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What web browser should I use?

CivicHR works best with Firefox, Google Chrome, or the most up-to-date version of Internet Explorer.

How do I view jobs that are currently open?

All positions currently open with the County can be viewed on the County Employment page.  You can view the job details by clicking on ‘View Details’.

The job I want isn’t currently posted. Can I still apply?

Greene County only accepts online applications for positions that are currently open and advertised, however, you may sign up to be notified when job openings become available. To sign up for job alert notifications on the Career Portal page, click on ‘Notify Me’. You will be asked to provide your first name, last name and email address. If you would like to stop receiving job alert notification emails you may select ‘Unsubscribe from Job Alerts’ located at the bottom of your job alert notification email.

How do I apply for jobs that are currently open?

In order to apply for a posted position, first time visitors will need to register within the CivicHR site. You will need to remember the email address you use to create your account. You will only need to register once. You may apply for open position(s) for which you are qualified by clicking on ‘Apply Now’.

What if I forget my e-mail address and/or password?

If you forget the e-mail address used to create your account please contact [email protected] or call 888-228-2233. If you forget your password, click the ‘forgot password’ link and follow the instructions sent via e-mail.

Can I save my application before I finish completing it?

Yes, CivicHR automatically saves your information every five minutes. You may save your current information by clicking on ‘Save Progress’. All applications must be submitted by the closing date. If you have saved an application but not submitted it by the deadline it will not be accepted or considered.

What if I do not have an email address?

You can establish a free email account using online services such as Hotmail, Gmail or others. Visit the site of your choice and follow instructions.

Who will see my application if I use CivicHR?

CivicHR is a cloud-based HR solution that manages employee data in a centralized, secure system. Your information will be available to the Human Resources Department and the interviewer(s) for the specific job opening for which you apply. Greene County does not share its database with other companies or localities.

When will I receive a response from my online application?

Upon successful submission of your online application, you will receive an “Application Submitted Successfully” message and a separate e-mail confirmation. Periodically check your e-mail account for application status updates.

Applicants will be contacted by the department hiring manager if selected for an interview. Please, no phone calls.

Why didn't I get an interview if I met the requirements on the posting?

Due to the large volume of applications, it is often necessary for the recruiter to screen beyond the minimum requirements of the posting. Recruiters may screen additional years of required experience, specific licenses or certifications, and additional education requirements as well as recency of experience and stability of employment.

Do you require drug testing, background checks and physicals?

Greene County may conduct pre-employment drug testing. In most circumstances, applicants must report to the testing site within 24 hours of being made a contingent job offer. All job offers are contingent upon successfully passing the later phase of our pre-employment screening process which may include: a mandatory pre-employment drug test, a criminal background check, pre-employment physical and references. Greene County will conduct a criminal background check on each prospective employee. Applicants must disclose any conviction information on their application materials. Traffic violations are considered convictions as a result; applicants must disclose any traffic violations (speeding tickets, running a stop light, etc) on their application materials. If an applicant does not remember the specific dates, they may obtain a copy of their driving record from the Department of Motor Vehicles where the violation occurred.

What type of benefits does the County offer?

The County currently pays 100% of the medical, dental and life premiums for all full-time employees who are eligible to receive benefits. Greene County offers 2 medical plans with access to both Cox and Mercy. Our basic plan has a $1000 deductible, $30 primary care office co-pay, $50 specialist office co-pay and a prescription drug plan. Dental insurance has 2 preventative free cleanings each year, with a $50.00 deductible applied to basic and major services. It pays 80% of basic dental procedures, 50% of major procedures, with a maximum dental payout of $1,250 per plan year. Orthodontia is covered at 50% with a separate lifetime maximum of $1,250. Basic life insurance is paid by the County for all eligible full-time employees. The life benefit is $15,000 with an additional accidental death benefit of $15,000.

  • 14 paid Holidays for eligible employees
  • Vacation, Sick and Personal leave time
  • LAGERS and CERF retirement plans
  • Deferred Compensation (457) Plans
  • Disability / Voluntary Life / Vision / Flexible Spending Account
  • This is a short list of benefits offered to eligible full-time employees.
How do I file for unemployment?

Greene County is not the contact for this. You will need to call (417) 895-6851 for unemployment services since this is a State benefit, not a County benefit.

Where do I go to get a copy of my Missouri Birth Certificate?

Call the Health Department at (417) 864-1657.

What is the telephone number to get information on WIC services?

WIC (417) 851-1581.

What is the telephone number to get information on Family Services?

Family Services (417) 895-6000

What is the telephone number for Missouri Career Center?

MO Career Center (417) 887-4343.

Greene County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the county will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss possible accommodations.