Human Resources

Staff

Employment Opportunities

Randy Patterson
Director of Human Resources
(704) 734-4601


101 West Gold St
Kings Mountain, NC 28086

Welcome to the Kings Mountain Human Resources site. By serving the needs of the public, City employees have a great impact on the community. Offering more than basic services, they help maintain the City of Kings Mountains’ high quality of life.


Human Resources Staff

Randy Patterson - Director of HR
704-734-4601
randy.patterson@cityofkm.com

Teresa Patterson - HR Administrative Assistant
704-734-4496
teresap@cityofkm.com


 

Application for Employment

Employment Opportunities:
ONLY APPLICATIONS FOR POSTED POSITIONS ARE ACCEPTED. 
RESUMES ARE ONLY ACCEPTED WITH A COMPLETED APPLICATION.
 
Applications are NOT kept on file
A NEW Application MUST accompany each job for which you are applying
 
Fax application to 704-730-2107;  mail to City of Kings Mountain, Attn: HR, PO Box 429, Kings Mountain, NC 28086.
 

CITY OF KINGS MOUNTAIN

 

JOB TITLE:   BUILDING INSPECTOR III

Supervisor:    Chief Building Inspector

              

GENERAL DEFINITION & CONDITIONS OF WORK

 

Performs inspections in all four trades, building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical. .  Must possess probationary or standard certification III in four trades from the NC Department of Insurance.  Shall continue the intensive training program in order to act as Chief Building Inspector.

 

TYPICAL DAILY TASKS

 

  • Reviews Building Plans and issues Permits within their area of Certification
  • Performs Building Inspections to insure compliance with NC Building Code, within their area of Certification.
  • Approves Final Inspections, issues Certificates of Compliance and Certificates of Occupancy with their area of Certification.
  • Issues stop work orders for non-complying projects.
  • Answers questions from private citizens, contractors and others regarding enforcement of North Carolina Building Codes and the City of Kings Mountain Ordinances.
  • Performs minimum housing inspections and completes report for hearing.
  • Testifies in hearing in regards to the minimum housing report.
  • Performs the task of enforcing the City of Kings Mountainís Junked Car Ordinance.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant with their duties should the need arise.
  • Keeps records of trips and inspections performed and any follow ups that may be required.
  • Assist in training Inspector Trainees.
  • Performs other related tasks as needed.

 

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

 

Possession of Standard Level III Certification in all four trades; Building, Plumbing, Electrical, and Mechanical.  An intermediate knowledge of the processes of construction and the construction industry, as well as knowledge of construction terms and materials.  The ability to read and interpret building plans and specifications in order to perform inspections.  The ability to read and interpret building codes in order to perform inspections and answer questions from the general public.  Must be able to work and communicate well with all types of people and maintain an appropriate level of professional behavior with the public as well as with co-workers.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

This is sometimes physical work requiring the basic life operation functions of stooping, bending, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, climbing, lifting, grasping, fingering, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.  Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50lbs of force occasionally, and/or up to 20lbs of force frequently, and/up to 10lbs of force constantly to lift or move objects.  Must possess the visual acuity to operate mechanic tools and equipment, read work orders, and operate a motor vehicle safely.  Must be able to express and exchange ideas verbally and written, and must convey information accurately.

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

 

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by course work in a variety of inspection specialties and considerable experience in mechanical and electrical plan review and inspections.  Data Center inspection experience a plus.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Must  possess and maintain a valid NC drivers license. Must be familiar with common computer functions and terms.  Possession of a minimum of Level III Probationary North Carolina Inspection Certification in all four trade areas ( building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical)with the ability to obtained standard certification within one year .

 

SALARY STEP AND GRADE: 21

Range: $40,263 - $59,770

Admin Asst / Transportation Coordinator / Receptionist
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT I

(Transportation Coordinator/Receptionist)

 

General Statement of Duties

 

     Performs a variety of public contact, secretarial, and clerical duties in support of an organizational unit of the city.

 

Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

     (1) An employee in this class performs a variety of public contact, secretarial, and clerical duties.  Work includes word processing, data entry, filing, serving as receptionist, relaying information, or records maintenance work.  The employee is expected to have a general understanding of the work unit and its services to respond to inquiries and perform the daily functions; be able to refer non-routine questions or situations to others.  Specific oral and/or written instructions are available to apply to most work situations.  (2) Work is evaluated through observation, conferences, and the quality and effectiveness of work completed.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

 

    

    Answers the Center switchboard and handles routine calls in regard to Center activities, services and programs; transfers calls to the appropriate person when more in-depth information is needed; takes accurate messages when needed.

     Greets every person that comes in the Center serving as a positive first impression to the public; communicates with the public to determine the reason for their visit; assists and encourages clients to use the MySeniorCenter kiosk to sign in for our activities, programs, and services; directs vendors and repair persons to sign-in on log sheets.

     Inputs information into an automated system such as a word processing program or financial system.

     Receives, records, schedules, and assigns transportation service requests according to Title III standards; monitors transportation routes to ensure conformance to scheduling for individuals and groups and initiates corrective action as appropriate; ensures that drivers complete daily route reports; obtains pertinent information from transportation contractor for reports; maintains transportation service records, prepares monthly computer transportation reports in the ARMS system. 

     Serves as the liaison for public and city department rentals or use of the facilities; receives, receipts, and accounts for center rental fees; maintains rental schedules, and contracts; handles all correspondence with renters and relays information to the building caretaker.

     Assists participants with appointments and schedules, faxes, copies and lamination.

     Maintains client registration forms, participation policies, and client release forms. 

 

 

Essential Duties and Tasks (continued)

 

     Serves as Back-up for the Gift Shop Clerk in any or all of the job duties.

     Reviews and verifies records and reports to ensure that information is provided and correct such as time sheets, activity rolls, and other lists. 

     Compiles information using standardized forms or specific instructions.

     Types letters, reports, and other materials.

     Proofreads materials for typographical or spelling errors.

     Answers requests for information, usually from visitors, customers, or the general public who use the Cityís services.

     Creates records by posting general program activity on established forms, files and other record keeping devices.

     Drives bus or car as needed for excursions or to run errands.

     Generates reports from the automated systems used. 

     Places materials and records in alphabetical or numerical order for proper filing into the appropriate record keeping system.

 

Additional Job Duties

 

     Performs related duties as required and as directed by the Aging Program Director.

     Backs up other clerical or departmental support personnel, as needed.

    

 

Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities

 

     Working knowledge of office practices and procedures.

     Working knowledge of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.

     Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

     Ability to quickly learn the ARMS software used for recording transportation units, the MySeniorCenter software and other software as needed.

     Ability to communicate effectively in person, by telephone and in writing.

     Ability to multitask; deal with frequent interruptions, and meet deadlines.

     Ability to be tactful and courteous. 

     Ability to follow oral and written instruction and procedures.

     Ability to operate or quickly learn to operate any office machines required by the position such as typewriter, calculator, computer, fax machine, copier, or other equipment.

     Ability to type or input data with accuracy at the speed required by the particular program or position utilizing the services of this role.

     Ability to learn and apply filing and coding systems and to arrange and place records, reports, and files into a proper sequence.

     Ability to compile information from data processed or records kept.

   

Page 3 Transportation Coordinator/Receptionist

 

Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities (continued)

 

     Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general public and other employees.

  

Physical Requirements

    

     Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of fingering talking, hearing and repetitive motions.

     Must be able to perform sedentary work exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.

     Must possess the visual acuity to prepare figures and data, operate a computer, proof work, and do extensive reading.

 

Desirable Education and Experience

 

     Graduation from high school and ample secretarial or clerical experience involving public contact and computer use; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.       Possession of a valid North Carolina driverís license.

 

Special Note

 

This generic class description gives an overview of the job class, its essential job functions, and recommended job requirements.  However, for each individual position assigned to this class, there is available a completed job questionnaire with a physical abilities checklist that can give further details about that one specific position.  Those documents should be reviewed before initiating a selection process.  They can provide additional detailed information on which to base various personnel actions and can assist management in making legal and defensive personnel decisions.

 

 Starting Salary: 23,093.00/yr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

City of Kings Mountain

Aging Department

June 2014

Building Inspector III

CITY OF KINGS MOUNTAIN

 

JOB TITLE:   BUILDING INSPECTOR III

Supervisor:    Chief Building Inspector

              

GENERAL DEFINITION & CONDITIONS OF WORK

 

Performs inspections in all four trades, building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical. .  Must possess probationary or standard certification III in four trades from the NC Department of Insurance.  Shall continue the intensive training program in order to act as Chief Building Inspector.

 

TYPICAL DAILY TASKS

 

  • Reviews Building Plans and issues Permits within their area of Certification
  • Performs Building Inspections to insure compliance with NC Building Code, within their area of Certification.
  • Approves Final Inspections, issues Certificates of Compliance and Certificates of Occupancy with their area of Certification.
  • Issues stop work orders for non-complying projects.
  • Answers questions from private citizens, contractors and others regarding enforcement of North Carolina Building Codes and the City of Kings Mountain Ordinances.
  • Performs minimum housing inspections and completes report for hearing.
  • Testifies in hearing in regards to the minimum housing report.
  • Performs the task of enforcing the City of Kings Mountainís Junked Car Ordinance.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant with their duties should the need arise.
  • Keeps records of trips and inspections performed and any follow ups that may be required.
  • Assist in training Inspector Trainees.
  • Performs other related tasks as needed.

 

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

 

Possession of Standard Level III Certification in all four trades; Building, Plumbing, Electrical, and Mechanical.  An intermediate knowledge of the processes of construction and the construction industry, as well as knowledge of construction terms and materials.  The ability to read and interpret building plans and specifications in order to perform inspections.  The ability to read and interpret building codes in order to perform inspections and answer questions from the general public.  Must be able to work and communicate well with all types of people and maintain an appropriate level of professional behavior with the public as well as with co-workers.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

This is sometimes physical work requiring the basic life operation functions of stooping, bending, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, climbing, lifting, grasping, fingering, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.  Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50lbs of force occasionally, and/or up to 20lbs of force frequently, and/up to 10lbs of force constantly to lift or move objects.  Must possess the visual acuity to operate mechanic tools and equipment, read work orders, and operate a motor vehicle safely.  Must be able to express and exchange ideas verbally and written, and must convey information accurately.

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

 

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by course work in a variety of inspection specialties and considerable experience in mechanical and electrical plan review and inspections.  Data Center inspection experience a plus.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Must  possess and maintain a valid NC drivers license. Must be familiar with common computer functions and terms.  Possession of a minimum of Level III Probationary North Carolina Inspection Certification in all four trade areas ( building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical)with the ability to obtained standard certification within one year .

 

SALARY STEP AND GRADE: 21

Range: $40,263 - $59,770

PART TIME --- Telecommunicator

TELECOMMUNICATOR

Part Time

 

General Statement of Duties

 

Performs responsible clerical and public safety work dispatching emergency calls and assisting the public.

 

Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

An employee in this class receives incoming routine and emergency public safety calls, dispatches proper personnel for assistance, and maintains contact with public safety units.  Employees also utilize computer-aided dispatch to receive and dispatch calls, and enter disposition of calls, maintain a variety of manual logs, and assist the public with various information.  Work involves frequent public contact which requires tact, firmness and decisiveness in obtaining necessary information from people who are under extreme stress.  Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and state and federal law, supplemented with specific directions from sworn personnel.  Work is performed under general supervision and is evaluated through observation, discussion and feedback from officers in the field.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

Receives routine and emergency telephone calls and personal requests for assistance on multiple lines concerning crimes, fires, public utilities, or general information; obtains needed information concerning nature of problem; dispatches police calls; pages after hours utilities staff; transfers other emergency and non-emergency calls to proper location.

Performs customer service work for the Police Department assisting visitors with information, procedures, obtaining accident reports and other needs.

Operates emergency equipment to maintain contact with public safety personnel; dispatches staff to answer requests for assistance and emergency incidents; receives and transmits information and messages; tracks police and fire staff for safety and location.

Operates Division of Criminal Information (DCI) terminal to send and receive messages and research information regarding criminal histories, vehicle identification, and crimes.

Maintains an in-house computer database and communications logs and reports including the nature of calls, actions taken and the times involved; maintains a variety of manual logs of information regarding fuel, vehicle usage, community service, citation books, animal control activities, lost and found, etc..

Provides information to the public over the telephone and in person concerning a variety of city services; provide copies of accident and other appropriate reports to the public.

Updates CAD records with new addresses, businesses, and other information.

Type records, reports and otherwise assist other departmental staff; maintain a variety of records, logs, data, etc.; perform data entry to update data files.

 

Additional Job Duties

Performs related duties as required.

  

Recruitment And Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Considerable knowledge of the operation of a police communications system and related Federal Communications Commission regulations.

Considerable knowledge of the geographic layout of the city, and the location of streets, important buildings, and other landmarks. 

Considerable knowledge of proper incident and related report completion and data entry.

Working knowledge of the functions, practices and procedures of the Police Department, Fire Department, and other services dispatched.

Working knowledge of office technology and the application of technology to dispatch and records.

Knowledge of grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.

Considerable skill in customer service and public contact.

Skill in collaborative conflict resolution.

Ability to accurately receive and clearly transmit radio communications.

Ability to assess people and situations, to apply sound judgment, to remain calm under stressful conditions and to elicit sufficient and essential information for dispatching and assisting field personnel.

Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with departmental staff and the public.

Ability to follow oral and written instructions.

Ability to perform data entry at the proper speed and accuracy.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of stooping, reaching, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking and hearing.

Must be able to perform sedentary work exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally; and a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to move objects.

Must possess the visual acuity to operate computer equipment, and to maintain and review manual written records.

 

Desirable Education and Experience

Graduation from high school and some related communications, dispatching or reception work experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirement

Certification or the ability to obtain certification by the State of North Carolina as a DCI Operator within three months of appointment to this classification.

 

Starting Rate:  $11.05/hr.

Police Officer

 

 

                                                          General Statement of Duties

 

Performs general duty law enforcement work to protect life and property in the City.

 

                                                    Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

An employee in this class performs a full range of general law enforcement duties.  Work includes patrolling the City during an assigned shift in a police car or on foot; preventing, detecting and investigating disturbances and crime; performing traffic control work; apprehending suspects; and executing related assignments.  Employees must exercise judgment, initiative and calm control when performing duties; more difficult problems are normally carried out under the direction of or in conjunction with a Police Sergeant assigned to the same shift.  Work involves frequent public contact which requires tact, firmness and decisiveness.  Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and state and federal law, supplemented with specific directions from superior officers.  Employees are subject to hazards associated with law enforcement work including working in both inside and outside environments, in extreme hot and cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as dangerous persons, loud noises, and hazardous spills with fumes, oils, gases, or flammable liquids.  Work is subject to the final OSHA standards on blood borne pathogens.  Work is performed under regular  supervision and is evaluated through observation, monitoring radio traffic, discussion, and review of reports for adherence to laws, department procedures, and proper judgment.

 

                                                           Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

Patrols streets in a police car, on bicycle or on foot; checks doors and windows; examines premises of unoccupied residences or buildings; detects unusual conditions, may maintain surveillance and observation for stolen cars, missing persons, or suspects; report dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, or other hazardous conditions.

Responds to calls for assistance, complaints, suspicious activity, domestic disputes, loud and disruptive behavior; completes calls by determining true nature of the situation and taking whatever legal or persuasive action is warranted.

Investigates traffic accidents; issues traffic citation; directs traffic and participates in other emergency operation activities; conducts special traffic checkpoints to enforce seatbelt, alcohol, speed, or other laws; operates radar and intoxilyzer equipment.

Performs investigations of accidents or possible crimes through observation, questioning witnesses, and gathering physical evidence; performs investigative tasks, arrests and processes criminal suspects; presents findings in court.

Issues citations for violation of traffic regulations, serves warrants; apprehends and processes criminal suspects and transports to magistrate and/or County detention facilities.

Regulates and directs vehicular traffic at busy times at local schools and when traffic signal malfunctions or accidents require.

Operates a two-way radio to receive instructions and information from or to report information to police headquarters; maintains vehicle, weapons and other equipment in standards working order.

Prepares records and reports of activities.

Advises the public on laws and local ordinances; serves papers as needed.

Assists stranded motorists; gives information and directions to visitors and the general public.

May serve on special traffic squad.

 

Additional Job Duties

Performs other related duties as required.


                                                  Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Considerable knowledge of state and federal laws, local ordinances and policies of the police department, especially relating to search and seizure, traffic control, pursuit, and arrest.

Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, practices, methods and equipment.

Some knowledge of scientific crime detection and criminal identification methods and procedures.

Some knowledge of the application of information technology to law enforcement work.

Skill in the use of firearms and other police equipment and in the application of self-defense tactics.

Skill in collaborative conflict resolution.

Ability to act with sound judgment in routine and emergency situations.

Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.

Ability to present effective court testimony.

Ability to prepare clear and concise activity reports.

Ability to build and maintain cooperative and effective public relations with the citizens.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, and other public officials.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of standing, walking, hearing, kneeling, reaching, feeling, grasping, pushing, pulling, bending, climbing, crawling, fingering, and performing repetitive motions.

Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pound of force occasionally; 20 pounds frequently; and 10 pounds constantly.

Must possess the visual acuity to operate a police vehicle and distinguish details and differences when observing people, places, or things on patrol.           

 

Desirable Experience and Education

Graduation from high school and completion of basic law enforcement training; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements

Before assignment to sworn duties, employees must possess a valid North Carolina driver's license and have completed at least the minimum requirements established by the North Carolina Justice Training and Standards Commission for certified law enforcement officers. 

 

 

Special Note:  This generic class description gives an overview of the job class, its essential job functions, and recommended job requirements.  However, for each individual position assigned to this class, there is available a completed job questionnaire with a physical abilities checklist which can give further details about that one specific position.  Those documents should be reviewed before initiating a selection process.  They can provide additional detailed information on which to base various personnel actions and can assist management in making legal and defensible personnel decisions.

 

Salary Range:  $26,853 -$38,891

POLICE OFFICER (Part-Time)

General Statement of Duties

 

Performs general duty law enforcement work to protect life and property in the City.

 

                                                    Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

An employee in this class performs a full range of general law enforcement duties.  Work includes patrolling the City during an assigned shift in a police car or on foot; preventing, detecting and investigating disturbances and crime; performing traffic control work; apprehending suspects; and executing related assignments.  Employees must exercise judgment, initiative and calm control when performing duties; more difficult problems are normally carried out under the direction of or in conjunction with a Police Sergeant assigned to the same shift.  Work involves frequent public contact which requires tact, firmness and decisiveness.  Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and state and federal law, supplemented with specific directions from superior officers.  Employees are subject to hazards associated with law enforcement work including working in both inside and outside environments, in extreme hot and cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as dangerous persons, loud noises, and hazardous spills with fumes, oils, gases, or flammable liquids.  Work is subject to the final OSHA standards on blood borne pathogens.  Work is performed under regular  supervision and is evaluated through observation, monitoring radio traffic, discussion, and review of reports for adherence to laws, department procedures, and proper judgment.

 

                                                           Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

Patrols streets in a police car, on bicycle or on foot; checks doors and windows; examines premises of unoccupied residences or buildings; detects unusual conditions, may maintain surveillance and observation for stolen cars, missing persons, or suspects; report dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, or other hazardous conditions.

Responds to calls for assistance, complaints, suspicious activity, domestic disputes, loud and disruptive behavior; completes calls by determining true nature of the situation and taking whatever legal or persuasive action is warranted.

Investigates traffic accidents; issues traffic citation; directs traffic and participates in other emergency operation activities; conducts special traffic checkpoints to enforce seatbelt, alcohol, speed, or other laws; operates radar and intoxilyzer equipment.

Performs investigations of accidents or possible crimes through observation, questioning witnesses, and gathering physical evidence; performs investigative tasks, arrests and processes criminal suspects; presents findings in court.

Issues citations for violation of traffic regulations, serves warrants; apprehends and processes criminal suspects and transports to magistrate and/or County detention facilities.

Regulates and directs vehicular traffic at busy times at local schools and when traffic signal malfunctions or accidents require.

Operates a two-way radio to receive instructions and information from or to report information to police headquarters; maintains vehicle, weapons and other equipment in standards working order.

Prepares records and reports of activities.

Advises the public on laws and local ordinances; serves papers as needed.

Assists stranded motorists; gives information and directions to visitors and the general public.

May serve on special traffic squad.

 

Additional Job Duties

Performs other related duties as required.


                                                  Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Considerable knowledge of state and federal laws, local ordinances and policies of the police department, especially relating to search and seizure, traffic control, pursuit, and arrest.

Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, practices, methods and equipment.

Some knowledge of scientific crime detection and criminal identification methods and procedures.

Some knowledge of the application of information technology to law enforcement work.

Skill in the use of firearms and other police equipment and in the application of self-defense tactics.

Skill in collaborative conflict resolution.

Ability to act with sound judgment in routine and emergency situations.

Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.

Ability to present effective court testimony.

Ability to prepare clear and concise activity reports.

Ability to build and maintain cooperative and effective public relations with the citizens.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, and other public officials.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of standing, walking, hearing, kneeling, reaching, feeling, grasping, pushing, pulling, bending, climbing, crawling, fingering, and performing repetitive motions.

Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pound of force occasionally; 20 pounds frequently; and 10 pounds constantly.

Must possess the visual acuity to operate a police vehicle and distinguish details and differences when observing people, places, or things on patrol.       

 

Desirable Experience and Education

Graduation from high school and completion of basic law enforcement training; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements

Before assignment to sworn duties, employees must possess a valid North Carolina driver's license and have completed at least the minimum requirements established by the North Carolina Justice Training and Standards Commission for certified law enforcement officers. 

 

Kings Mountain

2006

 

 

Hourly Salary:             $12.23

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER
The City of Kings Mountain is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighters.

 
Please submit an application by either printing out application and mailing to City of Kings Mountain, Human Resources Department, PO Box 429, Kings Mountain, NC 28086 OR apply through your local ESC Office.

 

 

 

 



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