The Town of Hollywood Park is always interested in accepting resumes for court clerks, finance, administrative assistants, police officers, firefighters, public works maintenance workers and other positions within our municipal government.  If you are interested in working for Hollywood Park please forward your resume and attached Job application; (Click application-employment to download .pdf) “Application-Employment”   to the City Secretary jalamia@hollywoodpark-tx.gov

 

 

We are currently needing to fill the position of Permits Clerk

Permit Clerk Job Description:

-Full Time Position

-Responsible for a wide variety of technical/clerical support in the Permit Department

-Functions requiring specialized knowledge of the permitting process, municipal operations, town policies and procedures

-Responsible for properly processing building, tree, and other miscellaneous permits.

-Liaison for residents of Hollywood Park

-Excellent customer service skills required

Primary Job Functions:

1.Responsible for processing incoming permit applications.   Accurately enter the information on the permit, recording contractor information, collecting and posting permit fees.

2.Be able to refer to the code of ordinances for general guideline questions.

3.Coordinate with Building Inspector all requests for inspections and Building permit inquiries.

4.Maintain records of the Town permits.

5.Answer phone calls and route all other city calls to the appropriate department.

  1. Must have effective communication skills, be able to handle multiple projects, follow general directions, and work under pressure to meet deadlines.

7.Assisting with other clerical support duties, as required.

Bilingual, Spanish a plus.

 

 

 

Current Benefits:

 

Medical and Life Insurance

The Town of Hollywood Park provides group hospitalization and medical insurance coverage as well as life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment insurance for regular full-time employees. Premiums for employees are paid for by the City. An eligible employee may add medical/hospitalization coverage for his or her spouse and dependents at the employee’s expense. Effective Date of Coverage – New Employee. An employee must satisfy a 30-day waiting period before he/she is eligible for coverage.

 

Retirement

The City is a member of the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS). Membership in the retirement system is mandatory for all regular full-time employees (defined by TMRS as an employee who works in excess of 1,000 hours per year). Both employee and the City contribute to the employee’s retirement account. Employees who leave City employment prior to retirement will, after filing a request with TMRS, be refunded their portion of the retirement account plus interest earned on their portion. Town of Hollywood Park employees are vested in the TMRS system after 5 years of service. Retirement benefits are determined by a formula that involves age at the time of retirement and the amount deposited in the employee’s account. Each new employee receives a brochure about the City’s specific retirement coverage and options under TMRS at the time of employment.

 

Longevity

All regular full-time employees are provided a monthly increment of $10.00 for each year of continuous employment completed, in addition to his/her regular salary. The longevity pay benefit will begin the first of the month following the first anniversary date of full time (6-18-13) employment. In computing actual continuous service, time spent on authorized leaves of absence without pay will not be included.

 

Vacation

All regular, full-time employees of the City are entitled to take accrued vacation earned after completion of their 6 (six) month probationary period. Vacation is accrued on a bi weekly basis. Employees will not be paid in lieu of taking vacation leave. Sick Leave cannot be used for vacation purposes when vacation leave is exhausted. (12/17/91) Vacation leave will accumulate but not be granted during probationary period. Temporary and part-time employees do not earn vacation leave.

 

Sick Leave

Regular full-time employees are entitled to paid sick leave benefits from the employee’s date of employment. Sick leave accrues at a rate of eight (8) hours per month (3.69 hours bi-weekly) for regular employees, twelve (12) hours per month (5.54 hours bi-weekly) for Firefighters, and 10 hours per month (4.62 hours bi-weekly) for Police.

 

Personal Business Leave

Each full time employee will earn two (2) days of personal business leave annually at the beginning of each fiscal year. Such leave is limited to a total accumulation of two days and can be taken in conjunction with vacation leave.(9/24/14) Personal leave must be requested at least one (1) day in advance and is subject to supervisor approval. (06/17/03)