Human Resources Office
Department of Finance and Administration for Greene County Contact Persons: Rebecca Harris, Human Resources Director (724-852-5200)
Cara Cox, Human Resources Specialist (724-852-5381)
Greene County Office Building, 3rd Floor
93 East High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-852-5200 / Fax: 724-852-5268
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m., MondayFriday (Evenings and weekends as needed)
The Human Resources Office is responsible for recruiting for open positions; managing the employment classification and compensation system and employee benefit programs such as medical and dental insurance; administering overall employment policy and procedures; working to resolve employee relations issues; and generating bi-weekly payroll and related reporting. In additional to workforce planning and directory the posting of job announcements of available county jobs, the Human Resources Director also interviews and screens prospective employees and recommends candidates to the Appointing Authority. The Human Resources Director also works cooperatively with both the Pennsylvania CareerLink in recruiting, testing and hiring for the positions throughout county government.
Human Resources is responsible to monitor and maintain compliance of employee relations within full consideration to the county's Equal Employment Opportunity policies and Federal , State and Local Laws and Regulations. Human Resources provides the following services to the individuals seeking employment and former and current county employees:
Compliance EEOC, FLSA, ADA
Human Resources Mission is to promote quality employee relations, comprehensive recruitment, visionary workforce planning, transparent monitoring, accurate and timely payroll and quality benefit administration and assistance "SERVICES" to those who call upon us and to assist in the development, enhancement and prudent utilization of the County workforce while ensuring total Federal, State and Local regulatory compliance.
Clearance Instructions Please be advised that effective January 1, 2015, all summer applicants with a likelihood of working with children are required to obtain the ChildLine, FBI and State Police Clearances before they can start work for Greene County.