while waiting to enter classes at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. Attends the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy to complete the Basic Law Enforcement certificate program. Reports to the Patrol Lieutenant.
Completes pre-academy training. This includes on-line classes and tests needed to take the cumulative testing requirements or other requirements of the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.
Attends the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy’s Basic Law Enforcement Training certificate program.
Observes other police officers to gain experience in the principles, practices, and procedures of modern police work.
Assists other police officers as directed. Performs other duties as required.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Knowledge of state, local, and federal laws pertaining to the general exercise of law enforcement duties.
Knowledge of the principles, practices, and procedures of general police work.
Knowledge of departmental organization, mission, policies and procedures.
Knowledge of Town geography. Knowledge of use and care of firearms.
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to work well with colleagues, the general public.
Ability to speak and write clearly and accurately.
Ability to work various shifts on weekends, nights, and holidays and be on call.
Ability to wear uniform and maintain high standard of personal appearance.
Ability to physically perform all job duties to include standing for long periods of time, walk, run, speak clearly, write reports and citations, use firearms, use non-lethal weapons, write, apply handcuffs, drive an automobile, use unarmed self-defense techniques, and physically restrain persons.
Ability to function effectively under stressful conditions and circumstances.
Ability to perform routine duties on a self-initiated basis with no minimal supervision.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
High school graduate.
Have the minimum qualifications to enter training at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy.
Successfully complete the agencies background investigation.
Possession of a valid South Carolina Driver’s License.
NOTE: The listing of duties in this class specification is representative, not exhaustive. It is not necessarily a detailed description of all work responsibilities, and it does not give exclusive title to every function described.