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April 24, 2014

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Civil Service Board Offers 3 Names
For Open Police Positions

Originally published: 2014-02-13 11:53:56
Last modified: 2014-02-13 11:59:37

The Greeneville Civil Service Board released three names to fill two entry-level positions in the Greeneville Police Department and approved one promotion in the Recorder's Office.

The brief meeting was held Tuesday evening in the recently renovated board room at Greeneville Town Hall.

Board members voted unanimously to release the top three names on the entry-level roster to be considered to fill two available entry-level positions in the police department.

Police Chief Terry Cannon noted that David Crum's promotion to detective captain became official on Monday.

Because of a revamping of the detective division, Cannon said, the department will seek to hire a new detective patrolman instead of a detective lieutenant.

Also approved unanimously with little discussion was a request to promote a cashier clerk in the Recorder's Office to the title of accounting clerk.

Town Recorder Carol Susong said that the promotion will more accurately reflect the job the clerk is currently doing.

The office currently has one cashier clerk and three accounting clerks.

However, due to requirements outlined in the accounting clerk job description, an individual must first serve an introductory period as a cashier clerk, making the current cashier clerk the only eligible candidate for promotion.

Susong said the promotion will not create an opening within the department, but will place all the clerks on the same position-level.

For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

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