The Moultrie – Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department provides the Summer Recreator for the months of May, June, and July. Please click here to view a complete list of all recreational activities for the year including age limits and registration dates.
Over the past 60 days the Moultrie City Council has conducted interviews for the position of city manager, a position left vacant by Mike Scott’s retirement. This has been an intensive search in which the city council has met numerous times and conducted several interview sessions to choose the next Moultrie city manager.
“We interviewed six candidates out of 30 applicants and found this to be a challenging process. From those interviews we chose three as our final list of potential city managers,” says Mayor Bill McIntosh.
One candidate has declined to have his name released to the community; therefore, the council is pleased to announce the names of J.D. Cox and Peter Dillard as our finalists. Cox is currently the city manager of Alliance, Nebraska and Dillard is currently Column Specialist with DSI Columns in Moultrie.
The city council plans to make their final decision on this important position at their June 7th city council meeting. Inquiries may be directed to the Moultrie City Manager’s office.
CNS will be working on required maintenance to upgrade bandwidth for our system reliability. The maintenance will take place Wednesday, June 1 beginning at 12 a.m. ending around 6:00 a.m. All CNS Telephony and Cable Modem customers in Moultrie/Colquitt County will drop offline during this maintenance. Customers could possibly go offline a couple times during this maintenance.
May 19, 2016
This morning, state and local law enforcement and public safety organizations responded to an accident involving a tractor trailer near the intersection of Mike Horne Road in Doerun. The accident shut down both lanes of travel on Hwy 133 and motorists are being redirected to alternate routes. Alternate routes include Mike Horne Road on the north side of the accident site and Funston – Sigsbee Road on the south side. State and local agencies hope to have both lanes back open to traffic as soon as possible.
Position: Director of Human Resources/Risk Management
Department: Human Resources
Salary Range: $46,871 – $68,605
Salary based on Qualification and Experience
General Nature of Work:
Plans, Organizes and directs the overall Human Resources Management functions of the City to include staff recruitment, interviewing, pay and classification plan administration, administration of fringe benefits, employee orientation and administration of City Personnel Policies.
Functions as Safety Director and ADA Coordinator for the City. Investigates accidents and injuries involving City employees and administers appropriate policies. Prepare and manage annual departmental budget with responsibility for Health, Workers Comp., Liability Insurance programs and pension plan administration. Administers the City DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing program.
Training and Experience:
Candidates must hold minimum of a bachelor’s degree with major course work in Public Administration, Social Science, Human Resources or Business Administration with a Master Degree preferred as well as at least 5 years of experience in human resource management or a comparable field. A combination of education and experience will be considered. Must be computer literate with experience in Microsoft Office suite of services.
Work is under the general supervision of the City Manager.
Qualified applicants should submit a complete resume detailing education, work history, relevant experience and qualifications to:
Dale Williams, ACHRM
Director of Human Resources
P.O. Box 3368
Moultrie, Ga. 31776
The City of Moultrie will not consider Applicants for employment that use any form of Tobacco/Nicotine products including use of Electronic Cigarettes.
The City of Moultrie is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Friday’s Coffee with a Cop was a great success. Thank you to everyone who came out to support this effort.
Thank you Mike Scott! You have served The City of Moultrie for 8 great years. We wish you the best in your retirement. You will be missed!
Last week we had a great week celebrating Georgia Cities Week. It began with our Spring Fling Festival followed by Spring Cleanup and E-Cycle. On Thursday downtown hosted 200 2nd graders for our Hometown Heroes day. Seven of our city departments gave demonstrations educating the kids on how important those jobs are to the functioning of our community.
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