Thank you for your interest in employment with Putnam County.
Below you will find current job openings throughout our various departments.

Putnam County Mayor

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 12, 2022 Navigator Putnam County Mayor APPLY NOW
Job Description

Upper Cumberland Family Justice Center

May 2022

Job Title: Navigator

Essential Functions: The Upper Cumberland Family Justice Center is a grant-funded, public partnership organization that provides comprehensive resources and services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse through a multi-disciplinary team approach.

The UCFJC Navigator will: Greet clients when they arrive at either UCFJC location. Perform initial intake. Explain available services, including legal options for safety issues, i.e.: Orders of Protection, Restraining Orders, Criminal Summons for Harassment, and Criminal Trespassing. If requested, assist client in completing appropriate safety, Victims Compensation, or Benefits forms. Maintain and document client confidentiality and related documents. Connect client to available resources through partner agencies. Distribute and explain the client outcome survey. Follow-up with client as needed. Coordinate with partner agencies to ensure effective service delivery. Reach out to victims of domestic violence as identified by law enforcement to educate them about available services. Maintain UCFJC database with most current information. Communicate professionally with members of the community to create awareness about the mission and services provided by the UCFJC.

This position will be located at the Livingston-Overton County location of the Upper Cumberland Family Justice Center.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree behavioral sciences or 5 years of equivalent work experience; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationship with clients, partner agencies, interns, and volunteers; Strong interpersonal skills; Desire to assist in crisis situations.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience in working with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or elder abuse.

Salary: $35,300

Benefits: Commiserate to full-time benefits of Putnam County employee

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 09, 2022 Full-time Paramedic Emergency Medical Services (EMS) APPLY NOW
Job Description

Guideline:

  1. DEFINITION:
    1. The following job description is in no way an employment agreement or contract.
    2. The Paramedic is a prehospital healthcare provider licensed by the state of Tennessee to perform a broad scope of patient care.  This job is an advanced level of prehospital provider that can staff an ambulance. 
  2. EQUIPMENT/JOB LOCATION:
    1. Paramedic must be capable of utilizing all medical equipment in PCEMS inventory that falls within their state and local approved scope of practice.  This includes equipment for the treatment and transport of the patient.  In addition, the Paramedic must be able to safely drive PCEMS ambulances in accordance with state laws and standards established by PCEMS.
    2. The Paramedic must be capable of using computers and other electronic devices with regularity and skill.
    3. This is not an exhaustive list.
    4. Location for this job is not easily defined.  Jurisdiction falls within the realm of Putnam County, with need for travel to other locations within the State of Tennessee, and occasionally outside the State.  Location may also be in any extreme of weather or terrain found in Tennessee.
  3. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
    1. Treat and care for sick and injured patients in the location in which they are found, within the Paramedic scope of practice.   This includes assisting higher trained EMS personnel or managing patient care if no higher licensed personnel are present, as well as assuming direct patient care and directing patient care.
    2. Transport patients from locations to appropriate facilities, as designated by medical direction.
    3. Communicate with 911 dispatchers, hospitals, patients, families, and other providers professionally and efficiently using written and verbal means, including in person, and via phone, email, and radio.
    4. Appropriate documentation of all patient encounters.
    5. Skill in organizing and coordinating simple and complex teams in patient care situations.
  4. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
    1. Maintain a clean station.
    2. When partnered with a higher level of licensure, follow the direction of the higher-level provider, and assist in patient care unless the treatment is inappropriate, or the patient is endangered.  In this case, notify Administration immediately.
    3. Check the ambulance and equipment at the beginning of each day, and document using the inventory system.  Note and fix any deficiencies
    4. Maintain a clean ambulance, inside and out.  Disinfect regularly and as needed.
    5. Make steps to be ready for the next call quickly once a patient transport is completed.
    6. Assume command in case of disaster until relieved by appropriate personnel.  Then, proceed as set forth in the disaster plan.
    7. Be able to deliver patient care consistent with Paramedic level of training.
    8. Skill in organizing and coordinating simple and complex teams in patient care situations.
    9. Be capable of performing tasks as set forth by Administration and other portions of this manual.
  5. QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:
    1. The Paramedic must be capable of moving the patient and cot over all types of terrain with the assistance of a partner.  The crew must be capable of carrying patients weighing up to 250 pounds, plus the weight of the cot.
    2. The Paramedic must be capable of performing tasks requiring hand-eye coordination such as driving, patient assessment, IV therapy, etc.
    3. Driving:
      1. The Paramedic must be capable of driving and navigating an ambulance safely in all types of weather and lighting conditions.
      2. Must be at least 19 years old.  Must have been driving at least 3 years prior to employment.
      3. Must have a valid Tennessee Class D driver’s license with an F endorsement minimum.
      4. Must have and maintain a safe driving record.
      5. Must successfully complete PCEMS Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.
    4. Licensure and documentation:
      1. Must have a high school diploma or GED.
      2. Must hold and maintain a current Paramedic license or higher level of licensure issued by the State of Tennessee.
      3. Keep a current copy of state EMS license, driver’s license, CPR card, and current CEHs uploaded electronically.
      4. Must immediately report any revocation, suspension, restriction, expirations, or legal action pending against any licensures or certifications pertaining to employment at PCEMS.
    5. Must submit to hepatitis B vaccination or sign a form showing you refused the vaccinations.
    6. Must submit to a physical examination to prove fitness for duty, when requested.
    7. Must pass a pre-employment physical agility test.
    8. Must be initially evaluated and trained under supervision of Trainers.  Training period will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
    9. Convictions resulting in a misdemeanor or felony could possibly result in disqualification for employment.  This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
    10. Required to remain competent on all skills included in Paramedic scope of practice.
    11. Unless written permission is given by the EMS Chief, all part-time employees must work a minimum of 3 full road shifts every quarter.  These may be either 8- or 12-hour shifts.  This will be evaluated quarterly; those who fail to meet this standard will be notified and removed from employment with Putnam County EMS.
  6. RESPONSIBLE TO:
    1. The Paramedic is directly subordinate to the EMS Lieutenant at their station.
  7. POSITION OF AUTHORITY:
    1. The Paramedic is in a position of authority if working with a lower level provider or less experienced Paramedic in regard to EMS patient care. 
  8. OVERTIME STATUS:
    1. The Paramedic is not exempt from overtime. Overtime will be compensated by the standard overtime method.
  9. PAY GRADE:
    1. Pay Grade is 8.
  10. SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITION:
    1. The Paramedic is a safety sensitive position.

 

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 09, 2022 Full-time AEMT Emergency Medical Services (EMS) APPLY NOW
Job Description

Guideline:

1)       DEFINITION:

a)       The following job description is in no way an employment agreement or contract.

b)       The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, hereafter referred to as AEMT, is a prehospital healthcare provider licensed by the state of Tennessee to perform a certain scope of patient care, determined by the State of Tennessee and PCEMS.  This job is an intermediate level of prehospital provider that can staff an ambulance. 

2)       EQUIPMENT:

a)       AEMT must be capable of utilizing all medical equipment in PCEMS inventory that falls within their state and local approved scope of practice.  This includes equipment for the treatment and transport of the patient.  In addition, the AEMT must be able to safely drive PCEMS ambulances in accordance with state laws and standards established by PCEMS.

b)       The AEMT must be capable of using computers and other electronic devices with regularity and skill.

c)       This is not an exhaustive list.

3)       JOB LOCATION:

a)       Location for this job is not easily defined.  Jurisdiction falls within the realm of Putnam County, with need for travel to other locations within the State of Tennessee, and occasionally outside the State.  Location may also be in any extreme of weather or terrain found in Tennessee.

4)       ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

a)       Treat and care for sick and injured patients in the location in which they are found, within the AEMT scope of practice.   This includes assisting higher trained EMS personnel or managing patient care if no higher licensed personnel are present or deemed appropriate by higher trained personnel.

b)       Transport patients from locations to appropriate facilities, as designated by medical direction.

c)       Communicate with 911 dispatchers, hospitals, patients, families, and other providers professionally and efficiently using written and verbal means, including in person, and via phone, email, and radio.

d)       Appropriate documentation of all patient encounters.

5)       ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

a)       Maintain a clean station.

b)       When partnered with a higher level of licensure, follow the direction of the higher-level provider, and assist in patient care unless the treatment is inappropriate, or the patient is endangered.  In this case, notify Administration immediately.

c)       Check the ambulance and equipment at the beginning of each day, and document using the inventory system.  Note and fix any deficiencies

d)       Maintain a clean ambulance, inside and out.  Disinfect regularly and as needed.

e)       Make steps to be ready for the next call quickly once a patient transport is completed.

f)        Assume command in case of disaster until relieved by appropriate personnel.  Then, proceed as set forth in the disaster plan.

g)       Be able to deliver patient care consistent with AEMT level of training.

h)       Skill in organizing and coordinating simple and complex teams in patient care situations.

i)        Be capable of performing tasks as set forth by Administration and other portions of this manual.

6)       QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

a)       The AEMT must be capable of moving the patient and cot over all types of terrain with the assistance of a partner.  The crew must be capable of carrying patients weighing up to 250 pounds, plus the weight of the cot.

b)       The AEMT must be capable of performing tasks requiring hand-eye coordination such as driving, patient assessment, IV therapy, etc.

c)       Driving:

i)        The AEMT must be capable of driving and navigating an ambulance safely in all types of weather and lighting conditions.

ii)      Must be at least 19 years old.  Must have been driving at least 3 years prior to employment.

iii)    Must have a valid Tennessee Class D driver’s license with an F endorsement minimum.

iv)     Must have and maintain a safe driving record.

v)       Must successfully complete PCEMS Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.

d)       Licensure and documentation:

i)        Must have a high school diploma or GED.

ii)      Must hold and maintain a current AEMT license or higher level of licensure issued by the State of Tennessee.

iii)    Keep a current copy of State EMS license, driver’s license, CPR card and current CEHs uploaded electronically.

iv)     Must immediately report any revocation, suspension, restriction, expirations, or legal action pending against any licensures or certifications pertaining to employment at PCEMS.

e)       Must submit to hepatitis B vaccination, provide proof of vaccination, or sign a form showing you refused the vaccinations.

f)        Must submit to a physical examination to prove fitness for duty, when requested.

g)       Must pass a pre-employment physical agility test.

h)       Must be initially evaluated and trained under supervision of Trainers.  Training period will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

i)        Convictions resulting in a misdemeanor or felony could possibly result in disqualification for employment.  This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

j)        Required to remain competent on all skills included in AEMT scope of practice.

k)       Unless written permission is given by the EMS Chief, all part-time employees must work a minimum of 3 full road shifts every quarter.  These may be either 8- or 12-hour shifts.  This will be evaluated quarterly; those who fail to meet this standard will be notified and removed from employment with Putnam County EMS.

7)       RESPONSIBLE TO:

a)       The AEMT is directly subordinate to the EMS Lieutenant at their station. When part of an ambulance crew, they are subordinate to those of higher training, regarding operational or patient care issues.

8)       POSITION OF AUTHORITY:

a)       The AEMT is in a position of authority if working with an EMT-B, or an AEMT and is senior to their partner in regard to an EMS response. 

9)       OVERTIME STATUS:

a)       The AEMT is not exempt from overtime.  Overtime will be compensated by the standard overtime method.

10)   PAY GRADE:

a)       Pay Grade is 6

11)   SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITION:

The AEMT is a safety sensitive position.

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 09, 2022 Full-time EMT-B Emergency Medical Services (EMS) APPLY NOW
Job Description

Guideline:

1)       DEFINITION:

a)       The following job description is in no way an employment agreement or contract.

b)       The Emergency Medical Technician-Basic, hereafter referred to as EMT-B, is a prehospital healthcare provider licensed by the state of Tennessee to perform a limited scope of patient care defined by the State of Tennessee and PCEMS Standing Orders. 

2)       EQUIPMENT:

a)       EMT-B must be capable of utilizing all medical equipment in PCEMS inventory that falls within their state and local approved scope of practice.  This includes equipment for the treatment and transport of the patient.  In addition, the EMT-B must be able to safely drive PCEMS ambulances in accordance with state laws and standards established by PCEMS.

b)       The EMT-B must be capable of using computers and other electronic devices with regularity and skill.

c)       This is not an exhaustive list.

3)       JOB LOCATION:

a)       Location for this job is not easily defined.  Jurisdiction falls within the realm of Putnam County, with need for travel to other locations within the State of Tennessee, and occasionally outside the State.  Location may also be in any extreme of weather or terrain found in Tennessee.

4)       ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

a)       Treat and care for sick and injured patients in the location in which they are found, within the EMT-B scope of practice.  This includes assisting higher trained EMS personnel, as well as managing patient care if higher licensed EMS personnel are not present or deemed appropriate by higher trained personnel.

b)       Transport patients from locations to appropriate facilities, as designated by medical direction.

c)       Communicate with 911 dispatchers, hospitals, patients, families, and other providers professionally and efficiently using written and verbal means, including in person, and via phone, email, and radio.

d)       Appropriate documentation of all patient encounters.

5)       ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

a)       Maintain a clean station.

b)       When partnered with a higher level of licensure, follow the direction of the higher-level provider and assist in patient care unless the treatment is inappropriate, or the patient is endangered.  In this case, notify Administration immediately.

c)       Check the ambulance and equipment at the beginning of each day, and document using the inventory system.  Note and fix any deficiencies

d)       Maintain a clean ambulance, inside and out.  Disinfect regularly and as needed.

e)       Make steps to be ready for the next call quickly once a patient transport is completed.

f)        Assume command in case of disaster until relieved by appropriate personnel.  Then, proceed as set forth in the disaster plan.

g)       Be able to deliver patient care consistent with EMT-B level of training.

h)       Skill in organizing and coordinating simple and complex teams in patient care situations.

i)        Be capable of performing tasks as set forth by Administration and other portions of this manual.

6)       QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

a)       The EMT-B must be capable of moving the patient and cot over all types of terrain with the assistance of a partner.  The crew must be capable of carrying patients weighing up to 250 pounds, plus the weight of the cot.

b)       The EMT-B must be capable of performing tasks requiring hand-eye coordination such as driving, patient assessment, IV therapy, etc.

c)       Driving:

i)        The EMT-B must be capable of driving and navigating an ambulance safely in all types of weather and lighting conditions.

ii)      Must be at least 19 years old.  Must have been driving at least 3 years prior to employment.

iii)    Must have a valid Tennessee Class D driver’s license with an F endorsement minimum.

iv)     Must have and maintain a safe driving record.

v)       Must successfully complete PCEMS Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.

d)       Licensure and documentation:

i)        Must have a high school diploma or GED.

ii)      Must hold and maintain a current EMT-B license or higher level of licensure issued by the State of Tennessee.

iii)    Keep a current copy of State EMS license, driver’s license, CPR card and current CEHs uploaded electronically.

iv)     Must immediately report any revocation, suspension, restriction, expirations, or legal action pending against any licensures or certifications pertaining to employment at PCEMS.

e)       Must submit to hepatitis B vaccination, provide proof of vaccination, or sign a form showing you refused the vaccinations.

f)        Must submit to a physical examination to prove fitness for duty, when requested.

g)       Must pass a pre-employment physical agility test.

h)       Must be initially evaluated and trained under supervision of Trainers.  Training period will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

i)        Convictions resulting in a misdemeanor or felony could possibly result in disqualification for employment.  This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

j)        Required to remain competent on all skills included in EMT-B scope of practice.

k)       Unless written permission is given by the EMS Chief, all part-time employees must work a minimum of 3 full road shifts every quarter.  These may be either 8- or 12-hour shifts.  This will be evaluated quarterly; those who fail to meet this standard will be notified and removed from employment with Putnam County EMS.

7)       RESPONSIBLE TO:

a)       The EMT-B is directly subordinate to the EMS Lieutenant at their station. When part of an ambulance crew, they are subordinate to those of higher training, regarding operational or patient care issues.

8)       POSITION OF AUTHORITY:

a)       The EMT-B would only be in a position of authority if working with another EMT-B and is senior to their partner in regard to an EMS response.

9)       OVERTIME STATUS:

a)       The EMT-B is not exempt from overtime.  Overtime will be compensated by the standard overtime method.

10)   PAY GRADE:

a)       Pay Grade is 6

11)   SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITION:

The EMT-B is a safety sensitive position.

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
June 28, 2017 Part-time EMS Personnel Emergency Medical Services (EMS) APPLY NOW
Job Description

Putnam County EMS always accepts applications for part-time applicants.  Any open full-time positions are hired from our existing pool of part-time employees.  Applicant must be licensed as an EMT-B, AEMT, Paramedic, or Critical Care Paramedic in the state of Tennessee.  Before hire, an applicant must pass an agility test and do 2 observation rides.  We schedule multiple hiring cycles throughout the year.  We actively desire and recruit highly motivated and dependable personnel who are able to adapt to the constantly changing world of prehospital medicine.  If you believe you are up for the challenge, please apply here!

Parks and Recreation

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 09, 2022 Seasonal Parks Maintenance Workers Parks and Recreation APPLY NOW
Job Description

The Putnam County Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for Seasonal Parks Maintenance Workers. Must have a valid driver’s license. High school education or equivalent preferred. Requires good hand/eye coordination and dexterity while using tools and operating tractor, mower, etc. Some lifting of heavy materials; frequent stooping and crouching while mowing and preparing ball fields. Is exposed to extreme weather conditions, noise and dirt and related work as required. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends. 40/hpw @ $11/hr. Position OPEN UNTIL FILLED. Applications/resumes will be accepted until position is filled.

 

Maintenance Department

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 23, 2022 Mechanic Maintenance Department APPLY NOW
Job Description

Mechanic - Vehicle Maintenance 

Salary beginning at $30,650 dependant on education, experience and good references 

Certified ASE auto mechanic preferred 

Must be able to work on multiple makes and models including fire trucks, ambulances, patrol cars etc. 

Solid Waste and Recycling

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 17, 2022 Heavy Equipment Operator Solid Waste and Recycling APPLY NOW
Job Description
Heavy Equipment Operator
 
Full-time Position: $29,650/ year
 
This position consists of, but not limited to, operating heavy equipment in a safe and effective manner in order to minimize the risk of injury, property damage or loss of life. The Heavy Equipment Operator must also clean, maintain and secure all equipment as directed by legislation, policies and procedures. The Heavy Equipment Operator must deal with residents and members of the public in a courteous and respectful manner. The Heavy Equipment Operator must perform daily safety and maintenance checks, lubrication, clean heavy equipment as scheduled and/or required and ensure heavy equipment is safely and securely stored. The Heavy Equipment Operator must always practice workplace safety. The Heavy Equipment Operator must also maintain inventory such as fuel supply and fluids, etc.
 

 

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
February 14, 2022 Site Attendant - Part-time Solid Waste and Recycling APPLY NOW
Job Description

Site Attendant/Alternate Job Description

Position Title: Site Attendant-Non-Exempt

Part-time : $10.25 per hour

Summary of essential Functions of Job

This position consists of, but not limited to, making sure the site and building are clean at all times, directing traffic, making sure all items are disposed of properly, assisting citizens unloading trash and recyclables and calling in reports every afternoon (so the dispatcher can route trucks the next day for collection).

Specific Minimum Requirements:

Good communication skills

Ability to operate equipment for compacting materials

Ability to follow all safety policies and procedures

Ability to deal with the public and co-workers in a courteous and respectful manner

Putnam County, Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the county will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourage both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

POSTED OPPORTUNITY DEPARTMENT  
May 17, 2022 Truck Driver Solid Waste and Recycling APPLY NOW
Job Description

­­­­­­ Putnam County Solid Waste Department

Director – Doug Ashburn                      Assistant Director – Jackie Selby

1846 S. Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN.  38506    Phone: 931-528-3884      Fax: 931-520-3428

Email: dashburn@putnamcountytn.gov

POSITION TITLE: Truck Driver-Non-Exempt    Full-time Salary: $29,750.00 per year

Summary of Essential Functions of Job

This position involves but is not limited to, working with the dispatcher for can pick up at waste sites and County schools and transporting them to the proper location for disposal. Drivers will be responsible for loading, tarping and unloading their truck. Drivers must keep their trucks cleaned and fueled and must perform a daily pre-trip and basic care inspection. Drivers must maintain a weekly log, which is to be turned into the Assistant Director at the end of each week. At times, the driver will be assigned to operate other equipment, including a knuckle boom truck.

Drivers are expected to report any damage or mechanical problem to their supervisor immediately.

Drivers are also responsible for the care of maintenance of the tarps and other equipment on the truck.

Specific Minimum Requirements:

Knowledge of State of Tennessee regulations for maintenance, upkeep and disposal of solid waste

Knowledge of regulations applicable to commercial truck drivers

Ability to operate heavy equipment

Ability to operate tractor trailer trucks

Proficiency in heavy equipment and tractor trailer inspection and maintenance

Ability to read and write

Ability to deal with the public and co-workers in a courteous and respectful manner

Must have a valid Tennessee Driver’s License

Must have a valid Tennessee Commercial Driver’s License

Physical Requirements:

This job is classified as Heavy duty. Lifting up to 125 pounds frequently to shoulder level, and up to 60 pounds frequently overhead. This classification also includes the lesser medium, sedentary and light work classifications.

Constant (5-8 hours per 8 hour shift): sitting twisting, reaching, repetitive motions and climbing

Frequent (3-8 hours per 8 hour shift): standing, walking, bending, lifting, overhead work, loading and unloading

Occasional (1-3 hours per 8 hour shift):

Lifting: Must be able to lift up to 125 pounds frequently to shoulder level and up to 60 pounds frequently overhead

Environment: Requires both indoor and outdoor work in all seasons; frequent exposure to various chemicals

Equipment: Tractor trailer trucks, roll off trucks, knuckle boom truck

This position consists of, but is not limited to, working with the dispatcher for can pick up at waste sites and County schools and transporting them to the proper location for disposal. Drivers will be responsible for loading, tarping and unloading their truck. Drivers must keep their trucks cleaned and fueled and must perform a daily pre-trip and basic care inspection. Drivers must maintain a weekly log, which is to be turned in to the Assistant Director at the end of each week. At times, the driver will be assigned to operate other equipment, including a knuckle boom truck.

Drivers are expected to report any damage or mechanical problem to their supervisor immediately. Drivers are also responsible for the care of maintenance of the tarps and other equipment (including greasing the rails and cables on the truck, as well as rollers on the cans).

Drivers are responsible for loading and unloading the cans on the truck (this is to ensure that the cans are loaded and unloaded properly).

The Truck Driver must demonstrate the following personal attributes:

1 Integrity

2 Be respectful

3 Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity

4 Be flexible

5 Demonstrate sound work ethics and deal with the public and co-workers in a positive, courteous and

respectful manner

6 Communication

7 Judgment

8 Decision making

9 Planning and organization

10 Time management

11 Attention to detail

12 Accuracy

13 Initiative

14 Adaptability

15 Teamwork

This position reports to the Dispatcher and/or Operations Manager

This position is required to carry a telephone when clocked in (which is provided by the department).

By signing this job description, I understand what is expected of my position with Putnam County Solid Waste Department.

Name_____________________________________ Date________________________

Witness___________________________________ Date_______________________

Putnam County, Tennessee is an Equal 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 potential accommodations with the employer.