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Town Government

Personnel Department

Phone (401) 333-8434
jmcmanus@lincolnri.org

 

Joanne McManus, Personnel Director

 

Mission Statement

To provide the support and staffing needed to serve the residents of the Town of Lincoln. Provide excellent service to our community through knowledgeable employees who treat our residents with courtesy, dignity and respect. Establish a town wide framework of effective and consistent policies. Provide quality training to our employees based on their needs. Facilitate effective communications throughout the Town and safeguard the integrity and confidentiality of all services.

Equal Opportunity

The Town of Lincoln is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered solely on the basis of their qualifications as required for the positions they seek, and no discrimination is exercised because of their political or religious opinions or affiliations, or because of their race, creed, color, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or marital status.

Human Resources Responsibility

The Personnel Department is mainly responsible for recruitment and selection, benefits compensation, employee relations, positive labor relations and contract negotiations, workers' compensation and risk management, health insurance and pension benefits, employee development and organization, health, safety and wellness programs, personnel systems management, and the maintenance and security of all personnel records.

The Personnel Department is also responsible for the advertising and hiring of new employees when job opportunities become available. The advertisements can be viewed in local newspapers as well as the Providence Journal and this website. Openings will be posted on this page when they are available.

Any questions or concerns, please email me at jmcmanus@lincolnri.org


Forms For Applicants:

Forms For Employees:

Policies For Employees:


Frequently Asked Questions

What newspapers does the Town use when advertising available positions?
Are jobs posted on the web site?
What is meant by an “Internal Posting” of a Town position?
Once the ad appears in one of the two newspapers typically used, what recruitment process does the Town follow?
Can I send my résumé by e-mail?
How can I get an application?

Q: What newspapers does the Town use when advertising available positions?
A: The Town of Lincoln advertises available jobs in The Valley Breeze newspaper and frequently advertises in the Providence Journal paper.  In essence, it can be either-or, depending on the type of position available. Good advice is to always check both newspapers when looking for new employment.   

Q: Are jobs posted on the web site?
A: Yes, if you check the top of the right column of this page, any openings will be listed.

Q: What is meant by an “Internal Posting” of a Town position?
A: An Internal Posting means that only union employees who presently work for the Town may apply for the position. After the posting time has ended, a help-wanted ad is placed in the newspaper and any individual may apply for the position.  This process is part of the union contract agreement.  

Q: Once the ad appears in one of the two newspapers typically used, what recruitment process does the Town follow?  
A: The Town uses following process:

  1. Each ad has an open and close date, which is typically 7-10 days in duration.  This means that an individual has a week to ten days to mail in her/his résumé and cover letter.

  2. Once the ad closes, the list of all applying candidates is reviewed by the Town Administrator, Personnel Director, and Director of the Department that has the vacancy.

  3. The responsibility of the above committee is to review the credentials of all applications and decide on the number of individuals who will be asked in for an interview.  These candidates are notified and a mutually convenient interview time is arranged.

  4. Once the interviews are complete, the committee selects the best-qualified candidate(s) for the position.

  5. Once all references are checked and a police background investigation has been done, plus any testing that may be necessary, the selected candidate is officially offered the position.  All other applicants are notified by a regret/thank you letter.

Q: Can I send my résumé by e-mail?
A: Yes.  You may e-mail your résumé to jmcmanus@lincolnri.org.Please include the word "resume" and the position that you are applying for in the subject of the email.

Résumés may be mailed to:

Director of Personnel
Lincoln Town Hall
100 Old River Road
Lincoln, Rhode Island  02865

Q: How can I get an application?
A: Applications are available at the Office of the Personnel Director in Town Hall during regular businesses hours.  You may also download an application in PDF format from the column on the right of this page.

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The information on this page is updated by the Personnel Department.  If you have any questions or comments, please call or use the appropriate Contact Us section.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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