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Yes. The City will require a candidate to be drug and alcohol screened, at no cost to them. Depending upon the position, the candidate may also be asked to complete a physical, again, at no cost to the candidate. The candidate will also be required to consent to a background screen.
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It depends. If there are multiple job openings you may use one application if the positions you are applying for are listed on the application. However, the City of Wilmer has separate applications for Fire, Police, and General Staffing so applicants must complete the appropriate application(s). At the close of the application process, which is when an applicant has been placed in a vacant position, all applications are returned to the Human Resources Department for retention purposes only. You must reapply for any future openings of a position. If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources
There is no set timeframe. Applications are reviewed and applicants are referred to the Hiring Manager. Interviews are scheduled and depending upon their success, the Hiring Manager will present a conditional offer of employment. A start date is not decided upon until the results of the background check and required testing are received.
While subject to change and dependent upon the position, the City of Wilmer offers 10 paid holidays, 96 annual hours of accruing sick pay, 80 annual hours of accruing vacation leave, TMRS retirement pay match (7%) for full-time employees, employer paid medical, dental, short and long-term disability and life insurance for Full-time employees.