department of human resources
City of Greenville is committed to the professional and personal development of
its workforce. We offer a variety of training and development opportunities both
through individual departments as well as City-wide. In addition to professional
memberships, workshops, certification programs, and seminars sponsored by each department,
The City of Greenville offers tuition assistance/reimbursement to all regular, full-time
employees who are seeking to continue their personal and professional development.
The courses/classes must be taken outside of normal working hours at an accredited
college, university, junior college, or business/technical institute. On-line courses
are also accepted.
New Employee Orientation (NEO)
is a half day session and is conducted on a monthly basis for new employees
hired in the previous months. NEO introduces new employees to the leadership/management
team, health and wellness, Human Resource policies and procedures, safety and risk
management, and a variety of other City-related topics of interest to new employees.
Collective Risk Management Team (CRMT)
Training is designed to train a group of City employees (selected
by the City Manager) to coordinate the management and resolution of complaints of
wrongdoing that have the potential for creating liability for the City. During a
workshop, the CRMT will be taught the skills, ethics, legal issues, policies, and
process-related awareness to take on such a task. The CRMT is a group of supervisory
and non-supervisory employees who represent a cross-section of racial and gender
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and
Commercial Beginner’s Permit (CBP) Reimbursements: Employees
required to hold a CDL or CBP as part of their job duties are eligible for reimbursement
(or partial reimbursement) for these licenses while employed with the City of Greenville.
Certified copies of MVR receipts are required to obtain reimbursements.
<Performance Evaluation Training
is designed to enhance the City’s supervisory staff’s understanding of performance
management and their legal and practical understanding of conducting effective performance
is available for managers and supervisors who want to enhance their leadership and
management effectiveness. The coaching program is tailored to the needs of each
individual and includes a variety of assessment tools.