Human Resources Contacts

Erin Dixson & Connie Sharpe

Erin Stiles
HR Director
Phone: 256.912.0505

Connie Sharpe
HR Specialist
Phone: 256.912.0513

Job Opportunities





Posted: Monday, February 20, 2017

Removal: Friday, March 10, 2017

Position: Vehicle Maintenance Director

Range: Negotiable

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Mayor, employee plans, directs, and organizes the daily operations and personnel of the Vehicle Maintenance Department.  The Vehicle Maintenance Department Director ensures that repairs and maintenance on City vehicles and equipment is completed in a timely, efficient, and effective manner.  Employee is responsible for developing, administering, and adhering to department budgets.  Develops annual budget for presentation to Mayor and City Council.  Supervises department employees in vehicle maintenance shop and fabrication and welding shop. Approves time worked; performs and signs employee evaluations.  Performs other tasks as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Possess a high school diploma or GED
  2. Possess a current and valid Class A CDL.
  3. Possession of technical certificate in welding technology.
  4. Possession of auto diesel degree.
  5. Five (5) years’ experience in shop management.
  6. Seven (7) years’ experience in vehicle and equipment maintenance.
  7. Must obtain and maintain a certification in Freon recovery within six (6) months of date of hire.
  8. Ability to travel overnight to attend meetings and classes required.
  9. Ability to remain on call 24/7.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  1. Knowledge and skill in diagnostic testing used to detect problems and measure performance of vehicles.
  2. Skill in adapting available tools and repair parts to specific repair problems.
  3. Knowledge of and installation of heating and cooling units in vehicles.
  4. Knowledge of the operating principals of gasoline and diesel engines and of mechanical repair of vehicles, light and heavy equipment.
  5. Ability to weld all types of vehicles and heavy equipment.
  6. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions associated with vehicle and equipment service and repair.
  7. Ability to rebuild and repair engines, hoses, radiators, brakes, transmissions, axles, and other defective parts.
  8. Ability to repair and assemble hydraulic hoses.
  9. Computer, problem solving, time management, verbal, and math skills.

10.  Ability to deal with the public in a calm, courteous, and professional manner.





 Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Removal: Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Position: Jailer

Range: $11.59 - $20.41 per hour

 Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Lieutenant – Jail Supervisor, the employee performs duties related to efficient and effective operation of the municipal jail.  Employee performs in-take duties to include fingerprinting, collecting personal property, and performing searches.  Employee monitors inmates, operates jail store, coordinates inmate work projects, and assists with meal distribution daily.  Employee is also responsible for duties related to the discharge of inmates.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Possession of a high school diploma or GED.
  2. Ability to obtain jail certification within six months; ability to maintain certification.
  3. Minimum age of twenty one (21) years.
  4. Possesses valid and current Alabama driver’s license.

 Job Domains, Skills, and Abilities

In-Take: Enters arrest report information into jail database.  Performs fingerprinting, takes photographs, and completes booking sheet with information related to any personal items belonging to inmate.  Performs searches of inmates.

Jail Operations: Monitors inmates and inmate workers, answers phone, and coordinates trustees for work projects.  Tracks wages paid to inmates and operates jail store.  Assists with meal distribution and issues medication to prisoners as directed by medical professionals.  Testifies in court proceedings.

Discharges: Approves bonds to include appearance bonds and property bonds.  Contacts other agencies to inform of inmate’s release.  Releases personal property to inmate.  Releases inmate in computer.  Performs other duties as assigned

Knowledge and Skills: Skills in operating security and office equipment.  Ability to physically restrain violent inmates as needed and respond quickly to emergency situations.  Ability to exercise tact, courtesy, firmness, and fairness with inmates, attorneys, families, and other persons concerning the welfare of inmates.

The City of Scottsboro is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.


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