If you are looking for a job, the latest edition of “The Insider” podcast helps you navigate the City of Murfreesboro job search process with Talent Acquisition Coordinator Aly Dabbs and Employee Services Generalist Fredia Coldwell.
Dabbs and Coldwell discuss everything from the diverse types of professional and skilled labor jobs available to where to find openings. Listeners will also learn how to apply for employment along with the benefits and rewards of working for the City of Murfreesboro.
Learn more about the available jobs with the City on the latest edition of “The Insider” at https://cityofmurfreesborotn.podbean.com/. If you prefer to watch the podcast on YouTube, visit https://youtu.be/sAOtWsVpTUE for the discussion.
- Full-time and part-time jobs are available for twenty different City departments from Public Works positions, groundkeepers, I-T Systems Analyst, to Support Specialist
- Access to information about job openings are available on the City’s website, LinkedIn page, and social media including an instructional video available at the end of the YouTube version of the podcast
- Benefits enjoyed with employment for the City of Murfreesboro including long-term and short-term disability, life insurance, medical, dental, vision plans, 401/457 plans, paid vacation, sick time, paid holidays, wellness programs
- Employee Services is active in employee engagement programs, including health fairs, wellness promotion programs, and career fairs
- The post-application process including types of interviews, reference checks, employment verification, and on-boarding
Visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/murfreesborotn for the latest job postings. If you need more information, contact the Employee Services Department at 615-848-2553.
Michael Nevills produces “The Insider” every month in the studios located in Murfreesboro City Hall. The podcasts are available for listening via Podbean, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Amazon Music Audible and Google Podcasts. Video versions are also available on YouTube and Facebook.
For City News online, visit www.Murfreesborotn.gov.